Feature Request - turn off poe based on voltage and time

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Feature Request - turn off poe based on voltage and time

Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:11 am

Hi,

Apologies if this not the proper place to post this request.
It is great to have such a good switch that can turn off the PoE at specific voltage and times - is it possible to provide an option that first checks if the voltage is below a predefined value and then consider the shutdown timers. This is required in the event that you have a solar site with 2 days no sunlight and the banks are getting low, to give the ability to start turning off ports based on time when it hits that lower voltage levels as a first measure.

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Re: Feature Request - turn off poe based on voltage and time

Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:25 am

This is already supported. :ak:

With the SMART DC switches (WS-8-150-DC - WS-12-250-DC - WS-26-500-DC)

LOOK ON THE POWER TAB

On all switches you can turn off and on POE based on time condition also on the Power TAB.

viewtopic.php?f=17&t=3415&p=22421&hilit=+power+voltage#p22421


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Re: Feature Request - turn off poe based on voltage and time

Mon Feb 26, 2018 8:57 pm

Hi,

Yes, but when we fill in the time condition - it always takes effect regardless of the voltage. We would like a toggle that makes it able to first check the voltage and then take into consideration the time ranges.

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