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Fieldbus Foundation holds seminar in Taiwan

 The Fieldbus Foundation conducted a seminar in Taipei and Mai Liao end July 2010. The Foundation received an overwhelming response, close to 100 persons in Taipei and approximately 70 in Mai Liao attended the full-day seminars filled with presentations and live demonstrations from the sponsors azbil Yamatake, Emerson Process Management, Flowserve, Honeywell, Lapp Kabel, MTL Instruments, Pepperl+Fuchs, Stahl, and Yokogawa. the Foundation and all sponsor companies would like to thank the audience for their attention and interaction. 

 

The presentation slides are now available here:

 

pdf 1 FF Update 2.30 Mb presented by H. Sasajima, azbil Yamatake, and Vice President of the Fieldbus Foundation, Asia Pacific

pdf 2 Fieldbus Basics 1.46 Mb presented by Jeff Chen, Yokogawa

pdf 3 Physical Design 2.23 Mb presented by Colby Li, MTL/Cooper Crouse-Hinds

pdf 4 Installation (Facts and Figures about Cable and Wiring) 1.46 Mb presented by Paul Lin, Lapp Kabel

pdf 5 Configuration and Interoperability 1.19 Mb presented by Arasu Thanigai, Pepperl+Fuchs

pdf 6 FAT and Device Commissioning 339.82 Kb presented by Hsueh Pluto, Honeywell

pdf 7 Device Management 1.08 Mb presented by Johnson Wu, Emerson/Lumax 

pdf 8 Segment Design and Bus Troubleshooting 2.32 Mb presented by Arasu Thanigai, Pepperl+Fuchs

 

 

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