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mjduff
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OEAP 1810 Mobile Deployment

Hello

I'm seeking documentation and advice regarding Cisco’s power supply standards and recommendations for deploying OEAP devices into a mobile vehicle environment.

 

I’ve got about 70 ambulances that need an OEAP 1810 installed with correct power supply. These need to be hot: always powered on. The ambulance inverter is set on a timer, so I’d like to utilize a hot DC power socket, but I need to know if this is a supported, or documented method before proceeding.

 

I haven't found anything in the Getting Started Guide, but I may have overlooked something. 

Thanks for the help

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d.friday
Enthusiast

The 1810 power supply that comes with the unit is a 48V 840mA 40W MAX. as long as you can meet these power requires you should be good.

Thanks for the help. Our current inverters should meet the requirement.
Rasika Nayanajith
VIP Mentor

I think you should look at 1815T instead of 1810. Pls check with cisco AM on product selection

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/wireless/aironet-1810-series-officeextend-access-points/index.html

 

Here is 1815t datasheet (it require 48V DC port to connect AIR-PWR-D)

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/wireless/aironet-1815-series-access-points/datasheet-c78-738482.html

 

HTH

Rasika

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I see from other discussions that the 1815 draws less power. It also seems that it's recommended since it will have a longer product lifespan. 

 

It also has a drawback of not providing a console port. It requires a dongle. 

 

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