FAQ: Why do I need PoEz Power Over Ethernet Detector/PoE Tester?

Power over Ethernet (PoE) IEEE802.3bt standard was officially released in September 2018. Prior to the launch of this standard, global PoE chips and manufacturers have Hi-PoE and UPoE products for high-power applications.
Prior to IEEE802.3bt, the IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at standards have existed for many years. Today, this technology had developed and continues to grow in today’s infrastructures. As a result, some manufacturers have introduced PoE switches, PoE injectors, PoE Cameras that are designed to save cost and special applications for this technology. As with any growing technology, connection and compatibility problems between devices makes the installation and maintenance of the PoE system complicated and difficult to manage.

With Hobbes PoEz - Power Over Ethernet Detector/PoE Tester, it allows engineers to determine whether the PSE transmits signal (via handshake), PoE supply voltage, current, power draw for IEEE 802.3af / 802.3at / UPoE / 802.3bt of Type 3 (4PPoE) and 802.3bt Type 4 to ensure that all network devices are connected.