IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission - IEC 61158-6-2:2014

Industrial communication networks - Fieldbus specifications - Part 6-2: Application layer protocol specification - Type 2 elements

revised
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Organization: IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission
Publication Date: 19 August 2014
Status: revised
Page Count: 554
ICS Code (Industrial process measurement and control): 25.040.40
ICS Code (Application layer): 35.100.70
ICS Code (Networking): 35.110
abstract:

IEC 61158-6-2:2014 defines the protocol provided to define the wire-representation of the service primitives defined in IEC 61158-5-2, and define the externally visible behavior associated with... View More

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June 20, 2019
Industrial communication networks - Fieldbus specifications - Part 6-2: Application layer protocol specification - Type 2 elements
IEC 61158-6-2:2019 provides common elements for basic time-critical and non-time-critical messaging communications between application programs in an automation environment and material specific to...
IEC 61158-6-2:2014
August 19, 2014
Industrial communication networks - Fieldbus specifications - Part 6-2: Application layer protocol specification - Type 2 elements
IEC 61158-6-2:2014 defines the protocol provided to define the wire-representation of the service primitives defined in IEC 61158-5-2, and define the externally visible behavior associated with their...
August 6, 2010
Industrial communication networks - Fieldbus specifications - Part 6-2: Application layer protocol specification - Type 2 elements
IEC 61158-6-2:2010 provides common elements for basic time-critical and non-time-critical messaging communications between application programs in an automation environment and material specific to...
December 14, 2007
Industrial communication networks - Fieldbus specifications - Part 6-2: Application layer protocol specification - Type 2 elements
It provides user programs with a means to access the fieldbus communication environment. In this respect, the FAL can be viewed as a "window between corresponding application programs." This standard...
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