Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, together with Texas Instruments (TI) and Phoenix Contact present a new solutions page dedicated to single-pair Ethernet (SPE) technology.
With Industry 4.0 and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Ethernet is the undisputed network architecture on the factory floor, and serves as the primary means of connecting automation systems to the network. The leading technology of SPE extends Ethernet through a standardized connectivity interface and provides high-performance transmission of data and power through a single-wire pair to field-level sensor and actuator devices. The new SPE solutions page provides an engaging assortment of videos, blog posts, and an on-demand webinar, supplemented by product information on key TI and Phoenix Contact products.
TI’s DP83TD510E Ethernet IC offers extremely low power consumption and cable reach of 2,000 meters for both 1.0 Vpp and 2.4 Vpp modes. The IEEE 802.3cg 10BASE-T1L-compliant transceiver eliminates the need for additional protocols, gateways and cables for higher-bandwidth communications, allowing designers to extend the reach of their industrial communications and automation applications without increasing cabling costs or system weight.
Phoenix Contact SPE connectors offer an alternative to classic serial bus systems for efficient, consistent data transmission in factory and process automation. The SPE connectors meet IEC 63171-2 and -5 standards and are suitable for applications such as building and industrial automation, robotics, railway industry, and lighting.
Phoenix Contact is a founding member of the Single Pair Ethernet System Alliance. This alliance of leading technology companies aims to promote the use of SPE technology in the industry and establish uniform standards.
For more information, www.mouser.com
ELE Timeshttps://www.eletimes.com/author/eletimes-newsUsing Deep Learning Algorithms to Give Bicyclists the ‘Green Wave’ at Traffic Signals
ELE Timeshttps://www.eletimes.com/author/eletimes-newsIndia Innovates Technology That Generates Hydrogen Directly from Agricultural Residue
ELE Timeshttps://www.eletimes.com/author/eletimes-newsStudy Says ‘Blue Hydrogen’ Likely Bad for Climate
ELE Timeshttps://www.eletimes.com/author/eletimes-newsBest of Both Worlds—Combining Classical and Quantum Systems to Meet Supercomputing Demands