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Poll: Are You Interested in Roadtesting a PoE-to-USB-C Power and Data Adapter?

I wanted to get your opinion about roadtesting a PoE-to-USB-C Power and Data Adapter

 

Made by Microchip, the PoE to USB-C® Power and Data Adapter connects Internet of Things (IoT) devices with a USB-C connector to Power over Ethernet (PoE) networks, enabling you to leverage the advantages of PoE and USB-C technologies. It provides both power and data to USB-C hosts.

POE to USCB-C Power and Data Adapter

Here are some more facts about this product:

 

The PD-USB-DP60 adapter enables flexible installation of USB-C devices, removes the need for a close power outlet and resolves the issue of limited USB cable length. The PoE source can be up to 328 ft/100m from the location of the USB-C device. A single Ethernet cable is needed while delivering up to 60W of USB power at the output of the adapter.

 

The PD-USB-DP60 connects with small PCs/Next Unit of Computing (NUC), interactive information kiosks, smart monitors, tablets, laptops, cellphones, cameras and other USB-C powered devices consuming up to 60W. The adapter is compatible with USB2.0 and 3.1 and will automatically provide to the end device the exact amount of power it needs.

 

  • Up to 60W output power
  • Enables powering of small PCs/Next Unit of Computing (NUC), interactive information kiosks, smart monitors, tablets, laptops, cameras and other USB-C devices
  • Provides power and data to USB-C Hosts
  • Allows 328 ft/100m installation range
  • Supports PoE Switches and Injectors from 15.4W and up to 90W
  • Plug and play USB-C Power, no configuration is needed, simple to use

 

Here's the datasheet:

https://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/PoE_to_USB-C_Adapter_Datasheet_00003813C.pdf

 

Here's the quick start guide:

https://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/00003800.pdf

 

Here's a short video:

https://www.microchip.com/wwwproducts/en/PD-USB

Poll Results
  • Yes, I definitely want to roadtest this product. (30%)
    8/27
  • I might want to roadtest this product (37%)
    10/27
  • I would like to roadtest but my schedule is full right now (11%)
    3/27
  • No, I'm not interested in roadtesting this product. (19%)
    5/27
  • I don't have the skills to roadtest this product. (0%)
    0/27
  • I have some questions to ask about this roadtest; I'll leave a comment (4%)
    1/27
  • I need you to add something to do this roadtest; please explain in comments (0%)
    0/27
  • Other, explain in Comments (0%)
    0/27

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