When do cables have PoE capability?
PoE means “Power over Ethernet” and describes the ability of the cable to transfer not only data but also energy to the load. For this, a certain voltage and certain current carrying capacity are needed. The voltage is less than 60V and the voltage level of the cable must therefore be at least 300V. The maximum current of each core should be approximately 1A. This is not a problem in the case of TPE core insulation. Here, the RJ-45 connector determines the limit.