Netgear Optimal Redundant PSU
Provides seamless redundant power to NETGEAR Gigabit Managed Switches ;
GSM72xx – GSM72xxPS – GSM73xxS
Features Optimal Power® RPS unit certified by NETGEAR
Provides seamless redundant power to NETGEAR Gigabit Managed Switches
GSM7224 / GSM7248
GSM7228PS / GSM7252PS (provides 290W PoE budget)
GSM7328S / GSM7352S / GSM7328FS
Includes DC Power Cable for the Switch RPS connector
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|Max. Power Consumption||300 W|
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|Dimensions (WxHxD)||482.6 x 45.4 x 307.8 mm|
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