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Common Sercos Master API

Software library for Sercos Industrial Ethernet master implementations

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The Common Sercos III Master is a middle-ware library for the real-time field-bus Sercos III. Together with the Sercos master IP core for FPGAs (see www.sercos.org for details) or the Sercos Softmaster core (see www.sourceforge.net/projects/sercos-softmaster-core/), it allows to build a Sercos III master interface.

CoSeMa is prgrammed in C and does not contain any elements that are specific to a particular operating system.

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  • Hardware and operating system independent
  • Supports nearly all Sercos features
  • Stable and proven in applications for many years


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