Stratix 5100 Wireless Access Point

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

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Wide deployment of EtherNet/IP in industrial automation means there is a growing demand to properly manage the network and extend its each within the manufacturing zone. Wireless networks provide connectivity in hard-to-wire and remotely accessible areas, increasing productivity and efficiency on the plant floor. 

To answer this demand, the Allen-Bradley Stratix 5100T can function as a wireless access point (AP) or a work group bridge (WGB) in both autonomous and unified networks. One device can provide the ability to create a complete wireless network. When you have devices that cannot connect to the wireless network organically, you can use the WGB mode. Using the Stratix 5100 as a work group bridge allows you to connect up to 19 IP addresses, while providing wireless connectivity to wired clients that are connected using TCP/IP like EtherNet/IP. This design flexibility makes accessing critical production data easier in a network with multiple remotely accessible devices - helping reduce design time and operational costs when integrating machines and equipment into the industrial control network. Using a Cisco IOS, the Stratix 5100 provides world class performance and configuration options. 

This device also provides premier integration into the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture® system through an EtherNet/IP stack incorporated into the firmware of the access point. It will then have the ability to extract detailed diagnostic information from Stratix 5100 devices into Studio 5000 Automation Engineering and Design EnvironmentT to help improve decision making.

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DOC Number: 11200 Year: 2016

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Maximum # Connections Supported
Total CIP 128
Explicit Messaging: Originator
I/O Messaging: Scanner
I/O Messaging: Target (Adapter) 128
Explicit Messaging: Target 128
Device Configuration
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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
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EtherNet/IP ID: 1
DeviceNet ID: 1
ControlNet ID: 1