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RB133 with High Power MiniPCIs

Thu Oct 04, 2007 4:24 pm

Hello Guys,

Please share your review or comment while using RB133 with 3 High Power MiniPCI (let's say 3 pcs of R52H or 3pcs of XR2). And what about the specification of power supply we need ? to get the maximum performance.

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Re: RB133 with High Power MiniPCIs

Thu Oct 04, 2007 5:32 pm

U can use 48V 2A power supply
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Re: RB133 with High Power MiniPCIs

Fri Oct 05, 2007 6:38 am

Hello Guys,

Please share your review or comment while using RB133 with 3 High Power MiniPCI (let's say 3 pcs of R52H or 3pcs of XR2). And what about the specification of power supply we need ? to get the maximum performance.

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do yourself a favor... if you're trying to run multiple radio's, espicially high powered ones, use a board with a faster processor then a 100 series board. use a 532 or a 333. you need the CPU power if you're doing alot of wireless.
 
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Re: RB133 with High Power MiniPCIs

Fri Oct 05, 2007 1:16 pm

U can use 48V 2A power supply
.... Bzzzzzt.... there goes your board, up in smoke ....

Seriously, don't apply 48V to that board !
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Re: RB133 with High Power MiniPCIs

Tue Nov 06, 2007 11:31 pm

Dont use 48v on routerboard 133, only the old boards are capable to work with 48v, your routerboard works fine with 24v 1-2 amp


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Re: RB133 with High Power MiniPCIs

Wed Nov 07, 2007 2:28 pm

The Rb133 has overvoltage protection built in and will not fry when 48vdc POE is applied. It will just not power up.

As for the original question, I have several Rb133 with 3 SR9 running. They perform just fine. I am in the process of replacing the SR9's with XR9's and they are performing fine also. As others have stated, the processor is where the bottleneck occurs. Since 900 mhz is a last resort for my network, I do not have that many customers running on 900 mhz. So, the RB133 works for me.

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