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JMCNEL
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AP 9120AXi and 9120AXe power consumption

We purchased new AP's 9120AXi and 9120AXE's. I used the cisco power consumption tool to determine if these AP's which are mgig capable will be able to work in our existing environment - we currently have 3560X and 3650 switches until we purchase the new swiches. Can you please confirm that the power consumption for the new AP's can be considered as a IEEE 802.3at Device - Class 3 (30W) device because the tool does not have them build into.

 

Also can you please confirm when the new AP's using mgig, are they  still only using the same power. (30W) ? or is 30W per 1 gig per port?

We are in the process to determine which switches to purchased for access switches to accommodate the new AP's We are looking at 9200-48PXG-4X and want to make sure that the new AP's will work with the new switches we are about to purchase.

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Scott Fella
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The data sheets provide the power requirements along with the restrictions on spatial streams and or usb power.

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/wireless/catalyst-9120ax-series-access-points/datasheet-c78-742115.html
-Scott
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JMCNEL
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when the 9120AXI and 9120AXE using mgig they are still only draw 30W or do they draw more power

Scott Fella
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From the link it states 29.5W, so just use 30W per port you need to determine the PS you also need.
-Scott
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