The 842D-60131331BXA encoder is a special type of Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation industrial encoder. More specifically, it is a DeviceNet encoder from the Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation 842 Encoders series. The 842D-60131331BXA DeviceNet encoder is made to connect directly to the DeviceNet industrial communication network without needing to use any complicated external adapter devices. All it needs to make the connection is the right kind of DeviceNet drop cable for its ports. The 842D-60131331BXA DeviceNet encoder has 2 electrical ports which are a male 5-pin micro quick disconnect (QD) port and a female 5-pin micro micro quick disconnect (QD) port that can be used to make “daisy chain” connections. The compatible drop cables are available in different lengths, but it is important to note that longer drop cables have slower maximum communication rates.
The Allen-Bradley 842D-60131331BXA DeviceNet encoder from the 842 Encoders series can be configured with both DIP Switches and the Rockwell Automation RSNetWorx software. The DIP Switches are used to configure the encoder’s baud rate, node address, and bus terminations, while the Rockwell Automation RSNetWorx software is used to set up the DeviceNet network and connect the 842D-60131331BXA DeviceNet encoder to the network. Note that the RSNetWorx software needs to be the DeviceNet version. The parameter values for the 842D-60131331BXA DeviceNet encoder can be saved in its EEPROM. This encoder supports explicit messaging and I/O messaging. The code format that this encoder uses is the natural binary code format. The 842D-60131331BXA DeviceNet encoder can be protected by an aluminum housing, its operating temperature range is -4 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit, and its storage temperature range is -40 to 257 degrees Fahrenheit.
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