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ANEXO 1 EDS DEL DEVICENET SCANNER 1756-DNB DE ALLEN-BRADLEY

[File] DescText = "1756-DNB 1756 DeviceNet Scanner"; CreateDate = 01-19-2000; CreateTime = 10:31:00; ModDate = 01-26-2000; ModTime = 14:27:00; Revision = 1.0; [Device] VendCode = 1; VendName = "Allen-Bradley"; ProdType = 12; ProdTypeStr = "Communications Adapter"; ProdCode = 14; MajRev = 3; MinRev = 3; ProdName = "1756-DNB/A"; Catalog = "1756-DNB/A"; Icon = "1756enet.ico";$ The ControlNet 1756 image is the same for DeviceNet 1_RSNetWorx_DNetTool = "SdnCnfg.DnScannerDevice";

[Device Classification] Class2 = 1_RSNetWorx_1756,1_RSNetWorx_Not_Connectable_Module; [Port] Port1 = 1_1756_Chassis, "Backplane", "20 66 24 01",1; $ port name must be Backplane for RSLinx Port2 = DeviceNet, $ Port type "A", $ Port name "20 03 24 01", $ Path to Port object, The DNet object $ Internal Port Number

2; [Modular] Width = 1; Rack1 = 1,0x6c,0x16,1,1,,,,0,1,2,3; $1756-A4 Chassis, any slot Rack2 = 1,0x6c,0x17,1,1,,,,0,1,2,3,4,5,6; $1756-A7 Chassis, any slot Rack3 = 1,0x6c,0x18,1,1,,,,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9; $1756-A10 Chassis, any slot Rack4 = 1,0x6c,0x19,1,1,,,,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; $1756-A13 Chassis, any slot Rack5 = 1,0x6c,0x1A,1,1,,,,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16;$1756-A17 Chassis, any slot Rack6 = 1,0x6c,0x16,2,1,,,,0,1,2,3; $1756-A4 Chassis v2.1, any slot Rack7 = 1,0x6c,0x17,2,1,,,,0,1,2,3,4,5,6; $1756-A7 Chassis v2.1, any slot Rack8 = 1,0x6c,0x18,2,1,,,,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9; $1756-A10 Chassis v2.1, any slot Rack9 = 1,0x6c,0x19,2,1,,,,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; $1756-A13 Chassis v2.1, any slot Rack10 = 1,0x6c,0x1A,2,1,,,,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16;$1756-A17 Chassis v2.1, any slot

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ANEXO 2 EDS DEL DISPOSITIVO DEVICENET SENSOR FOTOELCTRICO 9000 DE ALLENBRADLEY

$ DeviceNet 9000 Photoelectric Sensor $ $ Description: The following file is the EDS for the Allen-Bradley $ DeviceNet 9000 Photoelectric Sensor $ $ Author: BJT $ Date: 6/23/96 $ $ Edit History: BJT 6/23/96 Created $ BJT 8/16/96 Add COS and Diagnostic Mode [File] DescText = "DeviceNet 9000 Photoelectric Sensor EDS File"; CreateDate = 6-23-96; CreateTime = 11:00:00; Revision = 1.1; $ EDS file revision [Device] VendCode = 1; ProdType = 6; ProdCode = 16; MajRev = 2; MinRev = 1; VendName = "Allen-Bradley"; ProdTypeStr = "Photoelectric Sensor"; ProdName = "Series 9000 - Infrared Fiber Optic"; Catalog = "42GNF-9000-QD"; [IO_Info] Default = 0x0004; PollInfo = 0, 0, 0; $ Strobe only $ Not supported

StrobeInfo = 0x000, 0, 0; $ Not Supported COSInfo = 0x0004, 1, 1; Input1 = 1, $ 1 byte 2, $ 2 bits used 0x0002, $ Strobe only "Sensor Output & Margin", $ Name $ Use Input1 and Output1 for COS

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6, $ Path size "20 04 24 01 30 03", $ Path to ID value attribute "Output & Margin from Sensor. Output value is Bit 0. Margin indication is Bit 1"; $ Help string Input2 = 1, $ 1 byte 1, $ 1 bit used 0x0002, $ Strobe only "Sensor Output", $ Name 6, $ Path size "20 04 24 01 30 03", $ Path to ID value attribute "Output value from Sensor."; $ Help string Output1 = 0, 0, 0x0002, "", 0, "", ""; [ParamClass] MaxInst = 4; Descriptor = 0x09; [Params] Param1 = $ Operate Mode 0, $ Data Placeholder 6, "20 0e 24 01 30 08", $ Path size and Path to Operate Mode Attribute 0x02, $ Descriptor - (Support Enumerated Strings) 4, 1, $ Data Type and Size - (16 bit word) "Operate Mode", $ Name " ", $ Units (Not Used) "LIGHT OPERATE [DARK OPERATE] - The output is \"on\"[\"off\"] when \n" " the photoelectric sensor sees light reflected by the target object.\n" " The output is \"off\"[\"on\"] when the target object is not detected by \n" " the photoelectric sensor. The default is Light Operate.", $ Help 0,1,0, $ min, max, default values 1,1,1,0, $ mult, div, base, offset scaling (Not Used) 1,1,1,0, $ mult, div, base, offset links (Not Used) 0; $ decimal places

$ 0 byte $ 0 bit used $ Strobe only $ Name $ Path size $ Path to ID value attribute $ Help string

Param2 = $ Operate Mode 0, $ Data Placeholder 6, "20 0e 24 01 30 7F", $ Path size and Path to Operate Mode Attribute 0x02, $ Descriptor - (Support Enumerated Strings) 4, 1, $ Data Type and Size - (16 bit word) "Diagnostic Mode", $ Name " ", $ Units (Not Used) "STATIC [DYNAMIC] DIAGNOSTIC - Static Mode provides an immediate Low\n" " Margin indication whenever an unstable condition exists. Static Mode\n" " should be used whenever the target object is constantly in the sensor's\n" " field of view. Dynamic Mode provides an Low Margin indication when\n"

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" an object passes in and out of the sensor's field of view and a stable signal\n" " is never received. Dynamic Mode should be used in applications which moving\n" " target objects pass in and out of the sensor's field of view.", $Help 0,1,0, $ min, max, default values 1,1,1,0, $ mult, div, base, offset scaling (Not Used) 1,1,1,0, $ mult, div, base, offset links (Not Used) 0; $ decimal places

Param3 = $ Output 0, $ Data Placeholder 6, "20 0e 24 01 30 01", $ Path size and Path to Output Attribute 0x12, $ Descriptor - (Support Enumerated Strings, Read-only) 4, 1, $ Data Type and Size - (Boolean) "Output", $ Name " ", $ Units (Not Used) "The state of the sensor", $ Help 0,1,0, $ min, max, default values 1,1,1,0, $ mult, div, base, offset scaling (Not Used) 1,1,1,0, $ mult, div, base, offset links (Not Used) 0; $ decimal places Param4 = $ Diagnostic 0, $ Data Placeholder 6, "20 0e 24 01 30 04", $ Path size and Path to Output Attribute 0x12, $ Descriptor - (Support Enumerated Strings, Read-only) 4, 1, $ Data Type and Size - (Boolean) "Operating Margin", $ Name " ", $ Units (Not Used) "Whenever Operating Margin is between 2.5 and 1, Low Margin is indicated", $ Help 0,1,0, $ min, max, default values 1,1,1,0, $ mult, div, base, offset scaling (Not Used) 1,1,1,0, $ mult, div, base, offset links (Not Used) 0; $ decimal places [EnumPar] Param1 = $ Operate Mode Enumerated Strings "Light Operate", $ For value = 0 "Dark Operate"; $ For value = 1 Param2 = "Static Diagnostic", "Dynamic Diagnostic"; Param3 = "Off", "On"; Param4 = "Ok", "Low Margin"; $ Diagnostic Mode Enumerated Strings $ For value = 0 $ For value = 1 $ Output Enumerated Strings $ For value = 0 $ For value = 1 $ Diagnostic Enumerated Strings $ For value = 0 $ For value = 1

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ANEXO 3 EDS DE DISPOSITIVO CONTROLNET MDULO 1756-CNB DE ALLEN-BRADLEY

[File] DescText = "1756-CNB/A ControlNet Bridge"; CreateDate = 06-09-1999; CreateTime = 16:02:13; ModDate = 10-14-1999; ModTime = 12:00:00; Revision = 2.1; [Device] VendCode = 1; VendName = "Allen-Bradley"; ProdType = 12; ProdTypeStr = "Communications Adapter"; ProdCode = 7; MajRev = 1; MinRev = 7; $ initial release ProdName = "1756-CNB/A"; Catalog = "1756-CNB/A"; Icon = "1756cnb.ico"; [Port] $ RSLinx requires port names "A" and "Backplane" Port2 = ControlNet,"A","20 F0 24 01",2; Port1 = 1_1756_Chassis,"Backplane","20 66 24 01",1; [Device Classification] Class1 = 1_RSNetWorx_1756,1_RSNetWorx_Adapter; Class2 = ControlNet; [Keeper] Revision = 1; [Modular] Width = 1; Rack1 = 1, 0x6c,0x16, 1,1, ,,, 0,1,2,3;

$ Single Keeper

$ Occupies a single slot $1756-A4 Chassis $ VendorID = Allen-Bradley $ Product Type, Product Code $ Major Rev, Minor Rev $ Reserved $ Legal slot

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Rack2 = 1,0x6c,0x17,1,1,,,, 0,1,2,3,4,5,6; Rack3 = 1,0x6c,0x18,1,1,,,, 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9;

$1756-A7 Chassis, v1.1

$1756-A10 Chassis, v1.1

Rack4 = 1,0x6c,0x19,1,1,,,, $1756-A13 Chassis, v1.1 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; Rack5 = 1,0x6c,0x1A,1,1,,,, $1756-A17 Chassis, v1.1 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16; Rack6 = 1,0x6c,0x16,2,1,,,, 0,1,2,3; Rack7 = 1,0x6c,0x17,2,1,,,, 0,1,2,3,4,5,6; Rack8 = 1,0x6c,0x18,2,1,,,, 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9; $1756-A4 Chassis, v2.1

$1756-A7 Chassis, v2.1

$1756-A10 Chassis, v2.1

Rack9 = 1,0x6c,0x19,2,1,,,, $1756-A13 Chassis, v2.1 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; Rack10 = 1,0x6c,0x1A,2,1,,,, $1756-A17 Chassis, v2.1 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16;

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ANEXO 4 EDS DE DISPOSITIVO CONTROLNET PANEL-VIEW DE ALLEN-BRADLEY

$ Revision: $Header: $ $ $ EDS Name: 0001001800020201.eds [File] DescText = "PanelView 2711-*15 EDS"; CreateDate = 01-13-1998; CreateTime = 13:00:00; ModDate = 02-24-2000; Modtime = 22:00:00; Revision = 0.9; [Device] VendCode = 1; VendName = "Allen-Bradley"; ProdType = 24; ProdTypeStr = "Operator Interface"; ProdCode = 2; MajRev = 2; MinRev = 1; ProdName = "PanelView"; Catalog = "2711-*15"; Icon = "panelvu.ico"; [Device Classification] Class1 = ControlNet; [Port] Port2 = ControlNet_Redundant, $ Port type "ControlNet", $ Port name "20 F0 24 01", $ Path to Port object, The CNet object for PV 2; $ Port Number [Params] $ The Params entries consist of the following: $ Reserved (0), $ Link Path Size, $ Link Path, $ Parameter Descriptor, $ Data Type Identifier, $ Data Size, $ Parameter Name,

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$ Units String, $ Help String, $ Minimum Value, $ Maximum Value, $ Default Value, $ Scaling Multiplier, $ Scaling Divider, $ Scaling Base, $ Scaling Offset, $ Multiplier Link, $ Divisor Link, $ Base Link, $ Other Link, $ Decimal Precision, Param1 = 0, $ first field shall equal 0 ,, $ path size,path 0x0000, $ descriptor 2, $ data type : 16-bit Unsigned Integer 2, $ data size in bytes "Target Error Codes", $ name "", $ units "", $ help string 0,0xFFFF,0, $ min,max,default data values 0,0,0,0, $ mult,dev,base,offset scaling not used 0,0,0,0, $ mult,dev,base,offset link not used 0; $ decimal places not used Enum1 = 0x0000,"Success", 0x2335,"Success"; $ The following describes the valid size range for Emulated Rack Outputs and Inputs. $ The Rack Outputs have a 32-bit header. The Rack Inputs have a 64-bit header. Param7 = 0, , , 0x0000, 2, 2, "", "", "", 0, 64, 16, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0; Param8 = 0, , , 0x0000, 2, 2, "", "", "", 8, 72, 24, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0; [Assembly] Assem1 = "connection input format",,,,,, 32,Param1, 544,; [Connection Manager] $ The following describes a limited use read/write connection.

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Connection1 = 0x04010002, 0x44660405,

$ class 1, cyclic, exclusive owner $ O=>T scheduled, p2p or multicast, run/idle header $ T=>O scheduled, p2p or multicast, 64-bit status header , Param7, , $ O=>T RPI, size, format , Param8, Assem1, $ T=>O RPI, size, format ,, $ config part 1 (unused) ,, $ config part 2 (unused) "Read/Write - only", "", $ connection name string, help string "20 7C 24 01 2C 02 2C 01"; $ Path to target object 1_PLC5C_RTD_Format1 = 1_PLC5C_1771_Discrete_RTD_Format;

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ANEXO 6 INFORME DE PROYECTO DE REDES DE CAMPO INTEGRADAS GENERADO CON EL PROGRAMA INTEGRATED ARCHITECTURE BUILDER En las pginas siguientes, se muestra un informe de un proyecto de redes de campo integradas generado en forma automtica por el programa para diseo Integrated Architecture Builder, visto en las secciones 7.6.1 y 10.5. El proyecto que se muestra en el informe generado, se basa en la aplicacin real mostrada en el captulo 14. Por ello, se integra de las redes de comunicacin industrial DeviceNet, ControlNet y EtherNet/IP.

El informe, genera automticamente las listas de los elementos que se requieren para su implementacin fsica. Incluye los dispositivos de hardware especializados, como por ejemplo, el controlador de la plataforma ControlLogix o bien, los mdulos de comunicacin necesarios (por ejemplo, el mdulo 1756-DNB para la red DeviceNet), as como los elementos de medio fsicos que se utilizarn, como por ejemplo, cables y taps. En la figura A6.1 se muestra una captura de pantalla del software Architecture Builder de Rockwell-Automation, con una vista del proyecto realizado.

Figura A6.1. Captura de pantalla del software de diseo de redes de comunicacin Architecture Builder.

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ControlLogix for High Performance Control ControlLogix provides a high performance control platform for multiple types of control. You can perform sequential, process, drive or motion control - in any combination - with this single platform. Because the platform is modular, you can design, build, and modify it efficiently - with significant training and engineering savings. Engineering Productivity is increased with advanced configuration tools, memory structure and symbolic programming that requires less programming and memory. And your investment in ControlLogix is assured through with such features as flash-upgradable firmware. The flexible ControlLogix platform permits multiple processors, networks, and I/O to be mixed without restrictions. As your Rockwell Automations Logix Platforms offer users compatibility of control in a application grows, you can variety of formats within the NetLinx open network architecture for Ethernet, use the NetLinx architecture ControlNet and DeviceNet. for control and configuration of devices and collection of information across Ethernet, ControlNet, DeviceNet and Foundation Fieldbus networks.

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Take Control with Logix Rockwell Automations Logix offer users compatibility of control in a variety of platforms, including: ControlLogix, a high-performance, multi-processing platform ProcessLogix, a cost-effective distributed control system (DCS) for process applications SoftLogix, PC-based control from the PLC leader FlexLogix, FLEX I/O expanded to include distributed control CompactLogix, value-focused compact modular I/O coupled with machine control. The RSLogix 5000 programming environment and/or NetLinx open network architecture are common to these Logix platforms. The RSLogix 5000 environment offers an easy-to-use IEC 1131-3 compliant interface, symbolic programming with structures and arrays for increased productivity, and an instruction set that serves sequential, motion, process and drives applications. The NetLinx open network architecture offers common communication tools for use with a variety of networks such as Ethernet, ControlNet and DeviceNet. The ControlLogix control platform is: seamless enables easy integration with existing PLC-based systems. Users on existing networks can send or receive messages to/from program controllers on other networks transparently. fast the ControlLogix platform provides high-speed data-transfers across the backplane and the ControlLogix5550 controller provides a high-speed control platform. scalable provides a modular approach to control. Add as many or as few controllers and communication modules as you need. You can have multiple controllers in the same chassis. Select the controller memory size that meets your application. industrial offers a hardware platform designed to withstand the vibrations, thermal extremes, and electrical noise associated with harsh industrial settings. integrated establishes a platform that integrates multiple technologies, including sequential, motion, drive, and process applications. compact meets the needs of many applications where control is highly distributed and panel space is limited. As one of the next generation of Allen-Bradley control systems, ControlLogix integrates sequential, process, drive and motion control together with communications and state-of-the-art I/O in a small, cost-competitive platform. Because ControlLogix is modular, you can design, build, and modify it efficiently - with significant training and engineering savings.

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1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16

Visin general del proyecto 'TesisProject01'.................................................................................... 5 Lista Sistemas del proyecto ......................................................................................................... 6 Lista Redes delproyecto .............................................................................................................. 6 Lista plataforma hardware del proyecto ...................................................................................... 6 Lista de materiales para el proyecto 'TesisProject01'....................................................................... 6 Sistemas para el proyecto 'TesisProject01'....................................................................................... 7 Redes para el proyecto 'TesisProject01' ........................................................................................... 7 Redes 'DeviceNet001'.................................................................................................................. 7 Redes 'ControlNet001'................................................................................................................. 8 Redes 'EtherNet/IP001'................................................................................................................ 9 Plataformas para el proyecto 'TesisProject01' ................................................................................ 10 Platforma 'CLogix001'............................................................................................................... 10 Platforma 'E3' ............................................................................................................................ 10 Platforma 'DSA'......................................................................................................................... 11 Platforma 'VDF PowerFlex40'................................................................................................... 11 Platforma 'Flex I/O' ................................................................................................................... 11 Platforma 'Servidor' ................................................................................................................... 12 Platforma '120 HMI' .................................................................................................................. 12 Platforma '200 HMI' .................................................................................................................. 12 Platforma 'PC MANTENCION' ................................................................................................ 13 Platforma '100 HMI 01' ............................................................................................................. 13 Platforma 'PC INGENIERIA'.................................................................................................... 13 Platforma '100 HMI 02' ............................................................................................................. 14 Platforma '100 HMI 03' ............................................................................................................. 14 Platforma '100 GES 01' ............................................................................................................. 14 Platforma '100 HMI 04' ............................................................................................................. 15 Platforma '100 HMI 05' ............................................................................................................. 15

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Visin general del proyecto 'TesisProject01'

NOTA IMPORTANTE: El comprobador de subsistemas ControlLogix comprueba que los chasis ControlLogix fueron creados por el asistente del subsistema ControlLogix. Cualquier otro dispositivo conectado manualmente a la red controlada por el subsistema ser verificado, y se incluir Cuando se realice la comprobacin de memoria/conexines. El comprobador de subsistema ControlLogix examina el consumo de alimentacin de los racks del subsistema, y estima la memoria y el nmero de conexiones. El comprobador de subsistemas FlexLogix comprueba que los racks FlexLogix fueron creados por el asistente del subsistema FlexLogix. Cualquier otro dispositivo conectado manualmente a la red controlada por el subsistema ser verificado, y se incluir cuando se realice la verificacin de memoria/conexin. El comprobador de subsistemas FlexLogix examina el consumo de alimentacin de los racks del subsistema, y estima la memoria y el nmero de conexiones. En los subsistemas ProcessLogix generados directamente por el ProcessLogix Subsystem Wizard se garantiza que no se excede la capacidad del servidor ProcessLogix (nmero mx. de controladores, nmero de puntos de las licencias). El Wizard tambin garantiza que las configuraciones de redes son correctas, de acuerdo con las limitaciones de ProcessLogix. Sin embargo, NO se realiza ninguna verificacin despus de modificaciones manuales de dispositivos pertenecientes a ese subsistema. Tampoco se incluyen automticamante en la configuracin dispositivos de 3as partes (PC, monitor, etc). El comprobador de subsistemas CompactLogix comprueba los chasis creados con el asistente del subsistema CompactLogix. El comprobador de subsistema CompactLogix examina el consumo de alimentacin de los racks del subsistema, y estima la memoria y el nmero de conexiones. El comprobador de subsistema de E/S examina el consumo de corriente de las plataformas que fueron creadas por el DIO wizard. El Wizard DeviceNet Media asegura que son correctas de las redes DeviceNet creadas. Comprueba todas las conexiones de dispositivos, as como todo el cableado de la red (Trunk, Taps y Drops). Tambin asegura que las redes estn correctamente dimensionadas (consumo de corriente, longitud mxima y velocidad (Baud rate)). El asistente para ControlNet Media garantiza que es correcto el cableado de los componentes de ControlNet y verifica el retardo de propagacin. Cuando est en modo experto, el usuario es responsable de la validez de la topologa creada El software Integrated Architecture Builder es una herramienta diseada para ayudar en la definicin de configuraciones de automatizacin. A pesar de que el Software Integrated Architecture Builder ha sido diseado y verificado para proporcionar listas de materiales completas y precisas, las variables particulares y las asunciones de la herramienta, pueden ocasionar resultados diferentes a los esperados. Los usuarios de esta herramienta deben determinar independientemente la viabilidad de la aplicacin y asumir la responsabilidad del uso de la configuracin y lista de materiales resultantes. Finalmente, esta herramienta de software proporciona informacin del rendimiento esperado. 5

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Lista Sistemas del proyecto


Sistemas

Lista Redes delproyecto


Nombre Red DeviceNet001 ControlNet001 EtherNet/IP001 Estado Red OK OK

Este proyecto contiene 3 redess: Tipo Red DeviceNet ControlNet EtherNet/IP

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Lista plataforma hardware del proyecto


Nombre HW Platforma CLogix001 E3 DSA VDF PowerFlex40 Flex I/O Servidor 120 HMI 200 HMI PC MANTENCION 100 HMI 01 PC INGENIERIA 100 HMI 02 100 HMI 03 100 GES 01 100 HMI 04 100 HMI 05

Este proyecto contiene 16 plataformas de hardware s: Tipo HW Platforma ControlLogix DeviceNet DeviceNet PowerFlex Flex View View View View View View View View View View View

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Lista de materiales para el proyecto 'TesisProject01'


Catalog # Description Others Networks DeviceNet001 DEVICENET BRIDGE/SCANNER MODULE 4 SLOT CONTROLLOGIX CHASSIS LOGIX5555 PROCESSOR WITH 750KBYTE MEMORY 85-265V AC POWER SUPPLY (5V @ 13 AMP) 120V AC, 4 INPUTS / 2 RELAY OUTPUT (22MM E3 ELECTRONIC OVERLOAD RELAY, 100-C09...C23, 15A PowerFlex70 Drive - DeviceNet NEMA 6P, 13 TERMINATOR WITH IDC IDC BASE NEMA 6P, 13 MICRO MODULE WITH IDC BASE RIGHT ANGLE MICRO 1M TO CONDUCTOR NEMA 6P, 13 POWER TAP WITH IDC BASE, 1M LENGTH FLAT CABLE, CLASS 1, TPE JACKET, 75M Class 1 DeviceNet Power Supply Unit Price Price

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 4 1 1 1

1756-DNB 1756-A4 1756-L55M12 1756-PA75 100-DNY41R 193-EC1AB 20AA2P2A0AYYADNN 1485A-T1E4 1485P-P1E4-R5 1485K-P1F5-C 1485T-P1E4-B1 1485C-P1E75 POWER SUPPLY

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Subtotal:

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1756-CNB 1794-ACN15 1794-IB10XOB6 1794-IE4XOE2 1794-PS13 1794-TB3 1786-XT 1786-TPS 1786-RG6

ControlNet001 CONTROLNET BRIDGE MODULE SINGLE MEDIA ADAPTER FOR CONTROLNET 10/6 24VDC COMBO ANALOG COMBO MODULE, 12 BIT, 4 INPUT/2 OUTPUT 85-264 VAC TO 24 VDC 1.3A POWER SUPPLY TERMINAL BASE, 3-WIRE CONTROLNET 75 OHM TERMINATOR PLUG CONTROLNET T-TAP/STRAIGHT CONTROLNET RG6 SHIELD HIGH FLEX CABLE-1000FT ROLL

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Subtotal:

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1756-ENBT 2711-B6C20L1 DESKTOP PC NIC-CARD ENET SWITCH 8-PORT ENET SWITCH 4-PORT

EtherNet/IP001 CLX ETHERNET/IP 10/100 BRIDGE MODULE - TWISTED PR PANELVIEW 600 COLOR DC KEYPAD/TOUCH TERMINAL Desktop PC EtherNet NIC Card for PC EtherNet Switch 8-Port EtherNet Switch 4-Port

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Subtotal:

#N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A

1 1

1784-PCIC DESKTOP PC

Others CONTROLNET PCI BUS MESSAGING CARD WITH Desktop PC

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Sistemas para el proyecto 'TesisProject01' Redes para el proyecto 'TesisProject01'


Redes 'DeviceNet001'

Estado red DeviceNet : OK DeviceNet001 7

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Redes 'ControlNet001'

Visin a vista de pjaro

Segmento : Segment_1

Estado red ControlNet : OK ControlNet001 Segment_1 A#1, CLogix001, [2], 1756-CNB 8

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Redes 'EtherNet/IP001'

EtherNet/IP001 EtherNet Switch001 EtherNet Switch003

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Plataformas para el proyecto 'TesisProject01'


Platforma 'CLogix001'

Fuente Alimentacin:1756-PA75 Slot 0 : Modulo 1756-L55M12 Slot 1 : Modulo 1756-ENBT conectado a red 'EtherNet/IP001' con direccin 130.130.130.10 Slot 2 : Modulo 1756-CNB conectado a red 'ControlNet001' con direccin 1 Referencia asociada (s): 1786-TPS Slot 3 : Modulo 1756-DNB conectado a red 'DeviceNet001' con direccin 0 Referencia asociada (s): 1485P-P1E4-R5 1485K-P1F5-C

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Platforma 'E3'

Esta plataforma es un componente DeviceNet con referencia 193-EC1AB. Referencia asociada (s): Referencia Descripcin 1485P-P1E4-R5 IDC - NEMA 6P, 13; IP67 Micro module w/base 1485K-P1F5-C KwikLink Drop Cable - Right Angle Micro-male to Conductor (1 m) 10

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Platforma 'DSA'

Esta plataforma es un componente DeviceNet con referencia 100-DNY41R. Referencia asociada (s): Referencia Descripcin 1485P-P1E4-R5 IDC - NEMA 6P, 13; IP67 Micro module w/base 1485K-P1F5-C KwikLink Drop Cable - Right Angle Micro-male to Conductor (1 m)

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Platforma 'VDF PowerFlex40'

Esta plataforma es un componente DeviceNet con referencia 20AA2P2A0AYYADNN. Referencia asociada (s): Referencia Descripcin 1485P-P1E4-R5 IDC - NEMA 6P, 13; IP67 Micro module w/base 1485K-P1F5-C KwikLink Drop Cable - Right Angle Micro-male to Conductor (1 m)

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Platforma 'Flex I/O'

Fuente Alimentacin:1794-PS13 Slot - : Modulo 1794-ACN15 conectado a red 'ControlNet001' con direccin 2 Referencia asociada (s): 1786-TPS Slot 1 : Modulo 1794-IB10XOB6, RTB:1794-TB3 Slot 2 : Modulo 1794-IE4XOE2, RTB:1794-TB3

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Platforma 'Servidor'

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Platforma '120 HMI'

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Platforma '200 HMI'

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Platforma 'PC MANTENCION'

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5.10 Platforma '100 HMI 01'

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5.11 Platforma 'PC INGENIERIA'

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5.12 Platforma '100 HMI 02'

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5.13 Platforma '100 HMI 03'

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5.14 Platforma '100 GES 01'

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5.15 Platforma '100 HMI 04'

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5.16 Platforma '100 HMI 05'

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