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Power Over Ethernet and Copper Cabling

I know,, its a vendor doc, but this one has a lot of good information

from the PDF

"Increasing usage of Power over Ethernet (PoE) represents one of the most meaningful impacts to enterprise network infrastructure in recent history. This technology reduces installation costs and time by allowing power and data onto a single twisted-pair cable, installed by a single low-voltage contractor and eliminating the need for a separate electrical cable to each device. As the ubiquitous nature of Ethernet has grown, an increasing number of items are being networked together. These new applications, such as digital signage, next generation wireless access points, nurse call systems, and video conferencing systems, have power needs beyond PoE+ standards. The industry has recognized this need and has begun to develop next generation PoE equipment that will supply 51 to 71 watts. This document provides information and guidance on installing Panduit cabling and connectivity with both the existing PoE+ and the new higher power PoE standards."



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