Powering MR33 with Ubiquity Power Injector model GP-A240-050

SOLVED
luizkazan
Conversationalist

Powering MR33 with Ubiquity Power Injector model GP-A240-050

Hi Team,

Can I use a Ubiquity Power Injector model GP-A240-050 to energize a MR33?

 

Power Injector Ubiquity.png

Luiz Kazan
luiz.kazan@embratel.com.br
+55 (11) 99102-2701
1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions
MerakiDave
Meraki Employee

Re: Powering MR33 with Ubiquity Power Injector model GP-A240-050

Correct, stick with any 802.3at-compliant injector, preferably with a Meraki or Cisco SKU, but the key thing is that it's 3af or 3at compliant (depending on the model of AP, af power could be sufficient).  The 802.3at injector Meraki SKUs are MA-INJ-4-XX and MA-INJ-5-XX where XX = US, EU, UK or AU and the "4" is the "regular" gigabit injector and the "5" is the multi-gigabit injector.

View solution in original post

2 REPLIES 2
jdsilva
Kind of a big deal

Re: Powering MR33 with Ubiquity Power Injector model GP-A240-050

Nope. Those UBNT PoE adapters output a passive 24V "PoE", not IEEE standard 802.3af or 802.3at.

MerakiDave
Meraki Employee

Re: Powering MR33 with Ubiquity Power Injector model GP-A240-050

Correct, stick with any 802.3at-compliant injector, preferably with a Meraki or Cisco SKU, but the key thing is that it's 3af or 3at compliant (depending on the model of AP, af power could be sufficient).  The 802.3at injector Meraki SKUs are MA-INJ-4-XX and MA-INJ-5-XX where XX = US, EU, UK or AU and the "4" is the "regular" gigabit injector and the "5" is the multi-gigabit injector.

View solution in original post

Get notified when there are additional replies to this discussion.
Welcome to the Meraki Community!
To start contributing, simply sign in with your Cisco account. If you don't yet have a Cisco account, you can sign up.