Coming soon: Our new, ultra-compact mini PCIe halfsize card! Only 26.8 x 30 mm in size, it is one of the smallest PC cards on the market. Equipped with the netX 90 SoC, it is suitable for slave applications of numerous fieldbus and Real-Time Ethernet protocols. Like all our PC cards, the mini PCIe halfsize version has a uniform user interface for all protocols and formats. Our wide range of drivers makes the PC cards easy to integrate. Data access is achieved using a dual-port memory. The remote network interface allows the card to be flexibly integrated into compact systems. In addition, the cifX in mini PCIe halfsize format is suitable for use in applications requiring an extended temperature range of up to 70 °C without a heat sink.
Multiprotocol communication in your product – our chips and modules for your highly integrated solutions.
Integrate machines and devices into your network – our turn-key communication solutions make it easy regardless of the network standard.
Centralized edge management made easy - your holistic IIoT platform for device and application management
The right communication solution for your industry – rely on Hilscher’s years of experience as the market leader in automation.
From legacy fieldbuses to Industrial Ethernet and the networking of modern sensors right up to the cloud – Hilscher’s industrial communication solutions in action.
Our IO-Link white-label products put the power of Hilscher’s communication capability in your own brand.
Our processors with variable protocol stacks make up our core technology. They are the foundation of many of our solutions. We also give you access to your machine data with our edge management solutions, paving the way to Industry 4.0.
We have been the market leader for industrial communications for over 35 years. 35 years in industrial applications and forward-looking research and development.
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