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An Electronic Nameplate Prototype

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2 Author(s)
Carlos J. Tavora ; Process Control Group of Polaroid Corporation, Waltham, MA. ; H. Mitchell Collins

This paper describes the design and implementation of an electronic nameplate (NP). The electronic nameplate is a storage device which may be attached physically to a system or a component for the purpose of storing information relevant to its identification, installation procedure, calibration, fault diagnosis, and operational history. The NP can be implemented as a single chip solid-state controller with nonvolatile read/ write memory. The NP has a standard connector through which it receives power and communicates with an external central processing unit (CPU).

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IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics  (Volume:IE-30 ,  Issue: 1 )