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Ethernet switch


hazcoper1
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Well, it's USB powered which means "somewhere around 5 V". Or, to be a bit more specific, it needs 5 V. It's possible it can use some more extended range of incoming volts than that, but such "experiments" will most likely void warranty.

When it comes to power consumption, I get about 0.1 A idle (not sure if it will really draw anything more than that if traffic is flowing at 100 Mbps on all ports simultaneously at max load).

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