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  • ESD Protection Ethernet Data Lines
    chip and/or Ethernet Controller. Without sufficient protection, the PHY/Controller chip can be rendered inoperable.
  • Embedded Ethernet System Design Guide
    Embedded systems today are small, fast, and very powerful. Embedded connectivity stands at the forefront of harnessing the power of today's embedded systems. The CP220x is an Ethernet Controller that integrates Ethernet functionality into a single 5 x 5 mm package. When placed in an embedded system
  • Why Ethernet Can Be Your Best Connection
    Ethernet, fieldbus, and PCI are the latest networks vying for dominance in the industrial motion-control arena. The winning technology will need industry support and confidence to ensure long-term viability. EDITED BY John R. Gyorki Compumotor's 6K4 controller connects to the Ethernet network
  • Industrial Ethernet made practical
    Divide and conquer is the strategy for devising factory Ethernets that work reliably. One example of a device now available for use on industrial Ethernets is the Compumotor 6K Controller. The multiaxis motion controller has a programmable IP address to allow use of several on the same Ethernet
  • Bigger pipes for Ethernet vision
    this setup to show how its Genie GigE Vision cameras might work in such settings. The back of a Spyder camera from Dalsa Coreco shows the typical connections found on GigE Vision equipment. Visible is the Ethernet connection, power plug, and I/O connector. Camera I/O generally includes connections
  • Distribute and conquer: Ethernet tackles motion control
    and feed-forward parameters. A typical central control system consists of a single controller residing in the host PC. Because signals from the motor, amplifier, and limit switches must connect directly to the controller, the wiring can get fairly complex. E-Series motion controllers use Ethernet
  • Integrating FETs for Power over Ethernet Applications (.pdf)
    Power over Ethernet (PoE) controllers for power sourcThermal Riseing equipment (PSE) use high-voltage, high-current field-effect transistors (FETs) to connect the power source to the load. Integrating the FET devices within the PoE controller decreases the space required to implement the PSE
  • Ethernet Paves The Way For Simpler Distributed Motion-Control Systems
    wiring from each component to the central controller. This requires numerous cables and is usually considered a problem. An Ethernet-based control system requires only one cable from the host computer to a hub which then locally branches out to the other control axes. This scheme reduces the total cable

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