SNAP-B3000-ENET
   
  SNAP-B3000-ENET

 

The SNAP-B3000-ENET Ethernet I/O brain is a compact, flexible, high-performance
I/O and communications processor that connects real-world analog, digital,
and serial devices with Ethernet networks for monitoring, control, and data acquisition.  
The brain can be used in an I/O unit as part of a SNAP Ethernet control system or in an independent I/O unit. It is ideally suited for use with SNAP PAC controllers running ioControl strategies.
The SNAP-B3000-ENET is mounted on a SNAP B-series rack with up to 16 analog, digital, and serial SNAP I/O modules. SNAP modules each provide one to 32 points of I/O, depending on the module. The brain offers local intelligence for I/O features such as latching, high-speed counting (up to 20 kHz), quadrature counters, thermocouple linearization, scaling, clamping, and 16 PID loops.
In addition to I/O features, the brain provides communication options including 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, PPP over a modem connection, Modbus/TCP, OPC, SNMP, and SMTP
 
   

Power Requirements

5.0 ~ 5.2 VDC / 최대 1.0A (Module 공급 Power는 별도)

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C

Storage Temperature

-40 to 85 °C

Humidity

0–95% humidity, non-condensing

Network Interface

IEEE 802.3 network, 10Base-T and 100Base-TX

Serial Port

RS-232 (for modem connection using PPP; also for programming and maintenance)

Serial Data Rates

Default is 19,200 kBd; baud rate is soft-selectable from 2400 to 115,200 kBd.

Maximum Ethernet Segment Length

100 meters with Category 5 or superior UTP.
For 100 Mbps at this distance, use Category 5 or superior solid UTP.

Jumpers (Internal)

Boot to kernel/boot to loader; reset to factory defaults

 
 
 
  SNAP-ENET-D64
The SNAP-ENET-D64 Ethernet I/O brain is a compact, flexible, high-performance I/O and communications processor that connects digital devices with Ethernet net-works for monitoring, control, and data acquisition. The brain can be used in an I/O unit as part of a SNAP Ethernet control system or in an independent I/O unit.
The SNAP-ENET-D64 mounts on a SNAP-D64RS rack with up to 16 SNAP standard digital I/O modules, which each provide four points of I/O. The brain provides local intelligence for latching, on/off status, and watchdog timers. Note that 32-channel SNAP digital modules cannot be used with this brain.
In addition to I/O processing, the brain provides communication options including 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, PPP over a modem connection, Modbus/TCP, SNMP, and SMTP.
NOTE: This brain is not recommended for new applications. Instead, we recommend using a SNAP-ENET-S64 brain or a SNAP-PAC-R1 on-the-rack controller. To compare features, see the SNAP Ethernet-Based Brains and On-the-Rack Controllers Comparison Chart.
 
 

Power Requirements

5.0 to 5.2 VDC at 1.0 A maximum (does not include module power requirements)

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C

Storage Temperature

-40 to 85 °C

Humidity

0–95% humidity, non-condensing

Network Interface

IEEE 802.3 network, 10Base-T and 100Base-TX

Serial Port

RS-232 (for modem connection using PPP; also for programming and maintenance)

Serial Data Rates

Default is 19,200 kBd; baud rate is soft-selectable from 2400 to 115,200 kBd.

Maximum Ethernet Segment Length

100 meters with Category 5 or superior UTP.
For 100 Mbps at this distance, use Category 5 or superior solid UTP.

Jumpers (Internal)

Boot to kernel/boot to loader; reset to factory defaults

 
 
 
  SNAP-ENET-RTC
The SNAP-ENET-RTC Ethernet I/O brain is a compact, flexible, high-performance I/O and communications processor that connects real-world analog, digital, and se-rial devices with Ethernet networks for monitoring, control, and data acquisition. The brain can be used in an I/O unit as part of a SNAP Ethernet control system or in an independent I/O unit.
The SNAP-ENET-RTC is mounted on a SNAP B-series rack with up to 16 analog, di gital, and serial SNAP I/O modules. SNAP modules each provide one to 32 points of I/O, depending on the module. The brain offers local intelligence for I/O features su ch as latching, high-speed counting (up to 20 kHz), quadrature counters, thermocou-ple linearization, scaling, clamping, and 16 PID loops.
In addition to I/O features, the brain provides communication options including 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, PPP over a modem connection, Modbus/TCP, OPC, SNMP, and SMTP.
The only difference between this brain and the SNAP-B3000-ENET is that the RTC br ain includes a battery-backed real-time clock to time-stamp email messages and data.
 
 

Power Requirements

5.0 to 5.2 VDC at 1.0 A maximum (does not include module power requirements)

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C

Storage Temperature

-40 to 85 °C

Humidity

0–95% humidity, non-condensing

Network Interface

IEEE 802.3 network, 10Base-T and 100Base-TX

Serial Port

RS-232 (for modem connection using PPP; also for programming and maintenance)

Serial Data Rates

Default is 19,200 kBd; baud rate is soft-selectable from 2400 to 115,200 kBd.

Maximum Ethernet Segment Length

100 meters with Category 5 or superior UTP.
For 100 Mbps at this distance, use Category 5 or superior solid UTP.

Jumpers (Internal)

Boot to kernel/boot to loader; reset to factory defaults

 
 
 
  SNAP-ENET-S64

The SNAP Simple Ethernet I/O brain is a low-cost, high-quality I/O and communica-tions processor for high-density commercial and industrial applications on wired Eth ernet networks. It can be used in an I/O unit as part of a SNAP Ethernet control sys-tem or in an independent I/O unit. It is ideally suited for use with SNAP PAC control-lers running ioControl strategies.
The SNAP-ENET-S64 brain is mounted on an M-series mounting rack with up to 16 SNAP I/O modules and provides local intelligence for analog, simple digital, and tunn eling serial capa-bility. SNAP I/O modules contain from one to 32 I/O points each, depending on the module.
In addition to I/O features such as latching, thermocouple linearization, scaling, cla mping, and watchdog timers, the SNAP Simple brain provides the ability to commu-nicate using Modbus/TCP, OPC, and UDP streaming.

 
 

Power Requirements

5.0 VDC ± 0.1 VDC at 1.2 A maximum (does not include module power requirements)

Operating Temperature

0 °C to 70 °C

Storage Temperature

-40°C to 85°C

Humidity

0–95% humidity, non-condensing

Network Interface

IEEE 802.3 network, 10Base-T and 100Base-TX

Serial Port

RS-232 (for programming and diagnostics only)

Serial Data Rates

Default is 19,200 kBd; baud rate is soft-selectable from 2400 to 115,200 kBd.

Maximum Ethernet Segment Length

100 meters with Category 5 or superior UTP.
For 100 Mbps at this distance, use Category 5 or superior solid UTP.

Jumpers (Internal)

Boot to kernel/boot to loader, Reset to factory defaults

 
 
 
  SNAP-B4
SNAP 32-channel Pamux Protocol Digital Brain Board
 

Power Requirements

5.0 - 5.2 VDC @ 1.0A max
(plus additional 0.5A if terminated)

Operating Temperature

0 ºC to 70 ºC, 95% humidity, non-condensing

Communications Interface

50-pin Pamux bus

Analog Read/Write Access Time

70 µsec per channel, 1.12 msec per 16 channels
(channels accessed individually)

Digital Read/Write Access Time

2 µsec per channel, 2 µsec per 8 channels
(channels accessed in banks of 8)

Update Time

With digital functionality enabled:
  Analog channels updated every 20 msec
  Digital channels updated every 1.25 msec
Without digital functionality:
  Analog channels updated every 2 msec

Range: Multidrop

Up to 500 feet

LED Indicators

ACC (Access), STS (Status), SEL (Address selected),
WD (Watchdog), and RUN (Power On)

Options: Jumper Selectable

Address
Watchdog
Reset
Enable digital (B4)
Analog configuration mode

 
 
 
  SNAP-B6
TSNAP 32-channel Pamux Protocol Analog Brain Board
 

Power Requirements

5.0 - 5.2 VDC @ 1.0A max
(plus additional 0.5A if terminated)

Operating Temperature

0 ºC to 70 ºC, 95% humidity, non-condensing

Communications Interface

50-pin Pamux bus

Analog Read/Write Access Time

70 µsec per channel, 1.12 msec per 16 channels
(channels accessed individually)

Digital Read/Write Access Time

2 µsec per channel, 2 µsec per 8 channels
(channels accessed in banks of 8)

Update Time

With digital functionality enabled:
  Analog channels updated every 20 msec
  Digital channels updated every 1.25 msec
Without digital functionality:
  Analog channels updated every 2 msec

Range: Multidrop

Up to 500 feet

LED Indicators

ACC (Access), STS (Status), SEL (Address selected),
WD (Watchdog), and RUN (Power On)

Options: Jumper Selectable

Address
Watchdog
Reset
Enable digital (B4)
Analog configuration mode

 
 
 
  B3000-HA
 
The B3000-HA brain is a high-performance processor that remotely controls a mix of analog and digital SNAP I/O modules on a B-series rack. The brain communicates with a host controller or PC via dual, twisted-pair ARCNET ports. The brain uses the Mistic protocol.
 
 

Power Requirements

5.0 - 5.2 VDC at 1.0A max.

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C, 5–95% humidity, non-condensing

CPU

16-bit Intel 80C196 I/O processor

Communications Interface

Node 0 and Node 1; twisted-pair ARCNET at 2.5 megabits per
second. Either port can be used, or both ports can be used for
redundant processor-to-I/O communication.

Data Rates

2.5 megabits per second; baud jumpers, although present, have
no effect.

Range (Multidrop Mode):

Up to 1,000 feet with up to 17 nodes. Repeaters and conversion
from Coax cable are commercially available.

Counter/Frequency Measurement

Maximum Rate: 20 kHz
Minimum Pulse Width: 10 µsec

Output Pulse

Maximum Rate: 500 Hz
Minimum Pulse Width: 1 msec

PID Update Rate

100 msec (for 1 to 8 PID loops)

LED Indicators

RUN (Power On), XMT (Activity), PGM (Program), and COM ports

Options: Jumper Selectable

Address, Node 0 Termination, Node 1 Termination

Cable

CAT-3 or CAT-5 UTP

 
 
 
  SNAP-BRS-HA
The SNAP-BRS-HA brain is a high-performance digital I/O processor that remotely controls up to 32 digital I/O modules using Opto 22's SNAP I/O mounting racks. The SNAP-BRS-HA can be used with either an Opto 22 controller or a host computer. On-board intelligence offers distributed control functions. SNAP-BRS-HA brains can be combined with SNAP I/O Series racks and other brains to provide the powerful and sophisticated I/O handling systems.
 
 

Power Requirements

5.0-5.2 VDC at 1.0 A max

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C, 5–95% humidity, non-condensing

Communications

Dual, twisted-pair ARCNET ports, single or redundant

Data Rate

2.5 megabits per second, not selectable

LED Indicators

RUN (Power On), RX (not functional), and TX (Activity)

Cable

CAT-3 or CAT-5 UTP

 
 
 
  SNAP-BRS
The SNAP-BRS brain is a high-performance processor used to remotely control up to 32 digital SNAP I/O points on an eight-position B-series rack. The brain commu-nicates with a host controller or computer via an RS-485 serial link, using the Mistic protocol.
 
 

Power Requirements

5.0 - 5.2 VDC VDC @ 1.0A max.

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C, 95% humidity, non-condensing

CPU

8-bit 8051 processor

Communications Interface

Supports 2-wire or 4-wire RS-485 using
twisted pair cable with shield

Data Rates

300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200,
38400, 57600, 76800, and 115200 baud

Range: (Multidrop)

Up to 3,000 feet and 32 stations maximum
between repeaters

LED Indicators

RUN (Power On), RCV (Receive), XMT
(Transmit)

Options: Jumper Selectable

Address, communication, baud rate,
CRC/Checksum, Binary/ASCI

 
 
 
  SNAP-B3000
The B3000 is a high-performance processor used to remotely control a mix of SNAP analog and digital I/O modules on a B-series rack.
The brain connects to an Opto 22 controller or a host computer over an RS-485 serial link and supports Mistic or Optomux protocols.
Depending on the protocol, brain functions can include PID loop control, latching, cou nting, totalizing, thermocouple linearization, waveform generation, and much more.
NOTE: Some SNAP I/O modules are not supported by the B3000. For compatible modules, see the SNAP Hardware Compatibility Chart.
 
 

Power Requirements

5.0 - 5.2 VDC @ 1.0A max.

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C, 95% humidity, non-condensing

Communications Interface

RS-485/422, 2- or 4-wire, twisted pair(s), with shield

Data Rates

300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400,
57600, 76800, and 115200 baud

Range: Multidrop

Unlimited. (Up to 3,000 feet or 32 stations maximum
between repeaters)

LED Indicators

RUN (Power ON), RCV (Receive), XMT (Transmit),
(IRQ) Interrupt, and (PGM) Program

Options:
Jumper Selectable

Address
Communication baud rate
CRC/Checksum
Binary/ASCII
Mistic/Optomux Emulation

 
 
 
  SNAP-B3000-MODBUS
The SNAP-B3000-MODBUS brain is a high-performance processor designed to remotely control and acquire a mix of SNAP analog and digital I/O modules on a B-series rack. The brain communicates to any Modbus master device via RS-485 using the Modbus slave protocol in both ASCII and RTU modes. Brain functions include latching, counting, on/off status, and thermocouple linearization.
 
 
 

Power Requirements

5.0 - 5.2 VDC at 1.0A max.

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C, 95% humidity, non-condensing

CPU

16-bit Intel 80C196 I/O processor

Communications Interface

RS-485/422, 2- or 4-wire, twisted pair(s), with shield

Data Rates

300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 76800, and 115200 baud

Range: (Multidrop Mode)

Up to 3,000 feet total length or 32 stations maximum without repeaters

Counter\Frequency Measurement

Maximum Rate: 20 kHz
Minimum Pulse Width: 10 msec
16 bit

LED Indicators

RUN (Power On), RCV (Receive), and XMT (Transmit)

Options: Jumper Selectable

Address, Communication baud rate, RTU/ASCII

 
  SNAP-PDPRS64
The SNAP-PDPRS64 brain is a high-performance processor capable of controlling up to 64 channels of SNAP digital I/O, configured as inputs or outputs in banks of eight. The brain communicates to any Profibus-DP master device using a 9-pin D-shell connector. Functions include digital input and output read and write. The brain is used with the SNAP-D64 RS mounting rack.
 
 

Power Requirements

5.0 - 5.2 VDC at 1.3 A max. (includes fully-populated rack with brain)

Operating Temperature

0 to 70 °C, 95% humidity, non-condensing

Communications Interface

9-pin D-shell connector, Profibus-DP standard pinout

Data Rates

Automatically detected baud rates up to 12 Mbaud

Range

Per Profibus-DP network standard (speed-dependent)

LED Indicators

Activity, Link status, Power, Normal operation, Error

Options: Jumper Selectable

Direction information (input or output), Profibus-DP address

 
  SNAP-DNP-ASDS
Opto 22's SNAP-DNP-ASDS brain is a DNP slave hardware device for use with DNP3-based SCADA systems. The SNAP-DNP-ASDS mounts on standard Opto 22 SNAP mounting racks and interfaces with Opto 22 analog and digital SNAP I/O modu les. This brain uses an embedded Linux operating system, and includes ports for RS-232 serial and 10 Mbps Ethernet links.
 
 

Embedded Operating System

Linux-based (Linux 2.4 kernel)

Processor

Cirrus CS89712
• 75 MHz ARM720 CPU core with MMU
• 10 Mbps Ethernet
• UART
• SDRAM controller
• Jumper-selectable boot ROM for "fail-safe" boot to download flash

Memory

16 MB RAM; 8 MB flash memory; 512 KB battery-backed SRAM

Clock

Battery-backed realtime clock

Network Interface

IEEE 802.3 network; 10Base-T with RJ-45 connector

Serial Port

RS-232 with RTS/CTS; uses RJ-45 connector with standard Digi/ConnectTech pinout

Power Requirements
(does not include SNAP I/O module power requirements)

5.0 VDC ± 0.1 VDC
Typical current loads:
• 120 mA idle
• 240 mA at powerup

Operating Temperature

0 °C to 60 °C

Storage Temperature

-40 °C to 85 °C

Humidity

0–95% humidity, non-condensing

 
 
   
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