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The Proposed Smart Transducer Interface Standard

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Author(s)

Kang B. Lee

Abstract

A proposed smart transducer interface standard, P1451 is being developed by TC9, Technical Committee on Sensor Technology, of the Instrumentation and Measurement Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). The proposed standard is divided into four parts. Each part is a standard, which can be stand alone or can function with the other members of the P1451 that deal with different aspects of transducer interfacing. These include communication protocols between transducers and microprocessors, the network-independent information model for smart transducers, the multidrop transducer bus, and the mixed-mode transducers.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the Instrumentation Measurement Conference (IMTC)98)
Volume
Vol. 1
Conference Dates
May 19-21, 1999
Conference Location
St. Paul, MN
Conference Title
Instrumentation Measurement Conference (IMTC)98

Keywords

control network, fieldbus, interface, NCAP, P1451, sensor, smart, TEDS, transducer

Citation

Lee, K. (1998), The Proposed Smart Transducer Interface Standard, Proceedings of the Instrumentation Measurement Conference (IMTC)98), St. Paul, MN (Accessed July 21, 2024)

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Created January 1, 1998, Updated February 19, 2017