HART -Highway Addressable Remote Transducer

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As intelligent devices developed over the years, the need arose for network could provide for the necessary digital communications to and from such devices.Chech thiss

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HARTAs intelligent devices developed over the years, the need arosefor network could provide for the necessary digitalcommunications to and from such devices.HART (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) is a wellknown bus-based networking protocol that satisfies this need.Over the years, this has gained widespreadinternational use, and has now become a de facto standard,with HART-compatibledevices being available from all major instrumentmanufacturers. Recent surveys havepredicted that HART will continue in widespread use for thenext 15 to 20 years,196 Instrumentation/computer networksirrespective of the timing of the long-promised, internationallyaccepted, all-digitalfieldbus standard.HART was always intended to be an interim network protocolto satisfy communicationneeds in the transitional period between the use of analoguecommunicationwith non-intelligent devices a

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