Download the white paper: “The Case for Specifying Industrial Ethernet Cable for Harsh Environments”
This white paper explains:
- The risks, priorities and true cost of signal transmission failures for industrial Ethernet network infrastructure
- The applications and environments where industrial-grade cable delivers a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) over office-grade cable
- A detailed comparison of office-grade versus industrial-grade cable components
- The environmental factors to evaluate when determining Ethernet cable requirements
- How to select the right industrial-grade Ethernet cable, including whether it should be copper or fiber
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From the white paper:
“In addition to system integration and interoperability, there are many other key business benefits to a complete, end-to-end Ethernet solution – from cabling and connectivity, to active components and associated hardware.”
“Untimely and costly disruptions can largely be prevented through a well-planned and executed network infrastructure that incorporates environmentally hardened, industrial-grade components in the physical, data link and network layers.”
“Given many network performance problems are due to failure at the physical media layer – it is critical to ensure that components are designed and constructed to withstand the operational and environmental stressors to which they are subjected.”