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Practical Industrial Data Communications : Best Practice Techniques - Reynders

Practical Industrial Data Communications

Best Practice Techniques

By: Reynders

Paperback Published: 1st December 2004
ISBN: 9780750663953
Number Of Pages: 432

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The objective of this book is to outline the best practice in designing, installing, commissioning and troubleshooting industrial data communications systems. In any given plant, factory or installation there are a myriad of different industrial communications standards used and the key to successful implementation is the degree to which the entire system integrates and works together.
With so many different standards on the market today, the debate is not about what is the best - be it Foundation Fieldbus, Profibus, Devicenet or Industrial Ethernet but rather about selecting the most appropriate technologies and standards for a given application and then ensuring that best practice is followed in designing, installing and commissioning the data communications links to ensure they run fault-free. The industrial data communications systems in your plant underpin your entire operation. It is critical that you apply best practice in designing, installing and fixing any problems that may occur. This book distills all the tips and tricks with the benefit of many years of experience and gives the best proven practices to follow.
The main steps in using today's communications technologies involve selecting the correct technology and standards for your plant based on your requirements; doing the design of the overall system; installing the cabling and then commissioning the system. Fiber Optic cabling is generally accepted as the best approach for physical communications but there are obviously areas where you will be forced to use copper wiring and, indeed, wireless communications. This book outlines the critical rules followed in installing the data communications physical transport media and then ensuring that the installation will be trouble-free for years to come.
The important point to make is that with today's wide range of protocols available, you only need to know how to select, install and maintain them in the most cost-effective manner for your plant or factory - knowledge of the minute details of the protocols is not necessary.
*An engineer's guide to communications systems using fiber optic cabling, copper cabling and wireless technology
*Covers: selection of technology and standards - system design - installation of equipment and cabling - commissioning and maintenance
*Crammed with practical techniques and know how - written by engineers for engineers

General topicsp. 1
Copper cablep. 26
Fiber opticsp. 50
RS-232 overviewp. 71
RS-232 troubleshootingp. 82
RS-485 overviewp. 92
RS-485 troubleshootingp. 97
Current loop and RS-485 converters overviewp. 107
Current loop and RS-485 converters troubleshootingp. 110
TCP/IP overviewp. 112
TCP/IP troubleshootingp. 127
Modbus overviewp. 132
Modbus troubleshootingp. 142
Fundamentals of DNP3p. 149
Fundamentals of IEC 60870-5p. 195
Industrial ethernet overviewp. 231
Industrial ethernet troubleshootingp. 255
AS-interface (AS-i) overviewp. 271
AS-i troubleshootingp. 277
DeviceNet overviewp. 279
DeviceNet troubleshootingp. 296
Profibus PA/DP/FMS overviewp. 303
Profibus troubleshootingp. 317
Foundation Fieldbus overviewp. 322
Foundation Fieldbus troubleshootingp. 331
Modbus Plus protocol overviewp. 336
Modbus Plus troubleshootingp. 340
Data Highway Plus/DH485 overviewp. 347
Data Highway Plus/DH485 troubleshootingp. 355
HART overviewp. 358
HART troubleshootingp. 365
Wireless technologiesp. 366
System design methodologyp. 396
Installation, commissioning, troubleshootingp. 405
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ISBN: 9780750663953
ISBN-10: 0750663952
Series: Practical Professional
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 432
Published: 1st December 2004
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.88 x 17.68  x 2.41
Weight (kg): 0.76