MFET374 - Lab 4 - Spr 10

MFET374 - Lab 4 - Spr 10 - MFET 374 Manufacturing...

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Lab #4, Implementing a DeviceNet Network, Part 1 page 1 of 21 MFET 374 Manufacturing Integration I Spring 2010 Laboratory Assignment #4 Implementing a DeviceNet Network, Part 1 Objectives: This assignment will show you how to wire, configure, and test a DeviceNet network from the “ground up” using a DeviceNet kit purchased from Rockwell Automation. Preparation: The manual entitled DeviceNet Starter Kit – User Manual (publication number: DNET-UM003A-EN-P, August 2000) explains how to wire and configure the DeviceNet kit. This manual has been posted on the course website (see Lab Assignments page – Reference Materials). Several different kits are discussed in the DeviceNet Starter Kit – User Manual, we have purchased the kit called “ SKIT3 ”. Background: In this assignment you will work exclusively at the offline wall. We will not use the conveyor in this assignment. Figure 1 shows the parts list for the “ SKIT3 ” DeviceNet kit. Figure 1 – Parts List for SKIT3
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Lab #4, Implementing a DeviceNet Network, Part 1 page 2 of 21 Figure 1 – Parts List for SKIT3 (continued) Notes concerning the parts list illustrated in Figure 1 : 1) The kit comes with a demo version of RSNetworx for DeviceNet (part number 9357-DNET-L3). We will be using the full blown version which is loaded on each offline computer. 2) We will be using the 1792-2BVA2D ArmorBlock I/O (not the 1792-4BVT4D which is listed in the parts list). The 1792-2BVA2D supports two discrete standard inputs and two discrete standard outputs. 3) The DeviceNet kit specifies a stack light consisting of two lights: (1) Green and (1) Red. We will use a blue stack light instead of the green light. 4) We will not use the “Prob Cable” (part number: 1787-PCABL) which is included in the kit. 5) We will use the following cables to assemble the kit: a) One 1485K-P1F5-R5 micro male to micro female cable will be used to connect the DeviceNet inductive proximity sensor to the network. b) One 1485K-P1F5-C micro cable (with 90 degree angle) to conductor cable will be used to connect the Compact Block I/O device to the network. c) One 889D-F4ACDM-1 sensor cable (yellow) will be used to connect the standard inductive proximity switch to one of the ArmorBlock inputs. d) One 1485K-P6F5-C micro cable (with 90 degree angle) to conductor cable will be used to connect the stack light to the network.
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Lab #4, Implementing a DeviceNet Network, Part 1 page 3 of 21 e) One 1485K-P6F5-C micro cable (with 90 degree angle) to conductor cable will be used to connect the 1756-DNB DeviceNet scanner module to the network. f) One 1485K-P1F5-R5 micro male to micro female cable will be used to connect the DeviceNet photoelectric sensor to the network. 6) We will use the ControlLogix scanner: 1756-DNB.
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