DeviceNet is an open protocol but is mainly used with Rockwell Automation projects. If you don’t find what you are looking for then please visit the page with solutions for Rockwell.
The FieldServer DeviceNet Master X30 Adapter driver can be used to emulate a single Master Scanner station on a DeviceNet network. The DeviceNet adapter is implemented as an ODVA profile 12 communications adapter. Standard DeviceNet baud rates of 125K, 250K and 500kbit/s are supported. DeviceNet Master Scanner can open an I/O connection of up to 512 Bytes in each direction to the DeviceNet Slaves.
The FieldServer DeviceNet Slave X30 Adapter driver can be used to emulate a single slave station on a DeviceNet network. The DeviceNet adapter is implemented as an ODVA profile 12 communications adapter and acts as a group 2 only server on the DeviceNet Network. Standard DeviceNet baud rates of 125K, 250K and 500kbit/s are supported. DeviceNet masters/scanners can open an I/O connection of up to 512 Bytes in each direction to the FieldServer
DeviceNet is a communication protocol used in the automation industry to interconnect control devices for data exchange. It uses Controller Area Network as the backbone technology and defines an application layer to cover a range of device profiles. Typical applications include information exchange, safety devices, and large I/O control networks.
DeviceNet was originally developed by American company Allen-Bradley (now owned by Rockwell Automation). It is layered on top of the CAN (Controller Area Network) protocol, developed by Bosch. In order to promote the use of DeviceNet worldwide, Rockwell Automation has adopted the “open” concept and decided to share the technology to third party vendors. Hence, it is now managed by the Open DeviceNet Vendors Association (ODVA), an independent organization located in North America. ODVA maintains specifications of DeviceNet and oversees advances to DeviceNet. In addition, ODVA ensures compliance to DeviceNet standards by providing conformance testing and vendor conformity.
We have module solutions which allow integration directly into DeviceNet as well as the stand alone solutions shown bottom right.
Depending on project requirements select from units with varying resources. and multi port devices. OEM and embedded solutions too.
|QuickServer 1010||2x RS485||1x Ethernet|
|QuickServer 1011||1x RS485||1x Ethernet||1x Lonworks|
|QuickServer 1210||1x RS485 1xRS232||1x Ethernet|
|QuickServer 1211||1x RS485 1xRS232||1x Ethernet||1x Lonworks|
|QuickServer Fieldbus||1x RS485||1x Ethernet||M-bus or KNX|
|FS20 Series||1x RS232/485||1x Ethernet||1x Lonworks|
|FS25 Series||2x RS232/485||1x Ethernet|
|FS30 Series||2x RS232 and 2x RS485||2x Ethernet||1x Lonworks||FieldBus Support:eg Profibus, DeviceNet etcHot Standby Support|
|FS40 Series||8x RS232 and 2x RS485||2x Ethernet||1x Lonworks||FieldBus Support: eg DH+, MB+, Profibus, DeviceNet etcHot Standby Support|
|SlotServer||1x RS232/485||1x Ethernet||1x Lonworks||For Rockwell ControlLogix 5600|
Lonworks and Fieldbus are options not proviced on base models.
FS30 series shown for purposes of illustration. Capability depends on hardware, firmware and configuration.
– Manual – FieldServer Driver – Fieldbus – FS–8700–114 – X30 DeviceNet Master Adapter Driver
– FieldServer Driver – Fieldbus – FS–8700–22 – X30 DeviceNet Slave Adapter Driver
– Manual – FieldServer Driver – Fieldbus – FS–8700–22 – X30 DeviceNet Slave Adapter Driver
DeviceNet Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DeviceNet
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