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HP ProCurve 2520 Planning And Implementation Manual: Hp Procurve 3500yl-48g-pwr Configuration

Procurve power over ethernet (poe/poe+).
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Planning and Implementation for the 3500yl Switches
Planning Your PoE or PoE+ Configuration

HP ProCurve 3500yl-48G-PWR Configuration

PoE power requirements are figured differently for the 3500yl-48G-PWR
switch. In the default configuration PoE power priority is determined by port
number, with the lowest numbered port (port 1) having the highest priority,
and the highest numbered port (port 48) having the lowest priority.
N o t e
It is the ports configured with the highest priority of either bank (1-24 or 25-
48) that will receive PoE power first. For example, if the highest priority ports
have been re-configured to be 23, 24 and 47, 48, then they will receive PoE
power before the lower priority ports.
All 25 ports can receive up to 15.4
watts of PoE power
Figure 9-3. Example of a 3500yl-48G-PWR Switch
Internal PoE
Power
Supply
For example, the switch starts with 398 watts. Then it reserves 22 watts per
bank leaving 354 watts total for allocation. If ports 1-24 are chosen to be used
then the 22 watts that was held in reserve for that bank of ports will be added
back in for a total of 376 watts.
9-4
or
Source of
Watts
Power
Available
398
25 @ average 15.4 W each
48 @ average 7.5 W each
48 @ average 4.0 W each
The lowest loaded bank of ports (1-24 or 25-48) has 22 watts reserved.
That power is available for use by the two highest priority ports in the
bank, (in a default configuration ports 1 and 2, or 25 and 26).
48 ports can receive up to 7.5
watts of PoE power
# of Ports Powered and
Average watts/Port
Powered and Average watts/
None
Redundant # of Ports
Port

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