Tag Archives: EtherNet/IP

Industrial and Building Automation: Making This Marriage Work

I have a love/hate relationship with my technology. On one hand, I love that my [...]

Three Old Industrial Automation Technologies Only an Idiot Would Abandon

Hello, my name is Jansen, and I am a hoarder (Hi, Jansen). I absolutely hate [...]

What In The World Is A Single Protocol Gateway

One of the really great things about having a good communication channel with customers is [...]

The Cocktail Party Literacy Guide of EtherNet/IP

I am not an engineer. I have a great deal of respect for the profession [...]

EtherNet/IP Limitations

I’ve probably written more about EtherNet/IP than anyone in the industrial automation industry. I’ve been [...]

Four Things Every Beginner Should Know About EtherNet/IP (Told by an EtherNet/IP Beginner)

Believe it or not, I am not the most tech-savvy guy. My friends in high [...]

What is a Captive Portal?

I’ve written many times about how every industry and every specialty has terms that everyone [...]

Single Pair Ethernet Driving IP to the Edge (Part 2)

In my last article, I discussed the current trends that are driving the transformation of [...]

Single Pair Ethernet Driving IP to the Edge (Part 1)

Ready or not, soon we’ll have Single Pair Ethernet (SPE): a twisted pair cable carrying [...]

What is an EtherNet/IP Network?

That would seem like an odd question to ask. I’ve been involved with EtherNet/IP for [...]