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Raspberry pi POE expansion board
Raspberry pi POE expansion board
Raspberry pi POE expansion board
Raspberry pi POE expansion board
Output 5V max. 5A, Can power 3 piece of X828


X765 Power over Ethernet (PoE) expansion board can make your project wiring a breeze - and best of all they work to connect any 802.3at/802.3af-capable router to your Raspberry Pi 3 model B+ and 4 model B. You can now power your Raspberry Pi and other devices in any location with just a single cable. Perfect for removing the clutter of wires and for reliable use in remote locations.

This is an economical, practical, high-performance, and reliable Isolated 5V 5000mA PoE+ expansion board with a variety of power output connectors based on IEEE 802.3at standard. It can divide power from a network cable, and can be used with any PoE/POE+ injector that is compatible with IEEE 802.3at /802.3af, and supply power for Raspberry Pi and other non-PoE network equipment.

Simply attach the standoffs in the four fixed holes of the expansion board, then connect to the Raspberry Pi's pin header using the specially-made daughter board. Once the board is connected, you can power your Pi through the RJ-45 network connector.

The X765 board is directly connected on top of the Raspberry Pi using the board GPIO header pins, and no wiring nor soldering is required, and duplicated the 40-pin header of the R-Pi in order to support existing expansion boards. X765 is fully compatible with Raspberry Pi 3B+ and Pi 4 B.


FOR USE WITH Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ / 4 Model B
OPERATING SYSTEM All Raspberry Pi operating systems
  • IEEE802.3 AT Standard (backward compliant with 802.3af)
  • Power Output: 5Vdc Max 5A
  • Fully isolated switched-mode power supply
  • Uses Texas Instruments' high-power, high-efficiency PoE interface PD and PWM controller
  • Integrated Short Circuit Protection and Output Over Voltage Protection
  • Supplies total 5 Amps regulated DC power and output via 3 XH2.54 connectors and 40-pin header
  • Powers the Raspberry Pi via the 40-pin header - no additional cabling required
  • Reserved 40-pin stackable Header for Add-On Boards
  • Fully compatible with X820, X850, X860, X870, X822, X852, X825, X828, X855, X856, X857
  • Mounting holes and standoffs provide mechanical stability of the RPi and X765 assembly
Technical Specification
  • Power input: 38~57Vdc
  • Output voltage: 5Vdc +/-5%
  • Output current: 4.8~5.5A (IEEE 802.3at), 2.5A (IEEE 802.3af)
  • Efficiency: ≥ 80%
  • Isolation: 1500V
NOTES - Don't not apply power to Raspberry Pi the Pi's Micro USB or Type-C power socket.

Packing List

  • X765 POE+ Board x 1
  • Screw M2.5 *6mm x 8
  • Spacer M/F M2.5*12mm x 4
  • Spacer F/F M2.5*12mm x 4


Q1:Does the X765 support to use with the X735?

A: Sorry, the X765 does not support to use with the X735.


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Anonymous user #4

22 months ago
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Hi, has the x765 enough power to provide power to an Rpi 4b + a x862 board? And, if yes, how to connect the power to the x862, via USB 3.0?

Anonymous user #4

22 months ago
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I mean a x862 with an SSD


22 months ago
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X765 be powered via Ethernet; X765 powers the Raspberry Pi via GPIO; Raspberry Pi powers X862 via USB connector

Anonymous user #3

24 months ago
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Is there an enclosure that can support 2.5" SSD, PoE+ and Power Management?

X825 V2.0 + X765 PoE+ + Power Management

Thanks in advance.


24 months ago
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Hi,sorry ,there is no metal case for X765 POE board + X825 board

Anonymous user #2

33 months ago
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Is it possible to use this in conjunction with the X735 power management board to allow use of the momentary power switch?


28 months ago
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Hello, Sorry, the X765 does not support to use with the X735.

Anonymous user #1

40 months ago
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Is it possible to connect a battery UPS to this?


40 months ago
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Hi friend, Sorry, X765 does not support connect any battery,please refer to X708.