CiA releases CANopen Product Guide

July 1, 2010
CAN in Automation (CiA), Nuremberg, Germany, has just published the CANopen Product Guide 2010 on its website (www.can-cia.org) and on CD-ROM. A total

CAN in Automation (CiA), Nuremberg, Germany, has just published the CANopen Product Guide 2010 on its website (www.can-cia.org) and on CD-ROM. A total of 287 CANopen-specific entries are listed and provide a comprehensive overview of CANopen products. Devices are listed by application-specific employability and by functionality — controller and display, sensor and actuator, and gateway, for example. Product entries, which also include CANopen software, literature, and services, can be looked up by product or manufacturer name. They are also listed by conformance to CiA device and application profiles. The CD-ROM is available free of charge from [email protected].

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