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Optimizing Mobility and Remote Access with a Standardardized IIoT Ecosystem
Videos
Optimizing Mobility and Remote Access with a Standardardized IIoT Ecosystem
Videos

Suzanne Gill, editor from Control Engineering Europe interviews Glenn Schulz, FDT Group Managing Director about the new FDT 3.0 IIoT standard.

Digital Transformation with FDT 3.0
Videos, Webinars
Digital Transformation with FDT 3.0
Videos, Webinars
FDT 3.0 and OPC UA – Key to Interoperability
Videos, Webinars
FDT 3.0 and OPC UA – Key to Interoperability
Videos, Webinars
Leveraging a Standardized FDT 3.0 IIoT Ecosytem
English
White Papers
Leveraging a Standardized FDT 3.0 IIoT Ecosytem
English
White Papers

Digitalization offers automation companies a great opportunity to successfully shape the future. However, this process also brings many challenges such as remote real-time data access, end-to-end security, and multi-vendor equipment integration and interoperability.

Industrial stakeholders want to do more with operational and business data, including accurate interpretation of the information and taking correct actions to ensure a desired outcome.

FDT Group’s new, forward-looking standard, FDT® 3.0 (also known as FITS™), will accelerate the evolutionary journey of the organization and its technology into the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Developed from industry-driven feedback, and providing a bridge between the current FDT installed based and next generation solutions, the updated standard enables an FDT Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)-based ecosystem to meet the demands for digitalization and Industry 4.0 applications.

FDT Group’s open, data-centric integration approach is the key enabler for the new era of industrial automation. FDT is the only standard of its kind providing an open architecture with standardized, built-in mobility and remote access; native OPC Unified Architecture (UA) integration; robust security; and platform independence, while still leaving the manufacturer in control of customizing their product or solution.

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FDT 3.0 Overview (EN)
English
Brochures
FDT 3.0 Overview (EN)
English
Brochures

With the advent of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and the connected world, there is a need for open and interoperable standards to ensure powerful measurement and control assets can communicate and work together as needed in smart industrial operations for IIoT and Industry 4.0 applications.

The FDT IIoT Server (FITS) platform is multi-faceted, scalable and agile and can be utilized in a host of diverse operating environments due to its platform independence. This approach results in a flexible server architecture which bridges the current FDT installed base with next generation technology and creates an excellent starting point for new application.

Download a copy of the FITS brochure to gain an advanced look at the high-level architecture and gain insight into the new features FITS has to offer for suppliers (system and device) and end users.

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FDT 3.0 Overview (JP)
Japanese
Brochures
FDT 3.0 Overview (JP)
Japanese
Brochures
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HART Annex
v1.00.00 (1000KB)
FDT 3.0 Specifications
HART Annex
v1.00.00 (1000KB)
FDT 3.0 Specifications
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Profibus Annex
v1.00.00 (929KB)
FDT 3.0 Specifications
Profibus Annex
v1.00.00 (929KB)
FDT 3.0 Specifications
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Digital Transformation with FDT 3.0
Virtual Press Conference
June 3, 2020
Videos
Digital Transformation with FDT 3.0
Virtual Press Conference
June 3, 2020
Videos
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FDT Specification
FDT 3.0 (FITS)
FDT 3.0 Specifications
FDT Specification
FDT 3.0 (FITS)
FDT 3.0 Specifications
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FDT Server Prototype Demo Video (Flowserve)
FDT 3.0 (FITS)
Videos
FDT Server Prototype Demo Video (Flowserve)
FDT 3.0 (FITS)
Videos
FDT Style Guide
FDT 3.0 Specifications
FDT Style Guide
FDT 3.0 Specifications

If you would like a copy of the FDT 3.0 Style Guide, please contact the FDT Group to obtain a vendor id and license agreement.

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FDT 3.0 Overview (CN)
Mandarin
Brochures
FDT 3.0 Overview (CN)
Mandarin
Brochures
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CIP Annex
v1.3.1 (947 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
CIP Annex
v1.3.1 (947 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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FDT Specifications
v1.2.1.1 (3.25MB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
FDT Specifications
v1.2.1.1 (3.25MB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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Protected: FITS Developer Webinar Recording
Videos, Webinars
Protected: FITS Developer Webinar Recording
Videos, Webinars

The FDT Group held a member only developer seminar & webinar event focused on educating the member community on the new FITS™ (FDT IIoT Server) architecture and the technology rollout plan. Led by FDT technical experts, this was the first event of its’ kind providing an in-depth scope of FDT technology advancements support digital transformation for IIoT and Industrie 4.0 applications.

Designed to simplify the industrial automation ecosystem exchange, FITS enables mobility, cloud, and fog enterprise applications, as well as sensor-to-cloud and enterprise-wide connectivity. It simplifies the move to IIoT, combining OPC UA integration, web services and rich control network interoperability to optimize connectivity and information exchange for the next generation of automation. It features robust layered security addressing all components of the server architecture.

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Intelligent Device Information – The Hidden Asset
Videos, Webinars
Intelligent Device Information – The Hidden Asset
Videos, Webinars

By using intelligent information – the hidden asset, and integrating intelligent device diagnostics into an asset management or automation system, you begin the process of monitoring the “Check Engine” status allowing the opportunity to improve your bottom-line profitability. Using FDT Technology-enabled solutions, including the Frame Applications and device DTMs provided by your device suppliers, you will be able to identify minor problems before they become critical — lowering maintenance and operating costs. FDT Technology is supported and available by most major device and automation systems suppliers. In fact, you might be using FDT Technology today for device configuration and set-up but might not be getting the benefits of this hidden asset.

Take the first step to discover the hidden asset in your own intelligent measurement devices. Speak with your automation suppliers and ask them for their FDT Technology solutions.

FDT & OPC UA Unite to Bring Enterprise Integration
Webinars
FDT & OPC UA Unite to Bring Enterprise Integration
Webinars

To help inform the industry about the progress of the FDT/OPC UA project our technical working group committee has released a substantial body of work and is available to you via a 30 minute On-Demand Webinar hosted by FDT project manager, Dr. Thomas Hadlich.

Proactive Maintenance Strategies With Bottom-Line Benefits
Webinars
Proactive Maintenance Strategies With Bottom-Line Benefits
Webinars

With many updated control and asset management systems, intelligent device diagnostic information is accessible and available for immediate use. For those that don’t, there are many different cost-effective products that make access to intelligent device information possible. This diagnostic information enables you to change your maintenance activities from reactive — work on what’s broken — to more proactive or even predictive activities, such as fixing small problems before they turn into bigger problems.

Imagine the benefits of using real-time device diagnostics to reduce the number of trips to the field, prevent an unscheduled shutdown or reduce the length of a scheduled shutdown. Whether you are part of the reliability, maintenance, process improvement, management or other plant function, putting this valuable information to work can produce big results with relatively small investments and low-risk.

Key Work Process And Organizational Changes For Successful Asset Management
Webinars
Key Work Process And Organizational Changes For Successful Asset Management
Webinars

Explore the experiences of Dow Chemical Company who have successfully implemented an effective asset management and reliability program. Learn how changes in organizational and work processes for Intelligent Field Devices directly delivered significant cost savings and reliability improvements.

FDT & OPC UA Webinar Recording
Videos, Webinars
FDT & OPC UA Webinar Recording
Videos, Webinars

FDT Group and OPC Foundation hosted a joint webinar on September 14th, focused on educating industrial automation end-users and manufacturers about efforts to empower a single enterprise integration platform for secure and managed exchange of performance driven-analytics. This is a key topic with the growth of the IIoT and Industrie 4.0.

The webinar highlighted the latest collaborative developments and the role the FDT for OPC UA information model companion specification plays in evolving digital architecture transformation for the new era of automation. Supporting brownfield and greenfield applications, the unified solution empowers the next generation industrial workforce with open, flexible deployment options allowing sensor to cloud, enterprise-wide connectivity.

The webinar explored:

  • Development work resulting in a device-to-cloud computing strategy that supports configuration, communication, run-time and historical data access, as well as alarming and event services for existing and upcoming devices supported through FDT technology.
  • Introduction of an FDT IIoT Server (FITS™) combining OPC UA integration, web services and rich control network interoperability to optimize connectivity and information exchange, and simplifying the move to IIoT.
  • Advancement of FDT’s approach to providing access to meaningful, real-time plant information and asset health data with NAMUR NE107 diagnostics with Device Type Managers (DTMs) available throughout the plant topology via a robust network tunneling capability.
  • Adoption of FDT for device integration and OPC UA for the communication layer, respectively, of the German Reference Architecture Model Industrie 4.0 (RAMI 4.0).
  • Discovery of application use case scenarios and technology demonstration utilizing FDT for OPC UA and Industrie 4.0 through the RAMI Asset Administration Shell.

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Specifying FDT Technology
White Papers
Specifying FDT Technology
White Papers

Preventing unplanned shutdowns, reducing downtime, and lowering maintenance costs have been shown to provide significant financial benefits. One way to achieve these results is to make certain that all installed assets are used to the best of their ability.

FDT Technology can be easily used in existing or new plants and can bring significant operational and financial benefits throughout the plant life cycle.

This paper provides an overview of FDT Technology and suggests text to use as part of your proposal or ordering specifications to make sure you are putting your assets to work.

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FDT Architecture Integrating FDI Device Packages
White Papers
FDT Architecture Integrating FDI Device Packages
White Papers

The purpose of this whitepaper is to provide information related to the topic of device integration using FDI Device Packages with FDT Group publically available FDT standard.

Background

The FDT® (Field Device Technology) standard, IEC 62453, advanced by the FDT Group, and started more than ten years ago, provides a platform for intelligent device integration across all industrial communication networks spanning process and discrete automation. FDT’s nested communication allows transparent information flow from devices to host systems across different industrial communication networks. Sixteen different industrial communication networks, tethered and wireless are fully supported and integrated into the FDT standard.

FDT 2.0 Technology

Over time, the technologies used to implement FDT 1.x became dated. The FDT Group developed a concept to further their standards and enable easier adaptation of future technologies. This resulted in a future-proof architectural concept for a new version of FDT known as FDT2™. FDT2 is based on the .NET Framework and uses the scope of functions available in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Windows Forms libraries, among others. In addition, FDT2 implements persistent storage of device instance data to speed access time to device data. Interoperability, performance and operation of the DTM and FDT Frame applications are also optimized by the introduction of what are called Common Components.

Backwards Compatibility of FDT 2.0

In recognition of the large installed base of DTMs built on the FDT 1.x specification, the FDT2 specification was designed to ensure backward compatibility. Therefore all available DTMs from the FDT 1.x specification will work in FDT2 Frame-based systems ensuring investment protection throughout the life cycle of a plant.

Openness of FDT Technology

Device Selection

Users can select various manufacturers’ devices and easily integrate the best in class devices into their applications. The selection can be oriented towards the performance features of the device rather than the specifications of a system manufacturer or a communication protocol. The same applies for the FDT Frame Application.

Network Selection

FDT imposes no limitations on an innovative device technology as long as the DTM interface remains compatible. Investments are thus protected long-term. New communication protocols are regularly added to the FDT specification through protocol annexes. Backward compatibility of new interface descriptions is a requirement for all FDT working groups.

Integration of Device Descriptions

For devices which do not have a native DTM, but only a Device Description (DD) or Electronic Device Description (EDD), so named Interpreter DTMs are available. Interpreter DTMs are not uniquely programmed for a device, but rather use existing Device Description files created for a certain device. Usually these DTMs have fewer graphic and functional features because of the limited properties of the Device Description language (EDDL). One example is the “IO-Link Device Description interpreter DTM”, which interprets DDs from IO-Link devices for factory automation and, with its help, can provide parameters for these devices. There are further Interpreter DTMs, through which EDDs for HART, PROFIBUS PA and FOUNDATION Fieldbus devices are interpreted. For upcoming new Device Description formats FDT will be easily expanded by providing a corresponding Interpreter DTM, as it has been done before.

Interoperability of FDT 2.0 with FDI

FDI® (Field Device Integration) is focused on device integration for process automation applications using HART, PROFIBUS, and FOUNDATION Fieldbus based devices. The goal of FDI is to provide a common solution based on device integration technologies: GRAPH_15 UKEDDL (Electronic Device Description Language) and DTM (Device Type Manager) Technology. The FDI Device Package will address the requirements for simple and complex devices for process applications. FDI Device Packages can be processed in FDI Hosts as well as in an FDT2 Frame Application. This allows device suppliers to create an FDI Device Package for their devices containing both: an EDD and an optional UIP (User Interface Plug-in) that provides additional graphical capabilities similar to a DTM. Host suppliers are free to implement an FDI host, or an FDT2 frame application. End users in the process industries benefit because both solutions will use the same FDI Device Packages to provide the same functionality and experience. The FDT Group and FDI Cooperation are both committed to support this approach and ensure that FDT2 based systems can use and deliver the full functionality of FDI Device Packages. Hosts that are based on the FDT2 frame specification will process FDI Device Packages using an FDI DTM. This FDI DTM will be based on the same tools that are used to develop a native FDI host.

FDT Hosts Provide the Broadest Solution

Supported Networks

A native FDT2 host system supports more than 16 network protocols including the 3 supported by a native FDI host. The FDT2 standard is designed in such a way that additional future networks can be added without re-releasing the standard or modifying an existing FDT2 host system. This feature proofs the interoperability with new networks as they come onto the market. Vendors have also used this feature to deliver seamless support for proprietary or legacy protocols. In addition, an FDT2 based host is optimally suited to implement device and asset management tasks as it integrates seamlessly both FDI Device Packages and device DTM’s.

Tunneling

Unique to the FDT architecture is the ability of an FDT2 host system to natively communicate with end devices by tunneling through any number of disparate networks and associated gateways. This so called nested communications occurs without the host needing to intervene in any way and without modifying the communications stack of any of the networks through which the tunneling occurs.

Future Extend-ability

The FDT architecture allows communication adapters and gateways to be added to an FDT2 system without explicit support from the host through the use of communication DTMs. End users therefore can pick best in class network components and extend FDT2 based host systems as new devices and networks become available. Recent trends in communication DTMs have shown significant advancements in network level diagnostics delivering proactive maintenance indicators previously only available with specialized hardware and software. As networks communicate faster and through wireless mediums, the advantage of the integrated network configuration and predictive diagnostics becomes a game changing advantage.

Summary

FDT as a standard for device integration fulfills the requirement to offer to the user a free selection of all components installed in their system, independent of the manufacturer, and with it the option of being able to use the most suitable devices for their applications. Moreover, the open FDT Technology protects investments of the plant operator in field device technology for the long term and makes it possible for device manufacturers to create uniformity in device drivers running in different system environments.

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Could the Biggest Obstacle to Asset Management be Management
White Papers
Could the Biggest Obstacle to Asset Management be Management
White Papers

The goals of maximizing assets and improving plant reliability are common today. And, as the expression goes, “if it was easy everyone would be doing it.” An effective asset management program might be easy to financially justify because the investment can sometimes pay for itself by preventing just a single unplanned shutdown. That said, why is it that more companies are not actively using asset management programs to improve performance and increase plant reliability? Several large companies have asked and answered this question and initiated a program only to find that the people asking for reliability improvements might be the same people that are preventing it!

This white paper explores the experiences of users who have successfully implemented an effective asset management and reliability program and discusses the culture and work process changes required in order to achieve significant change. The paper also looks at the work being done by ISA108 Intelligent Device Management to define best practices and work processes surrounding the use of information provided by intelligent field device.

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Jump Start Maintenance With Point-to-Point Information Access
White Papers
Jump Start Maintenance With Point-to-Point Information Access
White Papers

When a device is suspected of having a problem, don’t grab the work order and go out into the plant to “see what might be wrong.” There is a more productive approach! This “user guide” outlines an alternative proactive maintenance method, using the smarts in your current installed intelligent devices with FDT® Technology doing the troubleshooting work for you! Focusing on brownfield applications using legacy 4-20mA systems, we will identify a path for you to jump start your maintenance strategy for your installed assets starting with just a single device (or point to point) connection. This paper will motivate maintenance team members and encourage them to use a PC and a FDT enabled configuration application (free), to configure and diagnose a single device enabling lower maintenance costs and increased plant reliability.

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Device Management User Guide for Operational Optimization
White Papers
Device Management User Guide for Operational Optimization
White Papers

Let’s get connected! Thanks to the internet, we can now connect in ways we never dreamed about – social media, automobiles, home appliances, security systems, and the list goes on. And, if the fortune tellers are right, we haven’t seen anything yet! What is the common characteristic in all of the mentioned scenarios is that they all include “smart” devices that communicate with each other and/or within a system to help optimize their value and deliverable.

This paper is a user guide to optimize smart device management by looking at the benefits of connecting to the information in smart measurement and control devices (one point at a time or thousands of points) for process and/or factory automation applications markets utilizing FDT Technology. With full user driven scalability options, plant operations and maintenance efforts will benefit from– lowering maintenance cost, reducing unscheduled downtime and improving compliance to new safety and environmental regulations.

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Field Device Management Based on FDT and OPC UA
White Papers
Field Device Management Based on FDT and OPC UA
White Papers

This white paper discusses a general approach for providing OPC UA services for field devices, based on an already existing and widely supported device integration technology – FDT.

Providing OPC UA services for device management and device integration may be considered as a strategic development towards support of remote configuration of devices (e.g. via the Internet), support of access by mobile platforms and support of integration into cyber physical systems.

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Asset Health Monitoring Using FDT 3.0 (FITS) & OPC PubSub
White Papers
Asset Health Monitoring Using FDT 3.0 (FITS) & OPC PubSub
White Papers

Abstract: In an industrial environment, asset health monitoring is key for making informed decisions about maintenance activity, component replacement etc., to reduce the plant downtime and improve asset performance. FDT Group’s emerging FDT IIoT Server (FITS) architecture empowers a robust FDT Server solution featuring a client-server architecture scalable to suit the needs of a single manufacturing facility or an entire industrial enterprise by enabling secure mobile, cloud, on-premise, edge and enterprise-wide applications. The FDT Server natively integrates an OPC UA Server which exposes information about the devices connected to the FDT Server via the OPC UA companion specification Information Model. Any authenticated OPC UA Client can fetch the device information from the OPC UA Server via Request-Response Pull mechanism. This paper focuses on the FITS architecture by enabling the OPC UA Server with OPC PubSub mechanism, so that the remote asset health monitoring application can monitor the asset health in a different network, using various messaging protocols like AMQP, MQTT utilizing pull mechanism. This reduces the message traffic between Asset Health Monitoring Application and the FDT Server, improving the performance and scalability.

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FDT 2.0 Overview (JP)
Japanese
Brochures
FDT 2.0 Overview (JP)
Japanese
Brochures
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FDT 2.0 Overview (EN)
English
Brochures
FDT 2.0 Overview (EN)
English
Brochures

FDT is the open, standardized integration standard providing a single interface platform for open data exchange between field devices and automation systems independent of the network(s) used. This brochure provides an in-depth description of FDT; including an overview of the technology, historical development, practical applications of FDT in use and implementations, and so much more.

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FDT Flagship (DE)
German Version
Brochures
FDT Flagship (DE)
German Version
Brochures

Automation strategies are evolving in the face of a competitive global economy. The previous generation of fragmented systems is becoming increasingly integrated and interconnected, with a greater degree of standardization at all levels of the automation architecture.

The FDT Group offers an enabling technology Empowering the Intelligent Enterprise. Providing access to both legacy and modern control assets, it is a versatile solution for the new era of automation. FDT Technology benefits both manufacturers and end users, with advancements like the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industrie 4.0 delivered out-of-the-box, enabling modernized asset integration and access to performance data for visualizing crucial operational problems.

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FDT Flagship (EN)
English
Brochures
FDT Flagship (EN)
English
Brochures

Automation strategies are evolving in the face of a competitive global economy. The previous generation of fragmented systems is becoming increasingly integrated and interconnected, with a greater degree of standardization at all levels of the automation architecture.

The FDT Group offers an enabling technology Empowering the Intelligent Enterprise. Providing access to both legacy and modern control assets, it is a versatile solution for the new era of automation. FDT Technology benefits both manufacturers and end users, with advancements like the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industrie 4.0 delivered out-of-the-box, enabling modernized asset integration and access to performance data for visualizing crucial operational problems.

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FDT Security Bulletin
FDT Security
FDT Security Bulletin
FDT Security
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FDT Flagship (JP)
Japanese
Brochures
FDT Flagship (JP)
Japanese
Brochures
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FF Annex
v1.0 (1.03 MB)
FDT 1.2 Specifications
FF Annex
v1.0 (1.03 MB)
FDT 1.2 Specifications
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Profinet IO Annex
v1.0 (313.67 KB)
FDT 1.2 Specifications
Profinet IO Annex
v1.0 (313.67 KB)
FDT 1.2 Specifications
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FDT Specifications
v1.2
FDT 1.2 Specifications
FDT Specifications
v1.2
FDT 1.2 Specifications
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FDT/DTM Style Guide
v1.0 (329.85 KB)
FDT 1.2 Specifications
FDT/DTM Style Guide
v1.0 (329.85 KB)
FDT 1.2 Specifications
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Interbus Annex
v1.0 (149.90 KB)
FDT 1.2 Specifications
Interbus Annex
v1.0 (149.90 KB)
FDT 1.2 Specifications
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IO-Link Annex
v1.1 (584 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
IO-Link Annex
v1.1 (584 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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Profibus Annex
v1.0 (367.93 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
Profibus Annex
v1.0 (367.93 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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Modbus Annex
v1.0 (374.84 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
Modbus Annex
v1.0 (374.84 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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Interbus Annex
v1.0 (149.90 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
Interbus Annex
v1.0 (149.90 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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ISA100 Annex
v1.0 (2.02 MB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
ISA100 Annex
v1.0 (2.02 MB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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FF Annex
v1.1 (723.63 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
FF Annex
v1.1 (723.63 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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CCLink Annex
v1.0
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
CCLink Annex
v1.0
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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Sercos Annex
v1.0 (694 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
Sercos Annex
v1.0 (694 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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EtherCat Annex
v1.00
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
EtherCat Annex
v1.00
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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Profinet IO Annex
v1.1 (311 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
Profinet IO Annex
v1.1 (311 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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HART Annex
v1.01.0 (1 MB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
HART Annex
v1.01.0 (1 MB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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CANopen Annex
v1.1
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
CANopen Annex
v1.1
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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FDT/DTM Style Guide
v1.1 (693.48 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
FDT/DTM Style Guide
v1.1 (693.48 KB)
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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FDT OPC UA Info Model
v1.00
FDT 2.0 Specifications
FDT OPC UA Info Model
v1.00
FDT 2.0 Specifications
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Profinet Annex
v1.00.00.00 (5.85 MB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
Profinet Annex
v1.00.00.00 (5.85 MB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
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Profibus Annex
v1.01.03.00 (5.1 MB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
Profibus Annex
v1.01.03.00 (5.1 MB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
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Modbus Annex
v1.00.00.02 (5.174 MB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
Modbus Annex
v1.00.00.02 (5.174 MB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
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HART Annex
v1.00.01.00 (3.25 MB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
HART Annex
v1.00.01.00 (3.25 MB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
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FDT/DTM Style Guide
v2.0 (580 KB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
FDT/DTM Style Guide
v2.0 (580 KB)
FDT 2.0 Specifications
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FDT Specifications
v1.00.00.00
FDT 2.0 Specifications
FDT Specifications
v1.00.00.00
FDT 2.0 Specifications
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FDT Style Guide
V2.0.1 (961KB)
FDT 2.1 Specifications
FDT Style Guide
V2.0.1 (961KB)
FDT 2.1 Specifications
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HART Annex
V1.01.00.00 (3MB)
FDT 2.1 Specifications
HART Annex
V1.01.00.00 (3MB)
FDT 2.1 Specifications
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FDT Specifications
v1.01.01
FDT 2.1 Specifications
FDT Specifications
v1.01.01
FDT 2.1 Specifications
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FA PLC Interface Annex
v1.00
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
FA PLC Interface Annex
v1.00
FDT 1.2.1 Specifications
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