EAP110-Outdoor 300Mbps Wireless N Outdoor Access Point Power

EAP110-Outdoor 300Mbps Wireless N Outdoor Access Point Power
EAP110-Outdoor 300Mbps Wireless N Outdoor Access Point Power
2020-10-26 17:05:48 - last edited 2020-11-03 07:14:12
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Having downloaded the user guide it seems to suggest that this cannot be powered from a POE Switch (Leaflet says only EAP225-Outdoor can be)

 

But having asked the question on Amazon where I purchased it some folk say it can be POE switch powered

 

Can anyone give me a dfinitive answer please??

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2020-10-27 07:22:01 - last edited 2020-11-03 07:14:12

@waulkmill, why not check the auhtoritative specifications for EAP110-Outdoor from TP-Link rather than »some folk's sayings« on Amazon?

 

 

 

Note that passive PoE (24V) is not the same as PoE 802.3af (48V).

You need to use the included adapter or a switch which supports passive PoE.

 

If your switch supports PoE according to 802.3af/at, it is not suitable to power an EAP110-Outdoor.

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2020-10-27 07:22:01 - last edited 2020-11-03 07:14:12

@waulkmill, why not check the auhtoritative specifications for EAP110-Outdoor from TP-Link rather than »some folk's sayings« on Amazon?

 

 

 

Note that passive PoE (24V) is not the same as PoE 802.3af (48V).

You need to use the included adapter or a switch which supports passive PoE.

 

If your switch supports PoE according to 802.3af/at, it is not suitable to power an EAP110-Outdoor.

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