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Routers enable remote access to automation networks from anywhere in the world

26 October 2014

Siemens has extended its industrial remote communication portfolio with three new industrial routers from the Scalance M series of products.

The Scalance M812-1 and Scalance M816-1 enable users to access automation networks and components remotely from anywhere in the world over the public digital subscriber lines (DSL) of different providers.

The third new router – the Scalance M826-2 – is designed for communication over private (leased) lines.

The new additions ar suitable for applications where wireless communication is either restricted or impossible; for example, in water treatment plants or in medical environments. 

As asymmetric digital subscriber lines (ADSL) routers, the Scalance M812-1 and M816-1 ensure reliable and low-cost connection of Ethernet-based subnets and programmable controllers to wired DSL networks that support the ASDL2+ (Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line) protocol.

The new routers also offer transmission rates of up to 25 Mbit/s from network to end device (downlink) and 3.5 Mbit/s from device to network (uplink).

The Scalance M826-2 SHDSL router (single-pair high-speed digital subscriber line) is connected to the Ethernet by means of private two-wire or stranded cables, ensuring fast transmission rates of up to15.3 Mbit/s which can be boosted accordingly in case of installations with four or more wires.


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