Features and Benefits
- IEEE 802.3af/at/bt(Draft 2.0) Powered Device (PD) with Forward/Flyback Controller
- Supports Up to 71 Watt PDs
- 5-Event Classification Sensing
- Superior Surge Protection (100V Absolute Maximum)
- Wide Junction Temperature Range (–40°C to 125°C)
- >94% End-to-End Efficiency with LT4321 Ideal Bridge
- External Hot Swap N-Channel MOSFET for Lowest Power Dissipation and Highest System Efficiency
- No-Opto Flyback Operation
- Auxiliary Power Support as Low as 9V
- Easy Migration of LTPoE++® PDs to IEEE 802.3bt PDs
- Pin Compatible with LT4276A/B/C
- 28-Lead 4mm × 5mm QFN Package
The LT4295 is an IEEE 802.3af/at/bt(Draft 2.0)-compliant powered device (PD) interface controller with a switching regulator controller. The T2P output indicates the number of classification events received during IEEE 802.3bt-compliant mutual identification and negotiation of available power.
The LT4295 supports both forward and flyback power supply topologies. The flyback topology supports No-Opto feedback. Auxiliary input voltages can be accurately sensed with just a resistor divider connected to the AUX pin.
The LT4295 utilizes an external, low RDS(on) N-channel hot swap MOSFET and supports the LT4320/LT4321 ideal diode bridges, to extend the end-to-end power delivery efficiency and eliminate costly heat sinks.
The LT4295 also includes an on-chip detection signature resistor, thermal protection, slope compensation, and many user configurable settings including classification signature, inrush current, switcher frequency, gate drive delay, soft-start, and load compensation.
- High Power Wireless Data Systems
- Outdoor Security Camera Equipment
- Commercial and Public Information Displays
- High Temperature Applications
Product Lifecycle Production
At least one model within this product family is in production and available for purchase. The product is appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist.
Evaluation Kits (4)
Demonstration circuit 2584A is an IEEE 802.3bt (Draft 2.1) compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) Powered Device (PD). It features the LT4295 PD interface and switching regulator controller and the LT4321 PoE ideal diode bridge controller.
Demonstration circuit 2539A is an IEEE802.3bt (Draft 2.1) compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) Powered Device (PD). It features the LT4295 PD interface and switching regulator controller and the LT4321 PoE ideal diode bridge controller.
Demonstration Circuit 2476A is an IEEE 802.3bt (Draft 2.2) compliant power over ethernet (PoE) powered device (PD). It features the LT4295 PD interface and switching regulator controller and the LT4321 PoE ideal diode bridge controller.
Demonstration circuit 2475A-A is an IEEE802.3bt (Draft 2.0) compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) powered device (PD). It features the LT4295 PD interface and switching regulator controller with the LT4321 PoE ideal diode bridge controller.
Tools & Simulations
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