I am looking to replace a number of access points with Cisco lightweight AP, however these will be deployed in a harsh environment around -25C, and the only AP I can find capable of working at these temperatures is the air-lap1310g. However this appears to require either a nearby 240V source or up to 30M of RG6 with a remote power source.
As the network I am connecting to is made up entirely of Cisco POE switches I was wondering if anyone could offer a solution that would enable POE power of the Access points.
I have seen APs powered from a POE splitter in the past but cannot find a reference to these or the details of a manufacturer.
Any support or advice would be gratefully received.
Thank you for the reply, I suppose what I meant to ask was whether the power injector LR2 can take its power form a POE switch rather than from the power supply AIR-PWRINJ-BLR2=. As it stands I have ordered the 100ft AIR-CAB100DRG6-F and will complete the trial with this, if the trial is sucessful I will need to replace another ten outdated Symbol AP5131 access points with the Cisco ones.