The Panduit FMPS uses Pulse Current as its power delivery method. The Transmitter converts standard AC power into high voltage DC power, which is further converted into a Pulse Current waveform delivered over a Class 4 multi-conductor copper cable to the Receiver. The Receiver converts the pulse current waveform into +/- 48 VDC power, which can power multiple end devices.
With the ability to monitor faults, the system can safely use higher voltage to deliver power compared to low-voltage systems (Class 2). This allows the FMPS system to have all the safety benefits of low-voltage installations while delivering significantly more power over longer distances than Class 2 systems.
Deliver up to 600W per copper pair and up to 2 kilometers away. The Power and distance any system can deliver depend upon the wire size. Toggle between the charts below to see how much power the Panduit FMPS can deliver across a single pair of copper conductors and at what distance compared to Class 2 systems.
To learn more, read our Technical Brief about Class 4 Power
|Single Pair 16 AWG Cable||Single Pair 18 AWG Cable|
|Class 4 Panduit FMPS Delivered Power (W)||515||430||335||240||470||345||205||105|
|Class 2 Delivered Power (W)||57||29||19||14||36||18||12||9|
The Panduit Fault Managed Power System provides safe, sustainable, and reliable power distribution anywhere you need it. The Panduit FMPS serves as a backbone for power distribution deployment for any venue or technology. Centralized for ease of back-up, monitoring and control for added resiliency, and scalable to grow with your technological demands.