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  • Designing RS-485 Circuits
    hardware and protocol requirements are simpler and cheaper. The RS-485 standard is flexible enough to provide a choice of drivers, receivers, and other components depending on the cable length, data rate, number of nodes, and the need to conserve power.
  • AN202 LDM485 to LDM485 to Other RS-485 Devices Configuration
    For LDM485 or other RS-485 device at the extreme ends of the line: The need for termination depends on data rate, line length, cable electrical characteristics and environment, and if applicable, the number of multidropped devices. This is best determined by switching in or out each termination
  • VoIP in Industrial Networks - Implementing QoS for Reliable Voice Over Industrial Ethernet
    For many years, serial interfaces such as current loop, RS-232, and RS-485 have been the preferred methods for industrial communications. Ethernet offers high reliability with the proven ability to adapt to changing environments, especially new types of media (coaxial cable and wireless
  • VoIP in Industrial Networks
    For many years, serial interfaces such as current loop, RS-232, and RS-485 have been the preferred methods for industrial communications. Ethernet offers high reliability with the proven ability to adapt to changing environments, especially new types of media (coaxial cable and wireless
  • Which bus, when?
    companies. Profibus is the world's most widely used industrial network. Recognized by its characteristic purple cable and based on RS-485, it is associated with Siemens and is dominant in Europe and South America. Although recent revisions to the protocol have added configuration, diagnostic
  • Encoder Resolves to within 5 arc-sec
    the signals outside, there is no concern about susceptibility to noise and EMI. The Dignalizer supports most major bus system outputs, including SSI, CANopen, DeviceNet, and Profibus, as well as RS-485 outputs. It offers both cable and radial-connector configurations and has 12-mm hollow-shaft
  • Configuring DT8x Data Loggers to Interface with Maple Displays via Modbus
    and DT85 models support Modbus communication via either the serial sensor port on the front of the logger (1Serial) which allows RS-232, RS-485 or RS-422 communications or the host serial port on the side of the logger (2Serial) which is RS-232 only. When using the front serial port, a custom cable

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