In search of the (much smaller) RJ45 successor
While the standard eight-contact RJ45 has plenty of run left – it’s a proven, cost-effective choice for many applications – it’s also butting up against practical limitations in plant and product design.
Ethernet interface eases data exchange between two protocols
HARTING industrial-suited Edge Computer MICA comes with a secondary Ethernet interface and it can be used to easily exchange and process data between two Ethernet protocols, including wired-to-wireless gateway applications. It is necessary with many Industrie 4.0 applications to separate…
Ethernet connector enables miniaturization
HARTING ix Industrial Ethernet connector is a smaller and more rugged connector than the standard RJ45, providing Cat. 6A performance for 1/10Gbit/s Ethernet at the control Level. The socket size of the device is 70% smaller than the standard RJ45,…
Configurable control systems provides flexibility for PROFINET, Ethernet/IP
PILZ PNOZmulti 2 configurable control system for safety and automation applications provides two new communication modules for connection to Ethernet-based systems. With these, the base unit can now be expanded on the left-hand side and can easily be connected to…