CISCO SYSTEMS AIRACCPMK1520 1520 Series Pole Mount ONLY 1/pkg
Mfr Brand Name: CISCO SYSTEMS Catalog No.: AIRACCPMK1520 Product Name: CISCO SYSTEMS AIRACCPMK1520 1520 SERIES POLE MOUNT ONLY 1/pkg Bin HARDWARE Box Height 9 Box Length 17 Box Width 13 Item 1520 Series Pole Mount ONLY Pkg Qty 1 Initials RS 11/12/2018
CISCO AIR-PWRINJ1500-2= S 414 1520 SERIES POWER INJECTOR CISCO AIR-PWRINJ1500-2= 1520 Series Power over Ethernet Injector
100% Genuine- Computer/Laptop Replacement or Internal partsPart Number: AIR-PWRINJ1500-2= S Output 2 voltage and current [email protected] Pin 4, 5-+56VDC Pin 7, 8-Return Operating temperature -40 to 131 degrees F (-40 to 55 degrees C) Storage temperature -58 to 185 degrees F (-50 to 85 degrees C) Operating humidity 10% to 90% non-condensing Storage humidity 10% to 95% non-condensing Length 8 in.(20.3 cm) Width 4.25 in.(10.8 cm) Height 2.5 in. (6.3 cm)Note:Picture may not match actual product. Please ensure that your original part number matches this exactly, or check with the manufactuer for compatiblity. Customers are responsible for compatiblity.
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Cisco Aironet 1520 LED Lights
Cisco 1520 Series
See what the LEDs do during boot-up and what a properly functioning Unit's LED's should look like (all 4 will be green ).
This short, 3 min video shows the LED sequence and behavior from power up to full boot-up.
Caution: limit your close proxity (less than 6 ft) to the unit while the RF 1 or RF 2 LEDs are on. This means the Radios are transmitting and therefore emitting RF Radiation. ( This is not an opinion, I'm just passing on what I saw in the Cisco Paperwork)
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