Please be careful when using PoE injectors other than those recommended by Cambium.
For 450b, please see this thread for the proper power pinout:
For 450i, you can safely use any 802.3at power injector (Netonix is capable of this). The product requires ~17-18W of power, so ensure that it’s 802.3at (and not only 802.3af).
For 450m, the radio requires ~80W of power. I am unsure of the power specifications of the Netonix device… but you need to ensure there is adequate power being provide. It’s the same pinout as 802.3at, but with a very high wattage requirement.
I guess my question is a little more direct as I had a look at the datasheets and they weren’t very helpful which what pins are what.
For example, when I look at the AF5XHD radio from Ubiquiti it says ""24V 1A Passive Power over Ethernet Pins 1, 2, 4, 5 (+) and Pins 7, 8, 3, 6 (-) “” Therefore I can determine that Netonix 24VH will work just fine - 24v 4 pair
So, I take it that I can use a Mikrotik HAP AC3 poe out (eth4) which is POE over 4,5+ and 7,8- at 24V to power this 450b high gain and mid gain?
Netonix has the ability to send 24V, 24VH, 48V and 48VH. Since I would be powering the 450i with a Netonix switch, which of these settings should I use for Cambium radios?
If I send power over all 4 pairs will I fry the 450i radio?
Is the 450i using the standard pinout that (for example) Ubiquiti style uses?
Gotcha. The 48VH that comes out of Netonix just means that it sends power over all 4 pairs (8pins) versus the 48V that sends over just 2 pairs. I have destroyed radios in the past by sending 4pair poe to them instead of 2pair…which is the reason I ask. We are 100% about this? I would hate to destroy a $3500 radio