I'm desperately trying to find out the PoE power requirements for the Cisco SPA 514G IP telephone. I've found the data on the 504G but nothing for the 514G.
I know it supports IEEE 802.3af but I can't find the specific detail anywhere that will confirm that I can run 48 of them on either a Cisco Catalyst 2960S-48LPS-L or a Catalyst 2960-48PST-L PoE enabled switch (i.e. that the total power draw won't go over 370W).
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