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Power options available with the Cisco 1000 Series Lightweight Access Points.

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Cisco 1000 Series Lightweight Access Point (AP) requires a 48 VDC nominal (between 38 and 57 VDC) power source capable of providing 7 watts. The polarity of the DC source does not matter because the Cisco 1000 can use either a +48 VDC or a -48 VDC nominal source. The Cisco 1000 can receive power from the external power supply (which draws power from a 110 - 220 VAC electrical outlet) plugged into the side of the access point case, or from Power over Ethernet.

The external power supply (AIR-PWR-1000) plugs into a secure 110 through 220 VAC electrical outlet. The converter produces the required 48 VDC output for the Cisco 1000. The converter output feeds into the side of the Cisco 1000 through a 48 VDC jack.

Note: The AIR-PWR-1000 external power supply can be ordered with country-specific electrical outlet power cords.

For more information regarding the Cisco 1000 Series Lightweight Access Point or its power options, refer to the Cisco 1000 Series Lightweight Access Point Power Requirements section of Controlling Lightweight Access Points.

Problem Type

Power / cable compliance

Products

Access point

SW Features

Lightwieght Access Point Protocol (LWAPP)

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