Well, Yes, and it also has a POE-in. Stick the cable into the POE-out of the first Microta in POE-in the second.
Amalia74 answered on March 19th 20 at 08:54
It is possible, subject to unit power PoE hEX.
Pull - all will be well, no.
juvenal_Gaylord answered on March 19th 20 at 08:56
hEX PoE-out --- PoE-in 951 PoE-out ---- PoE-in 951
1 --- 2 -- 3
The power supply only on the first. And how many of them can be put in parallel ?
thad32 answered on March 19th 20 at 08:58
Please note that in case of failure of the PSU in the first microte will collapse the whole network.
And Yes, they eat consistently, but the number you need to calculate on the basis of the power/current issued by the power supply and consumed power/current of each individual node in the circuit. When the threshold value is exceeded, I think, is going to suffer the overall performance (errors, up to disconnection of nodes).