Migration of process control instrumentation communication to industrial Ethernet is well underway in many industries including power generation and transmission, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and water/wastewater.
Yokogawa is preparing for the expected disruption to legacy Fieldbus communications with the release of our first industrial Ethernet-enabled field instrument, the ADMAG TI AXG with full-featured, mature EtherNet/IP functionality.
An advantage of EIP is the capability to handle large amounts of data at speeds of 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps, and up to 1500 bytes per packet. The Ethernet bi-directional digital communication performance makes it possible for the field instruments and control devices to be a complete on-line system, superseding the existing analog and/or Fieldbus transmission lines. Other advantages include:
Food & Beverage
This video explains how to open .eds files in Studio 5000. The Yokogawa Magnetic Flow Meter ADMAG TI - AXG with EtherNet/IP is used as an example.
This video shows steps to bring the Studio 5000 Data Points into the FactoryTalk View Studio. The Yokogawa Magnetic Flow Meter ADMAG IT - AXG with EtherNet/IP is shown as an example.
This video describes the process of connecting the Yokogawa Magnetic Flow Meter ADMAG TI - AXG with EtherNet/IP to a webserver
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