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Explosion-protected Connectors
Explosion-protected Connectors

The eXLink Ethernet and eXLink USB explosion-protected connectors from Cooper Crouse-Hinds enable continuous, uninterrupted Ethernet and USB-based communications in hazardous environments. Thanks to these connectors, powerful Ethernet-based communication systems can be used in hazardous areas, since they comply with all explosion protection regulations and standards. They can replace conventional connectors in IT office environments, thus also allowing the real-time performance of Ethernet networks in hazardous areas. Tests have shown that the eXLink 4-pole + PA is safe to use up to 100MHz and with transmission rates up to 100Mbaud in accordance with the requirements of TIA/EIA-568-B.2, Category 5e.

Edited by: Filip Burm

Posted on August 30, 2010 - (970 views)
Cooper Crouse-Hinds GmbH
Neuer Weg-Nord 49
69412 Eberbach - Germany
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