Re: [WISPA] Lightning protecting WRAPs

2005-09-28 Thread Tom DeReggi
Blair, I am using a DC to DC converter with each of my WRAPs so they are powered with the Lucent standard 48V POE. The D-Link 5V/12V switchable POE units work fine for this. I take it then that the D-Link 12V Poe terminator then acts sorta like a fuse or barrier between the WRAP and the

Re: [WISPA] Lightning protecting WRAPs

2005-09-28 Thread Blair Davis
Tom DeReggi wrote: Blair, I am using a DC to DC converter with each of my WRAPs so they are powered with the Lucent standard 48V POE. The D-Link 5V/12V switchable POE units work fine for this. I take it then that the D-Link 12V Poe terminator then acts sorta like a fuse or

Re: [WISPA] Lightning protecting WRAPs

2005-09-28 Thread Dylan Oliver
What is FiberCor, and where do you get it? Would you post a pic of one of these assemblies? Thanks,-- Dylan OliverPrimaverity, LLC -- WISPA Wireless List: wireless@wispa.org Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless Archives:

Re: [WISPA] Lightning protecting WRAPs

2005-09-28 Thread Brian Rohrbacher
I just ordered the cat 5 from ARC Wireless. He gave me a price of .0689 per foot. GREAT DEAL! Thanks Blair. Brian Blair Davis wrote: Tom DeReggi wrote: Blair, I am using a DC to DC converter with each of my WRAPs so they are powered with the Lucent standard 48V POE. The

[WISPA] Lightning protecting WRAPs

2005-09-27 Thread Tom DeReggi
What are people doing for WRAP board lightning protection? Basically the WRAP board has a part that blows up, if it receives more than 21 Volts to its DC input. So a typical CAT5 Lightning protector that protects the DC pairs at only 35V, 50V or 60V would pretty much be useless for protecting

Re: [WISPA] Lightning protecting WRAPs

2005-09-27 Thread Blair Davis
I am using a DC to DC converter with each of my WRAPs so they are powered with the Lucent standard 48V POE. The D-Link 5V/12V switchable POE units work fine for this. I use flooded, shielded, with drain wire, outdoor CAT5 cable. (about $75 for 1000ft) I tie the drain wire to the coax and