Just as information technology has become fully integrated in most people’s lives, it has also become a fundamental part of the worship experience. The ability to power a wide variety of personal and audio-visual devices is essential. The GAT -USBC combines power over Ethernet with the USB-C standard to maximize flexibility in worship space, experience and presentation.
How does it do that?
The GAT-USBC is the first PoE+ to USB-C driver to use USB-C to support devices from manufacturers including Apple, Google, and Samsung standardizing on USB Type-C (USB-C) with the new Power Delivery (PD) protocol.
Why is USB Type-C Power Delivery?
With 10 times the power capacity of earlier USB protocols, USB-C powers modern electronics with the capacity to charge a phone in 15 minutes or simultaneously charge a laptop and power an external monitor. Phones, cameras, Wi-Fi access points, laptops and tablets utilize the USB-C PD standard.
Why Power over Ethernet?
PoE significantly lowers the cost of adopting USB-C by eliminating the need for new electrical infrastructure.
USB-C can only transmit power less than ten feet (three meters) and is uncommon in buildings and homes.
Ethernet cable can transmit power and data 328 feet (100 meters) and is nearly ubiquitous in modern construction.