Network interface cards for automotive, material handling applications

Molex's SST DN4 DeviceNet PCIe Network Interface Cards (NICs) are designed for automotive and semiconductor automation devices and material handling equipment applications.
By Molex March 11, 2016

Molex's SST DN4 DeviceNet PCIe Network Interface Cards (NICs) are designed for automotive and semiconductor automation devices and material handling equipment applications. Courtesy: MolexMolex’s SST DN4 DeviceNet PCIe Network Interface Cards (NICs) are a single-source manufacturing process for hardware and software and are designed for automotive and semiconductor automation devices and material handling equipment applications. The PCIe NICs scan DeviceNet signals in 3 to 5 ms, enabling real-time control. By combining master and slave functions, those operations can be executed simultaneously, enabling control schemes that require multiple functions. The combination also reduces customer NIC inventory requirements. SST DN4 DeviceNet PCIe NICs provide backward compatibility with DN3 cards for legacy system connections. The PCIe NICs are tested to ODVA Vol. 3, v.1.8 standards and support several operating systems and drivers such as Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7 (32- and 64-bit) and 8 (32- and 64-bit). Value-added features include OPC server configuration and diagnostic tools.

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