In many situations, system assemblers are finding that RS485 networks are unreliable or simply do not work.
In a world of plug and play serial digital interfaces the integral sophistication of these long standing digital serial communication interfaces and protocols are commonly underestimated and this can sometimes lead to issues in the field leading to questions relating to the quality and reliability of the systems designed in.
Our Kevin Kilford (Design Manager) has launched an guide outlining the intricacies of this popular interface, providing engineers with the tools required to ensure reliability of the data exchange within their applications.
The full article can be found here – Troubleshooting RS485 networks – Embedded Computing Design
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