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Michael
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February 12, 2015 - 5:58 pm
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Is it possible for POE to power the 12V IR on my IP camera as well as the camera itself? Or do i need to either run new wire or install an outlet by each camera?

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Hi Mike,

Im not sure what you mean by powering the IR on your camera, are you referring to an IR iluminator? 
If not the IP cameras [Domes/Bullets] that we have in our lineup are PoE and have IR LED’s, these cameras can be powered by PoE or a 12VDC Source. One power source is enough to run the camera as well as its IR LED’s. 

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That’s the answer I was looking for. Just making sure that the POE can power both the camera and the IR illuminator.

thanks, mikehub

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Jose is referring the IRs of the camera not the IR illuminated. An IR illuminator should be powered with its own power supply and not the Poe.

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