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METZ CONNECT News

Current news about METZ CONNECT

OpDAT MTP® Cable assemblies
Nov 25, 2021

METZ CONNECT has already been offering patch cords with MPO/MTP® connectors for several years.

MPO/MTP® connectors are mainly used in data centers at transmission rates of e.g. 40 or 400 GBit/s. They are used to connect distribution technology, e.g. 19" panels, and active components such as servers or switches.

The trade fair highlights at a glance
Nov 19, 2021

Your Partner for company-wide networking

The METZ CONNECT Group stands for high quality contact technology and connection elements in the electrotechnical and electronic area. Around the world, our products guarantee safe and reliable connections for smooth information flow – from the circuit board to the infrastructure environment.

You can find an overview of our trade fair highlights for 2021/2022 here.

BACnet IP Router – Network Connection of BACnet MS/TP Fieldbus Components
Oct 19, 2021

With the METZ CONNECT BACnet router BMT-RTR, BACnet MS/TP devices are connected to a BACnet/IP network. The BMT-RTR is a compact multi-network router that allows routing between BACnet/IP, BACnet Ethernet and BACnet MS /TP networks. 32 BACnet MS/TP devices can be run on the router, thereby allowing unlimited transfer of BACnet objects between the BACnet /IP and BACnet MS /TP network.


OpDAT APL – compact termination point for the FITH area
Sep 30, 2021

A modern design, protection against access by third parties and versatile installation options – the new fiber optic termination point OpDAT APL offers these and other advantages.


M12 circular connector in the Internet of Things: now also on the sensor/actuator level
Apr 22, 2021

Consistent and systematic construction and expansion of the M12 circular connector family

METZ CONNECT has expanded the modular system of PCB connectors in the M12 range to include A-coded variants in accordance with DIN EN 61076-2-101. The connectors conform to the standards and are therefore predestined for all transmissions on the sensor and actuator level.

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