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260GSP - Will it power Other Devices?

Thu Jun 04, 2020 6:07 pm

I recently purchased a TP LInk eap245 to compare to capac for stability comparisons.
Its a poe capable device as well.

The reason I ask is that the 260GS documentation its states 1Amp out per port. I believe the 260GSP meets only the 802.3af standard (not the at standard).

The TP link states it has power consumption of 12.3W and requires a power supply of
802.3af/at PoE or (48V Passive PoE (+4,5pins; -7,8pins. PoE Adapter Included).

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AF standard - 15.4W at a minimum of 44V DC, where approx 12.95 W will actually be available.

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If the 260GS is only getting 8-30V DC from the wall plug, and it states "The output Voltage will be the
same as input Voltage."

I am not sure if it can supply the TP link with enough juice??
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Re: 260GSP - Will it power Other Devices?

Fri Jun 05, 2020 10:30 am

The RB260GSP is a passive poe device not 802.3 af/at compatible and will not generate 48v from a 11-30 volt input. Therefor we had the replace it with RB960GSP (Hex POE) which needs a seperate 48/57V powersupply to passthrough the af/at compatible voltages since it also cannot generate 48V/57V from the 24V powersupply it gets shipped with... So in otherwords the Hex Poe is compatible with both passive POE or 802.3at/af POE depending on the powersupply.

https://mikrotik.com/product/RB960PGS
 
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Re: 260GSP - Will it power Other Devices?

Fri Jun 05, 2020 10:57 am

The RB260GSP is a passive poe device not 802.3 af/at compatible and will not generate 48v from a 11-30 volt input. Therefor we had the replace it with RB960GSP (Hex POE) which needs a seperate 48/57V powersupply to passthrough the af/at compatible voltages since it also cannot generate 48V/57V from the 24V powersupply it gets shipped with... So in otherwords the Hex Poe is compatible with both passive POE or 802.3at/af POE depending on the powersupply.

https://mikrotik.com/product/RB960PGS
Great. That was the answer I was looking for for the PowerBOX Pro. (hEX PoE in outdoor enclosure?). I understand it will not reduce the voltage e.g. for a "SXTsq ac" if supplied with a higher voltage for the SXT SA5 ac.

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