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PLUGs for network components

08.07.2013
More functions for SCALANCE X, W, S and CPs

Get your network components up to scratch and minimize downtimes in your plant.



With the KEY-PLUG and C-PLUG exchangeable media, it is possible to enable additional functions of different network components specifically for industrial use. KEY-PLUG contains all the functionalities of C-PLUG.

C-PLUG allows, for example, fast and simple device replacement in the case of an error and is used for automatic backup of configuration data.

With SCALANCE W network components, KEY-PLUG for IWLAN can realize wireless real-time communication, for example

KEY-PLUG for SCALANCE X-500 enables Layer 3 functionality on all Layer 2 devices

Benefits

Functional expansions of network components without device replacement
Possibility of real-time transfer via Industrial Wireless LAN
Minimization of downtimes when errors occur
No specialized personnel required for device replacement
Siemens AG
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Tel: +49 911 895-7947
mailto:ursula.lang@siemens.com
www.siemens.com/presse/industryautomation

Ursula Lang | Siemens Industry
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http://www.siemens.com/plugs

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