Wide Range Voltage Equipment
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||Minimum Voltage||Maximum Voltage||Comments||Actually used by|
|StarTech||ST7300USBME||USB Hub / Charger||7V||48V||Worked nicely at CCCamp 2019||User:Chewie|
|TRENDnet||TI-G102 (v1.0R)||Gigabit Switch||12V||56V||10x 1GB, 2 x SFP, dual power input + alarm|
|TRENDnet||TI-PG62B||Gigabit Switch||12V||56V||4x 1GB PoE+, 2 x SPF, dual power input + alarm|
|SystemBase||SG-2021DIL||Serial->LAN Converter||12V||48V||Other Models are available with more or fewer ports|
|Meanwell||SD-350||DC-DC Converter||36||72||350W 5/12/24/48V output||User:Teun|
|Mikrotik||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|