I have a fleet of the 7960G IP phones and recently bought a couple 7970G phones for use with the managers and am now curious, since we don't have PoE here can I use the PWR-CUBE that I have been using with the 7960s? Or will I need some kind of new power cube for use with that phone. Just thought of that and am afraid to try it with the ones used with the 7960s until I know for sure.
As a secondary question: Why do you think some VoIP supply websites have descriptions of "newer" model pwr-cubes like this:
"The Cisco CP-PWR-CUBE-3 provides AC power to the Cisco 7900 series IP phone. The CP-PWR-CUBE-3 is identical to the CP-PWR-CUBE but is also compatible with all Cisco IP phones including the color screen IP phones (CP-797x) and the newly released CP-7961G and CP-7941G models."
Based on your confirmation that it works it almost seems to me that these people are just trying to scare people who aren't experts, like myself, into spending more money.
Honestly I had forgot about the very 1st model of power cube and its incompatibility with the 7970, thank you for pointing that out Rob.
To complete the information about the bricks, please enter "CP-PWR-CUBE compatible" in the leading search engine, and click the second link, that is a well-know online store. The evolution of the power cube is explained also presenting a compatible product that I'm waiting to try sometime.
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