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Other Available Revisions for the 1788-EN2DNR 1788-EN2DNR/A

Common misspellings:
  • l788-EN2DNR
  • 17b8-EN2DNR
  • 178b-EN2DNR
  • 1788EN2DNR

Technical Specifications for 1788-EN2DNR

BrandAllen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
Series1788 linking devices
Part Number1788-EN2DNR
DescriptionEthernet/IP to DeviceNet Linking Module
Operating Voltage12 to 30 Volts DC
Current Rating100 milliamps
Power SourceClass 2/SELV Power Source
Isolation Voltage50 Volts DC
Supported Baud Rates125, 25, and 500K Baud
Average Weight0.1 Kilograms
EnclosureIP 20

The Allen-Bradley 1788-EN2DNR Logix 5000 Ethernet/IP to DeviceNet Linking Device is an IP 20 rated communication linking module that is designed to allow the operators to seamlessly connect information or control-level networks to a device-level network. The 1788-EN2DNR Linking Device belongs to the Allen-Bradley Logix 5000 network linking device family. With this module, the operators can connect up to 63 DeviceNet slave devices to the DeviceNet network by using a Microsoft Windows-based PC with an Ethernet TCP/IP capability to connect to the DeviceNet network. Once the 1788-EN2DNR Linking Device is connected, functions like trouble-shooting and maintenance are easy since the operators can monitor, program, and configure all the network operations and devices directly from a PC. The 1788-EN2DNR Linking Device is designed to be Flash-upgradeable and as such it can be upgraded to the latest functionalities via simple firmware upgrades.

The 1788-EN2DNR Linking Device can be configured as a gateway to the bridge control-level networks to device-level networks for data collection, control, configuration, and programming applications, or as a router/bridge to connect the Ethernet/IP network with the DeviceNet network. The 1788-EN2DNR Linking Device provides centralized I/O data storage for data sharing between the DeviceNet network and the EtherNet network. Data stored on the I/O tables by one network can be easily read by another network interface. The 1788-EN2DNR Linking Device also supports the Device Level Ring (DLR) configuration as well as 32 CIP safety connections with 5 milliseconds of maximum internal delay. The 1788-EN2DNR Linking Device can be mounted on a DIN rail and it comes with an IP 20 rated enclosure. The 1788-EN2DNR Linking Device has a Class 2/PELV power requirement with a 12 to 30 Volts DC supply voltage range and 100 milliamps of maximum current draw at 24 Volts DC nominal voltage.

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.

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