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{{#ifeq: {{{series}}} | TRB2xx  
 
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| The gateway has 16 pin terminal block connector, which pins 1 (positive) and 9 (negative) are used to power by a 9-30 VDC power supply unit (PSU). Refer to the table below for the 16 pin connector pinout information
 
| The gateway has 16 pin terminal block connector, which pins 1 (positive) and 9 (negative) are used to power by a 9-30 VDC power supply unit (PSU). Refer to the table below for the 16 pin connector pinout information
| The {{#ifeq: {{{series}}} | TRB14x | gateway| router }} has a 4 pin power socket and can be powered by a <b>{{#ifeq:{{{series}}}|RUTX|9-50 VDC|9-30 VDC}}</b> power supply unit (PSU). Refer to the image below for the power socket's pinout information:
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| The {{#ifeq: {{{series}}} | TRB14x | gateway| router }} has a 4 pin power socket and can be powered by a <b>{{#switch:{{{series}}}|RUTX=9-50 VDC|RUT30X=7-30 VDC|TCR1=12 VDC|9-30 VDC}}</b> power supply unit (PSU). Refer to the image below for the power socket's pinout information:
 
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| RUT2xx = {{Template: Networking_rutxxx_manual_power_socket_pinout}}
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| RUT9xx = {{Template: Networking_rutxxx_manual_power_socket_pinout}}
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| TRB1xx = {{Template: Networking_rutxxx_manual_power_socket_pinout}}
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    |file_power_socket={{{file_power_socket}}}
          | {{Template: Networking_{{lc:{{{series}}}}}_manual_power_socket_pinout|file_power_socket={{{file_power_socket}}}}}
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If you decide not to use the standard {{#switch:{{{series}}}|RUTX=9 VDC|TCR1=12 VDC| 9 VDC}} wall adapter and want to power the device from a higher voltage ({{#ifeq:{{{series}}}|RUTX|15-50 VDC|15-30 VDC}}), please make sure that you choose a power supply of high quality. Some power supplies can produce voltage peaks significantly higher than the declared output voltage, especially during connection and disconnection.
If you decide not to use the standard {{#ifeq:{{{series}}}|RUTX|12 VDC|9 VDC}} wall adapter and want to power the device from a higher voltage ({{#ifeq:{{{series}}}|RUTX|15-50 VDC|15-30 VDC}}), please make sure that you choose a power supply of high quality. Some power supplies can produce voltage peaks significantly higher than the declared output voltage, especially during connection and disconnection.
 
  
 
While the device is designed to accept input voltage of up to {{#ifeq:{{{series}}}|RUTX|50|30}} VDC peaks, high voltage power supplies can harm the device. If you want to use high voltage power supplies it is recommended to also use additional safety equipment to suppress voltage peaks from the power supply.
 
While the device is designed to accept input voltage of up to {{#ifeq:{{{series}}}|RUTX|50|30}} VDC peaks, high voltage power supplies can harm the device. If you want to use high voltage power supplies it is recommended to also use additional safety equipment to suppress voltage peaks from the power supply.

Latest revision as of 09:37, 7 October 2021

Power socket

The router has a 4 pin power socket and can be powered by a 9-30 VDC power supply unit (PSU). Refer to the image below for the power socket's pinout information:

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   |file_power_socket={{{file_power_socket}}}
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If you decide not to use the standard 9 VDC wall adapter and want to power the device from a higher voltage (15-30 VDC), please make sure that you choose a power supply of high quality. Some power supplies can produce voltage peaks significantly higher than the declared output voltage, especially during connection and disconnection.

While the device is designed to accept input voltage of up to 30 VDC peaks, high voltage power supplies can harm the device. If you want to use high voltage power supplies it is recommended to also use additional safety equipment to suppress voltage peaks from the power supply.