Device Net Cables
Device Net is the communication protocol level devices for industrial automation products. A Device Net network is a system link low cost open between industrial devices such as sensors and actuators and higher-level devices, such as programmable logic controllers and computers. Device Net networks use network-independent protocol called Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) to provide control, configuration and data collection capabilities. Additional flexibility is provided through the network capacity to work with devices from multiple vendors - and, unlike other protocols, the user can add tape power at any point (with a maximum current of 8 amps to pair using thick cable)- allowing redundant power supplies.
Device Net Cables design
One Shielded twisted pair 120 Ω impedance, one power feeding shielded twisted pair cabled together with a drain conductor and filler members, overall wrapped with special PET, overall shielded and jacketed with industrial grade compounds.