Whether the AR router used as the AC supports PoE power supply for APs

PoE technology is used on the wired Ethernet and is most widely used on LANs. PoE allows power to be transmitted to terminals through data transmission lines or idle lines.This technology provides power over a 10Base-T, 100Base-TX, or 1000Base-T Ethernet network, spanning a distance of up to 100 m. PoE can be used to effectively provide centralized power for terminals such as IP phones, Access Points (APs), chargers of portable devices, POS machines, cameras, and data collection devices. Whether the AR can supply power to APs depends on whether the AR supports the PoE function, but does not depend on whether the AR functions as an AC. AR series routers that support PoE are as follows:
Device models: AR207V-P, AR201VW-P; supported interfaces: Ethernet0/0/0 to Ethernet0/0/7
Device models: AR151W-P; supported interfaces: Ethernet0/0/0 to Ethernet0/0/4
Device models: AR1220V, AR1220W, and AR1220VW; supported interfaces: Ethernet0/0/4 to Ethernet0/0/7
All GE electrical interfaces on the 4ES2GP-S card support the PoE function. However, you need to install the 100W AC PoE power module on the device to enable the PoE function.

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