RE: [WISPA] RB 532

2006-08-08 Thread Charles Wu
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no


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  chris cooperSent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 8:55 
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  532
  
  Can anyone tell me if the 
  following configuration will work?
  
  
  
  RB532-SR2/SR2+RB502-SR5/SR9
  
  4 slots full. Would the node 
  have enough muscle to power all the cards properly?
  
  chris
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Re: [WISPA] RB 532

2006-08-08 Thread Scott Reed




Not a full output power, but possibly if you manage the power correctly.

Scott Reed 


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 Can anyone tell me if the following configuration will 
work?

  


  


  


 RB532-SR2/SR2+RB502-SR5/SR9

  


 4 slots full.  Would the node have enough muscle to 
power
all the cards 
properly?

  


 chris

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Re: [WISPA] RB 532

2006-08-08 Thread Tom DeReggi
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Charles,

I agree with your "no". However, what basis are you 
answering that?
So that the inquireer can better plan what is 
capable.

48V w/.35 amp integrated POE, can deliver 20 
watts.
48V w/ .8 amp Custom POE (or direct), can deliver 
40watts.
And technically the CAT5 cable can handle about 76 
PEAK watts with 48V, or 28 peak watts at 18V. 

I do not believe the SR2/5/9 cards draw over5 
watts each (maybe SR9 draws more), which would possibly allow the draw to be 
within range of supplied power.

So the limitation would actually have to be the 
Mikrotik board itself. Either limited by the Voltage down converter or MPCI 
slot.

Do you happen to know, where the limiting component 
is?

Tom DeReggiRapidDSL  Wireless, IncIntAirNet- Fixed Wireless 
Broadband



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  no
  
  
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Can anyone tell me if the 
following configuration will work?



RB532-SR2/SR2+RB502-SR5/SR9

4 slots full. Would the 
node have enough muscle to power all the cards properly?

chris
  
  

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RE: [WISPA] RB 532

2006-08-08 Thread Charles Wu
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The 
RB532 has a maximum power consumption of 14W

-Charles


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  Tom DeReggiSent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 5:30 PMTo: 
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  Charles,
  
  I agree with your "no". However, what basis are 
  you answering that?
  So that the inquireer can better plan what is 
  capable.
  
  48V w/.35 amp integrated POE, can deliver 
  20 watts.
  48V w/ .8 amp Custom POE (or direct), can deliver 
  40watts.
  And technically the CAT5 cable can handle about 
  76 PEAK watts with 48V, or 28 peak watts at 18V. 
  
  I do not believe the SR2/5/9 cards draw 
  over5 watts each (maybe SR9 draws more), which would possibly allow the 
  draw to be within range of supplied power.
  
  So the limitation would actually have to be the 
  Mikrotik board itself. Either limited by the Voltage down converter or MPCI 
  slot.
  
  Do you happen to know, where the limiting 
  component is?
  
  Tom DeReggiRapidDSL  Wireless, IncIntAirNet- Fixed Wireless 
  Broadband
  
  
  
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no


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  [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of chris 
  cooperSent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 8:55 AMTo: 
  'WISPA General List'Subject: [WISPA] RB 
532
  
  Can anyone tell me if the 
  following configuration will work?
  
  
  
  RB532-SR2/SR2+RB502-SR5/SR9
  
  4 slots full. Would the 
  node have enough muscle to power all the cards properly?
  
  chris



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