Altivar 61 And Altivar 61 Plus Variable Speed Drives Page 47 Accessories and Options

47 Altivar 61 variable speed drives IMC Controller Card Accessories & Options Functions (continued) Communication function Ethernet The Altivar IMC integrated controller card has a built-in RJ45 Ethernet port (10/100 Mbps, MDI/MDIX) with Ethernet TCP Modbus, SoMachine on Ethernet, UDP, TCP and SNMP protocols. In addition, the Altivar IMC card has an embedded Web Server and FTP Server. As well as the default address based on the MAC address, it is possible to assign a controller IP address via a DHCP server or via a BOOTP server. CANopen The Altivar IMC integrated controller card has an embedded CANopen master which can be used to control devices on a communication bus with ease. The link can be configured between 20 kbps and 1 Mbps and supports up to 16 slaves. Architectures based on CANopen can be used to distribute I/O modules as close to the sensors and actuators as possible, thus reducing wiring costs and times, and to communicate with different devices such as variable speed drives, servo drives, etc. The CANopen configurator is integrated in the SoMachine software and can also be used to import standard description files in EDS format. Customization function on the graphic display keypad Menu 1.14 The remote graphic display keypad on Altivar 61 drives includes a menu dedicated to the Altivar IMC integrated controller card. The user is offered a graphic display of 8 lines of 24 characters. This menu can be customized simply and directly using the SoMachine software. The user can define the language, name, unit, decimal point, and the type of parameter he wishes to customize for his own application. The user can also define alarms and error messages for his application. Clock function A time and date-stamping function combined with a clock backed up by a lithium battery makes it possible to keep a log of events that have occurred. When the Altivar IMC integrated controller card is installed in the drive, drive faults are automatically time and date-stamped without the need for any special programming. Menu 1.14

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