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LCSI Power Over Ethernet PoE

  1. 1. POE Solution( Including Commercial and Industrial grade)
  2. 2. Content1. Power Over Ethernet(PoE) Backgrounder – What is PoE – IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at Standard – PSE and PD Products • PoE Switch, Hub, Injector, Splitter, Extender2. Introduction to LCSI POE Switch Product – Commercial PoE Switch – Industrial POE Switch
  3. 3. What is PoE?• Power over Ethernet or PoE technology describes a system to safely transfer electrical power, along with data, to remote devices over standard data cables in an Ethernet network (Cat3/Cat5/Cat5e/Cat6 ).• Compatible with all networks, up to Gigabit Ethernet which uses all four pairs for transmission
  4. 4. PoE Benefits Cost Saving No Need to Install Power Cable/Outlets Ethernet and Power is Now in the Same Integration Cable. Support Equipment Mounted in Unusual Places, e.g. Wall/Ceiling Mount Wherever There is an Ethernet Availability Connection, There Will be Power Security Shut-Down Unused Devices Management Http UI or SNMP can Control/Manage PoE Devices Devices compliant with 802.3af can Interoperability Interoperate with Zero Problems No AC/High Voltage: Low Power DC is Safety Used (48V)
  5. 5. IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at• IEEE developed two standards – The IEEE 802.3af-2003 PoE standard (Ratified June, 2003) provides up to 15.4 W of DC power). Only 12.95 W is assured to be available at the powered device as some power is dissipated in the cable. – The IEEE 802.3at-2009 PoE standard, sometimes called "POE+“ or “POE Plus” , (Ratified September 11, 2009), provides up to 30 watts and 25.5 W of DC power is assured to be available at the powered device as some power is dissipated in the cable.• This technology is especially useful for powering – IP telephones, wireless LAN access points, IP Camera and Cameras with pan tilt and zoom (PTZ), remote Ethernet switches, embedded computers, thin clients and LCDs
  6. 6. PSE and PD(1)• In the PoE scheme, two different types of devices are involved: Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) and Powered Devices (PD).• PSEs provide the DC power to PDs.. A PSE may be an endspan device or a midspan device – An endspan device typically is a network switch enabled to provide PoE power on each port. Power is carried over wires (1,2,3,6) – A midspan device is connected in-line to each end device and adds power to the line. A simple device called Injector is explained in coming slide. Power Carried over (4,5,7,8)• PDs are PoE-enabled network end devices equipped to accept low voltage power transmitted over structured Ethernet CAT-5 cabling. For non-POE device, a device called Spilitter can be used with POE line Endspan (Switch) Midspan 6
  7. 7. Injector and Splitter Injector , a small midspan, is a simple device to help Non-PoE Switch. Splitter, a small device, is to help Non-PoE device.
  8. 8. IEEE802.3af Distance LimitationsStandard Ethernet distance rules apply PoE Switch 1 Port PoE (Repeater)50 ft Allows up to an additional 100m (330 ft ) 300 ft 75 ft 300 ft 100 ft Maximum distance from the switch 100 meters or 333 feet Even if you are using a mid-span 8
  9. 9. 1-port PoE Extender• A PoE Extender( 802.3af or 802.3at ) is designed to extend power and data for another 100m defined in standard spec. - If PSE output is 802.3af, then you have to use 802.3af PoE extender. -If PSE output is 802.3at, then you have to use 802.3at PoE extender -LCSI will announce a dual role 802.3at/af PoE extender to select by DIP- Switch
  10. 10. • PSE – Power Sourcing Equipment’s main functions are: – To search the link section for a PD. – Optionally classify the PD. – Supply power to the link section. (only if a PD is detected) – Monitor the power on the link section.• PD – Powered Device : The Power Class of PD: – Once a PD is discovered, a PSE may optionally perform PD classification by applying a DC voltage and current to the port, allocated power is subtracted from total power budget The PD Power Class Maximum Power Levels Class Usage at Input of Powered Device 0 Default 0.44 to 12.94 1 Optional 0.44 to 3.84 2 Optional 3.84 to 6.49 3 Optional 6.49 to 12.95 4 Reserved 12.95 - 25.50 10
  11. 11. PSE – Full Power or Balance Power• Each PoE PSE Device is equipped with either internal power (Suitable for Rack-Mounted) or external power• Types of PSE – Full Power: Guarantee per port up to 15.4 watt(802.3af) or 30watt(802.3at) simultaneously • Total PoE port x Guarantee per port power < Total Power Supply Watts of PSE • In general more expensive, bigger, better in control – Balance Power( or called Power Budget ) • Can power as many as PDs as it has power to spare ( Fist come First Server ) and each port power output is pre-limited by allowable power to PD classification. . Model in need depends on your application need.
  12. 12. Power over Ethernet PDs Voice and Video IP Phones WiFi Access Points a/b/g/n Network Security Cameras – Enclosures – Heaters – Pan and Tilt Building / Access Control – Gas and Fire Alarms – Digital Signs Digital and School Clocks – SIP IP Paging – Door locks - Gateways 12
  13. 13. Power Requirements 13
  14. 14. Market Potential
  15. 15. IP Surveillance: Major Application• Transportation Applications: • Airports, Border, Railways, Underground, and Roadway• Municipal, Public Facility, and School : • Banks, Supermarkets, Homes, Department Stores, Parking Lots, City-Wise, School• Military / Homeland Security • Port Security, Military Bunker Security, Air Force Base Security, Port Operations, Critical Area Monitoring• Industrial Security and Process Control • Mining Operations, Manufacturing Process Monitoring ,Plant Security, Utility Perimeter Security Access Control with Video• Commercial Building 15
  16. 16. LCSI PoE Product• Commercial-grade PoE Products – 802.3at PoE Switch New 802.3at Unmanaged Model w/ DIP-Switch to – 802.3af PoE Switch turn PoE on/off physically – PoE Injector, Splitter and Mid-Span – PoE Extender• Industrial-grade PoE Products – Managed SNMP PoE Switch – Unmanaged power PoE Switch
  17. 17. Commercial PoE Switch Power Total PoE Port Model Name Management Total Ports PoE Ports Supply Power(W) Up to802.3at/af PoE SwitchBESP-T341W External 40,65,or 120 30W Web 4*10/100TX + 1* 10/100TX 4BESP-T341 External 40,65,or 120 30W 4*10/100TX + 1* 10/100TX 4BESP-T588W-E External 65 or 120 30W Web 8*10/100TX 8BESP-T588-E EXternal 65 or 120 30W 8*10/100TX 8BESP-T588W Internal 65 or 130 30W Web 8*10/100TX 8BESP-T588 Internal 65 or 130 30W 8*10/100TX 8BESP-T7882W Internal 130 30W Web 8*10/100TX+2* Giga Combo 8BESP-T7882 Internal 130 30W 8*10/100TX+2* Giga Combo 8BESP-T7616W(Q1,2010) Internal 250 30W Web 16*10/100TX 8BESP-T7616(Q1,2010) Internal 250 30W 16*10/100TX 8BESP-T7242W(Q1,2010) Internal 250 or 400 30W Web 24*10/100TX+ 2G Combo 8BESP-T7882(Q1, 2010) Internal 250 or 400 30W 24*10/100TX+ 2G Combo 8802.3af PoE SwitchBESP-7242-24 Internal 260 or 390 15.4W 24*10/100TX+ 2Giga Combo 24BESP-7242W-24 Internal 260 or 390 15.4W Web 24*10/100TX+ 2Giga Combo 24
  18. 18. Web-Managed and Un-Managed• 4(8),8(8),8(16),16(16), 8,16,24(24)-port web-managed and unmanaged POE switch• Optional Uplink model with 2* Giga Copper/SFP• IEEE 802.3at and 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports• Web-based Configuration and Management• VLAN, QoS: IGMP, POE on and off management• Management: Password-protected Access, Port Settings,• LCSI POE mainly supply full power switch but also provide total power budget option to meet partners’ application need.
  19. 19. Extender, Mid-span, Injector Power Model Name Description Data In Data Out Data+POE In Data+POE Out OutBEP-101 802.3af PoE Injector 1* 10/100TX 10/100TXBEP-201G 802.3at PoE Injector 1* 100/100/1000TX 1* 100/100/1000TXBPS-2014 802.3at PoE Splitter 1*10/100/1000TX 1 10/100/1000TXBEP-508 802.3af Mid Span 8*10/100TX 8*10/100TXBEP-7008 802.3af Mid Span 8*10/100TX 8*10/100TXBEP-7008G 802.3af Mid Span 8*10/100/1000TX 8*10/100/1000TXBEP-7016 802.3af Mid Span 16*10/100TX 16*10/100TXPOER-201 802.3af PoE Extender 1*10/100TX 1*10/100TX 802.3at/af Dual Role PoEPOER-301(New) 1*10/100TX 1*10/100TX Extender
  20. 20. LCSI Industrial POE 2* Terminal Block PoEModel Name VDC Management Total Ports PoE Ports Input) Port UpManagement including 20ms Recovery (Management functions include Management(SNMP, Web, Telnet, CLI), Control( Port BasedVLAN, 802.1Q Tag VLAN, GVRP, QoS, IGMP, LACP, Rate Limit), Security(IP/MAC & Port Binding, DHCP Server, IP Access List, 802.1X,SNMP V3), Diagnostics(Port Statistics, Port Mirroring, RMON, Trap, E-Mail Alert, Syslog), Redundant recovery ( X-Ring, STP, RSTP),SNTP and SMTP 8*10/100TX + 2* combo(10/100/100IESP-M082C Yes 48V 15.4W SNMP/Web-Managed 8 0TX or 100/1000M SFP) 8*10/100TX + 2*IESP-M082CE Yes 48V 15.4W SNMP/Web-Managed combo(10/100/100 8 0TX or 100/1000M SFP)IES-U041T Yes 48 or 24V 15.4W Un-managed 5*10/100TX 4IESP-U044T Yes 48V 15.4W Un-Managed 8*10/100TX 4
  21. 21. Industrial Managed 8-port POE SwitchIESP-M082C/E: 8 10/100TX+ 2 Giga Copper/SFP Combo With PoEInjector Managed Industrial SwitchBenefits• Fully Management (CLI/Web/SNMPv1,v2c.v3)• Fully feeding power support for 8 POE ports ( 15.4 Watts for each port and full power )• Support IEEE 802.3af and Pre-Standard PD (Cisco Legacy PD)• Redundant Power supply (48V DC)- Terminal Block• Operation Temperature -10℃ to 60℃ and -40℃ to 75℃• IP-30 Case Protection• EFT protection 3000 VDC for power line• 4000 VDC Ethernet ESD protection• Advanced switching managed features• Support redundant ring topology feature for fast recovery time< 20ms
  22. 22. Product View1 Gigabit Copper/100/1000 SFP Combo On the Top side * DC power DC 48V * Redundant power inputs DC 48V LED Indicator * Alarm relay contact8 10/100TX Port # 1 ~# 8 support IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet Top View Per port provides 15.4W ability
  23. 23. IESP-M082C(E) SoftwareSecurity System Even Log/ SNMP trap – IP Management Security – System Log Server /Client – Port Security – SMTP e-mail Alert – 802.1x Radius Authentication SNMP trapBandwidth Control/ Traffic Monitoring – Port Link up/Link down – Broadcast/Multicast Storm Filter Control – Device Cold Start – Port mirroring – Power StatusIGMP – Authentication failure – X-Ring topology changed – Support IGMP Query mode for Multi Media Application MiscQoS – DHCP Client/Server IP Relay – 802.1p CoS – SNTP – Port Base, Tag Base and ToS Priority – Firmware upgrade and configuration backup/restore byVLAN TFTP Server – Port Base POE Management – 802.1Q Tag – GVRPPort Trunk – 802.3ad Link AggregationRedundant Network Topology – 802.1d Spanning Tree – 802.1w Spanning Tree – X-Ring Proprietary Recovery Ring at 20ms
  24. 24. Industrial Managed PoE Switch (PoE Software settings) 1
  25. 25. Industrial Managed PoE Switch (PoE Software settings) 2 Maximum Power Available: Displays the maximum power supply in watts. Actual Power Consumption: This column shows the real-time total power consumption System Power Limit: User can modify the value to this column field to limit the total output power for the system Main Supply Voltage: This column shows the output voltage of the system for PoE ports Firmware Version: This column shows the PoE chip’s firmware version Port Knockoff Disabled: Power Management state where one or more PDs have been powered down so that a higher priority PD may be powered up and yet not exceed the maximum total power available for PDs AC Disconnect: Tick this checkbox to monitor the AC impedance on the port terminals and removes power when the impedance rises above a certain value, for a certain period Capacitive Detection: If the port and capacitive detection are enabled, the capacitances state reads in the voltage result from the constant current. This is then subtracted from the pre-capacitance voltage to get a charge rate. If this charge rate is within the window of the PD signatures, the device is considered to be discovered. Start: Showing with a tick symbol, the system initializes and resets successfully 25
  26. 26. Industrial Managed PoE Switch (PoE Software settings) 3 Port: The index of PoE ports. Enable State: Check it to enable the PoE function to the port. Power Limit From Classification : Check it to decide the power limit method; when this check box is ticked, the system will limit the power supply to the powered device in accordance with the related class Legacy: Check it to support the legacy power devices. (PDs may not have IEEE802.3 standard detection signature) Priority: Pull down the selection menu item to choose the priority of power supplying. Port Limit (<15400) mW: User can key in the power limit value which is under 15.4 Watts. Mode: Displays the operating mode of the port. Current (mA): Displays the operating current of the port. Voltage (V): Displays the operating voltage of the port. Power (mW): Displays the power consumption of the port. Determined Class: Displays the PD’s class. 26
  27. 27. Product Warranty• Industrial Ethernet product 5 years warranty• Commercial Ethernet product 2 years warranty• Accessories • Industrial Din-Rail Power Supply 3 years warranty • Industrial SFP 2 years warranty • Commercial SFP 2 years warranty
  28. 28. Recruiting Partners We are keen to speak to value-add distributors and/or systems integrators where we are currently unrepresented. Potential partners having fiber networking, security & surveillance or industrial automation product experience are welcome By partnering with LCSI, our partners will have cost/performance ratio solution and quality support to grow business. Please visit our website at for detailed information and contact us at