BPI-6175 Single channel PoE++ BT PSE Module


  • Brand: Banana PI
  • Product Code: bpi-6175-single-channel-poe++
  • Availability: In Stock

  • 2 or more $10.26
  • 4 or more $9.36

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BPI-6175 Single channel PoE++ BT PSE Module

Product Description

BPI-6175 is a single channel Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) module designed for, use in Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications for a wide range of power levels from 15.4W (IEEE802.3af) up to 75W (IEEE802.3bt) proprietary power levels. The BPI-6175 is capable of delivering up to 75W, BPI-6175 is aimed at applications requiring PSE functionality such as CCTV DVR, home networking, and industrial ethernet. BPI-6175 is a self-contained module, requiring just a few external components to provide a great deal of control and feedback over each Powered Device (PD) that is connected to the PSE.

Product Features

Small package

Compliant with IEEE802.3 bt & at & af

Low cost

Output power up to 75W 

Minimal (low cost) external

components required

Over-current and short circuit protection

Available in the Industrial Temperature version.


PoE power supply system

Signature and Classification

The BPI-6175 will automatically perform the Signature and Classification, the timing sequence for a Type 1 Powered Device (PD), and the timing sequence for a Type 2 PD. In the ‘IEEE802.3bt’ classification the first pulse is much longer. This is to indicate to the PD that implements the bt specification’s lower Maintain Power Signature (MPS) requirements (see section 5.6 below for details of MPS). Additionally, it is set in ‘BT 1 pair’ or ‘BT Type 3’ modes that will produce a third-class pulse looking for a change in the class current presented. If the current changes correctly will produce 1 further pulse which indicates to the PD the requested power (>30W) has been granted. After classification is complete the will begin to power up its output with the current limit selected based on the detected class and mode of the module.

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