Hi, more a question of clarification than anything. I've just tested a TSW100, it's supposed to be 802.3af/at. It is my (no doubt deficient) understanding that the PoE device has a handshake that qualifies it to receive PoE. i.e. Plug in a passive PoE device and you won't get voltage on the cable? It seems I've popped a diode on a new Ubiquiti NBE-5AC-Gen2 (24V passive) by plugging it into the TSW100.
So, can someone please clarify what's happening here? I can plug the NanoBeam into a different 802.3af switch and not leave it useless, but the TSW100 has killed it due to my negligence.