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HARTING 4-pair PROFINET Cables Enable Higher Data Rates

HARTING 4-pair PROFINET Cables Enable Higher Data Rates

HARTING new PROFINET cablesWith the new PROFINET cables, HARTING strategically expands the company’s industrial Ethernet portfolio in the fast-growing market of Ethernet systems in industrial environments.

There are a multitude of good reasons to opt for PROFINET in automation, including real-time transmission, robust cabling technology, high reliability, simple installation, and fast commissioning. The new 4-pair PROFINET cables offer all of these advantages and also permit data rates to be boosted from 100Mb/s up to 10 Gb/s, making the network infrastructure fit for the future.

HARTING has designed the new PROFINET cables in two versions — type A for fixed installation and type B for flexible installation. While the PROFINET cable for fixed installation requires only inner wire conductors, tinned stranded wires ensure the necessary mobility in the variant for flexible applications. As per the PROFINET guidelines, the outer sheath in the PIMF versions is made of green PVC.

The 4-pair Ethernet cables meet the criteria for EMC separation class d pursuant to EN 50174-2 and resist increased lateral crush loads in the harsh industrial environment. In addition, they are flame-resistant and UV-resistant.

The HARTING PROFINET cabling portfolio includes cable types A, B, and C connectors such as RJ45 and M12, as well as accessories such as panel feed-thrus and hybrid interfaces for simultaneously supplying devices with both data and power.

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