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Power Supplies

Hi,

Does anyone have any doc links specifically for power supplies and what power supplies are compatable with which switch models?

Thanks, Pat.

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Power Supplies

Hi,

Do you know tool like "Power calculator" http://tools.cisco.com/cpc/ it usefull for configuring specs. You can choose your platform and depending on amount of power consuption it give you different variants.

Best regards,

Zak.

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Pat,

Not sure what series you are looking for, but as Zak noted power calculator is a very good source.

If you are looking for 6500 series here is a good doc:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/switches/lan/catalyst6500/hardware/Chassis_Installation/Cat6500/0apwsply.html

HTH

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Power Supplies

We occasional lose a switch and it's usually because of the power supply. As far as access layer switches are concerned, I was wondering if there is a different model for say PoE compared to a switch that is not PoE. Or 48 port vs. 24 port. Or, 370 vs. 3560.

Thanks, Pat.

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Power Supplies

For smaller 1RU fixed switches, there isn't much of choice of power supplies, you can add more power for POE vs non-POE switches, but that is all you can do. It is not like the modular switches with many choices of PSUs.

If you lose PSU occasionaly in spesific location, I would have an electrician check the power sources and test for power fluctuation for a period of time.

HTH

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Power Supplies

Reza,

so,the same PS that works in a PoE, switch WS-C3560-24PS-S will  work for a WS-C3560-48TS-S? And will if also work in a WS-C3750-48TS-S?

I would like to order just one back-up power supply if possible to cover all models in the event one goes bad

Thanks, Pat.

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