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Network overview

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Network overview (pdf)

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Network overview

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An echelon network is built up with different Nodes, these nodes are small intelligent units which are connected over a twisted pair cable in free topology. Each node controls a set of dispensing devices (beerpumps, alcohol dispencers, expresso machine, refrigerators, ....).

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An echelon network is built up with different Nodes, these nodes are small intelligent units which are connected over a twisted pair cable in free topology. Each node controls a set of dispensing devices (beerpumps, alcohol dispensers, expresso machine, refrigerators, ....).

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To make sure that the dispensers always work, several backup options are built in because It is always possible that a computer fails or a cable has been damaged or broken. When the computer fails, a special rescue card can be used and al actions are preserved within the cardreader. When the computer is back in the network, the preserverd actions are sent to the computer. Even when the network cable is cut, there is still a way to put the nodes in a "MANUAL" position -> no actions are registered, but the dispencers will work.

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To make sure the dispensers are always operational, several backup options are built in, because a computer failure or damaged or broken cable is always possible. When the computer fails, a special rescue card can be used and all actions are preserved within the cardreader. When the computer is back in the network, the preserved actions are sent to the computer. Even when the network cable is cut, there is still a way to put the nodes in a "MANUAL" position -> no actions are registered, but the dispensers will work.

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To make sure that the dispensers always work, several backup options are built in because It is always possible that a computer fails or a cable has been damaged or broken. When the computer fails, a special rescue card can be used and al actions are preserved within the cardreader. When the computer is back in the network, the preserverd actions are sent to the computer. Even when the network cable is cut, there is still a way to put the nodes in a "MANUAL" position -> no actions are registered, but the dispencers will work

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To make sure that the dispensers always work, several backup options are built in because It is always possible that a computer fails or a cable has been damaged or broken. When the computer fails, a special rescue card can be used and al actions are preserved within the cardreader. When the computer is back in the network, the preserverd actions are sent to the computer. Even when the network cable is cut, there is still a way to put the nodes in a "MANUAL" position -> no actions are registered, but the dispencers will work.

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To make sure that the dispensers always work, several backup options are built in because It is always possible that a computer fails or a cable has been damaged or broken. When the computer fails, a special rescue card can be used and al actions are preserved within the cardreader. When the computer is back in the network, the preserverd actions are sent to the computer. Even when the network cable is cut, there is still a way to put the nodes in a "MANUAL" position -> no actions are registered, but the dispencers will work

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Because of the great variety of dispensing devices, there are different nodes wich specific functions ( [[

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Because of the great variety of dispensing devices, there are different nodes wich specific functions ( [[

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All the nodes are connected over a twisted pair, but the do NOT use the ETHERNET protocol. Never connect the echelon network on a standard network switch.

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All the nodes are connected over a twisted pair, but they do NOT use the ETHERNET protocol. Never connect the echelon network on a standard network switch.

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All the nodes are connected over a twisted pair, but the do NOT use the ETHERNET protocol. Never connect the echelon network on a standard network switch.

April 21, 2006, at 04:43 PM by 81.188.94.80 -
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An echelon network is built up with different Nodes, these nodes are small intelligent units which are connected over a twisted pair cable . Each node controls a set of dispensing devices (beerpumps, alcohol dispencers, expresso machine, refrigerators, ....).

Within an echelon network there is always a standard computer (Echelon Pc), that has an Echelon Interface card and communicates with these nodes.
The echelon Pc is the hart of the echelon network, this pc is used to program the nodes and registers the actions made by every node.

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An echelon network is built up with different Nodes, these nodes are small intelligent units which are connected over a twisted pair cable in free topology. Each node controls a set of dispensing devices (beerpumps, alcohol dispencers, expresso machine, refrigerators, ....).

Within an echelon network there is always a standard computer (Echelon Pc), that has an Echelon Interface card and communicates with these nodes.
This echelon Pc is the hart of the echelon network and is used to program the nodes and to register the actions made by every node.

April 21, 2006, at 04:39 PM by 81.188.94.80 -
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- Neuron - Echelon - N32 - These are terms that ETC use to

An echelon network is built up with different Nodes, these nodes are small intelligent units which are connected over a twisted pair cable . Within an echelon network there is always a standard computer (Echelon Pc), thats has an Echelon Interface card and communicates with these nodes.
The echelon Pc is the hart of the echelon network, it controls :

  • how the network is built up
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- Neuron - Echelon - N32 - These are terms that are used to describe the network explained below.

An echelon network is built up with different Nodes, these nodes are small intelligent units which are connected over a twisted pair cable . Each node controls a set of dispensing devices (beerpumps, alcohol dispencers, expresso machine, refrigerators, ....).

Within an echelon network there is always a standard computer (Echelon Pc), that has an Echelon Interface card and communicates with these nodes.
The echelon Pc is the hart of the echelon network, this pc is used to program the nodes and registers the actions made by every node.

April 21, 2006, at 04:19 PM by 81.188.94.80 -
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- Neuron - Echelon - N32 - These are terms that ETC use to

An echelon network is built up with different Nodes, these nodes are small intelligent units which are connected over a twisted pair cable . Within an echelon network there is always a standard computer (Echelon Pc), thats has an Echelon Interface card and communicates with these nodes.
The echelon Pc is the hart of the echelon network, it controls :

  • how the network is built up
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Neuron or Echelon are words that

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How neuron works

Neuron or Echelon are words that

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