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What power cord is needed to power a Cisco 2621XM-DC router

By abmullins ·
A friend of mine gave me a Cisco 2621XM-DC router, but it didn't have a power cord. Can someone advise of the cord that I would need to purchase for the router.

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!!!???

by Mehul Bhai In reply to What power cord is needed ...

You call your self Networking/LAN Administrator and you don't know what power chord to buy!!!???

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A google search on "Cisco 2621XM-DC power supply"

by robo_dev In reply to What power cord is needed ...
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AC to DC

by abmullins In reply to A google search on "Cisco ...

The link that you provided lists the power supply that is currently in the router. I am not looking for a replacement; I am looking for an ac to dc power supply. Cisco does not list the part.

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It would appear that it needs 48 VDC at 2A

by robo_dev In reply to A google search on "Cisco ...

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps259/products_installation_guide_chapter0**86a008007e21a.html#xtocid5

I think Cisco feels that the 48VDC supply is just part of the Telco infrastructure, so it does not appear that they sell one of those.

A carrier-grade 48VDC rack-mount supply can get costly, probably more than the cost to retrofit the internal DC supply with an AC suppply, but here goes:

APC makes a UPS that is 120VAC input and 48VDC output, 150 Watts for around $400

http://www.pcconnectionexpress.com/1/1/78434-apc-powershield-150w-48vdc-cp150e48.html

For a power supply alone, ebay has em for $50 used, but a new one would be something like:

http://www.sjtelecommunications.com/val-vp-4124.html

http://www.trcelectronics.com/48-volt-power-supplies-mid-external.1.shtml

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I am going to retrofit

by abmullins In reply to It would appear that it n ...

Thanks for the advice and as you indicate the dc power suppy can be retrofitted with an ac power supply.

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