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Using the Correct Cable to Install PoE in Cisco 1941 ISR

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Correct Cable to Install PoE in Cisco 1941 ISR

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Correct Cable to Install PoE in Cisco 1941 ISR


This document is to alert the user of the AC cable to use when installing PoE in the Cisco 1941 ISRs.


Caution If you are planning to use PoE, do not use the AC cable that shipped with your router (PN: 37-1027-02), if your AC cable is the one that has the international "do not use" symbol shown in Figure 1. The correct AC cable (PN: 37-1191-01) to use for PoE is shown without the international "do not use" symbol shown in Figure 1.


Note For complete instructions to install PoE in Cisco 1941 ISRs, go to Installing and Upgrading Internal Modules and FRUs in Cisco 1900 Series ISRs.


Figure 1 AC Cable to Use When Installing PoE in Cisco 1941 ISRs

1

Wrong AC cable to use for PoE in the Cisco 1941 ISR (part number: 37-1027-02)1

2

Correct AC cable to use for PoE in the Cisco 1941 ISR (part number: 37-1191-01)2

1 The wrong AC cable has no wire in the last wire bay.

2 The correct AC cable has the fourth black wire moved to the last wire bay.


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