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  • Ethernet Cable for Industrial Environments
    This paper introduces the basic concepts and special considerations for the Industrial Ethernet cable design.
  • Ethernet Cable: A Guideline to Implementing Solid or Stranded Cables
    With businesses becoming increasingly more communication-centric, virtually every industry is now relying on industrial Ethernet technology to network critical devices and control systems as well as to enhance process automation and improve efficiency.
  • Industrial Ethernet: Know Your Cables and Connectors
    Though the physical layer of the cables and transmission rates may often be the same, there are number of significant differences between industrial grade and commercial grade Ethernet cables and connectors.
  • Industrial Ethernet made practical
    ) and motion controllers trying to talk to each other. To make matters slightly worse, some of the network cabling had been run in metal conduit. Such protection may be desirable for ac wiring and coax. It is a terrible idea for Ethernet cable. Incidents like this one are becoming more frequent
  • Know Your Cables and Connectors
    Although the physical layer of cables and transmission rates may often be the same, there are number of significant differences between industrial grade and commercial grade Ethernet cables and connectors.
  • Why Ethernet Can Be Your Best Connection
    outside the computer, the only connection needed is a Category-5 Ethernet cable. To add more control axes, use a readily available Ethernet hub or switch. Then, replacing a controller only involves configuring a new motion controller with software for the same, easy connection. Consider an Ethernet
  • Understanding the Differences between Cat 5e and Cat 6 Ethernet Cabling
    While there are three Ethernet cable choices in use-Cat 5, Cat 5e and Cat 6-only the latter two are still considered viable choices for telecom and industrial applications.
  • When Ethernet Bonds Are Too Rigid, The Result Can Be 'Break' Up and Disappointment...
    Ethernet cable and the resulting relationship to factory downtime. If you've been in the Ethernet connectivity game for any length of time, you've probably heard about bonded pairs and all the hype about how wonderful they are. They aren't new and in some cases, they do have benefits. Originally marketed

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