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See Connectivity Diagram Below:

7210 Connectivity.jpg 

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"To understand your drawing...the Ethernet Switch supplies Data & 48VDC to ethernet cable; while the splitter separates out Data and 48VDC, then reduces 48VDC down to 12VDC...so splitter is not "passive" but includes a DC-DC converter...correct??"

Your understanding is 100% correct. You need to have active components to compensate for the impedance of the Cat5/6 cable at different lengths up to 300ft.

There are additional considerations for choosing the POE injector/Switch/splitter:

1. Power required by the Device (10W, 12W, 15W, 24W, 60W) etch

2. Can the POE switch drive the power on each port at maximum capacity?

3. DC Voltage required

4. DC connector.

Please advise the kind of device you are trying to connect, or call the IPCam-Cetral Support number (855)464-7226 ext 100

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Interesting, so the "active" splitter supplies chosen voltage, even if 48VDC drops over long cable length?

Initial device is the IPCC-7210W Version 1, but want to understand better for camera network expansion. To answer your "additional considerations" list then:
1. Power required by the Device (10W, 12W, 15W, 24W, 60W) etch
10Watts (version 2 anyway, assuming Version 1 the same
2. Can the POE switch drive the power on each port at maximum capacity?
TPLink TL-SG108PE-15.4Watt/port

3. DC Voltage required:
12VDC

4. DC connector.
5.5mm x 2.1mm DC Barrel connector

Am I on target so far?

After reading wikipedia, I see for 100Base T ethernet (the IPCC-7210W) may use a different mode than the up-to 1000Base T switch, quoting wikipedia
"Two modes, A and B, are available. Mode A delivers power on the data pairs of 100BASE-TX or 10BASE-T. Mode B delivers power on the spare pairs. PoE can also be used on 1000BASE-T Ethernet, in which case there are no spare pairs and all power is delivered using the phantom technique."
Is this another consideration I have to watch?  Or do active splitters and PoE Switches negotiate such modes??

Thanks!
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links for certified POE accessories supporting the IPCC cameras:

 
POE Injector: Will support all models of IPCC-7210W, IPCC-9610V2, and IPCC-4010

https://www.ipcam-central.com/24W-POE-Active-Injector-Power-Supply-p/ipcc-7296-poe-i-ps.htm

POE Managed Switch:Will support all models of IPCC-7210W, IPCC-9610V2, and IPCC-4010
To be used in case of need to support multiple POE Camera connections. It replaces up to Qty 8 Injectors.

https://www.ipcam-central.com/category-s/275.htm 

POE Splitter:

For IPCC-7210W

https://www.ipcam-central.com/12-W-POE-Active-Splitter-p/ipcc-7210-poe-s.htm

For IPCC-7210W V2 and V3 

https://www.ipcam-central.com/10-W-POE-Active-Splitter-p/ipcc-7210v2-poe-s.htm













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