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Redundant Power Supplies

D-Link’s Redundant Power Supplies (RPS) provide your switches with a backup power source to keep your network up and running with zero downtime. Our RPS models provide up to 589 Watts and are rack-mountable, making them ideal for power-hungry applications like Power over Ethernet.
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60 Watt Redundant Power Supply for D-Link Managed Switches

The DPS-200A redundant power supply (RPS) are designed to conform to the wattage requirements of D-Link’s Ethernet and Gigabit switches. It is an external RPS unit enclosed in solid metal cases with sockets to connect to an AC power sources on one end and to connect to a switch’s internal power supply on the other end. They provide a low-cost, simple solution to the problem of an inadvertent failure of the internal power-supply of an Ethernet switch, which can result in the shutdown of that switch, the devices attached to its ports or an entire network.

60W redundant Power Supply, fristående eller monterat i DPS-900-chassi



The DPS-200 is the backup Redundant Power Supply for the DES-3010PA. When the DES-3010PA is equipped with the DPS-200, both power supplies are switched on and share the current load. In case the power supply of the DES-3010PA should fail, the DPS-200 will instantaneously take 100% of the load without any loss.

140W redundant Power Supply, fristående eller monterat i DPS-900-chassi



  • Redundant Power Supply for xStack DES, DGS Series

589 Watt Redundant Power Supply for D-Link Managed Switches



  • Redundant Power Supply keeps your switch online in case of Power Supply Failure
  • 1+1 PoE Budget, allowing you to extend your PoE budget by 370 Watts on supported switches
  • Rack Mountable for ease of installation

Redundant kraftaggregat till DMC-1000


DMC-1001 är ett redundant kraftaggregat till mediakonverterarchassit DMC-1000.

Redundant Power Supply 2-bay chassis


The DPS-800 chassis can hold two DPS-200, DPS-300 or DPS-500/500DC and is useful for adding a few RPS to the equipment rack. Using the chassis, users can save space, while their cabling will look neat. The chassis are not equipped with any power supply of their own. All redundant power supply units installed in the chassis will connect directly to their power source. As they are independent units, they are hot-swappable when used with the chassis.