Hey everyone, I have a query in relation to PoE injector powering a Hikvision CCTV Camera. For some background - Have a camera at the front of the house and during the build the security installer broke the ethernet cable to it. They reterminated the cable so that pins 4/5 were not operational which is fine for PoE Mode A but but now Mode B. This caused no problems until I had enough of the old CCTV system they installed and put a Hikvision one in, Hikvision NVR + Cameras seem to talk solely on PoE Mode B, which utilises Pins 4/5. Hence that camera is not receiving any power and is dead to the world. To run a new cable is a monster job (100m run , under slabs/roofs its a mess) will have to do an external run if I do, however before that. I wanted to try something. Knowing that the cable was re-terminated and the pins all check out. The Hikvision Cameras will apparently auto negotiate the power based on what its connecting too. I'm now pondering the idea of trying to find a PoE Injector that will work on Mode A. With the hopes of connecting the PoE Injector running Mode A between the camera and the Hikvision NVR. I'm hoping (unsure if anyone has tried this) that as long as I disable PoE on the port that the camera is connecting too on the NVR that *IF* powering it via this method works, the camera would show up on the NVR and start working once again. Has anyone by chance possibly done anything similar ? My other concern then is attempting to try source a PoE Injector that will work in Mode A as they all seem to default to Mode B. I did find this one - https://shop.duxtel.com.au/product_info.php?cPath=26_41&products_id=517 And jaycar seems to have one but at $60 is a fair wallop on a "maybe / might work" The problem with the duxtel one, theres no power transformer provided with it, which actually brings me full circle to my original query. The cameras work on DC 12v, 5W MAX (pOE (802.3af) The PoE injector from duxtel above for example, supports 12v up to 56v, does anyone know if I get a power plug for this injector and its rated at 24v for example, that the camera will only draw the necessary 12v ? Just not sure how careful with the size power I should get for it. Or if anyone knows of any alternative PoE injectors that might help, i'm all ears. Thanks in advance guys and gals!