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    Perry Marshall(Author),John S. Rinaldi(Author)

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This revised best-seller is a convenient installation, troubleshooting, and reference tool on one of the hottest topics in automation and process control. It will help you understand important Ethernet and TCP/IP terminology and provide important information about the new industrial protocols.

You will quickly gain a solid grasp of Ethernet basics, the constraints of the industrial environment, and the specialized requirements of machine control. Practical reference charts and technical tips make this book an ideal quick reference source at your project meetings and on the job. New topics covered in the book include signaling types, Web services, power over Ethernet, and an expanded focus on Ethernet protocols and addressing as well as wireless Ethernet. The last part of the book provides installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and security tips. After reading this book, you will be able to plan industrial Ethernet installations with realistic expectations, make knowledgeable purchasing decisions, and identify and prevent common causes of failure.

This revised best-seller is a convenient installation, troubleshooting, and reference tool on one of the hottest topics in automation and process control. It will help you understand important Ethernet and TCP/IP terminology and provide important information about the new industrial protocols. You will quickly gain a solid grasp of Ethernet basics, the constraints of the industrial environment, and the specialized requirements of machine control. Practical reference charts and technical tips make this book an ideal quick reference source at your project meetings and on the job. New topics covered in the book include signaling types, Web services, power over Ethernet, and an expanded focus on Ethernet protocols and addressing as well as wireless Ethernet. The last part of the book provides installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and security tips. After reading this book, you will be able to plan industrial Ethernet installations with realistic expectations, make knowledgeable purchasing decisions, and identify and prevent common causes of failure.

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  • By Bill S. on August 3, 2005

    Or anyone else who wants to learn about Ethernet and TCP/IP. This is a very good book to learn about networking in general. It is written in a manner that can be easily read and understood. It covers the basics very well, I found many items that I didn't know. It also has chapters with good advice about network reliability, speed, and security.After the basics are covered (about two thirds of the book), the book has an overview of the currently used industrial protocols. It includes an overview of Web Services including XML and SOAP. It then briefly covers wireless networking and Power Over Ethernet (POE).I think that just about anyone in the computer or controls industry would benefit from this book, from beginners to seasoned engineers. Highly recommended.

  • By Walt Boyes on August 4, 2005

    Several years ago, I wrote rave reviews of the first edition of this slim volume...and I'm here to tell you that the second edition is just as good.Companies should buy boxes of this book and give them to all the IT people who don't understand the plant floor, and to all the operations people who are afraid of networking.Marshall and Rinaldi have written both a basic guide to industrial ethernet, and a very good sourcebook for engineers and technicians.You can (and you should) buy this book (...) at http://www.amazon.com.Walt Boyes(...)

  • By Richard C. on April 24, 2006

    The authors have created a highly useful book for the automation engineer who has little experience with Ethernet networks. The book is well organized in growing levels of complexity, and filled with details about both Ethernet and Internet protocols usually carried on Ethernet networks. This is a practical book intended for the automation engineer and is not complicated with formulas or mathematical proofs. There is just enough history to let you know where industrial Ethernet came from. They even have capsule coverage of the major automation protocols that run on top of Ethernet.

  • By Bob Welker on August 16, 2005

    this should be it.It is a Rosetta stone of Ethernet jargon translated into concepts a journeyman field tech can sink their teeth into. One gets the sense Perry Marshall and John Rinaldi have clawed through years of hands-on installation and troubleshooting, and distilled the results into this essential primer.I'm fairly new to factory-floor Ethernet applications, and was exposed to a lot of useful information - some of it for the first time. In other cases, it cleared up topics I thought I understood, and displaced several misconceptions.Highly recommended.

  • By David De Sousa on July 10, 2006

    An essential reference for anyone working in the flour plant of an automated facility. If you are involved with data communication networks, protocols, communication and networking devices, this book is for you.I have been working for more than 16 years as an Instrumentation, Automation, and Process Safety and Control Engineer for the process industries. I own this book, and it has proven to be an excellent reference in my day to day activities.

  • By Robert J. Dusza Jr. on November 30, 2005

    I reviewed the 1st version of this guide that was released as a pocket guide thought it was great. This version is even better and provides even more info. If you don't have a copy, you should get one. I used the 1st one on a regular basis and now use this edition as my primary reference. Excellent job.

  • By E. Bourgoine on January 28, 2008

    I purchased this book as part of an development project for a new ethernet linked product. I was hoping for some detailed insight into industrial implementations. This book provides a good overview of ethernet but does NOT go into enough detail to be useful for a real world project.


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