POE Injectors Meets DOE Efficiency Regs for Power Supplies

Date
10/11/2018

Categories:
Power Over Ethernet (POE), Power Supplies

Tag:
#phihong #poweroverthernet #poe #powersupplies #energyefficiency

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Phihong’s new 30 watt POEA30U-1AT single-port Power-over-Ethernet (POE) injector series  are the first IEEE802.3 at mid-spans on the market to meet the US Department of Energy’s (DOE VI) efficiency regulations for external power supplies.

Due to the active nature of IEEE802.3 POE standards, it is extremely difficult to meet the requirements, particularly the maximum no-load current consumption of the DOE’s efficiency regulations for external power supplies. As a result, many manufacturers of POE injectors claim that injectors are exempt from the regulations. However, there is nothing published by the DOE to substantiate those claims. In fact, the DOE has released positions to the contrary of those claims,” says Tom Chin, Sr. Marketing Manager at Phihong.“As leaders in the market, Phihong will continue to develop products compliant to regulations worldwide, and will offer them in ever smaller and higher power density form factors.

Measuring a mere 1.79” x 5.52” x 1.18” the POEA30U-1AT series injectors will also have smallest form factor on the market providing 30 watts of power.

Phihong’s POEA30U-1AT injectors are ideal for many applications including IP cameras, VoIP phones, building/access control equipment, WiFi access devices, and IP print servers.

To download the datasheet for Phihong’s 30W DOE Level VI POEA30U-1AT injectors please use the following link: https://www.phihong.com/admin/uploads/POEA30U-1AT.pdf

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