NetLinx Selection Guide

NetLinx Selection Guide
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NetLinx
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Table of Contents
Section 1
Choosing a Network
Selecting the Network That is Right For You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
About the NetLinx Networks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
About the DeviceNet Network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
About the ControlNet Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
About the EtherNet/IP Network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
About Network Topology and Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
DeviceNet Capacity and Topology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
ControlNet Capacity and Topology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
EtherNet/IP Capacity and Topology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-14
About Our Encompass Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-17
Troubleshoot Your NetLinx Networks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-17
Add Value to Your NetLinx Networks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-17
Section 2
Selecting DeviceNet Products
Selecting a Controller Platform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Selecting I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Selecting Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Selecting PC Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
Selecting Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Round Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Flat Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-16
Selecting an Operator Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-21
Selecting Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-23
Selecting a Power Management Solution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-26
Selecting a Motor Starter/Protector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-27
Selecting a Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-30
Selecting Motion Control Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-32
Selecting an XM Machinery Protection and Condition Monitoring
Solution. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-33
Selecting a Linking Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-36
Section 3
Selecting ControlNet Products
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Selecting a Controller Platform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Selecting I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Selecting Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Selecting PC Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Selecting Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Selecting Repeater Modules and Adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Selecting an Operator Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Selecting a Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
Selecting a Linking Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
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Section 4
Selecting EtherNet/IP Products
Index
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Selecting a Controller Platform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Selecting I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Selecting Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Selecting Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Selecting an Operator Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Selecting a Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Selecting a DeviceNet-to-EtherNet/IP Gateway Module . . . . . . . . 4-12
Selecting a Web Server Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
Selecting a Modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Selecting a Linking Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
Section
Select:
• networks
• products
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Choosing a Network
The NetLinx Open Network Architecture is the Rockwell Automation
solution that uses open networking technology for seamless, shop-floor to
top-floor integration. The three networks that make up the NetLinx
architecture-- DeviceNet, ControlNet, and EtherNet/IP-- share the same
protocol, resulting in a common set of communication services. This protocol,
known as the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP), enables you to control,
configure, and collect data over any of the NetLinx networks. The NetLinx
architecture seamlessly integrates all the components in an automation system,
from the simplest device to the Internet, helping you to improve flexibility,
reduce installation costs, and increase productivity.
Selecting the Network That
is Right For You
Your choice of network or networks for your application depends on many
factors. Use the 5-step process in this section to choose your network:
1. What will you do on the network? See Table 1.1 and refer to About the
NetLinx Networks on page 1-17 to determine how your network
requirements correspond to our offerings.
IMPORTANT
In many applications, the best choice may be a combination
of networks. The DeviceNet, ControlNet and EtherNet/IP
networks share the same CIP protocol and can be easily
used together. Each network is optimized for different
performance, topologies, and functions to support
different applications.
Table 1.1 Network Selection Requirements
Network requirements
DeviceNet
ControlNet
EtherNet/IP
control I/O
good (if low-density)
best
better
configure devices
best
best
best
collect data (in computers)
good
better
best
controller-to-controller (peer-to-peer) messaging
no
best
best
controller-to-controller (peer-to-peer) interlocking
no
best
better
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2. Choose the devices you will connect to the network:
• determine if they connect directly or if you will need an I/O or
communication interface
• use the remainder of this document to choose Rockwell Automation
devices
For information about
see section
DeviceNet products
2
ControlNet products
3
EtherNet/IP products
4
• for information on third-party devices, visit the following websites:
For information on this network
visit
DeviceNet
www.odva.org
ControlNet
www.controlnet.org
EtherNet/IP
www.odva.org
3. Determine whether the network capacity and topology support your
network.
For information about capacity and
topology on this network
refer to
on page
DeviceNet
DeviceNet Capacity and Topology
1-6
ControlNet
ControlNet Capacity and Topology
1-9
EtherNet/IP
EtherNet/IP Capacity and Topology
1-14
4. Ensure that the system performance will be acceptable. Performance
estimates are not provided in this Selection Guide. Consult with your
Rockwell Automation representative for help in estimating
performance.
To estimate performance
on this network
use
DeviceNet
the DeviceNet Performance Technical Note on the Rockwell Automation Technical
Support Knowledgebase. To use the Knowledgebase to find the Technical Note, do
the following:
1. Go to support.rockwellautomation.com.
2. In the left pane, click on Knowledgebase.
3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Tech Note ID radio button.
4. Enter this Tech Note ID number: Q21284.
5. Click Find.
ControlNet
RSLogix 5000 and RSNetWorx for ControlNet built-in estimation tools
EtherNet/IP
the EtherNet/IP Performance and Application Guide, publication ENET-AP001
5. Consult with your Rockwell Automation representative to discuss your
network choices. Your representative can often save you time and
money, while reducing the chance of having problems later.
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About the NetLinx
Networks
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About the DeviceNet Network
The DeviceNet network, based on the proven Controller Area Network
(CAN) technology, offers low installation cost, fast installation time, and
increased access to data (i.e., diagnostics) to reduce or eliminate costly
downtime.
DeviceNet is a cost-effective solution for low-level industrial device
networking and an effective way to provide access to the intelligence present in
those devices. A DeviceNet network allows you to connect devices directly to
plant-floor controllers without hard-wiring each device into an I/O module.
This direct connectivity reduces costly installation and time-consuming wiring.
The DeviceNet network is most often used in these types of configurations:
• applications in which nodes with a few points are spread out
• in a network of drives
• when you want to connect many devices directly to the DeviceNet
network (many devices have built-in DeviceNet interfaces)
• when you require advanced diagnostic information
Rockwell Automation offers a complete line of DeviceNet products. Whatever
you need-- controllers, I/O, sensors, operator interfaces, media, motor control,
drives, motion control, or software-- we can supply it for your new DeviceNet
application or an existing network.
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About the ControlNet Network
ControlNet is a real-time control network that provides high-speed transport
of both time-critical I/O and interlocking data and messaging data, including
upload/download of programming and configuration data on a single physical
media link. The ControlNet network’s highly efficient data transfer capability
significantly enhances I/O performance and peer-to-peer communication in
any system or application where it is used.
ControlNet is highly deterministic and repeatable, and remains unaffected as
devices are connected or disconnected from the network. This ensures
dependable, synchronized, and coordinated real-time performance.
The ControlNet network is most often used in these types of configurations:
• as the default network for the ControlLogix platform
• as a substitute/replacement for the Remote I/O (RIO) network,
because ControlNet handles large numbers of I/O points well
• as a backbone to multiple distributed DeviceNet networks
• as a peer interlocking network
Rockwell Automation offers a full array of ControlNet products, including
controllers, I/O, operator interfaces, media, drives, motion control, and
software. We have the products and know-how you need to set up a new
ControlNet system, and the products and innovations you need to maintain
and grow your existing applications.
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About the EtherNet/IP Network
The EtherNet/IP network offers a full suite of control, configuration, and
data collection services by layering the Common Industrial Protocol over the
standard protocols used by the Internet (TCP/IP and UDP). EtherNet/IP
uses TCP/IP for general messaging/information exchange services and
UDP/IP for I/O messaging services for control applications. This
combination of well-accepted standards provides the functionality required to
support both information data exchange as well as control applications.
Another key feature of EtherNet/IP is that it uses commercial, off-the-shelf
Ethernet components and physical media. This provides a cost-effective plant
floor solution using a familiar and well-understood infrastructure.
The EtherNet/IP network is most often used in these types of configurations:
•
•
•
•
•
as an economical solution for connecting many computers
as the best choice when you want to connect many devices
as the standard network for connectivity to enterprise systems
as the least expensive HMI option when used with PanelView Plus
in a star topology when nodes are grouped closely together
Rockwell Automation offers a full array of EtherNet/IP products, including
controllers, I/O, operator interfaces, drives, and software. We have the
products and know-how you need to set up a new EtherNet/IP system, and
the products and innovations you need to maintain and grow your existing
applications.
About Network Topology
and Capacity
You will need to ensure your choice of network has enough capacity and
supports a topology that is right for your application.
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DeviceNet Capacity and Topology
When planning a DeviceNet network, you should consider the following:
•
•
•
•
topology
number of nodes
distances
scanner memory
Topology
DeviceNet supports trunkline/dropline topology, as shown in Figure 1.1. You
can daisy-chain or branch nodes along droplines up to a maximum of 20 ft
(6m) from the trunk.
Refer to publication DNET-UM072, DeviceNet Media
Design and Installation Guide, for more information on
topologies you can create.
TIP
Figure 1.1 Example DeviceNet System Topology
trunkline
node
node
node
dropline
node
node
node
node
branch
node
node
node
node
Number of Nodes
Each DeviceNet network supports up to 64 nodes. The master scanner uses
one node number, and node 63 is reserved as a default node number, leaving
62 nodes available for devices. Most Allen-Bradley controllers support
multiple DeviceNet networks, giving you the flexibility to add more nodes if
needed.
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Distances
For the DeviceNet network, you’ll need to consider the distance of the:
• trunkline
• dropline
• total distance of all the droplines in the network
The data rate and type of trunkline cable you choose also affects maximum
achievable network distances. You can learn more about trunkline cable
choices in Section 2 of this publication.
If you are concerned about system performance at a lower data rate, contact
your Rockwell Automation representative to discuss options.
Use the following chart to determine maximum distances.
Table 1.2 Maximum Trunk Line Distance
Data rate
maximum distance
(flat cable)
maximum distance
(thick cable)
maximum distance
(thin cable)
cumulative drop line
length
125k bit/s
420m (1378 ft)
500m (1640 ft)
100m (328 ft)
156 m (512 ft)
250k bit/s
200m (656 ft)
250m (820 ft)
100m (328 ft)
78m (256 ft)
500k bit/s
75m (246 ft)
100m (328 ft)
100m (328 ft)
39m (128 ft)
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Scanner Memory
Depending on the devices connected to the DeviceNet network, the total I/O
data sizes could exceed the capability of a single scanner module. See Table 1.3
for the allowable input and output data sizes for each DeviceNet scanner
module. Adding together the data table input size and the discrete input size
gives you the total input size for a scanner. Adding together the data table
output size and the discrete output size gives you the total output size for a
scanner. If the total I/O input size of the devices on the network exceeds the
total input size or the total I/O output size exceeds the total output size, you
will need an additional scanner for the control platform.
Table 1.3 Available DeviceNet Scanner Memory
Scanner/communication module
data table input size1
data table output size1
ControlLogix/1756-DNB
124 long words
123 long words
SLC-500/1747-SDN
150 words
150 words
FlexLogix/1788-DNBO
124 long words
123 long words
SoftLogix5/1784-PCIDS
1024 words
1024 words
SoftLogix5800/1784-PCIDS
124 long words
123 long words
CompactLogix/1769-SDN
90 long words
90 long words
MicroLogix 1500/1769-SDN
180 words
180 words
PLC-5/1771-SDN
356 words
356 words
1734-ADNX
251 words
124 words
1738-ADNX
251
124
discrete input2
discrete output2
31 words
31 words
1/2-slot: 24 bits
1-slot: 8 bits
2-slot: 0 bits
1/2-slot: 24 bits
1-slot: 8 bits
2-slot: 0 bits
Linking devices
Note: on the DeviceNet network, linking devices function as scanners. Refer to Selecting an XM Machinery Protection and Condition Monitoring Solution
on page 2-33 for more information.
1788-CN2DN (ControlNet-to-DeviceNet Linking Device)
124 long words
123 long words
1788-EN2DN (EtherNet-to-DeviceNet Linking Device)
124 long words
123 long words
1 1 word = 16 bit; 1 long word = 32 bits
2
This "discrete" I/O space is mappable and accessible data space within the two scanners. It is called "discrete" because it is automatically transfered between the scanner
and the processor in the PLC or SLC. In RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software, you can map data from the network into these areas and have them appear in the processor
for the user program.
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ControlNet Capacity and Topology
When planning a ControlNet network, you should consider the following:
•
•
•
•
topology
number of nodes
distances
connections
Topology
ControlNet supports a variety of topologies, including trunkline/dropline, star,
tree, and ring. In its simplest form, ControlNet is a trunkline, to which you
connect nodes with a tap and a 1-meter dropline, as shown in Figure 1.2.
Repeaters are required to create other topologies, as shown in Figure 1.3 (star)
and Figure 1.4 (ring).
• Refer to publication CNET-IN002, ControlNet Coax
Media Planning and Installation Guide, for more
specific information on topologies you can create.
• Using fiber media allows you to configure your network
in many different topologies, such as a star or ring.
Refer to publication CNET-IN001, ControlNet Fiber
Media Planning and Installation Guide, for more
information on fiber media and topologies.
TIP
Figure 1.2 Example ControlNet System Trunkline/Dropline Topology
trunkline
tap with 1-meter
dropline
node
node
node
node
node
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Figure 1.3 Example ControlNet System Star Topology
repeater
node
node
node
tap with 1-meter
dropline
node
node
node
node
node
node
Figure 1.4 Example ControlNet System Ring Topology
1786-RPFRXL
repeater
fiber or coaxial
cable
node
tap with 1-meter
dropline
node
node
node
node
node
fiber cable
node
Number of Nodes
Each ControlNet network supports up to 99 nodes. Some Allen-Bradley
controllers support multiple ControlNet networks, giving you the flexibility to
add more nodes to your ControlNet network, or to boost performance.
Distances
In a ControlNet network, the maximum distance depends on the number of
nodes on the network. Use repeaters to add more nodes or gain more distance.
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maximum allowable segment length =
1000m (3280ft) - 16.3m (53.4ft) X [number of taps - 2]
segment length m (ft)
Use the following chart and/or formula to determine whether repeaters are
required.
1000 (3280)
add a repeater
750 (2460)
500 (1640)
no repeater
required
250 (820)
2
32
48
16
number of nodes
30014-m
Connections
The number of available connections are another factor you must consider
when determining capacity on a ControlNet network. Connections are a
measure of the number of devices with which a controller or communication
card communicates. The connection establishes a communication link
between two devices. Connections can be:
•
•
•
•
•
controller to local I/O modules or local communication modules
controller to remote I/O or remote communication modules
controller to remote I/O (rack-optimized) modules
produced and consumed tags
messages
You indirectly determine the number of connections the controller uses by
configuring the controller to communicate with other devices in the system.
Scheduled connections are unique to the ControlNet network. A scheduled
connection lets you send and receive data repeatedly at a pre-determined
interval. This interval is called the requested packet interval, or RPI. For
example, a connection to an I/O module is a scheduled connection because
the controller repeatedly receives data from the module at a specified interval.
Other specified connections include connections to:
• communication devices
• produced/consumed tags
The ControlNet network also uses unscheduled connections. An unscheduled
connection is a message transfer between controllers or I/O that is triggered
by the program with a MSG instruction. Unscheduled messaging lets you send
and receive data when needed.
On a ControlNet network, you must use RSNetWorx for ControlNet to enable
all scheduled connections and establish a network update time (NUT).
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Use Table 1.4 to determine the number of available connections for each
controller and communication card. Then see Table 1.5 to determine the
number of connections you will need for your application.
IMPORTANT
The information provided here is simplified for easy
estimation. The actual number of connections used may be
more or less than you estimate, depending on your system
configuration. In general, the following factors will affect
the number of connections used:
• data rate
• amount of data
• enabling several options
If you are close to a connection limit, or if you want to
determine the exact number of connections, refer to the
individual controller selection guides, or contact your
Rockwell Automation representative.
Table 1.4 Available ControlNet Communication Module Connections
Controller/communication module
available connections
ControlLogix/1756-CNB
250 per controller; 64 per 1756-CNB1
FlexLogix/1788-CNC
24 per 1788-CNC
SoftLogix5800/1784-PCICS
250 per controller/128 per 1784-PCICS
PLC-5C15
64 - 128, depending on the type of processor
SLC-500/1747-SCNR
64
1
As you count the connections you will need for your application, you will use connections for both the controller
and the 1756-CNB module.
Determining connections for messages
Messages transfer data to other devices, such as other controllers or operator
interfaces. Each message uses one connection, regardless of how many devices
are in the message path. To conserve connections, you can configure one
message to read from or write to multiple devices.
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Connections example
The following example shows a sample configuration. In this configuration:
• the 1734-L35CR CompactLogix controller:
– produces two tags that are consumed by the 1756 ControlLogix
controller
• the 1769 ControlLogix controller:
– produces three tags that are consumed by the 1769-L35LCR
CompactLogix controller
– controls outputs and reads inputs from the 1794 Flex I/O distributed
on ControlNet
Figure 1.5 ControlNet connections example
1756 ControlLogix controller with 1756-CNBR module
1769 CompactLogix controller
1794 Flex I/O with 1788-CNC
Estimate the connections used according to Table 1.5:
Table 1.5 Estimated Number of Connections
For each:
count this number
of connections:
in this example, we
show this number
of connections:
tag produced by the 1769-L35CR
1
2
tag consumed by the 1769-L35CR
1
3
tag produced by the 1756 ControlLogix controller
1
3
tag consumed by the 1756 ControlLogix controller
1
2
1794 FlexLogix controller with 1788-CNC (rack
optimized)
1
1
total number of I/O connections in this example1
11
1 In the above example, we use a total of 11 connections (five in the 1769-L35CR; six in the 1756
ControlLogix controller).
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EtherNet/IP Capacity and Topology
When planning an EtherNet/IP network, you should consider the following:
• topology
• distances
• connections
Topology
EtherNet/IP uses readily available, off-the-shelf media and complies with
IEEE 802.3/TCP/UDP/IP standards and conventions. Although several
media types and topology options are available, the simplest is a star topology,
using CAT5 media. The star topology uses a switch or a series of switches
connected together, with point-to-point connections from each device to a
switch, as shown in Figure 1.6.
TIP
Refer to publication ENET-AP001, EtherNet/IP
Performance and Application Guide, for more specific
information on topologies you can create.
Figure 1.6 Sample EtherNet/IP System Topology
node
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switch
switch
switch
node
node
node
node
node
node
node
node
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Distances
Distance choices vary widely, depending on whether you use CAT5 cable
(UTP) or fiber media. Refer to publication ENET-AP001, EtherNet/IP
Performance and Application Guide, to plan your installation. With CAT5
cable, the most widely used form of EtherNet/IP media, you can achieve
maximum distances between a switch and a node of up to 100m.
Connections
The number of available connections are another factor you must consider
when determining capacity on a ControlNet network.Connections are a
measure of the number of devices with which a controller or communication
card communicates. The connection establishes a communication link
between two devices. Connections can be:
•
•
•
•
•
controller to local I/O modules or local communication modules
controller to remote I/O or remote communication modules
controller to remote I/O (rack-optimized) modules
produced and consumed tags
messages
You indirectly determine the number of connections the controller uses by
configuring the controller to communicate with other devices in the system.
The EtherNet/IP network uses unscheduled connections. An unscheduled
connection is a message transfer between controllers that is triggered by the
RPI or the program (with a MSG instruction, for example). Unscheduled
messaging lets you send and receive data when needed.
Determining connections for messages
Messages transfer data to other devices, such as other controllers or operator
interfaces. Each message uses one connection, regardless of how many devices
are in the message path. To conserve connections, you can configure one
message to read from or write to multiple devices.
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Connections example
The following example shows a sample 1756 ControlLogix controller
configuration. In this configuration, the 1756 ControlLogix controller sends
and receives messages to/from the 1769-L35E CompactLogix controllers on
EtherNet/IP.
Figure 1.7 EtherNet/IP connections example
1756 ControlLogix controller
1769-L35E CompactLogix controller
1794 FlexLogix controller
Estimate the connections used according to Table 1.6:
Table 1.6 Estimated Number of Connections
For each:
count this number
of connections:
in this example, we
show this number
of connections:
tag produced by the 1769-L35E
1
3
tag consumed by the 1769-L35E
1
2
tag produced by the 1756 ControlLogix controller
1
3
tag consumed by the 1756 ControlLogix controller
1
2
1794 FlexLogix controller
1
1
total number of I/O connections in this example1
11
1 In the above example, we use a total of 11 connections (five in the 1769-L35E; six in the 1756
ControlLogix controller).
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About Our Encompass
Partners
Rockwell Automation’s Encompass Program offers third-party products for
use with all NetLinx networks. For more information on these products, visit
the Encompass website at www.automation.rockwell.com/encompass/.
Troubleshoot Your NetLinx
Networks
Diagnose problems and keep your NetLinx networks running smoothly with
these troubleshooting tools from Rockwell Automation and our Encompass
partners.
Add Value to Your NetLinx
Networks
If you want to
select
catalog number
identify cable failures, measure
length, and check wiring for these
networks:
• DeviceNet
• ControlNet
• EtherNet/IP
• DH+
• RIO
NetLinx Media Checker
1788-MCHKR
provide network statistics and decode
messages on all Rockwell Automation
networks
Frontline Test
Equipment’s
NetDecoder
Visit
http://www.automation.rockwell.com
/encompass/ for details
capture DeviceNet network-wide and
device-specific traffic and power
monitoring information
Woodhead
Connectivity’s
DeviceNet NetMeter
Visit
http://www.automation.rockwell.com
/encompass/ for details
verify signals on ControlNet cabling by
detecting shorts and termination
faults
ControlNet Net Checker
1788-CNCHKR
examine DeviceNet and ControlNet
network frames, transmission and
general reliability
DeviceNet Traffic Analyzer
ControlNet Traffic Analyzer
9220-WINTA
Take advantage of Rockwell Automation’s Industrial Network Services to
design, validate, troubleshoot and evaluate both new and existing NetLinx
networks. We offer both packaged and customized services, depending on
your system requirements. Specially trained Rockwell Automation engineers
use the latest equipment and the most advanced techniques to test, analyze and
create reports that help you pinpoint problems and enhance network
operation. Contact your Rockwell Automation representative to begin
maximizing your network capabilities.
All products in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of Rockwell Automation or the respective
Encompass partners.
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Section
2
Selecting DeviceNet Products
The following products are available for the DeviceNet network:
For information on this topic:
See page:
Selecting a Controller Platform
2-4
Selecting I/O
2-5
Selecting Software
2-7
Selecting Media
2-9
Selecting an Operator Interface
2-21
Selecting Sensors
2-23
Selecting a Power Management Solution
2-26
Selecting a Motor Starter/Protector
2-27
Selecting a Drive
2-30
Selecting Motion Control Solutions
2-32
Selecting an XM Machinery Protection and Condition
Monitoring Solution
2-33
Selecting a Linking Device
2-36
Use Table 2.1 on page 2-2 as a checklist for completing your own system
specification. Check off the items you need, then contact your Rockwell
Automation representative for ordering information.
1
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Table 2.1 System Selection Checklist
Select the required
Controller platform
MicroLogix
SLC 500
CompactLogix
FlexLogix
PLC-5
ControlLogix
SoftLogix5800
DriveLogix-enabled device
I/O devices
1734D POINTBlock I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1738 ArmorPoint I/O
1790D CompactBlock LDX I/O
1791D CompactBlock I/O
1732 ArmorBlock I/O
1792D ArmorBlock MaXum I/O
1799 Embedded I/O Cards
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1798 FLEX Armor I/O
1769 Compact I/O
Software
RSLogix 5
RSLogix 500
RSLogix 5000
RSLinx
RSNetWorx
RSView ME or SE
PC interface
PCI Bus Communication Interface Card
PCMCIA Communication Interface Card
PCI Bus Scanner Card
CompactPCI Bus Scanner Card
RS-232 Personal Computer Interface
RS-232 Personal Computer Interface (w/ Power Supply Adapter)
Media
Taps
Cables
Connectors
Accessories
Operator interfaces
PanelView Standard Operator Terminals
InView Message Display
ControlTower Stack Lights
Pushbutton Stations
Pendant Stations
Sensors
SmartSight 9000 Sensors
RightSight Photoelectric Sensors
Inductive Proximity Sensors
Limit Switches
Absolute Multi-function Rotary Encoders
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Table 2.1 System Selection Checklist
Select the required
Power management
solutions
Powermonitor II
Powermonitor 3000
Motor starters and
protectors
Distributed Starter System
Modular DSA System
DSA Module
Solid-state Overload Relay
SMC Dialog Plus
Smart Motor Manager
IntelliCENTER Motor Control Center
Drives
PowerFlex 40 AC Drive
PowerFlex 70 AC Drive
PowerFlex 700 AC Drive
PowerFlex 700S AC Drive with DriveLogix
PowerFlex 7000 Medium Voltage Drive
Bulletin 160 Smart Speed Controller
Bulletin 1305 AC Drive
1336 Plus II AC Drive
1336 IMPACT AC Drive
1336 Force AC Drive
Bulletin 1397 Digital DC Drive
Motion control
requirements
Ultra3000 Drives
Ultra5000 Drives
Bulletin 1394 Motion Control System
XM machinery protection
and condition monitoring
solutions
XM-120 Dynamic Measurement Module
XM-121 Low Frequency Measurement Module
XM-122 gSE Vibration Module
XM-360 Process Module
XM-361 Universal Temperature Module
XM-362 Thermocouple Temperature Module
XM-320 Position Module
XM-440 Master Relay Module
XM-441 Relay Expansion Module
XM 500 Ethernet Gateway Module
Linking devices
ControlNet-to-DeviceNet Linking Device
EtherNet/IP-to-DeviceNet Linking Device
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Various controller platforms are available for the DeviceNet network. Choose
from the following:
Selecting a Controller
Platform
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Step 1 - Select:
• a controller
platform
MicroLogix controllers
SLC 500 controllers
CompactLogix Controllers
FlexLogix controllers
PLC-5 controllers
ControlLogix controllers
SoftLogix5800 controllers
DriveLogix-enabled device (PowerFlex 700S only; not covered in this
section. Refer to Selecting a Drive on page 2-30 for more information
on PowerFlex 700S with DriveLogix.)
Rockwell Automation also offers the ProcessLogix System, a DCS-like process
control system, for your batch and process applications. Contact your
Rockwell Automation representative for details.
See Table 2.2 below to select a controller for your application. For further help
in selecting the best controller platform for your application, visit the
controller family selector at www.ab.com.
Table 2.2 Controller Selection Matrix
Feature
MicroLogix 1500
SLC 500
CompactLogix
FlexLogix
PLC-5
ControlLogix
SoftLogix5800
Memory (max)
1 word = 10 Logix
bytes
14K
64K words
1.5Mbyte
512Kbyte
100K words
8Mbyte
PC-dependent
I/O (max)
Up to 256 points
Embedded with
local expansion
Up to 4096 points
Up to 30 Compact
I/O modules
512 digital points
or 128 analog
points, or a mix of
both
512 -3072 points
(DeviceNet and
ControlNet provide
additional I/O
capacity)
Up to 128,000
digital points
Up to 3,800 analog
points, or a mix of
both
PC-dependent
Local I/O
Embedded and
1769 Compact I/)
1746 I/O
1769 Compact I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1771 I/O
1756 I/O
None
DeviceNet
networked I/O
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1732 ArmorBlock I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1738 ArmorPoint I/O
1769 Compact I/O
1790 CompactBlock LDX
1791D CompactBlock
1792D ArmorBlock MaXum
1794 FLEX I/O
1798 FLEX Armor
1797 FLEX Ex
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Table 2.2 Controller Selection Matrix
Feature
MicroLogix 1500
SLC 500
CompactLogix
FlexLogix
PLC-5
ControlLogix
SoftLogix5800
Programming
software (See
Table 2.4 on
page 2-7 for
selection
information)
RSLogix 500
RSLogix 500
RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5
RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5000
C/C++ routines
Programming
language
Ladder
Ladder
Ladder, FBD, SFC,
ST
Ladder, FBD, ST,
SFC
Ladder, SFC, ST
Ladder, FBD, SFC,
ST
Ladder, FBD, SFC,
ST
Interface required
Messaging:
1761-NET-DNI
(MicroLogix 1000,
1200, and 1500
only)
1747-SDN
1769-SDN
1788-DNBO
1771-SDN
1756-DNB
1784-PCIDS
I/O control:
1769-SDN
(MicroLogix 1500
only)
Selecting I/O
Step 2 - Select:
• I/O modules
Rockwell Automation’s I/O family provides world-class I/O products for
virtually every application need. Once you have chosen your controller
platform, you can choose from these I/O types for the DeviceNet network:
• distributed I/O
– block
– modular
• chassis-based I/O
Visit www.ab.com/io to select the proper module for your application.
Table 2.3 I/O Modules Selection Matrix
Select this I/O
select this adapter
specifications
Distributed Block I/O
1791D CompactBlock I/O
CompactBlock I/O contains a built-in adapter in the
base block
•
•
•
•
•
•
removable terminals
50% smaller than FLEX I/O
24V DC only
4 - 16 points
DeviceLogix-enabled
expandable up to 32 input or 32 output points
1790 CompactBlock LDX I/O
CompactBlock LDX I/O contains a built-in adapter in the
base block
•
•
•
•
•
•
lowest price-per-point I/O
24V DC
120V AC
relay, analog and temperature modules
4 - 16 points
expandable up to 64 points
1732 ArmorBlock I/O
ArmorBlock I/O contains a built-in adapter in the base
block
•
•
•
•
8 points
8 in, 8 out or 8 self-configuring
front or side mount
M12 or M8 I/O connector
1792 ArmorBlock MaXum I/O
ArmorBlock MaXum I/O contains a built-in adapter in
the base block
•
•
•
•
•
•
maximum value IP67 I/O
lowest overall installed cost on KwikLink
point-level diagnostics
4 - 16 points
DeviceLogix-enabled
input-only, output-only, or combos
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Table 2.3 I/O Modules Selection Matrix
Select this I/O
select this adapter
specifications
Distributed Modular I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1734D POINTBlock I/O
1734-ADN
1734-ADNX (with Subnet Connectivity)
1734-PDN (DeviceNet Power Supply)
• highly granular (2, 4, or 8 points)
• digital, analog, relay outputs, isolated
temperature, RTD, thermocouple, counter, and
ASCII modules
• channel-level Logix diagnostics: wire off,
short circuit, OR, UR, CALIB, fault, and more
• features removal and insertion under power
(RIUP)
• expansion power supply and a POINT Power
Bus Isolation Module available
• removable terminal blocks
• a total of 63 POINT I/O modules can be
assembled on a single DeviceNet node
• 1734-ADNX increases the reach of DeviceNet
from 500 to 1500 meters
• 1734-ADNX allows an expansion power
supply for additional Pinatubo backplane
current
• up to 504 points maximum using 8-point
digital I/O modules
1738 ArmorPoint I/O
1738-ADN12
1738-ADN18
1738-ADN18P
1738-ADNX
• DIN rail mounting
• 1P67 and NEMA 4 rated
• highly granular (mix and match to your exact
needs)
• features removal and insertion under power
(RIUP)
• full range of digital, analog, specialty, and
temperature modules
• up to 252 points per adapter
1794 FLEX I/O
1794-ADN
• module separates from terminal block base
• modules feature removal and insertion under
power (RIUP)
• 24/48V DC
• 120/230V AC
• relay, analog, temperature, specialty,
counters and serial modules
• 4 - 32 points per module
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1794-ADN
(To be used with 1797-BIC and 1797-CEC for connecting
to hazardous areas)
• intrinsically-safe I/O for hazardous areas
• module separates from terminal block base
• modules feature removal and insertion under
power (RIUP)
• digital (NAMUR), analog, temperature
frequency
• 4 - 32 points per module
1798 FLEX Armor I/O
1798-ADN
Also order either of the following:
• 1798-DFTP1 (Terminator for 12mm DeviceNet
cable plugs)
• 1798-DFTP2 (Terminator for 18mm DeviceNet
cable plugs)
•
•
•
•
•
on-machine mounting
IP67 and NEMA 4X rated
outdoor applications
24V DC analog and digital
4 and 8 points per module; up to 64 per node
1769-ADN
•
•
•
•
•
lowest-cost chassis-like I/O
DIN-rail or panel mounting
24V DC
120/230V AC
analog, temperature, specialty, counters and
serial modules
Chassis-based I/O
1769 Compact I/O
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Selecting
Software
Step 3 - Select:
• the appropriate version of RSLogix for your
platform
• RSLinx software for software
messaging
• RSNetWorx software for
configuration and monitoring
• any other packages specific to your
device
2-7
Rockwell Automation provides a variety of software packages to help you
manage and control your processes. In general, you should order the
appropriate version of RSLogix, RSLinx and RSNetWorx software for your
platform and application.
Where specific software (other than that listed here) is required for a product,
the software and its catalog number is listed in the appropriate product section
in this Selection Guide.
Choose from the following Rockwell Software packages for your application:
RSLinx Lite software is always included with the other
Rockwell Software products listed here. Consult your
Rockwell Automation representative to determine if you
need to purchase RSLinx software as well.
TIP
Visit www.software.rockwell.com for ordering information
on Rockwell Software products.
TIP
Table 2.4 Software Compatibility Matrix
If you have this
platform
Choose this software
RSLogix 5
RSLogix 500
ControlLogix
SoftLogix5800
SLC 500
PLC-5
RSLinx
RSNetWorx for
DeviceNet
RSViewME or SE
required
required
required
optional
required
required
required
optional
required
required
optional
required
required
optional
required
required
optional
required
required
CompactLogix
MicroLogix
RSLogix 5000
required
required
required
optional
FlexLogix
required
required
required
required
optional
PowerFlex 700S with
DriveLogix
required
required
required
optional
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Selecting PC Interfaces
Step 4 - Select
• the correct
interface for your
application
Rockwell Automation’s PC-ready DeviceNet interfaces use RSLinx™ for
software messaging and RSNetWorx™ to monitor data, and configure
networks and devices.
Table 2.5 DeviceNet PC Interfaces
If your computer
select
catalog number
has a PCMCIA slot, and you want to
establish it as a node on the DeviceNet
network for programming, monitoring,
and configuring network operations, or
for maintenance and troubleshooting
DeviceNet PCMCIA
Communication Interface
Card
Network Access Cables
1784-PCD
Open-style, 5-pin Probe Cable, 2.5m (8 ft)
Sealed-style, T-style Cable, 2m (6 ft)
Sealed Mini-male Cable, 2 m (6 ft)
5-pin Linear Plug
specifications
• drivers for Windows
95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
1784-PCD1 (included with card, but can
be ordered separately)
Choose from the following:
1787-PCABL
1787-MCABL
1787-TCABL
1787-PLUG1OR
has 5V PCI slots and you want to
establish it as a node on the DeviceNet
network for programming, monitoring,
and configuring network operations, or
for maintenance and troubleshooting
DeviceNet PCI
Communication Interface
Card
1784-PCID
• drivers for Windows NT/2000
has 5V PCI slots and you want to
establish it as a node on the DeviceNet
network for controlling I/O,
programming, configuring network
operations or controlling I/O with a
SoftLogix5800 controller
DeviceNet PCI Bus Scanner
Card
1784-PCIDS
• drivers for Windows
NT/2000/XP
• master/scanner
• supports polled,
change-of-state, cyclic and bit
strobe messaging
• use the IOLinx Software
Development Kit (SDK) as an
I/O application interface for
software such as SoftLogix,
custom Visual Basic programs,
and custom Visual C++
programs
uses a small size, CompactPCI bus and
you want to establish it as a node on the
DeviceNet network for controlling I/O,
programming, configuring network
operations or controlling I/O with a
SoftLogix5800 controller
DeviceNet CompactPCI
Bus Scanner Card
1784-CPCIDS
• drivers for Windows
NT/2000/XP
• master/scanner
• supports polled,
change-of-state, cyclic and bit
strobe messaging
• use the IOLinx Software
Development Kit (SDK) as an
I/O application interface for
software such as SoftLogix,
custom Visual Basic programs,
and custom Visual C++
programs
is a laptop, desktop or notebook, and you
want to establish it as a node on the
DeviceNet network for programming and
configuring network options
DeviceNet RS-232 Personal
Computer Interface
DeviceNet RS-232 Personal
Computer Interface with Global 9V dc
Power Supply Adapter
U.S. 9V dc Power Supply Adapter
Open-style, 5-pin Probe Cable, 2.5m (8 ft)
Sealed-style, T-style Cable, 2m (6 ft)
Sealed Mini-male Cable, 2 m (6 ft)
5-pin linear plug
1770-KFD
• drivers for Windows
95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
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1770-KFDG
1787-USADPTR
1787-PCABL
1787-TCABL
1787-MCABL
1787-PLUG1OR
Selecting DeviceNet Products
Selecting Media
Step 5 - Select:
• taps
• cables
• connectors
2-9
The DeviceNet network consists of a cabling system that provides both power
and communication to nodes. Rockwell Automation offers a number of
Allen-Bradley media products for device connection and communication
needs. Choose from the following media for your DeviceNet network:
• Round media
– Thick trunk round media
– Thin trunk round media
• Flat media
– KwikLink heavy duty flat media system
– Flat media: KwikLink general purpose flat media system
For general characteristics of each type, see the table below.
Table 2.6 General Characteristics of DeviceNet Media Types
Data rates
125K baud
250K baud
500K baud
Flat Trunk Distance
420m (1378ft)
200m (656ft)
75m (246ft)
Thick Trunk Distance
500m (1640ft)
250m (820ft)
100m (328ft)
Thin Trunk Distance
100m (328ft)
Maximum Drop Length
6.1m (20ft)
Cumulative Drop Length
156m (512ft)
78m (256ft)
39m (128ft)
Number of Nodes
64
Round Media
Round trunk cable is available in bulk spools or as pre-molded cordsets or
patchcords in varying lengths. A wide variety of rugged, durable DeviceNet
components is available for use in round trunk systems. These components
include drop cables, T-Ports, DeviceBox, DevicePort, PowerTap and a
multitude of other components and accessories. Stainless steel versions of
round cable system components are also available.
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Thick Trunk Round Media System
Thick trunk round media systems use thick cable for maximum DeviceNet
trunk line length.
19
20
13
Enclosure
18
19
15
Output
Device
PLC
17
12
Output
Device
8
7
1
9
5
1
3
3
9
3
3
4
1
14
2
1
7
DeviceNet
Power
Supply
1
10
7
6
7
7
8
16
10
10
11
24VDC
Power
Supply
14
13
Note: Not all items shown below are described in this Selection Guide.
1
Thick trunk cable
11
Aux power tee
2
Terminator
12
Open terminator
3
T-port
13
DeviceNet photoelectric sensor
4
Power tap
14
DeviceNet inductive proximity switch
5
DeviceBox
15
DeviceNet limit switch
6
DevicePort
16
DeviceNet encoder
7
Thin drop cable
17
DeviceLink
8
ArmorBlock MaXum
18
Standard photoelectric sensor
9
ArmorBlock cordsets
19
Standard proximity switch
10
Aux power cable
20
Standard limit switch
IMPORTANT
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Stainless steel connector versions are available. To create a
stainless steel part number, add “S” to the end of the
bulletin (e.g., 1485CS-P1N5-M5).
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Table 2.7 Thick Trunk DeviceNet System
The table below contains information on the most popular products. Refer to the On-machine Connectivity Catalog, publication M115-CA001 for more
options and additional information.
If you want
select
a DeviceNet media system
allowing maximum trunkline
length with the application
flexibility of a modular media
platform
Thick Trunk Cable
catalog number
Thick Cable Spool, 50m (164ft)
1485C-P1A50
Thick Cable Spool, 150m (492ft)
1485C-P1A150
Thick Cable Spool, 300m (984ft)
1485C-P1A300
Thick Cable Spool, 500m (1640ft)
1485C-P1A500
Thick Cable Terminal Chambers (Field Attachable Connectors)
Straight Mini Male Terminal Chamber, Thick, screw type
871A-TS5-NM3
Straight Mini Female Terminal Chamber, Thick, screw type
871A-TS5-N3
Thick Trunk Molded Cordsets/Patchcords/Receptacles
Straight Mini Male to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 10, 12, 18, 24, 30 standard)
1485C-PxM5-C
Straight Mini Female to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 10, 12, 18, 24, 30 standard)
1485C-PxN5-C
Straight Mini Male to Straight Mini Female: x meters (x = 1 - 10, 12, 18, 24, 30 standard)
1485C-PxN5-M5
Receptacle, Mini Male to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1, 2, 3, 5 standard)
1485F-PxM5-A
Receptacle, Mini Female to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1, 2, 3, 5 standard)
1485F-PxN5-A
Bulkhead Passthru, DeviceNet, Mini
1485A-CXN5-M5
Terminators
Mini Male Terminator
1485A-T1M5
Mini Female Terminator
1485A-T1N5
T-Port, Mini to Mini Trunk, Mini Drop with Right Keyway
1485P-P1N5-MN5R1
T-Ports
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Table 2.7 Thick Trunk DeviceNet System
The table below contains information on the most popular products. Refer to the On-machine Connectivity Catalog, publication M115-CA001 for more
options and additional information.
If you want
select
catalog number
T-Port, Mini to Mini Trunk, Mini Drop with Left Keyway
1485P-P1N5-MN5R1
T-Port, Mini to Mini Trunk, Micro Drop
1485P-P1R5-MN5R1
PowerTap
Thick PowerTap, Cable Gland Connections
1485T-P2T5-T5
PowerTap T-port, Mini to Mini Trunk, 4-pin Mini Male input
1485T-P1M4-MN5R1
DeviceBox
DeviceBox, 2-port, Cable Gland Connections, Thick
1485P-P2T5-T5
DeviceBox, 4-port, Cable Gland Connections, Thick
1485P-P4T5-T5
DeviceBox, 8-port, Cable Gland Connections, Thick
1485P-P8T5-T5
DevicePort
DevicePort, 4-port, (4) Mini Female, Mini Male/Female Thru-trunk Connection
1485P-P4N5-MN5
DevicePort, 6-port, (6) Mini Female, Mini Male/Female Thru-trunk Connection
1485P-P6N5-MN5
DevicePort, 4-port, (4) Micro Female, Mini Male/Female Thru-trunk Connection
1485P-P4R5-MN5
DevicePort, 6-port, (6) Micro Female, Mini Male/Female Thru-trunk Connection
1485P-P6R5-MN5
DevicePort, 4-port, (4) Mini Female, Mini Male Trunk Connection
1485P-P4N5-M5
DevicePort, 8-port, (8) Mini Female, Mini Male Trunk Connection
1485P-P8N5-M5
DevicePort, 4-port, (4) Micro Female, Mini Male Pigtail (2m) Trunk Connection
1485P-P4R5-C2-M5
DevicePort, 8-port, (8) Micro Female, Mini Male Pigtail (2m) Trunk Connection
1485P-P8R5-C2-M5
DevicePort, 4-port, (4) Micro Female, Thin Cable Pigtail (2m) Trunk Connection
1485P-P4R5-C2
DevicePort, 8-port, (8) Micro Female, Thin Cable Pigtail (2m) Trunk Connection
1485P-P8R5-C2
Thin Drop Cable
Thin Cable Spool, 50m (164ft)
1485C-P1C50
Thin Cable Spool, 150m (492ft)
1485C-P1C150
Thin Cable Spool, 300m (984ft)
1485C-P1C300
Thin Cable Spool, 600m (1968ft)
1485C-P1C600
Thin Cable Terminal Chambers (Field Attachable Connectors)
Straight Mini Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-NM1
Straight Mini Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-N1
Straight Micro Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-DM1
Straight Micro Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-D1
Right Angle Micro Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TR5-DM1
Right Angle Micro Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TR5-D1
Thin Drop Molded Cordsets/Patchcords/Receptacles/Bulkhead Passthrus
Straight Mini Male to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxM5-C
Straight Mini Female to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxN5-C
Straight Mini Male to Straight Mini Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxN5-M5
Straight Mini Male to Straight Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxM5-R5
Straight Mini Male to Right Angle Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxM5-V5
Straight Micro Male to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxD5-C
Right Angle Micro Male to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxF5-C
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Table 2.7 Thick Trunk DeviceNet System
The table below contains information on the most popular products. Refer to the On-machine Connectivity Catalog, publication M115-CA001 for more
options and additional information.
If you want
select
catalog number
Receptacle, Mini Male to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1 - 3 standard)
1485F-PxM5-C
Receptacle, Mini Female to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1 - 3 standard)
1485F-PxN5-C
Receptacle, Micro Male to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1 - 3 standard)
1485F-PxD5-C
Receptacle, Micro Female to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1 - 3 standard)
1485F-PxR5-C
Bulkhead Passthru, DeviceNet, Mini
1485A-CXN5-M5
Bulkhead Passthru, DeviceNet, Micro
1485A-CXR5-D5
Auxiliary Power Cordsets/Patchcords/Receptacles/Bulkhead Passthrus
4-pin, Straight Mini Male to Straight Mini Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6, 10, 15, 20 standard)
889N-F4AFNM-x
Receptacle, 4-pin Mini Male to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x feet (x = 1, 3 standard)
888N-M4AF1-xF
Receptacle, 4-pin Mini Female to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x feet (x = 1, 3, 12 standard)
888N-D4AF1-xF
Bulkhead Passthru, 4-pin Mini
889A-CXN4-M4
Auxiliary Power T-Ports
Aux Pwr T-Port, Mini to Mini Pwr Trunk, Mini Drop
898N-43PB-N4
Aux Pwr / Safety T-Port, Mini to Mini Pwr Trunk, Mini Drop
898N-43AB-N4
Aux Pwr / Safety Shorting Plug, Mini Male
898N-41AU-NM4
Aux Pwr / Safety Shorting Plug, Mini Female
898N-41AU-N4
Accessories/Miscellaneous
Terminal Block Assembly, DeviceNet
1492-DN3TW
Open-style, 10-position Linear Plug (bag of 10pcs)
1787-PLUG-10R
Accessory Kit for DeviceBox
1485A-ACCKIT
Terminating Resistor
1485A-C2
Sealing Cap, Mini
1485A-C1
Sealing Cap, Micro
1485A-C3
5-pin Linear Plug, Open-style
1799-DNETCON
5-pin Linear Plug, Open-style, w/ Jack Screws
1799-DNETSCON
Female Open-style DeviceNet Y Adapter
1799-DNC5MMS
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Thin Trunk Round Media
Round media thin trunk systems use thin cable to reduce maximum trunk line
distances with a more compact and cost-effective installation for some
applications. Thin cable outer jacket material is TPE for additional chemical
resistance.
17
15
16
Output
Device
Enclosure
10
11
PLC
Output
Device
Open
Style
Device
12
9
8
8
1
1
7
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
3
1
1
1
8
1
3
4
2
14
10
DeviceNet
Power
Supply
24VDC
Power
Supply
16
11
1
6
1
13
10
Note: Not all items shown below are described in this Selection Guide.
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1
Thin trunk/drop cable
11
DeviceNet inductive proximity switch
2
Terminator
12
DeviceNet limit switch
3
T-port
13
DeviceNet encoder
4
Power tap
14
DeviceLink
5
DeviceBox
15
Standard photoelectric sensor
6
DevicePort
16
Standard proximity switch
7
ArmorBlock MaXum
17
Standard limit switch
8
ArmorBlock cordsets
9
Open terminator
10
DeviceNet photoelectric sensor
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2-15
Stainless steel connector versions are available. To create a
stainless steel part number, add “S” to the end of the
bulletin (e.g., 1485CS-P1N5-M5).
Table 2.8 Thin Trunk DeviceNet System
The table below contains information on the most popular products. Refer to the On-machine Connectivity Catalog, publication M115-CA001 for more
options and additional information.
If you want
select
catalog number
a DeviceNet media system
right-sized for space-critical
applications and shorter
trunkline distances
Thin Cable (Trunk and Drop)
Thin Cable Spool, 50m (164ft)
1485C-P1C50
Thin Cable Spool, 150m (492ft)
1485C-P1C150
Thin Cable Spool, 300m (984ft)
1485C-P1C300
Thin Cable Spool, 600m (1968ft)
1485C-P1C600
Thin Cable Terminal Chambers (Field Attachable Connectors)
Straight Micro Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-DM1
Straight Micro Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-D1
Right Angle Micro Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TR5-DM1
Right Angle Micro Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TR5-D1
Straight Mini Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-NM1
Straight Mini Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-N1
Thin Drop Molded Cordsets/Patchcords/Receptacles/Bulkhead Passthrus
Straight Micro Male to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxD5-C
Right Angle Micro Male to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxF5-C
Straight Micro Female to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxR5-C
Right Angle Micro Female to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxV5-C
Straight Micro Male to Straight Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxR5-D5
Right Angle Micro Male to Straight Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxR5-F5
Right Angle Micro Male to Straight Mini Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxN5-F5
Straight Mini Male to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxM5-C
Straight Mini Female to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxN5-C
Straight Mini Male to Straight Mini Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxN5-M5
Straight Mini Male to Straight Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxM5-R5
Straight Mini Male to Right Angle Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485R-PxM5-V5
Receptacle, Micro Male to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1 - 3 standard)
1485F-PxD5-C
Receptacle, Micro Female to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1 - 3 standard)
1485F-PxR5-C
Receptacle, Mini Male to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1 - 3 standard)
1485F-PxM5-C
Receptacle, Mini Female to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x meters (x = 1 - 3 standard)
1485F-PxN5-C
Bulkhead Passthru, DeviceNet, Micro
1485A-CXR5-D5
Bulkhead Passthru, DeviceNet, Mini
1485A-CXN5-M5
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Table 2.8 Thin Trunk DeviceNet System
The table below contains information on the most popular products. Refer to the On-machine Connectivity Catalog, publication M115-CA001 for more
options and additional information.
If you want
select
catalog number
Terminators
Micro Male Terminator
1485A-T1D5
Micro Female Terminator
1485A-T1R5
T-Port, Micro to Micro Trunk, Micro Drop
1485P-P1R5-DR5
T-Ports
PowerTap
Thin PowerTap, Cable Gland Connections
1485T-P2T5-T5C
DeviceBox
DeviceBox, 2-port, Cable Gland Connections, Thin
1485P-P2T5-T5C
DeviceBox, 4-port, Cable Gland Connections, Thin
1485P-P4T5-T5C
DeviceBox, 8-port, Cable Gland Connections, Thin
1485P-P8T5-T5C
DevicePort
DevicePort, 4-port, (4) Micro Female, Male Micro Trunk Connection
1485P-P4R5-D5
DevicePort, 8-port, (8) Micro Female, Male Micro Trunk Connection
1485P-P8R5-D5
DeviceBox, 4-port, (4) Micro Female, Rt Angle Micro Male Pigtail (2m) Trunk Connection
1485P-P4R5-C2-F5
DevicePort, 8-port, (8) Micro Female, Rt Angle Micro Male Pigtail (2m) Trunk Connection
1485P-P8R5-C2-F5
DevicePort, 4-port, (4) Micro Female, Thin Cable Pigtail (2m) Trunk Connection
1485P-P4R5-C2
DevicePort, 8-port, (8) Micro Female, Thin Cable Pigtail (2m) Trunk Connection
1485P-P8R5-C2
Accessories/Miscellaneous
Terminal Block Assembly, DeviceNet
1492-DN3TW
Open-style, 10-position Linear Plug (bag of 10pcs)
1787-PLUG-10R
Accessory Kit for DeviceBox
1485A-ACCKIT
Terminating Resistor
1485A-C2
Sealing Cap, Mini
1485A-C1
Sealing Cap, Micro
1485A-C3
Flat Media
The KwikLink flat media system provides a simple, modular cabling method
with its flat 4-wire cable and Insulation Displacement Connectors (IDCs).
Designed to provide up to 50% savings in installation costs by offering a
drastic reduction in labor and materials, the KwikLink system allows nodes to
be added to the network quickly and easily – without severing the trunkline.
Cutting or stripping of the trunkline is eliminated, as is the need for
predetermined cable lengths. KwikLink offers maximum simplicity while still
supporting 64 nodes. A full complement of accessories is also available for the
KwikLink flat media system.
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KwikLink Heavy Duty Flat Media System
KwikLink Heavy Duty Connectors are the original connector style for flat
media. This rugged industrial connector design incorporates a removable field
interface cap in a multitude of connection types including micro, mini pigtail,
cable pigtail, open style, and terminator style, in addition to splice kits for
joining two separate flat media trunk sections.
25
23
24
Output
Device
21
Enclosure
Output
Device
PLC
16
16
16
7
13
10
16
2
12
5
1
4
5
15
9
11
14
13
5
9
3
9
18
DeviceNet
Power
Supply
Open
Style
Device
22
4
6
9
24VDC
Power
Supply
5
19
9
8
9
9
9
17
24
20
Note: Not all items shown below are described in this Selection Guide.
1
Flat trunk cable
14
Dust cap
2
Flat auxiliary power cable
15
ArmorBlock MaXum
3
Splice kit
16
ArmorBlock cordsets
4
Terminator
17
DeviceNet RightSight sensor
5
Connector IDC
18
DeviceNet Series 9000 sensor
6
Open-style IDC
19
DeviceNet inductive proximity switch
7
Class I drop/power tap
20
DeviceNet limit switch
8
DevicePort
21
DeviceNet encoder
9
KwikLink drop cable
22
DeviceLink
10
Terminal chamber
23
Standard photoelectric sensor
11
Conduit adapter
24
Standard proximity sensor
12
Flat cable end cap
25
Standard limit switch
13
Mounting clamp
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.
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
1485K-series KwikLink drop cables are for use only with
KwikLink and KwikLink General Purpose media systems.
Stainless steel connector versions are available. To create a
stainless steel part number, add “S” to the end of the
bulletin (e.g., 1485CS-P1N5-M5).
Table 2.9 KwikLink Flat Trunk DeviceNet System
The table below contains information on the most popular products. Refer to the On-machine Connectivity Catalog, publication M115-CA001 for more
options and additional information.
If you want
select
a rugged DeviceNet media
system based on 4-conductor
flat cable and heavy duty IDC
connectors, that promotes
ease of installation and
reduces overall installed cost
KwikLink Flat Trunk Cable
catalog number
Flat Cable Spool, Trunk, TPE, Class 1, Grey: xx meters (75, 200, or 420)
1485C-P1Exx
Flat Cable Spool, Trunk, PVC, Class 2, Light Grey: xx meters (75, 200, or 420)
1485C-P1Gxx
KwikLink Heavy-Duty Splice Kits
Standard KwikLink Heavy-Duty Splice Kit, Sealed
1485P-P1E4-S
Standard KwikLink Heavy-Duty Splice Kit, Unsealed
1485P-P1H4-S
Power Isolation KwikLink Heavy-Duty Splice Kit, Sealed
1485P-P1E4-SX
Power Isolation KwikLink Heavy-Duty Splice Kit, Unsealed
1485P-P1H4-SX
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Table 2.9 KwikLink Flat Trunk DeviceNet System
The table below contains information on the most popular products. Refer to the On-machine Connectivity Catalog, publication M115-CA001 for more
options and additional information.
If you want
select
catalog number
KwikLink Heavy-Duty Connectors
Open-style, Unsealed
1485P-P1H4-T4
Micro, Sealed
1485P-P1E4-R5
Micro, Unsealed
1485P-P1H4-R5
Mini Pigtail drop (CL1), Sealed: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485T-P1E4-Bx
Cable Pigtail drop (CL1), Sealed: x meters (x = 1, 2, 3, 6 standard)
1485P-P1E4-Bx-N5
KwikLink Heavy-Duty Terminators
Terminator, Sealed
1485A-T1E4
Terminator, Unsealed
1485A-T1H4
KwikLink Drop Molded Cordsets/Patchcords*
Right Angle Micro Male to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-C
Right Angle Micro Male to Straight Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-R5
Right Angle Micro Male to Right Angle Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-V5
Right Angle Micro Male to Straight Mini Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-N5
Right Angle Micro Male to Right Angle Mini Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-Z5
Bulkhead Passthru
Bulkhead Passthru, DeviceNet, Micro
1485A-CXR5-D5
Bulkhead Passthru, DeviceNet, Mini
1485A-CXN5-M5
Thin Cable Terminal Chambers (Field Attachable Connectors)
Straight Micro Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-DM1
Straight Micro Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-D1
Right Angle Micro Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TR5-DM1
Right Angle Micro Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TR5-D1
Straight Mini Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-NM1
Straight Mini Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-N1
Auxiliary Power KwikLink Flat Cable
Flat Cable Spool, Auxiliary Power, PVC, Class 1, Black: xx meters (75, 200, or 420)
1485C-P1Lxx
Auxiliary Power KwikLink Heavy-Duty Connectors
4-conductor Cable Pigtail drop (CL1), Sealed: x meters (x = 1, 2, 3, 6 standard)
1485T-P1E4-Cx
4-pin Mini Pigtail drop (CL1), Sealed: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485T-P1E4-Cx-N4
Auxiliary Power Receptacles/Bulkhead Passthrus
Receptacle, 4-pin Mini Female to Conductor, 1/2NPT mount: x feet (x = 1, 3, 12 standard)
888N-D4AF1-xF
Bulkhead Passthru, 4-pin Mini
889A-CXN4-M4
KwikLink Accessories/Miscellaneous
KwikLink Module Dust Cap
1485A-C5E4
Flat Cable Conduit Adapter
1485A-CAD
Flat Cable Mounting Clamp
1485A-FCM
Flat Cable End Cap for KwikLink
1485A-CAP
Sealing Cap, Micro, Plastic
1485A-M12
Terminal Block Assembly, DeviceNet
1492-DN3TW
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KwikLink General Purpose Flat Media System
KwikLink General Purpose connectors provide a simple low profile two-piece
connector design for less demanding industrial applications. These micro style
connectors are offered with an extremely pliable flat cable for maximum ease
of installation and cable routing and are rated for use in IP67 environments.
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
Stainless steel connector versions are available. To create a
stainless steel part number, add “S” to the end of the
bulletin (e.g., 1485CS-P1N5-M5).
1485K-series KwikLink drop cables are for use only with
KwikLink and KwikLink General Purpose media systems.
Table 2.10 KwikLink General Purpose Flat Trunk DeviceNet System
The table below contains information on the most popular products. Refer to the On-machine Connectivity Catalog, publication M115-CA001 for more
options and additional information.
If you want
select
catalog number
a general purpose DeviceNet
media system based on very
pliable 4-conductor flat cable
and low-profile, IP67 rated
connectors, that promotes
ease of installation and
reduces overall installed cost
KwikLink General Purpose Flat Trunk Cable
Important: Do not use KwikLink General Purpose Flat Trunk Cable, catalog number 1485C-P1Kxxx, with KwikLink
Heavy-Duty connectors.
Flat Cable Spool, Trunk, PVC, Class 2, Grey: xx meters (75, 200, or 420)
1485C-P1Kxx
KwikLink General Purpose Connectors
Micro, Sealed (IP67)
1485P-K1E4-R5
Terminator
Micro Male Terminator
1485A-T1D5
KwikLink Drop Molded Cordsets/Patchcords
Right Angle Micro Male to Conductor: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-C
Right Angle Micro Male to Straight Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-R5
Right Angle Micro Male to Right Angle Micro Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-V5
Right Angle Micro Male to Straight Mini Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-N5
Right Angle Micro Male to Right Angle Mini Female: x meters (x = 1 - 6 standard)
1485K-PxF5-Z5
Bulkhead Passthru
Bulkhead Passthru, DeviceNet, Micro
1485A-CXR5-D5
Bulkhead Passthru, DeviceNet, Mini
1485A-CXN5-M5
Thin Cable Terminal Chambers (Field Attachable Connectors)
Straight Micro Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-DM1
Straight Micro Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-D1
Right Angle Micro Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TR5-DM1
Right Angle Micro Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TR5-D1
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Table 2.10 KwikLink General Purpose Flat Trunk DeviceNet System
The table below contains information on the most popular products. Refer to the On-machine Connectivity Catalog, publication M115-CA001 for more
options and additional information.
If you want
select
catalog number
Straight Mini Male Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-NM1
Straight Mini Female Terminal Chamber, Thin, screw type
871A-TS5-N1
KwikLink Accessories/Miscellaneous
Flat Cable Conduit Adapter
1485A-CAD
Flat Cable Mounting Clamp
1485A-FCM
Standalone Flat Cable End Cap
1485A-KCAP
Sealing Cap, Micro, Plastic
1485A-M12
Terminal Block Assembly, DeviceNet
1492-DN3TW
Open-style, 10-position Linear Plug (bag of 10pcs)
1787-PLUG-10R
You can customize your status and fault reporting with operator interface
offerings from Rockwell Automation.
Selecting an Operator
Interface
Step 6 - Select:
• an operator interface,
if needed
Table 2.11 DeviceNet Operator Interfaces
If you need to
select
catalog number
display data for triggered alarms and
allow operators to control operations
from keypads and touchscreen
PanelView Standard Operator
Terminals
See Table 2.12 on page 2-22.
PanelBuilder32 Software for
configuration purposes
2711-ND3
InView Message
Displays
See Table 2.13 on page 2-22.
InView Configuration
Software
2706-PSW1
InView DeviceNet Communications Module for
2706-P4x Displays
2706-PDNETM
InView DeviceNet Communications Module for
2706-P7x Displays
2706-PDNETK
InView DeviceNet Communications Module
(DIN Rail) for 2706-P22R Displays
2706-PDNETP
communicate alarms, status, and other
important messages across the plant
floor
specifications
• supports 1 connection
• scheduled and
unscheduled messaging
• I/O change-of-state,
polling, and cyclic
messaging
• supports 1 connection
• unscheduled messaging
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Table 2.11 DeviceNet Operator Interfaces
If you need to
select
catalog number
a way to enhance safety visibly and
audibly
Bulletin 855T Control Tower
Stack Lights
Construct a catalog number from the
components listed in Table 2.14 on page
2-23.
specifications
• I/O polling messaging
a rugged, industrially proven pushbutton
station
Bulletin 800E Pushbutton
Station
Because of the number of catalog
numbers associated with the Bulletin
800E Push Button Station, contact your
Rockwell Automation representative or
local Allen-Bradley Distributor to order
• I/O change-of-state,
polling, and cyclic
messaging
• built-in DeviceLogix™ for
local control of devices
a way to hang a monitoring device on
your network
Bulletin 800E Pendant Stations
1 Illuminated Pushbutton
1 Pushbutton, 1 Pilot Light
800E-PND1
800E-PND2
• I/O change-of-state and
bit strobe messaging
Table 2.12 PanelView Standard DeviceNet Operator Interface Ordering Information
Keypad catalog
number1
Keypad and Touch
catalog number1
Touch terminal
catalog number1
description
2711-K3A10L1
N/A
N/A
PanelView 300 Monochrome, DeviceNet Communication & RS-232
Printer Port
2711-K5A10
2711-B5A10
2711-T5A10L1
PanelView 550 Monochrome, DeviceNet Communication & RS-232
Printer Port
2711-K6C10
2711-B6C10
2711-T6C10L1
PanelView 600 Color, DeviceNet Communication & RS-232 Printer
Port
2711-K10G10
N/A
2711-T10G10
PanelView 1000 Gray Scale, DeviceNet Communication & RS-232
Printer Port
2711-K10C10
N/A
2711-T10C10
PanelView 1000 Color, DeviceNet Communication & RS-232 Printer
Port
1 To order a PanelView 550, 600, or 1000 terminal with dc power instead of ac power, add L1 to the catalog number. PanelView 300, 550 Touch, and
600 Touch are 24V dc only.
Table 2.13 InView Message Displays Ordering Information
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Catalog number
description
2706-P22R
Inview Panel Mount, 2 Lines, 20 Characters, Red LED, NEMA Type 4X
2706-P42R
InView 1 or 2 Lines, 12 or 20 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H, Red LED, NEMA Type 12
2706-P42C
InView 1 or 2 Lines, 12 or 20 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H
2706-P44R
InView 1 or 2 Line, 24 or 40 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H, Red LED, NEMA Type 12
2706-P44C
InView 1 or 2 Line, 24 or 40 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H, Tricolor LED, NEMA Type 12
2706-P72CN2
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 24 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4
2706-P74CN2
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 40 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4
2706-P72CN1
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 24 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4X
2706-P74CN1
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 40 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4X
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Table 2.14 Bulletin 855T Control Tower Stack Lights Ordering Information
Sample catalog number: 855T-DM1BCB
bulletin
network
cable type
color
base type
855T-
D (DeviceNet)
M1 - 1m Micro Connector
S2 - 2m Stranded Wire
L1 - 1m Mini Connector
B - Black
G - Gray
CB - Surface 1/2” NPT
Conduit Mount
SB - Surface PG16 Conduit Mount
VM - Vertical Mount
PM10 - 10cm Pole Mount
PM25 - 25cm Pole Mount
TM - 25mm Diameter Tube Mount
Rockwell Automation offers a full line of tough sensors that are able to stand
up to harsh industrial conditions.
Selecting Sensors
Step 7 - Select:
• the correct sensor for
your application
Table 2.15 DeviceNet Sensors
If you want to use sensors in
select
catalog number
specifications
harsh environments such as breweries
and food processing plants, with
temperatures up to 70º C, or
high-pressure washdowns and many
harsh solvents
SmartSight 9000 Sensors
See Table 2.16 on page 2-24.
• NEMA 6P, IP67, 1200 psi
washdown rating
• choose from micro or mini style
connectors or an attached 2m
CPE drop cable
• I/O change-of-state and strobe
messaging
material handling and packaging
industries where shorter sensing
distances are required
RightSight Photoelectric Sensors
See Table 2.17 on page 2-24.
• NEMA 4X, IP67 1200 psi
washdown rating
• I/O change-of-state and strobe
messaging
potentially corrosive environments such
as metalworking, food processing and
material handling industries
Bulletin 871TM Inductive Proximity
Sensors
See Table 2.18 on page 2-25
• 1200 psi (8,270 kPa) washdown
rating
• available with mini or micro
QD, or 2m CPE jacketed cable
• I/O change-of-state and strobe
messaging
applications which require heavy-duty
pilot ratings, a high degree of versatility
and rugged, oil-tight construction. The
sensors’s patented 3-way shaft seal
design offers superior fluid resistance.
Bulletin 802DN Limit Switches
See Table 2.19 on page 2-25.
• NEMA 13 and IP65 (IEC529)
rating
• available with mini or micro
QD, or 2m CPE jacketed cable
• I/O change-of-state and strobe
messaging, and Devicenet
connectivity is built right in.
applications which require direct
connection to DeviceNet for advanced
functionality with reduced wiring cost
Bulletin 842D Absolute Multi-function
Rotary Encoders
842D-60131331BDA (Micro Connector)
842D-60131331BXA (Dual Micro
Connector [one male, one female])
• NEMA 4, 13 and IP66 (IEC 529)
rating
• five-pin micro quick disconnect
• I/O change-of-state and strobe
messaging
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Table 2.16 SmartSight 9000 Sensor Ordering Information
Sensing mode
connection type
catalog number
Retroreflective
2m Cable
Micro QD
Mini QD
42GNU-9020
42GNU-9020-QD
42GNU-9020-QD1
Polarized Retroreflective
2m Cable
Micro QD
Mini QD
42GNU-9220
42GNU-9220-QD
42GNU-9220-QD1
Standard Diffuse
2m Cable
Micro QD
Mini QD
42GNP-9020
42GNP-9020-QD
42GNP-9020-QD1
2m Cable
Micro QD
Mini QD
Light Source Models
42GNL-9040
42GNL-9040-QD
42GNL-9040-QD1
2m Cable
Micro QD
Mini QD
Receiver Models
42GNR-9020
42GNR-9020-QD
42GNR-9020-QD1
IR Glass Fiber Optic
2m Cable
Micro QD
Mini QD
42GNF-9020
42GNF-9020-QD
42GNF-9020-QD1
Visible Red Plastic Fiber Optic
2m Cable
Micro QD
Mini QD
42GNF-9120
42GNF-9120-QD
42GNF-9120-QD1
ClearSight Clear Object Detector
2m Cable
Micro QD
Mini QD
42GNC-9120
42GNC-9120-QD
42GNC-9120-QD1
Transmitted Beam
Table 2.17 RightSight Sensor Ordering Information
Sensing mode
connection type
catalog number
Polarized Retroreflective
5-pin Micro QD
42EF-P2LDB-F5
Standard Diffuse
5-pin Micro QD
42EF-D1LDAK-F5
Sharp Cutoff Diffuse
5-pin Micro QD
42EF-S1LDA-F5
Background Suppression
5-pin Micro QD
42EF-B1LDBC-F5 (50mm)
42EF-B1LDBE-F5 (100mm)
Glass Fiber Optic
5-pin Micro QD
42EF-G1LDA-F5
2m 300V Cable
4-pin Micro QD
5-pin Micro QD
Light Source Models
42EF-E1EZB-A2
42EF-E1EZB-F4
42EF-E1EDZB-F5
Transmitted Beam
5-pin Micro QD
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Receiver Models
42EF-R9LDBV-F5 (4m)
42EF-R9LDB-F5 (20m)
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Table 2.18 Bulletin 871TM Inductive Proximity Sensors Ordering Information
Barrel style
connection type
catalog number
18mm Shielded
Cable
Mini QD
Micro QD
871TM-D5ED18-S2
871TM-D5ED18-N5
871TM-D5ED18-D5
18mm Unshielded
Cable
Mini QD
Micro QD
871TM-D8ED18-S2
871TM-D8ED18-N5
871TM-D8ED18-D5
30mm Shielded
Cable
Mini QD
Micro QD
871TM-D10ED30-S2
871TM-D10ED30-N5
871TM-D10ED30-D5
30mm Unshielded
Cable
Mini QD
Micro QD
871TM-D15ED30-S2
871TM-D15ED30-N5
871TM-D15ED30-D5
Table 2.19 Bulletin 802DN DeviceNet Limit Switch Ordering Information
Lever movement
connection type
catalog number
Clockwise or Counterclockwise
(Spring Return)
Micro
Mini
2 m Cable
802DN-AD5
802DN-AN5
802DN-AS2
Wide Belt Roller Lever Arm
Model
Micro
Mini
2m Cable
802DN-WBRD5
802DN-WBRN5
802DN-WBRS2
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The Powermonitor family is a group of 16-bit microprocessor-based, digital
instruments for integrating the measured and calculated power parameters of
industrial, commercial, and utility power systems. Data from the
Powermonitor family of devices can be communicated over the DeviceNet
network.
Selecting a Power
Management Solution
Step 8 - Select:
• the correct
Powermonitor for your application
• a configuration module (if needed)
• RSLinx software for software
messaging
• RSNetWorx and RSPower32
software for configuration and
monitoring
Combined with Allen-Bradley Controllers, I/O, Motor Control Centers
(MCC), and Drives, these products enable energy consumers to use data to
take appropriate action. Power and Energy management Solutions specialty
modules, designed exclusively for the power industry, provide additional
capabilities and functionality.
Table 2.20 DeviceNet Power Management Solutions
If you want
select
to integrate the measured and
calculated power parameters of
industrial, commercial, and utility power
systems.
The on-board microprocessor and an
advanced field-configurable
communication interface allow the unit
to be used as either a stand-alone power
monitor and control device, or as one
element in a large energy monitoring
system.
Powermonitor ll
Master Module
Power Supply 120/240V ac
50/60 Hz or 125/250V dc, 5 A,
Full Scale Current
Power Supply 24V ac 50/60 Hz or 24V/48V dc, 5 A,
Full Scale Current
Power Supply 120/240V ac 50/60 Hz or 125/250V
dc, 1 A, Full Scale Current
Power Supply 24V ac 50/60 Hz or 24V/48V dc, 1 A,
Full Scale Current
Display Module
120/240V ac 50/60 Hz or 125/250V dc
24V ac 50/60 Hz or 24V/48V dc
DeviceNet Communication Module
RSPower32 Configuration Software
two active communication ports. The
Master Module sets the required
communications configuration
parameters. One port is dedicated to
DeviceNet and the other is dedicated to
DF1-RS-485
catalog number
Powermonitor 3000
specifications
1403-MM05A
• I/O change-of-state, cyclic,
polled, and bit strobed
messaging
1403-MM05B
1403-MM01A
1403-MM01B
1403-DMA
1403-DMB
1403-NDNET
9307-RSP32WENE
9307-RSP32RENE
Construct a catalog
number from the
components listed in
Table 2.21 on page
2-26.
• supports up to 4 connections
• I/O change-of-state, cyclic and
polled messaging
RSPower32 Configuration Software
9307-RSP32WENE
9307-RSP32RENE
Table 2.21 Powermonitor 3000 Ordering Information
Bulletin
type of device
current inputs
power supply
communications options
1404-
M4 - Master
Module with
3-phase Metering
and Pulse Input
Conversion,
Setpoints and I/O,
Data Logging
M6 - All of M4 plus
Oscillography,
Harmonics, sag and
Swell, and Load
Factor Lag
05 - 5 Amps
A - 120V-24V ac
50-60Hz or
125V-250V dc
B - 18V-50V dc
000 - None
232 - RS-232 Serial
DNT - DeviceNet
RIO - Remote I/O
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Selecting a Motor
Starter/Protector
Step 9 - Select:
• the appropriate starter or overload relay for your
application
• RSLinx software for software
messaging
• RSNetWorx software for configuration
and monitoring
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Electric motors handle more than half the workload of a network, providing
the power for virtually every process involved in your application. Rockwell
Automation offers these motor starters and protectors for the DeviceNet
network.
Table 2.22 DeviceNet Motor Starters and Protectors
If you want
select
catalog number
a simple, cost-effective networked motor
controller for
integrating combination starters,
variable frequency control, I/O and
network capabilities in your On-Machine
architecture
ArmorStart Distributed Motor Controller
Bulletin 280
Bulletin 281
Bulletin 284
a simplified DeviceNet sensor, solenoid
and starter connection— the industry’s
first specific purpose, gland-platemounted inputs and outputs
Modular DSA System (MDSA)
DeviceNet Host with M12
Connector
DeviceNet Host
DC Input/Relay Out Starter Module
AC Combination Module
DC Combination Module
Sensor Module
Gland Output Module
DIN DC Input Module
DIN DC Input Module, Sourced
DIN Relay Output Module
Gland Plate
quick integration of low-level devices
with minimal I/O requirements into the
DeviceNet network
Bulletin 100 DeviceNet Starter Auxiliary Module
(DSA Module)
120V ac, 2 Inputs, 1 Relay Output
Module
24V dc, 2 Inputs, 1 Relay Output Module
24V dc, 2 Inputs, 10 Solid-state Output Module
120V ac, 4 Inputs, 2 Relay Outputs Module
24V dc, 4 Inputs, 2 Relay Outputs Module
24V dc, 4 Inputs, 2 Solid-state Output Module
to monitor motor performance and
protect motors to prevent and minimize
production downtime
For more information, see
publication 280-SG001.
E3 Solid-State Overload Relay
198-DNG
198-DN
198-IB2XOW1
198-IA2XOW1
198-IB2XOB1
198-IB2S
198-IA2
198-IB4
198-IB45
198-OW2
198-G1P
100-DNY21R
specifications
• full voltage and
reversing
• Variable Frequency
AC Drive using
PowerFlex
technology
• Horsepower range
0.5-10 Hp (0.25-7.5
kW)
• robust IP67 NEMA
Type 4 enclosure
rating
• modular plug and
play design
• DeviceLogix
Component
Technology
• connectivity to
ArmorPoint
Distributed I/O
Products
• ControlNet, EtherNet
and Profibus
communications via
ArmorPoint
• supports up to 6 I/O
modules on gland
plate, 16 on DIN rail
• I/O change-of-state,
cyclic and polling
messaging
• I/O change-of-state,
and polling
messaging
100-DNY22R
100-DNY22S
100-DNY41R
100-DNY42R
100-DNX42S
See Table 2.23 on page 2-28.
• I/O change-of-state,
cyclic and polling
messaging
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Table 2.22 DeviceNet Motor Starters and Protectors
If you want
select
catalog number
soft start motor starting capabilities for
both star-delta and standard
squirrel-cage induction motors,
advanced protection and diagnostics in a
compact, maintainable, modular
cost-effective package
SMC-Flex Smart Motor Controller
Bulletin 150
a compact, modular motor protective
(system) device that uniquely allows an
installer to configure a device's
functional capabilities to match the
application requirements
Modular Protection System
an integrated hardware, software and
communication motor control center.
Features built-in DeviceNet cabling and
pre-configured software which shows
real-time data, trending, component
history, wiring diagrams, user manuals
and spare parts.
Bulletin 2100 IntelliCENTER™ Motor Control
Center
For more information, see
publication 150-SG008.
Bulletin 825-P
For more information, see
publication 825-PP011.
visit www.ab.com/intellicenter
for details.
specifications
• reduction in heat
with built-in bypass
• compact footprint
saves panel space
• DPI communications
(same as PowerFlex
Drives)
• Full metering
package for system
diagnostics
• advanced diagnostics
increases system
performance
• greater product
functionality for
increased system
flexibility
• 0.5-5000 A current
range
• suitable for low- and
medium-voltage
applications
• modular design with
pluggable options
• 12 channel RTD
monitoring option
• DeviceNet
communication
option card
incorporates
DeviceLogix
component
technology
• see publication
2100-TD005 for
details
Table 2.23 E3 Overload Relay Ordering Information
Description
adjustment range (a)
catalog number
IEC Configured E3 Solid-state Overload Relays (2 inputs/2 outputs)
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C09...100-C23
1-5
193-EC1AB
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C09...100-C23
3-15
193-EC1BB
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C09...100-C23
5-25
193-EC1CB
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C30...100-C43
1-5
193-EC1AD
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C30...100-C43
3-15
193-EC1BD
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C30...100-C43
5-25
193-EC1CD
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C30...100-C43
9-45
193-EC1DD
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C60... 100-C65
9-45
193-EC1DE
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C60... 100-C85
18-60
193-EC1EE
IEC Configured E3 Plus Solid-state Overload Relays (4 inputs/2 outputs)
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C09...100-C23
1-5
193-EC2AB
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C09...100-C23
3-15
193-EC2BB
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Table 2.23 E3 Overload Relay Ordering Information
Description
adjustment range (a)
catalog number
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C09...100-C23
5-25
193-EC2CB
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C30...100-C43
1-5
193-EC2AD
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C30...100-C43
3-15
193-EC2BD
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C30...100-C43
5-25
193-EC2CD
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C30...100-C43
9-45
193-EC2DD
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C60... 100-C85
9-45
193-EC2DE
Direct Contactor Mount 100-C60... 100-C85
18-90
193-EC2EE
NEMA Configured E3 Solid-state Overload Relays (1 input/1 output)
Direct Mount 500-TO_
1-5
592-EC1AT
Direct Mount 500-TO
3-15
592-EC1BT
Direct Mount 500-AO_, 500-BO_,500-CO_
1-5
592-EC1AC
Direct Mount 500-AO_,500-BO_,500-CO_
3-15
592-EC1BC
Direct Mount 500-AO_,500-BO_,500-CO_
5-25
592-EC1CC
Direct Mount 500-AO_,500-BO_,500-CO_
9-45
592-EC1DC
Direct Mount 500-DO_
9-45
592-EC1DD
Direct Mount 500-DO_
18-90
592-EC1ED
NEMA Configured E3 Solid-state Overload Relays (4 inputs/2 outputs)
Direct Mount 500-TO_
1-5
592-EC2AT
Direct Mount 500-TO
3-15
592-EC2BT
Direct Mount 500-AO_, 500-BO_,500-CO_
1-5
592-EC2AC
Direct Mount 500-AO_,500-BO_,500-CO_
3-15
592-EC2BC
Direct Mount 500-AO_,500-BO_,500-CO_
5-25
592-EC2CC
Direct Mount 500-AO_,500-BO_,500-CO_
9-45
592-EC2DC
Direct Mount 500-DO_
9-45
592-EC2DD
Direct Mount 500-DO_
18-90
592-EC2ED
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Selecting a Drive
Step 10 - Select:
• the appropriate drive for your
application
• a communication module
(if needed)
• RSLinx software for software
messaging
• RSNetWorx software for
configuration and monitoring
• DriveTools software for online or
offline programming,
configuration and
troubleshooting of drives and
peripherals
• DriveExplorer software for online
monitoring and configuring of
drives and drive peripherals
Rockwell Automation drives are a full family of adjustable speed drives that
can connect to the DeviceNet networks. These drives can be configured
locally via a Human Interface Module (HIM), or over the network at any
point—during start-up or runtime. You can read diagnostics (current draw,
phase, output, voltage, etc.) from a PC or operator interface. Data from the
drives can be used for monitoring, trending, and analysis to fine-tune your
processes.
Table 2.24 DeviceNet Drives
If you want
select
catalog number
versatility and robust performance in a
compact, low cost, space saving design
PowerFlex 40 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
DeviceNet Communication
Adapter
22-COMM-D
versatile, application-configurable
features, such as volts-per-hertz or
sensorless vector control, in a compact,
panel-mount package
PowerFlex 70 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
DeviceNet Communication
Adapter
20-COMM-D
outstanding performance in an
easy-to-use drive, the PowerFlex 700 is
designed for applications with
requirements ranging from the simplest
speed control to the most demanding
torque control
PowerFlex 700 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
DeviceNet Communication
Adapter
20-COMM-D
optimized integration for the most
demanding drive control and drive
system applications. The PowerFlex
700S with DriveLogix combines the
powerful performance and flexible
control of PowerFlex AC drives with the
high-performance Logix engine.
PowerFlex 700S AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
DeviceNet Communication
Adapter
20-COMM-D
near sinusoidal motor waveform for use
with new and retrofit standard medium
voltage motors
PowerFlex 7000 Medium
Voltage Drive
7000A
7000B
7000LC
DeviceNet Communication Adapter
20-COMM-D
Bulletin 160 Smart Speed
Controller
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
a low-cost solution for controlling and
monitoring a drive. This module attaches
directly to the front of the drive, adding
less than one inch (25mm) to the overall
depth.
160-DN2
DeviceNet Communication
Module
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specifications
• 0.4 to 11 kW, 0.5 to 105HP
• voltage ratings of 100-120V /
200-240V / 380-480V /
500-600V
• Volts/Hertz or Sensorless
Vector control
• Slip compensation
• 0.37 to 37 kW; 0.5 to 50 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V /
380-480V / 500-600V
• Volts/Hertz or Sensorless
Vector control
• 0.37 to 132 kW, 0.5 to 200 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V,
380-480V, 500-690V
• Volts/Hertz, Sensorless Vector,
and Vector Control
• 0.75 to 400 kW, 1 to 600 HP
with voltage ratings of
380-480V
• 0.75 to 55 kW, 1 to 75 HP with
Voltage ratings of 200-240V
• Offers embedded Logix control
• 150-8,500 hp
• Digital Sensorless Direct
Vector
• Full Vector Control with Tach
Feedback (optional)
• 0.37 to 4 kW, 0.5 to 5 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V
and 380-460V
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Table 2.24 DeviceNet Drives
If you want
select
catalog number
a variable speed drive designed to
control the speed of three-phase ac
induction motors
Bulletin 1305 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
specifications
DeviceNet Communication
Module
1203-GK5
1203-GU6
excellent speed control and torque
performance of a powerful sensorless
vector drive
an extremely large feature set for any
application
1336 PLUS II AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
DeviceNet Communication
Module
1203-GK5 (External)
1336-GM5 (Internal)
1203-GU6 (External)
1336-GU6 (Internal)
precise motor speed and torque control
necessary to handle some of the most
demanding drive applications, including
many that are typically reserved for dc
drives. Force Technology, an
Allen-Bradley patented Flux Vector
Control method, has a proven, unique
ability to separate and independently
control motor torque down to zero speed.
1336 IMPACT AC Drive with
Force Technology™
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
DeviceNet Communication
Module
1203-GK5 (External)
1336-GM5 (Internal)
1203-GU6 (External)
1336-GU6 (Internal)
precise speed and torque control
necessary to handle demanding
applications, including those that are
typically used for dc drives. With a
built-in auto-tuning feature, the 1336
FORCE drive can tune itself to the motor
nameplate data. This drive also uses
Force Technology.
1336 FORCE AC Drive with
Force Technology
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
DeviceNet Communication
Module
1203-GK5 (External)
1336-GM5 (Internal)
1203-GU6 (External)
1336-GU6 (Internal)
easy integration into automation
systems. Drive communication is via
SCANport™, a highly flexible
communication link.
Bulletin 1397 Digital DC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
DeviceNet Communication
Module
1203-GK5 (External)
1203-GU6 (External)
• 0.37 to 4 kW, 0.5 to 5 HP with
voltage rating of 380-460V
• 0.5 to 3 HP with voltage rating
of 200-230V
• 0.37 to 448 kW, 0.5 to 600 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V /
380-480V / 500-600V
• Volts/Hertz or Sensorless
Vector control
• 0.37 to 597 kW, 0.5 to 800 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V /
380-480V / 500-600V
• patented current regulator for
true control of motor torque
• 16-step speed profiling for
speed change based on time,
encoder counts or hardware
input
• 0.75 to 597 kW, 1 to 800 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V /
380-480V / 575V
• controls torque directly and can
deliver full torque at all speeds
down to zero RPM
• built-in auto-tuning helps drive
to tune itself to the motor and
connected load
• 2.2 to 224 kW, 3 to 300 HP at
460 V
• 1.2 to 112 kW, 1.5 to 150 HP at
230V
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Selecting Motion Control
Solutions
Step 11 - Select:
• the correct
drive for your application
• RSLinx software for software
messaging
• RSNetWorx software for configuration
and monitoring
Whatever your motion control requirements, Rockwell Automation’s product
line satisfies the most challenging motion control tasks. From feed-to-length
and flying shear applications to high-speed packaging, labeling and stamping,
our motion control drives for DeviceNet provide precision and flexibility.
Table 2.25 DeviceNet Motion Control Solutions
If you want
select
catalog number
specifications
to operate your digital servo drive
directly from any compatible
control, such as a PLC. This drive,
with its powerful indexing feature,
is a cost-effective solution for
point-to-point applications.
Ultra3000 Digital Servo Drive, 500W
Ultra3000 Indexing Drive, 500W
Ultra3000 Digital Servo Drive, 1kW
Ultra3000 Indexing Drive, 1kW
Ultra3000 Digital Servo Drive, 2kW
Ultra3000 Indexing Drive, 2kW
Ultra3000 Digital Servo Drive, 3kW
Ultra3000 Indexing Drive, 3kW
Ultra3000 Digital Servo Drive, 7.5kW
Ultra3000 Indexing Drive, 7.5kW
Ultra3000 Digital Servo Drive, 15kW
Ultra3000 Indexing Drive, 15kW
2098-DSD-005-DN
2098-DSD-005X-DN
2098-DSD-010-DN
2098-DSD-010X-DN
2098-DSD-020-DN
2098-DSD-020X-DN
2098-DSD-030-DN
2098-DSD-030X-DN
2098-DSD-075-DN
2098-DSD-075X-DN
2098-DSD-150-DN
2098-DSD-150X-DN
• I/O change-of-state, cyclic, and
polling messaging
to operate your digital servo drive
directly from any compatible
control, such as a PLC. When
communicating over the
DeviceNet network, the Ultra5000
user program can dynamically
adjust to changing commands and
parameters from a supervisory PLC
or Operator Interface.
Ultra5000 Positioning Drive, 500W
Ultra5000 Positioning Drive, 1kW
Ultra5000 Positioning Drive, 2kW
Ultra5000 DeviceNet Expansion Kit
2098-IPD-005-DN
2098-IPD-010-DN
2098-IPD-020-DN
2090-U5EK-DN
• I/O change-of-state, cyclic, and
polling messaging
a full-featured digital ac,
closed-loop servo controller that
integrates multi-axis motion
control and servo drive functions.
One- to four-axis-field
configurable.
Bulletin 1394 Digital, AC,
Multi-Axis Motion Control System
Construct a catalog number from the
components listed in Table 2.26 on page
2-32.
• I/O change-of-state, cyclic, and
polling messaging
Table 2.26 Bulletin 1394 Digital AC Motion Control System Ordering Information
Sample catalog number: 1394C-SJT05A
Bulletin
type
input voltage
input phase
kW rating
factory installed options
1394C-
S - System
Module
J - 380/460V ac,
50/60 Hz
T - Three-phase
05 - 5kW
10 - 10kW
22 - 22kW
A - With +/- 10V dc
analog Input (no HIM)
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Selecting DeviceNet Products
Selecting an XM
Machinery Protection and
Condition Monitoring
Solution
Step 12 - Select:
• the correct
XM module
• the corresponding terminal
base and serial communication
cable
• a power supply
• a relay module (if required)
2-33
The XM series is a group of intelligent, specialty I/O modules designed for
machinery protection and condition monitoring. The XM modules monitor
critical machinery parameters such as vibration, temperature, position, and
speed. This information is processed within the XM modules in real-time
using advanced amplitude and frequency alarming techniques to determine
whether machinery is operating within acceptable parameters. When limits are
exceeded, XM modules can notify operators, capture data and/or actuate
relays as appropriate for the detected fault. The XM series of modules
communicates over DeviceNet or may be deployed as stand-alone solutions
using built-in 4-20 mA outputs, integral relays and buffered outputs.
Combined with Allen-Bradley Controllers, Operator Interfaces, I/O, Motor
Control Centers and Drives, these products provide maintenance and
operations with intelligent information to aid in protecting machinery from
catastrophic failures and planning production and maintenance activities.
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Selecting DeviceNet Products
If you want
select
catalog number
an intelligent 2 channels plus speed
general purpose module designed to
monitor high performance
turbo-machinery as well general purpose
machines
XM-120 Dynamic Measurement Module
Terminal Base
Serial Communications
Cable
24V Power Supply (AB
1606-series
recommended)
1440-VST02-01RA
1440-TB-A
1440-SCDB9FXM2
• serial configuration utility
included
• 2 4-20 mA outputs
• 2 4-20 mA Outputs
• 1 onboard relay
• 24 Bit A-D
• intelligent band alarming
• Time Waveform and FFT
• 2 Voltage inputs from eddy
current probes,
accelerometers, velocity
sensors, tachometers and other
dynamic sensors
• 1 speed reference tachometer
input
• modules feature removal and
insertion under power (RIUP)
an intelligent 2 channels plus speed
module designed for monitoring low
speed machinery
XM-121 Low Frequency Measurement
Module
1440-VLF02-01RA
Terminal Base
Serial Communications
Cable
24V Power Supply (AB
1606-series
recommended)
1440-TB-A
1440-SCDB9FXM2
• serial configuration utility
included
• 2 4-20 mA outputs
• 2 4-20 mA Outputs
• 1 onboard relay
• 24 Bit A-D
• intelligent band alarming
• Time Waveform and FFT
• 2 Voltage inputs from eddy
current probes,
accelerometers, velocity
sensors, tachometers and other
dynamic sensors
• 1 speed reference tachometer
input
• modules feature removal and
insertion under power (RIUP)
an intelligent 2-channel special purpose
vibration monitor for monitoring
machines with rolling element bearings
where continuous real-time protection is
not required
XM-122 gSE Vibration Module
Terminal Base
Serial Communications
Cable
24V Power Supply (AB
1606-series
recommended)
1440-VGS02-01RA
1440-TB-A
1440-SCDB9FXM2
• serial configuration utility
included
• 2 4-20 mA outputs
• 2 4-20 mA Outputs
• 1 onboard relay
• 24 Bit A-D
• intelligent band alarming
• Time Waveform and FFT
• 2 Voltage inputs from eddy
current probes,
accelerometers, velocity
sensors, tachometers and other
dynamic sensors
• 1 speed reference tachometer
input
• modules feature removal and
insertion under power (RIUP)
an intelligent 6-channel general purpose
process monitor that can measure DC
voltage or current loop inputs
XM-360 Process Module
Terminal Base
Serial Communications
Cable
24V Power Supply (AB
1606-series
recommended)
1440-TPR06-00RE
1440-TB-E
1440-SCDB9FXM2
• serial configuration utility
included
• 6 dc voltage or current loop
inputs.
• 6 (1 per channel) 4-20 mA
outputs
• overall and rate of change
alarming
• modules feature removal and
insertion under power (RIUP)
an intelligent 6-channel general purpose
temperature module that can be
configured to accept measurements from
an RTD or isolated thermocouple
XM-361 Universal Temperature Module
1440-TUN-06-00RE
Terminal Base
Serial Communications
Cable
24V Power Supply (AB
1606-series
recommended)
1440-TB-E
1440-SCDB9FXM2
• serial configuration utility
included
• 6 temperature inputs
• 6 (1 per channel) 4-20 mA
outputs
• overall and rate of change
alarming
• modules feature removal and
insertion under power (RIUP)
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If you want
select
catalog number
an intelligent 6-channel general purpose
temperature module that can be
configured to accept measurements from
an RTD or isolated thermocouple
XM-362 Thermocouple Temperature
Module
1440-TTC06-00RE
an intelligent 2-channel multi-purpose
monitor for measuring axial position
(thrust), valve position, case expansion,
or differential expansion
XM-320 Position Module
Terminal Base
Serial Communications
Cable
24V Power Supply (AB
1606-series
recommended)
1440-TPS02-01RB
1440-TB-B
1440-SCDB9FXM2
• serial configuration utility
included
• modules feature removal and
insertion under power (RIUP)
to add 4 relay outputs to any XM
network, as well as providing XM bus
master capabilities for remote, shared,
and voted relay operation
XM-440 Master Relay Module
Terminal Base
Serial Communications
Cable
24V Power Supply (AB
1606-series
recommended)
1440-RMA00-04RC
1440-TB-C
1440-SCDB9FXM2
• serial configuration utility
included
• modules feature removal and
insertion under power (RIUP)
to add 4 additional relays to any XM
measurement module (12X, 32X, 36X)
XM-441 Relay Expansion Module
Terminal Base
Serial Communications
Cable
24V Power Supply (AB
1606-series
recommended)
1440-REX00-04RD
1440-TB-D
1440-SCDB9FXM2
• serial configuration utility
included
• modules feature removal and
insertion under power (RIUP)
to provide a gateway from
DeviceNet-enabled devices to TCP/IP or
EtherNet/IP protocols
XM-500 EtherNet/IP Gateway
Module
RSMACC Enterprise Online
XM Emonitor Gateway
1440-GWEN2DN
•
•
•
•
Terminal Base
Serial Communications
Cable
24V Power Supply (AB
1606-series
recommended)
1440-TB-E
1440-SCDB9FXM2
specifications
• serial configuration utility
included
• 6 temperature inputs
• 6 (1 per channel) 4-20 mA
outputs
• overall and rate of change
alarming
• modules feature removal and
insertion under power (RIUP)
7-32V dc
130-140 mA @ 24V dc
baud rate: 125, 250 OR 500 kb
I/O, change-of-state, bit strobe
and explicit messaging
• SMTP, FTP, and HTTP protocols
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Selecting DeviceNet Products
Selecting a Linking Device
Step 13 - Select:
• a linking device, if needed
With Rockwell Automation’s linking devices, you can reduce control device
costs because you can leverage existing network structures to access data from
other level networks. You can also expand the number of nodes on other
networks, such as ControlNet.
Table 2.27 Linking Devices
If you want to
select
catalog number
link a ControlNet network to a DeviceNet
network.
ControlNet-to-DeviceNet
Linking Device
1788-CN2DN
• supports ControlNet redundant
cabling connections and 1
DeviceNet connection
• supports DeviceNet I/O
change-of-state, polling, cyclic
and bit strobe messaging
• One side of the Linking Device
is a DeviceNet scanner with
the capacity for handling 500
bytes of data in and out from
DeviceNet-compliant devices,
such as sensors, drives, I/O
blocks and pneumatic valves.
The other side is a ControlNet
scheduled adapter with
redundant media
communications and a Network
Access Port.
bridge explicit messages from an
EtherNet/IP network to a DeviceNet
network
or
scan the DeviceNet network via
EtherNet/IP
EtherNet/IP-to-DeviceNet
Linking Device
1788-EN2DN
• use with any Logix controller, or
any third-party controller with
EtherNet/IP support
• supports DeviceNet explicit
messaging
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specifications
Section
3
Selecting ControlNet Products
The following products are available for the ControlNet network:
For information on this topic:
See page:
Selecting a Controller Platform
3-3
Selecting I/O
3-4
Selecting Software
3-6
Selecting PC Interfaces
3-7
Selecting Media
3-8
Selecting Repeater Modules and Adapters
3-10
Selecting an Operator Interface
3-12
Selecting a Drive
3-15
Selecting a Linking Device
3-17
Use Table 3.1 below as a checklist for completing your own system
specification. Check off the items you need, then contact your Rockwell
Automation representative for ordering information.
Table 3.1 System Selection Checklist
Select the required
Controller platform
SLC 500
FlexLogix
PLC-5
ControlLogix
SoftLogix5800
DriveLogix-enabled device
I/O devices
1734 POINT I/O
1738 ArmorPoint I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1746 I/O
1746 I/O
1756 I/O
1771 I/O
Software
RSLogix 5
RSLogix 500
RSLogix 5000
RSLinx
RSNetWorx
RSView ME or SE
1
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Table 3.1 System Selection Checklist
Select the required
PC interface
PCMCIA Communication Interface Card
PCI Bus Interface Card
PCI Bus I/O Bridge Card
ISA Bus Interface Card
ISA Bus Scanner Card
Serial Communication Module
Media
Tap Kits
Connectors
Cable
Connector Kits
Accessories
Repeater modules and
adapters
Repeater Modules
Repeater Adapters
Operator interfaces
PanelView Plus Operator Terminals
VersaView CE Industrial Computers
PanelView Standard Operator Terminals
InView Message Display
Drives
PowerFlex 70 AC Drive
PowerFlex 700 AC Drive
PowerFlex 700S AC Drive
PowerFlex 7000 Medium Voltage Drive
Bulletin 1305 AC Drive
1336 Plus II AC Drive
1336 IMPACT AC Drive
1336 Force AC Drive
Bulletin 1397 Digital DC Drive
Linking devices
ControlNet-to-DeviceNet Linking Device
ControlNet-to-Foundation Fieldbus Linking Device
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3-3
Various controller platforms are available for the ControlNet network. Choose
from the following:
Selecting a Controller
Platform
•
•
•
•
•
•
Step 1 - Select:
• a controller
platform
SLC 500 controllers
FlexLogix controllers
PLC-5 controllers
ControlLogix controllers
SoftLogix5800 controllers
DriveLogix-enabled device (PowerFlex 700S only; not covered in this
section. Refer to Selecting a Drive on page 3-15 for more information
on PowerFlex 700S with DriveLogix.)
Rockwell Automation also offers the ProcessLogix System, a DCS-like process
control system, for your batch and process applications. Contact your
Rockwell Automation representative for details
See Table 3.2 below to select a controller for your application. For further help
in selecting the best controller platform for your application, visit the
controller family selector at www.ab.com.
Table 3.2 Controller Selection Matrix
Feature
SLC 500
CompactLogix
FlexLogix
PLC-5
ControlLogix
SoftLogix5800
Memory (max)
1 word = 10 Logix
bytes
64K words
1.5Mbyte
512Kbyte
100K words
8Mbyte
PC-dependent
I/O (max)
Up to 4096 points
Up to 30 Compact I/O
modules
512 digital points or
128 analog points, or
a mix of both
512 - 3072 points
(DeviceNet and
ControlNet provide
additional I/O
capacity)
Up to 128,000 digital
points
up to 3,800 analog
points, or a mix of
both
PC-dependent
Local I/O
1746 SLC I/O
1769 Compact I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1771 I/O
1756 I/O
none
ControlNet networked
I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1746 SLC I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1756 ControlLogix I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1756 I/O
1771 I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1746 SLC I/O
1771 I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1756 I/O
1771 I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1756 I/O
1771 I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
Controller redundancy
no
no
no
yes
yes
no
Redundant cabling
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
Programming
software (See
Table 3.4 on page 3-6
for selection
information)
RSLogix 500
RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5
RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5000
C/C++ routines
Programming
languages
Ladder
Ladder, FBD, SFC, ST
Ladder, FBD, SFC, ST
Ladder, SFC, ST
Ladder, FBD, SFC, ST
Ladder, FBD, SFC, ST
Interface required
1747-SCNR
(ControlNet;
scheduled messaging)
1747-KFC15
(ControlNet;
unscheduled
messaging)
Integral to
ControlLogix L35CR
controller, or use
1761-NET-ENI1
1788-CNC (Coax)
1788-CNCR (Coax;
Redundant)
1788-CNF (Fiber)
1788-CNFR (Fiber;
Redundant)
Integral to controller
1756-CNB
1756-CNBR
(redundant)
1784-PCICS
1 Messaging only (no II/O control)
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Selecting ControlNet Products
Selecting I/O
Step 2 - Select:
• I/O modules
Rockwell Automation’s I/O family provides world-class I/O products for
virtually every application need. Once you have chosen your controller
platform, you can choose from these I/O types for the ControlNet network:
• distributed modular I/O
• chassis-based I/O
Table 3.3 I/O Modules Selection Matrix
Select this I/O
select this adapter
specifications
Distributed Modular I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1734-ACNR (Redundant)
• highly granular (2, 4, or 8 points)
• digital, analog, relay outputs, isolated
temperature, RTD, thermocouple, counter, and
ASCII modules
• channel-level Logix diagnostics: wire off,
short circuit, OR, UR, CALIB, Fault, and more
• features removal and insertion under power
(RIUP)
• removable terminal blocks
• a total of 63 POINT I/O modules can be
assembled on a single ControlNet node
• up to 25 direct connections and 5 rack
connections
• expansion power supply may provide
additional POINTBus backplane current
• up to 504 points maximum using 8-point
digital I/O modules
• Logix value extends to POINT I/O: points
visible via RSLogix 5000 tags
1738 ArmorPoint I/O
1738-ADNR (Redundant)
• On-machine mounting
• 1P67 and NEMA 4 rated
• highly granular (mix and match to your exact
needs)
• features removal and insertion under power
(RIUP)
• easily distributed
• full range of digital, analog, specialty, and
temperature modules
• up to 252 points per adapter
1794 FLEX I/O
1794-ACN15
1794-ACNR15 (Redundant)
• module separates from terminal block base
• features removal and insertion under power
(RIUP)
• 24/48V DC
• 120/230V AC
• relay, analog, temperature, specialty,
counters, and serial modules
• 4 - 32 points per module
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1797-ACNR15 (Intrinsically-safe, Redundant)
1794-ACN15*
1794-ACNR15*
*To be used with 1797-BIC and 1797-CEC for
connecting to hazardous areas
• intrinsically-safe I/O for hazardous areas
• module separates from terminal block base
• modules feature removal and insertion under
power (RIUP)
• digital (NAMUR), analog temperature
frequency
• 4 - 32 points per module
1747-ACN
1747-ACNR (Redundant)
•
•
•
•
•
Chassis-based I/O
1746 I/O
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modular, high-density I/O
24V AC/DC
120V AC/DC
240V AC
TTL, analog, temperature, combo, fast, relay,
and some specialty modules
• 4 - 32 points
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3-5
Table 3.3 I/O Modules Selection Matrix
Select this I/O
select this adapter
specifications
Chassis-based I/O
1756 ControlLogix I/O
1756-CNB
1756-CNBR (Redundant)
• advanced diagnostics and flash upgrades
• analog and discrete I/O
• features removal and insertion under power
(RIUP)
• wizards simplify setup
• 5/24/48/125V DC
• 120/240V AC
• analog, specialty, and motion interfaces
• 4 - 32 points
1771 I/O
1771-ACN15
1771-ACNR15 (Redundant)
•
•
•
•
widest range I/O selection available
24V
120V
TTL, analog, temperature, fast, specialty, and
combo modules
• 4 - 32 points
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Selecting ControlNet Products
Selecting
Software
Step 3 - Select:
• the appropriate version of RSLogix for your
platform
• RSLinx software for software
messaging
• RSNetWorx software for
configuration and monitoring
• any other packages specific to your
device
Rockwell Automation provides a variety of software packages to help you
manage and control your processes. In general, you should order the
appropriate version of RSLogix, RSLinx and RSNetWorx software for your
platform and application.
Where specific software (other than that listed here) is required for a product,
the software and its catalog number will be listed in the appropriate product
section in this Selection Guide.
Choose from the following Rockwell Software packages for your application:
RSLinx Lite software is always included with the other
Rockwell Software products listed here. Consult your
Rockwell Automation representative to determine if you
need to purchase RSLinx software as well.
TIP
Visit www.software.rockwell.com for ordering information
on Rockwell Software products.
TIP
Table 3.4 Software Compatibility Matrix
If you have this
platform
choose this software
RSLogix 5
RSLogix 5000
RSLinx
RSNetWorx for
ControlNet
RSView 32 ME or
SE
ControlLogix
required
required
required
optional
SoftLogix5800
required
required
required
optional
required
required
optional
required
required
optional
SLC 500
PLC-5
RSLogix 500
required
required
FlexLogix
required
required
required
optional
PowerFlex 700S with
DriveLogix
required
required
required
optional
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Selecting PC Interfaces
Step 4 - Select
• the correct
interface for your application
3-7
Rockwell Automation’s PC-ready ControlNet interfaces use RSLinx™ for
software messaging and RSNetWorx™ to monitor data, and configure
networks and devices. The ControlNet Serial Communication Module lets you
connect serial devices to a ControlNet network.
Table 3.5 ControlNet PC Interfaces
If your computer
select
catalog number
specifications
has a PCMCIA slot and you want to
program, monitor or configure network
operations, perform maintenance or
troubleshooting
ControlNet PCMCIA
Communication
Interface Card
Network Access
Cable
1784-PCC
has 5V PCI slots and you want to perform
unscheduled messaging, unscheduled
HMI traffic, programming, monitoring or
configuring network operations,
maintenance or troubleshooting with a
SoftLogix5800 controller
ControlNet PCI Bus Interface
Card
1784-PCIC
• supports 128 unscheduled
connections
• drivers for Windows
98/Me/2000/XP
has 5V PCI slots and you want to perform
scheduled or unscheduled messaging,
unscheduled HMI traffic, programming,
monitoring or configuring network
operations, maintenance or
troubleshooting
ControlNet PCI Bus I/O Bridge
Card
1784-PCICS
• supports 128 unscheduled and
127 scheduled connections
• drivers for Windows 2000/XP
uses an ISA/EISA bus interface and you
want to link your application to any
ControlNet network to perform
unscheduled messaging, unscheduled
HMI traffic, go online, or configure the
network
ControlNet ISA Bus Interface
Card
1784-KTCX15
• supports 25 unscheduled
connections
• drivers for Windows
95/98/Me/ NT/2000/XP
uses an ISA/EISA bus interface and you
want to perform scheduled messaging
or
control ControlNet I/O with a SoftLogix5
controller
or
control ControlNet I/O with an
application like C++ or Visual Basic.
ControlNet ISA Bus Scanner
Card
1784-KTCS
• supports 127 scheduled
connections
• drivers for Windows NT/2000
• use the IOLinx Software
Development Kit (SDK) as an
I/O application interface for
software such as SoftLogix,
custom Visual Basic programs,
and custom Visual C++
programs
has a serial port which you want to use
to connect devices to a ControlNet
network
ControlNet Communication Module
1770-KFC15
or
1770-KFCD15
or
1747-KFC15
• requires a 115/230V ac power
source (1770-KFC15)
• requires a 24V dc power source
(1770-KFCD15)
• receives power from the SLC
chassis backplane
(1747-KFC15)
• supports 14 connections
(1770-KFC15)
• supports 32 connections
(1747-KFC15)
• drivers for Windows
95/98/NT/2000/XP
1784-PCC1 (included with card, but can
be ordered separately)
• supports 31 unscheduled
connections
• drivers for Windows
95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
control I/O with a SoftLogix5800
controller
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Selecting ControlNet Products
Choose from the following network media for your ControlNet network.
Selecting Media
Step 5 - Select:
• tap kits
• connectors
• cables
• accessories
Table 3.6 ControlNet Media
If you want
select
catalog number
to make IP20 BNC connections in
your ControlNet network
ControlNet Coaxial Tap Kits
Right-angle T-tap
Straight T-tap
Right-angle Y-tap
Straight Y-tap
1786-TPR
1786-TPS
1786-TPYR
1786-TPYS
ControlNet Coaxial Connectors
Barrel, Plug-to-Plug
BNC, Plug
Bullet, Jack-to-Jack
Isolated Bulkhead, Jack-to-Jack
Terminator, Plug
Tap Dummy Load
Jumper, Plug-to-Plug (5 in. long)
1786-BNCP
1786-BNC
1786-BNCJ
1786-BNCJI
1786-XT
1786-TCAP
1786-TJPR
to make ControlNet segments
using copper coax cable
ControlNet RG-6 Quad-shield Coaxial Cable for
BNC and TNC
High-flex (304.8m [1000 ft.])
Standard PVC CM-CL2 (304.8m [1000
ft.])
Coax Toolkit
to make water-tight (IP67),
ruggedized TNC connections in
your ControlNet network
ControlNet IP67 Tap Kit with Removable Drop
Cable
Barrel, Plug-to-Plug
TNC, Plug
Bullet, Jack-to-Jack
Isolated Bulkhead, Jack-to-Jack, TNC to TNC
Isolated Bulkhead, Jack-to-Jack, TNC to BNC
Terminator, Plug
pre-made short-distance fiber
media with V-pin connectors
ControlNet Short-distance Fiber-optic Cable
10m Cable Assembly
20m cable Assembly
60m Cable Assembly
100m Cable Assembly
200m Cable Assembly
300m Cable Assembly
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specifications
2.5g shock/vibration
1786-RG6F/A
1786-RG6
1786-CTK
13.5dB attenuation at 10MHz/1000 ft
5.99dB attenuation at 10MHz/1000 ft
1786-TCT2BD1
1786-TNCLP4
1786-TNC-L10
1786-TNCJ4
1786-TNCJI4
1786-BNC2TNC
1786-TNCLXT4
10g shock/vibration
1786-FS10
1786-FS20
1786-FS60
1786-FS100
1786-FS200
1786-FS300
Use only with 1786-RPFS
For 1786-RPFM, -RPFRL and -RPFRXL, consult
your local fiber cable supplier.
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Table 3.6 ControlNet Media
If you want
select
to connect devices in your
ControlNet network in a hazardous
environment
ControlNet Intrinsically Safe (FLEX Ex) Tap Kits
FLEX Ex Right-angle T-tap
FLEX Ex Straight distance T-tap
FLEX Ex Right-angle T-tap
FLEX Ex Straight Y-tap
catalog number
specifications
1797-TPR
1797-TPS
1797-TPYR
1797-TPYS
ControlNet Intrinsically Safe (FLEX Ex) Connectors
FLEX Ex Terminator
FLEX Ex Safe Tap Dummy Load
1797-XT
1797-TCAP
ControlNet Intrinsically Safe (FLEX Ex) Accessories
FLEX Ex Boot Insulator Kit
FLEX Ex Cable Marking Kit
1797-BOOT
1797-EXMK
to isolate a ControlNet segment
from a hazardous to a
non-hazardous area
ControlNet Coaxial Barrier
1797-BCNR
Alternative to fiber repeater modules
(1786-RPA and 1786-RPFM to 1797-RPA and
1797-RPFM)
to connect from a laptop computer
to a ControlNet network
ControlNet Network Access Cable (3.05m, 10 ft.)
1786-CP
For use with all ControlNet PC interfaces
(except the 1784-PCC card) listed in table 3.5.
Use with 1797-ACNR15
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Selecting Repeater
Modules and Adapters
Repeater modules can be used to extend the length of the network, create a
point-to-point, star, or ring topology, or perform network media conversion
from copper (coaxial) media to fiber media, and vice versa.
Step 6 - Select
• coaxial or
fiber modules (or both)
• modular repeater adapter(s)
TIP
A repeater adapter (1786-RPA) is required to supply power
to the repeater modules (1786-RPCD, -RPFS, -RPFM,
-RPFRL and -RPFRXL).
The ControlNet Intrinsically Safe Modular Repeater Adapter (1797-RPA)
works with repeater modules (1797-RPFM) in a hazardous area to extend the
length of the ControlNet network and to interlink a ControlNet segment to
ControlNet segments in the non-intrinsically safe area.
Table 3.7 ControlNet Repeater Modules
If you want to
select this repeater module
and this media
(See Table 3.6 on page 3-8)
catalog number
extend the physical length of
the ControlNet network up to
1kM
Coaxial Repeater Module
RG6 Copper Coax
1786-RPCD
• supports 2 coaxial
segments per module
• point-to-point and star
topologies
optically isolate and extend the
physical length of the
ControlNet network up to 300M
Short-distance Fiber Repeater
Module
V-pin (use pre-made 1786-FSxx
10-300m cables)
1786-RPFS
• supports 2 fiber
segments per module
• point-to-point and star
topologies
optically isolate and extend the
physical length of the
ControlNet network up to 3kM
Medium-distance Fiber
Repeater Module
ST 62.5/125um multimode fiber
(consult your local fiber cable
supplier)
1786-RPFM
• supports 2 fiber
segments per module
• point-to-point and star
topologies
optically isolate and provide
fiber ring media redundancy
Long-distance Fiber Ring
Repeater Module
ST 62.5/125um multimode fiber
(consult your local fiber cable
supplier)
1786-RPFRL
• supports 2 fiber
segments per module
• point-to-point, star,
and ring topologies
Extra-long-distance Fiber Ring
Repeater Module
ST 62.5/125um multimode fiber
1786-RPFRXL
• supports 2 fiber
segments per module
• point-to-point, star,
and ring topologies
1797-RPFM
• supports 2 fiber
segments per module
• point-to-point and star
topologies
• connect the
1797-RPFM repeater
module (in an
intrinsically safe area)
to the 1786-RPFM
repeater module (in a
non-intrinsically safe
area) using fiber
or
specifications
extend the physical length of
the ControlNet network up to
10kM
optically isolate and provide
fiber ring media redundancy
or
or
ST 9/125um single mode fiber
extend the physical length of
the ControlNet network up to
20kM
optically isolate for intrinsically
safe areas
(consult your local fiber cable
supplier)
Intrinsically Safe
Medium-distance Fiber Module
or
extend the physical length of
the ControlNet network up to
3kM
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ST 62.5/125um multimode fiber
(consult your local fiber cable
supplier)
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Table 3.8 ControlNet Repeater Adapters
If you want to use these
repeater modules
select this adapter
and this media
catalog number
specifications
1786-RPCD
1786-RPFS
1786-RPFM
1786-RPFRL
1786-RPFRXL
Modular Repeater Adapter
RG6 Copper Coax
(See Table 3.6 on page 3-8)
1786-RPA/B
• supplies power for up
to 4 repeater modules
(1786-RPCD, -RPFS,
and -RPFM)
• supplies power for up
to 2 repeater modules
(1786-RPFRL, -RPFXL)
• one coax BNC
connection
1797-RPFM
Intrinsically Safe Modular
Repeater Adapter
RG6 Copper Coax
See Table 3.6 on page 3-8)
1797-RPA
• supplies power for up
to 2 repeater modules
(1797-RPFM)
• one coax BNC
connection
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Selecting ControlNet Products
Selecting an Operator
Interface
You can customize your status and fault reporting with PanelView Plus and
PanelView Standard operator interfaces, VersaView CE Industrial Computers
or InView Message Displays.
.
Step 7 - Select:
• an operator interface,
if needed
Table 3.9 ControlNet Operator Interfaces
If you want to
select
catalog number
specifications
use a graphical communication HMI that
offers:
• modular components
• multiple communication
options
• advanced graphic features,
such as trending and data
logging
• the ability to re-use
development tools
PanelView Plus Operator
Terminals
See Table 3.10 on page 3-13.
RSView Studio for RSView
Machine Edition Development Software
or
9701-VWSTMENE or
unscheduled/connected:
• up to 4 read/write connections
scheduled:
• 6144 bytes input
• 6144 bytes output
• supports multicast outputs
• Logix and PLC-5 compatible
RSView Studio for RSView Enterprise
Development Software
9701-VWSTENE
have machine control, plus:
• view drawings, manuals, or
training materials
• access data on a server
• access web sites
• access other computers
VersaView CE Industrial
Computers
See Table 3.11 on page 3-13.
RSView Studio for RSView
Machine Edition Development Software
or
9701-VWSTMENE or
9701-VWSTENE
unscheduled/connected:
• up to 4 read/write connections
scheduled:
• 6144 bytes input
• 6144 bytes output
• supports multicast outputs
• Logix and PLC-5 compatible
RSView Studio for RSView Enterprise
Development Software
display data for triggered alarms and
allow operators to control operations
from keypads and touchscreen
communicate alarms, status, and other
important messages across the plant
floor
PanelView Standard
Operator Terminals
See Table 3.12 on page 3-14.
PanelBuilder32
Software for configuration purposes
2711-ND3
InView Message
Displays
See Table 3.13 on page 3-14.
InView
Configuration
Software
2706-PSW1
InView ControlNet Communications
Module for 2706-P4x Displays
2706-PCNETM
InView ControlNet Communications
Module for 2706-P7x Displays
2706-PCNETK
InView ControlNet Communications
Module (DIN Rail) for 2706-P22R
Displays
2706-PCNETP
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• supports 1 connection
• scheduled messaging (32
words IN and OUT to one
processor)
• unscheduled unconnected
messaging (maximum 3
terminals per ControlLogix
1756-CNB Scanner, and 4 per
ControlLogix Controller [L1, L2])
• supports 1 connection
• unscheduled messaging
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Table 3.10 PanelView Plus for ControlNet Operator Interface Ordering Information
Keypad
catalog number
Keypad and Touch
catalog number
Touch Terminal
catalog number
description1
2711P-K7C15D1
2711P-B7C15D1
2711P-T7C15D1
PanelView Plus 700 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, DC Input,
32MBFlash/64MB RAM
2711P-K7C15D2
2711P-B7C15D2
2711P-T7C15D2
PanelView Plus 700 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, DC Input,
128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K7C15B1
2711P-B7C15B1
2711P-T7C15B1
PanelView Plus 700 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, AC to DC
DIN Rail power supply, 32MB Flash/64MB RAM
2711P-K7C15B2
2711P-B7C15B2
2711P-T7C15B2
PanelView Plus 700 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, AC to DC
DIN Rail power supply, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K10C15D1
2711P-B10C15D1
2711P-T10C15D1
PanelView Plus 1000 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, DC Input,
32MBFlash/64MB RAM
2711P-K10C15D2
2711P-B10C15D2
2711P-T10C15D2
PanelView Plus 1000 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, DC Input,
128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K10C15B1
2711P-B10C15B1
2711P-T10C15B1
PanelView Plus 1000 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, AC to DC
DIN Rail power supply, 32MB Flash/64MB RAM
2711P-K10C15B2
2711P-B10C15B2
2711P-T10C15B2
PanelView Plus 1000 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, AC to DC
DIN Rail power supply, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K12C15D1
2711P-B12C15D1
2711P-T12C15D1
PanelView Plus 1250 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, DC Input,
32MBFlash/64MB RAM
2711P-K12C15D2
2711P-B12C15D2
2711P-T12C15D2
PanelView Plus 1250 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, DC Input,
128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K12C15B1
2711P-B12C15B1
2711P-T12C15B1
PanelView Plus 1250 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, AC to DC
DIN Rail power supply, 32MB Flash/64MB RAM
2711P-K12C15B2
2711P-B12C15B2
2711P-T12C15B2
PanelView Plus 1250 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, AC to DC
DIN Rail power supply, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K15C15D1
2711P-B15C15D1
2711P-T15C15D1
PanelView Plus 1500 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, DC Input,
32MBFlash/64MB RAM
2711P-K15C15D2
2711P-B15C15D2
2711P-T15C15D2
PanelView Plus 1500 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, DC Input,
128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K15C15B1
2711P-B15C15B1
2711P-T15C15B1
PanelView Plus 1500 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, AC to DC
DIN Rail Power Supply, 32MB Flash/64MB RAM
2711P-K15C15B2
2711P-B15C15B2
2711P-T15C15B2
PanelView Plus 1500 Color, ControlNet & Standard Communications, AC to DC
DIN Rail Power Supply, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
1 Standard communications includes EtherNet/Ip and RS-232.
Table 3.11 VersaView CE for ControlNet Ordering Information
Keypad
catalog number
Keypad and Touch
catalog number
Touch Terminal
catalog number
description1
6182H-7KRH15D
6182H-7BRH15D
6182H-7TRH15D
VersaView CE with 7 in. Display, Standard Memory, 24V dc Power
6182H-10KRH15D
6182H-10BRH15D
6182H-10TRH15D
VersaView CE with 10 in. Display, Standard Memory, 24V dc Power
6182H-12KRH15D
6182H-12BRH15D
6182H-12TRH15D
VersaView CE with 12 in. Display, Standard Memory, 24V dc Power
6182H-15KRH15D
6182H-15BRH15D
6182H-15TRH15D
VersaView CE with 15 in. Display, Standard Memory, 24V dc Power
1
To order a VersaView CE Terminal with optional DIN-rail mounted 120/240V ac power supply, change the last letter in the catalog number from "D" to "B".
Example: 6182H-7BRH15D becomes 6182H-7BR15B.
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Table 3.12 PanelView Standard ControlNet Ordering Information
Keypad catalog
number1
Keypad and Touch
catalog number1
Touch Terminal
catalog number1
description
2711-K5A15
2711-B5A15
2711-T5A15L1
PanelView 550 Monochrome, ControlNet Communication & RS-232
Printer Port
2711-K6C15
2711-B6C15
2711-T6C15L1
PanelView 600 Color, ControlNet Communication & RS-232 Printer
Port
2711-K10G15
N/A
2711-T10G15
PanelView 1000 Gray Scale, ControlNet Communication & RS-232
Printer Port
2711-K10C15
N/A
2711-T10C15
PanelView 1000 Color, ControlNet Communication & RS-232 Printer
Port
1
To order a PanelView 550, 600, or 1000 terminal with dc power instead of ac power, add L1 to the catalog number. PanelView 550 Touch, and 600
Touch are 24V dc only.
Table 3.13 InView Message Displays Ordering Information
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Catalog number
description
2706-P22R
Inview Panel Mount, 2 Lines, 20 Characters, Red LED, NEMA Type 4X
2706-P42R
InView 1 or 2 Lines, 12 or 20 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H, Red LED, NEMA Type 12
2706-P42C
InView 1 or 2 Lines, 12 or 20 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H
2706-P44R
InView 1 or 2 Line, 24 or 40 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H, Red LED, NEMA Type 12
2706-P44C
InView 1 or 2 Line, 24 or 40 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H, Tricolor LED, NEMA Type 12
2706-P72CN2
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 24 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4
2706-P74CN2
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 40 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4
2706-P72CN1
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 24 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4X
2706-P74CN1
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 40 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4X
Selecting ControlNet Products
Selecting a Drive
Step 8 - Select:
• the appropriate drive for your application
• a communication module
(if needed)
• RSLinx software for software
messaging
• RSNetWorx software for
configuration and monitoring
• DriveTools software for online or
offline programming,
configuration and
troubleshooting of drives and
peripherals
• DriveExplorer software for online
monitoring and configuring of
drives and drive peripherals
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Rockwell Automation drives are a full family of adjustable speed drives that
can connect to the ControlNet network. These drives can be configured locally
via a Human Interface Module (HIM), or over the network at any point—
during start-up or runtime. You can read diagnostics (current draw, phase,
output, voltage, etc.) from a PC or operator interface. Data from the drives can
be used for monitoring, trending, and analysis to fine-tune your processes.
Table 3.14 ControlNet Drives
If you want
select
catalog number
versatile, application-configurable
features, such as volts-per-hertz or
sensorless vector control, in a compact,
panel-mount package
PowerFlex 70 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
ControlNet Communication
Adapter
20-COMM-C (Coax)
20-COMM-Q (Fiber)
outstanding performance in an
easy-to-use drive, the PowerFlex 700 is
designed for applications with
requirements ranging from the simplest
speed control to the most demanding
torque control
PowerFlex 700 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
ControlNet Communication
Adapter
20-COMM-C (Coax)
20-COMM-Q (Fiber)
optimized integration for the most
demanding drive control and drive
system applications. The PowerFlex
700S with DriveLogix combines the
powerful performance and flexible
control of PowerFlex AC drives with the
high-performance Logix engine.
PowerFlex 700S AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
ControlNet Communication
Adapter
20-COMM-C (Coax)
20-COMM-Q (Fiber)
near sinusoidal motor waveform for use
with new and retrofit standard medium
voltage motors
PowerFlex 7000 Medium
Voltage Drive
7000
7000A
7000L
ControlNet Communication Adapter
20-COMM-C (Coax)
20-COMM-Q (Fiber)D115-CA001
Bulletin 1305 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
E114, for ordering information.
ControlNet Communication
Module
1203-CN1
1336 PLUS II AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
ControlNet Communication
Module
1203-CN1
a variable speed drive designed to
control the speed of three-phase ac
induction motors
excellent speed control and torque
performance of a powerful sensorless
vector drive
an extremely large feature set for any
application
specifications
• 0.37 to 15 kW; 0.5 to 20 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V /
380-480V / 500-600V
• Volts/Hertz or Sensorless
Vector control
• 0.37 to 110 kW, 0.5 to 150 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V,
380-480V, 500-690V
• Volts/Hertz, Sensorless Vector,
and Vector Control options
• 0.75 to 110 kW, 1 to 150 HP
with voltage ratings of
380-480V
• 0.75 to 15 kW, 1 to 20 HP with
voltage ratings of 200-240V
• Offers embedded Logix control
• air-cooled, 200-5,500 hp
• “A” frame, 200-1,200 hp
• liquid-cooled, 3,000-9,000 hp
• 0.37 to 4 kW, 0.5 to 5 HP with
voltage rating of 380-460V
• 0.5 to 3 HP with voltage rating
of 200-230V
• 0.37 to 448 kW, 0.5 to 600 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V /
380-480V / 500-600V
• Volts/Hertz or Sensorless
Vector control
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Table 3.14 ControlNet Drives
If you want
select
catalog number
precise motor speed and torque control
necessary to handle some of the most
demanding drive applications, including
many that are typically reserved for dc
drives. Force Technology, an
Allen-Bradley patented Flux Vector
Control method, has a proven, unique
ability to separate and independently
control motor torque down to zero speed.
1336 IMPACT™ AC Drive with
Force Technology™
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
ControlNet Communication
Module
1203-CN1
precise speed and torque control
necessary to handle demanding
applications, including those that are
typically used for dc drives. With a
built-in auto-tuning feature, the 1336
FORCE drive can tune itself to the motor
nameplate data. This drive also uses
Force Technology.
1336 FORCE™ AC Drive with
Force Technology
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
ControlNet Communication
Module
1203-CN1
easy integration into automation
systems. Drive communication is via
SCANport™, a highly flexible
communication link.
Bulletin 1397 Digital DC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
ControlNet Communication
Module
1203-CN1
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specifications
• 0.37 to 597 kW, 0.5 to 800 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V /
380-480V / 500-600V
• patented current regulator for
true control of motor torque
• 16-step speed profiling for
speed change based on time,
encoder counts or hardware
input
• 0.75 to 597 kW, 1 to 800 HP
• Voltage ratings of 200-240V /
380-480V / 575V
• controls torque directly and can
deliver full torque at all speeds
down to zero RPM
• built-in auto-tuning helps drive
to tune itself to the motor and
connected load
• 2.2 to 224 kW, 3 to 300 HP at
460 V
• 1.2 to 112 kW, 1.5 to 150 HP at
230V
Selecting ControlNet Products
Selecting a Linking Device
Step 9 - Select:
• a linking device,
if needed
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With Rockwell Automation’s linking devices, you can reduce control device
costs because you can leverage existing network structures to access data from
other level networks. You can also expand the number of nodes on
ControlNet and other networks.
Table 3.15 Linking Devices
If you want to
select
catalog number
specifications
link a ControlNet network to a DeviceNet
network
ControlNet-toDeviceNet Linking
Device
1788-CN2DN
• supports ControlNet redundant
cabling connections and 1
DeviceNet connection
• One side of the Linking Device
is a DeviceNet scanner with
the capacity for handling 500
bytes of data in and out from
DeviceNet-compliant devices,
such as sensors, drives, I/O
blocks and pneumatic valves.
The other side is a ControlNet
scheduled adapter with
redundant media
communications and a Network
Access Port.
• supports DeviceNet I/O
change-of-state, polling, cyclic
and bit strobe messaging
map Fieldbus data to a file table for use
by a ProcessLogix controller, PLC, or
ControlLogix controller
ControlNet-to-Foundation
Fieldbus Linking Device
1788-CN2FF
• small size, independent of I/O
rack
• redundant media ControlNet
interface
• Fieldbus configuration
software
• two Fieldbus interfaces per
Linking Device
• DIN rail mounting
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Section
4
Selecting EtherNet/IP Products
The following products are available for the EtherNet/IP network:
For information on this topic:
See page:
Selecting a Controller Platform
4-2
Selecting I/O
4-4
Selecting Software
4-5
Selecting Media
4-6
Selecting an Operator Interface
4-7
Selecting a Drive
4-11
Selecting a DeviceNet-to-EtherNet/IP Gateway
Module
4-12
Selecting a Web Server Module
4-13
Selecting a Modem
4-14
Selecting a Linking Device
4-15
Use Table 4.1 below as a checklist for completing your own system
specification. Check off the items you need, then contact your Rockwell
Automation representative for ordering information.
Table 4.1 System Selection Checklist
Select the required
Controller platform
MicroLogix
SLC 500
CompactLogix
FlexLogix
PLC-5
ControlLogix
SoftLogix5800
DriveLogix-enabled device
I/O devices
1734 POINT I/O
1738 ArmorPoint I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1756 I/O
Software
RSLogix 5
RSLogix 500
RSLogix 5000
RSLinx
RSNetWorx
RSView ME or SE
1
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Table 4.1 System Selection Checklist
Select the required
Media
Cable
Connectors
Fiber Optic Interface
Network Computer Bus Interface
Hubs and Switches
Operator Interfaces
PanelView Plus Operator Terminals
PanelView Standard Operator Terminals
InView Message Display
Drives
PowerFlex 70 AC Drive
PowerFlex 700 AC Drive
PowerFlex 700S AC Drive
PowerFlex 7000 Medium Voltage Drive
DeviceNet-to-EtherNet/IP
Gateway
Web Server Module
XM-500 Ethernet Gateway Module
ControlLogix Enhanced Web Server Module
FlexLogix Web server Module
Modem
Remote Access Ethernet Modem
Wireless Modem
Linking Device
EtherNet/IP-to-DeviceNet Linking Device
Foundation Fieldbus Linking Device
Selecting a Controller
Platform
Step 1 - Select:
• a controller
platform
Various controller platforms are available for the EtherNet/IP network.
Choose from the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
MicroLogix controllers
SLC 500 controllers
CompactLogix controllers
FlexLogix controllers
PLC-5 controllers
ControlLogix controllers
SoftLogix5800 controllers
DriveLogix-enabled devices (PowerFlex 700S only; not covered in this
section. Refer to Selecting a Drive on page 4-11 for more information
on PowerFlex 700S with DriveLogix.)
Rockwell Automation also offers the ProcessLogix System, a DCS-like process
control system, for your batch and process applications. Contact your
Rockwell Automation representative for details.
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See Table 4.2 below to select a controller for your application. For further help
in selecting the best controller platform for your application, visit the
controller family selector at www.ab.com.
Table 4.2 Controller Selection Matrix
Feature
MicroLogix 1500
SLC 500
CompactLogix
FlexLogix
PLC-5
ControlLogix
SoftLogix5800
Memory (max)
1 word = 10 Logix
bytes
14K words
64K words
1.5Mbyte
512Kbyte
100K words
8Mbyte
PC-dependent
I/O (max)
Up to 256 points
Embedded with
local expansion
Up to 4096 points
Up to 30 Compact
I/O modules
512 digital points,
or 128 analog
points, or a mix of
both
512 - 3072 points
128,000 digital
3,800 analog
PC-dependent
Local I/O
1769 Compact I/O
(MicroLogix 1500
only)
1746 I/O
1769 Compact I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1771 I/O
1756 I/O
none
EtherNet/IP
networked I/O
no
no
(CompactLogix
1769-L32E and
1769-L35E):
1734 POINT I/O
1756 ControlLogix
I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1756 ControlLogix
I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
none
1734 POINT I/O
1756 ControlLogix
I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
none
Programming
software (See
Table 4.4 on
page 4-5 for
selection
information)
RSLogix 500
RSLogix 500
RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5
RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5000
C/C++ routines
Programming
languages
Ladder
Ladder
Ladder, FBD, SFC,
ST
Ladder, FBD, SFC,
ST
Ladder, SFC, ST
Ladder, FBD, SFC,
ST
Ladder, FBD, SFC,
ST
Interface required
1761-NET-ENI1
Integral to
SLC 5/051
controller, or use
1761-NET-ENI1
Integral to
ControlLogix L35E
controller, or use
1761-NET-ENI1
1788-ENBT,
or use
1761-NET-ENI1
Integral to PLC-51
controller, or use
1785-ENET1
(Ethernet
Interface)
or use
1761-NET-ENI1
1756-ENBT, or use
1761-NET-ENI1
Integral to PC (via
network interface
card), or use
1761-NET-ENI1
1 Messaging only (no II/O control)
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Selecting I/O
Step 2 - Select:
• I/O modules
Rockwell Automation’s I/O family provides world-class I/O products for
virtually every application need. Once you have chosen your controller
platform, you can choose from these I/O types for the EtherNet/IP network:
• distributed modular I/O
• chassis-based I/O
Table 4.3 I/O Modules Selection Matrix
Select this I/O
select this adapter
specifications
Distributed Modular I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1734-AENT
• highly granular (2, 4, or 8 points)
• digital, analog, relay outputs, isolated
temperature, RTD, thermocouple, counter, and
ASCII modules
• channel-level Logix diagnostics: wire off,
short circuit, OR, UR, CALIB, Fault, and more
• features removal and insertion under power
(RIUP)
• removable terminal blocks
• a total of 63 POINT I/O modules can be
assembled on a single ControlNet node
• up to 20 direct connections and 5 rack
connections
• expansion power supply may provide
additional POINTBus backplane current
• up to 504 points maximum using 8-point
digital I/O modules
• Logix value extends to POINT I/O: points
visible via RSLogix 5000 tags
1738 ArmorPoint I/O
1738-AENT
• On-machine mounting
• 1P67 and NEMA 4 rated
• highly granular (mix and match to your exact
needs)
• features removal and insertion under power
(RIUP)
• easily distributed
• full range of digital, analog, specialty, and
temperature modules
• up to 252 points per adapter
1794 FLEX I/O
1794-AENT
• modules feature removal and insertion under
power (RIUP)
• 24/48V DC
• 120/230V AC
• relay, analog, temperature, specialty,
counters and serial modules
• 4 - 32 points per module
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1794-AENT
(To be used with 1797-BIC and 1797-CEC for connecting
to hazardous areas)
• intrinsically-safe I/O for hazardous areas
• module separates from terminal block base
• modules feature removal and insertion under
power (RIUP)
• digital (NAMUR) analog, temperature
frequency
• 4 - 32 points per module
1756-ENBT
• advanced diagnostics and flash upgrades
• analog and discrete I/O
• features removal and insertion under power
(RIUP)
• wizards simplify setup
• 5/24/48/125V DC
• 120/240V AC
• analog, specialty and motion interfaces
• 4 - 32 points
Chassis-based I/O
1756 ControlLogix I/O
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Selecting
Software
Step 3 - Select:
• the appropriate version of RSLogix for your
platform
• RSLinx software for software
messaging
• RSNetWorx software for
configuration and monitoring
• any other packages specific to your
device
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Rockwell Automation provides a variety of software packages to help you
manage and control your processes. In general, you should order the
appropriate version of RSLogix, RSLinx and RSNetWorx software for your
platform and application.
Where specific software (other than that listed here) is required for a product,
the software and its catalog number will be listed in the appropriate product
section in this Selection Guide.
Choose from the following Rockwell Software packages for your application:
RSLinx Lite software is always included with the other
Rockwell Software products listed here. Consult your
Rockwell Automation representative to determine if you
need to purchase RSLinx software as well.
TIP
Visit www.software.rockwell.com for ordering information
on Rockwell Software products.
TIP
Table 4.4 Software Compatibility Matrix
If you have this
platform
choose this software
RSLogix 5
RSLogix 5000
RSLinx
RSNetWorx for
EtherNet/IP
RSView ME or SE
ControlLogix
required
required
optional
optional
SoftLogix5800
required
required
optional
optional
required
optional
optional
required
optional
optional
SLC 500
PLC-5
RSLogix 500
required
required
CompactLogix
MicroLogix
required
required
optional
optional
required
optional
optional
FlexLogix
required
required
optional
optional
PowerFlex 700S with
DriveLogix
required
required
optional
optional
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Rockwell Automation’s Encompass partners provide qualified third-party
products designed to complement our product offerings. When choosing
EtherNet/IP media, you need durability to stand up to harsh environments.
Consult your Rockwell Automation representative for help in selecting media
that makes the most of your EtherNet/IP-ready devices.
Selecting Media
The diagram below shows a simple EtherNet/IP system using some of the
media offered by our Encompass partners.
Step 4 - Select:
• cable, switches, and
other media
.
node,
such as a
PLC/PC
PC
dial-up
modems
coaxial cable
switch
wireless
modems
fiber optic cable
switch/hub
switch
industrial
network
connector
wireless
communication
PLC
PC
Table 4.5 EtherNet/IP Media
If you want
select from these Encompass
partners
communication cables (coaxial and fiber)
Belden Electric Division
COMMScope
industrial network connectors
The Siemon Company
Panduit
fiber optic interfaces
Phoenix Digital Corporation
Weed Instrument Company
network computer bus interface
Hilscher
network hubs and switches
CISCO Systems, Inc.
Hirschmann
N-TRON
network computer bus interface cards
Woodhead Connectivity
connectivity from other networks to EtherNet/IP
HMS
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specifications
Visit http://www.automation.rockwell.com
/encompass/ for details
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You can customize your status and fault reporting with PanelView, VersaView
and InView operator interface offerings from Rockwell Automation.
Selecting an Operator
Interface
Step 5 - Select:
• an operator interface
Table 4.6 EtherNet/IP Operator Interfaces
If you want to
select
catalog number
display data for triggered alarms and
allow operators to control operations
from keypads and touchscreen
PanelView Standard Operator Terminals
See Table 4.7 on page 4-8.
PanelBuilder32 Software for
configuration purposes
2711-ND3
have machine control, plus:
• view drawings, manuals, or
training materials
• access data on a server
• access web sites
• access other computers
VersaView CE Industrial
Computers
See Table 4.8 on page 4-8.
RSView Studio for RSView
Machine Edition Development Software or
9701-VWSTMENE or
RSView Studio for RSView Enterprise
Development Software
9701-VWSTENE
use a graphical communication HMI that
offers:
• modular components
• multiple communication
options
• advanced graphic features,
such as trending and data
logging
• the ability to re-use
development tools
PanelView Plus Operator
Terminals
See Table 4.9 on page 4-9.
RSView Studio for RSView
Machine Edition Development Software or
9701-VWSTMENE or
RSView Studio for RSView Enterprise
Development Software
9701-VWSTENE
communicate alarms, status, and other
important messages across the plant
floor
InView Message
Displays
See Table 4.10 on page 4-10.
InView Configuration
Software
2706-PSW1
InView EtherNet Communications Module for
2706-P4x Displays
2706-PENETM
InView EtherNet Communications Module for
2706-P7x Displays
2706-PENETK
InView EtherNet Communications Module (DIN
Rail) for 2706-P22R Displays
2706-PENETP
specifications
• controller addressing,
legacy and Logix native,
connected messages
• CIP explicit messaging to
an EtherNet/IP class
controller
• addressing to multiple
controllers
• multiple PanelView
terminals to one
controller
• DHCP support
• gateway address support
unscheduled/connected:
• up to 4 read/write
connections
scheduled:
• 6144 bytes input
• 6144 bytes output
• supports multicast
outputs
• Logix and PLC-5
compatible
• CIP explicit messaging to
an EtherNet/IP class
controller
• multiple PanelView
terminals to one
controller
• DHCP support
• gateway address support
• supports 1 connection
• unscheduled messaging
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Table 4.7 PanelView Standard EtherNet/IP Operator Interface Ordering Information
Keypad catalog
number1
Keypad and Touch
catalog number1
Touch Terminal
catalog number1
description
2711-K5A20
2711-B5A20
2711-T5A20L1
PanelView 550 Monochrome, ControlNet Communication & RS-232
Printer Port
2711-K6C20
2711-B6C20
2711-T6C20L1
PanelView 600 Color, ControlNet Communication & RS-232 Printer
Port
2711-K10G20
N/A
2711-T10G20
PanelView 1000 Gray Scale, ControlNet Communication & RS-232
Printer Port
2711-K10C20
N/A
2711-T10C20
PanelView 1000 Color, ControlNet Communication & RS-232 Printer
Port
1
To order a PanelView 550, 600, or 1000 terminal with dc power instead of ac power, add L1 to the catalog number. PanelView 550 Touch, and 600
Touch are 24V dc only.
Table 4.8 VersaView CE for EtherNet/IP Ordering Information
Keypad catalog
number
Keypad and Touchpad
catalog number
Touch Terminal
catalog number
description
6182H-7KRH4D
6182H-7BRH4D
6182H-7TRH4D
VersaView CE 700 color, standard communications1, DC input, 128 Mbytes flash/128
Mbytes RAM
6182H-7KEH4D
6182H-7BEH4D
6182H-7TEH4D
VersaView CE 700 color, standard communications1, DC input, 256 Mbytes flash/256
Mbytes RAM
6182H-7KRH4B
6182H-7BRH4B
6182H-7TRH4B
VersaView CE 700 color, standard communications1, AC-to-DC DIN rail power supply,
128 Mbytes flash/128 Mbytes RAM
6182-7KEH4B
6182H-7BEH4B
6182H-7TEH4B
VersaView CE 700 color, standard communications1, AC-to-DC DIN rail power supply,
256 Mbytes flash/256 Mbytes RAM
6182H-10KRH4D
6182H-10BRH4D
6182H-10TRH4D
VersaView CE 1000 color, standard communications1, DC input, 128 Mbytes
flash/128 Mbytes RAM
6182H-10KEH4D
6182H-10BEH4D
6182H-10TEH4D
VersaView CE 1000 color, standard communications1, DC input, 256 Mbytes
flash/256 Mbytes RAM
6182H-10KRH4B
6182H-10BRH4B
6182H-10TRH4B
VersaView CE 1000 color, standard communications1, AC-to-DC DIN rail power
supply, 128 Mbytes flash/128 Mbytes RAM
6182H-10KEH4B
6182H-10BEH4B
6182H-10TEH4B
VersaView CE 1000 color, standard communications1, AC-to-DC DIN rail power
supply, 256 Mbytes flash/256 Mbytes RAM
6182H-12KRH4D
6182H-12BRH4D
6182H-12TRH4D
VersaView CE 1250 color, standard communications1, DC input, 128 Mbytes
flash/128 Mbytes RAM
6182H-12KEH4D
6182H-12BEH4D
6182H-12TEH4D
VersaView CE 1250 color, standard communications1, DC input, 256 Mbytes
flash/256 Mbytes RAM
6182H-12KRH4B
6182H-12BRH4B
6182H-12TRH4B
VersaView CE 1250 color, standard communications1, AC-to-DC DIN rail power
supply, 128 Mbytes flash/128 Mbytes RAM
6182H-12KEH4B
6182H-12BEH4B
6182H-12TEH4B
VersaView CE 1250 color, standard communications1, AC-to-DC DIN rail power
supply, 256 Mbytes flash/256 Mbytes RAM
6182H-15KRH4D
6182H-15BRH4D
6182H-15TRH4D
VersaView CE 1500 color, standard communications1, DC input, 128 Mbytes
flash/128 Mbytes RAM
6182H-15KEH4D
6182H-15BEH4D
6182H-15TEH4D
VersaView CE 1500 color, standard communications1, DC input, 256 Mbytes
flash/256 Mbytes RAM
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Table 4.8 VersaView CE for EtherNet/IP Ordering Information
Keypad catalog
number
Keypad and Touchpad
catalog number
Touch Terminal
catalog number
description
6182H-15KRH4B
6182H-15BRH4B
6182H-15TRH4B
VersaView CE 1500 color, standard communications1, AC-to-DC DIN rail power
supply, 128 Mbytes flash/128 Mbytes RAM
6182H-15KEH4B
6182H-15BEH4B
6182H-15TEH4B
VersaView CE 1500 color, standard communications1, AC-to-DC DIN rail power
supply, 256 Mbytes flash/256 Mbytes RAM
1
Standard communications = EtherNet/IP and RS-232.
Table 4.9 PanelView Plus for EtherNet/IP Operator Interface Ordering Information
Keypad
catalog number
Keypad and Touch
catalog number
Touch Terminal
catalog number
description
2711P-K7C4D1
2711P-B7C4D1
2711P-T7C4D1
PanelView Plus 700 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), DC
Input, 32MBFlash/64MB RAM
2711P-K7C4D2
2711P-B7C4D2
2711P-T7C4D2
PanelView Plus 700 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), DC
Input, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K7C4B1
2711P-B7C4B1
2711P-T7C4B1
PanelView Plus 700 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), AC to
DC DIN Rail power supply, 32MB Flash/64MB RAM
2711P-K7C4B2
2711P-B7C4B2
2711P-T7C4B2
PanelView Plus 700 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), AC to
DC DIN Rail power supply, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K10C4D1
2711P-B10C4D1
2711P-T10C4D1
PanelView Plus 1000 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), DC
Input, 32MBFlash/64MB RAM
2711P-K10C4D2
2711P-B10C4D2
2711P-T10C4D2
PanelView Plus 1000 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), DC
Input, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K10C4B1
2711P-B10C4B1
2711P-T10C4B1
PanelView Plus 1000 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), AC
to DC DIN Rail power supply, 32MB Flash/64MB RAM
2711P-K10C4B2
2711P-B10C4B2
2711P-T10C4B2
PanelView Plus 1000 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), AC
to DC DIN Rail power supply, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K12C4D1
2711P-B12C4D1
2711P-T12C4D1
PanelView Plus 1250 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), DC
Input, 32MBFlash/64MB RAM
2711P-K12C4D2
2711P-B12C4D2
2711P-T12C4D2
PanelView Plus 1250 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), DC
Input, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K12C4B1
2711P-B12C4B1
2711P-T12C4B1
PanelView Plus 1250 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), AC
to DC DIN Rail power supply, 32MB Flash/64MB RAM
2711P-K12C4B2
2711P-B12C4B2
2711P-T12C4B2
PanelView Plus 1250 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), AC
to DC DIN Rail power supply, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K15C4D1
2711P-B15C4D1
2711P-T15C4D1
PanelView Plus 1500 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), DC
Input, 32MBFlash/64MB RAM
2711P-K15C4D2
2711P-B15C4D2
2711P-T15C4D2
PanelView Plus 1500 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), DC
Input, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
2711P-K15C4B1
2711P-B15C4B1
2711P-T15C4B1
PanelView Plus 1500 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), AC
to DC DIN Rail power supply, 32MB Flash/64MB RAM
2711P-K15C4B2
2711P-B15C4B2
2711P-T15C4B2
PanelView Plus 1500 Color, Standard Communications (Ethernet & RS232), AC
to DC DIN Rail power supply, 128MB Flash/128MB RAM
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Table 4.10 InView Message Displays Ordering Information
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Catalog number
description
2706-P22R
Inview Panel Mount, 2 Lines, 20 Characters, Red LED, NEMA Type 4X
2706-P42R
InView 1 or 2 Lines, 12 or 20 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H, Red LED, NEMA Type 12
2706-P42C
InView 1 or 2 Lines, 12 or 20 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H
2706-P44R
InView 1 or 2 Line, 24 or 40 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H, Red LED, NEMA Type 12
2706-P44C
InView 1 or 2 Line, 24 or 40 Characters, 4.8 in. or 2.1 in. H, Tricolor LED, NEMA Type 12
2706-P72CN2
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 24 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4
2706-P74CN2
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 40 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4
2706-P72CN1
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 24 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4X
2706-P74CN1
InView 1 to 4 Line, 12 to 40 Characters, 7.2 in. to 1.5 in. H, Tricolor, NEMA Type 4X
Selecting EtherNet/IP Products
Selecting a Drive
Step 6 - Select:
• the appropriate drive for your application
• a communication module
(if needed)
• RSLinx software for software
messaging
• RSNetWorx software for
configuration and monitoring
• DriveTools software for online or
offline programming,
configuration and
troubleshooting of drives and
peripherals
• DriveExplorer software for online
monitoring and configuring of
drives and drive peripherals
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Rockwell Automation drives are a full family of adjustable speed drives that
can connect to the EtherNet/IP network. These drives can be configured
locally through a Human Interface Module (HIM), or over the network at any
point during startup or runtime. You can read diagnostics (such as current
draw, phase, output, and voltage) from a PC or operator interface. data from
the drives can be used for monitoring, trending, and analysis to fine-tune your
processes.
Table 4.11 EtherNet/IP Drives
If you want
select
catalog number
specifications
versatility and robust performance in a
compact, low cost, space saving design
PowerFlex 40 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
EtherNet/IP Communication
Adapter
22-COMM-E
versatile, application-configurable
features, such as volts-per-hertz or
sensorless vector control, in a compact,
panel-mount package
PowerFlex 70 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
EtherNet/IP Communication
Adapter
20-COMM-E
outstanding performance in an
easy-to-use drive, the PowerFlex 700 is
designed for applications with
requirements ranging from the simplest
speed control to the most demanding
torque control
PowerFlex 700 AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
EtherNet/IP Communication
Adapter
20-COMM-E
optimized integration for the most
demanding drive control and drive
system applications. The PowerFlex
700S with DriveLogix combines the
powerful performance and flexible
control of PowerFlex AC drives with the
high-performance Logix engine.
PowerFlex 700S AC Drive
Refer to the Drives Catalog, publication
D115-CA001, for ordering information.
EtherNet/IP Communication
Adapter
20-COMM-E
near sinusoidal motor waveform for use
with new and retrofit standard medium
voltage motors
PowerFlex 7000 Medium
Voltage Drive
7000A
7000B
7000LC
EtherNet/IP Communication Adapter
20-COMM-E
• 0.4 to 7.5 kW, 0.5 to 10 HP
• voltage ratings of 100-120V /
200-240V / 380-480V
• Volts/Hertz or Sensorless
Vector control
• 0.37 to 15 kW; 0.5 to 20 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V /
380-480V / 500-600V
• Volts/Hertz or Sensorless
Vector control
• 0.37 to 110 kW, 0.5 to 150 HP
• voltage ratings of 200-240V,
380-480V, 500-690V
• Volts/Hertz, Sensorless Vector,
and Vector Control options
• 0.75 to 110 kW, 1 to 150 HP
with voltage ratings of
380-480V
• 0.75 to 15 kW, 1 to 20 HP with
voltage ratings of 200-240V
• offers embedded Logix control
• 150-8,500 hp
• Digital Sensorless Direct
Vector
• Full Vector Control with Tach
Feedback (optional)
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Selecting a
DeviceNet-to-EtherNet/IP
Gateway Module
Step 7 - Select:
• a DeviceNet-to-EtherNet/IP
Gateway Module (if needed)
Rockwell Automation offers the XM series of DeviceNet-to-EtherNet/IP
modules. These modules provide a bridge between DeviceNet and
EtherNet/IP networks. Designed specifically for use with the XM series of
modules resident on DeviceNet, the XM-500 EtherNet/IP Gateway Module
provides a TCP/IP interface and support for the EtherNet/IP protocol.
Table 4.12 Gateway Module
If you want to
select
catalog number
provide a gateway from
DeviceNet-enabled devices to TCP/IP or
EtherNet/IP protocols
XM-500 EtherNet/IP Gateway
Module
RSMACC Enterprise Online
XM Emonitor Gateway
1440-GWEN2DN
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specifications
•
•
•
•
7-32V dc
130-140 mA @ 24V dc
baud rate: 125, 250 OR 500 kb
I/O, change-of-state, bit strobe
and explicit messaging
• SMTP, FTP, and HTTP protocols
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Selecting a Web Server
Module
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You can achieve connectivity between your EtherNet/IP applications and your
web browser with Rockwell Automation’s web server modules
Step 8 - Select:
• a web server module (if
needed)
.
Table 4.13 Web Server Module
If you want to
select
catalog number
monitor your system remotely via
standard web browsers
ControlLogix Enhanced Web
Server Module
1756-EWEB
receive e-mail notifications of system
status or production data that you
program
FlexLogix Web Server
Module
1788-EWEB
Communicate directly with external
servers and applications
specifications
• supports all standard web
browsers
• provides EtherNet/IP
functionality, including bridging
and routing
• customizeable web-viewable
data table, or create your page
using native html or most web
design software packages
• built-in security for
authentication as well as
selectively enabling various
system protocols
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Rockwell Automation’s Remote Access Ethernet Modem combines a
four-port managed switch with a 56K modem, allowing a remote connection
to your EtherNet/IP network. The built-in management interface allows
flexibility when implementing the device in your new or existing application.
Selecting a Modem
Step 9 - Select:
• a remote access modem (if
needed)
In addition, several modems are available through our Encompass Partners.
Table 4.14 EtherNet/IP Modems
If you want
select
catalog number
to reduce travel and downtime expenses
by connecting to a standard phone line
to:
•make program changes
•upload and download new programs
•update firmware
•share files with computers
•collect data
•monitor system status
Remote Access Ethernet Modem
9903-RADES
wireless communication between
networked devices
Wireless Modems
Select from these
Encompass Partners:
CISCO Systems
Data-Linc Group
DataRadio
Electronic Systems Technology
Microwave Data Systems
ProSoft Technology, Inc.
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specifications
• flexible power requirements
(8-48VDC)
• configuration menu accessible
over LAN or phone line
• data compression increases
phone line throughput by 40%
• VLAN capability reduces
collisions on your network
• automatic speed (10/100) and
operating negotiation (full/half
duplex).
• built-in DHCP/BootP server
(services up to 10 nodes).
• 4 RJ-45 jacks for connection to
EtherNet/IP devices
Visit
http://www.automation.rockwell.com
/encompass/ for details
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Selecting a Linking Device
Step 10 - Select:
• a linking device (if needed)
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With Rockwell Automation’s linking devices, you can reduce control device
costs because you can leverage existing network structures to access data from
other-level networks.
Table 4.15 Linking Devices
If you want to
select
catalog number
bridge explicit messages from an
EtherNet/IP network to a DeviceNet
network
EtherNet/IP-to-DeviceNet
Linking Device
1788-EN2DN
• use with any Logix controller, or
any third-party controller with
EtherNet/IP support
• supports DeviceNet explicit
messaging
Foundation Fieldbus
Linking Device
1757-FFLD2 (2 H1 segments)
1757-FFLD4 (4 H1 segments)
• supports up to 64 Fieldbus
devices
• supports 2 or 4 H1 segments
• H1-to-EtherNet/IP/HSE bridge
• easy configuration of
Fieldbus-to-Logix
communication via
RSLogix 5000 profile
or
specifications
scan the DeviceNet network via
EtherNet/IP
link an EtherNet/IP network to a
Foundation Fieldbus H1 or HSE network
for process control applications
or
link any Logix controller to a Foundation
Fieldbus device
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Selecting EtherNet/IP Products
Notes:
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Index
Numerics
1336 FORCE AC Drive 2-31, 3-16
1336 IMPACT AC Drive 2-31, 3-16
1336 PLUS II AC Drive 2-31, 3-15
1719D CompactBlock I/O 2-5
1734 POINT I/O 2-6, 3-4, 4-4
1738 ArmorPoint I/O 2-6, 3-4, 4-4
1746 I/O 3-4
1756 ControlLogix I/O 3-5, 4-4
1769 Compact I/O 2-6
1771 I/O 3-5
1792 ArmorBlock MaXum I/O 2-5
1794 FLEX I/O 2-6, 3-4, 4-4
1797 FLEX Ex I/O 2-6, 4-4
1798 FLEX Armor I/O 2-6
1890 CompactBlock LDX I/O 2-5
A
ArmorBlock I/O 2-5
ArmorBlock MaXum I/O 2-5
ArmorPoint I/O 2-6, 3-4, 4-4
ArmorStart Distributed Motor Controller
2-27
B
Barrel Connectors 3-8
BNC/RG6 Connectors 3-8
Bullet Connectors 3-8
Bulletin 100 DeviceNet Starter Auxiliary
Module (DSA Module) 2-27
Bulletin 1305 AC Drive 2-31, 3-15
Bulletin 1394 Digital, AC, Multi-Axis
Motion Control System 2-32
Bulletin 1397 Digital DC Drive 2-31, 3-16
Bulletin 160 Smart Speed Controller 2-30
Bulletin 2100 IntelliCENTER Motor
Control Center 2-28
Bulletin 800E Pendant Stations
1 Illuminated Pushbutton 2-22
1 Pushbutton, 1 Pilot Light 2-22
Bulletin 800E Pushbutton Station 2-22
Bulletin 802DN Limit Switches 2-23
Bulletin 842D Absolute Multi-function
Rotary Encoder 2-23
Bulletin 855T Control Tower Stack Lights
2-22
Bulletin 871TM Inductive Proximity
Sensors 2-23
C
CIP 1-1
Common Industrial Protocol 1-1
Compact I/O 2-6
CompactBlock I/O 2-5
CompactBlock LDX I/O 2-5
Controller Platform
Selecting 2-4, 3-3, 4-2
ControlLogix Enhanced Web Server
Module 4-13
ControlLogix I/O 3-5, 4-4
ControlNet Coaxial Barrier 3-9
ControlNet Coaxial Connectors 3-8
ControlNet Coaxial Repeater Module
3-10
ControlNet Coaxial Tap Kits 3-8
ControlNet Communication Adapter 3-15
ControlNet Communication Module 3-7
ControlNet Extra-long-distance Fiber
Repeater Module 3-10
ControlNet Fiber-optic Cable 3-8
ControlNet Intrinsically Safe (Ex)
Connectors 3-9
ControlNet Intrinsically Safe (Ex) Tap
Kits 3-9
ControlNet Intrinsically Safe Medium
Distance Fiber Module 3-10
ControlNet Intrinsically Safe Modular
Repeater Adapter 3-11
ControlNet IP67 Tap Kit with
Removeable Drop Cable 3-8
ControlNet ISA Interface Card 3-7
ControlNet ISA Scanner Card 3-7
ControlNet Long-distance Fiber
Repeater Module 3-10
ControlNet Medium-distance Fiber
Repeater Module 3-10
ControlNet Modular Repeater Adapter
3-11
ControlNet Network Access Cable 3-9
ControlNet PCI Bus I/O Bridge Card 3-7
ControlNet PCI Communication Interface
Card 3-7
ControlNet PCI Scanner Card 3-7
ControlNet PCMCIA Communication
Interface Card 3-7
ControlNet Products
Selecting 3-1
ControlNet RG-6 Quad-shield Coaxial
Cable 3-8
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ControlNet Short-distance Fiber
Repeater Module 3-10
ControlNet-to-DeviceNet Linking Device
G
Getting Started 1-1
2-36, 3-17
ControlNet-to-Foundation Fieldbus
Linking Device 3-17
D
DeviceNet Communication Interface
Card 2-8
DeviceNet Communication Module 2-26
DeviceNet CompactPCI Bus Scanner
Card 2-8
DeviceNet PCI Bus Scanner Card 2-8
DeviceNet PCI Communication Interface
Card 2-8
DeviceNet Products
Selecting 2-1
DeviceNet RS-232 Personal Computer
Interface 2-8
DeviceNet RS-232 Personal Computer
Interface with Global 9V dc
Power Supply Adapter 2-8
DeviceNet-to-EtherNet/IP Gateway
Module, Selecting 2-33, 4-12
Drive
Selecting 2-30, 3-15, 4-11
E
E3 Solid-State Overload Relay 2-27
EtherNet/IP Communication Adapter
4-11
EtherNet/IP Products
Selecting 4-1
EtherNet/IP-to-DeviceNet Linking
Device 2-36, 4-15
Ex Boot Insulator Kit 3-9
Ex Cable Marking Kit 3-9
Ex Right-angle T-tap 3-9
Ex Straight T-tap 3-9
Ex Straight Y-tap 3-9
F
FLEX Armor I/O 2-6
FLEX Ex I/O 2-6, 3-4, 4-4
FLEX I/O 2-6, 3-4, 4-4
FlexLogix Web Server Module 4-13
Foundation Fieldbus Linking Device 4-15
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I/O
Selecting 2-5, 3-4, 4-4
Intrinsically Safe Tap Dummy Load 3-9
Intrinsically Safe Terminator 3-9
InView Configuration Software 3-12, 4-7
InView ControlNet Communications
Module 3-12
InView DeviceNet Communication
Module 2-21
InView EtherNet Communications
Module 4-7
InView Message Display 2-21, 3-12, 4-7
Isolated Bulkhead Connectors 3-8
J
Jumper
ControlNet 3-8
K
KwikLink General Purpose Flat Media
2-20
KwikLink Heavy Duty Flat Media 2-17
L
Linking Device
Selecting 2-36, 3-17, 4-15
M
Media
ControlNet 3-8
DeviceNet 2-9
EtherNet/IP 4-6
KwikLInk General Purpose Flat 2-20
Kwiklink Heavy Duty Flat 2-17
Round 2-18
Selecting 2-9, 3-8, 4-6
Thick Trunk System 2-10
Thin Trunk System 2-15
Modem, Selecting 4-14
Modem, Wireless 4-14
Modular DSA System (MDSA) 2-27
Modular Protection System 2-28
Index
Motion Control Solutions
Selecting 2-32
Motor Starter/Protector
Selecting 2-27
3
RSView Studio for RSView Enterprise
Development Software 3-12, 4-7
RSView Studio for RSView Machine
Edition Development Software
3-12, 4-7
O
Open-style, 5-pin Probe Cable, 2.5m (8 ft)
2-8
Operator Interface
Selecting 2-21, 3-12, 4-7
S
Sealed Mini-male Cable, 2 m (6 ft) 2-8
Sealed-style, T-style Cable, 2m (6 ft) 2-8
Selecting a Controller Platform 2-4, 3-3,
4-2
P
PanelBuilder32 Software 2-21, 3-12, 4-7
PanelView Plus Operator Terminals
3-12, 4-7
PanelView Standard Operator Terminals
2-21, 3-12, 4-7
PC Cards
Selecting 2-7
PC Interfaces
Selecting 3-7
POINT I/O 2-6, 3-4, 4-4
Power Management Solution
Selecting 2-26, 2-27
PowerFlex 40 AC Drive 2-30, 4-11
PowerFlex 70 AC Drive 2-30, 3-15, 4-11
PowerFlex 700 AC Drive 2-30, 3-15, 4-11
PowerFlex 7000 Medium Voltage Drive
2-30, 3-15, 4-11
PowerFlex 700S AC Drive 2-30, 3-15,
4-11
Powermonitor 3000 2-26
Powermonitor ll 2-26
R
Remote Access Dial-in Kit 4-14
Remote Access Ethernet Modem 4-14
Repeater Modules and Adapters
Selecting 3-10
Right-angle T-tap 3-8
Right-angle Y-tap 3-8
RightSight Photoelectric Sensors 2-23
Round Media 2-18
RSPower32 Configuration Software 2-26
Selecting a DeviceNet-to-Ethernet/IP
Gateway Module 4-12
Selecting a Drive 2-30, 3-15, 4-11
Selecting a Linking Device 2-36, 3-17,
4-15
Selecting a Modem 4-14
Selecting a Motor Starter/Protector 2-27
Selecting a Power Management
Solution 2-26, 2-27
Selecting a Web Server Module 4-13
Selecting an Operator Interface 2-21,
3-12, 4-7
Selecting an XM Machinery Protection
and Condition Monitoring
Solutuion 2-33
Selecting ControlNet Products 3-1
Selecting DeviceNet Products 2-1
Selecting EtherNet/IP Products 4-1
Selecting I/O 2-5, 3-4, 4-4
Selecting Media 2-9, 3-8, 4-6
Selecting Motion Control Solutions 2-32
Selecting PC Cards 2-7
Selecting PC Interfaces 3-7
Selecting Repeater Modules and
Adapters 3-10
Selecting Sensors 2-23
Selecting Software 2-7, 3-6, 4-5
Sensors
Selecting 2-23
SmartSight 9000 Sensors 2-23
SMC-Flex Smart Motor Controller 2-28
Software
Selecting 2-7, 3-6, 4-5
Straight T-tap 3-8
Straight Y-tap 3-8
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T
Tap Dummy Load 3-8
Terminators 3-8
Thick Trunk System 2-10
U
U.S. 9V dc Power Supply Adapter 2-8
Ultra3000 Drives 2-32
Ultra5000 Drives 2-32
V
VersaView CE Industrial Computers
3-12, 4-7
W
Web Server Module 4-12
Web Server Module, Selecting 4-13
Wireless Modem 4-14
X
XM-120 Dynamic Measurement Module
2-34
XM-121 Low Frequency Measurement
Module 2-34
XM-122 gSE Vibration Module 2-34
XM-320 Position Module 2-35
XM-360 Process Module 2-34
XM-361 Universal Temperature Module
2-34
XM-362 Thermocouple Temperature
Module 2-35
XM-440 Master Relay Module 2-35
XM-441 Relay Expansion Module 2-35
XM-500 EtherNet/IP Gateway Module
2-35, 4-12
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