Next Level Network Integration Tactical Brief
Featuring five topics: "The Challenge of IT/OT Convergence in Manufacturing", "Is Integrated Safety Acceptable Now?", "4 Reasons Why Time Sensitive Networking Matters", "Secure and Stable Networks for Connected Automation", "Industrial Ethernet Diagnostics"
Reduce Network Complexity Tactical Brief
Will your existing, reliable, proprietary network configurations be degraded in a network update? Find out how to prepare your system integration project for the accelerating IoT transition, and see how other automation companies are developing Ethernet network upgrades.
Physical Infrastructure for a Resilient CPwE Architecture
This paper specifically focuses on the physical infrastructure deployment for CPwE using best practices and a building block approach from Panduit. The methodology is reflected in the physical infrastructure details that complement A Resilient Converged Plantwide Ethernet Architecture, a white paper by Rockwell Automation and Cisco.
Decrease downtime to speed production and control costs, while increasing network reliability and performance – Case Study
Learn how Marcegaglia standardized connectivity solutions to speed communications, decrease downtime, and control costs, while promoting integration and interoperability between IT and OT.
Down to the Wire – Building a Resilient Network Infrastructure
Enterprise applications, plant floor software, asset management and quality control applications, predictive analytics, and virus protection systems need a reliable network to work effectively.
Important Considerations for Scaling Your Plant Network
Understand the network topology and physical infrastructure needed to converge your information and control systems for better network visibility beyond the plant floor.
Optimizing Control Panel Layouts for Noise Mitigation
The electrical noise emmited form sources such as Pulse Width Modulation drives, power supplies, and hard switched inductive loads can adversely affect system efficiency and uptime by interfering with analog signals, Industrial Ethernet transmissions, and programmable logic controller programs.
Reduced Downtime and Improved Reliability for Oil and Gas Processing - Case Study
An upgraded network system is critical to a company's overall business operations to alleviate loss in profitability, meet customer agreements, and to maintain compliance with industry regulations.
Reduced Downtime, Increased Network Uptime for a Major Metal Processor - Case Study
Case Studies highlights how an Integrated Network Zone System provides a secure network environment with high availability, scalability for future changes and upgrades, and adherence to budget constraints.
Factory Floor Network Reliability Tactical Brief
The trend across the manufacturing and process industries is clear: Network users expect higher reliability, faster speeds and wireless connectivity.
How to Enhance Cabling Infrastructure Tactical Brief
A structured approach to designing, simplifying and improving the industrial network.
Arc Flash and Electrical Safety
This white paper highlights the changes to the 2012 edition of NFPA 70E, defining the risks associated with arc flash hazards and identifying Panduit solutions available to help reduce arc flash incidents and optimize worker safety.
Physical Infrastructure Solutions for Grounding and Bonding
Ensure a Reliable Connection with the Panduit® StructuredGround Direct Burial Compression Grounding System
Scaling the Plant Network: An Approach to Industrial Network Convergence
This white paper describes how Panduit Industrial Network Deployment Solutions can improve reliability, security, and safety of Industrial Automation systems and offer up to 30% reduction in deployment costs and 75% savings in deployment time.
Space Optimization for Control Panels
This white paper explores solutions from Panduit and Pentair that can help save up to 40% of control panel space in comparison to conventional approaches. It presents options for reducing enclosure size by fitting more equipment into existing enclosures, which provides greater design flexibility and cost savings to the equipment and panel builder.
Structured and Point to Point Network Cabling for Industrial Automation
Identifying the considerations associated with structured and point to point cabling methods for Ethernet deployments.
Factory Floor Network Deployment Tactical Brief
Deploying Fiber Optic Networks: As industrial networks get larger and the equipment on these networks perform more complex tasks at higher speeds, there's a growing need for more bandwidth.
Advances in Robust, Easy to Install Fiber Cabling Systems to Support EtherNet/IP
Recently, fiber manufacturers have introduced Hard Clad Silica (HCS®) fibers with improved bandwidth. These fibers are environmentally and mechanically robust and address difficult installation challenges.