i dont think so
from product data-sheet:
Ethernet ports 2-5 can power other
PoE capable devices with the same voltage as applied to the unit
from product quick guide
Device supports passive or standard 802.3at/af PoE input/output. Ethernet ports 2-5 can power other
PoE capable devices with the same voltage as applied to the unit.
it is clear that this routerboard only bypass the supplied voltage to POE out ports
i think this device suits better for your needs but you must find an outdoor enclosure for it
https://i.mt.lv/routerboard/files/CRS11 ... 082431.pdf
from quick guide
https://i.mt.lv/routerboard/files/15297 ... -8P-wg.pdf
The device has two direct-input power jacks (5.5 mm outside and 2 mm inside, female, pin positive plug).
One DC input supports 48-57 V DC, the other supports 18-28 V DC. Only a 28 V PSU is included. You can use either one,
or both inputs at the same time. This will also affect the PoE output functionality (see below section).
The power consumption of this device itself under maximum load is up to 12 W.
This device can supply PoE powering to external devices from its ethernet ports. The output voltage will be
selected automatically, depending on what kind of adapter is connected, and what kind of voltage the connected
device requires. The device can power 802.3af/at devices, but a 48 V PSU must be acquired separately.
maybe 2 powerbox one for 24 and other for 48volts is other option
another option is finding an poe converter to adapt the different voltage device, this option can fit for your needs and be cheaper