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carlo
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hello

where can i find the manual for the UPS PIco HV4.0B/C PPoE

and the software to control it

 

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PiAdmin
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Hi,

The manual is under writing process, we expect to release it within next 2-3 days. The "control software" is the daemon. Attached as also manual, and instructions how to use them. For preparing he system you need to solder Gold Pins on a proper position for Raspberry Pi4, Pi3B+ or Pi3, and the PoE Connector. Everything is included in the package. Remember the embedded PoE is a Passive version, and is limited up to 24 VDC (protected with 28VDC). DO NOT CONNECT IT TO ACTIVE POE.

Attached 2 Daemons *.py2 and *.py3. Rename it to *.py depending what Python version is used.

https://pimodules.org/download/61/public/3304/ups-pico-4-user-pack-03032022.zip

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carlo
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hello
so if we want to use it with a unifi usw-24-poe it won't work

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PiAdmin
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Hi,

Will work with 24V. But please send me link to the "unifi usw-24-poe" so answer in details to be sure

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PiAdmin
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Hi,

Looks like no, but not very clear written

Voltage Range
802.3af Mode
802.3at/bt Mode
44-57V
50-57V

Please select other device from them, they have such. 

Passive PoE, also known as the passive Power over Ethernet, is a non-standard PoE. It can also deliver power over the Ethernet lines, but without the negotiation or communication process. Passive PoE switch does not adhere to any IEEE standard.

Read this below

https://community.fs.com/blog/active-vs-passive-poe-switch.html#:~:text=Passive%20PoE%2C%20also%20known%20as,adhere%20to%20any%20IEEE%20standard.

Be carefully before select and send me PDF to check. 

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carlo
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hello

the switch is already installed

maybe we can use this

https://www.dectdirect.nl/nl/ubiquiti-instant-8023af-adapter-indoor-gigabit.html


   
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PiAdmin
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Hi,

No so much information provided to this. However, I suggest you to use already existing switch without Passive PoE powering connection and in addition Passive PoE Power Injector like one of these. This will work for sure.

See below:

https://www.plaisio.gr/anavathmisi-diktia/diktiaka/switches/ubiquiti-poe-injector-poe-24-12w_3254755?gclid=CjwKCAjwi6WSBhA-EiwA6NiokzEkcgk36uGwARqUodvS77urazoeM3PvKnHdcAjiAYVdSMv0h4Nk1hoCfDIQAvD_BwE

https://www.e-shop.gr/tp-link-tl-poe10r-poe-receiver-adapter-p-PER.612377?gclid=CjwKCAjwi6WSBhA-EiwA6NiokxXejTMF2SRcBF9bTZ9vteWtWpYGxmJbXL8nJoKJoqO42FVATMhCExoC2IkQAvD_BwE

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Any updates on the firmware or manual? Also, have you considered an open source version of the firmware? Allowing users to work on it might help make it easier on you. 


   
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PiAdmin
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Hi,

This week before our (orthodox) Easter we will release full version for manual and firmware.

Regarding firmware source, yes it is planned to release it to publicity (some libraries will be closed for them) in about next month. However, this firmware is written with paid compiler (in C) and if someone like to use it need to buy it from manufacturer (www.ccsinfo.com) and costs about 600 EURO.

Best Regards

Pi Master


   
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timothyalen
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Hi, thanks, I believe I get it, but your second picture is confusing me again because the capacitor's gray band that indicates the negative polarity is visible and it is turned away from the GPIO header.

Is this just a mistake in the picture?

Best regards,

Timothy Alen


   
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PiAdmin
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@eighty2fifty1 

Hi,

Release already newer version

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carlo
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hello

connected the pi and the module and supplied it with power via https://www.dectdirect.nl/nl/ubiquiti-instant-8023af-adapter-indoor-gigabit.html
and this is working

next question is it possible to make the system also work via usb so no more sd

 


   
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PiAdmin
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Hi,

You can power your system via "USB C" and "PPoE" at the same time. There is protection for this.

However you need to make sure that there is not ground loops, just for a case

You can not power via PPoE and EPR at the same time. So my answer is positive to your question.

Please explain your question "next question is it possible to make the system also work via usb so no more sd" I do not understand it.

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