With the advent of Single Pair Ethernet (SPE), systems that formerly used RS-485 serial communications can be upgraded with little change to the media and brought into the broader Ethernet network. In addition, Single Pair Ethernet brings the added benefit of remote powering of devices using SPoE (Single Pair Power over Ethernet), a standard like the familiar PoE (Power over Ethernet).
New single-pair Ethernet (SPE) physical-layer standards developed by the IEEE are offering new connectivity solutions for communicating asset health insights for condition-monitoring applications. 10BASE-T1L is a new Ethernet physical-layer standard (IEEE 802.3cg-2019) that was approved by the IEEE on November 7, 2019. It will dramatically change the automation industry by significantly improving operational efficiency through seamless Ethernet connectivity to field-level assets.
Watch this webinar on demand to learn how SPE can impact future building automation system architectures, simplifying networks, and providing greater access to the building system data that can drive efficiency and provide a more pleasant user experience through building technology.
Connectivity is one of the fundamental pillars upon which the industrial IoT (IIoT) is built. Over the last few decades, industrial connectivity in particular has evolved considerably, especially in response to the ever-changing requirements of the manufacturing industry.
With the growth of the internet of things (IoT), machine-to-machine communications, building automation sensors and other emerging technologies, there is greater demand for connectivity that can deliver both power and data over longer distances to support these applications. Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) is poised to address these trends, as it combines reliable, economical, lightweight and space-efficient single pair cabling with Ethernet’s non-proprietary protocols for greater interoperability.
Despite causing a bit of controversy in the industry since they were not originally recognized within ANSI/TIA cabling standards that require twisted-pair structured cabling to consist of 22 AWG to 26 AWG cables, these skinny patch cords continued to grow in popularity.
Single pair Ethernet is coming to a building near you. This webinar will discuss 802.3cg industrial and intelligent building targets, provide an overview of SPE use cases including industrial process control, intelligent building connections, sensors and building controls. Our speakers will then address PoE, PoDL, cable heating considerations, and SPE vs. batteries and wireless. The webinar will wrap up with a discussion on SPE testing
WiseUp talking with Panduit legend and Senior Principal Engineer, Bob Voss. In addition to his decades of service at Panduit, he finds time to sit on the Ethernet Alliance Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) subcommittee, amongst being active in several other industry groups. Tune in and WiseUp to what Panduit has going on. Whether you work in data centers, building automation or automotive and manufacturing you should check out this episode.
Join Panduit November 4th from 10am-12pm CST for its first online summit. Things have changed NOW and we need to adapt with our technologies and business processes to be ready for what is NEXT. Topics include Panduit’s perspective of the market – the challenges, opportunities, technologies and solutions that are helping smart businesses succeed; Real-world stories from customers and partners – how they did it and what they learned; and a sneak peek at new Panduit products that will change the game now and beyond
With many North American cabling projects specified to comply with TIA standards, these documents are among the most relevant to all parties involved in cabling-system design, installation, certification or management. This webinar will provide an update on both new and existing standards that are relevant to ICT professionals. Attendees will learn how to identify and understand the elements of a cabling standard that matter most to cabling design, installation & maintenance professionals; standard specifications related to high-density optical fiber cable; and the latest developments in copper cabling standards including single-pair cabling, PoE and cabling for WiFi support.