On 1/07/2008, at 11:47 AM, Andrew Hooper wrote:
Heck you can even get 3000AH 12V Disposable Cells
these days. And no
not make a mistake. That is 3KAH. When you work that into what a
draws (1.2AH) or there about that's a heck of a long time.
Even the new generation deep cycles these days have a cyclic life of
to 10 years.
"Routers" require 1.2A at 12VDC?
My little Soekris boxes draw that, roughly, or at least that's what
they say they need from a PSU. Anyway, same ballpark. They are not big
routers, infact, they are very very small routers. They do no have fans.
A Cisco 2600 has a 600W PSU. That's roughly 2.5A at 240V. At 12V
A Cisco 2600 is a very very small router, one step above a home office
router, I suppose.
ps. yes I know they don't always eat 600W. A 2600 is also a very small
router, I doubt Vector have any in the path of customer frames. I
can't be bothered going and getting power requirements for bigger boxes.