The most recent articles and releases classified as Powered Devices
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?
D-Link adds to wireless solutions with Power over Ethernet convenience
D-Link's new DWL-6600AP, DWL-3600AP, DWS-3160-24TC and DWS-3160-24PC devices all meet IEEE 802.3af
Fairchild Semiconductor announces range of low profile MicroDIP bridge rectifiers
With a profile of only 1.45mm and rated at 1A, these single phase bridges are ideal where space is at a premium.
Snom 370 UC Edition Desktop IP Phone Qualifies for Microsoft Lync
Snom's 370 UC Edition multi-line desktop phone gains Microsoft Lync top status, joining snom's already qualified 8212 UC Edition and 300 UC Edition
Visix's MeetingMinder interactive room sign uses non-compliant PoE to good effect
Visix uses the principle of PoE to provide a 15.4" screen which gets the necessary power through the Ethernet cable
High Quality VoIP Communication with Cost Saving
Planet introduces the VIP-256PT VoIP 2 line telephone with integrated IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet circuitry. The phone supports SIP V2 for easy integration with general voice over IP system. It can also effortlessly deliver secured toll voice quality by utilizing cutting-edge 802.1p QoS (Quality of Service), 802.1Q VLAN tagging, and IP TOS technology
RS Components offers stock of Wurth's power over Ethernet (PoE) flyback transformers.
Wurth's power over Ethernet (PoE) flyback transformers are designed for PoE PDs and are suitable for PoE IC's such as Linear's LTC4267, LM5070, etc.