what PoE injectors do people use for the ePMP3000 if they have no mains available. Most of our base stations operate on 24V DC and the ePMP3000 is the only device we have so far that has no option as far as I can see to either connect DC directly or use a passive gigabit PoE injector. I have looked at the Tycon TP-DCDC-2448GD-HP which has a wide range input and 802.3at output but thats not very cost effective and availablility in the EU is another issue. A mains powered PoE switch is not an option, we require a solution for 24V DC.
Thanks for the suggestion, a switch on site would be overkill in 90% of situations. A PoE solution in the form of an injector would be sufficient or if possible a way to use a passive PoE. I have noticed the original ePMP3000 PSU does provide output DC even if a non 802.3at device is connected, I have not seen that on other 802.3at PoE supplies and from what I have read this is non standard. Because of that I am wondering if a passive Gigabit PoE injector with 48V DC would work.