|DeviceNet Slave/Adapter Interface|
New hardware is released and will start to be delivered during May 2008. This new version will have some more functionality added and are updated to follow the latest specifications.
The new hardware is based on the NP30 network processor developed by HMS, and has been tested at a test center and conforms to the latest test specifications.
This high performance DeviceNet Slave provides instant connectivity to the DeviceNet network. New functionality added is Quick Connect, Automatic baudrate detection and Unconnected Message Manager (UCMM). Baud rate and MAC ID can be set via on-board DIP switches and also from the network as a new functionality.
A max of 512 bytes of input and output data are available, with up to 2048 bytes available through the mailbox interface.
|DIP switch select baud rate and MAC ID.|
|Dual Port (DPRAM) parallel interface|
|Baud rate 125-500 kbit/s|
|Optically isolated DeviceNet interface|
|Max 512 bytes of input & output data.|
|Max 2048 bytes of input & output data via mailbox interface|
|Full interchangeability with AnyBus-S modules for other networks.|
|Automatic baudrate detection|
|Unconnected Message Manager (UCMM)|
|Quick Connect support|
|Size:||54 mm x 86 mm x 15 mm|
|Power Supply:||+5V max 450 mA|
|Baud Rate:||125-500 kbit/s|
|I/O Input:||Max 512 bytes|
|I/O Output:||Max 512 bytes|
|Supp Features:||Quick Connect and Automatic baudrate detection|
|Parameter data:||Max 2048 bytes Input & Output|
|Configuration:||EDS file, Dip switch, from host product or from the network|