Ethernet protocols used for industrial applications, governing organizations, URLs
List of protocols, governing organizations, websites, and other useful URLs and articles from Control Engineering follows, with a table of industrial Ethernet protocols.
Organizations in charge of Ethernet protocols used for industrial applications continue to add value through protocol extensions and updates, related networks, and gaining support of various network vendors and manufacturers.
Check each organization’s website for the latest information about capabilities of industrial Ethernet protocols and related industrial networks and extensions. See bottom of page for additional industrial Ethernet article links from Control Engineering.
CC-Link Partner Association
EtherCAT Technology Group
Ethernet Powerlink Standardization Group
Japan Electrical Manufacturers Association
Mechatrolink Members Association
Profinet and Profinet IRT
PI North America
Safety Network International e.V.
SERCOS North America, Sercos International
Synqnet Interest Group
TCP/IP and UDP (native)
Internet Engineering Task Force
VARAN Bus Nutzerorganization
Source: Control Engineering, CFE Media, www.controleng.com
- Compiled by Mark T. Hoske, CFE Media, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com.
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