SOES commercial license

SOES EtherCAT Slave Library, written in C, is used to write custom EtherCAT Slave applications.

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Description

SOES EtherCAT Slave Library, written in C, is used to write custom EtherCAT Slave applications.

SOES can run on a large number of platforms, the main requirement is that the platform include or can interface an EtherCAT Slave Controller(ESC).

It is easy to use and provides a small footprint. It is a good alternative to more complex stacks on the market and is especially well suited for embedded systems.

 

Features:

  • Memory allocated statically,
  • Low footprint
  • Easy to port driver and application layer via ESC read/write layer.
  • Hardware support
    • ET1100, ET1200
    • LAN9252
    • IP 181x
    • TI soft ESC
    • XMC4
  • Mailbox Box protocols:
    • CoE
    • FoE
    • EoE
  • Synchronization
    • Freerun
    • Syncmanager synchronous
    • Distributed Clocks
  • Modes of operation
    • Polling – will poll for events and data
    • Mixed polling/interrupt – will poll for events and trigger in data interrupts
    • Interrupt – will trigger on events and data interrupts

 

Link to documentation: https://rt-labs.com/docs/soem/index.html

Link to download: https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/soes

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