Can this power injector be used to power the WAP4410 over Ethernet? I'm currently using it to power a Cisco WAP1131AG that I intend to replace with the WAP4410. The AP1131 is 10/100Mbps (CAT5). I would think the WAP4410 would be 1Gbps to because it suports 802.11n but cannot find where the Ethernet port speed is documented. Think it's the same pinout/unused pins though.
Anyway, I've reviewed the injector's datasheet but it's not clear to me if the power output is a match for the WAP4410's requirements.
You should be fine with just exchanging the wap4410 in place of the ap1131. The maximum power needed for the wap4410 is 10.1 watts and the maximum needed by the ap1131 is 12.2. So you should be just fine.
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