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IEC60870-5-101 Source Code Library Stack
IEC 101 Source Code Library supports Windows, Embedded Linux (ARM, Coldfire, Power PC), Ubuntu Linux(X86, X86-64), Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat, PowerPC, QNX and more. Low memory footprint, easy start on any hardware platform, can operate with or without an operating system, delivered as a source code, high configuration allows to use required features only, royalty-free licensing.
C, C++, C#, Borland c++ builder,
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In the Development Bundle, included IEC 101 Server & Client Simulator, Windows & Linux SDK.
- Written in ANSI-Standard C Source Code, under a strict corporate coding standard, and supports C++, C#
- The complete implementation of IEC 101 protocol stack including File Transfer-Monitor, Balanced and Unbalanced mode, Directory Commands, Supports all type of Monitoring, command, parameter ASDUs.
- Transparent licensing scheme - No hidden costs, No deferred payments.
- High performance, robust and scalable architecture
- Provides a simple method for systems Integrators and OEMs to utilize standard tools to implement their systems
- Our stacks are fully compliant with "POSIX" and tested in ubuntu, feroda, Debian, QNX, Linux Embedded OS and Various Cross compiler tool chains.
- Our all protocol stack supports "POSIX compliant operating system"
- Context-based event-driven model
- Multiple Server and Client Simulation
- In a Single Server(link) simulate Multiple Stations (Common Address)
- Supports Background Scan, Cyclic Data Transmission, Double Transmission, Redundancy and File transfer.
- Balanced Mode and Unbalanced Mode Support
- Supports "Select-Before-Operate" and "Direct-Execute" command execution modes
- Can be used with or without a Real Time Operating System (RTOS).
- fast and cost-efficient implementation
- APIs are designed to be very easy to use and flexible
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