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.
*Raspberry Pi Enclosure and Raspberry Pi shown in images are NOT included
|Connector Types||Two 4 pin x 1 mm|
|Dimensions||2 5/8" x 1 1/2" x 7/10"|
|Max Current||270 mA|
|Mount Type||Board Mounted|
|Operating Temperature Range||10-90% non condensing|
|OperatingTemperature Range||0 - 40C|
|Output Voltage||5 volt|
|PoE Mode/Pinout||Mode A|
|PoE Standard||IEEE 802.3af|
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?
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 270mA allows for an output of 12.9 watts.
What is the max current on 5V ?
The maximum current available fromthe GAF-PiHAT is 270mA.