Webb Industries has introduced the new AMJ-S Module 2G from Telegärtner, optimised and redesigned to provide demanding applications with operational reliability under extreme mechanical and electrical conditions. It offers extensive headroom and is approved for use with four-pair Power-over-Ethernet with currents of up to 1000 mA.
The module is not only suitable for use in office buildings and data centres. The multiple shielding connection in the mating face also guarantees constant high-level shielding, for example, in industrial and traffic control applications where vibrations, oscillations and electromagnetic interference prevail but reliable transmission is essential.
Operational reliability is even guaranteed where technical building equipment restricts the space available for installation. A typical scenario is the supply of power to end-devices over the data cable. The latest version of this technology, known as ‘Four Pair Power-over-Ethernet (4PPoE)’, is capable of supplying 1000 mA per wire pair.
“At Telegärtner, 4PPoE testing of unintentional unmating under electrical load goes beyond the requirements of the standard,” says Marcel Leonhard, head of the DataVoice division at Telegärtner. “Contact design has been optimised to protect the area used for data transmission against damage from contact-breaking sparks. This guarantees that nothing can go wrong even in hectic working conditions – data transmission is one hundred percent guaranteed.”
Like its predecessor, the new AMJ-S Module 2G can be easily connected without special tools. It also has the same dimensions and therefore fits into all patch panels, outlets and module carriers in the Telegärtner AMJ series.
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