Date(s) - 10/12/2021 - 10/14/2021
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Sponsor: ODVA, Inc.
Language of Delivery: English
Schedule: 8:00 am to 9:30 am each day, Tuesday October 12 through Thursday October 14, 2021 (Local EDT)
Register by October 4, 2021, to reserve your spot
Specifically designed to help engineers starting the process of creating an EtherNet/IP device, EtherNet/IP Quick Start for Vendors is a training course that discusses product functionality, implementation approaches, product design, and testing, plus gives an in-depth review of The EtherNet/IP Specification. Join us for a special training series that will bring you this content online! Seats are limited, but registration is free for companies that are beginning or in the process of developing an EtherNet/IP device.
Tuesday October 12 from 8:00 – 9:30 am US Eastern
–Technical overview of the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP™) and EtherNet/IP™, including information on OSI, object model, object class, device profile, messaging, I/O connection types, and EDS files
Wednesday October 13 from 8:00 – 9:45 am US Eastern
–Getting started with your EtherNet/IP development, including an overview of the steps to become an official EtherNet/IP vendor, and recommendations for new developers about how to read The EtherNet/IP Specification
–Understanding your EtherNet/IP product’s functional requirements, including a discussion of device types and capabilities, defining your application data and choosing a device profile, recommended EtherNet/IP functionality, additional device functional considerations, and performance requirements
–Choosing an implementation approach for your unique situation
Thursday October 14 from 8:00 – 9:30 am US Eastern
–EtherNet/IP product design considerations, including a review of software, hardware, physical layer, and performance
–Maximizing your device: Quality of Service, High Availability, and Address Conflict Detection
–Testing your EtherNet/IP product
Seats are limited. Registration closes on Monday October 4 or when the seats are filled, whichever comes first.