Embedded Ethernet


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Embedded Ethernet

A single-chip implementation of the Ethernet networking standard. It is used to attach devices such as environmental monitors, sensors and Webcams directly to an Ethernet without requiring a computer for connection. See Ethernet.
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The CPC4411 and CPC4416 offer the most complete embedded Ethernet switch feature set in the market, including 802.3AD Link Aggregation, 802.1q VLANs and 802.1p QoS/CoS.
Digi International plans to add NetSilicon's embedded Ethernet solutions to its own Connectware connectivity products to create a new family of device connectivity systems.
The Schneider Electric Modicon M262 Controller embeds cybersecurity features and encryption protocols to provide direct cloud connectivity and digital services, leveraging its two ready-to-work and independent embedded Ethernet ports.
ASIX's main products include Embedded Ethernet Controllers (AX88796C/AX88180), SuperSpeed USB-to-LAN Controllers (AX88179/AX88772C), EtherCAT/Industrial Ethernet Controllers (AX58100), Embedded Network/USB SoCs (AX68004/AX68002), I/O Connectivity Controllers (AX99100/AX78140/AX78120), RS-232/RS-485 Transceivers and Embedded Wireless Modules.
Omron Automation and Safety (Hoffman Estates, IL) has announced the CP1L-E with embedded Ethernet to deliver streamlined connectivity and large-scale features in a compact PLC.
The device is the first in the company's series of 16-bit microcontrollers with embedded Ethernet connectivity.
The IPnexus CPC6600 is an embedded Ethernet switch that provides Layer 2/Layer 3 Gigabit Ethernet to every slot in a PICMG 2.16 chassis.
Release 1.1 of the VersaMax Ethernet Network Interface Unit features embedded Ethernet connectivity without the need for a serial connection from a PC or a handheld device.
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