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External Power Supply for an outdoor AP1130

  • 16 November 2020
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I posted this same post in the AP forum, but after almost a week, no one has replied, so i thought to post it here, in the technical forum, hoping for some help:

 

I have looked everywhere for an PSU for an AP1130, and even bought one that was sold as it was for an 1130, but when i got it, the end on the PSU was completely different.

 

Its installed in a place where im having to use a media converter, and that cant inject PoE.  Hence needing an external PSU.

 

for instance, this is what was advertized: https://www.walmart.com/ip/PKPOWER-6-6FT-Cable-AC-DC-Adapter-For-Aerohive-Networks-AP1130-AH-AP-1130-AC-FCC-AH-AP1130-AC-W-Outdoor-Wireless-Access-Point-Power-Supply-Cord-PS-Wa/385410706?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=11707

 

and yet, when i got it, it has a single point on the insert end, whereas, when i looked at the AP, it appears like it will need some kind of 3 pronged PSU.

 

Anyone can help me find the correct PSU for this, so i can purchase it?

 

please and thank you,

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Best answer by Sam Pirok 16 November 2020, 23:17

Hi Systemscsn, I’m sorry I missed your earlier post. This kind of question is best put to your sales engineer, they’ll have all the latest SKUs and product numbers on hand for you. If you’re unsure who to reach out to for your SE, I can email that information to you, just let me know. 

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Hi Systemscsn, I’m sorry I missed your earlier post. This kind of question is best put to your sales engineer, they’ll have all the latest SKUs and product numbers on hand for you. If you’re unsure who to reach out to for your SE, I can email that information to you, just let me know. 

Even going to the Aerohive and Extreme website did not show the PSU as an accessory/add-on for the AP1130’s.  In fact, the AP1130’s have reached End Of Life for sales, which is crazy, seeing as how we bought these and a ton of AP650’s just last year (we have 158 AP’s in total), but are supported until around 2025 or so.

 

I think that Ruckus PoE injector will work, seeing as how the AP did power on.  Still though, not very happy about this whole experience, and that a PSU isnt even listed on either of the company’s websites.

 

Thanks anyway,

J.

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Hi Systemscsn, I’m sorry I missed your earlier post. This kind of question is best put to your sales engineer, they’ll have all the latest SKUs and product numbers on hand for you. If you’re unsure who to reach out to for your SE, I can email that information to you, just let me know. 

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Well found an old Ruckus outdoor PoE injector and it seems to work; well the AP powered up.  Guess i can try it and see what happens.

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Here is what the input looks like on the AP1130:

 

 

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Want to add:

 

So, ive been searching tons of web sites for the three pronged power supply for the AP1130 access points, and every one of them either does not show the end that plugs into the AP, or shows it, and its just a single female end.  The end on the AP1130’sside is 3 pronged and I cant find one of those PSU’s anywhere.

The only thing that is showing up, are 5-10 port passive PoE switches and I really don't want to go that way if i dont have to.  All the guts (fiber cables, hardware for a scoreboard and such) are in a very small exterior box, with very little room in them, and even a small passive PoE switch isnt going to fit in there, hence needing the PSU.

It would be great if someone could provide a link to the PSU I need!

J