cc link partner association
As the leading industrial IoT/M2M Hardware and Solution Provider, Robustel has officially become a member of CC-LINK Association on July 31, 2018. The company will work together with CC-LINK Association to accelerate the fusion of wireless communication technology and Industrial Internet.
CLPA is one of the world’s leading open control networking organizations promoting CC-link, the market leader of factory-automation networking technology in Asia that is also gaining acceptance in North America and Europe.
CC-Link reduces wiring and automation system costs while enabling multiple field devices to communicate to each other and to automation controllers over a single cable. For many years, 3M has contributed to CLPA as a member company, making important contributions in the specification and promotion of the CC-Link products that help to increase production efficiency.
Robustel is the leading industrial IoT/M2M Hardware and Solution Provider. Since its establishment in 2010 in Guangzhou China, Robustel has been concentrating on providing Industrial GoRugged Cellular Routers, Gateways, Modems, Cloud Platform and E2E Solutions. To support global business in more than 100 countries, Robustel has set up branches in Germany, Australia, Japan, UK, US, the Netherlands and Hong Kong.
About CC-Link and CLPA
CC-Link is the dominant networking technology in Asia and is increasingly sought after in North America and Europe. CC-Link reduces wiring and automation system costs. It enables multiple field devices to communicate to each other and to automation controllers over a single cable. CC-Link technology is open, allowing any company to embed it into its products so that those products can be used in CC-Link based control systems. In terms of global standardization CC-Link has attained international standards including SEMI E54.12, ISO15745-5, IEC61158 and IEC61784. In addition, many national standards have also been attained including China, Korea and Taiwan. The CLPA is the organization of manufacturers formed in 2000 to oversee and develop the underlying CC-Link technology and to promote its integration into automation products. CLPA also promotes the worldwide adoption of CC-Link networking technology for automation.