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

Fri Jul 15, 2016 9:18 am

George_EOL wrote:
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!


Thanks! These are old b/g sectors--I'll post what I find if I get to them first.

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

Sun Aug 14, 2016 5:51 pm

Anyone using Ubiquiti AC wifi access points on a Netonix? Looks like 48v. Their power supply states:

48v .5A +(4,5)pins -(7,8)pins

Looks pretty standard for 48v, right?

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

Sun Aug 14, 2016 7:33 pm

Yes standard 48V
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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:25 pm

Ubiquiti Unifi? I'm assuming 24V will power the N and AC units just fine, but wondering if anyone else has already tried it.

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

Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:51 pm

Fisher wrote:Ubiquiti Unifi? I'm assuming 24V will power the N and AC units just fine, but wondering if anyone else has already tried it.


If the radio normally uses 24V then 24V but if the radio uses 48V then use 48V (some UNIFI radios use 48V not 24V - I think)

But yes we power ALL UBNT radios just fine.

As far as UBNT radios and 24VH and 48VH

Only the airFIBER 5 and 24 use 48VH

Only the airFIBER X radios can use 24VH but also work with 24V and 48V and 48VH

Never use 24VH with any known radios except AFX and Ignite Metrolink other wise white smoke will ensue but both will work with 24V
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Re: LIST OF POEDEVICES THAT DO AN DO NOT WORK WITH WISP SWIT

Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:29 pm

Fisher wrote:Ubiquiti Unifi? I'm assuming 24V will power the N and AC units just fine, but wondering if anyone else has already tried it.
The gen1 (square) UAP-AC needs 48V. The gen2 (round) UAP-AC-Lite/LR currently uses 24V while the UAP-AC-PRO/EDU uses 48V.

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MIMOSA B11

Sat Aug 27, 2016 4:10 pm

MIMOSA B11 Radio works fine with 48VH or 48V POE but 48VH is preferred.

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

Tue Sep 13, 2016 1:33 pm

Back to Cambium subscriber modules...

The new Force 180 and Force 200 SMs are 1000BT devices. Is anyone powering these from a Netonix? Do we still need to swap pins with these newer gigabit radios or will they work with a standard cable on 24v power?

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

Tue Sep 13, 2016 2:11 pm

Trango Apex Lynx 11GHz

Safe to power via 48V or 48VH?

Which wires (if any) would need to be crossed?

Power Input -45 to -72 Vdc direct or using PoE Power Consumption
48 to 72 Watts dependent on sub-band
Power Protection Reverse polarity and transient clamping to 100 volts

https://www.trangosys.com/support/docum ... asheet.pdf

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Radwin JET 5000 AP from Netonix WISP Switch?

Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:54 pm

Can you power a Radwin JET 5000 AP from Netonix WISP Switch?

What setting?

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