Ethernet PowerLink is an open protocol that enables real-time communication using standard Ethernet. It was first introduced by Austrian automation company B&R in 2001. This article will discuss the benefits of powerlinks and how they can help your business. Also, learn more about the SRAM CompactCom 40-series and the Anybus NP40 network processor. These devices are ideal for industrial and commercial applications. But what exactly are they and how do they work?
SRAM PowerLinks are an easy-to-use and durable linkage system that lets you attach your 10-speed chain easily. The power-lock system is designed by SRAM’s chain engineers and requires no tools to connect the chain to the frame. It also prevents the chain from coming loose during the cycling process. The SRAM PowerLinks chain link is also compatible with Shimano’s 10-speed drivetrain. These links are a great alternative to traditional clinchers.
Chain joining links are a common problem on mountain bikes. SRAM PowerLinks solve this problem by providing an easy way to change chain length without tools. They are perfect for road or trailside repairs. They can be reused for as long as the chain is in good condition. However, you must be careful not to reuse the same link with a different chain. The 10s PowerLOCK has the same life expectancy as a chain.
SRAM’s chain engineers have created a tool-free way to connect 10-speed chains. The PowerLock is an incredibly secure way to connect a chain. The SRAM chain engineers have created the PowerLock to ensure a perfectly-fitting 10-speed chain. But what exactly is it? How do you install it? Read on to find out! To learn more about this new product, keep reading. Here are a few advantages of the PowerLock:
The PowerLock is the missing link between SRAM 12-Speed Chains and the Eagle. This link prevents chain mishaps by allowing you to shorten Eagle chains without using a special tool. The link also provides a visual scale for determining fit. If you’re using a screen reader, refer to the heading above. If you’re looking for a new chain, PowerLocks can be a great choice.
SRAM CompactCom 40-series
The CompactCom 40-series powerlinks feature interchangeability between the 30 and 40-series models. These devices provide reliable, fast and flexible connectivity to industrial Ethernet and fieldbus networks. They can be used in a variety of applications requiring flexible network connectivity. They are available in chip, brick and module forms. Each product offers a range of benefits that suit a variety of needs. The CompactCom Chip and Brick feature plug-in modularity for maximum flexibility, and allow developers to integrate software directly into the PCB design.
CompactCom also supports industrial Ethernet, PROFIBUS, EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet. Moreover, the compact size and low power consumption make them ideal for applications with limited space and/or a need to add their own network connectors. CompactCom 40-series products can be used with any industrial network. The compactcoms can be used as slave devices on CC-Link IE Field networks and can support up to 1536 byte of process data per direction. They are also compatible with most slave devices, thanks to their generic device profiles.
SRAM Anybus NP40 network processor
The SRAM Anybus NP40 network processor enables optimized infrastructure solutions by eliminating the need for external FPGAs or ASICs for communication. The processor is low-power and optimized for industrial slave/adapter solutions, while providing the highest level of performance. It also supports multiple protocols including PROFINET IRT, Powerlink, EtherCAT, and Sercos III. Its programmable logic solution is one of the industry’s most reliable.
The NP40 supports all major Industrial Ethernet and Fieldbus networks. It can also support multiple networks with the download of firmware. The NP40’s advanced technology simplifies device manufacturing, making it more efficient for device manufacturers to meet their needs. Its zero-delay synchronization capability enables high-performance applications while ensuring very low latency. SRAM has built the NP40 with these features in mind, making it the perfect solution for powerlinks.