Fischer Connectors at the SPE Forum in Ludwigsburg, October 26th

October 20, 2023 · 1 min read

At the Single Pair Ethernet Forum organized in Ludwigsburg, Germany, by the Single Pair Ethernet System Alliance, Matthias Grau, Solutions Engineering Manager at Fischer Connectors GmbH, will explain in his presentation which standards and protection classes are important, how connector-cable connections can be optimized, and how even ultra-miniaturized solutions can be reliably protected against external influences.


Presentation abstract

The IIoT market is growing exponentially: experts expect annual growth of more than 20 percent, reaching a market volume of 1.5 trillion euros by 2030. With the billions of networked smart sensors, computers and machines, as well as their actuators and controllers, the demands on power and data volumes in Industry 4.0 and IIoT production environments are also increasing. Power and data must be transmitted and managed safely and efficiently – even over longer cable distances.


Added to this is ultra-miniaturization: miniature connectors and cable assemblies interconnect ever-smaller devices and sensors in areas that are difficult to access. Connections must nevertheless be robust to withstand shock, vibration, extreme temperatures, water and corrosion in indoor and outdoor applications.


Thus, in numerous applications with Single Pair Ethernet, not only fast data transmission is crucial, but especially the robustness and resistance of the components.


Matthias Graus’ presentation is scheduled for 11:30 – 12:00, October 26, 2023

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