EtherNet/IP Quick Start for Vendors Developer's Training Course | September 13, 2016 8:00 AM - September 13, 2016 5:00 PM | Automation.com

EtherNet/IP Quick Start for Vendors Developer's Training Course

Event Summary

DATE:
September 13, 2016
LOCATION:
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
START DATE/TIME:
September 13, 2016 8:00 AM
END DATE/TIME:
September 13, 2016 5:00 PM
EVENT TYPE:
Training
HOST:
ODVA, Inc.
PHONE:
734-975-8840
EMAIL:
[email protected]
WEBSITE:
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Description

Has your company decided to develop EtherNet/IP™ products? The flexibility and application range of EtherNet/IP brings choice. What functionality should be included in a product? What are the key sections of the technical specifications to read? What implementation approaches are available? If you are a product engineer, manager, or are responsible for turning commercial product specs into engineering specs, this "EtherNet/IP Quick Start for Vendors" course will give you the information you need to get your product to market quickly. Attend this course, brought to you by ODVA - the association that develops and manages the EtherNet/IP technology - to learn more about how to evaluate these issues for your needs. Course agenda includes:

--Technical overview of the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP™) and EtherNet/IP™, including information on OSI, object model, object class, device profile, messaging, I/O connection types, and EDS files
--Recent EtherNet/IP enhancements
--Maximizing your device: Quality of Service, Device Level Ring, and CIP Sync™
--Getting started with your EtherNet/IP development, including an overview of the steps to become an official EtherNet/IP vendor, and recommendations for new developers about how to read The EtherNet/IP Specification
--Understanding your EtherNet/IP product's functional requirements, including a discussion of device types and capabilities, defining your application data and choosing a device profile, recommended EtherNet/IP functionality, additional device functional considerations, and performance requirements
--Choosing an implementation approach for your unique situation
--EtherNet/IP product design considerations, including a review of software, hardware, physical layer, and performance
--Testing your EtherNet/IP product.

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