Talk:optiPoint power supply and PoE classes
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Davide, I would prefer having a reference to the already existing order number documents instead of giving the power supply numbers here one by one, e.g. we might change the HW, hence creating new order numbers. Then it is difficult to maintain proper information here. regards --Christian.kaehler 21:51, 10 December 2006 (CET)
I'm sorry Christian, I agree 100% with your thinking.
I didn't think about a such (possible) event.
I removed the Part Numbers reference immediately leaving only country variants as key differentiators for all the IP workpoint families.
I would place links to existing documentation and/or wiki pages, please help me in doing so if, in your opinion, could be an helpful information.
I'm still learning how to write valuable informations without adding dangerous complexity...it's not simple at all.
Thanks and very kind regards
--Kimera 22:47, 10 December 2006 (CET)
Davide, we appreciate your contributions to this site very much and I am glad to support your efforts by reading new information from a "user perspective". I'll take care on the reference to the order number documents. kind regards --Christian.kaehler 10:56, 12 December 2006 (CET)
I added OpenStage phone family to the list of phones supporting PoE.
Should we now add available informations such as OpenStage PoE Class or AC/DC indoor power adapter here or, better, create a similar page for OpenStage families (since the existing title has the word optiPoint and shoul be changed accrodingly) ?
I think they should be identified as PoE Class 3 devices (especially if they work with attached pheriperal devices such as key modules or USB devices).
I haven't many detailed informations about so what do you think ?
--Kimera 15:18, 20 December 2006 (CET)
OpenStage are Class 3 except for the OpenStage 20, as read in Datasheet.
Please note also that they work on 802.3af, type A (2 pairs, 1-2, 3-6 cabling scheme) --Aghisoli 18:42, 21 June 2007 (CEST)