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PORT´s CC-Link IE TSN Stack products can be obtained in different versions. Whether master or remote station (software stack) - large quantities or small quantities - PORT offers the right solution for every user of CC-Link IE TSN technology.

Developable Stations / Certification Classes

Development Method

squareThe application decides what you need - PORT offers the right CC-Link IE TSN Master solution for your need - Semiconductor independently.
  • SDK uses GOAL, port’s Industry 4.0 platform.0 platform.
  • Platform is easily portable to customer’s hardware and operating system.
  • Master Station sample platform is the NXP LS1028ARDB.
  • Port’s Design Tool allows easy creation of application data objects (Link Devices or CANopen objects), Stack configurations and Device Description files.

Features and benefits of development methods

  • Allows implementation of Management Master station and Control Master station.
    • • Management Master Station: Controls other slaves and manages the network (only one station per network).
    • • Control Master Station: controls other slaves and masters (one or multiple CM stations per network).
  • Supports time synchronization via IEEE 802.1AS and IEEE 1588v2 (both E2E and P2P delay mechanisms are supported).1AS and IEEE 1588v2 (both E2E and P2P delay mechanisms are supported).
  • Supports both hardware and software implementation of TDMA-scheduling (IEEE 802.1Qbv).
    (Software implementation is less deterministic but allows support of standard MAC controllers
  • Supports control communication (cyclic communication) with Slave stations and other Master stations.
  • Supports Transient Transmissions (acyclic communication) with other stations.
    • • Reserved transient Transmission: acyclic communication within timeslot for cyclic communication.
    • • Non-reserved Transient Transmission: acyclic communication within timeslot for standard Ethernet traffic.
  • Supports SLMP (Seamless Message Protocol) for acyclic data transfer.
  • Support of multiple cycle times.The Master can perform control communication with multiple slaves with different cycle times. All cycle times must be a multiple of the smallest cycle time.
  • Cyclic Start/Stop: stop and restart cyclic transmission with other stations.
  • Certification Class B is possible.

Developable Stations / Certification Classes

Development Method

squareThe application decides what you need - PORT offers the right CC-Link IE TSN Remote solution for your need - Semiconductor independently.
  • SDK uses GOAL, port’s Industry 4.0 platform.
  • Platform is easily portable to customer’s hardware and operating system.
  • Remote Station sample platform is the STMicroelectronics NUCLEO-F429ZI.
  • Port’s Design Tool allows easy creation of Application data objects (Link Devices or CANopen objects), Stack configurations and Device Description files.

Features and benefits of development methods

  • Allows implementation of Remote Slave Station.
  • Supports time synchronization via IEEE 802.1AS and IEEE 1588v2 (both E2E and P2P delay mechanisms are supported).
  • Supports both hardware and software implementation of TDMA-scheduling (IEEE 802.1Qbv).
    (software implementation is less deterministic but allows support of standard MAC controllers)
  • Supports control communication (cyclic communication) with Master stations.
  • Supports Transient Transmissions (acyclic communication) with other stations.
    • • Reserved transient Transmission: acyclic communication within timeslot for cyclic communication.
    • • Non-reserved Transient Transmission: acyclic communication within timeslot for standard Ethernet traffic.
  • Supports SLMP (Seamless Message Protocol) for acyclic data transfer.
    *Please refer to the diagram on the left.

Contact Information

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