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Belden focuses on wind farm management solutions at Hanover

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image With the OCTOPUS 24M-8PoE, Belden has added a new managed IP67 switch to its Hirschmann™ product range. (Photo: Belden, PR238)

At this year’s Hanover Fair, Belden will showcase its world-class solutions for effective wind energy management at stand G34 in Hall 27.

 

Belden offers innovative products and solutions for both onshore and offshore wind power applications that help to reduce downtime, whilst at the same time meeting reliability, safety and security needs for effective wind farm management. With a proven track record in reliability and high quality, Belden solutions are deployed in around 80% of European made wind turbines.

Thanks to this strong track-record, Belden is able to offer a range of innovative products for Wind Energy Management comprising the Belden®, Hirschmann™ and Lumberg Automation™ brands, for effective cabling, networking and connectivity. At the Hanover Fair, Belden will highlight its fully integrated solutions for the fast, easy and safe installation and operation of wind farms in challenging environments.

New products to be featured at the Hanover Fair include the Hirschmann™ BAT-C, an industry-grade IP65 WLAN client. This basic and inexpensive client can be cost-effectively deployed in any WLAN installation where there is no need for high-end clients. Supporting the new IEEE 802.11n transmission standard, the BAT-C has a data rate of up to 150 Mbps. Fast roaming ensures an uninterrupted connection while switching from one radio cell to another.

Belden will also introduce the Hirschmann™ OCTOPUS 24M-8PoE with the ability to deliver PoE through 8 connections so that more applications can be powered at once.

The main emphasis will be on complete solutions for onshore and offshore wind parks, using Belden® industrial Ethernet and fiber wire and cable systems, the full range of Hirschmann™ switches, as well as Multiport Firewall; Lumberg Automation™ connectors and actuators; and the Belden®/Hirschmann™ modular industrial patch panel (MIPP™).

Ute Decker, Vertical Marketing Manager Renewables says: “In an industry where stable operation and maximum uptime are key requirements, Belden offers a range of highly cost-efficient future-proofed solutions that fully comply with all required standards. From the effective transmission of telemetric data to video monitoring of windfarms, Belden offers complete solutions for the successful management of windfarms.”

For more information on Belden and its products visit Belden at the Hanover Fair or go to www.beldensolutions.com.

About Belden

Belden®: Sending All the Right Signals™

Belden designs, manufactures and markets signal transmission solutions, including cables, connectors and I/O modules, wireless network systems as well as network devices and control, load sensing and load moment limitation systems designed for safety-critical applications ranging from industrial automation to data centers, broadcast studios and the aviation and aerospace industry. The company focuses on segments of the worldwide cable and automation markets that require both highly specialized and readily available products. With manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe and Asia, Belden has recorded a total revenue of USD 1.62 billion for the fiscal year 2010.

Together with its brands Hirschmann™ and Lumberg Automation™, Belden offers an extensive and highly specialized product portfolio covering the full range of data communications – from the information and control levels down to the field level. The company has more than 15 offices throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with manufacturing facilities in Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, UK, Denmark, Italy and Hungary.

For more information about Belden, please visit www.hirschmann.com or e-mail inet-sales@belden.com for product inquiries.

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