Belkin Ethernet + Power Adapter with Lightning Connector

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  • Overview

    Belkin’s Ethernet + Power Adapter with Lightning Connector is the perfect solution if you or your business needs a fast, secure and reliable wired Internet connection for your iPhone or iPad. It offers both Power over Ethernet and Lightning ports, so you can connect to a secure network while continuing to charge your iOS device. Power over Ethernet compatibility also provides another convenient way to connect and charge simultaneously with a single cable.

    Supports Power over Ethernet (PoE)

    This adapter works with Power over Ethernet-enabled connections, so when PoE is available there’s no need to plug in a Lightning cable — simply charge through your existing PoE-enabled cable.

    Belkin Connect app updates

    Download the Belkin Connect app to make sure you get any future firmware updates to keep your Ethernet + Power Adapter performing optimally.

    Highlights

    Lightning and Ethernet ports to deliver power and hardwired Internet simultaneously

    Perfect for small and medium-sized businesses

    Secure Ethernet connection

    Support for Power over Ethernet (PoE) up to 12W

    Belkin Connect app delivers future firmware updates for continued optimal performance

    MFi certified

    What’s in the Box

    Belkin Ethernet + Power Adapter with Lightning Connector

    Quick install guide

    Tech Specs

    Connections: Ethernet, Lightning

    Manufacturer Information

    Part number

    Mfr. Part Number: F8J227dsWHT

    UPC or EAN No.: 745883739721

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

  • iPhone Models

    iPad Models

  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      It Works, but...

      I purchased this a couple days ago, anxious to try and see if the connection speed would be better than WiFi (540 Mb/s). On Wired connection, for my normally Et I purchased this a couple days ago, anxious to try and see if the connection speed would be better than WiFi (540 Mb/s). On Wired connection, for my normally Ethernet-connected devices, I get ~940 Mb/s or better. I tried several destinations with the adapter, including ones I verified were getting near Gigabit speeds. The adapter never rose above 28 Mb/s on any download test. I called Belkin and confirmed that the device maximum was only 480 Mb/s which is a far cry from what I was getting and just as far from what I was expecting. Now, if you want a connector that provides power and Ethernet, this WILL do the basic task, but if you need the high-speed ethernet for gaming/streaming/heavy-duty internet work, I would stick with WiFi at this point… Not worth paying $100 for, I am sorry to say. at $29, it would be splendid, so I only give it 2 stars and I am returning it today for a refund...

      • Written by Kirc B from Houston

      54 of 59 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?It Works, but...

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Works but some design flaws.

      Tested with iPhone Max and iPhone X. 1GB pipe from FIOS. Negatives… The cable is too short for an absurdly large dongle! It is completely useless to hold Tested with iPhone Max and iPhone X. 1GB pipe from FIOS. Negatives… The cable is too short for an absurdly large dongle! It is completely useless to hold an iPhone/iPad with this thing hanging underneath it plus the Ethernet cable. Even for kiosk use it is not long enough. Should have been at least 3'. There goes one star off. They should also have made the lightening connector pass more then just charging as it is technically capable of doing, for example, passing audio. Positives… Using SpeedTest I get 122Mbps down and 192Mbps. I have used a couple of other Lightening/Ethernet adapters from other companies and the best attained is 100 up/down. With those adapters my switch connects at 100BaseT. Which is what they advertised. With this Belkin my switch shows Gig connection. Which explains partly the better speed but contradicts Belkin saying it is only 10/100. What's up with that and can a firmware update make it faster?? It does work over POE so that means you don't have to use the Lightening connector to charge if you have a POE switch. Nice! The problem with the other brands is their cable breaks at the Ethernet side in a few weeks of use. Guess that is what you get for 1/3 the price. To counter the short cable I bought a male to female Lightening extension (10 footer) with all 8 pins connected and now I can leave the adapter far away and overall I am satisfied. While it would have been nice to have closer to 500+ Mbps, this is fine for now. I put it in airplane mode and my EMF is almost zero. Apple – please allow calling, Facetime and messaging over Ethernet in IOS 13. You had it in IOS 9 and took it out!

      • Written by Todd M from New York

      38 of 39 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Works but some design flaws.

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      No data over Lightning

      Seems to work well with ethernet but the lightening port provded doesn’t seem to provided data to the iOS device. Worthless to me but if you only need ethernet Seems to work well with ethernet but the lightening port provded doesn’t seem to provided data to the iOS device. Worthless to me but if you only need ethernet or ethernet + power then this will do the job.

      • Written by John M from London

      6 of 23 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?No data over Lightning

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Works but some design flaws.

      Tested with iPhone Max and iPhone X. 1GB pipe from FIOS. Negatives… The cable is too short for an absurdly large dongle! It is completely useless to hold Tested with iPhone Max and iPhone X. 1GB pipe from FIOS. Negatives… The cable is too short for an absurdly large dongle! It is completely useless to hold an iPhone/iPad with this thing hanging underneath it plus the Ethernet cable. Even for kiosk use it is not long enough. Should have been at least 3'. There goes one star off. They should also have made the lightening connector pass more then just charging as it is technically capable of doing, for example, passing audio. Positives… Using SpeedTest I get 122Mbps down and 192Mbps. I have used a couple of other Lightening/Ethernet adapters from other companies and the best attained is 100 up/down. With those adapters my switch connects at 100BaseT. Which is what they advertised. With this Belkin my switch shows Gig connection. Which explains partly the better speed but contradicts Belkin saying it is only 10/100. What's up with that and can a firmware update make it faster?? It does work over POE so that means you don't have to use the Lightening connector to charge if you have a POE switch. Nice! The problem with the other brands is their cable breaks at the Ethernet side in a few weeks of use. Guess that is what you get for 1/3 the price. To counter the short cable I bought a male to female Lightening extension (10 footer) with all 8 pins connected and now I can leave the adapter far away and overall I am satisfied. While it would have been nice to have closer to 500+ Mbps, this is fine for now. I put it in airplane mode and my EMF is almost zero. Apple – please allow calling, Facetime and messaging over Ethernet in IOS 13. You had it in IOS 9 and took it out!

      • Written by Todd M from New York

      38 of 39 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Works but some design flaws.

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      No data over Lightning

      Seems to work well with ethernet but the lightening port provded doesn’t seem to provided data to the iOS device. Worthless to me but if you only need ethernet Seems to work well with ethernet but the lightening port provded doesn’t seem to provided data to the iOS device. Worthless to me but if you only need ethernet or ethernet + power then this will do the job.

      • Written by John M from London

      6 of 23 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?No data over Lightning

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      It Works, but...

      I purchased this a couple days ago, anxious to try and see if the connection speed would be better than WiFi (540 Mb/s). On Wired connection, for my normally Et I purchased this a couple days ago, anxious to try and see if the connection speed would be better than WiFi (540 Mb/s). On Wired connection, for my normally Ethernet-connected devices, I get ~940 Mb/s or better. I tried several destinations with the adapter, including ones I verified were getting near Gigabit speeds. The adapter never rose above 28 Mb/s on any download test. I called Belkin and confirmed that the device maximum was only 480 Mb/s which is a far cry from what I was getting and just as far from what I was expecting. Now, if you want a connector that provides power and Ethernet, this WILL do the basic task, but if you need the high-speed ethernet for gaming/streaming/heavy-duty internet work, I would stick with WiFi at this point… Not worth paying $100 for, I am sorry to say. at $29, it would be splendid, so I only give it 2 stars and I am returning it today for a refund...

      • Written by Kirc B from Houston

      54 of 59 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?It Works, but...