Getting the hang of it
- Dec 11, 2019
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Is this POE injector:
On the other it states it's a passive injector.Y-Axis Wall Plug PoE Injector Power Over Ethernet Supply 802.3af 48V 24W 0.5A for Security IP Camera
POE Type: Passive POE ( Pins 4,5 V+, Pins 7,8 V-)
From the price - it's probably passive.Input 100-240VDC, Output: 48V 24W passive PoE Output
Isn't passive POE 24V out?The item description is contradictory.
On the one hand it states :
On the other it states it's a passive injector.
From the price - it's probably passive.
I would not buy it.
Ridiculous indeed.From the sublime to the ridiculous
I have power supplies a-plenty. But if this device could plug into a standard ethernet hub to deliver POE to a camera it would be useful.Ridiculous indeed.
It's passive, and no power supply.
So it's just some wiring.
Maybe several?48v power supplies?
It can certainly deliver power to a camera.
Yes, sort of. Bought one on 01-31-20 for $95 at Amazon. I see the price is now $120. Wow, that's a big jump. Might drop back down if you wait a bit. You never know.Anyone use this ??
ZyXEL GS1900 Series 8-Port GbE Smart Managed PoE Switch
I think I am going to go with Cisco WS-C3750x-24P-SIs there a Cisco POE switch that could be recommended for Blue Iris?
It gets really confusing with all the specs and numerous product numbers.
yes...netgear make one....i forgot the model.@giomania
Is there a PoE switch which doesn't rely on a power supply and can simply be powered off another PoE switch, provided sufficient wattage is available? Would probably serve as a great fail-safe measure if included power supply ever looses function.