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Mar 15 2016

Hirschmann's Spider III Unmanaged Ethernet Switches Built for the Future

Posted by Bill Hirschinger in Networking

Finding equipment that will be useful and reliable down the road can be difficult with the ever-evolving world of technology. Yet, Hirschmann took that uncertainty into account when designing the Spider III Standard Line switches.

The Spider III delivers a low-cost entry into industrial Ethernet technology, while still providing the capability to transmit large volumes of data. The switches are a great fit for both harsh environments and applications where switch management is not necessary, with a high mean time between failures (MTBF) that guarantees reliability. This makes the Spider III an ideal choice for manufacturing and machine building, resulting in a smooth, uninterrupted communication experience.

Its speed and flexibility give it the necessary ability to be effective for future use. The Spider III is equipped with up to eight Gigabit Ethernet ports and two optional fiber-optic ports all within a compact design. Due to the increasing amount of Ethernet-based field devices like sensors and actuators, there is a need for industrial Ethernet switches with a higher port count and data rates at the field level.

Additionally, the Spider III has a simple plug-and-play principle that makes for easy installation without compromising quality. Multiple devices can be connected without requiring a complex configuration process.

 

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