non-PoE switch powered by PoE-splitter

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non-PoE switch powered by PoE-splitter
non-PoE switch powered by PoE-splitter
2022-08-14 20:18:07
Model: TL-SG1005P  
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Hi guys.

 

Since last week I´ve used a SG1005P to power my three Raspberry Pi4.

Because of using four Pi Zero around my house I decided to use PoE and save power supplies.

But I also want to save the power supply for the switch.

I´ve bought a 1008PE for my rack and mount the 1005P outside for powering my Zero´s.

I´ve tried to power the 1005P with a splitter and the network cable coming from the 1008PE, but I wasn´t able to power on the switch.

Maybe I misunderstand the way how PoE works, but in this case the switch 1008PE uses endspan and a voltage of 51,7 volts. I´ve measure it with a tester.

But why I cannot power on the 1005P with a splitter ?

 

Thanks in advance, Thorsten

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Re:non-PoE switch powered by PoE-splitter
2022-08-16 11:47:18

  @Thor_Sten 

 

You may have some misunderstanding, as far as I know the 1005P can power PD devices but cannot be powered by POE as a PD device.

There is a switch you may wish to look into:

https://www.tp-link.com/en/business-networking/accessory/tl-rp108ge/

Just striving to develop myself while helping others.
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Re:non-PoE switch powered by PoE-splitter
2022-08-17 12:20:42

  @Virgo 

Maybe you have misunderstood.

I want to power the 1005P with a Splitter and this is not working.

TP-Link is using endspan, but when I´m splitting the power the switch is not working.

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