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1788-CNCHKR

1788-CNCHKR

Revisions: Ser A 
Description: The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCHKR is a NetChecker module. This module is a hand-held tool used for testing actively operating ControlNet networks. This module is a compact, battery powered device ideally used in the files. It has One (1) BNC, Thumbwheel switches, DC Jack for connecting external DC power, Oscilloscope connector, slide switches, bi-color display indicating diagnostic and battery indication.
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Rockwell Disclaimer: The product is used surplus. DO Supply is not an authorized surplus dealer or affiliate for the Manufacturer of this product. The product may have older date codes or be an older series than that available direct from the factory or authorized dealers. Because DO Supply is not an authorized distributor of this product, the Original Manufacturer’s warranty does not apply. While many Allen-Bradley PLC products will have firmware already installed, DO Supply makes no representation as to whether a PLC product will or will not have firmware and, if it does have firmware, whether the firmware is the revision level that you need for your application. DO Supply also makes no representations as to your ability or right to download or otherwise obtain firmware for the product from Rockwell, its distributors, or any other source. DO Supply also makes no representations as to your right to install any such firmware on the product. DO Supply will not obtain or supply firmware on your behalf. It is your obligation to comply with the terms of any End-User License Agreement or similar document related to obtaining or installing firmware.


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Description: The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCHKR is a NetChecker module. This module is a hand-held tool used for testing actively operating ControlNet networks. This module is a compact, battery powered device ideally used in the files. It has One (1) BNC, Thumbwheel switches, DC Jack for connecting external DC power, Oscilloscope connector, slide switches, bi-color display indicating diagnostic and battery indication.

DO Supply is NOT an authorized distributor for this manufacturer and therefore the manufacturer’s warranty does not apply. Product comes with DO Supply's 1-year warranty

Rockwell Disclaimer: The product is used surplus. DO Supply is not an authorized surplus dealer or affiliate for the Manufacturer of this product. The product may have older date codes or be an older series than that available direct from the factory or authorized dealers. Because DO Supply is not an authorized distributor of this product, the Original Manufacturer’s warranty does not apply. While many Allen-Bradley PLC products will have firmware already installed, DO Supply makes no representation as to whether a PLC product will or will not have firmware and, if it does have firmware, whether the firmware is the revision level that you need for your application. DO Supply also makes no representations as to your ability or right to download or otherwise obtain firmware for the product from Rockwell, its distributors, or any other source. DO Supply also makes no representations as to your right to install any such firmware on the product. DO Supply will not obtain or supply firmware on your behalf. It is your obligation to comply with the terms of any End-User License Agreement or similar document related to obtaining or installing firmware.

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    Technical Specifications for 1788-CNCHKR

Part Number1788-CNCHKR
Product TypeControlNet NetChecker
Display8 bi-color (Red/Green) status indicators: • Status indicators numbered 1 to 7 are dual-function for Diagnostic or Bargraph modes. • Status indicators named TRAFFIC also indicates a low battery condition.
BuzzerPiezo Buzzer provides an audible indication of detected faults
DC JackExternal DC Power
Required BatteriesTwo (2) 1.5 VDC AA size batteries
Oscillope Connector3-pin Phoenix connector
Battery Life6 Hours
Weight250 grams
Dimensions152 x 83 x 33.5 mm
Manufacturer:Rockwell Automation
Brand:Allen-Bradley
Slide Switch 13-position power switch: • OFF disconnects the batteries. • ON turns on the tool permanently. • Push ON provides momentary power.
Push switch SW2Push switch SW2
Slide switch SW34-position function switch: • Positions L, M, H select the Diagnostic mode and low, medium and high thresholds. • The rightmost position selects the Bargraph mode.
Thumbwheel switches2-digit decimal switches for entering the address of the Node to find (0 to 99).
Part Number1788-CNCHKR
Product TypeControlNet NetChecker
Display8 bi-color (Red/Green) status indicators: • Status indicators numbered 1 to 7 are dual-function for Diagnostic or Bargraph modes. • Status indicators named TRAFFIC also indicates a low battery condition.
BuzzerPiezo Buzzer provides an audible indication of detected faults
DC JackExternal DC Power
Required BatteriesTwo (2) 1.5 VDC AA size batteries
Oscillope Connector3-pin Phoenix connector
Battery Life6 Hours
Weight250 grams
Dimensions152 x 83 x 33.5 mm
Manufacturer:Rockwell Automation
Brand:Allen-Bradley
Slide Switch 13-position power switch: • OFF disconnects the batteries. • ON turns on the tool permanently. • Push ON provides momentary power.
Push switch SW2Push switch SW2
Slide switch SW34-position function switch: • Positions L, M, H select the Diagnostic mode and low, medium and high thresholds. • The rightmost position selects the Bargraph mode.
Thumbwheel switches2-digit decimal switches for entering the address of the Node to find (0 to 99).
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About 1788-CNCHKR

The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCHKR is a pocket sized, field device used to check the quality of ControlNet network. This tool is ideally used as a commissioning and maintenance tool for evaluating the quality of installation of new and existing ControlNet networks.

The 1788-CNCHKR is capable of checking the quality signal by measuring the characteristics of signal such as Level of distortion, Noise or signal reflections, Rising and falling edges, Minimum message duration, Minimum between-message duration, Peak-to-peak amplitude and Violations to Manchester signal encoding. This tool also features a Node Finder and Oscilloscope output. Node finder is used for detecting a node in the ControlNet network, specified by the user through the built-in Thumbwheel switches. The oscilloscope output is used for providing trigger signal and isolated network signal for displaying messages of specific node in the oscilloscope.

The 1788-1788-CNCHKR is equipped with an array of LEDs supporting 8 bi-color status indicators. LED no. 1-7 are dual-function for diagnostic and bar-graph nodes. Status indicators labeled TRAFFIC may also indicate battery charge status.

The 1788-CNCHKR is powered by a pair of 1.5V AA / LR6 alkaline batteries. When the 1788-CNCHKR is delivered, it is supplied with these batteries uninstalled. Under normal use, the batteries may provide power up to 6 hours of continued use.

The 1788-CNCHKR also has a set of switches used to power, set measuring method, and define the node address being targeted by the ControlNet checker tool. Accessories used with the 1788-CNCHKR includes 3-pin plug connector to fit in the oscilloscope output, BNC T connector and BNC male to BNC female coaxial cable (1 meter long).

This is a hand-held field device powered by batteries (2x1.5V AA). The 1788-CNCHKR NetChecker is designed to help in the troubleshooting and commissioning stages of industrial automation networks that are based on the ControlNet protocol. It is used to validate signal quality on the ControlNet cabling. Note that the device does not read and give conclusions on the content of communication messages, it only evaluates the signal quality through the coaxial cables. Although it does not check message content, it is systematic with signal inspection because it checks signal reflections and noise, rising and falling edge quality and timing, distortion level, Manchester signal encoding violations, minimum message intervals, peak-to-peak amplitude, and the minimum time between messages. If any faults on the network are detected, a piezo buzzer will give an audio indication.

The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCHKR NetChecker has 8 bi-color (red or green) status indicators on the front. In the upper-right part of the device, the indicator designated as the TRAFFIC indicator shows the network activity and also indicates a low battery condition. In the lower section, the other 7 status indicators are used as bar graph or diagnostic indicators. The device uses batteries, but it also can be supplied with power from an external adapter rated at 5 Volts DC nominal voltage and 0.25 Amps. Batteries usually can withstand 6 hours of continuous device operation. The 1788-CNCHKR NetChecker is designed to operate at 0 to 50 degrees Celsius. Its dimensions are 152 millimeters by 83 millimeters by 33.5 millimeters, and its total weight is 0.25 kilograms.

FAQ for 1788-CNCHKR

What is the compatible protocol used with the 1788-CNCHKR?


The 1788-CNCHKR is able to check the quality of signals in the ControlNet network.

What are the signals characteristics monitored by the 1788-CNCHKR?


The 1788-CNCHKR is capable of measuring signal reflections and noise, rising and falling edge quality and timing, distortion level, Manchester signal encoding violations.

Can I operate the 1788-CNCHKR with batteries?


Yes. It may operated with 1.5 VDC AA Batteries.

Technical Description of 1788-CNCHKR

The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCHKR ControlNet NetChecker has a 8 bi-color status indicators Display and a Piezo Buzzer. The 1788-CNCHKR has an External DC Power DC Jack and a 2 AA Required Batteries.

Repair Services for 1788-CNCHKR

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks $6249cartAdd to Cart

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 1788-CNCHKR. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

Revisions for 1788-CNCHKR

Please refer to the manual for more information about the 1788-CNCHKR such as the wiring diagrams, data sheets and migration or obsolescence details.

Revision Part # Also Known as Availability
1788-CNCHKR Ser A
1788-CNCHKR/A, Series A, Rev A Request Quote
Common misspellings:
  • l788-CNCHKR
  • 17b8-CNCHKR
  • 178b-CNCHKR
  • 1788CNCHKR

Reviews for 1788-CNCHKR

Internal Review

"The 1788-CNCHKR is a ControlNet checker tool. This is hand-held portable tool, used for maintaining and commissioning existing and new ControlNet network installations. With the portability of this device, a ControlNet segment or the entire ControlNet network may be checked to evaluate the quality of the network. This tool also offers an oscilloscope output for providing an isolated network signal for displaying messages of a specific node. " -DO Supply Tech

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Technical Specifications for 1788-CNCHKR

Part Number1788-CNCHKR
Product TypeControlNet NetChecker
Display8 bi-color (Red/Green) status indicators: • Status indicators numbered 1 to 7 are dual-function for Diagnostic or Bargraph modes. • Status indicators named TRAFFIC also indicates a low battery condition.
BuzzerPiezo Buzzer provides an audible indication of detected faults
DC JackExternal DC Power
Required BatteriesTwo (2) 1.5 VDC AA size batteries
Oscillope Connector3-pin Phoenix connector
Battery Life6 Hours
Weight250 grams
Dimensions152 x 83 x 33.5 mm
Manufacturer:Rockwell Automation
Brand:Allen-Bradley
Slide Switch 13-position power switch: • OFF disconnects the batteries. • ON turns on the tool permanently. • Push ON provides momentary power.
Push switch SW2Push switch SW2
Slide switch SW34-position function switch: • Positions L, M, H select the Diagnostic mode and low, medium and high thresholds. • The rightmost position selects the Bargraph mode.
Thumbwheel switches2-digit decimal switches for entering the address of the Node to find (0 to 99).
Part Number1788-CNCHKR
Product TypeControlNet NetChecker
Display8 bi-color (Red/Green) status indicators: • Status indicators numbered 1 to 7 are dual-function for Diagnostic or Bargraph modes. • Status indicators named TRAFFIC also indicates a low battery condition.
BuzzerPiezo Buzzer provides an audible indication of detected faults
DC JackExternal DC Power
Required BatteriesTwo (2) 1.5 VDC AA size batteries
Oscillope Connector3-pin Phoenix connector
Battery Life6 Hours
Weight250 grams
Dimensions152 x 83 x 33.5 mm
Manufacturer:Rockwell Automation
Brand:Allen-Bradley
Slide Switch 13-position power switch: • OFF disconnects the batteries. • ON turns on the tool permanently. • Push ON provides momentary power.
Push switch SW2Push switch SW2
Slide switch SW34-position function switch: • Positions L, M, H select the Diagnostic mode and low, medium and high thresholds. • The rightmost position selects the Bargraph mode.
Thumbwheel switches2-digit decimal switches for entering the address of the Node to find (0 to 99).

About 1788-CNCHKR

The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCHKR is a pocket sized, field device used to check the quality of ControlNet network. This tool is ideally used as a commissioning and maintenance tool for evaluating the quality of installation of new and existing ControlNet networks.

The 1788-CNCHKR is capable of checking the quality signal by measuring the characteristics of signal such as Level of distortion, Noise or signal reflections, Rising and falling edges, Minimum message duration, Minimum between-message duration, Peak-to-peak amplitude and Violations to Manchester signal encoding. This tool also features a Node Finder and Oscilloscope output. Node finder is used for detecting a node in the ControlNet network, specified by the user through the built-in Thumbwheel switches. The oscilloscope output is used for providing trigger signal and isolated network signal for displaying messages of specific node in the oscilloscope.

The 1788-1788-CNCHKR is equipped with an array of LEDs supporting 8 bi-color status indicators. LED no. 1-7 are dual-function for diagnostic and bar-graph nodes. Status indicators labeled TRAFFIC may also indicate battery charge status.

The 1788-CNCHKR is powered by a pair of 1.5V AA / LR6 alkaline batteries. When the 1788-CNCHKR is delivered, it is supplied with these batteries uninstalled. Under normal use, the batteries may provide power up to 6 hours of continued use.

The 1788-CNCHKR also has a set of switches used to power, set measuring method, and define the node address being targeted by the ControlNet checker tool. Accessories used with the 1788-CNCHKR includes 3-pin plug connector to fit in the oscilloscope output, BNC T connector and BNC male to BNC female coaxial cable (1 meter long).

This is a hand-held field device powered by batteries (2x1.5V AA). The 1788-CNCHKR NetChecker is designed to help in the troubleshooting and commissioning stages of industrial automation networks that are based on the ControlNet protocol. It is used to validate signal quality on the ControlNet cabling. Note that the device does not read and give conclusions on the content of communication messages, it only evaluates the signal quality through the coaxial cables. Although it does not check message content, it is systematic with signal inspection because it checks signal reflections and noise, rising and falling edge quality and timing, distortion level, Manchester signal encoding violations, minimum message intervals, peak-to-peak amplitude, and the minimum time between messages. If any faults on the network are detected, a piezo buzzer will give an audio indication.

The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCHKR NetChecker has 8 bi-color (red or green) status indicators on the front. In the upper-right part of the device, the indicator designated as the TRAFFIC indicator shows the network activity and also indicates a low battery condition. In the lower section, the other 7 status indicators are used as bar graph or diagnostic indicators. The device uses batteries, but it also can be supplied with power from an external adapter rated at 5 Volts DC nominal voltage and 0.25 Amps. Batteries usually can withstand 6 hours of continuous device operation. The 1788-CNCHKR NetChecker is designed to operate at 0 to 50 degrees Celsius. Its dimensions are 152 millimeters by 83 millimeters by 33.5 millimeters, and its total weight is 0.25 kilograms.

FAQ for 1788-CNCHKR

What is the compatible protocol used with the 1788-CNCHKR?


The 1788-CNCHKR is able to check the quality of signals in the ControlNet network.

What are the signals characteristics monitored by the 1788-CNCHKR?


The 1788-CNCHKR is capable of measuring signal reflections and noise, rising and falling edge quality and timing, distortion level, Manchester signal encoding violations.

Can I operate the 1788-CNCHKR with batteries?


Yes. It may operated with 1.5 VDC AA Batteries.

Technical Description of 1788-CNCHKR

The Allen-Bradley 1788-CNCHKR ControlNet NetChecker has a 8 bi-color status indicators Display and a Piezo Buzzer. The 1788-CNCHKR has an External DC Power DC Jack and a 2 AA Required Batteries.

Repairs
Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks $6249cartAdd to Cart

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 1788-CNCHKR. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks $6249cartAdd to Cart

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 1788-CNCHKR. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

Revisions

Please refer to the manual for more information about the 1788-CNCHKR such as the wiring diagrams, data sheets and migration or obsolescence details.

Revision Part # Also Known as Availability
1788-CNCHKR Ser A
1788-CNCHKR/A, Series A, Rev A Request Quote

Common misspellings:
  • l788-CNCHKR
  • 17b8-CNCHKR
  • 178b-CNCHKR
  • 1788CNCHKR
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Reviews for 1788-CNCHKR

Internal Review

"The 1788-CNCHKR is a ControlNet checker tool. This is hand-held portable tool, used for maintaining and commissioning existing and new ControlNet network installations. With the portability of this device, a ControlNet segment or the entire ControlNet network may be checked to evaluate the quality of the network. This tool also offers an oscilloscope output for providing an isolated network signal for displaying messages of a specific node. " -DO Supply Tech