Gigabit-speed industrial Ethernet protocol: A look inside
Look inside CC-Link IE (industrial Ethernet) Gigabit-level controller network with the table below.
Look inside CC-Link IE (industrial Ethernet) Gigabit-level controller network with the table below. Other resources follow the table.
|Basic communication function||Network common memory for cyclic real-time communication. And transient (non real-time) communication|
|Transmission speed/data link control||1Gbps/based on Ethernet standard|
|Network topology/reliability||Dual loop, fiber optic cable|
|Media||IEEE 802.3z multimode fiber optic cable (GI)|
|Connector||IEC 61754-20, LC connector|
|Media access control||Token passing|
|Size of network common memory||Up to 256K bytes|
|Number of stations per network||Up to 120 stations|
|Distance between 2 stations||Up to 550 meters cable length|
|Number of interconnected networks||Up to 239 networks (w/120 stations ea.)|
Source: Control Engineering with information from CC-Link
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