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Networks POE Injectors

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by neocleous, 6 Apr 2016.

  1. neocleous

    neocleous Member

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    Hi all,

    I am going to install some IP cameras and annoyingly they use 24V and not the standard 48V.

    They are supplied with individual POE injector's however I would like one rackmounted injector with a 24V supply to feed the cameras like this one.
    https://www.alza.co.uk/poe-pan12-d254235.htm?kampan=adeupla-uk_medium_produkty_napajeni-pres-sit&country=GB&kampan=adeu_uk-pla_produkty&gclid=CjwKEAjw55K4BRC53L6x9pyDzl4SJAD_21V1TWC2R5RGKu2X8vIDU6nr34J7KhZc37HI4I0BoeM7lxoCLPTw_wcB#recenze

    Does anyone have any experience with these? Any issues or problems?
     
  2. Sp!

    Sp! Well-Known Member

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    I think if they don't use proper IEEE 802.3af (or IEEE 802.3at POE+) Then I think your stuck with the injectors there supplied with.

    Could you not mount all the injectors on a rack shelf and join all the mains cables so you only need to plug them into one socket (or use a PDU or power strip)?
     
  3. neocleous

    neocleous Member

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    I don't think the camera use IEEE 802.3AF, these are the cameras I am going to be using.
    http://www.4gon.co.uk/ubiquiti-unifi-video-camera-3pack-p-6163.html
    If you buy their over priced switch it outouts the 24V required but 24V isn't IEEE 802.3AF.

    I could connect all of the injectors to one plug but this isn't exactly good practice and this is all going in a high comms cab in my shop so I don't fancy risking this even though it will probably be ok.
     

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