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App note: Low Power POE Flyback Converter

Sunday, July 28th, 2019

App note from Microchip about their MIC2145 boost switching regulator to do POE Flayback conversion. Link here (PDF) The MIC2145 skip mode controller is used to implement a flyback converter that is intended for use in nonisolated, low power, POE applications. The circuit has a nominal 48V input and supports...

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App note: PoE and LED Lighting: the perfect match

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

App note from MAXIM Integrated on LED lighting utilizing power from PoE. Link here This application note explains that Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) is a technology used in wired local area networks (LANs). PoE delivers power over the same cable that delivers the Ethernet data. Using LED lighting on a PoE network...

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