HMS's 1 SI CANopen module for the SIMATIC ET200S I/O system has
integration of the CAN 2.0A protocol. In addition to the standard CANopen
protocol, the HMS 1 SI CANopen
module can also be used for transmission/ reception of any CAN 2.0A frame
regardless of the overlaying
CAN application protocol. Typical applications include all kinds of machines
and automation systems where CAN or CANopen enabled devices are used in
combination with Siemens PLCs.
The HMS 1 SI CANopen module fits mechanically into the standard ET200S
system rack and can be used in combination with all other modules of the ET200S
family. The module can be engineered with STEP7, allowing easy configuration
and diagnostics. STEP7 also allows upgrading already existing 1 SI CANopen boards
with this new functionality. Using the standard PROFIBUS or PROFINET bus
coupler of the ET200S, the 1 SI CANopen module can be used along with Siemens
automation and control systems.
HMS supports users of its 1 SI CANopen module with new PLC function
blocks which are used to create and analyze CAN 2.0A frames directly in the PLC
program. Based on these function blocks, PLC programmers can easily implement
customer specific CAN application protocols or specific CAN application
A bold, gold, open-air coupe may not be the ticket to automotive nirvana for every consumer, but Lexus’ LF-C2 concept car certainly turned heads at the recent Los Angeles Auto Show. What’s more, it may provide a glimpse of the luxury automaker’s future.
The complexity of diesel engines means optimizing their performance requires a large amount of experimentation. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a very useful and intuitive tool in this, and cold flow analysis using CFD is an ideal approach to study the flow characteristics without going into the details of chemical reactions occurring during the combustion.
Focus on Fundamentals consists of 45-minute on-line classes that cover a host of technologies. You learn without leaving the comfort of your desk. All classes are taught by subject-matter experts and all are archived. So if you can't attend live, attend at your convenience.