I am going to use this passive PoE injector cable set to power a Raspberry Pi model B.
The Raspberry Pi model B consumes between 700mA-1000mA (mine will also be powering the RPi Camera Module). Using this cable set, I plan to power the Raspberry Pi and provide Ethernet data at the same time. My questions are:
For a 60 meter CAT5 cable, how much DC voltage should I supply to account for voltage drop and still meet the needs of the Raspberry Pi?
For a 60 meter CAT5 cable, and let's say a 6V DC power supply - the above passive injector cable will split the current between pins 7 and 8 (meaning each of the two 24 AWG wires will carry between 350mA-500mA). Does this breach the zone of how much current the CAT5 cable can safely carry? I don't want to start an electrical fire.