PoE powerswitch launched

May 24, 2019 by John Hatcher
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PoE powerswitch launched

Microchip Technology Inc., via its Microsemi subsidiary, has announced a cost-effective eight-port Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch which provides guaranteed power of 60 Watts (W) per port for all eight ports simultaneously. Ideal for digital ceiling installations, the IEEE 802.3bt-compliant PDS-408G PoE switch runs noise-free with a fanless design.

Designed for enterprise connected lighting applications, the PDS-408G connects separate systems such as lighting, sensors, HVAC and Wi-Fi access points over a single switch. The switch has eight PoE ports, which is the optimal number for connected lighting, and offers end applications additional cost-savings from energy savings and lower operating expenses. In compliance with IEEE 802.3bt, the PDS-408G provides a total of 480 W, including up to 90 W for any individual port or 60 W for eight ports simultaneously.

The PDS-408G is plenum rated and can be installed in any air handling space, making it ideal for digital ceiling installations. Its fanless design provides the features needed for buildings that require noise-free and reliable operation, such as offices, hospitals and hotels. The PDS-408G also provides other proven advantages of PoE, including safe power, simple installation, flexible deployment and remote power management.

The PDS-408G joins Microchip’s portfolio of end-to-end PoE solutions. Developers can use the PDS-408G switch together with the company’s extensive portfolio of 8- and 32-bit PIC® and AVR microcontrollers (MCUs) at the end node.

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