If your need is for exactly one phone, then you should choose the best switch for your needs _except_ for your inline power requirement. There are other ways you can supply a single phone.
An inexpensive (about $50 US) AC adapter is available, which could potentially be plugged into a AC-DC converter, depending on the DC voltage you have available. The phones run on 48V DC, so if you have 48V DC available, you may be able to fashion a direct attachment to your DC power source. Obviously, only do this if your DC power source is very clean and stable.
How about using a DC-AC inverter? To make it reliable, you can use your DC to charge 12V batteries and then run an inverter to power the 3524s. You will need a 12V charger that runs from whatever your DC supply voltage is, of course, but the whole thing would be fairly inexpensive compared to other alternatives.
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