This document details the characteristics and performances of the PM8800 demonstration kit which has been designed to cover a broad range of power over Ethernet (PoE) applications. PM8800 is a highly integrated device embedding an IEEE802.3af compliant powered device (PD) interface together with a PWM controller and support for auxiliary sources.
Demonstration circuit 1145B, featuring the LTC®4267, provides a complete IEEE 802.3af Powered Device (PD) interface and isolated 12V at 0.9A power supply solution for use in Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications. An optional connection is included for a 12V auxiliary supply on the secondary side that disables PoE when present.
The NCP1081SPCGEVB implements a PoE power splitter that converts the voltage on the Ethernet cable to a lower voltage. The board is equipped with 2 RJ45 connectors, one connector serves as the data and power input and the other connector is the data output. Ethernet data is untouched by the board and simply forwarded.
The Si3406 non-isolated Flyback topology based evaluation board is a reference design for a power supply in a Power over Ethernet (PoE) Powered Device (PD) application with a maximum power output of class 3 (15.4 W)
The TPS2372-4 contains all of the features needed to implement an IEEE802.3bt (draft) (Type 1-4) powered device (PD). The low internal switch resistance allows the TPS2372-4 to support high power applications up to 90 W.
TPS23754EVM-420 contains evaluation and reference circuitry for the TPS23754. The TPS23754 is an IEEE 802.3at compliant powered device (PD) controller and power supply controller optimized for isolated converter topologies. TPS23754EVM-420 is targeted at 25W, synchronous flyback converter applications.