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PoE PSE Dev Tools

PD-IM-7608M-2 evaluation board is developed based on PD69208M PSE manager, PD69200 PSE Controller, PD70224 ideal diode bridge and PD70211 PD IC. It provides a dual input PD-PSE system, each PD supports up to 60 watt with additional support of AUX DC input. The AUX input gets priority in supplying the load and when it is connected to the application the PD inputs are acting as backup power in case that the AUX is disconnected. When powering from two PD inputs, a current sharing mechanism is activated in order to share the current between the inputs. In this case (of feeding from two PD inputs), the overall system power is twice the lower Type PD. The evaluation board provides designers with an environment needed for evaluating the performance and implementation of PD-PSE applications.

For the latest PoE FW available, please visit Microchip Software Libraries.

The EV14Y36A evaluation board is developed based on Microchip’s PD69210 and PD69208T4 PoE chipset for use with Microchip’s VSC56xx Ethernet switch development boards. The EV14Y36A evaluation board demonstrates the operation of 24 4-pair PoE ports (2 pair sets) according to the IEEE 802.3bt specification.
The PD-IM-7401 evaluation board provides the designer with the needed environment to evaluate the performance and the implementation of PoE applications based on the PD69101 PoE Manager. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with maximum flexibility and ease in configuration.
The PD-IM-7504B evaluation board provides designers with the needed environment to evaluate the performance and implementation of PoE and PoE extended mode applications, based on PD69104B1 PoE manager. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with maximum flexibility and ease in configuration.

The PD-IM-7608M evaluation board is developed based on PD69208M and PD69200 chipsets. PD-IM7608M demonstrates the operation of eight 2-pair ports systems; for 4-pair systems, refer to the PD-IM7604+4MH or PD-IM-7604+4T4H evaluation boards. Microchip's PD69208M Power over Ethernet (PoE) manager IC integrates power, analog, and state-of-the-art logic into a single 56-pin, plastic QFN package. The device is used in Ethernet switches and midspans to allow network devices to share power and data over the same cable. The PD69208M device is an 8-port mixed-signal and high-voltage PoE driver. Together with the PD69200 external MCU, it perform as a PSE system. Microchip's PD69200 PoE controller is a cost-effective and pre-programmed MCU designed to implement enhanced mode. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with flexibility and easy configuration. The application circuit of PD69208M and PD69200 chipset is compact in size.

For the latest PoE FW available, please visit Microchip Software Libraries.

 

The PD-IM-7601 evaluation board provides the designer with the needed environment to evaluate the performance and the implementation of a single 2-pair port PoE application based on the PD69201 PoE Manager. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with maximum flexibility and ease in configuration.

The PD-IM-7618T4 evaluation board is developed based on PD69208T4 PSE manager and PD69210 controller, and demonstrates the operation of an eight 2-pair port system. The evaluation system provides designers with the required environment to evaluate the performance and implementation of PD69208T4 (eight 2-pair ports) PoE manager and PD69210 PoE controller. The included firmware demonstrates 2-pair operation. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with flexibility and easy configuration.

For the latest PoE FW available, please visit Microchip Software Libraries.

The PD-IM-7604-4MH evaluation board is developed based on PD69208M and PD69200 chipsets, and demonstrates the operation of four 4-pair ports and four 2-pair ports systems. The evaluation system provides designers with the required environment to evaluate the performance and implementation of PD69208M (eight ports) PoE manager and PD69200 PoE controller. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with flexibility and easy configuration.

For the latest PoE FW available, please visit Microchip Software Libraries.

The PD-IM-7604-4T4H evaluation board is developed based on PD69208T4, PD69204T4 and PD69200 chipsets, and demonstrates the operation of four 4-pair ports and four 2-pair ports systems. The evaluation system provides designers with the required environment to evaluate the performance and implementation of PD69204T4 (four ports) and PD69208T4 (eight ports) PoE managers and PD69200 PoE controller. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with flexibility and easy configuration.

For the latest PoE FW available, please visit Microchip Software Libraries.

The PD-IM-7618T4H evaluation board is developed based on two PD69208T4 PSE managers and PD69210 controller, and demonstrates the operation of an eight 4-pair port system. The evaluation system provides designers with the required environment to evaluate the performance and implementation of two PD69208T4 (eight 4-pair ports) PoE managers and PD69210 PoE controller. The included firmware demonstrates 4-pair operation. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with flexibility and easy configuration.

For the latest PoE FW available, please visit Microchip Software Libraries.

This evaluation board is based on the PD69220 + PD69208M chipset and demonstrates the operation of four 4-pair ports and four 2-pair ports in a PSE system. The evaluation system provides designers with the required environment to evaluate the performance and implementation of the PD69220 PoE PSE controller and the PD69208M PoE PSE manager. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with flexibility and easy configuration.
The EV14G15A evaluation board is developed based on PD39208 and PD39210 chipsets. This EVB demonstrates the operation of an eight (2-pair) port system. Microchip's PD39208 Power over Ethernet (PoE) manager IC integrates power, analog, and state-of-the-art logic into a single 56-pin, plastic QFN package. The device is used in Ethernet switches and midspans to allow network devices to share power and data over the same cable. The PD39208 device is an 8-port mixed-signal and high-voltage PoE driver. Together with the PD39210 external MCU, it performs as an IEEE 802.3at PSE system in a compact footprint. The evaluation board enables PoE designers to evaluate Microchip's PoE solution with flexibility and easy configuration.