DP750/DP720 - Power Consumption

  • Updated on December 22, 2021

POWER DISSIPATION

Table 1: Power Dissipation and Advertisement

Product

Power  Adapter (5.12VDC)

PoE (46.9VDC)

Class Advertisement (IEEE 802.3af)

Idle State

(W)

Work State

(W)

Power Not to Exceed

(W)

Idle State

(W)

Work State

(W)

Power Not to Exceed

(W)

DP750

0.791

0.897

1.147

1.308

1.448

1.815

DP720

0.006

0.094

0.598

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

PD POWER CLASSIFICATION

Class

Usage

Max Power Range used by the PD (phone)

0

Default

0.44 to 12.95W

1

Optional

0.44 to 3.84W

2

Optional

3.84 to 6.49W

3

Optional

6.49 to 12.95W

4

Not Allowed

Reserved for future use

(for example: IEEE802.3AF)

TEST CONDITION TERMINOLOGY

The following test condition terminology was used in Table 1.

Idle State

DECT Base Station:

– The base has boot-up, and with one registered handset in idle state.

– Connect to the LAN network.

– There was no call state established.

DECT Handset:

– Keep the screen dark.

– Register to Base Station and keep connected

Work State

DECT Base Station:

– The base running IP call with one handset registered.

– The handset set the maximum volume during the IP call.

DECT Handset:

– Keep the screen dark and run IP call.

– The handset set the maximum volume during the IP call.

Power Not Exceed

DECT Base Station:

– 5 handsets are registered to the base, and 4 handsets were running four lines IP call at same time.

– The handsets set the maximum volume during IP call.

DECT Handset:

– Ringing with maximum volume.

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