Industrial Network

To increase the productivity, reliability and flexibility of plant production, communication between computer systems and processors used in production equipment has become essential.

Industrial automation networks benefit from the standards developed on computer architectures.


Benefit from the many advantages:

The networks allow a simple off-signal of a sensor to inform us now of its status (power supply, defect, etc …);

Relevant information to manage dashboards, revenue, ERP production systems, WMS inventory management ;

The sensors, controls, drives and instruments can be connected to the same cable, thus avoiding the need for one cable per component and greatly reducing installation costs.

The integration time of additional sensors or other components takes place quickly without having to make significant modifications.

Technicians or other systems can communicate with remote controllers to allow data exchange or support.

Industrial networks

The most common networks supported by RES Automation Control:

  • Ethernet TCP/IP : Transport Control Protocol/Internetwork Protocol ;
  • ControlNet : Control Network ;
  • DeviceNet : Device Network ;
  • DH+ : Data Highway + ;
  • Remote IO : Remote Input / Output ;
  • Modbus Plus : Modicon Bus ;
  • CANopen : Controller Area Network ;
  • EtherCat : Ethernet for Control Automation Technology ;
  • Profibus : Process Field Bus ;
  • AS-i : Actuator Sensor Interface ;
  • …and more.

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