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So, let’s talk about how to integrate it into your smart building.
As a standard USB-C offers amazing communication speeds and power delivery up to 100 watts. At first glance, it looks like the one cable to rule them all. Google, Microsoft, Apple, Dell, Samsung, and more have switched to the new powerful USB-C port.
Unfortunately, it does have a weakness. A USB-C cable can only transmit power less than ten feet (three meters), and the cable infrastructure comes at a cost premium. On the other hand, ethernet cable, nearly ubiquitous in modern buildings, can transmit power and data 328 feet (100 meters). USB-C power and data transmitted over Power Over Ethernet significantly lowers the cost of adopting USB-C by eliminating the need for new electrical infrastructure. How can you combine the convience of PoE with the power of USB-C?
A quick comparison of the USB-C and PoE features will highlight why combining PoE and USB-C adds the most value to intelligent building infrastructure.
PoE Texas has developed the patent pending converter that connects Power Over Ethernet to USB Type C with both power and data communication.
The converter interfaces the two standards seemlessly so there are no configurations to set and no programming to do.
Simply plug and play
Check out our videos on PoE to USB-C.
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