What input and output voltage rating of POE injector to be used for Omada OC200?

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What input and output voltage rating of POE injector to be used for Omada OC200?
What input and output voltage rating of POE injector to be used for Omada OC200?
2020-02-12 13:57:59 - last edited 2020-02-13 08:20:25

Hi guys, today I purchase Omada OC200 for my business home wifi without knowing it has no poe injector included in the package even it is required to operate in power over ethernet. Now i decided to purchase a poe injector separately but i'm pretty puzzled if what is the recommended input & output voltage & amp rating to be used for Omada OC200.

Hope you can back me up guys. Big thanks!

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Re:What input and output voltage rating of POE injector to be used for Omada OC200?
2020-02-14 13:48:48 - last edited 2020-02-14 13:51:48

@Don_A, OC200 needs a PoE adapter according to IEEE 802.3af PoE if you want to power it through PoE.

 

Those adapters always have a voltage of ~48V and a power rating of max. 15.4 watts (including possible loss on the cable). My OC200 requires ~3.2 to 3.5 watts when idle, so the standard PoE power budget is more than enough. For example, TL-POE150S is suitable for powering an OC200. You can see its specifications (which apply to any other 802.3af PoE adapter, too) on the product website.

 

As for the input voltage: this depends on your country; it can be 110V (eg. U.S.) or 230V (eg. EU).

Nowadays, most switching power supplies support auto-sensing and can be used for 100 to 240 volts.

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