Integrating 4PPoE properly
Pitfalls in building cabling
Practical tips for integration
Patch cable makes the difference
The development of Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a success story. No wonder, because the possibility of handling data services and power supply via a single cable offers numerous advantages. By dispensing with a separate power supply line, valuable resources can be saved, which has a positive effect on costs. This is particularly true for the further development of IoT (Internet of Things) and IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things), where the number of network-capable devices is constantly increasing.
The latest standard 802.3bt (4PPoE) enables a further increase in power up to 90W. This means that PoE is also suitable for energy-intensive end devices such as notebooks, TVs or computers. However, there are a few pitfalls to be considered when it comes to cabling. The choice of the patch cable can make the difference.
The Advantages of Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Reduction of connection cables for powered devices
Reduction of costs for electrical connections
Flexible exhibition of the Powered Devices
Worldwide standard for a power supply with RJ45
Reliability: the power source equipment is protected by UPS, the Powered Devices are also fused, without the need for separate circuits
Green IT - energy saver: only as much power as necessary
Suitable end devices for Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Thanks to the successive increase in maximum supply power (PoE 15.4W, PoE+ 30W 4PPoE 90W), it is now possible to operate terminal devices with higher energy requirements without the need for an additional power supply.
Discover the pitfalls of integrating 4PPoE in the white paper. You will learn what is important for the cabling and why the patch cable makes the difference.
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