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Sunday, July 23, 2017

The Rocky Relationship Between Safety and Security

Learn more about methods used to ensure that the integration be­tween the safety system and the basic process control systems (BPCS) do not compromise functional indepen­dence and define the best practices to secure an industrial system by registering to download this eGuide, The Rocky Relationship between Safety and Security.


Ethernet over RS485 Networks with IP-485®

PCN introduces IP-485®'s smart, managed Ethernet products that allow for immediate interface to existing functional wiring. Installation is seamless and can be performed in minutes for plug-and-play multi-drop applications.

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Adding Industrial Toughness and Reliability to Ethernet

Today, automation control systems are expected to provide greater operational visibility of manufacturing processes throughout the organization, from field sites to the control room, so as to reduce the cost of operations, maximize return, and ensure operator safety. However, manufacturers who try to deploy an integrated industrial network face one unique challenge: their network is more vulnerable in the control room than at field sites.

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