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IE Switch Power Supply

john.schroeder
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Does the PWR-IE170W-PC-DC power supply output its full power via one connector or does it require both output connectors to get the full capacity out of it? I am needing to have 2 to power a IE4010 switch to get the maximum POE capacity.

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balaji.bandi
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IE4010  - you connecting to this device, and you looking to get a full 170W PoE is this correct.

 

as per the docs : ( you get max output power)

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/industrial-ethernet-switches/datasheet-c78-742180.html

 

The switch do need some Power to startup as per my understanding :

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/industrial-ethernet-4010-series-switches/datasheet-c78-737279.html

 

I would advise to higher-level PSU suggested.

 

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I am after the full 200w POE budget + switch power consumption. This would mean I would need 2 of these power supplies to take the 12VDC battery supply and bring it up to 54VDC with the required capacity (Sorry for not specifying earlier) . My question is mainly due to the fact that I'd need two of these supplies and if they only output their full capactity using both DC output connectors then that would not allow 2 to be used on the one IE4010 switch.
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John

The power supply data sheet does not mention if the outputs are in parallel or if they are independent.

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