LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWITCHES

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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Tue May 31, 2016 9:31 pm

ozmetaldrummer wrote:Ubiquiti Powerbridge M10 ??


Yep. 24V just like all the other airmax M products.

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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Wed Jun 01, 2016 8:51 am

SIAE AlfoPlus 17GHz works at 48VH.
Pulls around 35W at load.

We were powering these with an AirFiber power supply.

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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Mon Jun 06, 2016 1:37 pm

Has anyone tried to power a Cambium PtP820S radio off the Netonix yet?

I know it is a 48V unit, but not sure if there is any need for Pin swaps on one end for it to power correctly.

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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Fri Jun 10, 2016 1:04 pm

What setting are people powering a Ignite MetroLinq with? Included power supply says 24v 1A. Does it use that full 1A? Are you using the 24VH on the Netonix?

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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Sat Jun 11, 2016 1:01 pm

cwachs wrote:What setting are people powering a Ignite MetroLinq with? Included power supply says 24v 1A. Does it use that full 1A? Are you using the 24VH on the Netonix?


Finally found an answer:
MetroLinq
60 GHz - Port power should be set to 24VH (1.5A). Yup we tested it and confirmed no issue powering.

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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Sat Jun 11, 2016 4:19 pm

You can power a Metrolink with 24V .75A but if you have a 24VH port available use it.
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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Fri Jun 17, 2016 1:17 am

i recommend making an edit to: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1178

and say the metrolinq is supported fully on 24VH, and can also be powered on 24v. We have done both and it seems fine. (toughswitch did the 24v, and then got WISPsw and put it on the 24VH)

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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Thu Jun 30, 2016 10:48 am

Has anybody tried:

Ceragon (IP-20c) ??

Radwin (5000 HPMP) ??

Wavion (2400Sect) ??

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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Thu Jun 30, 2016 2:14 pm

Oops...just discovered an earlier post that confirms Ceragon IP-20C "do in fact work with 48VH PoE and consume about 45 watts when fully online."
Thx to sswireless....

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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Thu Jul 14, 2016 11:45 pm

gripper wrote:Has anybody tried:

Ceragon (IP-20c) ??

Radwin (5000 HPMP) ??

Wavion (2400Sect) ??



I have a Wavion/Alvarion N Sector running on the DC WISP Switch. 48VH but you need to run a crossover cable! 1+2>3+6 and vice versa. I haven't run up one of the b/g models yet but will have too soon!

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