Communications

In S2E we are experts in connecting devices and creation of systems with different communication protocols.

ADVANTAGES

· Dynamic data exchange between equipment that control successive stages of the same process.
· MMI = Human-Machine Interface
· Unifying database.

COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOLS

MODBUSModbus is a protocol for transmission control systems and process monitoring (SCADA) with centralized control, can communicate with one or more remote stations (RTU) in order to obtain field data for monitoring and controlling a process.
CANCAN (Controller Area Network) is a communication protocol based on a bus topology for the transmission of messages in distributed environments. Provides management communication between multiple CPUs (central processing units) a solution.
CANopenCANopen is a communication protocol senior, for industrial use, based on the CAN bus.

It is used for integration into a network within teams / complex installations. The CANopen networks provide point-to-point service data objects (SDO, as parameters and diagnostics) and multicast connections for process data objects (PDO).
RFIDRFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a powerful technology for automated data capture identifying objects using radio waves.

The RFID technology is currently being implemented by leading companies in the supply chain to achieve high levels of efficiency.
WI-FIWi-Fi is short for Wireless Fidelity. It is a wireless technology used to connect and exchange information between electronic devices without connecting using physical cables.
BLUETOOTHBluetooth is a specification for wireless networking technology that allows connection between devices via radio frequency with high levels of security. This technology allows communication without wires or connectors and the ability to share information that is stored in diverse teams quickly and easily without having to resort to an internet connection.
ETHERNETEthernet / IP (Ethernet Internet Protocol) is a standard open solution for the interconnection of industrial networks fail the physical and media chips commercial Ethernet communications.
USBUniversal Serial Bus (Universal Serial Bus). It is an industry standard that requires terminals, cables and protocols used in a bus for various electronic devices to communicate, connect or supply electricity.
OBD IIOn Board Diagnostics. It is a set of normalizations that attempt to facilitate diagnosis of faults and reduce the level of emissions of pollutants from vehicles. The OBD II standard is very extensive and is associated with other standards such as SAE and ISO.
The usefulness of the system is self-reporting and vehicle diagnostics, which facilitates the owner about the condition of the car and its systems.
GPRSGeneral Packet Radio Service. It is a wireless communication standard that allows sending and receiving data packets using the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) network.

Connects permanently and economically diverse plant and machinery with a central device. In addition, it enables secure transfer of data using encryption and/or firewall.
PLCPower Line Communication. This technology allows the transmission of voice and data over the conventional electricity grid. The PLC technology harnesses the power grid to convert it to a digital line high speed data transmission. Currently it possible to transmit data at speeds up to 200 Mbps.
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