CCR1072-1G-8S+ is equipped with two redundant Hot Swap 12v 150W AC/DC power supplies – if one of them goes out of order, second one will take over.
Hot Swap 12v 150W AC/DC power supplies for CCR1072-1G-8S+ are now available for purchase separately. You can replace them on the go to ensure zero downtime, no need to even restart the router
A super low loss 50cm long RPSMA cable for superior connection quality, suited for indoor and outdoor use, this cable provides superior matching and loss values.The name of this cable comes from combining the words “flexible” and “waveguide”, to denote the high end features of this product.The inner conductor is silver plated copper, and both connectors are soldered, not crimped, for the best possible signal quality. Ideally suited for our BaseBox and other products with RPSMA connectors, and works with most antennas.
We are now offering a Hot Swap -48V DC telecom power supply (product code PW48V-12V150W), available to purchase separately for use with CCR1072. Simply remove one of the current power supplies and replace with the new PW48V-12V150W for -48V installations – simple and easy. You don’t even need to turn off the device.
The FTC is a simple Fiber to Copper converter. Unlike many other media converters available on market, it has outdoor waterproof case with lock screw, it’s mounting bracket can be attached and locked with a screw from inside the case. Unit has 12-57V PoE with 802.3af/at support (with unshielded cross cable). Comes with PoE injector and power supply. Works only with Gigabit SFP connections.
This device lets you use any 48V PoE source (including Passive PoE, Telecom PoE, 802.3af and 802.3at) to power RouterBOARD devices.Simply plug any 48V PoE powered ethernet cable into one port, and any 8-30V capable RouterBOARD device into the other. This device is capable to provide high power output – up to 24W (up to 1A at 24V).
Low-cost passive PoE base unit for powering passive PoE devices over ethernet. Simply connect your power source to the injector, and then use an ethernet cable to connect the injector to the RouterBOARD device. Helps reducing number of wires that lead up the tower, and in other situations. For using with RouterBOARDS that support 10-28V PoE powering, input needs to be at least 18V to accomodate any losses in cables.