STK-RPS-1005PS 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 STK-RPS-1005PS provides load sharing, backup, or additive PoE power to some Extreme Networks 802.3at PoE-compliant stackable switch models. If the switch loses power from its internal power supply, the STK-RPS-1005PS can provide up to 1005 W maximum operating power (180 W system power and 740 W PoE power) to support switch operation and the 55 VDC necessary to support 55 VDC/data connections to powered devices.
- AC power cable
- RPS cable
- Four rubber feet (for flat surface installation)
|1 = Captive screws||4 = AC power input connector|
|2 = Status LEDs||5 = Handle|
|3 = Fans|
|1 = 18-pin Redundant Power Supply connector|
|AC OK||Green||AC input within operational range|
|Off||No AC voltage or AC voltage is outside the operational range|
|DC OK||Green||Power supply successfully providing 55 VDC to the system|
|Off||Power supply malfunctioning|
For technical specifications, including pin locations and functions, see STK-RPS-1005PS Redundant Power Supply Technical Specifications.