Scheduled Maintenance We will be conducting scheduled maintenance on Sep 24th from 7:00 PM MST to Sep 25th 07:00 PM MST. During this time MyAerospace applications will be temporarily unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
×

Your browser is not supported.

For the best experience, please access this site using the latest version of the following browsers:

Close This Window

By closing this window you acknowledge that your experience on this website may be degraded.

What are the differences between the HGuide HG4930 SDLC and Non-SDLC?

What are the differences between the HGuide HG4930 SDLC and Non-SDLC?

Synchronous Data Link Control (SDLC) is a legacy high reliability format that sends out data when a clock is turn on. It is a "bit" oriented protocol that requires hardware beyond normal PC type devices. If you haven't used it previously, strongly recommend using our asynchronous format. The SDLC and Non-SDLC differences are described in detail in an application note on the HGuide Gitlab site. Contact HGuide.Sales@Honeywell.com for access.