UCM6300/A Series – Power Consumption

This document is a technical bulletin describing power consumption details for UCM63xx IPPBX Series.

UCM6xxx IPPBX series can be powered via

  • Universal power supply: Input AC 100-240VAC 50/60Hz; Output 12VDC, 1.5A
  • PoE: IEEE802.3af

TEST CONDITION TERMINOLOGY

The following test condition terminology was used in table 1.

  • Idle State
    1. The IPPBX has completed the boot-up process.
    2. The SIP application is running PCMA codec with SRTP.
    3. No call state established or incoming ring.
  • Work State
    1. The IPPBX is setup as described in the Idle State.
    2. The maximum number of calls are established for each Unit Under Test (UUT).
    3. USB port loaded at 200mA.
  • Power Not To Exceed
    1. 1REN loaded on each FXS port of UUT and ring established.
    2. USB port loaded at 500mA.

Power Dissipation

Product

Power Adapter (12VDC)

PoE (48VDC)

Class Advertisement (IEEE 802.3af)

Idle State

Work State

Power Not To Exceed

Idle State

Work State

Power Not to Exceed

Power

(W)

Power

(W)

FXS Port Loaded

Power

(W)

Power

(W)

Power

(W)

FXS Port Loaded

Power

(W)

UCM6300 Series

UCM6301

6.20

11.10

America

13.10

7.80

13.10

America

16.20

4

UCM6302

6.30

11.50

America

13.20

7.80

13.70

America

16.50

4

UCM6304

9.30

16.72

America

18.75

10.62

17.97

America

20.47

4

UCM6308

9.69

21.09

America

22.81

10.94

23.44

America

24.73

4

UCM6300 Audio Series

UCM6300A

6.10

9.80

/

12.80

7.50

12.40

/

15.50

4

UCM6302A

6.20

11.30

 America

13.10

7.70

13.50

 America

16.30

4

UCM6304A

9.22

12.90

 America

15.50

10.50

15.80

America

19.10

4

UCM6308A

9.40

20.10

 America

22.70

10.80

21.80

America

24.40

4

Table 1: Power Dissipation and Advertisement

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