Retrofit Solution Connects All Generations of Motor Controlled Centers to Ethernet Based Devices

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The risk of downtime and maintenance cost has become a leading pain point for many companies.

But, physical network infrastructure solutions including, structure cabling and converged plantwide Ethernet (CPwE), is now part of a retrofit solution that provides the infrastructure required to connect added industrial switches and other smart devices for common Motor Controlled Center (MCC) upgrades.

Remaining fully functional, the MCC Copper Cabling Bundle System removes industrial switches away from harsh environments by taking them out of their cabinets.

With the promised delivery of consistency and repeat-ability, and in response to an increased demand for Intelligent MCC, Panduit launched the enhanced (MCC) Copper Cabling Bundle System.

This system is a cost-effective alternative to purchasing new equipment to upgrade and retrofit an existing MCC.

This system delivers:

  • Consistent monitoring of your systemsretrofit solution
  • Flexibility for easy adjustments when needed
  • Pre-terminated product: providing consistent network performance while reducing installation time and on-site waste.
  • Ensured verified performance: 100% factory tested before the product is delivered to you.

While also providing you the needed electrical infrastructure and control panel solution consumables, Panduit offers quality design guidance for plantwide physical network upgrades to all our customers.

Panduit works closely with certified partners to develop a building-block approach to deploy industrial networks with complete validation and highly integrated solutions that manufacturers need most.

Learn more about the MCC Copper Cable Bundle System.

2 thoughts on “Retrofit Solution Connects All Generations of Motor Controlled Centers to Ethernet Based Devices

  1. How does this work? Can we see a drawing of what you are supposed to do with this cable inside an existing MCC? An architecture drawing? The spec sheet doesn’t say anything…

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