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1769-SDN | Allen Bradley CompactLogix

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Manufacturer Allen Bradley CompactLogix
Description The 1769-SDN is a DeviceNet Scanner module used for connecting MicroLogix or CompactLogix system to a DeviceNet data highway or DeviceNet capable devices.
Weight 2 lbs :: ≈ 1 kgs
Warranty 1 Years
Technical Specifications
Manufacturer: Rockwell Automation
Brand: Allen-Bradley
Part Number: 1769- SDN
Product Family: CompactLogix
Product Type Communication module
Number of nodes: 64
Communication speed 125 Kbps (500 m max) 250 Kbps (250 m max) 500 Kbps (100 m max)
Mounting: Chassis mount; DIN Rail or Panel
Current Draw, Max.: 440 mA@ 5Vdc ; 0 mA @ 24VDC
DeviceNet Current range: 110 mA @ 24V DC Class 2/SELV
Power Dissipation, Max: 4.7 W
Power supply distance rating: 4 modules
Enclosure type rating: None (open-style)
About the 1769-SDN
The 1769-SDN is a specialty options module compatible with Allen Bradley’s MicroLogix 1500 or 1769 CompactLogix family of controllers which allows data exchange between DeviceNet capable devices. This particular module serves as a bridge between the DeviceNet devices and the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC). The module is configured using RSNetworx, RSLogix500, RSLogix5000 or Studio 5000 depending on the controller used. The DeviceNet scanner module generates data table reserved for input and output images. The 1769-SDN is backplane powered and permits direct installation to a MicroLogix 1500 or CompactLogix chassis. The module does not require an external power supply however, proper power supply sizing must be observed to ensure sufficient power in the backplane. When the power is supplied in the Compact I/O bus, the scanner module performs self-test. Upon completion of self-test, the scanner becomes active. The default settings of the scanner module are communication rate of 125kbps and Node address 63. To ensure safety and protect the module from damage, remove power from the backplane by turning off the power supply as electric arcs may occur during the locking of bus levers while inserting the module. The module is intended for mounting to a properly grounded surface such as a grounding bar or a metal panel. The scanner module has a dedicated grounding screw for connection to the ground. Use a 2.1 mm2 (14 AWG) wire to establish ground connection. If the DeviceNet module is the last device in the DeviceNet data highway, connect a terminating resistor (120 ? 1% ? ¼W resistor, Allen-Bradley part number 1485A-C2) across the Blue (CAN Low) and White (CAN High) wires.
Revisions: 1769-SDNA , 1769-SDNB , 1769-SDNC , 1769-SDND , 1769-SDNE , 1769-SDNF , 1769-SDNG , 1769-SDNH , 1769-SDNI , 1769-SDNJ , 1769-SDNK , 1769-SDNL , 1769-SDNM , 1769-SDNN , 1769-SDNO , 1769-SDNP , 1769-SDNQ , 1769-SDNR , 1769-SDNS , 1769-SDNT , 1769-SDNU , 1769-SDNV , 1769-SDNW , 1769-SDNX , 1769-SDNY , 1769-SDNZ ,

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