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How to wire DeviceNet bus connector ?

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How to wire DeviceNet bus connector  ?

 

DeviceNet bus connectors include: thick cable connectors, thin cable connectors, T-shaped branch connectors, multi-interface junction boxes, etc.

 

DeviceNet is a low-cost communication bus link with open field network standards, specifications and protocols are open. The network wiring is simple, with only five wires, including two power wires, two signal wires and one shielded wire. Moreover, power taps can be added at any point on the network to achieve redundant power supply from multiple power sources. 

 

The network can have various topologies such as T-type and daisy chain type. The devices on the network can be directly powered by the bus and communicate with each other through the same cable. 

 

The maximum distance of the trunk cable is 500 meters and the maximum length of the branch cable is 6 meters, which can realize the interconnection of devices that are far apart. It can connect industrial equipment (such as limit switches, variable frequency drives, operator interfaces, etc.) to the network, saving a lot of equipment wiring and reducing the cost of wiring. 

 


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