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can we use only UTP cable for structured cable system for IP camera surveillance?

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is it possible to use FTP cable, or only UTP cable for structured cable system prepared for IP camera surveillance with POE? must by used poe midspan or can be used poe switch too?
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by:Don Johnston
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What is FTP cable???

As long as the cable and installation conforms to standards (Cat 3, Cat 5, etc.) then there's no problem using it for cameras and POE.
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sorry...i mean...Shielded cable...STP...is it possible to use this type of cable for structured cable sys. for ip cameras?

and in indoor we can finalize cable on one site in patchpannel a on teh other in outlet, but how we can finalize cable outdoor conditions...f.e. IP camera needs data cable and power cable for outdoor set...
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Yes to all.

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I would talk to a local electrical contractor to find out what the local building codes require when running cables from indoors to out. Conduit requirements, electrical box required, etc?
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