6943Re: [nslu2-general] Re: Broken NSLU2 Hardware - USB Power broken?
- Nov 29, 2007Am 28.11.2007 um 19:23 schrieb Robert Hammond:
> I have some details that will hopefully shorten your search for theThanks, but some quick research indicates that getting a fix on
> correct power supply.
> The correct Linksys power supply is available from retailers, It's the
> same power supply as used by at least one of the Linksys IP phones.
> These phones are supplied without a power supply because they assume
> that most users will use power over Ethernet. Because of this they
> are available as a separate purchase.
> I believe that the part number is PA100 5volts at 2amps switched mode.
(at least in Germany) is going to be far more painful than just
generic 5V/2A PSU and hooking that up. I'll just make sure I get one
5.5x2.5mm jack included (most come with an assortment of exchangeable DC
jacks) and if all else fails I can still solder the old connector to
the new PSU.
I actually have a spare POE splitter lying around that, being a
Linksys product as
well, might do the trick nicely. Alas the only POE source I have is a
POE injector which I need for my VoIP phone. Plus, a POE switch is
going to set me
back by a much greater amount than a new PSU, but I digress.
 I can only guess that you are referring to the PSU for the
Linksys One, which
they don't have in their German product portfolio.
Eike Michael Lang
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