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1788-en2dn

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Technical Specifications for 1788-en2dn

BrandAllen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
Series1788 linking devices
Part Number1788-EN2DN
DescriptionEthernet-to-DeviceNet linking Module
Operating Voltage12 to 30 Volts DC
Current Rating100 milliamps
Power SourceClass 2/PELV
Isolation Voltage50 Volts DC
ConfigurationRSNetWorx
ApplicationEtherNet/IP-to-DeviceNet Link
Supported Baud Rates125K, 250K, and 500K baud
Average Weight0.1 Kilograms
EnclosureOpen Type

The Allen-Bradley 1788-EN2DN Ethernet-to-DeviceNet Linking Module is an EtherNet to DeviceNet bridge module that can mount on a DIN rail and that is designed to provide a seamless connection between the control-level networks and the device-level network. The 1788-EN2DN Linking Module offers a full DeviceNet master/slave functionality that allows the operators to connect up to 63 DeviceNet slave devices to it by using a Microsoft Windows-supported computer (either a laptop or a notebook) with an Ethernet TCP/IP interface to the DeviceNet network. Generally, the 1788-EN2DN Linking Module can be configured as a gateway to connect the control-level RSNetWorx network to the DeviceNet network for programming, diagnostics, configuration, data collection, or control applications. The 1788-EN2DN Linking Module can also be configured as a router/bridge device to connect the Ethernet/IP network to the DeviceNet network.

The Allen-Bradley 1788-EN2DN Linking Module also offers centralized I/O tables or data storage for shared data between the Ethernet/IP and DeviceNet networks because data placed on the I/O tables by one network can be read by another network interface. The 1788-EN2DN Linking Module is easy to use once it is connected because features such maintenance, diagnostic, troubleshooting, programming, network and device configuration, and monitoring can be set up directly via the PC, and because it is also flash-upgradeable, the latest functionalities can be added easily via a firmware upgrade. By using the 1788-EN2DN Linking Module, the operators can achieve support for peep-to-peer I/O messaging, and speedy and reliable configuration since the application parameters are easily downloadable, and they can achieve support for all the standard DeviceNet baud rates (125K, 250K, and 500K bauds). The 1788-EN2DN Linking Module has an operating voltage range of 12 to 30 Volts DC (24 Volts DC nominal) and a maximum current rating of 100 milliamps at 24 Volts DC.

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 device-level network. This module has a 12 to 30 Volts DC voltage requirement and a maximum current rating of 100 milliamps at 24 Volts DC.

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