Since you like Ubiquiti (I love 'em) why not use their "In Wall" WiFi Access Point?
What I like about this solution is that it does exactly what you are looking to do all in one box:
Wifi Access Point
PoE & Data Passthrough port for a VoIP phone, camera, etc.
Standard Data port
The best part is, it goes into a standard wall or surface mount jack for a ...
The GW 2050IP seems to be a great buy. $112 and decreased price for bulk buys.
1080p @ 2.0MP/30FPS (3.0MP/17FPS) — if you're willing to take a blow to FPS, 3-5 megapixels would do a lot of good.
Built for outdoor and indoor use
42Pcs infrared LEDs for illumination (up to 130ft)
Optical zoom of 2.8-12mm — the downside here is that as focal length ...
Use the NVR.
It’s a dedicated piece of equipment that will consume less energy than a windows 10 computer. NVR’s also contain different hard drives that are specifically made for constant writing and over-writing of video (they last longer).
In my house the NVR is tucked away (and cleverly disguised) on a closet shelf. This adds to security as an ...
Since no one else answered I will give the answer, as in the meantime I choose the "Ubiquiti Unifi 16-150W" switch. It has one (maybe even 2) fans, but they only come on at a certain temperature and at startup. I have never heard them running after startup in my case, but I only have 2 PoE devices.
Here is a candidate switch that can be powered entirely over ethernet but I would like to know of more switch options if others would help contribute an answer:
NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Smart Managed Pro Switch (GS108T-300NAS)
Found the hikvision ds-3eo318p-e 240w switch which can do eight 30w ports, but it's expensive. Decided just to plug injectors into the current switch.
I started with my router going to a cheap 8-port 130w poe switch (30w per port max, purchased before the cameras), with a 12w fisheye and two 32w ptz on the switch. Added two more 32w ptz to the switch, ...