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Single Pair Ethernet in Automation

by Mike Vermeer, Ethernet Alliance member; Engineering Development Strategy Manager, Panduit I have the distinct privilege of mentoring a team of bright and enthusiastic students as part of the FIRST® Tech Challenge®, a program that inspires children towards science and technology leadership and innovation. Each summer, students excitedly anticipate the challenge released near the beginning of…

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2020: Network Infrastructure Year in Review

It has become somewhat of a cliché to refer to these as “unprecedented times,” but that is exactly what we have all been experiencing. Children and pets have become coworkers, couches and kitchen tables have become workstations, virtual meetings have become the norm, and “you’re on mute” is forever engrained in the minds of many.…

Meet Panduit (Virtually) at Automation Fair at Home!

What’s Lurking in Your Operation? Panduit can help uncover efficiency-robbing menaces that scare away productivity. Visit our virtual booth at Rockwell Automation Fair from November 16-20 to learn more about our products & solutions! The Automation Fair® At Home experience will feature the newest solutions and innovations, the opportunity to interact with technology experts and…

Single Pair Ethernet connector standard published by IEC

Panduit is pleased to announce the approval of the IEC 63171-1 (Variant 1) Single Pair Ethernet connector style by ISO IEC SC48B, the standards body that helps with international standardization of low voltage connectors. This newly standardized Single Pair Ethernet connector design will be key to supporting the explosion of Ethernet connectivity into edge devices…

Considerations When Applying TIA-1005-A to the Network Infrastructure in Various Harsh Environments

Communication networks are everywhere, deployed behind the scenes and in many instances forgotten.  A reliable network design must consider and accommodate many different environments, while maintaining structured flow of data and allowing for future expansion.  Designing and deploying according to the TIA-1005-A specification is critical to industrial, harsh and outdoor spaces. Compliant connectivity and cabling…

Rockwell Automation Fair 2019

There is a rapid influx of smart equipment and connected devices that communicate on an industrial Ethernet network which enables manufacturers to understand the performance of machines and processes like never before. Yet equally important to what is connected, is how devices are connected. New technologies enable manufacturers to manage infrastructure, deploy devices and share information in new ways.