PoE injectors and US Level 6 AC/DC power adapters target industrial designs

January 18, 2017 // By Nick Flaherty
Billion Electric has launched a series of IEEE 802.3 AT Safety Standard certified Power over Ethernet (PoE) injectors and US Level 6 AC-DC power adaptors.

The desktop, wall-mount and Interchangeable power adapters and high-performance PoE Injectors feature high efficiency, wide input/output range and low power consumption. The new series supports electrical devices, networking equipment, and industrial control system such as point-of-sale (PoS), Set-Top-Box, printers, LED monitors and testing equipment.

The AC/DC Level 6 power adapter series ranges from 6W~36W (Wall mount) to 36W~130W (Desktop). The series has passed DOE/ErP Level 6 efficiency standard over 87% and approved by UL, cUL, BSMI, CCC, KC, PSE, RCM, CE, and FCC. The series is built with robust protection against short circuit, over current, voltage, and temperature. With high peak current mechanism, the 60W and 90W Desktop power adapter is specially designed for motors, printers, and LED lighting devices. Billion also provides Interchangeable power adapter which can be applied in different countries by switching to various power plugs.

The 30W PoE Injectors allow data and power to be carried over an Ethernet cable, which is more flexible than the traditional powerline structure and pass the Internal Signature Resistance IEEE 802.3 AT Safety Standard with full protection OVP, OPP, and SCP. This reduces the need of power outlets for IP camera, remote monitoring and networking equipment across buildings applications.

“With over four decades of experience and innovation in power supplies technology, Billion's manufacturing factories have been certified with ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2015, highlighting reliable production and quality controls with a capacity of 400k/month. Our products can also be customized to meet specific application needs from our OEM and ODM clients," said Bill Chou, Vice President of Power & Management Division at Billion Electric.

More information is at www.billion.com/Power/