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Magnetic Jacks: Gigabit and Gigabit PoE Plus-Enabled | Molex

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Magnetic Jacks: Gigabit and Gigabit PoE Plus-Enabled | Molex

Magnetic jack connectors are integrated devices that combine network magnetics and RJ45 connectors. In addition to connectivity, magnetic jacks provide signal conditioning, electromagnetic interference (EMI) suppression and signal isolation.

The 85793 series Gigabit Magnetic Jack with integrated gigabit magnetics can feature LEDs in multiple colours to meet customer requirements. The 85789 series Gigabit PoE (Power over Ethernet) Enabled Magnetic Jack features integrated gigabit PoE magnetics and multiple LEDs. Four extra pins are added to the jack allowing the customer to connect PoE circuitry to power PDs (Power Devices), such as security cameras or VOIP phones. Alternatively the connector can deliver power from a PSE, (Power Sourcing Equipment) such as a switch or router.

Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that defines the transmission of both data and power to networked devices over a standard Ethernet cable, eliminating the need for separate power supplies. The 85789 series Gigabit PoE Enabled Magnetic Jack meets the PoE Plus 30Watt IEEE802.3at standard with backward compatibility to the 15Watt IEEE802.3af standard. Both jacks are designed with through-hole pins for wave soldering. PoE Plus according to the IEEE standard requires Cat5 cable or higher.

Features & Benefits:

  • IEEE802.3af and IEEE802.3at compliant
  • Gigabit magnetics - Capable of 10/100/1000Mbit transmission
  • Industry standard footprint
  • Multiple LED colours including bi-colour
  • HiPot, DC, return loss and insertion loss tested
  • 15Watt PoE and 30Watt PoE Plus PSE power capability
  • No external transformers required and improved EMI performance

Applications:

  • Datacomm/ telecommunications
    • PoE power injectors
    • Low PoE port-count switches
    • Server peripheral communication and power
  • Security
    • IP enabled devices (security devices)
    • Wireless access points
  • Industrial
    • Building automation
  • Consumer / Small Office/ Home Office
    • Desktop computers
    • Office or home broadband routers
    • Set-top boxes

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