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Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system

Tue Jun 14, 2022 3:52 am

Hi everyone!

I am asking about if Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced with plugging directly into a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system (≥2000 Sets DC 12v USB 5V home house 60w portable indoor solar power lights)?
But, once I tried unplugging the Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 and plugging it into a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system, I found that Mikrotik router didn't work (did not power on at all)

I need to make router to be running over a solar home system .

On the other hand, when unplugging 12.V 1.5A TP-Link router, and plugging it using a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system, the TP-Link router worked well.

How can I make Mikrotik Router 24v 1.2A Power Supply be running via plugging it to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system ?
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Re: Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system

Tue Jun 14, 2022 3:56 am

you dont say your mikrotik router exact reference/model
 
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Re: Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system

Tue Jun 14, 2022 4:04 am

you dont say your mikrotik router exact reference/model
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Model:SAW30-240-1200 UK
 
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Re: Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system

Tue Jun 14, 2022 8:49 am

@chechito asked about router model, not power supply.

Different router models accept different input voltage ranges, some can accept as low as 8V (or even down to 5V over USB), some require much higher voltages. There are many models that can take 12V power supply ... but might or might not be able to go lower (e.g. 11.1V).
 
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Re: Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system

Wed Jun 15, 2022 8:21 am

Check the specifications of your device on the manufacturer's website.https://mikrotik.com/products
If the device cannot be powered below 12V, you will need a step-up converter DC-DC https://www.amazon.com/BYBYCD-Step-up-C ... B07XRP6XGJ
 
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Re: Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system

Sat Sep 17, 2022 1:26 am

Thanks a lot,
This is my MikroTik model No and TP link model No
 
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Re: Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system

Sat Sep 17, 2022 1:44 am

Moderator: stop quoting whole threads
Thanks a lot,
This is my MikroTik model No and TP link model No
MikroTik FCCE

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and 2)this device must accept any Interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

RB2011UIAS-2HnD-IN

This is for TP-Link
TP-LINK®

300Mbps Wireless N USB ADSL2+ Modem Router

Model No.: TD-W8968

Default Settings:

Serial

Number

Power: 12V = 1.5A IP: 192.168.1.1 FC

Usemame admin Password: admin

MAC

REHS N28505 C€ 1588

Address

Model: TD-W8968

S/N 12879303360

Ver: 10

AOF3C185B7FC

PIN

81846061

MADE IN CHINA

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Re: Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system

Sat Sep 17, 2022 1:45 am

What are you doing?
 
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Re: Mikrotik 24v 1.2A Power Supply - 24V1.2 can be replaced to a port of DC 11.1V output of a solar home system

Sat Sep 17, 2022 9:56 am

Do not expect any better answer from acooperator.

He will be repeating same information again and again. You ask for MT model, he answers with TP-Link model and it's serial number

I do not know how anyone could expect that plugging MT PSU which is 230V AC -> 12V/24 DC converter (depend on model) to 11.1V DC socket could make it work. Some could expect that connecting 12V DC device directly to 11.1V DC solar instalation could work as it is more or less same voltage.
But how 230V AC PSU device is expected to work? No idea. Even if the solution is provided to acooperator he does not try to understand the answer and "connecting the points". Lack of basic knowledge on "How the electricty works" topic does not help.

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