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Eurotherm Adopts EtherNet/IP Protocol For Graphic Recorder


July 1, 2009
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Eurotherm has adopted EtherNet/IP as the communications protocol for its 6000 series paperless graphic recorders, allowing its recorders to seamlessly communicate with a large installed base of EtherN…

Eurotherm has adopted EtherNet/IP as the communications protocol for its 6000 series paperless graphic recorders, allowing its recorders to seamlessly communicate with a large installed base of EtherNet/IP enabled PLCs and other I/O and control devices in many industrial applications. The implementation is the most robust in any paperless chart recorder, supporting up to 200 I/O ports with simultaneous support for Modbus TCP.

The move to EtherNet/IP compatibility means ease of installation in connecting to programmable logic controllers, simple system configuration, better process oversight, and increased flexibility. The use of standard Ethernet networking equipment means no unique hardware or software is needed to connect to most major controllers and configuration is made simple with setup wizards and built-in diagnostic tools.

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Eurotherm 703-443-0000, http://tr.im/eurotherm


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