cancel
Showing results for 
Show  only  | Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

tp-link poe injector on a Meraki

Highlighted
Here to help

tp-link poe injector on a Meraki

good morning I have a question about whether it can be used or if it is advisable to use a tp-link poe injector on a Meraki MR 42

6 REPLIES 6
Highlighted
Kind of a big deal

Re: tp-link poe injector on a Meraki

As long as the injector is 802.3at and 1000Base-T compliant you should be fine to use it 🙂

Highlighted
Here to help

Re: tp-link poe injector on a Meraki

Thank you friend for your answer would be 802 .3af or is 802.3at

Getting noticed

Re: tp-link poe injector on a Meraki

You are correct, my mistake. 802.3.
Highlighted
Getting noticed

Re: tp-link poe injector on a Meraki

It depends. Some older tp-link APs used only “passive PoE” which is not compatible with the standard. If the output voltage is 24V, then certainly not.
You should check if the injector supports any POE standard (*802.3af/at).

Highlighted
Here to help

Re: tp-link poe injector on a Meraki

The poe injector  one I have is the 48v will work

Highlighted
A model citizen

Re: tp-link poe injector on a Meraki

To be considered compliant with 802.3af or at, the midspan must deliver between 48 and 57 Volts.

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.