https://ipc2u.com/news/knowledge-base/
13:37 20.10.2017
Sets
Watch List
Watch List
Noted Products
Price on request
Log in
Authorization
Login:
Password:


Forgot your password? Registration
Forgot your password?
e-Mail::
Forgot your password?
Industrial Computers and Solutions for Automation and Communication
Frankenring 6 30855 Langenhagen Germany
+49 511 807 259-22, sales@ipc2u.com
Cart
Price on request
Discount -
Total:

Knowledge Base

How to increase the number of COM ports on the computer?
21.08.2017
This short article will suggest you 5 ways, how to increase the number of COM ports (RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485 interfaces).
The main differences between RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485
11.08.2017
The RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485 designations refer to interfaces for digital data transmission. The RS-232 standard is better known as a normal computer COM port or serial port (although Ethernet, FireWire and USB can also be considered as a serial port). The RS-422 and RS-485 interfaces are widely used in the industry for connecting various equipment.
How to extend the network with the RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485 interface?
01.08.2017
Convenient ways to extend RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485 interfaces in different scenarios.
Complete FAQ about the Modbus protocol conversion
26.07.2017
The frequently asked questions and answers are designed to help you identify and prevent frequent problems with the Modbus protocol conversion.
How to extend the Ethernet line?
30.06.2017
This manual will help you to solve a situation where the distance between devices exceeds 100 meters (Ethernet segment length limitation). Several options for extending the Ethernet line.
Modbus RTU made simple with detailed descriptions and examples
26.04.2017
From this article you will learn about the Modbus RTU protocol, which is widely used in the process control system.
Detailed description of the Modbus TCP protocol with command examples
26.04.2017
In this article, you will learn about the Modbus TCP protocol, which is the evolution of the Modbus RTU protocol.
The IEEE 1588 synchronization technology
05.08.2016

The aim of the IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is to synchronize the time between different nodes inside Ethernet network.

The IEEE 1588 technology is applicable for power generation, automation, telecommunications, robotics and other industries, because it defines a Precision Time Protocol and time-sensitive components for precise clocks synchronization in distributed systems. Futhermore, this protocol supports synchronization accuracy in the sub-microsecond range with minimal computing resources.

Network Redundancy
05.08.2016

Redundancy is a crucial element of any industrial networks and applications. It protects industrial equipment and technological process from unexpected downtime and provides uninterrupted services for customers.

Nowadays, the proprietary u-Ring technology is highly recommended for industrial applications since it can achieve faster recovery time than any STP protocol.


https://ipc2u.com/news/knowledge-base/
13:37 20.10.2017