Part 1 of the IEC Standard defines an implementable reference architecture for the development, reuse and deployment of Function. The IEC standard and its semantics. Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine 3(4) – 48 · January with of developing IEC , which is presented as a mature technology to enable intelligent automation in various domains. This standard was not accepted by.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content. In the “System-Level Design for Distributed Automation” section, we give a general tsandard to IEC in terms of its value for the automation systems developer.
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