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Important User Information
This document is intended to provide a good understanding of the concepts and requirements associated with network certification procedures, and how they relate to embedded Anybus products.
The reader of this document is expected to be familiar with Anybus networking technology, and industrial communication systems in general.
For more information, documentation etc., please visit the HMS website, ‘www.anybus.com’.
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Every care has been taken in the preparation of this document. Please inform HMS Industrial Networks AB of any
inaccuracies or omissions.
The information in this document is subject to change. HMS Industrial Networks will under no circumstances assume liability or responsibility for any changes that any organization or company make to the pricing or to the procedures of ceritfication.
The data and illustrations found in this document are not binding. We, HMS Industrial Networks AB, reserve the
right to modify our products in line with our policy of continuous product development. The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be considered as a commitment by HMS Industrial Networks AB. HMS Industrial Networks AB assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this document.
There are many applications of products from HMS Industrial Networks AB. Those responsible for the use of the
products must ensure that all the necessary steps have been taken to verify that the applications meet all performance and safety requirements including any applicable laws, regulations, codes, and standards.
HMS Industrial Networks AB will under no circumstances assume liability or responsibility for any problems that
may arise as a result from the use of undocumented features, timing, or functional side effects found outside the
documented scope of HMS product. The effects caused by any direct or indirect use of such aspects of the product
are undefined, and may include e.g. compatibility issues and stability issues.
The examples and illustrations in this document are included solely for illustrative purposes. Because of the many
variables and requirements associated with any particular implementation, HMS Industrial Networks AB cannot
assume responsibility for actual use based on these examples and illustrations.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Preface
About This Document
Related Documents.................................................................................................................................. 1
Document History ................................................................................................................................... 1
Conventions & Terminology .................................................................................................................. 2
Glossary........................................................................................................................................... 2
Support....................................................................................................................................................... 3
Chapter 1
General Information
HMS Conformance Test Policy ............................................................................................................. 4
General............................................................................................................................................ 4
Scope of HMS Certification Tests..................................................................................................... 4
Certified Product vs. Certified Network Interface.............................................................................. 5
Network Identity Settings ....................................................................................................................... 5
Membership and Network Logo............................................................................................................ 5
Chapter 2
Networks and Organizations
General Information ................................................................................................................................ 6
AS-Interface .............................................................................................................................................. 7
BACnet....................................................................................................................................................... 8
CANopen................................................................................................................................................... 9
CC-Link.................................................................................................................................................... 10
ControlNet .............................................................................................................................................. 11
DeviceNet................................................................................................................................................ 12
EtherNet/IP............................................................................................................................................ 13
EtherCAT ................................................................................................................................................ 14
LonWorks ................................................................................................................................................ 15
POWERLINK........................................................................................................................................ 16
PROFIBUS and PROFINET .............................................................................................................. 17
Sercos III ................................................................................................................................................. 18
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Preface
P. About This Document
For more information, documentation etc., please visit the HMS website, ‘www.anybus.com’.
P.1 Related Documents
Document
Anybus CompactCom Software Design Guide
Anybus CompactCom Hardware Design Guide
Anybus-S Slave & Master Parallel Interface Design Guide
Anybus-S Drive Profile Design Guide
Anybus CompactCom Drive Profile Design Appendix
Anybus CompactCom Implementation Tutorial
Anybus CompactCom Network Interface Appendices
Anybus-S Network Interface Appendices
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P.2 Document History
Summary of Recent Changes (3.01... 3.02)
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P.3 Conventions & Terminology
The following conventions are used throughout this manual:
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Numbered lists provide sequential steps
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Bulleted lists provide information, not procedural steps
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Hexadecimal values are written in the format NNNNh, where NNNN is the hexadecimal value.
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Binary values are written in the format NNNNb, where NNNN is the binary value.
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The expression ‘A»B’ means ‘a transition from A to B’.
P.3.1 Glossary
Word
Anybus
End product
Application
Host application, host
system
Interface
Network interface
Module
Network certification
Conformance tests
Explanation
Anybus networking technology.
Product in which the Anybus network interface is used.
Embedded Anybus network interface card from HMS.
Process in which the network communication is verified to comply with network standard
requirements.
P.4 Support
For general contact information and support, please refer to the contact and support pages at
www.anybus.com.
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Chapter 1
1. General Information
1.1 HMS Conformance Test Policy
1.1.1 General
Certification for network compliance is an important approval for industrial communication equipment,
ensuring quality and interoperability. The HMS range of embedded Anybus communication products
are used all over the world by leading manufacturers of industrial automation products. To ensure that
customers always can rely on HMS technology, our policy is to precertify our embedded products for
network compliance1. Certification tests are normally carried out by the network organization, in-house
through the aid of tools supplied by the network organization, or with help from certain reference customers.
Declarations of network compliance can be downloaded from the HMS web site (www.anybus.com). In
case a particular certificate is unavailable, this means that the certification is pending due to re-design or
for other reasons that may affect certification. In such case, contact HMS for further information.
1.1.2 Scope of HMS Certification Tests
All tests are based on a typical usage scenario, and ensures network compliance under the condition that
the interface is running using typical (default) operational settings.
It is important to recognize that the tests are made to verify proper operation of our network implementation and to ensure that end products utilizing it can be certified - not necessarily to enable customers
to avoid certification altogether.
The inherent flexibility of the Anybus concept allows the behavior of the interface to be altered in ways
which cannot possibly be catered for by the HMS certification tests. Operating the interface in ways
which deviate from typical (default) operational settings invalidates HMS certification tests, and consequently a full re-certification of the end product is required. In some cases this is inevitable, e.g. when
the network organisation requires that all vendors use unique network identity settings.
In case of questions, contact HMS and/or your nearest conformance test center.
1.
This applies to most industrial networks, with some exceptions. Please consult the support pages at www.anybus.com for further
information.
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1.2 Certified Product vs. Certified Network Interface
The Anybus concept may in certain cases allow the behavior of the network interface to be altered in
ways which are not in line with network conformance requirements. For example, certain members of
the Anybus CompactCom platform allow large parts of the network communication to be routed into
the firmware of the host application, in which case the actual software implementation in the host application determines whether or not the network interface can be certified. In such case, certification of
the end product must be made to ensure that the implementation hasn’t affected network compliance.
Generally, implementations of this kind require in-depth knowledge in the operating fundamentals of
the network in question. To find out whether or not a certain type of implementation can be certified,
contact HMS and/or your nearest conformance test centre.
Some network organisations may allow the combination of an uncertified product with a certified network interface. Although this may in some cases make it possible to sell the end product without having
to perform network certification tests, this approach is generally not endorsed by HMS.
In case of questions, contact HMS and/or your nearest conformance test centre.
1.3 Network Identity Settings
Deviations from typical operational settings require the use of custom network identity settings (i.e.
“Vendor ID”) and, when applicable, a custom configuration file (i.e. “GSD”- or “EDS”-file). Furthermore, some network organisations require the use of custom identity settings even if using the standard
operating settings. In either case, HMS recommends customization of network identity, since this significantly improves identification and troubleshooting procedures when setting up the network communication.
In case of questions, contact HMS and/or your nearest conformance test centre.
1.4 Membership and Network Logo
Generally, membership in the network organisation is a prerequisite in order to be able to certify the end
product. This also applies to the network name and logo, for which the use in some cases even requires
a complete certification of the end product.
As stated previously, most products, in the HMS range of embedded network interface products, are
precertified for network compliance. This can, in some cases, be used as a reference for the end product,
both as a statement of network conformance (when used with standard operational settings) and for the
use of network logos. It must however be clearly stated in the product documentation that this applies
to the network interface and not to the complete product.
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2. Networks and Organizations
2.1 General Information
Certifying a device for network compliance involves contacting the network organisation to obtain information about a recommended test facility. The device must then be shipped to this facility, which
then verifies that the device conforms to the network specification.
In some cases, the complexity and cost of such procedures are reduced due to the precertification of the
Anybus network interface, but this differs depending on the network type and what policies and regulations that apply to that particular facility.
See also...
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“AS-Interface” on page 7
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“BACnet” on page 8
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“CANopen” on page 9
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“CC-Link” on page 10
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“ControlNet” on page 11
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“DeviceNet” on page 12
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“EtherNet/IP” on page 13
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“EtherCAT” on page 14
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“LonWorks” on page 15
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“POWERLINK” on page 16
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“PROFIBUS and PROFINET” on page 17
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“Sercos III” on page 18
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2.2 AS-Interface
Products which claim AS-Interface compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified test facility.
HMS embedded products for AS-Interface are successfully tested for pre-compliance and found to
comply with AS-Interface specifications. Test reports etc. are available and registered at the AS-International Association.
The use of certified AS-Interface networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make the
end product certified. To be able to state AS-Interface compliance for the end product, the final implementation will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility.
The fees for certification tests depend on the lab’s costs.
They are fixed by the test lab in contact with the Management Committee of AS-International. You obtain the actual price from the test lab.
Price indication (2012-03-28):
Certification (Slave, Master, Electro-mechanics, Power supply)
Certificate after basic test
Extension of certificate, with/without test
Certificate after changes of the product with/without test
Updates of certificates
Assignment of certificate from member to member
Assignment of certificate from member to non-member
Membersa
250 €
100 €
100 €
50 €
100 €
on request
Non-members
2500 €
800 €
800 €
500 €
on request
a. For more information on how to become a member, please contact the AS-International Association.
Contact information:
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http://www.as-interface.net
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2.3 BACnet
Manufacturers of BACnet products can prove that their devices conform to the BACnet standard ISO
16484-5/ANSI ASHRAE 135 through conformance testing at a recognized and accredited testing center.
To be able to state BACnet compliance for the end product, the final implementation will need to pass
certification tests at a certified test facility.
Price indication (2012-03-28):
Test type
Initial and recertification fee (per certification process)
Certification fee for each product
Issuing of certificates
Annual certification fee per certificate
Annual fee per certified product
Fee (EUR)
300
50
60
120
24
In addition to these fees, the organization charges 105 € per hour for testing an this is mandatory. An
indication from the organization states that the testing procedure will take at least 7 days.
Contact information:
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http://www.bacnet.org
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http://www.big-eu.org
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2.4 CANopen
Products which claim CANopen compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified test facility.
HMS embedded products for CANopen are successfully tested for precompliance and found to comply
with CANopen specifications. Test reports etc. are available and registered at CAN in Automation
(CiA).
The use of certified CANopen networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make the
end product certified. To be able to state CANopen compliance for the end product, the final implementation will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility. Due to the vast customization possibilities found in Anybus concept, the use of such technology alone does in itself not
constitute a discount on the certification fee.
According to CANopen conformance policies, each CANopen node is required to have a unique CAN
ID, which can be ordered from CAN in Automation (CiA) via their official website.
Price indication (2012-03-28):
Service
Fee non-CiA members
Basic rate per device test session (certificate included)
500 €
Basic rate per family test session (three device test sessions and 1167 €
certificate included)
Rate per hour
80 €
Fee CiA membersa
300 €
700 €
a. For more information on how to become a member, please contact the CAN in Automation group.
Contact information:
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http://www.can-cia.org/
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2.5 CC-Link
Products which claim CC-Link compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified test facility. HMS
embedded products for CC-Link are successfully tested for precompliance and found to comply with
CC-Link specifications.
The use of certified CC-Link networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make the end
product certified. To be able to state CC-Link compliance for the end product, the final implementation
will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility.
Price indication (20012-03-28):
CC-Link Conformance Test Fees
Test type
Local Station
Local Station (using Q50BD-CCV2)
Intelligent Device Station
Remote Device Station (Version 2.0, using MFP3)
Remote Device Station (Version 1.1, using MFP3)
Remote I/O Station (using MFP2 or MFP2A)
Fee (EUR)
2800
2500
2500
2000
1800
1400
CC-Link IE Conformance Test Fees
Test type
SLMP compatible devices
CC-Link IE recommended wiring parts
Fee (EUR)
500
1000
Contact information:
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http://www.cclinkamerica.org/
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http://www.clpa-europe.com/
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2.6 ControlNet
Products which claim ControlNet compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified test facility.
HMS embedded products for ControlNet are successfully tested for precompliance and found to comply with ControlNet specifications. Test reports etc. are available and registered at ControlNet International.
The use of certified ControlNet networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make the
end product certified. To be able to state ControlNet compliance for the end product, the final implementation will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility. Due to the vast customization possibilities found in Anybus concept, the use of such technology alone does in itself not
constitute a discount of the certification fee. However, using certified Anybus technology usually means
that the test procedure is very easy and predictable.
According to ControlNet conformance policies, each ControlNet vendor is required to have a unique
Vendor ID, which can be ordered from the ControlNet Organisation via their official website.
Price indication:
Select the Service Selection Grid available on http://www.odva.org/ to get an indication of the price.
Contact information:
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http://www.odva.org/
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2.7 DeviceNet
Products which claim DeviceNet compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified test facility.
HMS embedded products for DeviceNet are successfully tested for precompliance and found to comply
with DeviceNet specifications. Test reports etc. are available and registered at the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association (ODVA).
The use of certified DeviceNet networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make the
end product certified. To be able to state DeviceNet compliance for the end product, the final implementation will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility. Due to the vast customization possibilities found in Anybus concept, the use of such technology alone does in itself not
constitute a discount of the certification fee. However, using certified Anybus technology usually means
that the test procedure is very easy and predictable.
According to DeviceNet conformance policies, each DeviceNet vendor is required to have a unique
Vendor ID, which can be ordered from ODVA via their official website.
Price indication:
Select the Service Selection Grid available on http://www.odva.org/ to get an indication of the price.
Contact information:
•
http://www.odva.org/
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2.8 EtherNet/IP
Products which claim EtherNet/IP compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified test facility.
HMS embedded products for EtherNet/IP are successfully tested for precompliance and found to comply with EtherNet/IP specifications. Test reports etc. are available and registered at the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association (ODVA).
The use of certified EtherNet/IP networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make the
end product certified. To be able to state EtherNet/IP compliance for the end product, the final implementation will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility. Due to the vast customization possibilities found in Anybus concept, the use of such technology alone does in itself not
constitute a discount of the certification fee.
According to EtherNet/IP conformance policies, each EtherNet/IP vendor is required to have a unique
Vendor ID, which can be ordered from ODVA via their official website.
Price indication:
Select the Service Selection Grid available on http://www.odva.org/ to get an indication of the price.
Contact information:
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http://www.odva.org/
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2.9 EtherCAT
Products which claim EtherCAT compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified test facility.
HMS embedded products for EtherCAT are successfully tested for precompliance and found to comply
with EtherCAT specifications. Test reports etc. are available and registered at EtherCAT Technology
Group.
The use of certified EtherCAT networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make the
end product certified. To be able to state EtherCAT compliance for the end product, the final implementation will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility.
Each EtherCAT compliant device has to implement the worldwide unique Vendor ID assigned by ETG.
The EtherCAT Vendor ID Usage is governed by the ETG Vendor ID Policy and the corresponding
Vendor ID agreement, which asks for conformance with the EtherCAT specifications.
For prices please contact the EtherCAT Test Center in Nuremberg directly.
EtherCAT Test Center (ETC), Nuremberg
c/o Beckhoff Automation GmbH
Ostendstr 196
90482 Nuremberg, Germany
Phone:
+49 911 - 54056 18
Fax:
+49 911 - 54056 29
E-mail:
[email protected]
Web:
www.beckhoff.com
EtherCAT Test Center (ETC), Kyoto
EtherCAT Test Center
ASTEM RI
134 ChudojiMinami-machi, Shimogyo,
Kyoto 600-8813, Japan
Phone:
+81 (75) 366 0143
Fax:
+81 (75) 315 2899
E-mail:
[email protected]
Web:
www.testlab.astem.or.jp
Contact information:
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http://www.ethercat.org
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2.10 LonWorks
For technical reasons, HMS embedded products for LonWorks are not precertified for network compliance. To be able to pass certification tests, the product must implement one of the profiles defined in
the LonWorks specification. Due to the nature of the Anybus concept, the actual profile is defined by
the application, which means that the network interface can only be tested for network compliance in
its final implementation. HMS has however made extensive analysis and verification of the Anybus LonWorks implementation to ensure compliance with the LonWorks specification.
Price indication (2012-03-28):
Product
Annual Tool License
New Certification
Upgrades (devices replacing older devices)
Administrative Changes
Fee (USD)
2000
200
100
100
Contact information:
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http://www.lonmark.org/
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2.11 POWERLINK
Products which claim POWERLINK compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified test facility.
The use of certified POWERLINK networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make
the end product certified. To be able to state POWERLINK compliance for the end product, the final
implementation will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility.
The Institute of Embedded Systems at Zurich University of Applied Science is the sole provider of
POWERLINK certification services.
Institute of Embedded Systems
Technikumstr. 9
P.O.Box
CH-8401 Winterthur
Tel:
+41 58 934 75 25
Fax:
+41 58 935 75 25
E-mail:
[email protected]
Price indication (2012-03-28):
Fees of €2000 per product / product group1 are payable in advance. The EPSG will bear the cost of this
fee for its members for the first product / product group. The fee includes a maximum of two days of
testing through the certification site. Further additional expenditure (e.g. caused by faulty appliances or
devices) will be charged at a fee of €800 per day.
Contact information:
1.
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http://www.ethernet-powerlink.org
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http://www.ines.zhaw.ch/en/
Product groups are to be understood as devices in the same device family (for example Servo drives, I/O assembly groups, rotary
encoders etc.) that use a common POWERLINK platform (hard- and software).
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2.12 PROFIBUS and PROFINET
Products which claim PROFIBUS/PROFINET compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified
test facility. HMS embedded products for PROFIBUS/PROFINET are successfully tested for precompliance and found to comply with PROFIBUS/PROFINET specifications. Test reports etc. are available and registered at the PROFIBUS Organisation (PNO).
The use of certified PROFIBUS/PROFINET networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make the end product certified. To be able to state PROFIBUS/PROFINET compliance for the
end product, the final implementation will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility. The use of certified Anybus technology limits the scope of these tests and thus may make the end
product eligible for a discount of the certification fee.
Price indication (2012-06-18):
Type
Slave (Anybus-S)
Slave (Anybus-IC, Anybus CompactCom)
Master
Price (EUR)
2500
2500
4900
Price using Anybus (EUR)
Approx. 1600
Approx. 4350
For more information please consult the Test Contract document at the ComDeC pages on
http://www.siemens.com/
Please ask for discount when certifying an Anybus module at ComDeC.
Contact information:
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http://www.profibus.com
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2.13 Sercos III
Products which claim Sercos III compliance must pass conformance tests at a certified test facility. HMS
embedded products for Sercos III are successfully tested for precompliance and found to comply with
Sercos III specifications.
The use of certified Sercos III networking technology (e.g. Anybus) does not automatically make the end
product certified. To be able to state Sercos III compliance for the end product, the final implementation will need to pass further certification tests at a certified test facility.
Price indication (2012-03-28):
Fees (Slave Devices)
Non-Member Price
Basic Charge
Handling Fee for Missing IDNs
Additional Test/Support
3000 Euro
1000 Euro
1000 Euro/day
Member Pricea
2500 Euro
1000 Euro
700 Euro/day
a. For more information on how to become a member, please contact Sercos International, Sercos
North America, Sercos Japan or Sercos China.
Contact information:
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http://www.sercos.com
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