Need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam before it connects to CPE510.

Need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam before it connects to CPE510.
Need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam before it connects to CPE510.
2019-05-16 16:02:33 - last edited 2019-05-17 03:00:33
Model: CPE510
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: current

We have multiple CPE510 (v2) working fine powered via passive POE included with the CPE510.  Now we need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam per CPE510.

 

Can this be accomplished with a POE splitter?

 

Do we need to replace the CPE510 Passive POE injector? 

 

Thanks,

CEL

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Re:Need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam before it connects to CPE510.
2019-05-17 06:06:30

CEL wrote

We have multiple CPE510 (v2) working fine powered via passive POE included with the CPE510.  Now we need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam per CPE510.

 

Can this be accomplished with a POE splitter?

 

Do we need to replace the CPE510 Passive POE injector? 

 

Thanks,

CEL

 

Hi CEL:

   

    The Adapter of CPE510 is based on Passive POE(24V),how to transfer 24v to 5V if he do not use other device?

    Passive POE is differnet from standard poe also, Do you have one Passive POE spiltter?

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Re:Re:Need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam before it connects to CPE510.
2019-05-17 16:58:44
thanks for your input. I understand I need a POE splitter. The question is which one, as all the ones I've seen are for 48 volt input.
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Re:Re:Re:Need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam before it connects to CPE510.
2019-05-21 07:32:05

TL-POE10R supports 5V/2A output, but it is 802.3af. Just use TL-POE150S+TL-POE10R. You can also use TL-POE200 package. In fact, TL-POE200 uses passive poe 48V, so you can try to find some other vendor poe-splitter (like TL-POE200B), which will support 48V input.

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Re:Need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam before it connects to CPE510.
2019-06-13 09:27:52

CEL wrote

We have multiple CPE510 (v2) working fine powered via passive POE included with the CPE510.  Now we need to tap into POE cable to pull 5V 2A for one WiFi webcam per CPE510.

 

Can this be accomplished with a POE splitter?

 

Do we need to replace the CPE510 Passive POE injector? 

 

Thanks,

CEL

POE200 uses passive poe 48V, so you can try to find some other vendor poe-splitter (like TL-POE200B), which will support 48V input.

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