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Power for power over Ethernet

With a power density of 9W/in³, the 600W PALS600-2482 from Power-One is said to be the industry’s most powerful ac/dc standard product for power over Ethernet applications.

Claimed as the industry's most powerful ac/dc standard product for power over Ethernet applications, the 600W PALS600-2482 from Power-One achieves a power density of 9W/in³.

Complying with IEEE 802.3af, the device features low noise and ripple on the 48V dc, 9A output and 1500V ac (2250V dcc) isolation between this and all other outputs and interfaces. A second output provides 12V dc at 16A, whilst a 12V dc, 500mA standby output facilitates i²c interface operation and host system start up.

The fully enclosed device measures 264 x 101 x 41mm and includes front panel alarm and monitor leds, an ac input connector and a hot swap SSI type rear connector.

Graham Pitcher

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