Testing of CANopen devices via USB and Ethernet
CAN in Automation (CiA) provides a CANopen Conformance Test Tool (CTT), which checks the device conformity to the CANopen specification CiA DS301. The tool may be used by members and non-members of the user group. The CiA itself uses the tool to make interoperability tests and for certification of CANopen devices.
The tool in actual version 3.0 is running on a windows pc und needs a CAN hardware adapter and a COTI.dll (CANopen Testing Interface). The COTI library for AnaGate CAN adapters are included in the scope of delivery of the CTT. The newest version of the library can additionally downloaded from the support pages of Analytica for free.
All AnaGate CAN bus adapters of Analytica can be used together with the CTT of the CiA. Here should be emphasized that the interconnection to the CANopen device can be done over ethernet by using one of the AnaGate models providing an ethernet interface
Individual hardware and software development in technical fields of application
The company Analytica GmbH based in Karlsruhe is an innovative and independent system house. Since it was established in 1996, the main lines of its activity are IT-consulting, supply of complete solutions in the field of communication, motion control and complex automation.
Focus is been put on development and assembly of microprocessor-controlled electronic hardware and associated software solutions.
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