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How to Install a PoE Camera Infographic

How to Install a PoE Camera for Perfect Home Security

If you want to know how to install a PoE camera, it’s not as simple as picking a place and bolting your PoE camera to the wall.

Lighting, weather, location, decoys and the purpose of the camera all play a part in the installation. Where you decide to install your PoE camera will either greatly increase your home security, or leave gaps where there shouldn’t be.

If you have invested in

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PoE LED Lighting Installation Checklist Infographic

The Complete Checklist for PoE-Lighting Installations

In our latest infographic, we’re providing a “Quick Start” guide to LED lighting installations.

The LED lighting boom is coming folks, no doubt about it. But remember to be careful! If you’re not prepared for the job ahead of time, you may run into a number of issues.

That’s why we’ve provided you with the complete checklist for poe lighting installations below.

But before

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PoE Smart Building

Why Power over Ethernet will Power the Smart Building of The Future

You know Power over Ethernet as the cabling technology used in information technology that transmits both data and power using a standard Ethernet cable. PoE gives users the ability to deploy powered devices at any location, regardless if electrical outlets are present. It is this characteristic that makes Ethernet

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PoE Standards

How the Unanticipated Evolution of PoE Prevents Market Saturation

Why is Power over Ethernet (PoE) far from reaching market saturation levels?

Power over Ethernet has evolved since its inception in 2002. IEEE has introduced PoE standards with increasingly higher power outputs to account for the evolving use-case scenarios for PoE. But even though the technology has been around for over a decade,

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PoE Compatibility vs Compliant

Compatible vs Compliant PoE Devices—What is the difference?

Compliant PoE devices and compatible PoE devices do not hold up to the same 802.3af/at standard. Misunderstanding the difference between compliant and compatible devices can lead to interoperable connections.

Powered Devices labeled as “compliant” fulfill IEEE’s strict requirements of supporting both Mode A and Mode B power modes. 802.3af/at compatible

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