I agree with your "no". However, what basis are you answering that?
So that the inquireer can better plan what is capable.
48V w/ .35 amp integrated POE, can deliver 20 watts.
48V w/ .8 amp Custom POE (or direct), can deliver 40watts.
And technically the CAT5 cable can handle about 76 PEAK watts with 48V, or 28 peak watts at 18V.
I do not believe the SR2/5/9 cards draw over 5 watts each (maybe SR9 draws more), which would possibly allow the draw to be within range of supplied power.
So the limitation would actually have to be the Mikrotik board itself. Either limited by the Voltage down converter or MPCI slot.
Do you happen to know, where the limiting component is?
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