What Is Hart Protocol?

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HART protocol is an acronym for Highway Addressable Remote Transducer Protocol, formerly called Fieldbus, which is a universally accepted system used for sending and receiving digital information on wired and wireless devices. It uses powerful sensors to detect and communicated to these devices.
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The HART Communications Protocol (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer Protocol) is an early Fieldbus or Industrial Automation protocol. Its claim to fame is the fact that it can
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independent organisation, the HART Communication Foundation, the HART protocol is an industry standard developed to define the communications protocol between intelligent field devices
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Any HART-enabled device is compatible. The Spectrum Controls Analog I/O Module with HART Protocol is not device specific.
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