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The 1788 linking devices from Allen-Bradley are designed to connect the Ethernet network to the Devicenet network to allow an industrial control system to communicate over both networks. Some of the 1788 linking devices come with protective enclosures built around them while others do not. The de...
The 1788 linking devices from Allen-Bradley are designed to connect the Ethernet network to the Devicenet network to allow an industrial control system to communicate over both networks. Some of the 1788 linking devices come with protective enclosures built around them while others do not. The devices without enclosures can and often should be installed in enclosures later to protect them and to extend their operating life. The connections that can be made to the linking devices include power connections, Ethernet connections, and Devicenet connections. The 1788 linking devices have the T4 temperature code ratings from the IEC temperature code, the ATEX temperature code, and the North American temperature code. These temperature codes qualify them to operate in most industrial environments.
The Allen-Bradley 1788 linking devices can operate in temperature ranges of either 32 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit or -13 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on the device model. All of the linking device models can be stored in temperature ranges between -40 and 185 degrees Fahrenheit in environments with no condensation. The 1788 linking devices can all operate at non-condensing relative humidity levels between 5 and 95%. Some of the industrial, emissions, and safety certifications that these linking devices have received include ratings from the CE, RCM, KC, Ex, and c-UL-us standards. Some of the 1788 linking devices can use the FOUNDATION Fieldbus networks to connect to either the Ethernet network or the Devicenet network. Devices that are known as junction boxes are also available on the 1788 linking devices series and they can be used to provide the network connections to the FOUNDATION Fieldbus networks.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-CN2DN linking device is a 1788 linking device. It operates on DC power and it connects the Controlnet network to the Devicenet network.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-CN2FF linking device connects the ControlNet network and all of its devices to all of the devices in either 1 or 2 Foundation Fieldbus H1 networks. It can be used to create a redundant ControlNet network setup.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-CN2FFR linking device is a 1788 linking device for industrial ControlNet networks. It supports media redundancy.
The 1788-CN2PAR linking device is made by Allen-Bradley to connect Logix and Profibus devices to the Ethernet/IP and ControlNet networks. Multiple 1788-CN2PAR linking devices can be used in a ControlNet network.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNC Logix 5000 ControlNet Daughter Card is a communication card designed for linking the Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 700S drives and the FlexLogix programmable controllers with D...
The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCHKR ControlNet NetChecker Module is a hand-held ControlNet network checker module from the Logix 5000 control system. This module has two 1.5 Volts DC AA batteries with up 6 hours of battery life and 8 bi-color status LEDs.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCR ControlNet Communication Card is a communication daughter card from the Allen-Bradley Logix 5000 family of control systems. This module has a 5.0 Volts DC voltage requir...
The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNF Logix 5000 ControlNet Daughter Card is a ControlNet communication card with fiber media that is designed to link the FlexLogix controllers to other external dev...
The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNFR Logix 5000 ControlNet Module is a communication card that links the FlexLogix and DriveLogix controllers to devices that are connected to the ControlNet network. This module has 5 Volts DC of voltage requirement, 450 milliamps of maximum current draw at 24 Volts DC, and an IP 00 rated enclosure.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-DNBO Logix 5000 DeviceNet Communication Card is a DeviceNet scanner module card from the Logix 5000 control system. This module has a 24.0 Volts DC voltage requirement, ...
The Allen-Bradley 1788-EN2DN Ethernet-to-DeviceNet linking module is an Ethernet to DeviceNet bridge module designed to provide a seamless connection between the control-level networks and the...
The Allen-Bradley 1788-EN2DNR Ethernet-to-DeviceNet lLnking Module is aN etherNet to DeviceNet bridge module designed to provide a seamless connection between the control-level networks and the device-level network. This module has a 12 to 30 Volts DC voltage requirement, 100 milliamps of maximum current draw at 24 Volts DC, and an IP 20 enclosure.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-EN2DNROM linking device connects the Ethernet/IP network to the DeviceNet network using standard protocols. It has one of the highest levels of environmental protection available in the 1788 series (IP 67).
The 1788-EN2FFR linking device from Allen-Bradley is compatible with the ControlNet network and the Ethernet/IP network. The operators can configure it with the Studio 5000 Logix Designer application.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-EN2PAR linking device is compatible with all of the Logix platforms. It can be configured with an Ethernet/IP address to connect to the Ethernet/IP network.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNC Logix 5000 ControlNet Daughter Card is a communication card designed for linking the Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 700S family of drives and the FlexLogix family of programmabl...
The Allen-Bradley 1788-FBJB4R Foundation Fieldbus Redundant Junction Box is a Fieldbus junction box from the Logix 5000 control system family. This module has an 18 to 32 Volts DC voltage requirement, 950 milliamps of maximum current draw at 5.0 Volts DC, and an open type of enclosure.
The Allen-Bradley 1788-FBJB6 Foundation Fieldbus junction box allows 6 devices to connect to the Foundation Fieldbus network at a time. It is fault-tolerant and it can address a fault in 1 device without shutting all the other devices down.
The Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation 1788-MCHKR MediaChecker module is used to inspect the wiring and cables in a controller for errors like shorts or incorrect pairings. It comes with a screen that shows 2 lines and 16 characters of text at a time.
The Allen-Bradley 1788CN2DNCC linking module from the 1788 linking device series is an enhanced version of the 1788CN2DN linking module. It connects the ControlNet and DeviceNet networks in PLC systems.
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