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Powering RB951G-2Hnd Using POE-IN

Mon Jul 02, 2018 9:36 am

Hey Guys,
Recently had a customer trying to power RB951G-2Ghnd using POE from a Dlink DGS-1008P which is a POE switch with 802.3af/at but the unit could not power at all ..
has any one had this issue..:)
 
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Re: Powering RB951G-2Hnd Using POE-IN

Mon Jul 02, 2018 9:55 am

dlink switch supports 802.3af PoE (48 volt)

rb951G supports passive PoE (8-30volt)
 
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Re: Powering RB951G-2Hnd Using POE-IN

Mon Jul 02, 2018 2:35 pm

Hey not According to their product sheet,
Power Over Ethernet (PoE)
The first four ports of the switch support the IEEE 802.3af PoE and 802.3at PoE+
standards. Each of these four ports can supply up to 30 W for a total PoE budget
of 68 W, allowing users to attach multiple IEEE 802.3af/at compliant devices to the
switch. Use PoE for applications that are far from power outlets, or to minimize the
clutter of extra cables. When an end-device is not PoE-compatible, the D-Link
DPE-301GS PoE Splitter may be used to split DC power from the data signal at the
end device.



See:
http://content.us.dlink.com/wp-content/ ... _EN_US.pdf
 
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Re: Powering RB951G-2Hnd Using POE-IN

Mon Jul 02, 2018 2:42 pm

Chechito already gave a clear answer, the DLINK can't power a Passive PoE device, since it needs 9-30V, not higher.
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