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CC-Link TLB4 and TLM8: compliance test completed.

19
January
2022

CC-Link TLB4 and TLM8: compliance test completed.

CC-Link TLB4 and TLM8: compliance test completed.

The CC-Link protocol of the TLB4 and TLM8 multichannel transmitters has been certified by the CLPA consortium.
This ensures that the two products, which are tested for compliance, meet the reference standards.

What guarantees does a certified product provide?

The products are tested in a network along with other components, ensuring:

   ▪ easy configuration of systems in which instruments of different models or manufacturers are combined;

   ▪ no communication conflicts with other instruments in the network;

   ▪ a precise presentation structure of the data on the network, making the developer's work easier.

 

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What is CC-Link?

CC-Link is a high-tech communication protocol, developed by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
Its ease of use and wide range of compatible products have made it a standard not only in Asia, but also in the rest of the world.

What is CLPA?

It is an organization founded in 2000, that groups together both manufacturers and users of instruments with CC-Link technology.
It supervises and manages the specifications of the protocol, promoting its circulation worldwide for network communications in the industrial automation sector.

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