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erPUB configuration CANopen converted with Statistics/Parameters/Metrics to OPC UA

erPUB publishes machine and process data with the Revolution Pi (RevPi)

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CANopen

CANopen is (most often) based on CAN and is used especially in automation engineering. Devices and protocols are defined in the CiA (CAN in Automation) 301 specification.

Statistics/Parameters/Metrics

Different Statistics and Parameters can be calculated: Average, Median, Modal Value, Extremum, Measure of Dispersion, Variance, Standard Deviation and more.

OPC UA

The OPC Unified Architecture is a protocol for machine-to-machine communication in (industrial) automation engineering. It is very common in automation with a high interoperability.
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Input

Modbus RTU
Version of Modbus protocoll based onRS-232/422/485
CANopen
Typically on CAN based communication protocol for automation
EtherCAT
Real-time capable Industrial Ethernet communication protocol

Transformation

Transmission
Transmission without transformation
Statistics/Parameters/Metrics
Average, Median, Variance, Standard Deviation, and more
Anomaly
Exceed limits and outliers

Output

Individual Output
Output not mentioned here
OPC UA
Common standard for machine-communication in automation
REST
Common architecture of web APIs in internet and intranet
All configurations
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