Hi. The operating temprature of a 3560 switch is stated as:
Operating temperature: 32 to 113ºF (0 to 45ºC)
Is this is cumulative internal temperature or a recommendation on ambinet temperature in the cabinet/computer room? A client is proposing to delpy 3560s in a currently empty room which is already over 30 degrees celsius, there is no active equipment in yet (only active equipment will be 4-6 switches). I am trying to find out whether I say air conditioning is a 'must' or a 'strong requirement'. Any info much appreciated indeed.
Despite the fact that the switches can survive in extreme temps, the life of the switch is actually shortened when there is prolonged exposure. To reduce potential problems, it is always good to keep networking equipment at an optimal temp. It would be viewed as protecting an investment. Hope this helps.
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