Synonyms for profinet or Related words with profinet

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Examples of "profinet"
PROFINET IO data communicated over PROFINET RT uses EtherType 0x8892.
PROFINET uses the acyclic slots of the PROFINET communications protocol and does not interfere with co-existing automation processes. The commands are based on the following use cases:
PROFINET is defined by PROFIBUS and PROFINET International (PI) and backed by the INTERBUS Club and, since 2004, is part of the IEC 61158 and IEC 61784 standards.
A PROFINET IO system consists of the following devices:
Every module within a PROFINET network has three addresses:
The PROFINET IO connection life-cycle describes the connection between a PROFINET IO Controller and IO Device. The connection allows the cyclic exchange of process IO data, and the acyclic handling of alarms. The PROFINET IO connection life-cycle consists of address resolution, connection establishment, parameterization, process IO data exchange / alarm handling, and termination.
PROFINET IRT uses the transparent clock mechanism to synchronize PROFINET IRT devices. The transparent clock mechanism is specified in IEEE 1588-2008 (1588 V2). This creates one control loop between the master clock and slave clocks.
PROFIsafe (PROFIBUS safety or PROFINET safety) is a safety communication technology for distributed automation. Its specification for PROFIBUS DP and PROFIBUS PA was published first in 1999. Extensions for the Ethernet based PROFINET IO followed in 2005.
Interfacing to peripherals is implemented by PROFINET IO. It defines the communication with field connected peripheral devices. Its basis is a cascading real-time concept. PROFINET IO defines the entire data exchange between controllers (devices with "master functionality") and the devices (devices with "slave functionality"), as well as parameter setting and diagnosis. PROFINET IO is designed for the fast data exchange between Ethernet-based field devices and follows the provider-consumer model. Field devices in a subordinate PROFIBUS line can be integrated in the PROFINET IO system seamlessly via an IO-Proxy (representative of a subordinate bus system). A device developer can implement PROFINET IO with any commercially available Ethernet controller. It is well-suited for the data exchange with bus cycle times of a few ms. The configuration of an IO-System has been kept similar to PROFIBUS. PROFINET IO always contains the real-time concept.
Note: PROFIBUS DP and PROFIBUS PA should not be confused with PROFINET.
Within PROFINET IO, process data and alarms are always transmitted in real time (RT). Real time in PROFINET is based on definitions of IEEE and IEC, which allow for only a limited time for execution of real-time services within a bus cycle. The RT communication represents the basis for the data exchange for PROFINET IO. Real-time data are treated with a higher priority than TCP(UDP)/IP data. RT provides the basis for the real-time communication in the area of distributed periphery and for the PROFINET component model. This type of data exchange allows bus cycle times in the range of a few hundred microseconds.
Communications between the controller and drives is done through PROFINET, PROFIBUS, or Ethernet.
Protocols for Industrial Ethernet include EtherCAT, EtherNet/IP, PROFINET, POWERLINK, SERCOS III, CC-Link IE, Modbus/TCP.
PROFIenergy is a profile of the PROFINET communications protocol that allows the power consumption of automation equipment in manufacturing (such as robot assembly cells, laser cutters and sub-systems such as paint lines) to be managed over a PROFINET network. It controls energy usage during planned and unplanned breaks in production. No external hard-wired systems are required.
The bandwidth reservation method reserves time (bandwidth) on the network for PROFINET frames sent via IRT. A separate time domain is created at the beginning of a network cycle, during which all IRT frames are sent. After the IRT time domain is completed, PROFINET RT and finally non-time-critical TCP/IP frames are sent.
A PROFINET IO device is identified on the PROFINET network by its station name. Connection establishment, parameterization and alarm handling are implemented with User Datagram Protocol (UDP), which requires that the device also be assigned an IP address. After identifying the device by its station name, the IO controller assigns the pre-configured IP address to the device.
Alarm notifications are exchanged acyclically between the IO Controller and IO Device as events and faults occur during this phase in the PROFINET IO connection life-cycle.
There are PROFINET profiles for encoders, for example. Other profiles have been specified for motion control (PROFIdrive) and Functional Safety (PROFIsafe). A special profile for trains also exists.
Controls for the newer KRC2 type use the Windows XP operating system. Systems contain a CD-ROM drive and USB ports, Ethernet connection and feature optional connections for Profibus, Interbus, DeviceNet and Profinet.
Group members have and continue to develop and publish numerous open source tools for scanning, fingerprinting, security evaluation and password bruteforcing for ICS devices. These devices work over industrial protocols such as modbus, Siemens S7, MMS, ISO EC 60870, ProfiNet.