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CATALYST 6500 3000W AC
3584,90 €
incl. 24% VAT
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Posti Parcel Point6,90 €
Postal Parcel9,50 €
Parcel to the Doorstep14,30 €
Home Delivered Parcel20,60 €
Matkahuolto Near Parcel8,80 €
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CISCO
WS-CAC-3000W=
3 months
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Specifications
Energy management
Power Factor Correction (PFC) typeActive
AC input frequency50 - 60
AC input voltage110 - 220
Total power3000 W
Other features
Minimum system requirements-Minimum Catalyst OS 7.5(1).
-Recommended Catalyst OS 7.6(12).
-Minimum Cisco IOS Software Release (12.1E Train) 12.1(13)E.
-Recommended Cisco IOS Software Release (12.1E Train) 12.1(26)E1.
-Minimum Cisco IOS Software Release (12.2S Train) 12.2(14)SX.
-Recommended Cisco IOS Software Release (12.2S Train) 12.2(17d)SXB8.
Performance
CompatibilityCatalyst 6500
PurposeNetwork switch
Features
Colour of productBlack
Product typePower supply
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Description

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