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POE – Power Over Ethernet

Applications: Wired Ethernet Local Area Network Devices
What is Power Over Ethernet (POE)?

POE stands for Power over Ethernet. It is a technology that allows electrical power and data to be transmitted over a single Ethernet cable. This is commonly used in networking and telecommunications applications.

The Benefits of POE Technology

  • Cost-effective
  • Simplied installation
  • Flexibility
  • Increased reliability
  • Centralized power management

The Common Uses for POE Technology

  • Pin Pads
  • Security systems
  • Wireless access points
  • IP cameras
  • Building automation systems

Types of POE

  • IEEE 802.AF (Our Pin Pads)
  • IEEE 802.AT
  • IEEE 802.BT Universal Power
  • IEEE 802.BT High Power

Name IEEE Standard Max Port Power
POE  (Type 1) IEEE 802.3AF 15W
POE+  (Type 2) IEEE 802.3AT 30W
POE++  (Type 3) IEEE 802.3BT Universal Power 60W
POE++  (Type 4) IEEE 802.3BT High Power 100W
Genovation’s POE Solutions

Genovation has many products that can be semi-customized with this technology.

Contact us, today!