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Topic # 236369 30-May-2018 09:27
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Purchased from ComputerLounge in Jan 2017, includes box/accessories (inlcuding PoE injector).

 

$110 + shipping or pickup/drop-off Chch.


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  Reply # 2025739 30-May-2018 16:15
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Is this the newer version with a blue sticker on the front, saying it supports standard PoE?

 

Annoying timing, I've just bought another one - and don't think I need yet another...!


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  Reply # 2025742 30-May-2018 16:22
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I am keen, but would like to know more about what @phrozenpenguin was saying.

I have an existing Unifi install but been having problems with it lately.


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  Reply # 2025850 30-May-2018 19:09
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I had a look and can't find the outer sleeve of the box which I think is where the sticker would be? I was running it off an Edgerouter X SFP via Passive POE if that helps.


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  Reply # 2025947 30-May-2018 21:18
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OK thanks. I don't need another one so feel free to sell to others.

 

I use them an an Edgerouter X SFP as well and they work great. I made sure to get the ones with the blue sticker incase I move to a standards based PoE switch in the future. Unifi didn't change the model number or any other identifying feature, when they enabled support for both passive and active PoE, which is a bit odd!


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  Reply # 2025948 30-May-2018 21:19
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I'll take it for $110, I'll PM you- thanks


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  Reply # 2025958 30-May-2018 21:40
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Sold thanks.


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