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SPE Industrial Partner Network is growing


SPE Industrial Partner Network is growing

The SPE (Single Pair Ethernet) Industrial Partner Network has more than doubled its membership in just a few months. Starting with seven founding members, the number rose to 16 after the SPS fair in November 2019. Each company is specialized in a different area, which is what is needed to strengthen and complete the SPE ecosystem. This shared common basis creates the international standardization for SPE infrastructure to IEC 11801-x, IEEE 802.3 and IEC 63171-6, to which all members refer.

Published on 23 January 2020, IEC 63171-6 created the basis for all future IIoT networks. This doesn’t mean that things have stood still, but that there has been an agreement over a market-wide standard for SPE infrastructure, meaning investment security for users. On this basis, a comprehensive portfolio can be developed for the single-pair Ethernet market.

Harting has already announced that it will show serial parts for the IP20 version of the T1 Industrial interface in the field assembly format in AWG 28-22 and overmoulded AWG 28-22, and the corresponding device sockets at Hannover Messe.

Photo: Introduced to the public at the SPS in November 2019, the SPE Network already has 16 partner companies.


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