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What are the PoE specifications for the AP62?



What are the Power over Ethernet (PoE) specifications for the Datto Networking AP62 Wireless Access Point?


  • Datto Networking AP62 Access Point


  • Ethernet 1: 802.3af/at (PoE/PoE+)
  • Ethernet 2: Passive 18-24V⎓1.34-1A (Mode A, B, A+B)


  • Max draw is 18.2W.
  • Typical peak draw under normal operation is 14W.

PoE Misplug Tests:

  PoE (passive) switch voltage on passive/active POE port
PoE Port 24V 48V
Datto access points function within the power requirements of the 802.3 specification; 802.3at is recommended. See the Additional Resources section of this article for more information.

Additional Resources

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