The D-Link 500 Watt Redundant Power Supply (DPS-600) is designed to deliver the power required to guarantee that your D-Link switch (such as the DES-3828P and the DXS-3227P) and all attached Power over Ethernet (PoE) devices will remain active in the case of a single inadvertent internal power supply failure.
The failure of an internal power supply in a switch can cause network and device downtime, which translates into inefficiency. The DPS-600 provides a safety net against this problem by utilizing an integrated detection circuit to continuously monitor the switching devices internal power supply. In the event of a power interruption or failure, the redundant power supply will immediately be triggered to supply power to the switch and any attached devices.
The deployment of the DPS-600 to an Ethernet switch does not require any changes in the configuration of your network. This device can be connected to any AC main power source from 90VAC to 264VAC and 47Hz to 63Hz through a standard three-pronged AC power cable. This 500 Watt Redundant Power Supply is also rackmountable, enabling you to place it near the switch.
D-link is a networking equipment industry. It is a worldwide leading designer, developer and manufacturer of both networking and connectivity products. The products are usually for mass consumption, small businesses, medium businesses and enterprise market segments. It is a Taiwanese multinational company which was founded in March 1986 under the name Datex Systems INC. The company later changed its name to D-link corporations in the year 1994.
The company’s headquarters is located in Sinhu 3rd road, Neihu district, Taipei, Taiwan. D-link also has offices and regional headquarters in France, Spain, Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, Russia, Norway, Sweden, Turkey, Netherlands, japan, Vietnam, Singapore and over 90 more countries. Their products are wireless access points, storage, switches, hubs, routers, IP cameras and DSL / cable gateways. The company can be contacted by phone on the numbers 886-2-6600-0123 or fax 886-2-6600-9898.