PoE Texas Splitter Power Over Ethernet (PoE) HAT for Raspberry Pi 3 B+ 4 and 802.3af PoE Network
PoE Texas Splitter Power Over Ethernet (PoE) HAT for Raspberry Pi 3 B+ 4 and 802.3af PoE Network
PoE Texas Splitter Power Over Ethernet (PoE) HAT for Raspberry Pi 3 B+ 4 and 802.3af PoE Network
PoE Texas Splitter Power Over Ethernet (PoE) HAT for Raspberry Pi 3 B+ 4 and 802.3af PoE Network
PoE Texas Splitter Power Over Ethernet (PoE) HAT for Raspberry Pi 3 B+ 4 and 802.3af PoE Network
  • SKU: GAF-PiHAT

Power Over Ethernet (PoE) HAT for Raspberry Pi 3 B+ 4 and 802.3af PoE Network

$25.99
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DESCRIPTION

Raspberry Pi HAT "Hardware Attached on Top" Accessory

PoE Texas has produced a smaller, more efficient Pi-HAT than the Official one from Raspberry Pi. Our design fits in the Official Pi enclosure* and takes up less of the board.

Product Features:

  • Fits Raspberry Pi 3 B+ and Raspberry Pi 4 (Not Included)
  • Works with an IEEE 802.3af switch or 48v injector (Active PoE Only)
  • Smaller, more space efficient than Official Pi-HAT
  • Optocoupled with flyback topology to prevent shorting the board
  • Fanless
  • Increases efficiency above 90% for DC to DC conversion
  • Online Product Manual

*Raspberry Pi Enclosure and Raspberry Pi shown in images are NOT included

Product Specifications

Certifications CE, FCC, RoHS
Connector Types Two 4 pin x 1 mm
Data Rate 10/100/1000
Dimensions 2 5/8" x 1 1/2" x 7/10"
Efficiency 90%
Max Current 2500 mA
Mount Type Board Mounted
Operating Humidity 10-90% non condensing
Operating Temperature Range 0 - 40C
Output Voltage 5 volt
PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A
PoE Standard IEEE 802.3af
Weight 1 oz

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • 48V at 270ma is indeed 12.9 watts (input). However you need to output at 5V you must output higher current 2,500mA is minimum recommended by R-Pi. Yes?

    When using the GAF-PiHAT to power the R-Pi with PoE (48v), this allows for an output of 5 volts at 12 watts. 
     
    I've linked the technical center page for this product below. It goes into a little bit more detail about the power requirements and output. 
     

  • How does 270mA fit with 5V and 12.9W specified elsewhere? I guess a Pi does not work with only 270mA.

    Using our GAF-PiHAT to power the R-Pi with PoE (48V), the max current of 2500mA allows for an output of 5 volts at 12 watts.

  • What is the max current on 5V ?

    The maximum current available from the GAF-PiHAT is 2500mA.

  • What is the max current on 5V ?

    The maximum current available fromthe GAF-PiHAT is 2500mA.

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