All indoor Verkada cameras use industry-standard 802.3af PoE. Outdoor camera models require the higher-power 802.3at PoE+ standard for the built-in cold-weather climate heater in temperatures below -20ºC / -4ºF.
Note: The chart below reflects the maximum power draw for a particular camera model within the normal temperature and extended temperature ranges. Cameras will use additional power when the infrared (IR) LEDs are turned on during the night, so please ensure that your switch's PoE budget exceeds the maximum power draw for the sum of all of your cameras and other connected PoE devices.
Extended Temperature Range (802.3at PoE+)
Outdoor Mini Cameras
Indoor Dome Cameras
(CD31, CD41, CD51, & CD61)
Indoor Dome Cameras (CD42, CD52, & CD62)
Outdoor Dome Cameras
(CD31-E, CD41-E, CD51-E, CD61-E, CD42-E, CD52-E, & CD62-E)
Outdoor Fisheye Cameras
(D80 & CF81-E)
(CB51-E, CB61-E, CB51-TE, & CB61-TE)
Indoor Mini Cameras
(D40, CM41, & CM61)
The multisensor requires more power than the camera models:
Extended Temperature Range (802.3bt PoE++)