You are missing the point.By $DEITY, no - much easier than this.
1) You charge the two batteries. At home, I imagine.
2) Take them to where the LHG60 will be used.
3) Connect the adapter between the PoE injector and the batteries terminals.
4) Plug the LHG on the injector. Done.
Using 24V You don't have to worry about the buck converter: voltage will never drop bellow 12V.
You could, even, cut the original power source cable (the black one, that comes with the wall adapter) and use it. But it is wasteful. Just buy a similar connector and make the cable.
Really. It is simple as this.
About the amperes: Watts = Amperes x Volts
7W at 24V = 7 / 24 = 0,291A
Or 291 mAh. You would be hard pressed to find a wire that can't handle this.
That is the easiest part. Buy a male connector, enough wire to do the job, and make the cable. No I'm not joking. It is a simple task - all you need is a small soldering iron and about 15 minutes. The battery side you do the same: buy two connectors, solder them, and presto. Just clip them on the battery.You are missing the point.
#3 is a big black hole mystery, how are you managing this..............
What kind of device are you using to connect between
-female socket on poe injector and battery terminals + and - ????
PS yes two 24v batteries in series should do the trick.
Well, You said one LHG60. That is what I thought about. If we will throw a laptop on the bag, things are different.If it was for me perhaps but this will be used for official uses by sports organizations.
I will be using only certified equipment.
In addition I will be powering a laptop and thus my first link to a converter with two ac outlets is appealing.
I also came across a dual batter to two female cigarette lighter sockets and various cigarette male plugs connected to male dc plug options.
However then the draw may be more signficant at least not until the fully charged laptop needs juice.
(maybe 3x24volt batteries in series)??
Oh, this is absolutely great! Take care with the voltage. The LHG will be fine - as it accepts up to 57V - but the inverter will have to work at 48V too.Much thanks Paternot!
The issue is noise. If I can provide a noiseless solution that is a bit more inconvenient regarding transport etc, it may be worth it.
I will just use one of these cheap babies.
https://www.powertechsystems.eu/home/pr ... owerbrick/
Hi villageworker, does that mean I can ignore the need for a male plug adapter altogether and simply plug an ethernet cableIf you need an 'official solution' go with Netonix DC switch. Will increase your power budget though.
Yes. A typical use case for me is to have 24v CPE and a PoE camera at a remote location. The output voltages can be selected 24/48 vdc.Hi villageworker, does that mean I can ignore the need for a male plug adapter altogether and simply plug an ethernet cable
from the dc switch into the antenna/cpe? If I still needed laptop power for example, how would I go about that from outputs available on the switch?
Something like this should be part of the kit.. Tripp Lite APS750 Inverter / Charger 750W 12V DC to 120V AC 20A 5-15R 2 Outlet. https://amzn.to/2Etd24qSure thing, if I get there, lots of research to do first before forging ahead.
If I had 3-12v batteries in series I could attach both the DC switch and an AC converter for the laptop.
The laptop has its own battery which should be able to run for some time before needing the backup juice.