What is the Max Power Consumption of a Synced ePMP 2000?

Hello thanks in advance for any help... we need to know the maximum power required for a ePMP 2000 to keep working during a power outtage, this is for designing an energy backup system.

I've read this but i want to confirm.

"Just looked at the spec sheet of ePMP 200.
44 to 59V, 20W max."


@NetBrowser wrote:

Hello thanks in advance for any help... we need to know the maximum power required for a ePMP 2000 to keep working during a power outtage, this is for designing an energy backup system.

I've read this but i want to confirm.

"Just looked at the spec sheet of ePMP 200.
44 to 59V, 20W max."


You are going to pull about 15watts just about under all circumstances and if you design for 20W you will be well covered. 

The specifications indicate 20W -Correct, but from practice we usally add other variables, the 20W is the Max power at the radio end. As our rule of thumb , we always add  an extra 5W during our power budget  design. This is to take care of power transmission losses between the POE end and the radio end, Note that if you use poor qualty ethernet cable it will suck more via transmission losses