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Data communications made easy and economical-new techniques provide solutions to data communications problems for industrial/commercial data acquisition and control

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1 Author(s)
Steffey, J.R. ; The Data-Linc Group, Redmond, WA, USA

Have you ever needed to monitor or control digital, discrete or analog I/O more than a few feet from the PLC, RTU or host computer and experienced either (a) wiring problems, (b) noise problems, or (c) both? Connectivity challenges including the increasing expense of wire installation are becoming more troublesome as the complexity of data acquisition and control presents instrumentation engineers and technicians with technology overload headaches. A solution exists, in which the latest advanced FSK technology can be applied to conditions requiring the utmost reliability and “user friendly” ease of installation, operation and reconfiguration, often at significantly lower cost. The technology provides a family of low cost data communications devices available for a broad range of industrial and commercial applications, capable of solving the most difficult data communications problems with exceptional versatility and ease. The products feature data rate transparency, universal interfacing, and the ability to perform comprehensive monitoring and control over widely dispersed networks at a fraction of the normal installation cost for conventional hard wired data systems. Modular units are available for digital, discrete and analog data communications which substantially reduce cabling requirements and permit reliability in difficult operating environments

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WESCON/'93. Conference Record,

Date of Conference:

28-30 Sep 1993