3onedata's Modbus Solution Makes Network Integration Easy and Compatible

3onedata’s Modbus gateways provide a simple and cost-effective solution to connect new or existing devices running the Modbus serial protocol (Modbus/ASCII or Modbus/RTU) to an Ethernet network.

3onedata's 2.5G Ethernet Switch to Fulfill Your Various Demands of Industrial Automation

Satisfying high bandwidth and fast and reliable network expansion are critical for improving operational efficiency and reducing operating costs for industrial applications. 3onedata IES6300 series switches provide 2.5G high-bandwidth uplink ports with high performance and enhanced reliability, enabling field engineers to easily connect various bandwidth-demanding devices and expand reliable networks.

Save Your Confined Cabinet Space and Reduce Costs by 3onedata’s Switch with Serial Interface

The limited space inside control cabinets is often considered as a challenge for automation engineers and system integrators in industrial field applications. The IES615-2DI series and IES618-4D series from 3onedata integrate a managed Ethernet switch and an industrial serial device server into a single device, help users to save space in their cabinets and reduce costs at the same time, since there is no need to purchase a switch and serial device server separately.

Enable Your Serial-to-Ethernet Solutions Simple and Cost-effective

As we can see the devices at field sites have multiple interfaces and use different communication protocols, which makes connectivity complex and challenging for engineers. To enable the serial-to-Ethernet connectivity simple and help industrial applications optimize their operational efficiency and increase productivity, 3onedata offers easy-to-use solutions to make sure all kinds of serial devices can be connected to an Ethernet-based network.

The Difference Between Layer 3 Switch and Router

Among many network products, switches play a vital role in building high-performance networks, and their technical development is also remarkable. Now, the word "layer 3 switching" has become more popular in the industry. In large and medium-sized networks, there are many networks with Gigabit layer 3 switches as the core. With the rapid development of enterprise network, campus network and broadband network, layer 3 switch has become a new market growth point. Its application has penetrated from the backbone layer and aggregation layer of the initial network center to the access layer at the edge of the network. And the field is no longer dominated by foreign manufacturers.

Five Things You Need to Consider When Selecting an Industrial Switch

As Ethernet network designs are becoming more and more popular for enhancing the reliability and availability of data communications in hazardous conditions, your choice of Ethernet switch that form your control and information network infrastructure becomes as critical as any other part of your process. In this article, we will discuss five different details you should take into consideration to ensure you to select the right switch.

Difference Between Industrial Switch and Commercial Switch

Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution, projects are implemented in many countries today. In this context, network communication gains importance as part of the digital network. Compared to commercial switch, the industrial Ethernet switch can provide reliable, stable and safe network communication in complex industrial environments. But how to recognize whether it’s an industrial switch?

What Is A PoE Switch and Why You Need the Industrial Ethernet PoE Switch?

The large amount of devices used by industrial applications such as transportation, public facility and manufacturing automation will give rise to the cables in a condition of disorder. With industrial devices becoming more power-hungry, the PoE technology wins a good reputation among users with the capability to provide higher power and reduce the number of cables required. In this article we will discuss what is PoE switch and how to use PoE switch.

Difference Between Managed Switches and Unmanaged Switches

The use of Ethernet on factory floors and in industrial applications to access and remotely monitor data is rapidly growing. As Ethernet reaches the factory floor, choosing the right infrastructure—including the right switch for the right application—is imperative to maximize the performance of an entire system. At the highest level, this decision begins with the selection of managed and unmanaged Ethernet switches. In this article, we’ll compare unmanaged switches to managed switches from different aspects, and suggest when and where to use each type of switch.

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