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SNE Energy Information

Plume joined the Small Network Equipment Voluntary Agreement (SNE VA) in 2020. This page provides information about the energy consumption of SNE sold directly to consumers by Plume since January 1, 2020. The power measurements herein represent the SNE devices typically configured for use in consumers’ homes, and measured in accordance with the test procedures as specified in the Voluntary Agreement. The energy use of an individual SNE device may vary.

PlumePowerPod (PP302Z)Basic LNEGigE LAN, WiFi(n) LP, WiFi(ac) LP, WiFi above 2x2(2), 802.11n 256 WAM, Bluetooth, PCIe4.00

MAKEMODELBASE TYPEFEATURESIDLE POWER (W)
PlumeSuperPod (PP203X)Basic LNEGigE LAN(2), WiFi(n) LP, WiFi(ac) LP(2), WiFi above 2x2 LP(2), 802.11n 256 QAM, Bluetooth, PCIe6.50

BASE TYPE KEY

SHORTCUTBASETYPE
Basic LNELocal Network Equipment that does not include Advanced LNE features
Advanced LNELocal Network Equipment (LNE) that incorporates multi-port routing, wireless access point, and/or VoIP functionality

FEATURE KEY

Note: A feature listed in the table above with a number following it indicates the number of ports or interfaces of that type supported by the device. For example, GigE LAN(2) indicates the device has two GigE LAN ports. If a number is not provided, it defaults to (1).

SHORTCUTFEATURE NAME
GigE LANGigabit Ethernet Port
WiFi(n) LPWi-Fi IEEE 802.11n radio at 2.4 GHz or at 5.0 GHz with a conducted output power less than 200 mW per chain (up to 2x2, i.e. 400 mW)
WiFi(ac) LPWi-Fi, IEEE 802.11ac radio at 5 GHz with a conducted output power less than 200 mW per chain (up to 2x2, i.e. 400 mW)
WiFi above 2x2 LPAdditional allowance per RF chain above a 2x2 MIMO configuration (e.g., for 3x3 and 4x4) with a conducted output power less than 200 mW per chain
802.11n 256 QAMWi-Fi IEEE 802.11n at 2.4GHz supporting 256-QAM
BluetoothBluetooth
PCIePCIe Interface