802.3at Power Over Ethernet for Embedded Hardware Teardown Webinar

ADI Engineering is offering a new quarterly technical webinar series for embedded systems device developers. The first webinar will present a hardware teardown of the new 802.3at PoE+ standard. It will take March 2nd. ADI Engineering will give away a Apple iPad at the webinar (must be present to win).

ADI’s first webinar will present a hardware teardown of the newly ratified 802.3at Power Over Ethernet (PoE+) standard. The webcast will explain how to use PoE+ to give next-generation embedded products substantial competitive advantages in cost, energy efficiency, and reliability over conventional powering techniques.

With a new 25-watt power budget and enhanced management capabilities, 802.3at has finally moved PoE technology beyond IP phones and Wi-Fi access points into the mainstream of embedded applications. Now, embedded systems developers can create “no new wires” PoE+ embedded devices including large HD video displays, cameras, speakers, mass storage and other peripherals.

The online seminar will benefit embedded hardware developers, engineering managers, systems engineers, and product managers.

More information: 802.3at Power Over Ethernet for Embedded Hardware Teardown