Modicon M580 Plc Page 3-13 Communication

3/13 Modicon M580 automation platform PlantStruxure Ethernet architectures Ethernet Modbus/TCP communication services Functions (continued) Functions (continued) FDR (Fast Device Replacement) service The FDR service uses standard address management technologies (BOOTP, DHCP) and the TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) file management service, with the aim of simplifying maintenance of Ethernet devices. It is used to replace an existing device with a new device that will be detected, reconfigured, and automatically restarted by the system. The main steps in replacement are: 1 The device to be replaced is identified. 2 Another similar device is taken from the maintenance store, preconfigured with the Device name for the existing device, then reinstalled on the network. Depending on the device, addressing can be performed using rotary selector switches (as for Modicon STB distributed I/O a or Modicon OTB for example) or can be given using the keypad integrated in the device (as for Altivar variable speed drives for example). 3 The FDR server detects the new device, allocates it an IP address, and transfers the configuration parameters to it. 4 The replacement device checks that all these parameters are indeed compatible with its own characteristics and switches to operational mode. The FDR server can be: v A Modicon M340 Ethernet network module, BMXNOC0401 v A Modicon M580 Ethernet network module, BMENOC03 p 1 v A Modicon Premium Ethernet module, TSXETC101 v A Modicon Quantum PLC Ethernet module, 140NOC77101, 140NOC78000, 140NOC78100 v A Modicon M580 processor with integrated Ethernet port, BME p 58 pppp v A Modicon Premium CPU with integrated Ethernet port, TSXP57 pppp M v A Modicon Quantum CPU with integrated Ethernet port, 140CPU65150, 140CPU65160, 140CPU65260, 140CPU65860 FDR client device example Processors: page 1/20 I/O architectures: page 2/2 Ruggedized Modicon M580 modules: page 4/2 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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