Modicon STB & ETB Network Interface Modules and I/O Blocks

Distinctive CIP Services
Product Category
Communications Adapter
Device Profile
Communications Adapter: 0x0C

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The Modicon STB NIC Network Interface Modules provides adapter functionality using the EtherNet/IP protocol. It is an ODVA compliant device that supports all standard CIP services along with embedded Web page functionality.

It has the same features as other STB Network Interface Modules including:

  • HMI connectivity on serial port
  • Device integration (ATV, TeSys T/U, valve terminal, etc.)
  • Up to 32 modules
  • Removable memory card for easy device replacement
  • IP20 protection, operating @ -25 to 70 Deg C , 5g vibration, 30g shock

The Advantys ETB product line consists of 4 digital I/O modules that are IP67 watertight rated and connect directly to the EtherNet/IP Communication Network. The module types include:

  • 16 I/O points configurable as inputs or outputs
  • 16 Inputs
  • 8 Inputs and 8 Outputs
  • 12 Inputs and 4 Outputs 

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An ODVA Declaration of Conformity has been issued for the product(s) described on this page.

This Declaration confirms that the product(s) passed conformance and related testing at an ODVA vendor-independent Test Service Provider.

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DOC Number: 10650 Year: 2008

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Maximum # Connections Supported
Total CIP 32
Explicit Messaging: Originator
I/O Messaging: Scanner
I/O Messaging: Target (Adapter) 32
Explicit Messaging: Target 32
Device Configuration
Hardware Switches
EDS File Instance in Device
Parameter Objects
Custom Software
MAC Parameter Configuration: Speed
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
MAC Parameter Configuration: Duplex
Address Configuration
Hardware Switches
Custom Software
CIP Safety Node
Vendor Specific
Safety Discrete I/O
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EtherNet/IP ID: 243
DeviceNet ID: 243