which poe for ds-2cd2343g0-i ?

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  1. ste92

    ste92 Young grasshopper

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    hi a question, i have to install this camera without using nvr i use a 128 gb micro sd.
    which Poe injector should I use?
    is everyone okay?
    I have to do a few meters, maximum 20 meters ..
    Thank you!
     
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    Any IEEE 802.3af compatible device.
     
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    It's all in the standard.

    From the product specs :
    Power Supply:
    12 VDC ± 25%, PoE (802.3af Class3)
    Power Consumption:
    12 VDC, 0.5A, max. 6W
    PoE (802.3af, 37V to 57V), 0.2A to 0.1A, max. 7.5W
     
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    ok i found these guys, which one would you choose:

    - POE-I100GH
    - TL-POE150S
    - XR-48005
    - TL-PoE10R
    - TRENDnet TPE-104GS
    - 10Gtek [2 Pack] Active Poe Splitter Adattatore, 48V to 12V
    - ANVISION Active Gigabit PoE Splitter

    reading the camera data: 12 VDC, 0.5A, max. 6W
    PoE (802.3af, 37V to 57V), 0.2A to 0.1A, max. 7.5W
    I don't know if I have to use a poe that goes from 37V to 57V or is a 12v ok too?
    I am not able to choose it ...
     
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    StewartM Getting the hang of it

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    I can't speak to the reliability of all the ones you listed above other than the Tenda and the TP-Link (TL-POE150S). Either one of those I'd recommend.
     
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    I'll take the tent, don't I burn the camera?
     
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    The power requirements for your camera are:
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    Any PoE injector compatible with the IEEE802.3af Standard will not damage your camera. Both of the above meet that standard.
    Keep the transmission range less than 100M.
     
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    ok i ordered poe Tenda. should I buy an SD memory card, any 128 GB memory?
     
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    StewartM Getting the hang of it

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    Any Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC card up to 128GB should be fine. It's worth checking your camera is not a grey market import first. Check the serial number doesn't have CCCH in it.
     
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    I don't understand, what do you mean as a gray market? and what is the CCCH?
    I bought it from China, but I updated it with official hikvision firmware and everything went well ..