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A prototype IEEE 1451.4 smart transducer interface for sensors and actuators

IEEE 2011 10th International Conference on Electronic Measurement & Instruments, 2011

Analog transducers (sensors or actuators) are widely used in industry. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 1451.4 standard defines a mixed-mode communication protocol and the Transducer Electronic Data Sheet (TEDS) formats for analog transducers. This standard enables the plug- and-play capability of analog transducers and easy integration of analog transducers with measurement and control systems. This paper describes ...


The prototype IEEE 1451.4 applied in the IOT

Proceedings of the 10th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation, 2012

As the key technology applied in the internet of the things (IOT), the transducer technology plays a driving effort on the development of the IOT. IEEE 1451.4 defines a mixed-mode interface(MMI) for the smart transducers and the formats of the Transducer Electronic Data Sheet (TEDS), which adds the play-plug function to the analog transducer. With the prototype applied in IOT, ...


Development of smart transducers with IEEE 1451.4 standard for Industrial automation

2014 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Communications, Control and Computing Technologies, 2014

A new IEEE 1451.4 standard for a smart transducer interface defines the concept for adding self-identification technology to traditional analog sensors and actuators. Numerous manufacturers' offers 1451.4 sensors, which are often called TEDS sensors. Tools for the development of these sensors are not yet widely available. In this work, a tool for development of smart sensor fully compliant with the ...


Development of smart transducers compliant with the IEEE 1451.4 standard

2012 8th IEEE International Symposium on Instrumentation and Control Technology (ISICT) Proceedings, 2012

A new IEEE 1451.4 standard for a smart transducer interface defines the concept for adding self-identification technology to traditional analog sensors and actuators. While the numerous manufacturers offers 1451.4 sensors, which are often called TEDS sensors, tools for the development of these sensors are not yet widely available. In this paper the procedure for development of smart sensor fully compliant ...


Merging FPGA and FPAA Reconfiguration Capabilities for IEEE 1451.4 Compliant Smart Sensor Applications

2007 3rd Southern Conference on Programmable Logic, 2007

This work focuses on the application of both field programmable analog arrays (FPAAs) and field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) as an unique system for implementing IEEE 1451.4 sensor interfaces. The inherent reconfigurability of these two hardware platforms allows increasing the versatility of the overall system, leading to a variety of sensor connectivity and remote measurement and control options.


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  • A prototype IEEE 1451.4 smart transducer interface for sensors and actuators

    Analog transducers (sensors or actuators) are widely used in industry. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 1451.4 standard defines a mixed-mode communication protocol and the Transducer Electronic Data Sheet (TEDS) formats for analog transducers. This standard enables the plug- and-play capability of analog transducers and easy integration of analog transducers with measurement and control systems. This paper describes a prototype of the IEEE 1451.4 one-wire interface for analog transducers. The prototype system developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) consists of an IEEE 1451.4-based transducer, a one-wire interface board, and a single board computer (SBC). An example of reading the IEEE 1451.4 TEDS from an IEEE 1451.4-compatible accelerometer is provided to illustrate system functionality.

  • The prototype IEEE 1451.4 applied in the IOT

    As the key technology applied in the internet of the things (IOT), the transducer technology plays a driving effort on the development of the IOT. IEEE 1451.4 defines a mixed-mode interface(MMI) for the smart transducers and the formats of the Transducer Electronic Data Sheet (TEDS), which adds the play-plug function to the analog transducer. With the prototype applied in IOT, it will save much time used to recognize and describe the transducer and will supply with more useful information, such as calibration and orientation parameters. It will bring much convenience to the management of the transducer code in IOT. This paper briefly introduces the IEEE 1451.4, gives an instance of applying the IEEE1451.4 prototype in IOT to measure the real-time ice- thickness.

  • Development of smart transducers with IEEE 1451.4 standard for Industrial automation

    A new IEEE 1451.4 standard for a smart transducer interface defines the concept for adding self-identification technology to traditional analog sensors and actuators. Numerous manufacturers' offers 1451.4 sensors, which are often called TEDS sensors. Tools for the development of these sensors are not yet widely available. In this work, a tool for development of smart sensor fully compliant with the IEEE1451.4 standard is developed. Mixed-mode interface with auto detection of One-wire memory device has been developed by the use of Amicus Board which has PIC 18F25K20 microcontroller. To demonstrate the functionality and efficiency of developed tool, bridge sensor (load cell) is implemented and also analog temperature sensor is converted to smart transducer for Industrial automation. Details of sensor implementation and test results are presented. To validate, a smart transducer controller is made and tested.

  • Development of smart transducers compliant with the IEEE 1451.4 standard

    A new IEEE 1451.4 standard for a smart transducer interface defines the concept for adding self-identification technology to traditional analog sensors and actuators. While the numerous manufacturers offers 1451.4 sensors, which are often called TEDS sensors, tools for the development of these sensors are not yet widely available. In this paper the procedure for development of smart sensor fully compliant with the IEEE 1451.4 standard is described. Mixed-mode interface with auto detection of One-wire memory device has been developed by the use of 8-bit microcontroller. For assembling and parsing of IEEE 1451.4 TEDS a PC based TEDS Editor is developed. To illustrate the functionality and efficiency of developed tools an example of 1451.4 Class 2 bridge sensor is implemented. Details of sensor implementation and test results will be presented.

  • Merging FPGA and FPAA Reconfiguration Capabilities for IEEE 1451.4 Compliant Smart Sensor Applications

    This work focuses on the application of both field programmable analog arrays (FPAAs) and field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) as an unique system for implementing IEEE 1451.4 sensor interfaces. The inherent reconfigurability of these two hardware platforms allows increasing the versatility of the overall system, leading to a variety of sensor connectivity and remote measurement and control options.

  • The IEEE 1451.4 proposed standard

    The measurement community is best served by transducers with integrated identification and data. The work in the IEEE group and in the involved companies has brought plug and play to the measurement community. This has helped the transition to larger systems with more transducers and simultaneously introduced a new level of quality into the measurements. The author encourages both users and transducer manufacturers alike to participate in the discussions of the standard to ensure that the upcoming IEEE standard meets their needs.

  • IEEE 1451.4 embedded smart sensors architecture for wheelchair user monitoring

    The design and implementation of a microcontroller based platform compatible with IEEE 1451.4 standard for high performance unobtrusive accurate cardio- respiratory and motor activity estimation of wheelchair users are presented in this paper. The platform is a multi-sensor architecture that includes sensors with plug-and-play and auto-identification capabilities, a RFID reader that is used to identify the wheelchair user, and RFID tags mounted in critical regions of the indoor habitat. The acquired data from the smart sensor channels are delivered through Bluetooth communication or wired serial communication to a host computer that includes a server application associated with IEEE 1451.4 TEDS management and display of the measured data. Elements of human-machine-interface (HMI) implementation and several experimental results are included in the paper.

  • Development of an intelligent reconfigurable NCAP for Smart Transducer applications

    The IEEE 1451 standard has enabled data acquisition systems to achieve plug and play operation through the smart transducers, used in environmental and structural health monitoring applications. The usual methodology is to make use of a Network Capable Application Processor (NCAP) that communicates with a Smart Transducer Interface Module (STIM), which gives sensor readings to the end user through the connection of the NCAP. This paper presents a development of an intelligent, data acquisition device that incorporates both an NCAP and a universal interface which supports most of industrial analog transducers in 2, 3 or 4 wire mode as specified in 1451.4 Mixed Model Interface (MMI). The universal interface is capable of identifying and configuring itself to match with smart transducers automatically according to the IEEE 1451.4 Transducer Electronic Datasheet (TEDS) standard. The universal transducer interface is based on reconfigurable hardware blocks present within the Cypress PSoC, which will also function as the Network Capable Application Processor.

  • Embedding IEEE 1451.4 smart sensing nodes in a Wireless Air Quality Monitoring Network

    An hybrid smart sensor network that includes a set of sensing nodes designed and implemented according with the specifications of the Smart Transducer Interface Standard, IEEE 1451, is presented. The communication between the nodes and the host computer that is used for advanced air quality data processing and data storage is performed through a wireless connection that was developed using a low cost, high performance radio device. Regarding the IEEE 1451 implementation the nodes put together a minimal Dot4 Network Capable Application Processor (NCAP) with a data acquisition unit that reads the analog signals from an IEEE 1451.4 Transducer Unit with air quality, temperature and relative humidity sensors using a Mixed-Mode Interface (MMI). The LabVIEW program implemented on the computer performs the automatic identification of the node analog sensors through TEDS reading, air quality data correction using the temperature and relative humidity information, data logging and pollution alarm generation. The use of Virtual TEDS solution for the sensing nodes is also considered.

  • Smart sensors for environmental radiation monitoring networks

    This paper presents the design and implementation of smart radiation sensors that allow automatic integration and configuration in environmental monitoring networks containing heterogeneous sensors. The design of two most frequently used ionizing radiation detectors Geiger-Muller (GM) detector and ionization chamber are discussed. Smart radiation sensors are designed in compliance with IEEE 1451.4 standard, which enables automatic sensor identification and configuration based on transducer electronic data sheets (TEDS). Since IEEE 1451.4 standard does not specify TEDS templates for radiation sensors, new TEDS templates suitable for GM detectors and ionization chambers are proposed. Smart sensors are connected into the monitoring network using a low-cost Network Capable Application Processor (NCAP) compatible with IEEE 1451.0 standard.



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IEEE Standard for A Smart Transducer Interface for Sensors and Actuators--Mixed-Mode Communication Protocols and Transducer Electronic Data Sheet (TEDS) Formats

This project will establish a standard that allows analog transducers to communicate digital information with an IEEE 1451 object. The standard will define the protocol and interface. It will also define the format of the transducer TEDS. The transducer TEDS will be based on the IEEE 1451.2 TEDS. The standard will not specify the transducer design, signal conditioning, or the ...



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