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Operating temperature IE-4000-4TC4G-E

I have a question about the operation of an IE4000 (IE-4000-4TC4G-E)

The devices become very warm, even hot. The socket assumes such a temperature that you can hardly touch it any longer and when reading it a value of over 60°C is displayed. Is there any experience with this device, is this temperature normal? So far the devices run practically in idle mode.

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Re: Operating temperature IE-4000-4TC4G-E

Hi
is there aircon in place in the area thats its racked ? is the room cool or just the unit is hot ?
60C would be very hot for running operations , whats the the show env all output providing

Operating environment
Operating Temperature: -40C to +75C
● -40C to +70C (Vented Enclosure Operating)
● -40C to +60C (Sealed Enclosure Operating)
● -34C to +75C (Fan or Blower equipped Enclosure Operating)

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/industrial-ethernet-4000-series-switches/datasheet-c78-733058.html
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Re: Operating temperature IE-4000-4TC4G-E

Hi,
thanks for yr information. Asked our customer for datails, but no response till now.
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Re: Operating temperature IE-4000-4TC4G-E

Hi,

short description of test setup

Two IE4000 and two IE4010 as a small network, lying on a laboratory table. The room is at room temperature. The devices are connected via RJ45. Although networks are configured, no clients are connected yet. The devices are connected via the supplied power supply units (PWR-IE65W-PC-DC=). A direct connection to 48V DC was also tried out. There was no noticeable change

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