- Introduction to EtherNet/IP
- Physical layers
- Cabling techniques
- Grounding and shielding
- Cable making and testing
- Setting IP addresses
Class Day Information:
- Attendees will receive: course notes, and a certificate of participation
- Class size is limited to a maximum of 8 people
Cost and Registration:
This course is $1,295 per person. This course can be done in person, onsite, or online.
On-demand (minimum of 3 students to run the course online).
To register, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
James Powell, P.Eng.
James Powell, P.Eng., is the principal engineer and owner of JCOM Automation Inc. He has written many articles and two books: HART Communication Protocol – a practical guide, and Catching the process fieldbus – An introduction to PROFIBUS and PROFINET. James is a certified PROFIBUS DP, PA, and PROFINET network engineer, PROFIBUS System Design Engineer and has over 20 years of experience with PROFIBUS, PROFINET, EtherNet/IP, Modbus, and HART installations.
EtherNet/IP networks require specialized wiring and cabling techniques to be robust and trouble-free. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to run the communication cables, wire the connectors, test the cables, and setup basic equipment. You will also learn how to minimize the impact of EMC on the network. This course uses real world examples and hands-on learning to provide you with the best training experience.