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| StarTech || [https://www.startech.com/uk/Cards-Adapters/USB-3.0/Hubs/~ST7300USBME ST7300USBME] || USB Hub / Charger || 7V || 48V || Worked nicely at CCCamp 2019|| [[User:Chewie]]
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| StarTech || [https://www.startech.com/uk/Cards-Adapters/USB-3.0/Hubs/~ST7300USBME ST7300USBME] || USB Hub / Charger || 7V || 48V || ? || 350W ? || Worked nicely at [[CCCamp 2019 - Chewie's Setup|CCCamp 2019]]|| [[User:Chewie]]
 
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| TRENDnet || [https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/A1cHD8nc9FL.pdf TI-G102 (v1.0R)] || Gigabit Switch || 12V || 56V || 10x 1GB, 2 x SFP, dual power input + alarm ||  
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| SystemBase || [https://www.sysbas.com/en/portfolio-item/sg-2021dilall/ SG-2021DIL] || Serial->LAN Converter || 12V || 48V || 2W || 2W || Other Models are available with more or fewer ports||  
 
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| TRENDnet || [https://www.trendnet.com/products/industrial-fiber-switches/TI-PG62B TI-PG62B] || Gigabit Switch || 12V || 56V || 4x 1GB PoE+, 2 x SPF, dual power input + alarm ||  
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| TRENDnet || [https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/A1cHD8nc9FL.pdf TI-G102 (v1.0R)] || Gigabit Switch || 12V || 56V || 5.76W || 5.76W || 10x 1GB, 2 x SFP, dual power input + alarm ||  
 
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| SystemBase || [https://www.sysbas.com/en/portfolio-item/sg-2021dilall/ SG-2021DIL] || Serial->LAN Converter || 12V || 48V || Other Models are available with more or fewer ports||  
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| TRENDnet || [https://www.trendnet.com/products/industrial-fiber-switches/TI-PG62B TI-PG62B] || Gigabit Switch || 12V || 56V || 5.76W || 120W || 4x 1GB PoE+, 2 x SPF, dual power input + alarm ||  
 
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| Meanwell || [https://www.meanwell.com/Upload/PDF/SD-350/SD-350-SPEC.PDF SD-350] || DC-DC Converter || 36 || 72 || 350W 5/12/24/48V output || [[User:Teun]]
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| Moxa || [https://www.moxa.com/getmedia/5a5f5549-492c-4f37-ab04-9380399b8b59/moxa-eds-2008-el-series-datasheet-v1.2.pdf EDS-2008-EL] || Ethernet Switch || 9.6V || 60V || 3W || 3W || 8x Fast Ethernet or 1x Multi-Mode + 7FE, dual power input + alarm
 
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| Mikrotik || [https://mikrotik.com/product/rb450gx4 RB-450Gx4] || PoE Gigabit Router || 10 || 57 || 5x 1Gb (1x 802.3at in, 1x PoE passthrough), 1x RS232, 2x DC input. 4x716MHz, 1G RAM, 512M Flash || [[User:Teun]]
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| Mikrotik || [https://mikrotik.com/product/rb450gx4 RB-450Gx4] || PoE Gigabit Router || 10V || 57V || 4W || 16W || 5x 1Gb (1x 802.3at in, 1x PoE passthrough), 1x RS232, 2x DC input. 4x716MHz, 1G RAM, 512M Flash || [[User:Teun]]
 
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| Meanwell || [https://www.meanwell.com/Upload/PDF/SD-350/SD-350-SPEC.PDF SD-350C] || DC-DC Converter || 36V || 72V || 5W? || 350W || 1x 4.5~5.5V/60A, 11~16V/27.5A, 23~30V/14.6A or 43~53V/7.3A output || [[User:Teun]]
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| Meanwell || [https://www.meanwell.com/Upload/PDF/LDD-H/LDD-H-SPEC.PDF LDD-H series] || DC-DC LED Driver || 9V || 56V || 2W || 56W || Models with 300~1000mA CC, Vout: 2V~(Vin-3V). PWM (open collector/5V) in: 0.1~1KHz ||
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| Victron || [https://www.victronenergy.com/upload/documents/Datasheet-Orion-Tr-DC-DC-converters-isolated-100-250-400W-EN.pdf Orion-TR 48] || DC-DC Converter || 32V || 70V || 5W || 320W || Models with 10~15V, 20~30V, 40~60V Isolated ||
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| Victron || [https://www.victronenergy.com/upload/documents/MultiPlus-II-to-MultiGrid-and-MultiPlus-comparison-EN.pdf Multiplus/-grid] || DC-AC Inverter/Charger || 38V || 66V || 25W || 5000W || Inverter/Charger with grid synchronisation || [[User:Teun]]
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Latest revision as of 01:22, 20 January 2021

This is the start of a list for potential equipment that can handle a wide range of voltages. I suggest that equipment is selected to have a wide voltage range so that power surges or brownouts don't cause equipment failure.

Please add to the list, mentioning whether you have actually used the equipment, and whether it was any good.

Make Model Type Min. Voltage Max. Voltage Min. Power Max. Power Comments Actually used by
StarTech ST7300USBME USB Hub / Charger 7V 48V ? 350W ? Worked nicely at CCCamp 2019 User:Chewie
SystemBase SG-2021DIL Serial->LAN Converter 12V 48V 2W 2W Other Models are available with more or fewer ports
TRENDnet TI-G102 (v1.0R) Gigabit Switch 12V 56V 5.76W 5.76W 10x 1GB, 2 x SFP, dual power input + alarm
TRENDnet TI-PG62B Gigabit Switch 12V 56V 5.76W 120W 4x 1GB PoE+, 2 x SPF, dual power input + alarm
Moxa EDS-2008-EL Ethernet Switch 9.6V 60V 3W 3W 8x Fast Ethernet or 1x Multi-Mode + 7FE, dual power input + alarm
Mikrotik RB-450Gx4 PoE Gigabit Router 10V 57V 4W 16W 5x 1Gb (1x 802.3at in, 1x PoE passthrough), 1x RS232, 2x DC input. 4x716MHz, 1G RAM, 512M Flash User:Teun
Meanwell SD-350C DC-DC Converter 36V 72V 5W? 350W 1x 4.5~5.5V/60A, 11~16V/27.5A, 23~30V/14.6A or 43~53V/7.3A output User:Teun
Meanwell LDD-H series DC-DC LED Driver 9V 56V 2W 56W Models with 300~1000mA CC, Vout: 2V~(Vin-3V). PWM (open collector/5V) in: 0.1~1KHz
Victron Orion-TR 48 DC-DC Converter 32V 70V 5W 320W Models with 10~15V, 20~30V, 40~60V Isolated
Victron Multiplus/-grid DC-AC Inverter/Charger 38V 66V 25W 5000W Inverter/Charger with grid synchronisation User:Teun
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