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Fieldbus System Engineering Guidelines

Fieldbus System Engineering Guidelines

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Published by: Tej Pratap Singh Solanki on Aug 31, 2010
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F
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FieldbusSystem Engineering Guidelines
(AG-181) Revision 2.0
 
This preface, as well as all footnotes and annexes, is included for information purposes and isnot part of AG-181.This document has been prepared under the direction of the End User Advisory Council(EUAC) of the Fieldbus Foundation. To be of real value, it should not be static but should besubject to periodic review. Toward this end, the foundation welcomes all comments andcriticisms and asks that they be addressed to:
Chairman 
End User Advisory CouncilFieldbus Foundation9005 Mountain Ridge DriveBowie Building - Suite 190Austin, Texas 78759-5316 USATel: 512.794.8890Fax 512.794.8893
 
E-mail: euac@fieldbus.orgVisit our Worldwide Web Site:www.fieldbus.org
This document in its present revision and at time of publication recognizes that High SpeedEthernet (HSE) products are available from the Fieldbus Foundation and its members. Thenext revision of this document will incorporate guidelines for the installation andimplementation of HSE.The use of specific Vendor/Manufacturers in this document does not entail implicitendorsement of the product over other similar products by the authors or the FieldbusFoundation. Individuals using this document are encouraged to seek out equivalent functionequipment from other sources of which the authors may be unaware. To assist in our efforts tomake this document as relevant as possible, should such equipment be known to a user of thisdocument please forward that information to the address given above.
 
Revision 2.0 - i - August 2004
 
 
It is the policy of Fieldbus Foundation to encourage and welcome the participation of allconcerned individuals and interests in the development of F
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fieldbus standards,recommended practices, and technical reports. Participation in the Fieldbus Foundationstandards-making process by an individual in no way constitutes endorsement by the employer of that individual, of the Fieldbus Foundation, or of any of the standards, recommendedpractices, and technical reports that the Fieldbus Foundation develops.The Fieldbus Foundation would like to thank the End User Advisory Council and the membersof the End User Councils who have committed so much time and effort to the preparation of this guide.In particular the Foundation wishes to acknowledge the following individuals without whosededication this guide would not have been possible:Ian Verhappen (Editor) ICE-Pros, Inc. Chairman, EUAC, CanadaChris Baltus DSM EUAC, EuropeJohn Bazley Beca Simons EUC, AustraliaAmbrose Hargan CSBP EUC, AustraliaHenry Marks Marks & Associates EUC, USANorihko EGI IT Engineering (Retired) EUC, JapanNola Ogar BP Group EUC, USADeon Rae Chevron Texaco EUC, USAJim Russel Keyfleet Pty Ltd EUAC, AustraliaHerman Storey Shell Global Solutions EUAC, USARon Szanyi ExxonMobil Director, Fieldbus FoundationAl Chan Canadian NaturalResources LtdEUC, CanadaJim SpragueRalph A. Hartman IISaudi Aramco EUC, Saudi Arabia
Rev. No. Date Description By
0 October 2003 Original Release IV1.0 December 2003 Editorial Revisions IV2.0 August 2004 Editorial Revisions IV
Revision 2.0 - ii - August 2004

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