Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. Datasheets for Network Switches
Network switches connect network devices to host computers and allow a large number of devices to share a limited number of ports. They increase network capacity and speed by examining and filtering data packets. Switches also regenerate forwarded packets, reducing collision rates and permitting the use of additional nodes.
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|Gigabit Industrial Ethernet Network -- CC-Link IE Control||CC-Link IE Controller Network is the first open technology, gigabit industrial Ethernet network for automation. It combines the best of existing technologies and applies them in a highly reliable, redundant...|
|Gigabit Industrial Ethernet Network -- CC-Link IE Field||CC-Link IE Field network is the first open-technology gigabit Industrial Ethernet network extended down to the field device level. It combines the best of existing technologies and applies them in...|
|Industrial Ethernet Network -- EtherNet/IP||EtherNet/IPTM was introduced in 2001 and today is a industrial Ethernet network solution available for manufacturing automation. EtherNet/IPTM is a member of a family of networks that implements...|
|Network Module -- MODBUS/TCP||The QJ71MT91 module offers a full MODBUS/TCP network communications facility to any Q Series system. Use this module to establish control of a MODBUS/TCP network of devices from a Q...|
|V1 and V2 Device Level Network Master Module -- PROFIBUS-DP||The QJ71PB92V supports the more recent PROFIBUS-DPV1 and V2 advanced function set. Key Features: Profibus-DPV1 functions: - Acyclic slave communications - Slave alarm acquisition Profibus-DPV2 functions: - Slave station clock...|