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New version of CANopen protocol stacks with LSS Fastscan included

01-24-2013 12:25 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: emtas GmbH

Merseburg, 01/07/2013 - emtas GmbH announces the release of version 1.1 of their CANopen Slave and Master stacks. The latest new feature of the stacks is support for the Layer Settings Services(LSS) as defined in CiA 305 to handle node-Id assignment and the configuration of the bit rate via CANopen. Among the LSS functions the detection and addressing of new unconfigured devices is the main task. Besides the traditional LSS scan mechanism, the new LSS Fastscan service is supported, which is recommended for new CANopen implementations by CAN in Automation e.V. (CiA). Using the new LSS Fastscan services unconfigured devices can be detected much faster and the start-up of a dynamic CANopen network is accelerated significantly. The CANopen Slave Basic version is meant for the development of small CANopen Slaves with basic functionality. The Master/Slave version can be used to develop sophisticated CANopen slave or master applications with all features defined in CiA 301 . The new LSS services are included in the scope of delivery of the stacks without additional costs and existing customers in the update period get this feature free of charge. To ensure that the products meet the current state of standardization the company is member of the CAN in Automation e.V.. As already in the passed years the founders and employees of emtas are active in various working groups of the CiA to participate in the development of the CANopen specifications, especially CiA 301, 302 and 305. For more information look at the web site: http://www.emtas.de/en/produkte/canopen-master-stack .

emtas GmbH is located in Merseburg, Germany and is a supplier of CANopen, EnergyBus and EtherCAT protocol software and tools. Additionally emtas offers integration support, development services as well as consulting and training for the topics CANopen, EnergyBus and EtherCAT.

Andreas Boebel
CEO
emtas GmbH
Fischweg 17
D-06217 Merseburg
Germany
Tel.:+49 (0)3461 / 79416-11
Fax.:+49 (0)3461 / 79416-10
service@emtas.de
http://www.emtas.de

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