Re: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

2005-12-22 Thread Bob Moldashel

Blair Davis wrote:


Try

http://www.wisp-router.com/index.php?cPath=38osCsid=35487c8a3c68aaca1f13a9fe560a0c26 



Blair

John Scrivner wrote:

Can anyone hook me up with a source for the 48 volt supplies? I need 
to buy some of those DS3 to Ethernet converters and they require that 
supply. I have never seen them before and need a source. Also, does 
anyone have a manual and/or drawings of the PCOM radios we are 
buying? I need to start reading up on these radios to make sure I 
know what all I need to get them installed. Please help if you have a 
source of information on them. If any of you have experience with the 
PCOMs and DS3 to Ethernet converters I would like to pick your brain 
on a few things.

Many thanks,
Scriv

Eje has no stock of 48 vdc anything unfortunately.  You also need to 
look at the current draw.  john will need a 48 vdc supply to run the 
radios also.  Might as well get something that will do the job right.


-B-

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Re: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

2005-12-22 Thread Blair Davis
Bev's web stock levels are often wrong.  I place my orders with her by 
phone.


The intent of the post was to provide a supplier that I knew and that 
also carried what John was looking for.


The current was not mentioned.  Wisp-Router carries several different 
48V supplies with different current ratings.  I would assume that John 
would pick the unit he needs to do the job.


To anyone who was offended or misled by my providing a link to a 
supplier who was temporally out of stock, I apologize.




Bob Moldashel wrote:


Blair Davis wrote:


Try

http://www.wisp-router.com/index.php?cPath=38osCsid=35487c8a3c68aaca1f13a9fe560a0c26 



Blair

John Scrivner wrote:

Can anyone hook me up with a source for the 48 volt supplies? I need 
to buy some of those DS3 to Ethernet converters and they require 
that supply. I have never seen them before and need a source. Also, 
does anyone have a manual and/or drawings of the PCOM radios we are 
buying? I need to start reading up on these radios to make sure I 
know what all I need to get them installed. Please help if you have 
a source of information on them. If any of you have experience with 
the PCOMs and DS3 to Ethernet converters I would like to pick your 
brain on a few things.

Many thanks,
Scriv

Eje has no stock of 48 vdc anything unfortunately.  You also need to 
look at the current draw.  john will need a 48 vdc supply to run the 
radios also.  Might as well get something that will do the job right.


-B-




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RE: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

2005-12-22 Thread Kurt Fankhauser
RFlinx has 48v POE supplies 60watts.

www.rflinx.com

Kurt Fankhauser
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114 S. Walnut St.
Bucyrus, OH 44820
419-562-6405
www.wavelinc.com


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Sent: Wednesday, December 21, 2005 6:37 PM
To: wireless@wispa.org
Subject: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

Can anyone hook me up with a source for the 48 volt supplies? I need to 
buy some of those DS3 to Ethernet converters and they require that 
supply. I have never seen them before and need a source. Also, does 
anyone have a manual and/or drawings of the PCOM radios we are buying? I

need to start reading up on these radios to make sure I know what all I 
need to get them installed. Please help if you have a source of 
information on them. If any of you have experience with the PCOMs and 
DS3 to Ethernet converters I would like to pick your brain on a few
things.
Many thanks,
Scriv

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Re: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

2005-12-22 Thread A. Huppenthal

ah, strap a couple of 24 volt batteries on with some chargers.. :-)
ps: we do that for backup - less expensive than a UPS. We run Redline 
equipment - relatively high current - for 4 days w/o electricity. works 
great. be sure to get a charger that resets properly after the A/C kicks 
out - we learned that lesson on the 5th day of the first outage :-)



Kurt Fankhauser wrote:


RFlinx has 48v POE supplies 60watts.

www.rflinx.com

Kurt Fankhauser
WAVELINC
114 S. Walnut St.
Bucyrus, OH 44820
419-562-6405
www.wavelinc.com


-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Wednesday, December 21, 2005 6:37 PM
To: wireless@wispa.org
Subject: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

Can anyone hook me up with a source for the 48 volt supplies? I need to 
buy some of those DS3 to Ethernet converters and they require that 
supply. I have never seen them before and need a source. Also, does 
anyone have a manual and/or drawings of the PCOM radios we are buying? I


need to start reading up on these radios to make sure I know what all I 
need to get them installed. Please help if you have a source of 
information on them. If any of you have experience with the PCOMs and 
DS3 to Ethernet converters I would like to pick your brain on a few

things.
Many thanks,
Scriv

 


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Re: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

2005-12-22 Thread Bob Moldashel

Blair,

OKI went back and re-read my post.  And now I see why you are a 
little sharp in your reply.  My appologies.  It was the way it can be 
read, not the way it was meant to be said.


I was not looking to correct you.  I was just trying to point out that 
the units did not appear to be in stock and that the current draw for 
the units is slightly under one amp.  As such, any old 48 vdc POE won't 
work. It must be with enough current to support it as I'm sure you 
know.  While John may know enough to look for what's needed, it is the 
lurker that may just buy them without knowing that i am trying to inform.


And as for anyone being offended or misled..the heck with them!  :-)

Again, my appologies. It was not meant to be that way.

Regards,

-B-






Blair Davis wrote:

Bev's web stock levels are often wrong.  I place my orders with her by 
phone.


The intent of the post was to provide a supplier that I knew and that 
also carried what John was looking for.


The current was not mentioned.  Wisp-Router carries several different 
48V supplies with different current ratings.  I would assume that John 
would pick the unit he needs to do the job.


To anyone who was offended or misled by my providing a link to a 
supplier who was temporally out of stock, I apologize.




Bob Moldashel wrote:


Blair Davis wrote:


Try

http://www.wisp-router.com/index.php?cPath=38osCsid=35487c8a3c68aaca1f13a9fe560a0c26 



Blair

John Scrivner wrote:

Can anyone hook me up with a source for the 48 volt supplies? I 
need to buy some of those DS3 to Ethernet converters and they 
require that supply. I have never seen them before and need a 
source. Also, does anyone have a manual and/or drawings of the PCOM 
radios we are buying? I need to start reading up on these radios to 
make sure I know what all I need to get them installed. Please help 
if you have a source of information on them. If any of you have 
experience with the PCOMs and DS3 to Ethernet converters I would 
like to pick your brain on a few things.

Many thanks,
Scriv

Eje has no stock of 48 vdc anything unfortunately.  You also need to 
look at the current draw.  john will need a 48 vdc supply to run the 
radios also.  Might as well get something that will do the job right.


-B-







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Re: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

2005-12-22 Thread John Scrivner
Thanks to all for your feedback in helping me to ramp up my backhaul. I 
learned some very valuable stuff here from the collective...as usual. I 
sure do appreciate those few people who pay their WISPA dues and 
actually maintain this organization so we all have resources like this

:-)
Scriv



Bob Moldashel wrote:


Blair,

OKI went back and re-read my post.  And now I see why you are a 
little sharp in your reply.  My appologies.  It was the way it can 
be read, not the way it was meant to be said.


I was not looking to correct you.  I was just trying to point out 
that the units did not appear to be in stock and that the current draw 
for the units is slightly under one amp.  As such, any old 48 vdc POE 
won't work. It must be with enough current to support it as I'm sure 
you know.  While John may know enough to look for what's needed, it is 
the lurker that may just buy them without knowing that i am trying 
to inform.


And as for anyone being offended or misled..the heck with them!  :-)

Again, my appologies. It was not meant to be that way.

Regards,

-B-






Blair Davis wrote:

Bev's web stock levels are often wrong.  I place my orders with her 
by phone.


The intent of the post was to provide a supplier that I knew and that 
also carried what John was looking for.


The current was not mentioned.  Wisp-Router carries several different 
48V supplies with different current ratings.  I would assume that 
John would pick the unit he needs to do the job.


To anyone who was offended or misled by my providing a link to a 
supplier who was temporally out of stock, I apologize.




Bob Moldashel wrote:


Blair Davis wrote:


Try

http://www.wisp-router.com/index.php?cPath=38osCsid=35487c8a3c68aaca1f13a9fe560a0c26 



Blair

John Scrivner wrote:

Can anyone hook me up with a source for the 48 volt supplies? I 
need to buy some of those DS3 to Ethernet converters and they 
require that supply. I have never seen them before and need a 
source. Also, does anyone have a manual and/or drawings of the 
PCOM radios we are buying? I need to start reading up on these 
radios to make sure I know what all I need to get them installed. 
Please help if you have a source of information on them. If any of 
you have experience with the PCOMs and DS3 to Ethernet converters 
I would like to pick your brain on a few things.

Many thanks,
Scriv

Eje has no stock of 48 vdc anything unfortunately.  You also need to 
look at the current draw.  john will need a 48 vdc supply to run the 
radios also.  Might as well get something that will do the job right.


-B-








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Re: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

2005-12-21 Thread Bob Moldashel

John Scrivner wrote:

Can anyone hook me up with a source for the 48 volt supplies? I need 
to buy some of those DS3 to Ethernet converters and they require that 
supply. I have never seen them before and need a source. Also, does 
anyone have a manual and/or drawings of the PCOM radios we are buying? 
I need to start reading up on these radios to make sure I know what 
all I need to get them installed. Please help if you have a source of 
information on them. If any of you have experience with the PCOMs and 
DS3 to Ethernet converters I would like to pick your brain on a few 
things.

Many thanks,
Scriv




John,

Get these:   
http://tessco.com/products/displayProductInfo.do?sku=50827eventGroup=4eventPage=1


Both the radio and the DS3 converters work off 48 vdc if Ii remember 
correctly.  You will kill 2 birds with one stone here


I can't help you with the manuals though...  Sorry.

-B-

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Re: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

2005-12-21 Thread Blair Davis

Try

http://www.wisp-router.com/index.php?cPath=38osCsid=35487c8a3c68aaca1f13a9fe560a0c26

Blair

John Scrivner wrote:

Can anyone hook me up with a source for the 48 volt supplies? I need 
to buy some of those DS3 to Ethernet converters and they require that 
supply. I have never seen them before and need a source. Also, does 
anyone have a manual and/or drawings of the PCOM radios we are buying? 
I need to start reading up on these radios to make sure I know what 
all I need to get them installed. Please help if you have a source of 
information on them. If any of you have experience with the PCOMs and 
DS3 to Ethernet converters I would like to pick your brain on a few 
things.

Many thanks,
Scriv


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Re: [WISPA] 48 volt power supplies

2005-12-21 Thread Brian Rohrbacher

http://www.jameco.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/StoreCatalogDisplay?storeId=10001catalogId=10001langId=-1

These guys carry a lot of stuff.  I've ordered from them.  All the items 
showed up.


Blair Davis wrote:


Try

http://www.wisp-router.com/index.php?cPath=38osCsid=35487c8a3c68aaca1f13a9fe560a0c26 



Blair

John Scrivner wrote:

Can anyone hook me up with a source for the 48 volt supplies? I need 
to buy some of those DS3 to Ethernet converters and they require that 
supply. I have never seen them before and need a source. Also, does 
anyone have a manual and/or drawings of the PCOM radios we are 
buying? I need to start reading up on these radios to make sure I 
know what all I need to get them installed. Please help if you have a 
source of information on them. If any of you have experience with the 
PCOMs and DS3 to Ethernet converters I would like to pick your brain 
on a few things.

Many thanks,
Scriv



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