To get started with Single Pair Ethernet or to build SPE applications and networks, we provide resources for download in this section. Some downloads are provided on partner sites. These are marked with the note "external link".
ARTICLES & WHITEPAPER
This informative article introduces possible use cases for Single Pair Ethernet and illustrates the advantages of SPE in case studies with exemplary test setups. Future users will get a better impression of the contribution SPE will make to the success of IIoT.
The Application Note gives a comprehensive overview of all important standards around the topic of SPE. It explains the path to the finished standard and which standards users should definitely remember for SPE integration.
The whitepaper offers an introduction to SPE. It explains basic concepts, why SPE is perfectly suited for IIoT and which new industry standards are becoming important.
The whitepaper offers an introduction to SPE and answers frequently asked questions about Single Pair Ethernet.
Single- pair Ethernet in combination with Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) and power over data lines enables an end-to-end Ethernet network from the sensor to the cloud usable anywhere space is limited and where the weight of cables and components plays a major role.
Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) is the long-awaited infrastructure component with which Ethernet overcomes the final hurdle on the way to the IIoT. SPE creates the final step towards the successful connection of IT and OT. This white paper provides an up-to-date overview of technical fundamentals, standardisation and application possibilities.
Single Pair Ethernet is the technology that perfectly meets the industry's new network technology requirements in the context of Industry 4.0 and IIoT. Central elements of the standard are the Single Pair Ethernet cables. The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has defined and standardized the structure and the high electrical properties in the IEC 61156 series of standards. This application note describes the cable standardization and its design in detail.
In the hybrid SPE solution, the M8 hybrid connectors and the hybrid cables support a configuration structure consisting of an SPE data pair for data transmission (AWG 22 to AWG 26) combined with a separate power pair (AWG 18) for powering the devices. This application note describes this system in detail with important specifications.
The application note will shed some light on measurements on SPE cabling and will highlight why also in SPE cabling, cabling measurements are an important tool to ensure compliance to standards and a functional network.
The Application Note shows in a practical way how users succeed in integrating Single Pair Ethernet interfaces and PCB components. Key technical data provide a secure framework for the development of the next generation of industrial devices.
The Application Note shows in a practical way how the simultaneous transmission of data and power via SPE infrastructure succeeds. The focus is on concepts such as Power over Data Line and hybrid connectors/cables.
The application note describes the possibilities of signal LEDs in SPE device sockets of the IEC 63171-6 interface. As known from established Ethernet device sockets, LED provide the user with feedback on the activity and utilisation of the interface.
In addition to the technical features of the T1 industrial style interface standardized according to IEC 63171-6, the application note also describes common housings for industrial applications. Contact physics and contact geometry are also explained to the reader.