In this video, Zahraa Khalil dives into the different type of industrial networks within each level—device, control, and management—the OSI model, and Ethernet for management level.
- [Instructor] There are many communication networks…used with a control system in industrial automation.…The networks are called industrial networks…referring to the applications…where they are used with an industry.…Here are some of the industrial network types,…DeviceNet, Modbus, HART Communication,…PROFIBUS, Ethernet, ControlNet.…The communication networks are based on the OSI,…Open Systems Interconnection, reference model.…The OSI model was introduced…by the International Organization for Standardization,…ISO, in 1984.…
It is a conceptual model of how various components…communicate in database networks.…It is a seven-layer model.…Each layer represent a different level of communication…and provide support to the layer above it.…The layers are physical, data link, network,…transport, session, presentation, and application.…The OSI model is not itself…a communication network standard like Ethernet,…rather it's a framework…under which the various network standards can operate.…
The OSI model specifies the characteristic…
Learn about the components and networks involved at each level of automation: field level, control level, and management level. Explore the different devices involved, from the programmable logic controllers (PLCs) on the factory floor, to OPC software that give technicians insights into operations. Instructor Zahraa Khalil, an engineer and educator, also provides an overview of SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition), an industrial control system architecture that enables supervision over large distances and multiple sites.
- Overview of industrial automation
- Field level
- Communication level
- Management level
- PLC programming
- OPC software