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Microsemi’s PD-9501G is a single port solution for remote powering of current as well as emerging high power applications.
The PD-9501G is designed specifically to power IEEE 802.11n and IEEE 802.3at access points, pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) and dome cameras, IP videophones, thin clients and other high power Ethernet end terminals with 60W of power, and is also backward compatible and safe to use with any IEEE 802.3af terminal such as VoIP phones, IP cameras and wireless LAN access points. It can power both existing 10/100Base-T devices and emerging wireless Gigabit devices such as wireless IEEE 802.11ac access points.
The PD-9501G provides power on all 4-pairs while being backwards compatible to 802.3af and 802.3at powered devices. The PD-9501G comes in different versions for different input voltages. FOr more information, consult the parametric search.
- IEEE 802.3at compliant with 2-event classification
- IEEE 802.3af backward compatible
- Output power of 60W over 4-pairs is guaranteed
- Supports 10/100/1000Base-T applications
- Plug-and-play installation
- Safe: low power devices receive only the power they need
- Automatic detection and protection of non–standard Ethernet terminals
- Compact design fits easily in WLAN access point and IP camera installations
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