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    What is the maximum power consumption of a Linksys SLM2024-G5 switch

    We are looking to protect our switch cabinet with a UPS. We have the BT box, Router and three switches in it; the best switch is a Linksys SLM2024-G5 the other two being unmanaged 10/100's.

    I'm talking to APC for advice on which UPS would be best (looking to also add a Dell T300 server to it) but so far I have been unable to find out / work out how much power the switches would draw. Can anyone share some experience on this please.

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    The only reference to its power requirements that I can find are:
    Power: Internal Power, 100-240V
    It even says that in the manual and on the official spec sheet. I think that your best bet would be to get one of those power monitoring gizmos to check it manually while running and then multiply it by four for safety.

    Gizmo: http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?...8343&doy=27m6D

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