Is Your Structured Cabling Power Over Ethernet Compliant?

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Is Your Structured Cabling Power Over Ethernet Compliant?

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Is Your Structured Cabling Power Over Ethernet Compliant? KRONE, Exceeding International Standards, Confirms Power over Ethernet Compliance of Products KRONE Australia is proud to advise all PremisNET® solutions are fully compliant with the IEEE 802.3af standard for DTE power over structured cabling ratified on 12th June 2003. As a member of the ISO/IEC, CENELEC and TIA working groups specifying the structured cabling channel and component requirements that support the 802.3af standard, KRONE was able to ensure all products were fully compliant as the IEEE and cabling standards progressed. “KRONE have been able to stay ahead of the game due to our commitment...

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  1. KRONE facts Is Your Structured Cabling Power Over Ethernet Compliant? KRONE, Exceeding International Standards, Confirms Power over Ethernet Compliance of Products KRONE Australia is proud to advise all PremisNET® Power over Ethernet (PoE) is said to be the next solutions are fully compliant with the IEEE 802.3af big thing in structured cabling. With the power standard for DTE power over structured cabling injected at the active equipment it can do away ratified on 12th June 2003. with thousands of wall transformers and kilometres of messy power extension leads. As a member of the ISO/IEC, CENELEC and TIA working groups specifying the structured cabling For Voice over IP (VoIP) deployment, PoE does channel and component requirements that support away with the need for a mains power socket next the 802.3af standard, KRONE was able to ensure all to each and every telephone. The telephones no products were fully compliant as the IEEE and longer need to go dead if there is an electrical cabling standards progressed. outage, as DTE power can be backed up by the central communications room UPS system. “KRONE have been able to stay ahead of the game due to our commitment to being fully involved in the international standards setting process”, commented Peter Meijer, KRONE Australia’s Technical Training Manager & Industry Liaison. Known as 802.3af, DTE Power (data terminal equipment) and Power over Ethernet (PoE), the new standard covers the distribution of low voltage power through the structured cabling system to devices such as IP telephones, wireless access points, security cameras and door entry/access control systems and a whole host of new applications yet to be implemented. The ratified standard clears up the confusion over a number of proprietary implementations. Until now PoE had been a niche product with different pin-outs and voltages ranging from 6v to 48v. These new standards define the pin outs, and harmonise the power requirements for all systems. Each of KRONE’s high-quality products have been designed for currents and voltages well in excess of those specified. KRONE’s PremisNET solutions contain compliant cables, jacks, patch panels, patch cords and couplers. KRONE (Australia) Holdings Pty Limited 2 Hereford Street Berkeley Vale NSW 2261 PO Box 335 Wyong NSW 2259 Phone: 02 4389 5000 Fax: 02 4388 4499 Tech Support: 1800 801 298 Email: kronehlp@krone.com.au Web: krone.com.au Copyright © 2004 KRONE (Australia) Holdings Pty. Limited Job No.: 6166 02/04
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