Ethernet For RFID

May 9, 2007
EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP, and Ethernet TCP/IP protocols have been added to the list of communication bus formats supported by the vendor’s RFID systems.
Key user benefits include multi-vendor support, faster data communications/less cost, and real-time, deterministic control support. By using the open standard IEEE 802.3 Ethernet hardware topology, users can install and connect BISRFID processors into control networks populated with products supported and provided by hundreds of vendors. By using 100 Mbps communication speeds, RFID systems can transfer data faster and more reliably than ever before. Further, open CIP control standard, EtherNet /IP and Modbus TCP protocols provide a deterministic and reliable control platform for using RFID for data tracking and error proofing.Balluff Inc.www.balluff.com800.927.9654

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