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 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.
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 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.
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.