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DNP3 Protocol Linux Development SDK
DNP3 Protocol Linux SDK Supports Embedded Linux (ARM, Coldfire, Power PC), Ubuntu Linux(X86, X86-64), Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat and POSIX Complaint OS
The source code will allow you to quickly compile your own examples with the features of your existing development environment to work with our DNP3 library.
DNP3 Linux SDK contains Shared Library(.a) (precompiled library), Static link lib, Demo Server & Client programs, CodeBlock Demo console project files, Doxygen .
DNP3 Demo Linux Shared Library includes simple (Outstation Server & Client C programs )example using a Command window and command line inputs.
Get a free DNP3 Development Bundle
- This evaluation package allows you to: Access product manual(API documentation)(pdf, Doxygen html)
- Browse the DNP3 (IEEE 1815) library API documentation
- Study the source code of the DNP3 (IEEE 1815) examples provided
- Modify and compile the DNP3 (IEEE 1815) examples
- Create your own DNP3 (IEEE 1815) programs and test with leading test tools
- You can use the source code of the application examples and modify them according to your needs.
- Minimum system requirements: Ubuntu, Feroda, Debian...(All Posix Compliant Operating Systems) gcc - Any IDE supports C & C++ Programming
- Fully compliant with ANSI C
- 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
- For Linux Platform, Protocol Stack written using only POSIX-compliant system calls and libraries.
- Context-based event-driven model
- Supports Serial, TCP IP Communication
- Level 3 Compliance
- Complete File transfer implementation and Directory commands
- Supports unsolicited response, Octect String, Virtual Terminal Output
- Supports "Select-Before-Operate" and "Direct-Execute" command execution modes
- Multiple Server and Client Simulation
- Written in ANSI-Standard C Source Code, under a strict corporate coding standard, and supports C++
- Clock time synchronization
- Binary Input, Double-bit Binary Input, Binary Output, Counter Input, Analog Input, Analog output, Octect String, virtual terminal String.
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