Ordering information for a Cisco switch

Dear Experts,

We want to order a Cisco switch WS-C4948E and I want to make sure that it comes with 1+1 AC power supplies to ensure redundancy.

Are the following details sufficient for the supplier : WS-C4948E Catalyst4948E. opt sw. 48-Port 10/100/1000+ 4 SFP+ or is there something else I need to mention?

Thanks for your assistance.
ydleauAsked:
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Michael-BestCommented:
You should supply the Part Number
Read:
"Ordering Information"
Table 3 provides ordering information for the Cisco Catalyst 4948E
Link:
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/catalyst-4948e-ethernet-switch/product_bulletin_c25-600212.html
RafaelCommented:
If you go to Cisco's web site and go through the ordering process it will help you to make sure all dependencies are included.   Don't worry you don't have to purchase online but it will get you the part numbers and validate what you're wanting to purchase. This helps catch anything you missed as well as saving it for future reference.

The link is https://apps.cisco.com/Commerce/guest

Give it a try.
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-HTH
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ydleauAuthor Commented:
Dear Michael & Rafael,

I have followed both links, but it doesn't tell clearly what I need.

There is actually nothing in the list which tells if the swicth has two redudant power supplies or not.

Additionnal details on this regard will be much appreciated.

Thanks
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RafaelCommented:
By default the switch will come with one power supply as the second is optional.  See http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/switches/catalyst-4948e-ethernet-switch/index.html. This tells you that it comes with one and the second is optional.

You would have to add in the one you're requesting from the previous link. See the attached picture.
power-2.png
Michael-BestCommented:
From the info. you gave:
"WS-C4948E Catalyst4948E. opt sw. 48-Port 10/100/1000+ 4 SFP+"

Go to the link I first gave,
Table 3 shows for that Cisco Switch the naming is:  
Catalyst 4948E 48x 10/100/1000(RJ45)+4*10GbE(SFP+), opt sw, no p/s
The Part Number is WS-C4948E


Power redundancy: 1+1 AC or DC

The back of the WS-C4948E has two AC power cord receptacle plugs (standard and redundancy) and you can plug the redundancy cord direct into the AC of your UPS (uninterruptible power source) also you can use DC battery redundancy.
The WS-C4948E comes with one AC cord and for redundancy you need a second AC cord.
Table 3 shows for Cisco Switch:
Power Cables
(guessing your power is 110V North America)
AC Power cord, 110V North America, Japan
The Part Number is CAB-US515-C15-US(=)

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ydleauAuthor Commented:
Thanks to both of you.
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