WAGO 750-352 I/O modular System Fieldbus Coupler ETHERNET 3rd Generation. The 750-352 ETHERNET Fieldbus Coupler associates ETHERNET to the measured WAGO I/O module. The Fieldbus coupler recognizes all associated I/O modules and makes a neighborhood cycle picture. This cycle picture might incorporate a blended game plan of simple (word-by-word information move) and computerized (step-by-step information move) modules.
Two ETHERNET interfaces and a coordinated switch permit the Fieldbus to be wired in line with geography. This kills extra organization gadgets, like switches or center points. The two connection points support Auto-Negotiation and Auto-MDI(X). The DIP switch designs the last byte of the IP address and may use for IP address tasks (DHCP, BootP, static).
The coupler is intended for Fieldbus correspondence in both EtherNet/IP and MODBUS organizations. It likewise upholds a wide assortment of standard ETHERNET conventions (e.g., HTTP, BootP, DHCP, DNS, SNMP, FTP). A coordinated Webserver gives client setup choices while showing the coupler’s status data. The coupler has a coordinated stockpile terminal for the framework voltage. The field power jumper contacts are provided by means of a different stockpile module.
WAGO 750-352 I/O modular Specification
Modbus (TCP, UDP)
|Baud rate||10/100 Mbit/s|
|Transmission medium||Twisted Pair S-UTP; 100 Ω; Cat. 5; 100 m maximum cable length|
|Transmission performance||Class D per EN 50173|
|A number of modules per node (max.)||250|
|The number of modules without a bus extension (max.)||64|
|Input and output process image (Fieldbus) max.||1020 Worte/1020 Worte|
|Supply voltage (system)||24 VDC (-25 … +30 %); via pluggable connector|
|Current consumption (5 V system supply)||450mA|
|Total current (system supply)||700mA|
|Input current (type.) at nominal load (24 V)||280mA|
|Power supply efficiency (type.) at nominal load (24 V)||90%|
|Isolation||500 V system/field|
|Indicators||LED (LINK/ACT) green: Network connection via ports 1 … 2; LED (MS, NS) red/green: Status of node, network; LED (I/O) red/green/orange: Status of local data bus|