The Conduit IP67 doesn't seem to power up

Make sure that the correct type of Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector (power supply) is being used. The Conduit IP67 requires Power over Ethernet @ 37-57 Volts DC from an 802.3at Type 2 injector.

Our documentation states, "Power over Ethernet (PoE) Certification does not apply or extend to voltages outside of standard PoE range. Any PoE voltages beyond 0vdc to 60Vdc have not been evaluated by UL or MULTITECH. Nominal PoE voltage is 48Vdc. The end user supplies the PoE cable. This cable must be suitable for outdoor location. This is an 802.3at Type 2 device. Power input is 25W from standard 802.3at PoE input."

(NOTE: This section only applies to Conduit IP67 models with -266L/-266A or -267L/-267A in the name.)

The Conduit IP67 (model -26xx) with Semtech reference design 1.5 cards (MTAC-LORA-H) can work with PoE supplies rated for 15W. For PoE supplies rated for <25W but >10W, install shunt P7 on JP8 to allow <25W injectors to power up the Conduit IP67 (see image ). A manufacturing change was made to add shunt P7 to products manufactured December 11, 2017, or later.

Further Information
What are the different names and specs for the PoE supplies?
--See and for more details.
--PoE   = Power over Ethernet
--PoE+  = Power over Ethernet Plus
--4PPoE = 4 Pair Power over Ethernet
--PSE   = Power Sourcing Equipment (the power supply)
--PD    = Powered Device (power reading at PD usually lower than at PSE due to losses in cabling)
--> up to 12.95 W @ PD (15.40 W @ PSE):  PoE   - IEEE 802.3af (Category 3 cabling @ 20 ohms) or 802.3at Type 1 (Category 5 cabling @ 12.5 ohms)
--> up to 25.5  W @ PD (30.0  W @ PSE):  PoE+  - IEEE 802.3at Type 2 (as of the 2009 spec NOT allowed to use all 4 pairs for power) (Category 5 cabling @ 12.5 ohms)
--> up to 51    W @ PD (60    W @ PSE):  4PPoE - IEEE 802.3bt Type 3 (Category 5 cabling @ 12.5 ohms)
--> up to 71    W @ PD (100   W @ PSE):  4PPoE - IEEE 802.3bt Type 4 (Category 5 cabling @ 12.5 ohms)