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Figure 3: Trunk-and-spur network topology for process automation with 10BASE-T1L MAC-PHY and 10BASE-T1L PHY


Table 1: Comparison of ADIN1100 PHY vs ADIN1110 MAC-PHY


modes: 2.4V peak-to-peak up to 1000m cable and 1.0V peak-to-peak at a reduced distance. The 1.0V peak-to-peak amplitude mode means that this new physical layer technology can also be used in the environment of explosion proof (ex-proof) systems and meets the strict maximum energy restrictions.


In summary A 10Mb Ethernet physical layer (10BASE- T1L) combined with power delivery (Engineered Power/PoDL/SPoE) on two wires, up to 1km, will enable new types of Ethernet-connected devices that generate higher value insights that are now more accessible via a converted IT/ OT Ethernet network. These new insights will drive higher productivity and reduce energy consumption in process and factory automation applications. In building automation applications these new insights will enable higher levels of energy effi ciency, safety and comfort. As a result, a 10BASE-T1L MAC-PHY will accelerate lower power device availability.


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Analog Devices Inc. www.analog.com


10 June 2021 | Automation


automationmagazine.co.uk


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