With the development of Power over Ethernet (PoE), it has become possible to transfer data and power supply via a single network cable. This represents a great saving of resources, especially for the further development of the IoT and the IIoT, because it significantly increases the bandwidth of network-capable devices. Product expert Eugen Ptoszek gives an insight into the world of the latest standard 4PPoE (IEEE 802.3bt) with an increase in electrical power up to 90W. The structured cabling is made even more interesting by 4PPoE for energy-intensive end devices such as notebooks, televisions or computers, but it is all the more important to observe rules and limitations. What special features there are and what you have to pay attention to will be explained to you in this webinar. We not only deal with the topics of Power Source Equipment (PSE) and Powered Devices (PD), but also consider cabling standards and defined line resistances. Ask yourself together with us the question whether the remote powering up to 90W really always works without problems.
- Overview of standards
- Advantages / Disadvantages
- Hazard potential in building cabling
- Tipping the scales
- Time for questions
As a technical support and copper expert, Eugen Ptoszek, as a member of EFB-Elektronik's product management team, regularly makes his many years of experience as well as his sound specialist knowledge available for practical and user questions.