Power the Access Point On
You can power the access point (AP) on by plugging one end of the Ethernet cable into the PoE switch or injector and the other end into the Ethernet/PoE port on the AP. Ensure the PoE source you are using is turned on.
As an alternative to PoE, you can insert a compatible power adaptor plug into an AC power outlet and the other end into the power input port on the AP.
Using the Access Point with Power Adapter
Use a compatible power adaptor (Arista SKU: PWR-AP-W4) to power the AP.
Warning: The C-330 AP is intended to be supplied with UL-listed PoE power source suitable for use at 40ºC, and whose output meets LPS requirements or PS2, with a rating of 48V DC (0.5A minimum). If you are not using PoE+, ensure that you use only an AC power adaptor supported by the AP . This product is intended to be supplied by a Listed Direct Plug-In Power Unit marked “Class 2”, Listed Power Adapter or DC power source marked “L.P.S.” (or “Limited Power Source”) and rated from 12 V DC, 2.5A minimum.To power up the device with power adapter, perform the following steps:
- Plug the power cable into the DC power receptacle at the rear of the AP.
- Plug the other end of the power cable into an 110V~240V 50/60 Hz AC power source.
- Wait until the AP is ready. Refer to the LED status table.