Hardware Teardown: 802.3at Power Over Ethernet for Embedded Using Intel Atom

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    384i6C7FF40C7726E18CThe recently ratified 25 watt IEEE 802.3at Power Over Ethernet (PoE+) standard enables a new class of "no new wires" embedded systems with only a single external connection for data connectivity and power distribution.  PoE+ delivers large savings in system installation costs along with improvements in reliability, manageability, and energy efficiency.  When combined with Intel Atom, PoE+ is a significant enabler for next-generation embedded systems.


    In this installation of ADI Engineering's quarterly embedded technology webinar series, we examine 802.3at and present a PoE+ hardware teardown featuring the Intel Atom Z5xx series, showing developers how to quickly deploy PoE+ enabled high-performance embedded devices.


    Also please visit ADI Engineering's 802.3at PoE+ Technical Information Page to read more about PoE+, including analyst coverage, case studies, and PoE+ product information.


    Please download ADI's 802.3at Power Over Ethernet Hardware Teardown Webinar slides at the link below