Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a standard that allows Ethernet cables to transmit data and power simultaneously using a single network cable, facilitating the deployment of powered devices in locations where power is lacking. There are various PoE standards, each with its maximum output power limitation. The latest standard, 802.3bt, allows network devices to draw a maximum of 71.3W.

PANJIT has a complete product portfolio of TVS, MOSFET, and Schottky diodes that can be used at either the power supply end (PSE) or the power receiving end (PD) of the PoE. TVS suppress surges and static electricity at the power interface end, while MOSFET and Schottky diodes can improve the product efficiency of switching.

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