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In our recent webinar with Palo Alto’s Fuel User Group on network connectivity, we went over two main topics, one on Cabling and Connectors, and the other on 100M Copper networks in Industrial Ethernet environments.
Actually, it never went away, especially in industrial environments such as manufacturing, industrial settings, utilities, and some military applications due to the fact that change is considered disruption in these industries.
In this video, we’ll go over some of the different factors that must be taken into consideration when making your connectivity choice in industrial settings.
Different environment factors such as vibration, temperature, and water immersion play a role in making the decision on what type of cable to use.
DC power and Power over Ethernet(PoE) allow you to operate in conditions with higher vibrations.
Mounting of the equipment itself is different in industrial ethernet environments, with rack mounts rarely being used in industrial settings.
Jerry Dillard leverages two decades in design and engineering to ensure maximum performance within today’s network environments. Dillard, as the inventor of the Bypass Network Test Access Point (TAP), has secured his legacy as he continues to provide network solutions for data centers worldwide.