Ethernet DIO head adaptor and control network head adaptor modules NOC
(1)(2) Presentation Two Ethernet 140NOC78 p 00 adaptors modules are specifically dedicated for Quantum Ethernet I/O architectures: b The 140NOC78000 DIO Ethernet head adaptor, installed in the Quantum local rack (4 adaptors max.). This adaptor manages the Ethernet DIO devices connected to the Quantum Ethernet I/O network. b The 140NOC78100 control network head adaptor module, installed in the Quantum local rack (1 adaptor max.). This adaptor manages exchanges with the control network, in which other PLCs and/or supervisors may be present. It is equipped with integrated router which allows routing between networks. The Ethernet DIO devices can be connected in star, ring or network topology: b On the SERVICE port of CRP Ethernet head adaptors or CRA Ethernet drop adaptors or Quantum or Modicon X80 Ethernet RIO drops, or on the Ethernet ports of DRS switches. In this case, a link between the NOC Ethernet DIO head adaptor and the CRP is necessary for the Ethernet DIO devices to be integrated into the Quantum Ethernet I/O network (see below). b On the ports of the NOC Ethernet DIO head adaptor (3) , directly, without any link with the CRP Ethernet head adaptor. In this case, the Ethernet DIO devices are independent of the Quantum Ethernet I/O network. The 140NOC78100 module has an integrated router which can manage several IP addresses and which provides transparency between the control network and the Quantum Ethernet I/O network. This function limits the use of an external router and makes setting up easier. A link is required between the NOC module and the CRP Ethernet head adaptor or the NOC Ethernet DIO head adaptor, depending on the configuration.
Capacity of NOC Ethernet modules
b 140NOC78000 Ethernet DIO head adaptor module: v Maximum of four NOC modules, installed in the Quantum local rack v Maximum of 128 Ethernet DIO devices per module b 140NOC78100 Ethernet control network head adaptor module: v Maximum of one NOC module, installed in the Quantum local rack v Maximum of 64 Ethernet DIO devices per module Description 1 Display block indicating the module status 2 Dedicated RJ45 SERVICE port for remote service tools or for connection of Ethernet DIO devices (see CRP and CRA module SERVICE port, page 2/15) 3 RJ45 INTERLINK port for connection of the Ethernet Interlink cable 4 RJ45 DEVICE NETWORK port for connection to the Ethernet network 5 RJ45 DEVICE NETWORK port for connection to the Ethernet network 6 Removable hinged door Combination of Ethernet modules and CRP Ethernet head adaptor (3) The two NOC Ethernet modules (7,8) are linked to the CRP Ethernet head adaptor module (9) by means of Ethernet Interlink cables (10) . Multiple combinations are possible: 7 Ethernet control network head adaptor module 140NOC78100 8 Ethernet DIO head adaptor module 140NOC78000 9 Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200 10 Ethernet Interlink cable TCSECN3M3M1S4/1S4U
(1) For additional characteristics, see our website www.schneider-electric.com. (2) Requires Unity Pro Extra Large software u V7.0. (3) The 140NOE771 Ethernet Modbus TCP modules p 1 in installed bases can also manage Ethernet DIO devices in a Quantum Ethernet I/O system. These modules do however have performance restrictions which are not present in the 140NOC78000 module. In particular, only a 140NOE771 p 1 module can be part of the Quantum Ethernet I/O network; please consult our Customer Care Centre.
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NOC Ethernet DIO head adaptor module NOC Ethernet control network head adaptor
Example of NOC and CRP module combination: 140NOC78100 / 140NOC78000 / 140CRP31200 7 8 10 9 Router integrated in the 140NOC78100 Ethernet module managing several IP addresses
CRA CRP NOC Ethernet I / O network Control network IP address: 188.8.131.52 IP address: 192.168.0.XX IP address: 192.168.0.0 SCADA Vijeo Citec MES system (Manufacturing Execution System) Ethernet RIO Quantum Ethernet I/O
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