I apologize if this is in the incorrect forum, it looked like the best fit.
I'm wondering about voltage tolerances of the Cisco EPC3010 cable-modem. I understand it's normally using a 12V wallwart-type power supply, but I'm betting there's a decent set of regulators internally, and that it doesn't need *exactly* 12Vs to be happy.
The reason I'm wondering is that if it'll be happy with a range about 10 or 11 to 13Vs, it could live happily running directly off of a lead acid backup battery during power outages. Running directly would offcourse be simpler than having to set up a 12V-nominal -> 12V-exact regulator.
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