PoE Light US
  • Power over Ethernet


    The combination of low-voltage LED lighting and Power over Ethernet,
    has created a exciting synergy that is revolutionizing smart homes, businesses and schools.
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  • Embrace the change
    that is coming down the road.

    We are living in a gold-rush time of amazing technological changes. 

    Let PoE Light US introduce you to some future-proof PoE innovations

    that are becoming industry standards. We'll show you what is

    coming down the road and prepare you for what the future holds.

  • Future-proof
    your building project

    If you have a new construction project on the horizon,
    wouldn't it be great to have someone who can
    educate your stakeholders about innovations that can substantially reduce your constructions costs
    and create a greener, more energy-efficient building?
    How's that for future-proofing your investment?

Welcome to PoE Light US!

There is a quiet revolution occurring within the energy sector right now. For over a century we all have relied on alternating electrical current (AC) to light our homes and provide power to all of our home appliances. Our electrical grid infrastructure has been based on the generation of AC power, but that is changing because our needs are changing. Most of the energy-efficient devices used in our homes today actually require DC power to operate. These include common household products such as lights, laptops, phones, TVs, smart phones, printers and any Ethernet powered device.


Low-voltage LED lights are now standard fixtures in homes and businesses. Because the wiring to those lights is most likely 120V AC power, each bulb needs a transformer attached to it’s base to convert that AC power to usable low-voltage DC power. Doing it this way generates heat, and hence, wasted energy. It’s a bit like using a high-pressure garden hose to fill up a glass of water.


Greener solutions like solar panels and wind turbines both generate their electricity as DC. All battery storage systems are also DC. Since most of our homes are wired for AC power, any DC generated power must be changed to AC as it enters our home – only to be changed back again to DC before being used by any low-voltage device.


It is now possible to power low-voltage lights and devices directly with DC power through Power over Ethernet. This approach provides a much safer and more efficient system, less expensive to install and operate. It is revolutionizing how smart homes and buildings are constructed.


At PoE Light US we are excited about the low-voltage lighting solutions available for use right now – perfect for new home construction! We can also provide information on networked PoE lighting for larger scale projects, like schools and businesses.