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  1. Bel Power Solutions
26 July 2019

Bel Magnetic Solutions Releases Dual Stacked Port 1G 30W and 60W PoE MagJack® ICMs

Bel Magnetic Solutions has released the 2×1 1G 30W and 60W PoE MagJack ICM for Networking and Telecommunication applications.

This ICM is compact and durable by combining two RJ45 Ethernet ports into one magnetic connector that can be used to safely inject 30W or 60W of power, providing an ideal solution for customers who are looking to save board space by stacking RJ45 connectors together, grouping the Ethernet magnetics within the connector and enabling the magnetics to inject power onto data lines.

Today’s communication equipment offers the capability of providing or accepting power over Ethernet. Our line of ICM’s offer smaller, higher density connectors that are capable of this functionality. They support a wide range of 1GBase-T Ethernet applications and can operate in harsh industrial conditions including an industrial operating temperature range of -40˚C to 85˚C without degrading performance.

The 30W and 60W PoE MagJack® ICMs meets all IEEE 802.3 1GBase-T electrical requirements including RL, IL, Hi-pot and Common Mode parameters. These features make our ICMs ideal for use in switches, routers, single board computers and Ethernet controllers.

For more information, fill out the enquiry form on this page.

Power in railway rolling stock originally involved traction, lighting and rudimentary signalling with typically raw 110VDC from the on-board batteries.
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