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Office communication was the only application for which Ethernet, a consistent data network for networks (LAN technology), was initially utilised. Industrial hardware, connectors, and Ethernet cables weren’t made suitable for industrial use until the turn of the millennium. So industrial ethernet was born.
SPE allows for reliable data transfer all the way down to the field level. As opposed to the preceding two or four pairs, this indicates that just one pair is needed to convey the signals.
The Global Industrial Single Pair Ethernet market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Prototype single pair Ethernet cables for use in industrial systems and machines were introduced by LAPP before anyone else. The initial single pair Ethernet cable is now readily available. LAPP will debut the new ETHERLINE T1 Y Flex 1x2x22/7 AWG.
The ETHERLINE T1 Y Flex 1x2x22/7 AWG is a two-core data cable for high-speed information transmission that is UL certified and reduces the setup time while maintaining high data speeds. It is incredibly light and simple to install and essential for connection at the field level because of its short bending radius and small outer diameter.
Phoenix Contact is growing its selection of Single Pair Ethernet data connectors from the ONEPAIR line. In factory and building automation systems, IP20 PCB connectors and patch cables in line with IEC 63171-2 are appropriate for effective data transmission.
The portfolio comprises compact device connectors for the reflow soldering process that are available in various designs, as well as pre-assembled patch cables in various lengths. A new addition is the connector with IDC displacement connection technology. The sturdy, two-piece housings are simple to put together without the use of any special tools.
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