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Power over Ethernet (PoE)

Type in the IEEE standard name and Minimum Power Output. PSE: Power Sourcing Equipment (MIDSPAN) (i.e. switch, PoE Injector) PD: Powered Device (ENDSPAN) PoE Injector: allows PoE on a non-PoE switch. Requires additional power source. PoE Extender: allows extension past 100m max length, can be daisy chained. WatchDog Functionality: manages power and greatly reduces downtime (Powered Device Manager [PDM]).
Power output must be below 100W per port
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Last updated: May 7, 2023
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PoE
Common Name
IEEE Standard
Wattage (PSE)
Wattage (PD)
Type 1
PoE
802.3af
15.4W
12.95W
Type 2
PoE+
802.3at
25.5W
25.5W
Type 3
4PPoE, Ultra PoE, UPoE
802.3bt
60W
51W
Type 4
Ultra PoE, UPoE
802.3bt
100W
71W
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