Connect up to sixteen network participants to save time and costs with the managed PROFINET switch. It supports PROFINET according to Conformance Class B and offers transmission security through ring redundancy as an MRP client. One of the most important functions of a PROFINET switch is the prioritizing of the PROFINET frame traffic in the machine network.
The switch can differentiate whether the frame is a web query, an FTP file transmission, a media stream, or a PROFINET frame. In the case of a high transmission load, the important PROFINET frames can thus be prioritized in order to prevent frame losses. With a GSDML file you can integrate the switch into your automation environment in the usual way. It is also possible to carry out a diagnosis and/or configuration via Telnet or SSH. The supported PROFINET protocols, such as LLPD, DCP, or even diagnosis alarms, can be easily configured and administered.
Integration into the automation network with GSDML file
Quick, simple configuration and diagnosis via PROFINET andweb interface
Media redundancy: MRP client
Port mirroring and diagnostic alarms for network problems
PROFINET Conformance Class B
Managed switch with 4/8 x 100 Mbps RJ45 ports
Assignment of a configuration via the device name
Device exchange without programming device
With the PN/CAN gateway, the connection of CAN devices to PROFINET is easy and straightforward. The product spectrum encompasses versions for CANopen® master, CANopen Slave or Layer 2 protocols.
The I/O data of the CAN participants is transparently displayed in a freely confi gurable manner on the PROFINET network and can thus be processed directly in the PLC. The PN/CAN gateway is integrated with a GSDML file in the hardware confi gurator and can be fully confi gured there. Other software tools for confi guration or handling blocks for programming are not required.
CANopen master, CANopen Slave, or CAN Layer 2 protocols
Up to 127 CANopen slaves possible
SDO communication, emergency messages, participant monitoring with heartbeat and node guarding
Up to 512 CAN messages can be confi gured (Layer 2)
SAE J1939 protocol (Layer 2)
CANopen Slave profi le 402, or customized
Easy confi guration using a GSDML file; no handling blocks or configuration software necessary
Can be used with all PROFINET-compatible projecting tools
Three-component module design
TB20 I/O modules have three components: a separate front connector, an electronic module, and a base module. A locking mechanism ensures that all modules can be quickly mounted and securely attached on DIN rails while guaranteeing a reliable electrical connection. Likewise, all modules can be easily and quickly removed for maintenance and/or system expansions. Modules are delivered as complete assembled units (i.e., as a single assembly) and can be installed immediately.
This makes keeping expenisve special parts in stock obsolete.
Individual modules can be replaced quickly and easily while the rest of the system keeps running. The hot-swap-compatible electronic module helps keep downtimes to a minimum.
Clear, unique labels
The system’s design ensures that each channel will be labeled clearly and uniquely, in a way that can be easily read during operation. This allows direct allocation of the terminal to the respective LED display. The labeling strips are suitable for laser printers.
Ideal handling, achieved with a compact design
The system’s ergonomic design makes it easy to handle. Moreover, the space-saving compact dimensions behind it do not take away from the system components’ heavy-duty sturdiness and reliable electrical contacts for industrial applications, which are further complemented by an IP20 protection rating. An optimal systems engineering breadth can be achieved through the use of modules with up to 16 digital or 8 analog channels and digital mix in/out modules.