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Fiber verus Carrier remote Power Supply

Fiber verus Carrier remote Power Supply

Fiber verus Carrier remote Power Supply

The cabinet is the same PART# NT1P60, but the power supply for a carrier remote cabinet according to the carrier remote NTP is NTAK04. I am converting a fiber remote cabinet which currently has a NTDK70 power supply to a carrier remote. I am supposed to use the same cabinet, cards, AND power supply. The Fiber Remote NTP does not reference a specific part number for the power supply. I did get the new Carrier remote card and T1 module to replace the fiber card so I am okay there.

Should I be worried about the power supply and make sure I use a NTAK04 and NOT use the existing NTDK70?


RE: Fiber verus Carrier remote Power Supply

I wouldn't be worried about it. Those power supplies are interchangeable in the normal Option 11 cabinets so I don't see why they wouldn't be interchangeable in a remote cabinet.

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