Ethernet Module 100 W 4-pair PoE for NBASE-T / 802.3bz, bt Standards

Bel Magnetic Solutions' 100 W PoE modules are compatible with 1 G, 2.5 G and 10 G Base-T PHYs

Image of Bel Fuse's Ethernet Module 100 W 4-pair PoE for NBASE-T / 802.3bz, bt Standards Bel Magnetic Solutions' 100 W, 4-pair Power over Ethernet (PoE) magnetic modules are aimed at engineers developing products to be compliant with the NBASE-T / IEEE 802.3bz and 802.3bt standards while optimizing performance and reliability. Designers can implement 1GBASE-T, 2.5GBASE-T, or 10GBASE-T to provide the required bandwidth while maintaining the capability of transmitting or receiving up to 100 W of power over applicable Ethernet cable. These modules can be used either as power source equipment (PSE) or powered device (PD). They are designed to be compatible with 1GBASE-T, 2.5GBASE-T, and 10GBASE-T PHYs, including the latest current-mode and voltage-mode designs. The modules are backward compatible to older standards and are available in an industry-standard footprint and pin-out and comply with the performance requirements of IEEE standards 802.3bt and 802.3bz.

Features
  • Meets all IEEE 802.3 1GBASE-T, 2.5GBASE-T, or 10GBASE-T electrical requirements, including RL, IL, hi-pot, and common mode parameters
  • Can carry 1 A of current at 57 VDC continuous
  • Operates from -40°C to +85°C
  • 100% hi-pot tested in production
  • Compatible with NBASE-T and IEEE 802.3bz standards
Applications
  • NBASE-T compliant products
  • Wireless access points
  • Base stations
  • Security cameras
  • Industrial control equipment
  • Video display systems
  • Medical imaging systems
  • Gateways and routers
  • LED lighting

Ethernet Module 100 W 4-pair PoE

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionInductanceHeight - Seated (Max)Available QuantityView Details
MODULE XFRMR LAN 1G 2.5G POE SMDS558-5500-JBMODULE XFRMR LAN 1G 2.5G POE SMD120µH0.225" (5.71mm)308 - ImmediateView Details
MODULE XFRMR LAN 10G POE SMDS558-10GB-23MODULE XFRMR LAN 10G POE SMD120µH0.290" (7.37mm)0View Details
Published: 2021-03-31