[Soekris] net 4521 power supply
jasonfloyd at speakeasy.net
Thu Aug 21 00:23:13 UTC 2003
Check out this neato POE calculator (found off the www.nycwireless.org/poe
site). You can determine the exact voltage needed based on wire gauge,
length, input volts/amps, etc.
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[mailto:soekris-tech-admin at lists.soekris.com] On Behalf Of Sean Norris
Sent: Wednesday, August 20, 2003 1:55 AM
To: soekris-tech at lists.soekris.com
Subject: [Soekris] net 4521 power supply
My apologies if this is answered somewhere obvious.
I am looking for a power supply for my newly arrived net4521. However,
I have not seen the polarity of the input mentioned. Is it positive or
I have read that those of you using POE use 48 V, would a simple 12 Volt
output wall-wart with up to 800 mA like you can get at Radio Shack be
inadequate for the board plus one pcmia wifi card ?
Thanks in advance,
Sean Norris <sean.norris at ualberta.net>
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