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Cisco Aironet 1510

On the Cisco Aironet 1500 Series Lightweight Outdoor Mesh Access Point spec sheet from the Cisco.com website, it states that the input power for the DC inline POE is 28.5 W at 48 VDC, nominal. What is the maximum power at 48 VDC? On AC, the nominal power is 57.8W at 120 VAC. What is the maximum power at 120 VAC?

Also, I see that the Cisco 1510 only uses AC as a source. Does Cisco have a device for the Cisco Aironet 1510 that uses DC as a source? For example, instead of using the POE Injector that Cisco has, which uses an input of 120VAC (1.5A) and outputs 48VDC (1.2A), does Cisco have a POE Injector that uses an input of 12VDC and outputs 48VDC (1.2A).

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Re: Cisco Aironet 1510

I think the maximum draw (with both radios and heater on) is 57.8 Watts, but with the heater not active it's much lower around 36.84 Watts.

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