Components provide network, Internet capabilities

Alpharetta, Ga. —Simatic Net series of control hardware, firmware, and cabling options complements this line of high-speed switches that integrate production floor and critical IT data at 100 Mbps. These industrial Ethernet components allow users to build a high-bandwidth network with Internet management capabilities and are optimized for connectivity with a native-socket, TCP/IP firmwa...

01/01/1970


Alpharetta, Ga. —Simatic Net series of control hardware, firmware, and cabling options complements this line of

high-speed switches that integrate production floor and critical IT data at 100 Mbps. These industrial Ethernet components allow users to build a high-bandwidth network with Internet management capabilities and are optimized for connectivity with a native-socket, TCP/IP firmware interface. Simatic optical and electrical switching modules, joined with Ethernet communications processors for PCs and S7 PLCs, provide network access to controller data via 9-pin or RJ45 connections. All Ethernet components are de-signed to function in a stand-alone system or integrated with field-level networks.

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