Trio PCMOTION ActiveX Ethernet Reponse time

AN-375 Trio PCMOTION ActiveX Ethernet Response time

When planning a network and the communication links between devices, the available response time is often needed to allow the system designer to work out how much data can be transferred. System critical data may need to be written or read in a known time, either in a cyclic or non-cyclic way.

This document lists the results of some timing tests on MC4/5/6 range Motion Coordinators with Ethernet ports supporting the Trio PC Motion ActiveX over using Ethernet as communications link.
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