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Power Over Ethernet (Poe) Setup; Using A Poe-Enabled Switch; Using A Poe Power Injector - Cisco VC 220 Administration Manual

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Connecting the Cisco VC 220 Camera
Connecting the Equipment
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STEP 2
VC 220 Dome WDR Day/Night PoE Network Camera Administration Guide

Power over Ethernet (PoE) Setup

There are two options for powering the Cisco VC 220 camera over Ethernet:

Using a PoE-Enabled Switch

Using a PoE Power Injector

Using a PoE-Enabled Switch
The Cisco VC 220 camera is PoE-compliant, which allows it to be powered using a
single Ethernet cable to a PoE-enabled broadband switch. A power adapter is not
required when the camera is connected to a PoE switch.
To connect your Cisco VC 220 camera to a PoE-enabled switch, connect the Cisco
VC 220 camera to the switch using an Ethernet cable.
PoE Switch
Using a PoE Power Injector
If your broadband switch does not support PoE, use a PoE power injector (not
included) to connect the Cisco VC 220 camera to the broadband switch. The PoE
power injector must be must be 802.3af compliant. Follow these steps to connect
your Cisco VC 220 camera to a non-PoE-enabled switch using a PoE power
injector.
Connect the PoE power injector to the Cisco VC 220 camera using an Ethernet
cable.
Connect the broadband switch to the PoE power injector using an Ethernet cable.
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