Tag Archives: Linux

CIP – The Common Industrial Protocol

CIP is a term I don’t like because it’s one of those terms that industrial [...]

ARCX Wins Automotive Project with Help from RTA

Head office of one of the Top Three automotive makers decided that ‘recipe’ data for [...]

Scanners, and Adapters, and EtherNet/IP. Oh My!

The Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow and Dorothy were afraid of lions, and tigers and [...]

Windows Embedded vs. Linux

I’m an agnostic. I just don’t care. No, not regarding religious beliefs. I’m talking about [...]

Betamax and HMI’s

I’m old enough to remember the war between VHS and Betamax. If you don’t remember, [...]

Can I Admit Something

Can I admit something? I am just not an e-reader kind of guy. I really [...]

1734 Modules

Our EtherNet/IP Scanner is adaptable to lots of different platforms, processors and RTOS environments. It [...]

Profinet IO on Windows and Linux

In the Rockwell Automation world it is common to find applications on Windows or Linux [...]

The Future of Modbus

Modbus is the one of the great grandfathers of industrial automation. To say it’s long [...]


A guy at Rockwell called me yesterday. When I take those calls it never know [...]