13
Jan

IEEE 1451 Revived

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

Sensor Interface Standard Rides Again
Simpler, practical applications of its recently approved IEEE 1451.4 section have revived the overall Smart Transducer Interface Standard, while the plug-and-play capabilities of its transducer electronic data sheets (TEDs) for analog-to-digital information transfer are igniting development of new solutions.
Jim Montague (Control Engineering November 1, 2004)

Reports of the demise of the IEEE 1451 Smart Transducer Interface Standard have been greatly exaggerated—to paraphrase Mark Twain. Though not actually ailing, the standard was delayed in limbo, until developers began using its recently approved IEEE 1451.4 section …..
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originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 1/20/05; 5:53:11 PM
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