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    Junior Member gmcknight is on a distinguished road
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    Specifications and Sizing of Solar Panel for CPE 510

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    I am setting up four locations for the CPE 510 and two of the spots will require off the grid power. My understanding is that the units draw 10.5 Watts and they run on DC power. Has anyone setup off the grid power for their locations only for a single unit.
    My base station has 500 watts, controller, inverter etc and the Mesh network uses only a fraction of this power. I am looking for a standalone solution


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    Hi. Hope this helps (picture attached)
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  3. #3
    Setup off the grid power at your own risk!!

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    What's the hardware version on your CPE510?
    You may buy a POE injector with Voltage range: 16-27VDC,and power would be 1A.


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