RPS-150XT Redundant Power Supply
TipExtreme Redundant Power Supplies (RPS) do not support the ability for the RPS to be connected to an operational switch. Connecting an RPS to an operational switch can have an adverse effect on the switch. It is best practice that both the switch and the RPS be powered down prior to cabling them together. Once the cabling is completed, turn on the RPS, then turn on the switch.
The RPS-150XT provides backup power to Extreme Networks stackable switches. If for some reason the switch loses power from its internal power supply, the RPS-150XT can provide up to 150 W maximum operating power to support switch operation.
- RPS cable
- Four rubber feet (for flat surface installation)
|1 = Captive screws||4 = Fan|
|2 = Status LEDs||5 = AC power input connector|
|3 = Handle|
|1 = 14-pin Redundant Power Supply connector|
See RPS-150XT Redundant Power Supply Technical Specifications for pin locations and function.
|AC OK||Green||AC input within operational range|
|Off||No AC voltage or AC voltage is outside the operational range|
For technical specifications, see RPS-150XT Redundant Power Supply Technical Specifications.