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Hi, I have to connect a camera of the RLK8-800B4 kit to the nvr, but this camera is located at a distance of 140 meters from the nvr. I was wondering if it was possible to use a Power supply between the camera and the nvr? also for technical problems this Power supply I could position it at a distance of 90 meters from the camera (I cannot position it halfway unfortunately) so then to cover the remaining meters from the Power supply to the nvr. The ethernet cable that I am going to use is cat6. It is therefore possible to make this connection without having a loss of marks (since on the characteristics of the cameras it is written that the maximum distance normally covered is 100 meters) using this Power supply TP-Link PoE150S PoE Injector IEEE 802.3af? Thanks for your help!
I believe so. What you need is a Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector, such as this one:https://www.amazon.com/TP-LINK-TL-PoE150S-Injector-Adapter-Compliant/dp/B001PS9E5I/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=poe+injector&qid=1582658774&sr=8-3Of course, I would test it with the 500' of Cat6 cable before physically installing the cable. The PoE injector is not expecting to see PoE on the input side, so the first step is to determine whether you need a PoE splitter (see the diagrams on Amazon). Probably ask TP-Link about that.Good Luck
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