Ready for the requirements of future-proof networks

Wieland Electric supports maximum flexibility and reliable industrial communication with SFP (small form-factor) ports.

Today network technology in the industrial environment has to be faster, more adaptable and more secure. The objective is to simultaneously communicate bigger volumes of data rapidly and reliably.

Wieland Electric has increased its industrial communication range in order to offer users the maximum possible options in the construction of high-performance networks. SFP ports are available for both unmanaged and managed IP switches, allowing you to respond quickly and simply to changing network technology requirements while taking advantage of fibre optic technology’s benefits.

Depending on the needs and type of SFP module used, the SFP ports can be used to increase the number of conventional RJ45 copper-bound connections via CAT5/6/7 cable or to connect a single/multimode fibre optic cable. This means that the network technology can be designed to be incredibly flexible by adding extra network users or improving transmission speed. This is where fibre optic technology in particular comes into its own. It makes it possible to transmit large volumes of data reliably even over long distances. Wieland’s SFP ports are hot-pluggable, making them even more adaptable.

As part of its portfolio expansion in the area of industrial communication, Wieland Electric enables the greatest possible flexibility in the implementation of high-performance network technology with the SFP modules.

Wieland Electric Ltd

Ash House, Tanshire Park
Shackleford Road
Elstead
GU8 6LB
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1483 531213

sales.uk@wieland-electric.com

www.wielandsafety.net

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