HARTING will be exhibiting Ethernet communication products and the technology of today and tomorrow at HANNOVER MESSE (23 to 27 April 2018 / Hall 11 / Stand C15). Miniaturisation is one of six trends marking the evolution of Integrated Industry and describing the benefit for the customer. Components and complete machines are contracting in all areas of industry and automation. Digitisation is also diversifying smart devices and de-centralised processing power out in the field. Where large data highways and branched bus systems used to prevail, increasingly intelligent components such as camera systems, sensors and actuators are now taking high-speed Ethernet out to the furthest field levels. They are the lifelines of an increasingly powerful and rapidly networked industry.

In order to provide device manufacturers with suitable interfaces for miniaturisation, HARTING has created a new series of smaller alternatives to established sizes in the connector sector. What was once achieved with a RJ45 is now covered by ix Industrial®. It’s smaller, but nevertheless more robust and capable of up to 10GBits in terms of speed. For applications where users are dealing with operating materials or other environmental impacts, it can take fast Ethernet to sensors with HARTING M8 D-coded that wouldn’t have reached their place of deployment with the M12.

This approach doesn’t stop at the housing wall. Miniaturisation is also a regime that can be applied to circuit boards. Thanks to clever transformer integration, M12 Magnetics achieves space savings of up to 30%, and simplifies conductor path routing.

And, because miniaturisation still has a long way to go, HARTING is pursuing research and development in T1/single pair Ethernet transmission technology. In the spirit of Connect & Collaborate, HARTING as the SPE transmission solution provider is reaching out for the support of reliable technology partners such as LEONI and Reutlingen Business School. Single twisted pair Ethernet – one of the HARTING highlights at HANNOVER MESSE 2018.

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Über die HARTING Stiftung & Co. KG

The HARTING Technology Group is one of the world’s leading providers of industrial connection technology for the three lifelines of Data, Signal and Power and has 13 production plants and branches in 44 countries. Moreover, the company also produces retail checkout systems, electromagnetic actuators for automotive and industrial series use, as well as hardware and software for customers and applications in automation technology, robotics and transportation engineering. In the 2016/17 business year, some 4,600 employees generated sales of EUR 672 million.

Firmenkontakt und Herausgeber der Meldung:

HARTING Stiftung & Co. KG
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Telefax: +49 (5772) 47-400

Michael Klose
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E-Mail: michael.klose@harting.com
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