the product manual indicates 9.2W w/o a heater and 12W with a heater. i've connected the cameras to a 3750-48ps that i had in my spare inventory and they seem to be working on that switch. the issue now is, i don't have 3750's to replace all of the 3550's that i'm using to power these cameras.
it's a non-cisco camera, so CDP isn't going to help me.
i figured out the issue. the vendor installing the cameras pinched and damaged the cable when they installed the housing of the camera. i had to re-crimp a new RJ 45 on the cable and all was good. thanks for your responses.
This document gives several answers on frequently asked questions for PFRv3 channel state behavior.
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