Ethernet Adapters

Connect an iPad to ethernet for use in point-of-sale systems, meeting room scheduling, Zoom Room control,
AV control systems, visitor management kiosks, industrial control systems and more

Gigabit + PoE Adapter

Part#: L6-NETPOE

  • Connects a Lightning iPad to ethernet
  • Uses power over ethernet to charge the iPad
  • Apple “Made for iPad” (MFI) certified

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USB-C Gigabit + PoE Adapter

Part#: C6-NETPOE

  • Connects a USB-C iPad to ethernet
  • Uses power over ethernet to charge the iPad
  • Delivers throughput up to 900 Mbps

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USB-C Gigabit + Power Adapter


  • Connects a USB-C iPad to ethernet
  • Uses a USB-C charger to charge the iPad
  • Delivers throughput up to 750 Mbps

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Ethernet Cable

Part#: L5-NET

  • Easily connect iPhone to ethernet
  • Apple “Made for iPhone” (MFI) certified
  • Data connection only (no charging)

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Redpark Ethernet Adapters in the Workplace

iPads in Meeting Rooms
In today’s open offices meeting rooms serve a critical function. Conference room management systems provide a way to book meeting rooms, show schedules and track daily activity using iPhone and iPad. These meeting room booking systems often employ an iPad meeting room display at the door of the conference room. Inside the conference rooms iPads are ideal as a Zoom Room controller or to control other A/V gear.

iPad Point of Sale (POS)
iPad has had a massive impact on the point of sale (POS) industry. Companies such as Revel, Heartland and Teamwork Retail are solution providers replacing ancient cash registers and POS terminals with modern iPad point of sale systems.

When installing iPads in stores and restaurants it is critical that network communication be fast, secure and reliable. Wi-Fi works in many instances but ethernet is faster, more secure and more reliable.

Using iPad for Visitor Management
COVID led companies to invest in new ways to manage visitors. iPad-based kiosks provide a highly effective approach to record the arrival of visitors, issue badges and provide directions.

Connecting these iPads to ethernet provides a secure network connection and also allows the iPads to be charged using power over ethernet (PoE).