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Subject: RE: Power over ethernet
From: "Boyes, Matthew" <mboyes@slac.stanford.edu>
To: "Hill, Bruce" <bhill@slac.stanford.edu>, Emmanuel Mayssat <emayssat@outlook.com>
Cc: "tech-talk@aps.anl.gov" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2013 17:43:01 -0700

Hello Emmanuel,

 

For LCLS-II electron controls we are moving to Gig-E cameras powered via PoE. We have successfully tested the following 24 port PoE injector with our new beamline camera system. It does support the IEEE 802.3at High Power PoE standard as well as the IEEE 802.3af standard.  We hope to deploy a system this summer into LCLS-I.

 

HPOE-2400G 24-Port 802.3at 30w Gigabit High Power over Ethernet Injector Hub

 

Hope that helps,

 

Matt

 

From: tech-talk-bounces@aps.anl.gov [mailto:tech-talk-bounces@aps.anl.gov] On Behalf Of Bruce Hill
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2013 4:53 PM
To: Emmanuel Mayssat
Cc: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Subject: Re: Power over ethernet

 

Hi Emmanuel,
We've been using POE for webcam's and gigE cameras for
several years now and find it very useful, particularly
at our experimental chambers where we often need to move
cameras around.    Most of these devices are class 2, < 3.8W,
and we power them by adding POE modules to our Foundry
switches.   There's also available POE injectors which can be
added inline if your switch doesn't support POE.

We haven't used POE+, so I have no direct experience, but with
the small gauge of the wires in the ethernet cables you may
need to limit your cable lengths for higher power devices.

Regards,
- Bruce

On 07/30/2013 04:07 PM, Emmanuel Mayssat wrote:

Hello,

 

After pushing for it, I was 'authorized' to investigate and test power over ethernet.

PoE is basically 48 V DC / 400 mA over CAT5/6, i.e. for <13Watt devices.

Is anyone of you using PoE? or PoE+ (<25W) ?

If so, any comment?

 

My long term goal is to have, with a minimum hassle,  embedded linux/EPICS in each of my chassis.

--

Emmanuel

 



-- 
Bruce Hill
Member Technical Staff
SLAC National Accelerator Lab
2575 Sand Hill Road M/S 10
Menlo Park, CA  94025

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