PoE Ideal Diode Bridge & PD Forward/Flyback ControllerCompare
AAEON, a leading developer of IoT solutions, is launching three separate expansion boards to complement its series of UP maker boards. The new products will add audio, camera, and PoE capabilities to the UP series.
The PoE I/O board enables Gigabit Ethernet, and it connects to the UP Board and UP Squared boards via a 40-pin GPIO. Its 5V DC port mean it can also connect to other SBCs.
The boards can be used individually or in combination, meaning users can pick and choose which functions they want to add to their systems.
These products make it easier than ever before for developers to create working applications. Functionality can be added simply by connecting a tried-and-trusted expansion board, saving on development time and costs, and leaving users free to innovate.
- IEEE802.3 AT Standard
- Max 25W Power Supply
- 10/100/1000 Mbps LAN
- RJ45 Input x 1
- RJ45 Output x 1
UP Squared Developer Board with Intel® Pentium® N4200/ Celeron® N3350 Processor SoCMore
Specifications [UP-POE HAT]
|IC||LT4321I (PoE Ideal Diode Bridge Controller) x 1 |
LT4276B (PD Forward / Flyback Controller) x 1
|External Ports||RJ45 input x 1 |
RJ45 output x 1
|Internal Connector||HAT 40 GPIO male (5V, GND) x 1|
|Form Factor||3.37" x 2.22" x 0.98" (85.6 mm x 56.5 mm x 25 mm)|
|Certification||CE / FCC Class A|
|Operating Temperature||32°F ~ 140°F (0°C ~ 60°C)|
|OS support||No OS limitation|
Ordering Information [UP-POE HAT]
Downloads [UP-POE HAT]
- LAN cable
- UP-POE HAT
FAQ [UP-POE HAT]
- How many watts does a UP / UP^2 use from PoE
- 25 watts (IEEE 802.3at)