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What Is a Redundant Power Supply?

What Is a Redundant Power Supply?

... and why do we need it? The redundant power supply is a kind of power supply used in the switch...

The redundant power supply is a kind of power supply used in the switch. It is composed of two identical power supplies. Each of the power supplies will have the capacity to run the device on its own, which will allow it to operate even if one goes down. The redundant power supply is important for switches and other highly keys devices, to minimize the chance of a complete shutdown or failure. The switch between the power supplies is seamless, so as not to interrupt the normal use of the device. The S5750E switches series support now 48VDC redundant power input. Check now.

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