Emerson Exchange 2016 Abstract Preview: Improving Connectivity

by | Aug 22, 2016 | Flow, Measurement Instrumentation

Allison Hansen

Allison Hansen

Global Integrated Marketing Manager, Rosemount Pressure

Ethernet protocols are quickly gaining momentum in the industrial space due to the massive amount of data that is available. Simplified interfaces help make this data available due to the ability to leverage existing infrastructure for the installation.

Though, access to diagnostics, speed of data transfer, and data presentation in an intuitive and usable format are becoming increasingly challenging as field devices become more intelligent and provide greater insight into the process.

Rosemount’s EtherNet/IP module takes all of the data from the Modbus magnetic flow meter and enables Ethernet connectivity. This allows users a simplified interface to rich wealth of information that the meter can provide.

For more information on Rosemount’s EtherNet/IP module and how it can help in your process, register for Emerson Exchange and schedule this session being led by Emerson’s Trever Ball.

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