The new Belden MIPP modular industrial patch panels bring flexibility and versatility to cable termination, providing space and cost savings as well as maximum system availability. By combining copper and fibre management in one patch panel, the new MIPP’s innovative modular design enables quick and easy installation, significantly reducing initial set-up costs.
The MIPP is a completely new solution that provides the ideal connection between Belden cables and Hirschmann switches. Designed as a termination panel for cables that need to be connected to active equipment such as switches, the MIPP can be linked to create a large single patch panel, to which both fibre and copper cables can be connected.
Available in a choice of modules suitable for both fibre and copper cables, the Belden MIPP allows up to 6 modules to be connected to create a single panel that can accommodate both types of cable at the same time for maximum system flexibility. Using patchcords to connect to active equipment, cables can be terminated outside the cabinet in an organised and structured manner to ensure high reliability.
Belden MIPP modular industrial patch panels are ideal for use in a wide range of industrial applications requiring maximum system reliability and flexibility. The industrial design makes it highly suited for use in machine building, transportation, alternative power generation, power transmission and distribution, and oil and gas markets.
Key benefits of Belden MIPP modular industrial patch panels:
- Designed for industrial use, where its functionality and reliability make a significant contribution to system uptime and availability
- Modular design enables quick and easy installation, saving time and significantly reducing initial set-up costs
- Greater reliability and easier and more efficient system management, requiring less maintenance
- Lightweight aluminium structure increases overall versatility
- Easily mounted on a DIN Rail or attached at the sides of cabinets using a wall mount plate
- Cabinet space kept to a minimum thanks to its small housing, high port density and modularity