High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The HART Communications
Protocol (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer Protocol) is an
early implementation of Fieldbus, a digital industrial automation
protocol. Its most notable advantage is that it can communicate
over legacy 4-20 mA analog instrumentation wiring, sharing the pair
of wires used by the older system. According to Emerson, due to the
huge installed base of 4-20 mA systems throughout the world, the
HART Protocol was one of the most popular industrial protocols
today. HART protocol made a good transition protocol for users who
were comfortable using the legacy 4-20 mA signals, but wanted to
implement a "smart" protocol. Industries seem to be using
Foundation fieldbus (also by Rosemount) more and more as users
become familiar with current technology.
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