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Hi, this is my first post here. My company is a manufacturing environment which has utilized old analog PTZ cameras for the last 20 years. We are in the process of replacing all of these cameras with AXIS Q6155-E PoE PTZ Cameras. I have a lot of experience using AXIS cameras and in particular, AXIS PTZ cameras, but I'm trying to find a switch where I can power all cameras without the need for an injector for each camera. AXIS PTZ cameras will not turn all the way on when connected to a 30W poe injector or a switch with PoE+. 60W per port is a must, but it has been nearly impossible for me to find a switch which provides 60w per port for multiple cameras (approximately 6 to 10 per switch). For the most part we have used Cisco and Netgear Prosafe switches for PoE requirements. 

The best I have found for a replacement switch that says it supports this 60W requirement is this:



My question is does anybody have experience with this brand or this kind of setup? Any suggestions at all on how to improve this setup?


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Hi. PowerDsine or microsemi       (same company)


but on a ptz system of that size .... I would say break it down to a 2 or a 4 

going 10 and any issues and you loose all 10 cameras

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