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Rockwell Automation 1784-KTS Troubleshooting guide
Hardware
Configuration
Reference Guide
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Preface
Purpose of this Document
This document provides you with reference information to configure your
hardware with Rockwell Software (RS) products. This document may be used as
reference guide and/or troubleshooting guide.
Supplemental Publications
We suggest that you accompany this document with other Allen-Bradley (A-B)
publications that have been published for the hardware you have purchased. See
Chapter 1 for a Publication Reference chart that provides publication numbers and
titles of additional documentation. In addition, we suggest that you consult the
Rockwell Software documentation provided with your software.
For additional reading, refer to the following A-B publications:
SD499
Allen-Bradley Publications Index
B112
Allen-Bradley Automation Systems
ICCG-1.2
Control, Communication, and Information Reference Guide
Please contact Allen-Bradley for more information.
Intended Audience
We assume you are familiar with:
the Allen-Bradley products in your system.
your IBM-compatible personal computer (PC).
the MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows for Workgroups 3.x, Windows 95, or
Windows NT operating environments.
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Document Conventions
The conventions used throughout this document for the user interface comply
with those recommended by Microsoft. If you are not familiar with the Microsoft
Windows user interface, we recommend that you read the documentation supplied
with the operating system you are using before attempting to use this software.
There are also several abbreviations used in this document.
A-B
Allen-Bradley
BNC
A connector for coaxial cable.
DH
Data Highway
IRQ
Interrupt Request
PC
Personal Computer
RS
Rockwell Software
SW-1
The letters SW will be accompanied by a number. This signifies a
switch assembly.
SW-2
Base Memory
Address
1
2
Feedback
Please use the feedback form packaged with your software to report errors or let
us know what information you would like to see added in future editions of this
document.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1
Before using this document........................................................................................... 1
What operating system am I using?......................................... 2
What communication network am I using? ............................. 2
What communication card or module am I using? .................. 3
What is memory management software? ................................ 4
MS-DOS ........................................................................................................................................ 5
Windows 95................................................................................................................................... 6
386MAX......................................................................................................................................... 7
QEMM ........................................................................................................................................... 8
Publication reference............................................................... 9
Chapter 2
Hardware configuration ................................................................................................ 11
How to use this chapter......................................................... 11
Communication networks ...................................................... 12
How to configure Allen-Bradley modules............................... 13
1770-KF2 (Series B)................................................................................................................... 13
1770-KF3 ..................................................................................................................................... 17
1770-KFC .................................................................................................................................... 19
1770-KFD.................................................................................................................................... 21
1785-KE (Series B)..................................................................................................................... 23
How to configure Allen-Bradley cards ................................... 27
1784-KL ....................................................................................................................................... 27
1784-KT....................................................................................................................................... 28
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1784-KT2..................................................................................................................................... 30
1784-KTC/KTCX ..................................................................................................................... 31
1784-KTX/KTXD/KTS.......................................................................................................... 36
1784-PCMK ................................................................................................................................ 38
How to configure S-S Technologies cards ............................. 39
5136-SD (Revision 1)................................................................................................................. 39
5136-SD (Revision 2)................................................................................................................. 42
5136-SD-MCA ............................................................................................................................ 46
Chapter 3
Communication cables..................................................................................................47
How to use this chapter ......................................................... 47
Cables ..................................................................................... 48
9399-C5/1784-CAK .................................................................................................................. 49
9399-C6/1784-CAS ................................................................................................................... 50
9399-C7 ........................................................................................................................................ 51
9399-C8 ........................................................................................................................................ 52
9399-C9/1784-CYS ................................................................................................................... 53
9399-C10...................................................................................................................................... 54
9399-C11...................................................................................................................................... 55
9399-C13...................................................................................................................................... 56
9399-C13B ................................................................................................................................... 57
9399-C14...................................................................................................................................... 58
9399-C15/1784-CP5.................................................................................................................. 59
9399-C16...................................................................................................................................... 60
9399-C17/1772-TC.................................................................................................................... 61
9399-C18/1784-CP2.................................................................................................................. 62
9399-C19/1784-CP.................................................................................................................... 63
9399-C20...................................................................................................................................... 64
9399-C21...................................................................................................................................... 65
9399-C23/1784-CP3.................................................................................................................. 66
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9399-C25...................................................................................................................................... 67
9399-C26/1784-CP7.................................................................................................................. 68
9399-C27 (Obsolete).................................................................................................................. 69
9399-C28/1784-CP10................................................................................................................ 70
9399-C29/1747-CP3.................................................................................................................. 71
9399-C30...................................................................................................................................... 72
Index ............................................................................................................................. 73
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Chapter
Before using this
document
To use this document effectively, please read the following sections and
familiarize yourself with the terminology used throughout this document.
After becoming familiar with the basic terminology, you will be ready to configure
your hardware with Rockwell Software products.
This chapter explains:
Operating systems
Communication links
Communication cards and modules
Memory management software
At the end of the chapter, there is a Publication Reference chart that lists the
publications for the communication card or modules in this document. Consult
these publications for further information on your hardware.
1
What operating system am I using?
There are five operating systems that are referenced in this document.
MS-DOS
Windows 3.x
Windows for Workgroups 3.x
Windows 95
Windows NT
What communication network am I using?
There are seven local area networks (LANs) that are used to transfer data that are
referenced in this document.
LAN
Description
Data Highway
(DH)
An Allen-Bradley floating-master baseband local area
network.
Data Highway Plus
(DH+)
An Allen-Bradley token-passing baseband local area network.
Data Highway II
(DHII)
An Allen-Bradley token-passing carrier-band local area
network.
Data Highway 485
(DH485)
An Allen-Bradley token-passing baseband link for a local
area network based on the RS-485 standard.
ControlNet
An Allen-Bradley open control network that uses the
producer/consumer model to combine the functionality of
an I/O network and a peer-to-peer network.
DeviceNet
An open communication network designed to provide an
interface through a single cable from a PLC processor
directly to devices such as sensors, pushbuttons, and drives.
Ethernet
A local area network with a baseband communication rate of
10Mbits/second.
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What communication card or module am I using?
In this document, there is hardware configuration information on the following
modules and cards.
Modules
Description
1770-KF2B
Provides an interface from a RS-232C or RS-422A device to a
Data Highway (DH) or a Data Highway Plus (DH+) network.
1770-KF3
Allows the host computer on an RS-232C link to communicate
with SLC processors on a DH485 network.
1770-KFC
Connects devices network that cannot communicate directly on
the link to a ControlNet network.
1770-KFD
Allows connection from an IBM-compliant laptop, desktop, or
notebook computer to a DeviceNet network.
1785-KE
Provides an interface between RS-232C devices to a Data
Highway Plus (DH+) network.
Cards
Description
1784-KL
Provides an interface from a PC bus to a Data Highway Plus
(DH+) network.
1784-KT
Provides an interface from a PC bus directly to a PLC-5, PLC-3,
or PLC-2 processor, or over a Data Highway Plus (DH+)
network to a PLC-5 processor.
1784-KT2
Allows an IBM/PS2 personal computer workstation to
communicate directly to a PLC-5, PLC-3, or PLC-2 processor, or
over a Data Highway Plus (DH+) network to any processor.
1784-KTC/
KTCX
Allows a 16-bit ISA or a 32-bit EISA-compatible computer to
communicate on a ControlNet network.
1784-KTX/
KTXD/KTS
Allows the ISA/EISA PC bus to communicate with PLC or SLC
processors via a DH, DH485, or remote I/O network.
1784-PCMK
Provides a PCMCIA communication interface between an IBM
compliant notebook computer and PLC and SLC processors.
5136-SD
(Rev 1 and 2)
Communicates from a PC bus to a Data Highway (DH) or Data
Highway (DH+) network.
5136-SD-MCA
Communicates to a Data Highway (DH) or a Data Highway Plus
(DH+) network. (Direct-Link Interface card)
Before using this document 3
What is memory management software?
This discussion of memory management software and memory exclusion is
directed towards the MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows for Workgroups 3.x, and
Windows 95 operating systems. Please be aware that you do not need this
software with Windows NT.
Memory management software optimizes the use of memory in your computer. If
your computer has expanded memory (EMS) or extended memory (XMS)
installed, you will be using memory management software. Memory management
software programs supervise the use of extended memory so that applications do
not try to use the same memory simultaneously.
Configure the memory manager to exclude (not use) memory addresses required
by your interface hardware. Determine the specific range of memory addresses
used in order to prevent memory conflicts.
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MS-DOS
Microsoft supplies three files that manage memory usage in your computer with
MS-DOS.
EMM386.EXE
HIMEM.SYS
SMARTDRV.SYS
EMM386.EXE
EMM386.EXE is a type of extended memory manager program provided with
MS-DOS. In the CONFIG.SYS file, the command line that loads EMM386.EXE
can be modified to avoid conflicts with DH485 and DH+ compatible cards.
1.
Use the exclude statement with EMM386.EXE to specify which address to
avoid. The command line below avoids an A-B 1784-KT communication card
with a memory address of D800.
DEVICE=C:\DOS\EMM386.EXE EXCLUDE=D800-DBFF
2.
Use the MEMMAKER utility to assist you in allocating memory if you are not
using 386MAX or QEMM. MEMMAKER makes more conventional memory
available by loading some device drivers and memory-resident programs into
the upper memory area.
TIP
MEMMAKER can be too aggressive and cause communications
problems. Apply this utility with caution.
HIMEM.SYS
The MS-DOS operating system includes the extended memory manager program
HIMEM.SYS. HIMEM.SYS is necessary for EMM386.EXE to function.
SMARTDRV.SYS
The SMARTDRV.SYS is a disk-caching program designed to decrease the amount
of time the operating system takes to read data from the hard drive. The
SMARTDrive program needs the HIMEM.SYS extended memory manager.
Consult your MS-DOS documentation for more details.
Before using this document 5
Windows 95
How to exclude memory areas in the SYSTEM.INI file
TIP
Regardless of whether you are using memory management software (a
memory manager that is loaded in CONFIG.SYS), add an exclude
statement to the SYSTEM.INI file.
IMPORTANT
Be sure to make a backup copy of the SYSTEM.INI file before
editing it. SYSTEM.INI is a Windows initialization file that contains
settings that you can use to customize Windows for your system’s
hardware.
Using Notepad or another text editor, add a statement to your Windows
SYSTEM.INI file to exclude the memory range required by your specific
communication interface card. SYSTEM.INI is located in the \WINDOWS
subdirectory.
1.
Add the exclude statement anywhere in the [386 Enh] section. The exclude
statement below avoids conflict with the 1784-KT communication interface
card at an address of D800.
emmexclude=D800-DBFF
2.
After adding this line to the SYSTEM.INI file, exit and restart Windows. This
is necessary for the changes to take effect.
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386MAX
386MAX is a type of memory management software produced by Qualitas, Inc.
Use 386MAX to avoid conflicts with the following communication interface
cards:
Allen-Bradley
1784-KL
1784-KT
1784-KT2
1784-KTX/KTXD/KTS
1784-PCMK
1784-KTC/KTCX
S-S Technologies, Inc.
5136-SD (Revisions 1 and 2)
5136-SD-MCA
How to avoid conflicts with the Allen-Bradley communication
interface cards
386MAX includes a program named MAXIMIZE.EXE. This program examines
your computer and makes sure that there will not be any memory conflicts with
your existing hardware. If you use MAXIMIZE.EXE to configure 386MAX, there
should be no conflicts with A-B communication interface cards. See the 386MAX
documentation for more details.
How to avoid conflicts with S-S Technologies, Inc. communication
interface cards
The CONFIG.SYS file launches a 386MAX reference initialization file named
386MAX.PRO stored in the 386MAX subdirectory. The 386MAX.PRO file can
be modified to prevent memory conflicts with S-S Technologies communication
interface cards. Add a RAM=statement in the 386MAX.PRO file to specify the
memory addresses to avoid. See the following example to prevent memory
conflicts with a 5136-SD with a memory address of D800.
RAM=D800-DBFF
When making a change to your system configuration and installing 386MAX, run
MAXIMIZE.EXE to optimize your memory management. Consult the 386MAX
documentation for details.
Before using this document 7
QEMM
QEMM is a type of memory management software produced by Quarterdeck, Inc.
Use QEMM to avoid conflicts with the following communication interface cards:
Allen-Bradley
1784-KL
1784-KT
1784-KT2
1784-KTX/KTXD/KTS
1784-PCMK
1784-KTC/KTCX
S-S Technologies, Inc.
5136-SD (Revisions 1 and 2)
5136-SD-MCA
The command line in your CONFIG.SYS file that launches QEMM may be
modified to prevent memory conflicts with these communication interface cards.
Use the EXCLUDE qualifier in the DEVICE= statement that launches QEMM
to specify which address to avoid. The following statement is designed to prevent
memory conflicts with an A-B 1784-KT with a memory address of D800.
DEVICE=C:\QEMM\QEMM\QEMM.SYS X=D800-DBFF
When using Rockwell Software products with QEMM, disable QEMM Stealth
Mode. Consult the QEMM documentation for details. Whenever you make a
change to the system configuration and QEMM is installed, run QEMM’s
OPTIMIZE.EXE to optimize your memory management. Consult the QEMM
documentation for details.
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Publication reference
Allen-Bradley
Publication Title
Publication
Numbers
1770-KF2B
DH/DH+ Asynchronous RS-232 or RS-422
Interface Module User Manual
1770-6.5.13
1770-KF3
DH485 Communication Module User Manual
1770-6.5.18
1770-KFC
ControlNet Communication Interface Module
User Manual
1770-6.5.20
1770-KFD
1770-KFD Communication Protocol Reference
Manual
1770-6.5.22
1785-KE
1785-KE Data Highway Communications
Interface Module User Manual
1785-6.5.2
1784-KL
Data Highway Plus Local Area Network Product
Data
1785-2.6
1784-KT
Communication Interface Module Installation
Data
1784-2.31
1784-KT2
Communication Interface Module Installation
Data
1784-6.5.16
1784-KTX/KTXD/KTS
1784 Communication Interface Card User
Manual
1784-6.5.22
1784-PCMK
PCMK Communication Card User Manual
1784-6.5.19
1784-KTC/KTCX
ControlNet Communication Interface Card
Installation Instructions
1784-5.20
5136-SD (Rev 1 and 2)
5136-SD User’s Guide
SDMS.DOC
5136-SD-MCA
5136-SD-MCA Direct Link Interface User’s
Guide
MCMAN.DOC
Modules
Cards
S-S Technologies
Cards
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Chapter
Hardware configuration
This chapter provides basic configuration instructions for communication cards
and modules manufactured by either Allen-Bradley or S-S Technologies. There is
a Communication Links chart in this chapter for product comparison.
If you have any additional questions on your hardware, we suggest that you
contact the hardware manufacturer. If you have additional questions on
configuring your hardware for Rockwell Software products, please contact
Rockwell Software technical support.
How to use this chapter
1.
Determine the type of communication interface card or module that you are
configuring.
2.
Refer to the appropriate section of this chapter.
If you need additional information on your hardware, refer to the documentation
from the manufacturer. The Allen-Bradley and S-S Technologies publication
numbers are included in each section of this chapter and in Chapter 1 of this
document.
TIP
You may not have all the communication interface cards or modules
listed in this chapter. It is only necessary that you follow the instructions
for the type of communication interface card or module that will be
used in your system.
TIP
Not all software supports all hardware. If you foresee or encounter an
incompatibility problem, refer to your hardware and software
documentation for the solution or contact Rockwell Software technical
support.
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Communication networks
Communication Networks
Product
Catalog
Number
Data
Highway
(DH)
Data
Highway
(DH+)
x
x
Data
Highway
II (DHII)
Data
Highway
485
(DH485)
ControlNet
DeviceNet
Modules
1770-KF2B
x
1770-KF3
x
1770-KFC
x
Allen-Bradley
1770-KFD
x
1785-KE
Cards
1784-KL
x
1784-KT
x
1784-KT2
x
1784-KTC
x
1784-KTCX
x
1784-KTX
1784-KTXD
x
x
x
x
x
x
1784-KTS (RIO)
Technologies
S-S
1784-PCMK
Cards
5136-SD (Rev 1)
x
x
5136-SD (Rev 2)
x
x
5136-SD-MCA
x
x
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Ethernet
How to configure Allen-Bradley modules
This section provides information on how to configure Allen-Bradley modules.
1770-KF2 (Series B)
This module provides an interface from an RS-232C or RS-422A device to the
Data Highway or the Data Highway (DH+). On the bottom of the module, there
are eight switch assemblies. Each of the switch assemblies may contain up to five
switches.
For more information on the 1770-KF2B, please refer to DH/DH+ Asynchronous
RS-232 or RS-422 Interface Module User Manual, publication 1770-6.5.13.
The 1770-KF2B reads the status of the communications option
switches only at power-up. Make the selections with the power
OFF.
IMPORTANT
Side View
ON
ON
Front View
1
A-B
OFF
O
N
ON
O
F
F
ALLEN-BRADLEY
PWR
XMTG RCVG
DATA-HIGHWAY
COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
RDY
ACTV
OFF
CPU
2
OFF
SW-1
Asynchronous Link
Features
SW-8
RS-232-C/RS-422-A
Selection
1
1
2
2
3
4
SW-5
SW-6
Network
Asynchronous Link
Communication
Communication
Rate
Rate
SW-2, SW-3, SW-4
Station Address
5
1
1
2
2
3
1
2
3
1
1
2
2
3
SW-7
Communication
Link Selection
4
1
O
N
O
N
O
N
O
N
O
N
O
N
O
N
O
N
O
F
F
O
F
F
O
F
F
O
F
F
O
F
F
O
F
F
O
F
F
O
F
F
2
Hardware configuration 13
SW-1 (Asynchronous Link Features)
Protocol
Error
Parity
checking
Embedded Switch
Response
1
2
3
4
5
Full duplex
BCC
None
No
OFF
OFF
n/a
n/a
OFF
Full duplex
BCC
Even
No
ON
OFF
OFF
Full duplex
BCC
None
Yes
OFF
ON
OFF
Full duplex
BCC
Even
Yes
ON
ON
OFF
Half duplex
BCC
None
No
OFF
OFF
ON
Half duplex
BCC
Even
No
ON
OFF
ON
Full duplex
CRC
None
Yes
OFF
ON
ON
Half duplex
CRC
None
No
ON
ON
ON
SW-1 Switch 3 (Duplicates)
Messages
Switch 3
Detect and ignore duplicates
ON
Accept all regardless of duplication
OFF
SW-1 Switch 4 (Handshaking)
Handshaking
Switch 4
Use handshaking signals
ON
Ignore handshaking signals
OFF
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SW-2 (Station Address)
First Digit
SW-3, SW-4 (Station Address)
Second and Third Digits
Digit
Switch 1
Switch 2
Digit
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
0
OFF
OFF
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
1
OFF
ON
1
OFF
OFF
ON
2
ON
OFF
2
OFF
ON
OFF
3
ON
ON
3
OFF
ON
ON
4
ON
OFF
OFF
5
ON
OFF
ON
6
ON
ON
OFF
7
ON
ON
ON
SW-5 (Network Communication Rate)
Switch 1
Switch 2
Communication rate
ON
ON
57,600 bits per second
SW-6 (Asynchronous Link Communication Rate)
Bits per second
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
110
OFF
OFF
OFF
300
ON
OFF
OFF
600
OFF
ON
OFF
1200
ON
ON
OFF
2400
OFF
OFF
ON
4800
ON
OFF
ON
9600
OFF
ON
ON
SW-6 Switch 4 (Diagnostic Command)
Status
Switch 4
Execute
ON
Pass
OFF
Hardware configuration 15
SW-7 (Communication Link Selection)
Network
Switch 1
Switch 2
Data Highway (DH)
OFF
OFF
Data Highway Plus (DH+) or Peer
Communication Link (PCL)
ON
OFF
Communication interface
Switch 1
Switch 2
RS-232C
OFF
ON
RS-422A
ON
OFF
SW-8 (RS-232C/RS-422A)
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1770-KF3
This module is an interface between a host computer on an RS-232C link and SLC
processors on a Data Highway 485 (DH485) network. On the bottom of the
module, there is a pushbutton display that is used to configure the module’s
communication parameters.
For more information on the 1770-KF3, please refer to DH485 Communication
Module User Manual, publication 1770-6.5.18.
A-B ALLEN-BRADLEY
DH 485 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
RS 232
DH 485
ACTIVITY ACTIVITY
FAULT
POWER
Current
Setting
Communication
Parameter
Save
View
Data
Exit
Hardware configuration 17
Communication Parameters (Factory Defaults)
DH485 Parameters
Parameter
Number
Parameter
Factory Default
0
DH485 Node Address
00
1
DH485 Baud Rate
96 (9600 baud)
2
Diagnostic Command Execution
01 (the KF3 executes the
commands)
3
RS-232C Baud Rate
96 (9600 baud)
4
RS-232C Parity
00 (none)
5
DF1 Device Category
00 (full duplex)
RS-232C Parameters
Parameter
Number
Parameter
Factory Default
6
Error Detection
00 (BCC)
7
Flow Control
00 (Disabled)
8
Duplicate Message Detection
01 (Enabled)
9
Sub-menu Parameters
N/A
A
Series and Revision
N/A
Advanced Communication Parameters
Parameter
Number
Parameter
Factory Default
0
Maximum Token Holder
31
1
Token Hold Factor
01
2
Number of Retries
02
3
DF1 ACK Timeout
10 (1.0 second timeout)
4
CTS to Transmit Delay
00 (no delay)
5
End of Message to RTS Off
00 (no delay)
6
Master Station Address
10 (octal)
7
Group Number
00
18 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
1770-KFC
This module provides an interface from RS-232C devices to the ControlNet
network. On the bottom of the module, there is a push button display that is used
to configure the communication parameters.
For more information on the 1770-KFC, please refer to ControlNet Communication
Interface Module User Manual, publication 1770-6.5.20.
Status LEDs
Fuse
Parallel Port
Reset Switch
RS-232C Port
Network Access Port
ControlNet Port A BNC Connector
Power Connector
ControlNet Port B BNC Connector
Current
Setting
Communication
Parameter
Save
View
Data
Exit
Hardware configuration 19
Communication Parameters (Factory Defaults)
Basic Communication Parameters
Parameter
Number
Parameter
Factory
Default
0
Network address
02
1
DF1 port
00
2
Baud Rate
96
3
Parity
00
4
Full/Half Duplex
00
5
Parallel Port Transfer
01
6
Error detection
00
7
DF1 Station address
00
8
Diagnostic Command
Execution
00
A
Sub-menu
N/A
F
Series/Revision
N/A
Advanced Communication Parameters
Parameter
Number
Parameter
Factory
Default
0
Number of Retries
02
1
Duplicate message detection
01
2
DF1 ACK Time-out
10
3
Modem Handshaking
00
4
CTS to transmit delay
No delay (00)
5
End of message to RTS off
No delay (00)
20 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
1770-KFD
This module provides an interface from RS-232 devices to the DeviceNet
network. This module is configured through your software.
For more information on the 1770-KFD, please refer to 1770-KFD Communication
Protocol Reference Manual, publication 1770-6.5.22.
NETWORK
STATUS
MODULE
STATUS
INTERFACE
RS-232
RS-232
STATUS
A-B
ALLEN-BRADLEY
Network Status Indicator
Color
Status
Off
Offline
Flashing green
Online
Solid red
Link failed (critical fault)
Solid green
Online, communicating
Hardware configuration 21
Module Status Indicator
Color
Status
Off
No power
Solid green
Device OK
Flashing green
Not configured
Solid red
Critical fault
Flashing red
Non-critical fault
RS-232 Indicator
Color
Status
Off
No activity, link OK
Flickering green
Activity, link OK
Solid red
Link failed (critical fault)
Flashing red
Link failed (non-critical fault)
22 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
1785-KE (Series B)
This module provides an interface between RS-232C devices to a Data Highway
Plus (DH+) network. On the side of the module, there are four switch assemblies.
Each of the switch assemblies may contain up to eight switches. There is also a
switch guide printed on the side of the module.
For more information on the 1785-KE, please refer to 1785-KE Data Highway
Communications Interface Module User Manual, publication 1785-6.5.2.
SW-2
Station
Address
SW-1
Asynchronous
Link Features
O
F
F
1 2 3 4
5 6
O
F
F
1 2 3
O
N
O
N
ON
4 5 6 7 8
SW-3
Communication
Rate
O
F
F
O
N
1 2
3 4 5 6
SW-4
O
F
F
1 2 3 4
O
N
OFF
Hardware configuration 23
SW-1 (Asynchronous Link Features)
Protocol
Error
Parity
Checking
Embedded Switch
Response
1
2
3
Full duplex
BCC
None
No
OFF
OFF
OFF
Full duplex
BCC
Even
No
ON
OFF
OFF
Full duplex
BCC
None
Yes
OFF
ON
OFF
Full duplex
BCC
Even
Yes
ON
ON
OFF
Full duplex
BCC
None
No
OFF
OFF
ON
Half duplex
BCC
Even
No
OFF
ON
ON
Full duplex
CRC
None
Yes
OFF
ON
ON
Half duplex
CRC
None
No
ON
ON
ON
SW-1 Switch 4 (Duplicate)
Messages
Switch 4
Detect and ignore duplicates
ON
Accept all regardless of duplication
OFF
SW-1 Switch 5 (Handshaking)
Handshaking
Switch 5
Use handshaking signals
ON
Ignore handshaking signals
OFF
SW-1 Switch 6 (Diagnostics)
Diagnostic Command
Switch 6
Execute
ON
Pass
OFF
24 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
SW-2 Switches 1, 2 (Station Address)
Switch 1
Switch 2
ON
ON
SW-2 Switches 3, 4, 5 (Octal Digit 1)(most significant)
To set first digit
(octal):
Switch
3
4
5
0
ON
ON
ON
1
ON
ON
OFF
2
ON
OFF
ON
3
ON
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
ON
ON
5
OFF
ON
OFF
6
OFF
OFF
ON
7
OFF
OFF
OFF
SW-2 Switches 6, 7, 8 (Octal Digit 2)(least significant)
To set second digit
(octal):
Switch
6
7
8
0
ON
ON
ON
1
ON
ON
OFF
2
ON
OFF
ON
3
ON
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
ON
ON
5
OFF
ON
OFF
6
OFF
OFF
ON
7
OFF
OFF
OFF
Hardware configuration 25
SW-3 Switches 1, 2 (Network Communication Rate)
Switch 1
Switch 2
Communication rate
ON
ON
57, 600 bits per second
SW-3 Switches 3, 4, 5 (Asynchronous Communication Rate)
Bits per second
Switch
3
4
5
110
OFF
OFF
OFF
300
ON
OFF
OFF
600
OFF
ON
OFF
1200
ON
ON
OFF
2400
OFF
OFF
ON
4800
ON
OFF
ON
9600
OFF
ON
ON
19200
ON
ON
ON
SW-3 Switch 6
To use the 1785-KE to connect
Switch 6
Computer or other intelligent RS-232C device Local (ON)
to a Data Highway Plus network
Data Highway Plus node (such as a PLC-5) as Remote (OFF)
a slave on a multidrop link, using a modem
Two Data Highway Plus networks over a
point-to-point modem link
SW-4
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
26 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
Remote (OFF)
How to configure Allen-Bradley cards
This section provides information on how to configure Allen-Bradley cards.
1784-KL
This card provides an interface from the Data Highway Plus (DH+) to the A-B
T47 programming terminal.
For more information on the 1784-KL, please refer to Data Highway Plus Local
Area Network Product Data, publication 1785-2.6.
TIP
It is not necessary to configure the 1784-KL card’s memory address or
interrupt for use with Rockwell Software products. The base address
and interrupt are not adjustable and are set as follows:
Series
Base Address
IRQ
A
E000
None (the card uses Polled Mode)
B
E000
2
IMPORTANT
Exclude memory addresses from E000 to E100 with your memory
management software. If you are using Windows, exclude the
memory addresses in the SYSTEM.INI file.
Hardware configuration 27
1784-KT
This card provides an interface from a PC bus to a Data Highway Plus (DH+)
network. The 1784-KT card contains a set of DIP switches and a jumper which
must be set before you can use the 1784-KT with your Rockwell Software
product.
For more information on the 1784-KT card, please refer to Communication Interface
Module Installation Data, publication 1784-2.31.
Base Address
3
4
5
6
3
2
7
5
4
1
Interrupt
Factory base address
setting of D400
ON
OFF
IMPORTANT
Be careful when reading the switches on the 1784-KT card. The side
of the switch that is pushed into the switch block is the activated
side. (The small red dots on the switches do not denote the switch’s
position.)
28 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
Interrupt
TIP
WINtelligent LINX does not use the 1784-KT interrupt. However, you
may be using other software that does use the 1784-KT interrupt. In
that case, set the interrupt as recommended for that software. The
1784-KT interrupt may conflict with other devices in your computer as
shown below.
Interrupt
May conflict with
3
COM2
4
COM1
5
LPT2
7
LPT1
Base Address
Address
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
A000
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
A400
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
A800
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
AC00
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
B000
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
B400
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
B800
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
C000
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
C400
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
C800
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
CC00
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
D000
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
D400
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
D800
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Hardware configuration 29
1784-KT2
This module is an IBM/PS2 MicroChannel card that provides an interface from a
PC bus to a Data Highway Plus (DH+) network. Use an IBM Reference Diskette
to configure this module.
For more information on the 1770-KT2, please refer to Communication Interface
Module Data, publication 1784.6.5.16.
TIP
Please refer to your Allen-Bradley documentation for installing and
configuring this module.
Supported memory addresses
C000-C3FF
C400-C7FF
C800-CBFF
CC00-CFFF
D000-D3FF
D400-D7FF
D800-DBFF
DC00-DFFF
Supported interrupts
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ12
30 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
1784-KTC/KTCX
This card provides an interface from a PC bus to the ControlNet network.
The 1784-KTCX is the card pictured in this documentation. There are two series
to this card: A and B. The 1784-KTCX series A/B contains two BNC receptacles
to connect directly to a ControlNet network. The 1784-KTC series A/B is
identical to the KTCX series A/B except that the KTC does not have BNC
connectors.
For more information on the 1784-KTC/KTCX, please refer to ControlNet
Communication Interface Card Installation Instructions, publication 1784-5.20.
Series A 1784-KTC/KTCX
E3
JPR1
JPR2
BNC receptacles
on 1784-KTCX
card only
JPR3
Hardware configuration 31
Series B 1784-KTC/KTCX
E1
E2
BNC receptacles
on 1784-KTCX
card only
E3
Switch Assemblies (Series A KTC/KTCX and Series B KTC/KTCX)
SW-3
Base I/O
Channel
Address
1
2
Side
View
3
SW-2
SW-1
Base Memory
Address
Base Memory
Address
4
1
Front View
Down
(0)
Up
(1)
32 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
2
1
2
3
4
Base Memory Address for the Series A card
IMPORTANT
Do not mix 8-bit and 16-bit cards within a 64K segment boundary.
A 1784-KT (series B) card cannot be placed in the same segment
range of D000-DFFF or C000-CFFF. The 8-bit card may not work
in this setup. The two cards, 1784-KTC (series A) (16-bit) and 1784KT (series B) (8-bit), can be placed with one in the C000-CFFF
range and one in the D000-DFFF range.
SW-1 SW-2 Base Memory Address
Base
Memory
Address
SW-2
SW-1
Switch
Switch
1
2
1
2
3
4
C000
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
UP
UP
C400
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
UP
UP
C800
DOWN
UP
DOWN
DOWN
UP
UP
CC00
UP
UP
DOWN
DOWN
UP
UP
D000
DOWN
DOWN
UP
DOWN
UP
UP
D400
UP
DOWN
UP
DOWN
UP
UP
D800
DOWN
UP
UP
DOWN
UP
UP
DC00
UP
UP
UP
DOWN
UP
UP
Hardware configuration 33
SW-3 Base I/O Channel Address
Base I/O Channel
Address
Switch
1
2
3
4
200
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
220
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
240
DOWN
UP
DOWN
DOWN
260
UP
UP
DOWN
DOWN
280
DOWN
DOWN
UP
DOWN
2A0
UP
DOWN
UP
DOWN
2C0
DOWN
UP
UP
DOWN
2E0
UP
UP
UP
DOWN
300
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
UP
320
UP
DOWN
DOWN
UP
340
DOWN
UP
DOWN
UP
360
UP
UP
DOWN
UP
380
DOWN
DOWN
UP
UP
3A0
UP
DOWN
UP
UP
3C0
DOWN
UP
UP
UP
3E0
UP
UP
UP
UP
34 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
Series A Jumper Explanations
JPR 1
JPR 2
JPR 1
JPR 2
Use these jumper
positions for normal
card operation and
field flash upgrade
of card's main
code.
JPR 3
When installed, use this
jumper to latch certain
address lines that some
286 machines and older
may not latch.
E3
Use these jumper
positions for field
flash upgrade of
card's boot code.
This jumper must be
installed during field flash
upgrades. This jumper
must be uninstalled during
normal card operation.
Series B Jumper Explanations
E1
E2
Use these
jumper positions
for normal card
operation and
field flash
upgrade of card's
main code.
E1
E2
Use these jumper
positions for field
flash upgrade of
card's boot code.
E3
When installed, use this
jumper to latch certain
address lines that some
286 machines and older
may not latch.
Hardware configuration 35
1784-KTX/KTXD/KTS
Use this document to configure the 1784-KTX, the 1784 KTXD, and the 1784KTS cards.
For more information on these cards, please refer to 1784 Communication Interface
Card User Manual, publication 1784-6.5.22.
Features Supported
Product
Catalog
Number
Channels
Communicates
from a PC bus
to these
networks
Description
1784-KTX
1
DH+ or DH485
1 set of rotary dials and
interrupt jumpers. RJ
connector in place of middle 3pin Phoenix connector.
1784-KTXD
2
DH+ and/or
DH485
2 sets of rotary dials and
interrupt jumpers.
1784-KTS
1
N/A
A single channel device that
acts only as remote scanner.
1784-KTXD
Channel 2
SW-1 SW-2
Phoenix
connectors
Interrupts
Ch2
Ch1
TIP
Channel 1
SW-3 SW-4
The 1784-KTX is similar in appearance but only has one channel and
one RJ connector.
36 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
Memory Address
Channel 2
SW-1
SW-3
SW-2
Channel 1
SW-4
Interrupts
IRQ
No IRQ
Ch2
Ch1
IRQ
3
3
4
4
5
5
7
7
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
15
15
IRQ 5
Hardware configuration 37
1784-PCMK
This card provides a PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International
Association) communication interface to Data Highway Plus (DH+) and Data
Highway 485 (DH485) networks, and the communication port on the front of
PLC-2 processors. There are no explicit configuration instructions for this card, as
Windows can handle any configuration required.
For more information on the 1784-PCMK, please refer to PCMK Communication
Card User Manual, publication 1784-6.5.19.
IMPORTANT
Your computer must be PCMCIA 2.1 compliant to support the
PCMK card.
EMM386.EXE
Loading EMM386.EXE in the CONFIG.SYS file may interfere with the driver’s
ability to map the 1784-PCMK into MS-DOS memory. Either remove
EMM386.EXE from CONFIG.SYS, or use it with the WIN= option in the
command line. Refer to the What is Memory Management Software section in
Chapter 1 for more information on EMM386.EXE.
38 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
How to configure S-S Technologies cards
This section provides information on how to configure S-S Technologies cards.
5136-SD (Revision 1)
This card provides an interface from a PC bus to a Data Highway (DH) and Data
Highway Plus (DH+) network. There are two revisions to this card. Revision 1
has eight switches. Revision 2 has six switches.
For more information on the 5136-SD (Revision 1 and 2), please refer to 5136-SD
User’s Guide, publication SDMS.DOC.
Transmit
Enable/Disable
Jumper
Enable
Factory default IRQ setting of 5
and I/O Channel Address of 250
Switches
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF
Hardware configuration 39
I/O Channel Address
I/O
Channel
Address
Switch
Remarks
4
5
6
7
8
200
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
208
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
210
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
218
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
220
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
228
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
230
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
238
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
240
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
248
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
250
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
258
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
260
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
268
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
270
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
278
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
280
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
288
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
290
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
298
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
2A0
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
2A8
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
2B0
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
2B8
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
2C0
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
2C8
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
2D0
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
2D8
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
2E0
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
40 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
Game port
Default
LPT2
I/O
Channel
Address
Switch
Remarks
4
5
6
7
8
2E8
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
2F0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
2F8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
COM4
COM2
IRQ Setting
IRQ
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch
3
May conflict with
3
ON
OFF
OFF
COM2
5
OFF
ON
OFF
LPT2
7
OFF
OFF
ON
LPT1
None
OFF
OFF
OFF
Default
Transmit Enable/Disable Jumper (JB1)
Disable
Enable
Hardware configuration 41
5136-SD (Revision 2)
This card provides an interface from a PC bus to a Data Highway (DH) and Data
Highway Plus (DH+) network. There are two revisions to this card. Revision 2
has six switches. Revision 1 has eight switches.
For more information on the 5136-SD (Revision 1 and 2), please refer to 5136-SD
User’s Guide, publication SDMS.DOC.
Transmit
Enable/Disable
Jumper
Enable
Factory default I/O Channel
Address of 250
Switches
ON
1
2
3
42 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
4
5
6
OFF
I/O Channel Address
I/O Channel
Address
Switch
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
200
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
208
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
210
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
218
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
220
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
228
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
230
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
238
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
240
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
248
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
250
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
258
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
260
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
268
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
270
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
278
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
280
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
288
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
290
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
298
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
2A0
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
2A8
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
2B0
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
2B8
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
2C0
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
2C8
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
2D0
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
2D8
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
2E0
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
2E8
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Game port
Default
LPT2
COM4
Hardware configuration 43
I/O Channel
Address
Switch
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
2F0
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
2F8
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
COM2
600
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Game port
608
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
610
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
618
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
620
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
628
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
630
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
638
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
640
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
648
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
650
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
658
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
660
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
668
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
670
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
678
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
680
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
688
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
690
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
698
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
6A0
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
6A8
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
6B0
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
6B8
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
6C0
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
6C8
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
6D0
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
6D8
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
44 Hardware Configuration Reference Guide
LPT2
I/O Channel
Address
Switch
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
6E0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
6E8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
6F0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
6F8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
COM4
COM2
Transmit Enable/Disable Jumper (JB2)
Disable
Enable
Hardware configuration 45
5136-SD-MCA
This card provides an interface from an IBM PS/2 bus to a Data Highway (DH)
and Data Highway Plus (DH+) network.
TIP
The original cards were labeled 5136-SD-MCA. Revised cards are
labeled 5136-SD2-MC (Revision 1). See S-S Technologies’
documentation for details.
TIP
Installing and configuring the 5136-SD-MCA requires a reference disk
that is supplied with the computer. The .ADF files for installing the
5136-SD-MCA are included on the reference disk.
For more information on the 5136-SD-MCA, please refer to 5136-SD-MCA
Direct-Link Interface Card User’s Guide, publication MCMAN.DOC.
Enable
Transmit
Enable/Disable
Jumper
Jumper Settings
Card
Jumper
Setting
Function
Original card
J2
Enable
Enables transmission
Revised card
P6
Enable
(left position)
Enables transmission
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Chapter
Communication cables
This chapter provides you with basic connection information. In this chapter, there
is also a chart to reference the communication cables.
If you have additional questions on your cabling, we suggest that you contact the
cable manufacturer. If you have additional questions on cabling your hardware
with Rockwell Software products, please contact Rockwell Software technical
support.
TIP
Some of the products listed in this may be no longer available from
Rockwell Software, Inc. Please contact Rockwell Software for details on
availability.
How to use this chapter
1.
Determine the type of communication devices that you are configuring.
2.
Refer to the appropriate section of Chapter 3.
47
Cables
Rockwell Software
Part Number
Product Description
Allen-Bradley
Part Number
9399-C5
Serial Port to 1771-KG, -KE, -KF, or 1785-KE Module
1784-CAK
9399-C6
Serial Port to 1770-SA or 1770-SB Recorder
1784-CAS
9399-C7
Serial Port to 1770 T3 Terminal
9399-C8
6120 Industrial XT to 1771-KF, -KG, or 1785-KE Module
9399-C9
6120 Industrial XT to 1770-SA or 1770-SB Recorder
9399-C10
6120 Industrial XT to 1770 T3 Terminal
9399-C11
Serial Port to 1770-KF2B or 1770-KF3 Module
9399-C13
25-Pin Male to 9-Pin Female Adapter
9399-C13B
9-Pin Male to 25-Pin Female Adapter
9399-C14
Serial Port to1771-DB Module
9399-C15
1784-KTK1 or 1770-KF2B to PLC-5 Processor
9399-C16
Serial Port to PLC-3 Channel 0 or 5
9399-C17
Rockwell Software L2-101 Interface Card (9399-L2101) to
PLC-2 Front Port
1772-TC
9399-C18
1784-KT or 1784-KL to PLC-2 Front Port
1784-CP2
9399-C19
1784-KT or 1784-KL to PLC-5 Processor
1784-CP
9399-C20
1785-KE to PLC-5 Processor (blue hose for DH, DH+, and
remote I/O)
9399-C21
Serial Port to 1774-TC Cable
9399-C23
1784-KT to PLC-3 Front Port
9399-C25
Serial Port Adapter for 1774-TD Cable
9399-C26
8-Pin Mini DIN to 9-Pin Female
9399-C27
(Obsolete)
9399-C28
Serial Port to PLC-5 Channel 0
1784-CP10
9399-C29
Serial Port to SLC 500/03 Channel 0
1747-CP3
9399-C30
Serial Port to CVIM/CVIM2
RJ-45 8-Pin Connector KTC/KTCX
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1784-CYS
1784-CP5
1784-CP3
1784-CP7
1786-CP
9399-C5/1784-CAK
This cable connects a T50, 6121, or IBM AT to a 1771-KG, -KE, -KF, or 1785KE module.
15-Pin Male
22
1
9
10
3
11
4
12
5
13
9-Pin Female
6
14
7
15
8
9
2
3
4
5
8
7
1
6
1
4
1
2
7
3
13
4
6
2
5
3
7
8
5
6
8
11
Communication cables 49
9399-C6/1784-CAS
This cable connects a T50, 6121, or IBM AT to a 1770-SA or 1770-SB recorder.
25-Pin Male
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
9-Pin Female
8
20
9
21 22
10
23
11
24
12
13
9
1
2
3
3
2
4
7
5
8
6
6
7
5
8
1
20
4
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2
3
4
5
25
8
7
1
6
9399-C7
This cable connects an IBM AT to the 1770 T3 terminal.
9-Pin Female
9
2
3
4
5
8
7
25-Pin Male
1
6
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
7
19
3
2
2
3
7
4
8
5
6
6
5
7
1
8
4
20
20
8
9
21 22
10
23
11
24
12
13
25
Communication cables 51
9399-C8
This cable connects the 6120 Industrial XT to a 1771-KF, -KG, or 1785-KE
module.
9-Pin Female
2
1
6
3
7
4
8
15-Pin Male
22
1
5
9
9
7
1
10
3
4
11
1
shield
frame ground
2
3
3
2
4
4
5
5
6
11
8
6
9
8
7
13
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12
5
13
6
14
7
15
8
9399-C9/1784-CYS
This cable connects the 6120 Industrial XT to 1770-SA or 1770-SB recorder.
25-Pin Male
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
9-Pin Female
9
10
21 22
23
11
24
12
25
13
9
2
3
4
5
8
7
1
6
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
20
9
Communication cables 53
9399-C10
This cable connects a 6120 Industrial XT to a 1770 T3 terminal.
9-Pin Female
9
2
3
4
5
8
7
1
25-Pin Male
1
1
14
6
2
15
3
16
Frame Ground
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
20
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4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
9
21 22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
9399-C11
This cable connects a 1770-KF2B or 1770-KF3 module.
9-Pin Female
4
5
9
3
8
2
7
25-Pin Female
13
1
25
6
Frame Ground
12
24
11
10
23
22
9
21
8
20
7
19
6
5
18 17
4
16
3
15
2
1
14
1
3
3
2
2
7
4
8
5
6
20
4
8
1
6
5
7
Communication cables 55
9399-C13
This cable is a 25-pin male to 9-pin female adapter.
25-Pin Male
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
9-Pin Female
8
9
21 22
10
11
23
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12
25
13
3
4
5
9
8
2
7
2
3
3
2
4
7
5
8
6
6
7
5
8
1
20
4
22
9
1
6
9399-C13B
This cable connects to a 9-pin male to a 25-pin female port or vice versa. This
cable allows a cable to be used interchangeably on 9- and 25-pin serial ports.
9-Pin Male
3
2
1
6
7
4
8
25-Pin Female
5
9
13
25
12
24
11
23
10
22
3
2
2
3
7
4
8
5
6
6
5
7
1
8
4
20
9
22
9
21
8
20
7
19
6
5
18 17
4
16
3
15
2
1
14
Communication cables 57
9399-C14
This cable connects the 9-pin serial port to the 25-pin port on the 1771-DB
module. This cable comes with an adapter for use with 9- or 25-pin serial ports on
the computer.
9-Pin Female
3
4
5
9
2
7
8
1
6
1
25-Pin Male
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
Frame Ground
3
3
2
2
5
7
6
1
4
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7
20
8
9
21 22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
9399-C15/1784-CP5
This cable connects the 1784-KTK1 or 1770-KF2B module to a 9-pin serial port
on a PC.
9-Pin Male
3
2
1
6
7
4
8
15-Pin Female
5
9
8
15
7
14
6
13
5
4
12
11
3
10
2
1
9
6
1
7
8
5
7
Communication cables 59
9399-C16
This cable is a serial port that connects the computer’s 25-pin serial port to the
Channel 0 or Channel 5 on the PLC-3. This cable comes with an adapter for use
with 9- or 25-pin serial ports on the computer.
25-Pin Female
13
25
12
24
11
23
10
22
9
21
8
20
7
19
25-Pin Male
6
5
18 17
4
16
3
15
2
1
1
14
14
Frame Ground
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
20
20
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19
7
20
8
9
21 22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
9399-C17/1772-TC
This cable connects the port on the interface card to the communication port on
the front of the PLC-2 processor.
15-Pin Male
22
1
9
10
3
11
4
12
5
15-Pin Male
6
13
14
7
15
8
22
1
9
10
3
4
11
12
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
5
13
6
14
7
8
15
9
Communication cables 61
9399-C18/1784-CP2
This cable connects the 1784-KT or 1784-KL to the communication port on the
front of the PLC-2 processor.
62-Pin Male
1
2
22
23
43
44
3
24
45
4
5
25 26
46 47
6
27
48
7
28
8
9
29 30
49
50 51
10
31
52
11
32
53
12 13
33 34
14
54 55
16 17
15
35
37 38
36
56
18
39
58 59
57
19
40
60
21
20
41
61
42
62
15-Pin Male
22
1
9
10
3
11
4
5
12
4
1
5
2
7
3
6
4
26
5
27
6
47
7
48
8
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6
14
7
15
8
9399-C19/1784-CP
This cable connects the 1784-KT or 1784-KL to Channel 1 on a PLC-5 processor
serial port.
62-Pin Male
1
22
43
2
23
44
3
24
45
4
5
25 26
46 47
6
27
48
7
8
9
29 30
28
49
50 51
10
31
52
11
32
53
12 13
33 34
54 55
14
35
56
15
36
57
16 17
37 38
58 59
18
39
19
40
60
61
20
41
21
42
62
9-Pin Male
6
36
clear
clear
black
black
3
2
1
7
4
8
5
9
1
35
34
5
7
Communication cables 63
9399-C20
This cable connects the 1785-KE to the PLC-5 processor serial port.
9-Pin Male
3
2
1
6
7
4
8
9-Pin Male
5
9
3
2
1
6
7
1
1
7
7
5
5
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8
5
9
9399-C21
This cable connects a 9-pin serial port to the 1774-TC cable. This cable comes with
an adapter for use with 9- or 25-pin serial ports on the computer.
9-Pin Female
3
4
5
9
8
2
7
25-Pin Female
1
6
13
25
12
24
11
23
10
22
9
21
2
3
3
2
5
18
8
20
7
19
6
5
18 17
4
16
3
15
2
1
14
25
Communication cables 65
9399-C23/1784-CP3
This cable connects the 1784-KT to the PLC-3 processor serial port.
62-Pin Male
1
22
43
2
23
44
3
24
4
5
25 26
46 47
45
6
27
48
7
28
49
8
9
29 30
50 51
10
31
52
11
32
53
12 13
33 34
54 55
14
16 17
15
35
37 38
36
56
18
58 59
57
19
39
60
21
20
40
41
61
42
62
25-Pin Male
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
6
18
23
3
24
18
2
25
1
14
1
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7
20
8
9
21 22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
9399-C25
This cable connects the computer’s 9-pin serial port to the 1774-TD cable.
25-Pin Female
13
25
12
24
11
23
10
22
9
21
8
20
7
19
6
9-Pin Female
5
4
18 17
16
3
15
2
14
1
3
4
5
9
2
7
8
2
2
3
3
7
5
5
1
4
4
6
6
8
8
1
6
7
Communication cables 67
9399-C26/1784-CP7
This cable connects an 8-pin Mini DIN to a 9-pin female.
8-Pin Mini-DIN
connector
9-Pin Female
3
4
5
9
2
7
8
1
1
6
3
6
7
5
1
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Shield
Blue
Clear
3
1
6
9399-C27 (Obsolete)
The 9399-C27 cable is an obsolete gender changer. It was used in conjunction with
the RS 9399-C11 cable to connect the computer serial port to Channel 0 of an
Enhanced PLC-5 processor. The combined cable function is now accomplished
with the RS 9399-C28 cable.
25-Pin Male
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
25-Pin Male
8
9
21 22
10
11
23
24
12
25
13
1
2
14
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
7
19
20
8
21
9
22
10
23
11
24
12
13
25
Communication cables 69
9399-C28/1784-CP10
This cable connects the to Channel 0 of an Enhanced PLC-5 processor.
9-Pin Female
3
4
5
9
8
2
7
25-Pin Male
1
6
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
6
18
3
3
2
2
7
4
8
5
6
20
1
6
4
8
5
7
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7
20
8
9
21 22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
9399-C29/1747-CP3
This cable connects to Channel 0 on a SLC 500/03.
9-Pin Female
3
4
5
9
8
2
7
9-Pin Female
1
6
3
4
5
9
2
7
8
3
2
2
3
4
6
1
6
1
6
4
1
7
8
5
5
8
7
Communication cables 71
9399-C30
This cable connects to a CVIM/CVIM2. This cable is equivalent to a standard
null-modem cable.
9-Pin Female
3
4
5
9
8
2
7
9-Pin Male
1
6
3
2
1
6
8
7
1
1
2
3
3
2
5
4
5
6
7
8
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5
9
Index
386MAX ......................................................7
386MAX.PRO ..............................................7
Allen-Bradley publications.........................9
Cables
9399-C10 ................................................ 54
9399-C11 ................................................ 55
9399-C13 ................................................ 56
9399-C13B.............................................. 57
9399-C14 ................................................ 58
9399-C15/1784-CP5 ............................. 59
9399-C16 ................................................ 60
9399-C17/1772-TC ............................... 61
9399-C18/1784-CP2 ............................. 62
9399-C19/1784-CP ............................... 63
9399-C20 ................................................ 64
9399-C21 ................................................ 65
9399-C23/1784-CP3 ............................. 66
9399-C25 ................................................ 67
9399-C26/1784-CP7 ............................. 68
9399-C27 (Obsolete) ............................. 69
9399-C28/1784-CP10 ........................... 70
9399-C29 ................................................ 71
9399-C30 ................................................ 72
9399-C5/1784-CAK.............................. 49
9399-C6/1784-CAS............................... 50
9399-C7 .................................................. 51
9399-C8 .................................................. 52
9399-C9/1784-CYS............................... 53
1784-KT ................................................. 28
1784-KT2 ............................................... 30
1784-KTC/KTCX................................. 31
1784-KTX/KTXD/KTS...................... 36
1784-PCMK ........................................... 38
5136-SD (Revision 1) ............................ 39
5136-SD (Revision 2) ............................ 42
5136-SD-MCA ....................................... 46
Communication networks ................... 2, 12
CONFIG.SYS........................................... 7, 8
ControlNet.................................................. 2
Data Highway (DH) .................................... 2
Data Highway (DH485) .............................. 2
Data Highway II (DHII)............................... 2
Data Highway Plus (DH+) .......................... 2
DeviceNet .................................................. 2
Document conventions .............................iv
EMM386.EXE........................................ 5, 38
Ethernet ..................................................... 2
Expanded memory (EMS) .......................... 4
Extended memory (XMS)........................... 4
HIMEM.SYS ................................................ 5
MAXIMIZE.EXE........................................... 7
MEMMAKER ............................................... 5
Memory exclusion ..................................... 4
Cards
1784-KL.................................................. 27
Memory management software ................ 4
386MAX ................................................... 7
73
MS-DOS................................................... 5
QEMM ..................................................... 8
Windows 95.............................................. 6
Modules
1770-KF2 (Series B) .............................. 13
1770-KF3................................................ 17
1770-KFC............................................... 19
1770-KFD .............................................. 21
1785-KE (Series B)................................ 23
MS-DOS
Memory management software .............. 5
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Operating systems..................................... 2
OPTIMIZE.EXE ........................................... 8
Publication reference ................................ 9
QEMM ......................................................... 8
SMARTDRV.SYS ......................................... 5
S-S Technologies publications.................. 9
SYSTEM.INI ................................................ 6
Windows 95
Memory management software .............. 6
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