Mini-Computer Add-On Based On Raspberry Pi Compute Module
The Compute Module PoE Board is a development board that utilizes the Raspberry Pi Compute Module (not included in delivery). With the PoE (Power over Ethernet) feature and versatile onboard peripheral interfaces, it is suitable for evaluating the Raspberry Pi compute module but is also an excellent choice for end-user products.
The Add-Ons Include: Expansion Board, Metal Case, Power Supply, And Cooling Fan.
Note: Compute Module CM3 / CM3L / CM3+ / CM3+L is NOT included in the scope of delivery.
- Raspberry Pi GPIO header, for connecting sorts of Raspberry Pi HATs
- 10/100M auto-negotiation Ethernet port, with PoE enabled
- 4x USB ports, allows connecting more USB devices
- 2x CSI camera interfaces
- Onboard HDMI / DSI interfaces for connecting displays
- Onboard USB TO UART, for serial debugging
- Cooling fan interface, autorun on power-up OR controlled by IO pins
- Adopts isolated SMPS (Switching Mode Power Supply)
- Power supply: micro USB port / PoE Ethernet port
- PoE power input: 37V ~ 57V DC in
- PoE power output: 5V 2.5A DC out
- Network standard: 802.3af PoE standard
- Dimensions: 114mm × 84.4mm
- Mounting hole size: 3.2mm
Ingenious Cut-Out, Highly Matching The Master Board, Along With Clear Labels, Easy To Use
Comes With Cooling Fan, Allows Being Controlled By Software Via GPIO, Or Being Powered Directly From 5V Supply
Binocular Vision, PoE Powered Raspberry Pi Projects, Or Other Industrial Context
Power over Ethernet Interoperability demonstrates how to securely transmit DC power over an actual data network cabling structure in a way that separate AC electrical wiring is not required to power up devices connected to the network.
With a focus on cost-effective unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cables, this book presents proven methods for creating reliable Power over Ethernet (PoE) equipment and ensuring that it works efficiently.
Details on the IEEE 802.3af/at standards and how different devices can operate from PoE are also contained in this useful resource.
- The evolution of PoE
- Overview of PoE implementations
- Inrush and power-up
- Maintain power and disconnect
- PoE state-machine diagrams
- Isolation, PCB design, and safety
- Surge testing and protection
- Lab skills, thermal management, and decoupling
- N-pair power delivery systems
- Auxiliary power and flyback design