I know the old WRAP were 18VDC.  And I heard that they stopped making them.

But, I had never heard of a new WRAP 2

I've moved on to Soekris.  And, except for our Tranzeo units, all our POE is now 48VDC

If the new WRAP is 48VDC, I'd be real interested in it.

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Bob Knight wrote:
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If I'm not mistaken, WRAPs are only rated to 18VDC.

Bob


Blair Davis wrote:
  
WRAP 2?  what specs?  will it take 48V POE?

chris cooper wrote:
    
We are rolling out some wrap 2 based nodes.  The node, including power
will be mounted externally.  Has anyone devised a way to weather
harden the AC plug/POE block combo?  Ive got an idea for a 2^nd ,
small enclosure that piggy backs on the radio enclosure,  but Im
wondering if someone has come up with a slick way to do this.

 

Thanks

Chris

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