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Device Type Watt Comment
AP-350 6,00
AP-1000 with dual radios 9,91
AP-1100 with b or g radio 4,90
AP-1130 with g radio 9,91
AP-1130 with dual radios 12,20
AP-1142N 15,40
AP-1200 with no radio 4,42 Why would you?
AP-1200 with a radio 8,50 RM20A
AP-1200 with a radio 10,14 RM21A
AP-1200 with b radio 6,24
AP-1200 with g radio 6,46
AP-1200 with a+b radio 11,64 RM20A
AP-1200 with a+b radio 12,12 RM21A
AP-1200 with a+g radio 10,95 RM20A
AP-1200 with a+g radio 12,36 RM21A
AP-1240 with a+g radio 15,00
AP-1250 with no radio 9,00 Why would you?
AP-1250 with single radio15,40 2,4 or 5 GHz
AP-1250 with dual radios 18,50
AP-1300 13,00 ?
AP-2602I 15,40
AP-2702I 16,80
AP-3602I 15,40
AP-3702I 16,80
Catalyst 9120AXI 25,50 Observed on Catalyst 2960S
Catalyst 9120AXI 30,00
Catalyst 9130AXI 34,10 Observed on 5 Gbps mGig
CP-7902 6,30
CP-7905 6,30
CP-7906 5,00
CP-7911 5,00
CP-7941G 6,30
CP-7941G-GE 12,90
CP-7961G 6,30
CP-7961G-GE 12,90
CP-7970G 6,30 Otherwise (On Cisco pre-standard switches)
CP-7970G, Full brightness10,25 When sufficient power is available
CP-7971G-GE 15,40 Doesn't work on Cisco pre-standard switches
CP-7985G 12,55 Not full brightness
CP-8831 13,00
IEEE Class 0 15,40
IEEE Class 1 4,00
IEEE Class 2 7,00
IEEE Class 3 15,40

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