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AC power entry port for outdoor access point 1552E

tapanglf
Beginner
Beginner

Hello.

We have installed several outdoor access point (model Cisco 1552E) powered by PoE shielded twisted pair copper. However, it has left the AC power entry port exposed to the environment. There is no provided cap in the box to have cover it.

I have 2 questions:

1.) Do I need to provide cover for this AC power entry port? Aany cisco documentation or aticle that mentions it is ok or not ok to be covered.

2.) Is there a cisco item (or non-cisco) to provide protective cover for this.

Appreciate anybody's insight. Thanks in advance.

AC power entry port for 1552E model.jpg.

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AC power entry port for 1552E model.jpg

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mohanak
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

When not using the AC input connector to power the 1552E (for example when powering using the Cisco power injector), it is important to cover the AC power entry connector. The correct cap is Remke part number 75-0086 (http://www.remke.com/).

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/access_point/1550/installation/guide/1550hig/1550_ch2.html

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mohanak
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

When not using the AC input connector to power the 1552E (for example when powering using the Cisco power injector), it is important to cover the AC power entry connector. The correct cap is Remke part number 75-0086 (http://www.remke.com/).

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/access_point/1550/installation/guide/1550hig/1550_ch2.html

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