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AIR-PWRINJ30= and MR34

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AIR-PWRINJ30= and MR34

Hello community!

I have Cisco Aironet AIR-PWRINJ30=. Is it safe to use this power injector with MR34 acces point?

I didn't find any documentation for this case, so decided to ask here.

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Re: AIR-PWRINJ30= and MR34

I decided not to use this injector. Point was succesfully connected to new Meraki Power injector

Thanks all for replies

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Re: AIR-PWRINJ30= and MR34

You should be fine. PoE is a universal standard.
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Re: AIR-PWRINJ30= and MR34

Hi there,

 

It looks like that PoE injector is 802.3at capable according to the Cisco website: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/wireless/aironet-antennas-accessories/eos-eol-noti.... The MR34 requires 802.3at PoE+ to fully work, so this one will be fine to use with it.

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Re: AIR-PWRINJ30= and MR34

I decided not to use this injector. Point was succesfully connected to new Meraki Power injector

Thanks all for replies

View solution in original post

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