Courses in this module address topics such as: Network protocols, fieldbus, wireless, Ethernet, cabling & connectors, more...
Moxa offers a wide array of device networking products that feature open Ethernet infrastructure, industry-proven standards, extended temperature tolerance, environmental protection, and network redundancy to ensure network availability and reliability. Product lines range from industrial Ethernet switches, industrial wireless devices, serial cards, serial device servers, and embedded device servers, to USB and fieldbus components. All of our products are designed to stand up to harsh environments and are ideal for deploying mission-critical applications in fields such as maritime, oil and gas, power and utilities, rail, and factory automation.
Founded in 1987, Moxa is a leading manufacturer of industrial networking, computing, and automation solutions. We create solutions that deliver a competitive edge for our customers in adapting to fast changing network and market environments. Moxa delivers network-centric automation solutions that integrate automation and IT systems into a single network platform that simplifies management, reduces costs, and achieves greater reliability and efficiency.
This guidebook will provide you with a more comprehensive understanding of industrial wireless technologies and serve as your most trusted guide to getting un-wired!
This white paper will explore the various challenges presented by existing redundant networking technologies and introduce a new redundant solution that resolves many existing problems.
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