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isw Power budget

  • 1.  isw Power budget

    Posted 10-10-2018 23:21
    Hello Extreme Community,

    I am trying to find out how much power the:
    -ISW 4GBP,2GBT,2-SFP
    -ISW 8GBP,4-SFP
    (part no.16803 and 16804)
    Switches require to run without any PoE devices and what is the max power consumption total with all PoE+ ports outputting 30watts.

    Will the ISW 4GBP,2GBT,2-SFP be able to output 30w PoE+ on all 4 ports with a 240w PSU ?

    thanks

    Jake


  • 2.  RE: isw Power budget

    Posted 10-14-2018 22:54
    how do I post bump this question ?



  • 3.  RE: isw Power budget

    Posted 10-16-2018 02:12
    Hi Jake,

    The PoE budget according to the ISW data sheet is -
    • POE Budget 16801 and 16803 – 120 watts
    • POE Budget 16802 and 16804 – 240 watts

    And without PD loading, the consumption is 15 W.



  • 4.  RE: isw Power budget

    Posted 10-18-2018 19:34
    Thanks Sushruth,

    I have checked the data sheet. I am not clear what PD Loading means. I was hoping to find a total power usage of the switch when it is turned on running with all ports connected without PoE... is that what 'without PD loading' means ? (the switch only takes 15w to operate with all ports linked up and running at 1gbps ?)

    jake


  • 5.  RE: isw Power budget

    Posted 11-06-2018 16:41
    bump to get clarification on what 'PD loading' means in the Data Sheet.


  • 6.  RE: isw Power budget

    Posted 11-16-2018 00:54
    Hi Jake,

    Yes, you are right. Without PD loading, it is 15W. With full PD loading, it will be 15+240W = 255W.


  • 7.  RE: isw Power budget

    Posted 10-14-2018 22:54
    you just did it 🙂
    there is no special button - there must be activitiy e.g. new post/comment.