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Industrial Ethernet networks can easily span up to 120 km with fiber optic cable or copper - if the media converters/extenders can withstand the rigors of industrial environments.

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Enhance Your System Efficiency with Wireless Networks

There are common risks in industrial environments that threaten to disrupt wireless communications. Here are the key factors to consider in order to avoid them.

 

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Smart Networks for Today's Industrial IoT

As we step into the Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) era, network reliability is still the first objective for automation systems. Given that a smart network infrastructure includes many networking devices, efficient network management and network reliability depend on device durability, connection redundancy, and cyber defense capability. See what smart networks do for you.


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Save Energy through IP Connectivity

When faced with increasing energy costs and stricter environmental policies, adopting the right new technology can deliver significant benefits. With IP (Internet Protocol) connectivity, operators can quickly see where energy is being wasted, and take immediate action to reduce power consumption—in many cases by up to 20%!


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How to Keep Your Data Communication Running

Check your system for each of the major hurdles to serial data communications, and find solutions that can overcome each challenge.



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How to Go Even Farther and Faster with Ethernet

Industrial Ethernet can increase its range with fiber or Ethernet extenders. Moxa delivers solutions for long-range Ethernet that thrive in harsh outdoor environments.


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How to Realize Remote Monitoring through Cellular

Our web site walks you through the key steps in deploying remote cellular monitoring technology for widely distributed data acquisition.



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How to Meet Increasing Bandwidth Requirements

Businesses around the world are leveraging the Internet of Things to create a smarter future, with one of the most critical initiatives the convergence of industrial automation networks and control systems. This convergence is having a noticeable impact by helping speed up bandwidth-hungry systems that already exist in a number of industrial applications.


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How to Select the Best Solution to Go Wireless

Moxa's wireless selection guide adresses the key questions that must be answered to select the best wireless solution for your application.



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How to Connect Different Industrial Devices to a Central Network

System operators are always on the lookout for solutions that allow them to centralize the control of data and manage devices in real time. This is because they use many different industrial communications protocols, including Modbus RTU, ASCII, Modbus TCP, PROFINET, EtherNet/IP, and PROFIBUS. If you're looking for a way to increase productivity and reduce operational costs, then we can help by showing you how to achieve it.


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How to Enable RS-485 Networks in One Step

Anyone who uses RS-485 will agree that manually adjusting pull-high/low and terminator resistors through trial and error are major pain points. Wouldn't it be great if it were possible to configure your RS-485 devices in just one step? There's now a new technology that eliminates the hassle of setting up or tuning serial hardware in RS-485 networks.


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How to Choose Reliable Serial-to-Ethernet Solutions

In today's increasingly competitive global environment, leveraging the right technologies is more important than ever for your business to stay ahead of the competition. Although serial device servers allow users to retain their legacy RS-232/422/485 devices and interface directly with future-proof Ethernet networks, ensuring high reliability and data integrity requires more than simple hardware.


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How to Do More with SmartPoE

Many different Ethernet switches are available on the market, so learning how to choose the best PoE switch for your application is essential to ensure that your equipment achieves maximum performance in every operating environment and minimizes installation and maintenance effort.


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