Power Sourcing Equipment
The most recent articles and releases classified under Power Sourcing Equipment
SuperMicro's new Layer 2 Switch Supports IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) Standard and IEEE 802.3at Power over Ethernet
Super Micro Computer Inc. today announced additions to its Ethernet switch product line with a pair of powerful new 52 port 1 Gigabit Ethernet switches. The SSE-G2252P model is also IEEE 802.3at compliant
EtherWAN launches unmanaged hardened IEEE802.3at Ethernet PoE switch with SFP options
Due to be released April 2012 at Secutech EtherWAN�s new EX49000A unmanaged hardened switch provides 16 10/100BASE-TX IEEE802.3at compliant ports(PoE+) and 2 Gigabit ports
New Industrial Gigabit IEEE 802.3at PoE Injector from Aaxeon Technologies
The LNP-201AG (-T) industrial PoE injector offers a 1-port PoE solution that can be used in remote applications to power equipment such as VoIP phones, surveillance cameras, or access points in industries including water/waste water, oil and gas, utility/power, and security
Planet's IAP-2000PS IAP with PoE injector function is designed for Wi-Fi applications and TCP/IP networks in harsh environments.
The unit provides 4x 10/100 BaseTX sockets with IEEE 802.3af PoE injector on all 4 ports, and features an 802.11n wireless interface to provide up to 300Mbps performance
IMC Networks Boosts Speed and Power with New PoE and PoE+ Giga-McBasic Media Converters
Multi-port fiber to copper converters extend 10/100/1000 Mbps copper networks over fiber up to 100 kilometers, delivering data and power to remote devices over standard Category 5 cable
Market Leader Sifos Technologies announces Powered Device LLDP Analyzer
The PoE Powered Device LLDP Analyzer from Sifos Technologies is a low cost, dedicated platform for IEEE 802.3at Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) LLDP emulation & analysis
Microsemi offers 60W from single port midspan PoE for outdoor IP66 use
Microsemi's new PD-9501GO/AC, the industry's first 60 Watt (W) IEEE-compliant (802.3af & at) Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) midspan that delivers power over standard Ethernet cabling to outdoor devices such as wireless LAN access points (WLAN) and Internet protocol (IP) cameras.
Non IEEE High Power PoE - where are we at?
While we'd all like to adhere to standards there are times when you just gotta have the power - Silvertel seem to have the lead at the moment with 200W at the PD - unless you know better?