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HelloI’m planning to build a system with a Trackmix, 2 RLC-811A, a video doorbell, and a floodlight, all connected with PoE to the NVR. Will the PoE budget be enough or should I consider injectors or PoE switch ?thanks
Any information on the maximum PoE power the RLN16 can provide ?
@seb_526812765704330 According to its specs, it provides 25W per port and this is more than adequate to power up the entities you have stated above. It also supports both IEEE 802.3 af/at interfaces. From your list only floodlight has 'at' interface. Max power consumed by those cam < 12W while the floodlight consumes < 25W.
@joseph-chircop_497308027822318 thank you, yes it should be ok for my setup.But surely, there's an overall limit to the "25W per port" as I don't believe it will would be able to provide 16x25=400W of power should everything be maxed out. I assume the overall power budget is somewhere around 100W (it's more for curiosity here, in case I have to extend the setup one day)
@seb_526812765704330 They are all rated at 25W but you won't use all of them at full load.
Here are some suggestions l think you might need: https://www.reddit.com/r/reolinkcam/comments/uvgw9l/reasons_to_run_cameras_through_a_poe_switch/
@ginny Thank you, very interesting.I came up to similar conclusions while doing my own setup. I ended up adding a PoE switch to connect all cameras and the NVR, which links back to my main router on a dedicated VLAN.Definitely noticed some firmware features are more advanced on the cameras directly rather than through NVR
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