Allen Bradley 1769-SDN Compact Logix RS Logix 5000 DeviceNet Scanner Communication Module.Scanner with Micrologix 1500 control system.
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The Allen-Bradley 1769-SDN is a PLC that operates as a CompactLogix DeviceNet Scanner Communication Module. Through the 1769-SDN, communication between the CompactLogix controllers, the MicroLogix 1500 programmable controllers, and the DeviceNet devices is possible. This module also measures 118 x 87 x 35 millimeters in dimensions, including its mounting tabs which are 138 mm and weigh approximately 280 grams or 0.61 pounds. The 1769-SDN has a maximum Bus Current Draw and its maximum heat dissipation is 440 mA at 5 Volts DC (2.2 Watts) and 3.8 Watts respectively.
The 1769-SDN should not be installed anywhere that contains volatile or corrosive gas, vapors, or dust in the ambient atmosphere. The 1769-SDN has an operating temperature of 0 to 60 degrees Celsius or 32 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and it should not be stored anywhere in a corrosive atmosphere. The maximum cable distance between this module and the connected PowerFlex 4-Class drives is 10 meters. The maximum cable length must be 500 meters at 125K baud and 100 meters at 500K baud. The 1769-SDN cannot be located more than 4 modules away from the power supply, thus, it has a Power Supply Distance Rating of 4. Its DeviceNet power requirements are N.E.C. Class 2 90 mA at 11 Volts DC, 110 mA at 25 Volts DC, and 200 mA for 1.5 milliseconds. The 1769-SDN is able to read inputs and write outputs to and from slave devices, communicate with peer devices, and load programs to a 1764-LRP-based controller across a given DeviceNet network.
Question: How does the 1769-SDN module communicate to slave devices?
Answer: The 1769-SDN communicates with devices through poll, strobe, change of state, or cyclic I/O messages.
Question: What does 1769-SDN Error Code 91 mean? What should I do?
Answer: The 1769-SDN Error Code 91 (Bus Off) indicates the Bus off condition has been detected on the integral DeviceNet port. If you see this error check the DeviceNet connections and the Baud Rate. You should also check the system for possible sources of network interferences, such as a failed slave device.
Question: Can this module be purchased with a warranty?
Answer: Yes, the 1769-SDN comes with a free one-year warranty from DO Supply, Inc.
Question: Where can I send the 1769-SDN to be repaired?
Answer: DO Supply, Inc. offers a variety of repair services for the 1769-SDN.
Question: What is this module’s heat dissipation?
Answer: The 1769-SDN dissipates around 440 milliAmps of heat at a voltage of 5 VDC.
Question: What type of software does this module require?
Answer: The 1769-SDN uses RSLogix5000 Software.