Allen Bradley CompactLogix DeviceNet Adapter I-O Module
|Warranty:||1 year DO Supply Warranty Included|
|Shipping:||Worldwide shipping via DHL, UPS, Fedex, and TNT|
|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the 1769-ADN.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
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The Allen-Bradley 1769-ADN is a CompactLogix I/O DeviceNet Adapter module. It is an open, low-level network module that connects simple industrial devices such as actuators and sensors with high-level devices such as computers and PLC controllers. It uses the well-known Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) that provides various capabilities such as control, data collection, and configuration for industrial devices. It connects low-level devices directly to plant floor controllers instead of interfacing them through I/O modules. Data is sent as needed through this module. The 1769-ADN adapter module has a maximum DeviceNet communication rate of 125 Kbps for 500 meters, 250 Kbps for 250 meters and 500 Kbps for 100 meters. It has a maximum of 30 I/O nodes. It draws a current of 450 mA (Series A) and 500 mA (Series B) at 5 Volts DC. It has a dimension of 4.65 x 1.97 x 3.43 inches. and weighs 0.6 pounds.
It has DeviceNet current draw of 90 mA at 24 Volts DC and DeviceNet voltage range of 11 to 25 Volts DC. It has a 30 Volt isolation voltage and a 4.7 Watt Power dissipation. For installation, it uses a DIN rail or panel mounting method with an open enclosure and it requires one slot in a CompactLogix chassis. The adapter should not be more than 4 modules (Series A) or 5 modules (Series B) away from the power supply. The 1769-ADN adapter module has more diagnostic features providing better fault detection and improved data collection. For wiring, the 802.3 compliant twisted pair cable with 2 millimeters squared (14 AWG) category standard must be used. It uses RSLogix 5000 software for configuration and programming. It has a reduced start-up time and less wiring than a normal hard-wired system.
|Module Type:||DeviceNet Adapter Module|
|Shipping Weight:||2 pounds|
|Shipping Dimensions:||8x8x5 inches|
|Series:||A and B|
|Isolation Voltage:||30 Volts Continuous|
|Backplane Current:||1.4 Amps at 24 Volts|
|Power Consumption:||33.6 Watts|
|Power Dissipation:||7.5 Watts|
Question: What type of software does this module require?
Answer: The 1769-ADN uses RSLogix5000 software.
Question: What is this module’s power dissipation?
Answer: The 1769-ADN dissipates 7.5 Watts of power.
Question: What type of enclosure does this module require?
Answer: This module has an open type enclosure.
Question: What is this module’s isolation voltage?
Answer: The 1769-ADN uses an isolation voltage of around 30 Volts continuous.
Question: Can this module be purchased with a warranty?
Answer: Yes, the 1769-ADN comes with a free one-year warranty from DO Supply, Inc.
Question: Where can I send the 1769-ADN to be repaired?
Answer: DO Supply, Inc. offers a variety of repair services for the 1769-ADN.