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Internet technologies, such as TCP/IP on Ethernet, have been growing in popularity as methods of communicating with field instrumentation. A benefit of this trend is that several commercial technologies using TCP/IP on Ethernet can provide advanced management features within instruments.Technologies such as the Web can provide easy access to devices from web browser software that is included in most operating systems. This access can provide a simple management mechanism to alter calibration settings, review user documentation, and update maintenance logs within a device. This management mechanism can significantly reduce maintenance costs and increase ease-of-use. Within some installations, TCP/IP on a wireless link can replace Ethernet to further increase the benefits. This presentation will include a demonstration of technologies that facilitate field instrument management over TCP/IP on Ethernet and TCP/IP on a wireless link.
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