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The members of the special interest group lift met for the 10th time to test their CANopen-Lift products’ interoperation on the 14th April, 2015. The great interest in this event and the short-term registration of some attendees led to quite cramped conditions in the present premises. Five control system manufacturers, two frequency converter manufacturers, three suppliers of display systems, one indicator board manufacturer, one emergency systems manufacturer and one manufacturer of door control systems participated the event. The list of attendees has shown that the CANopen-Lift standard meets international acceptance all the same. Among those present developers were representatives from Germany, France, Sweden, Spain and also China and the USA for the first time.
The lift component manufacturers tested their CANopen-Lift products’ interoperation on the 3rd of December, 2013. Nine companies from Denmark, Germany, France, Sweden and Spain travelled to Nuremberg for the 7th PlugFest. Host was the CiA.


Due to the high number of participants, especially the control system manufacturers present had to deal with an extensive workload. Everyone wanted to test their device with the systems. Particularly the participants with new devices was given the opportunity to intensively test their devices involving the control systems. More, remaining uncertainty was discussed with the other developers. This time no tests with extremely long bus lines and high bus loads were carried out. The main focus was the test of new devices.
Not only the usual tests concerning the interoperation took place, but also the assembly’s functions at the physical borders of the specification. For one thing, the functions have been tested with a maximum bus length and for another, with a maximum bus load. Every participant’s component passed the test successfully.  


Once more the CiA in Nuremberg was host of the event. The next PlugFest is going to take place in '''[[CANopen Lift PlugFest - 2014-04|September 2014]]'''. If requested, additional PlugFests can be take place previously.
The next PlugFest is scheduled for '''[[CANopen Lift PlugFest - 2014-04|April 2014]]'''. If needed further PlugFests can be scheduled earlier.


<gallery perrow="3" caption="Impressions from 7th CANopen-Lift PlugFest">
<gallery perrow="3" caption="Impressions from 7th CANopen-Lift PlugFest">

Latest revision as of 10:26, 7 October 2016

PlugFest 2013-12

The lift component manufacturers tested their CANopen-Lift products’ interoperation on the 3rd of December, 2013. Nine companies from Denmark, Germany, France, Sweden and Spain travelled to Nuremberg for the 7th PlugFest. Host was the CiA.

Not only the usual tests concerning the interoperation took place, but also the assembly’s functions at the physical borders of the specification. For one thing, the functions have been tested with a maximum bus length and for another, with a maximum bus load. Every participant’s component passed the test successfully.

The next PlugFest is scheduled for April 2014. If needed further PlugFests can be scheduled earlier.