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Ws-3850 series Product Number

 Hi

i have question regarding Ws-3850 series product number i have read datasheet and i understand  the following :

WS-C3850-XY-Z 

-X Number of Ports(24-48)

-Y POE type:

- T 350 W AC Power Supply.(no POE)

- P 715W AC Power supply (POE)

-U/F 1100W AC Power Supply (POE)

.

Q1 what is diff between U/F/P ?

-Z
-L :Stack cable not included
-S :Stack Cable is included.

 

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Cisco Employee

Yes Ahmed you are correct.

Yes Ahmed you are correct.

 

HTH

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Inayath

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Cisco Employee

Ahmed,Here is what I can say:

Ahmed,

Here is what I can say:-

WS-C3850-48U :- 48 UPOE.

What is UPOE:

When it comes delivering power to Cisco Access Points and Cisco IP Phones we all know about the IEEE 802.3af standard which defines standard Power over Ethernet (PoE).  But what is Cisco Universal Power over Ethernet (UPOE)? This is new term for most of us.

It’s a new innovation from Cisco Systems which happens to the industry’s first 60-watt Power over Ethernet technology which Cisco called Universal Power over Ethernet (UPOE).

Cisco Universal Power over Ethernet (UPOE) can offer twice the power per port of products from competing switch vendors – providing both power and network access to a greater range of devices through a single standard Ethernet cable. This can surely help to lower the total cost of IT operations. By using Cisco’s new UPOE line card and UPOE splitter, any device requiring up to 60-watt power can now be powered by Cisco’s Catalyst 4500E Switches. This includes Cisco IP phones, personal telepresence systems, compact switches and Cisco wireless access points.

Ref:http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/network-technologies/what-is-universal-power-over-ethernet-upoe/

2)WS-C3850-24P :- POE switch.

HTH

Regards

Inayath

 

New Member

thanks for your help so  WS

thanks for your help so  

WS-C3850-48P support 15.4 Watt per port

WS-C3850-48F support 30 Watt per port

Ws-C3850-48U support 60 Watt per port (as above)

is this right ?

Cisco Employee

Yes Ahmed you are correct.

Yes Ahmed you are correct.

 

HTH

Regards

Inayath

*:Plz dont forget to rate all usefull posts.

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