Netgear Optimal Redundant PSU

Netgear Optimal Power Ext Redundant Power Supply to NETGEAR Gigabit Managed Switches

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Scan code: LN40043 Manufacturer code: RPS5412-100EUS Request call
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Product Overview Optimal Power® RPS unit certified by NETGEAR

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
Specifications
Specifications
Edition  
Network Ports  
PoE Ports  
Other Ports  
Built-in Memory  
Bandwidth  
Network Protocols  
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)  
Acoustic Noise  
Max. Power Consumption 300 W
Dimensions (WxHxD) 482.6 x 45.4 x 307.8 mm
Weight 5.239 kg
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