METZ CONNECT now offers integrated application software for meter reading and shutter control for building automation in their BACnet units.
METZ CONNECT is the first manufacturer to market an X-coded M12 jack for field assembly.
For several years now, we have been following an international growth strategy and have jointly developed individual marketing and sales activities in our companies RIA CONNECT GmbH and BTR NETCOM GmbH, as well as bringing together processes and organizations worldwide.
METZ CONNECT is continuously developing its range of M12 plug connectors: After the two-pair D-coded M12 plug connectors for Industrial Ethernet were introduced in fall of 2010, in compliance with IEC 61076-2-109, the Blumberg company presented a new version of the X-coded M12 plug connector for Gigabit Ethernet.
Optimization for the customer: METZ CONNECT will be one of the first companies in the industry to enter into the C|Logline range of the LON series, with its powerful FT5000 BTR NETCOM brand processor. The new modules are already available on the German and international market today.
BTR NETCOM GmbH, a specialist in building and industrial wiring in the METZ CONNECT Group offers a connection system for multiple applications. The connection units comply with the C6Amodule Cat.6A Standard ISO/IEC 11801 and are GHMT (Gesellschaft für Hochfrequenzmesstechnik) certified. The modules impress with their extremely high system integration capabilities and can be easily integrated into existing E-DAT modul and Keystone system applications.
THR compatible Terminal Blocks and Headers
By: Michael Balekdjian, Application Engineer, RIA CONNECT, INC.
P|Cabling IP20 RJ45 field plug component # 1401405012-I allows you to use an Ethernet Class E / Cat.6 connection for 10 BaseT, 100 BaseTX, 1000 BaseT and 10000 BaseT (10G) networks and is backwards compatible for any RJ45 Ethernet cabling system. Unique design enables dramatically faster field termination of screened (ScTP and F/UTP) and fully shielded (S/FTP) four-pair 100Ω (balanced) copper cable. Field termination requires no special tools.
Unlike traditional office settings, Ethernet has spread into environments where protection from noise, solids, liquids and even gases is of concern. Manufacturing equipment and automated test environments are just some of the more common areas where standard RJ45 based connectors do not offer protection from these sources of contamination. Conditions in these environments warrant the use of industrial grade connectors and connection systems. The primary evolution involves encasing or shrouding the standard RJ45 in either a plastic or metal housing, depending on the application and required durability.