Need to do more with less? DataTuff Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) Cables help you do just that – minimizing the complexity of connecting and powering edge devices while providing higher reach and bandwidth over a single twisted pair.
With strong shielding and jacketing options, the Single Pair Ethernet cables provide reliable, uninterrupted connectivity from remote field devices to the cloud, even in the harshest environments. And with Power over Data Line (PoDL) capability to consolidate data and power delivery, you can benefit from increased uptime, process efficiency and operational profit.
As IT/OT convergence and other digitization of infrastructure is being driven forward by our current environment, Single-Pair Ethernet gives operators the ability to bring Ethernet to the edge. Check out this webinar by our very own Product Line Manger, Sylvia Feng, to learn more about these trends and what you can do to stay ahead of the transformation.
See what Belden is planning to do to answer the trends of IT/OT convergence and the digitization of the industrial automation environment.
Single Pair Ethernet technology in the industrial field—which uses one pair of wires instead of two pairs—has been proven out in the automotive industry, saving manufacturers millions by reducing cable cost and weight.
Read Belden’s latest white paper on this evolution of Ethernet to learn more about the newest standards, which have increased transfer distance 25-fold and added the capability to provide power over data.
As a founding member, Belden has worked alongside the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) to promote adoption of the next-generation of OT and IoT connectivity. The Single-Pair Ethernet Consortium (SPEC) was formed to bring together organizations that support and manufacture single-pair Ethernet devices, equipment and connectivity.
The purpose behind the group is to:
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Over the past 20 years, Ethernet has increasingly infiltrated the factory floor. Now real-time data from connected sensors and actuators are being monitored, shared and analyzed.Learn More
Network-connected devices like HVAC, occupancy and other building automation sensors are asking for power and low-speed data to be delivered to them.Learn More
As its name suggests, Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) cabling uses only one pair of wires to transmit data, as opposed to the two pair that have long been standard in the majority of Ethernet cabling in use worldwide.Learn More
For years, Ethernet cabling has used four twisted pairs to carry data without worrying about noise in data lines. But recent developments in IEEE 802.3 and TIA TR-42 has unveiled four standards projects which may change that.