PoE switch for use with Ubiquiti UAP-PRO access points

Have a client with 30 wireless laptop users. Want to install 3 Ubiquiti UAP-PRO access points to cover their small building. They already have a D-Link DGS-1100-24P (24 port PoE switch).

Simple question (I think):

Will the D-Link power the UAP-PRO APs properly?

Whether yes or no, please EXPLAIN your answer (ie, simple yes or no answer is worthless). Hopefully someone out there has used this (or a similar) switch to power Ubiquiti APs.
Sal SoricePresidentAsked:
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TemodyPickalbatros, IT ManagerCommented:
The short answer is yes
But you must check power compatibility first for the unifi AP
As I know the unifi AP Poe injector is 24v and 1amp

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Kash2nd Line EngineerCommented:
you need to check the wattage/amperage on the power adapter.
In my personal experience, i have used it a couple of times and it has worked without a hitch so yes.
Sal SoricePresidentAuthor Commented:
Thanks to you both. I'll try using their PoE ports but can always fall back on the included PoE injectors that the UAP-PRO comes with.
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