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Jayson

@cogentco.com

Airfiber compatible DC injector

Anyone know where to source a passive or DC input POE injector that will power the airfiber? I have fiber and DC to the roof of a datacenter and I need to get these things in the air.



jlester

join:2005-02-07
N. Calif.

»beyond-wifi.com/poe/



Jayson

@swbell.net

I don't see any gigabit POE injectors on that page.



John Galt
Forward, March
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reply to Jayson

What does UBNT provide?


prairiesky

join:2008-12-08
canada
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sounds like his problem is that he has DC and not AC. The ubnt's probably only have an AC in.



John Galt
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said by prairiesky:

sounds like his problem is that he has DC and not AC. The ubnt's probably only have an AC in.

I have a saw and a hammer.

There may not be an issue with regard to the speed rating from a regular POE. Once its converted to DC by the pack, then what?

That is the question...show me the guts!
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Jayson

@cogentco.com

The problem is that it has to be powered over data pairs. I picked up a couple of Mikrotik RB/GPOE injectors today at the recommendation of the UBNT forum. I will test them in a bit.


LLigetfa

join:2006-05-15
Fort Frances, ON
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reply to John Galt

said by John Galt:

There may not be an issue with regard to the speed rating from a regular POE.

A regular passive POE injector breaks out the power pairs so they cannot back-feed and subsequently cannot pass data.


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John Galt
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said by Jayson :

The problem is that it has to be powered over data pairs. I picked up a couple of Mikrotik RB/GPOE injectors today at the recommendation of the UBNT forum. I will test them in a bit.

This is useful information. Not too many people have seen these devices so you're on the cutting edge...


John Galt
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reply to LLigetfa

said by LLigetfa:

A regular passive POE injector breaks out the power pairs so they cannot back-feed and subsequently cannot pass data.

I know how -these- work...

Did I mention I have a hammer and saw...??

soportec
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join:2006-01-06
reply to Jayson

TyconPower sells some dcdc Poes in 48Volt range with gigabit capacity