By now, Ethernet is a well-established standard for industrial data communications, whether that is on the factory floor, to the control center, or out in the field. However, there are many situations where you may face the need to extend the network further than your existing nodes can support, or beyond the limitations of Ethernet itself. In this webinar, learn about these distance limitations and find out how best to overcome them for your application.
Here's What We'll Cover
The background of Ethernet and its distance limitations
The most practical and proven methods today for extending Ethernet connections
The key considerations and recommendations when deciding your approach
Paul Wacker, Manager, Edge Connectivity Moxa Americas Inc.
Paul Wacker has deep experience working with plant personnel, system integrators and original equipment manufacturers to improve flexibility and increase efficiencies through networking and communications, even before the popularity of Industrial Ethernet. He has worked as an applications engineer for several top-tier manufacturers and has been a guest speaker at many industry events.
Ariana Drivdahl, Product Manager, Industrial Ethernet Moxa Americas Inc. Ariana Drivdahl has worked in the industrial space for the past 10 years in a variety of positions including application engineer. She has helped implement many different types of automation equipment and has contributed to many successful communication installations for transportation, space, factory automation and other industries.