Ultra Energy Datasheets for Network Equipment

Network equipment is used to split, switch, boost, or direct packets of information along a network. This product area includes network hubs, switches, routers, bridges, gateways, multiplexers, transceivers and firewalls. In addition to device type, network equipment is defined by protocol (e.g., Ethernet).
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4 Port Cascadable 10/100 MBPS Ethernet Switch Powered Via Screw Terminals
Fiber optic signal transmission for process monitoring and control has been progressively adopted in recent years. In critical applications with very high requirements for data availability, it has become the...
The base unit (or brain) connects to the fiber optic cable and provides visual indication of fiber link status. Information is received from up to four input modules that can...
The ControlNet protocol is a globally accepted industrial networking standard (IEC 61158) that was specifically designed to meet the real-time, high-throughput requirements of an industrial network. A key characteristic of...
The EOTec 2104 is a rugged, high performance Industrial Ethernet ring switch that is designed to fill the gap between unmanaged and managed Ethernet switches. It provides all the benefits...
The use of fiber optic versus copper communications cable provides many advantages in industrial control applications. These include EMI/RFI immunity, the ability to easily run the cable through hazardous areas...