BTU figures for 2800, 3800, and 7304 network modules.
I'm trying to find the heat dissipation (BTU) figures for Cisco 2800, 3800, and 7300 series. I have found some general information in the data sheets for the "Empty Chassis" only, but my question is how can I find the accurate BTU figures for specific Network Module; I have looked at the data sheets for different network modules, but nothing was there.
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