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Client

Created May 11, 2016 (22:38) , last modified May 6, 2021 (00:28) by Unknown User (null)

A software program that is used to contact and obtain data from a Server software program either on the same computer or on another computer. A client makes a request and the server fulfills the request. An example of a client would be an e-mail program connecting to a mail server or an Internet browser client connecting to a web server.

Cirrus Link MQTT Distributor Module

Created Dec 30, 2020 (11:58) by Unknown User (Anonymous User) , last modified May 6, 2021 (00:28) by Unknown User (null)

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This is an Ignition module made by Cirrus Link. It acts as a hub (Server) for MQTT clients (systems or devices) to securely connect, publish, and subscribe to data. It supports up to 50 Edge of Network Gateways (each can support multiple PLCs).

Control System

Created May 11, 2016 (22:38) , last modified May 6, 2021 (00:28) by Unknown User (null)

1- A control system is a device, or set of devices, that manages, commands, directs or regulates the behavior of other devices or systems. Industrial control systems are used in industrial production for controlling equipment or machines. -Wikipedia

2- Refers to a PLC, Process control system, all field sensing devices, motor and valve control devices, the wiring to the controller, the controller itself, software and anything else related to controlling a manufacturing process. Some antiquated control systems use straight electrical wiring or pneumatic control systems without the use of computers. The majority of control systems are computer-based though.

Control System Specialist

Created May 11, 2016 (22:38) , last modified May 6, 2021 (00:28) by Unknown User (null)

Refers to a person with highly specialized knowledge of control systems. Such a person must have a working understanding of computers, computer programming, IT and networking, electrical systems, hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical systems and often chemistry. Such a person may be degreed or not. When degreed they are usually electrical or mechanical engineers.

ControlLogix

Created May 11, 2016 (22:38) , last modified May 6, 2021 (00:28) by Unknown User (null)

An Allen-Bradley (Rockwell) family of PLC controllers, a very powerful, networked, and broad family.

ControlNet

Created May 11, 2016 (22:38) , last modified May 6, 2021 (00:28) by Unknown User (null)

Open network protocol which operates at a higher speed than DeviceNet but lower speed than Ethernet.

Controls

Created May 11, 2016 (22:38) , last modified May 6, 2021 (00:28) by Unknown User (null)

Refers to the field of Automated Control Systems that control manufacturing machineries. These are usually highly computerized using specialized controllers. Controls is a specialized field which is invisible to the public at large but which is huge because it is involved with nearly every manufacturing process on the planet.

 

CPU

Created May 11, 2016 (22:38) , last modified May 6, 2021 (00:28) by Unknown User (null)

Central Processing Unit (CPU) is the main processing chip of a computer. The part of the computer or computer system which performs core processing functions.

CSV

Created May 11, 2016 (22:38) , last modified May 6, 2021 (00:28) by Unknown User (null)

A Comma Separated Value (CSV) file is a way to store tabular data in a text file. It uses commas to separate columns of data, and newlines to separate rows. It may have zero or more header rows with column names or other data.

Example
"column a","column b","columnc"
1,2.3,"abc"
4,5.22,"def"

 

 

 

 

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