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IEEE 802.3bt: Getting started with the new standard

The new IEEE 802.3bt standard has introduced the capability for designers to utilize PoE for high-power applications (up to 90W at source and 71.3 at input). The below videos provide insights into whether the .bt standard is right for you, but if you’re already evaluating or compliant to .bt, we’ve also shared resources to help you navigate working with non-standard PD types, response to power demotion events and more.

IEEE 802.3bt Standard Introduction

Are you new to PoE? View the first video for a quick introduction to how our new PSE and PD portfolio can enable high-power applications. If you’re looking for a more technical deep dive on the evolution of PoE features, the second video gives insight into TI’s full suite of PSE and PD solutions along with related preliminary test results.

High Power PoE Design Considerations

Date:
November 8, 2016

Duration:
18:23
Watch this video to learn more about high power PoE (Power Over Ethernet) design considerations, includimg the current IEEE 802.3at standard, the .bt standard,

Designing dual-input PoE PD systems power redundancy, smooth transition, and power sharing applications

Date:
April 16, 2018

Duration:
36:54
Watch this video to understand the new IEEE802.3bt power spec and understand why PoE power redundancy is necessary.
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