Would You Place a Penguin in the Desert? Then why would you put ordinary production cable in your hot zones?

You Can’t Afford Downtime

Industrial environments are harsh. Temperatures vary from extreme heat to extreme cold. Machines create intense noise and vibrations. Dust, water and chemicals add more complexity. And in today’s connected world, security is a growing issue.

In the face of all that, how do you build and maintain a reliable network infrastructure?

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Ethernet: The Choice for Industrial Applications

According to the annual HMS Industrial Networks study, Ethernet became the number one platform for automation networks. Due to its ability for greater speed, bandwidth, flexibility and scalability, Ethernet offers benefits that traditional fieldbus installations can’t.

First introduced in 1980 and standardized three years later as IEEE 802.3, Ethernet connects a number of computer-based components to form a local area network, metropolitan area network or wide area network. This enables multiple devices to have access to the network for the exchange of data, audio or video transmissions.

In the industrial world, these transmissions might be running production lines, monitoring surveillance camera feeds, enabling WiFi onboard trains or buses or controlling pipeline flow for water or utility plants.

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Protect your mission-critical operations by choosing the network components that are field-tested and proven across numerous industrial applications.

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Extreme Temperature

As temperatures move up and down the thermometer, can your network keep working?

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How to Choose the Right Cable

Installing ruggedized cable is vital to prevent costly downtime and to ensure a safe, secure network. Watch this video to gain insight on how you can choose the right cable for your industrial application.

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