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We've had our ENS202EXT for over two years, broadcasting two wifi SSIDs across nearly an acre of backyard, and it has performed flawlessly.  Now we're adding some PoE security cameras in the surrounding area and I'd LIKE to think that this Engenius wifi unit, (configured as an AP) can be similarly powered by the Engenius PoE switch that we've installed specifically for these IP cameras.  But I have a 'sneaking hunch' that if this ENS202EXT unit actually has what I read as a 'proprietary' PoE adapter, this might not be possible from this Engenius 24-port PoE switch, if it IS truly 'proprietary'... or am I wrong?  Is the ENS202EXT PoE injector so 'proprietary' that it cannot be powered by the new Engenius PoE switch?  Must I 'stick with' the PoE injector it came with?

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The ENS202EXT is powered by a 24V proprietary PoE so it cannot be powered by 802.3af/at PoE injectors or switches unless an EPD4824 PoE converter is used.

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