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FOCUS Communications & Networking


Staying connected


It is universally acknowledged that a plant manager in search of Industry 4.0 functionality requires a router. But it’s also true that you get what you pay for. If you buy a pair of knock-off designer sunglasses while on holiday, their performance will no-doubt fall short of the real thing. The same goes for your industrial router. Here, Anna Wels, vice president, market unit icom for industrial router manufacturer, Insys, explains the considerations that must be made when looking to digitalise your plant with the installation of an industrial router





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Security


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A partnership to drive and define solutions


   


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Retrofitting from old to new


             


 H


arting is cooperating with TE Connectivity (TE) to set Single Pair


Ethernet (SPE) as the de-facto infrastructure solution to enable the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The two companies will together drive solutions which will define the infrastructure for SPE. There are several SPE standards in IEEE


802.3 covering wired Ethernet technology for LANs and WANs. The latest, 802.3cg 10Base- T1, for distances up to 1km, will be released


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in 2019. SPE allows for a single open, scalable Ethernet-based network within the automation system. This significantly reduces complexity, costs and enables the technology to go beyond existing borders. Harting and TE Connectivity are inviting


companies to partner up to drive Single Pair Ethernet as the infrastructure solution for the fast-growing IIoT market.


Harting www.harting.com/UK/en-gb


        


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