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Spirch
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cAP ac POE out?

Sat Nov 24, 2018 5:52 pm

I just want to confirm ... the cAP ac that I got have came with DC rated for 24v 1.2A which mean about 28.8 watt max, right?

so the cAP ac use for itself 13W (based on https://mikrotik.com/product/cap_ac ) it say also that the maximum is 24W

does it mean that the maximum POE out is 11W ?

I want to plug one ip camera and it seem to be needing;

Power Supply: | 12 VDC ± 25%, PoE (802.3af Class3)
Power Consumption: | 12 VDC ± 25%, 6.2W
PoE(802.3af, class 3), 9W

which seem to fit

can someone else with more knowledge than me confirm that it should work?

also, is my observation correct, max poe out is 11w or is it 28.8 - 13 which is 15.8w out?

this could help me take a m ore "powerful" camera if i have more wattage
 
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Re: cAP ac POE out?

Mon Nov 26, 2018 4:37 am

i'm reading that passive poe could be an issue with ip camera poe, i'm not really interested to get one and having to figure out how to send power to it

if you have one that work, which one it is?
 
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Re: cAP ac POE out?

Sat Dec 08, 2018 9:35 pm

i can confirm that the cAP ac can't power on the camera.
 
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Re: cAP ac POE out?

Sat Dec 08, 2018 9:40 pm

You wrote that camera requires "Power Supply: | 12 VDC ± 25%, PoE (802.3af Class3)". cAP ac product datasheet states that it can provide passive PoE output (not af) so that most likely is the issue here:

https://mikrotik.com/product/cap_ac

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