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Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that allows network cables to deliver power to a powered device (PD) via power-sourcing equipment (PSE) or midspan, and has many advantages over traditional methods of delivering power. The MAXREFDES1149 reference design is a 36V~57V input to 12V/1A output flyback PoE PD power module to be used in Ethernet equipment that needs the 12V power supply to be isolated from the primary Ethernet power. PoE allows power and data to be combined, removing the need for altering the AC mains infrastructure and can be installed by non-electricians. PoE is an intelligent system that is designed with protection at the forefront, preventing overload, underpowering, and installation errors, while allowing simple scalability and reliability. A high-efficiency, no-opto isolated flyback converter minimizes power loss with efficiencies greater than 89%, allowing reductions in excessive heat, longer IC lifetime, and maximum power available to the PD. Ultra-small packaging and no Schottky diode reduce the overall design size.


  • Features
  • IEEE® 802.3af/at Compliance
  • 2-Event Classification
  • No Schottky-Synchronous Operation for High Efficiency and Reduced Cost
  • Ultra-Compact Layout
  • Peak Efficiency > 88%
  • 3mm × 3mm, 16-Pin TQFN (MAX17690), 6-Lead SOT23 (MAX17606), and Thermally Enhanced, 3mm × 3mm, 10-Pin TDFN (MAX5969A) Packages


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