News from the world of PoE
Baumer claims smallest GigE Vision camera with a 20 MP CMOSIS sensor on the market
The new LX Series camera high-resolution CMOS cameras with a dual GigE interface and 20 MP max resolution allows substantial performance upgrades to existing equipment in the field with Power over Ethernet capability
ZyXEL Communications develops Gigabit Layer 2 switches for converged networking
The GS2210 Series Gigabit Layer 2 switches provide advanced security, traffic control and Power over Ethernet (PoE) for video and voice applications in vertical markets.
L-com offers DIN mountable PoE midspan/injectors and injector kits
New BTD-CATx Series DIN rail mountable midspan/injectors provide flexibility in the deployment and installation of PoE equipment in rack and equipment enclosure systems, which can significantly decrease installation time and cost.
Red Lion develops Gigabit PoE+ injector series
The combination of Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) and Gigabit makes the new N-Tron 1000-POE+ injectors particularly useful for video camera and other applications requiring high-speed communications without needing to run separate power cables.
VXL develops its first Power over Ethernet zero client solution
The next-generation Vtona V200-PE, Power over Ethernet (PoE), PCoIP® Zero Client supports latest Teradici Protocol
INTELLINET PoE splitter simplifies installation for Ethernet-based devices
INTELLINET PoE Splitter delivers data and power to non-PoE Ethernet-enabled products using a Cat5 Ethernet cable
Texas Instruments’ new evaluation module for its quad-port PSE controller strengthens Power over Ethernet development
The TPS23861 evaluation board features two controllers with associated circuitry on a two-layer printed-circuit board (PCB), minimizing material and build costs that often occur when using multiple boards.
Point Grey simplifies interface transition with expanded Blackfly GigE Vision® PoE camera product offering
The compact, low-cost Blackfly® USB3 Vision™ CCD camera family allows FireWire users to benefit from the widespread availability of USB 3.0 on today’s PCs and laptops without having to install additional interface cards, while USB 2.0 users achieve higher bandwidth and improved reliability.