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The power input for the NS2 is 12VDC @ 1A. Several friends of mine have theirs wired directly into the boat. See the NS2 Datasheet.

I wouldn't be recommending the product if it couldn't operate on 12 VDC.

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Formal POE wants 48V... but 12V works fine...!!!! current consumption is the big deal then... there are good, generic POE stuff sold on Ebay - if you want to look around... Just to let you know.....

There are some great comments from Sailingdog and OsmundL.

I don't like running WiFi coax. bad idea.... if you can avoid it... POE is such a good, simple solution...

FYI.... I don't run ISPs... But I **DO** design these type of products... :>

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Re: WiFi - Onboard Internet & Networking Your Boat

I am seeking advice about WI FI antennas on the waterways of Europe. Namely: Netherlands, Begium, France, the Med. & south coast of UK.

Thanks for any advice.

Regards, Mandeville
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