???   144W per channel @ 100W

It is limited to 8A (384W@48V) total across all outputs.  This limit is
related to the maximum each pin can handle, and since this is arranged with
a single input and multiple outputs you're limited to 8A.  But if you need
100W just think of it as a 3 port PDU with a couple spare low-current

I mentioned in another thread that we have plans to make a version of this
to try to help where you're switching a lot of heavy loads.  That version
will likely look like six solid state, programmable current limited
relays.  More wiring, but more power since you can do 8A per connector pin
(so it might be as high as 8A per channel, but we need to do thermal
engineering before I can guarantee that).   Oh, and removal of the negative
ground/positive power requirement is part of this.

On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 5:24 AM, Adam Moffett <> wrote:

> I know it's not WISPAMERICA, but I might not have time to go.
> This need might be less common in the wisposphere, but it would be useful
> to me to have a relay or pdu module that could switch 100W 48VDC loads.
> ------ Original Message ------
> From: "Forrest Christian (List Account)" <>
> To: "af" <>
> Sent: 2/2/2018 6:54:53 AM
> Subject: Re: [AFMUG] [WISPA Members] 450m power
> I have a preference for a switch that works.
> My challenge has always been to find a chipset I trust which is fairly
> easy to integrate, is obtainable, and is available in industrial
> temperature range.   Over the years I've looked at numerous chipsets and
> have never found any that I would feel comfortable to provide to my
> customers.
> The industrial temperature range issue was probably the biggest one since
> the vast majority of chipsets are only available in commercial range and I
> refuse to ship a product which contains chipset only rated down to freezing
> (there's a reason why we've never had any temperature related failures that
> we can recall).   Of the remaining chipsets, many of the manufacturers only
> sell to large-volume consumers.  They have no interest in doing business
> with an organization which doesn't do a million units of a product.
> Well the never part was true until recently.   A trusted vendor of mine
> recently released a switch chipset with 5 Gigabit copper ports, 1 GBIC
> port, and 1 management port, and which seems to be able to be integrated
> well.   I need to spend some time with the eval board which is sitting
> here, but other things have taken priority.
> Over the last couple of months, we've pretty much finished all of the
> pending projects, and so I'm working on figuring out which of the partially
> started projects around here I need to pick up and run with.   There are
> some which are minimal work which will likely get done soon (i.e. producing
> medusa-compatible cambium sync products in various other form factors, and
> finishing a couple of i/o board which are basically done).
> Of the rest, part of what I'm going to be listening to at WISPAMERICA is
> what people are needing.  I really don't want to build things people don't
> want, so I'm going to be listening as to what people are looking for.
>  I've got lots of ideas, just not sure how many of them are really of
> interest.
> On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 12:52 AM, TJ Trout <> wrote:
>> Forrest,
>> It would be awesome if you could ever develop products with switches
>> inside, I know you have a (Cisco?) preference but other's dont.
>> I would have purchased lots. I hate that I have to use a separate switch
>> so we moved away from packetflux for new deployments.
>> TJ
>> On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 11:48 AM, Forrest Christian (List Account) <
>>> wrote:
>>> I'm assuming you mean includes switch+poe.
>>> I'm in the process of working on something specificaly for the 450i/450m
>>> with 5 ports and sync hardware all in one box (+1 SFP port), mainly
>>> designed for tower top mounting.   Not far enough along to say when it will
>>> ship, or even if it's ever going to see the light of day.
>>> Any other solution you look at, you should make sure that whatever
>>> solution you find will support at least 70W per port, and all 4 pairs.
>>> Neither the 450i or 450m really care about polarity, unless you're doing
>>> sync, and then only on the 450i since the 450m does the new cambium sync
>>> only.
>>> If you can live with separate poe box, of course the packetflux
>>> powerinjector+sync powers 450m's really well.  There will be a version
>>> which does medusa sync out sometime soon, it's a sure thing, just we don't
>>> know timing yet.
>>> On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 5:07 AM, Tyson Burris <> wrote:
>>>> Good morning,
>>>> Looking for an all in one, but reliable, power source for 4 - 450m aps
>>>> per tower.
>>>> I have heard netonix a few times but I have also heard about some
>>>> issues with these devices and their support not being that great.
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