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How To Setup an EtherNet/IP Network Between 2 CJ2M PLCs (Video)


Introduction

This article uses the attached video files to demonstrate a quick and easy EtherNet/IP configuration for two CJ2M-CPU33 CPUs. The example videos show step-by-step instructions to configure two CPUs to consume and produce bit and word tags over an EtherNet/IP network.

The video files show the following items:

  • Creating a CX-Programmer project with two CJ2M CPU's to set IP addresses and transferring to the controllers (1_EIP_cx-p(engsub).avi)
  • Creating a configuration in Network Configurator for EtherNetIP (with and without the Wizard) and transferring (2_EIP_Network_Config(engsub).avi)
  • Exporting tag sets from Network Configurator for EtherNetIP and importing them into CX-Programmer (3_Export_network_tag_EIP_NC_to_CX-P(engsub).avi)
  • Creating network symbols/variables in CX-Programmer and tranferring them into Network Configurator for EtherNetIP (4_Export_network_tag_CX-P_to_EIP_NC(engsub).avi)

The diagram on how it is to be connected:

Precautions

This article is intended to supplement official Omron documentation. The provided example should be thoroughly tested before implementation and may or may not function in specific applications. The user assumes full responsibility of the configuration, integration, performance and application of the provided example. For detailed information on the use and general configuration of Omron products, refer to official Omron manuals or contact your local Omron support representative.

These four movies have been made with CX-One v4.

 



Attachments

1_EIP_cx-p(engsub).avi - Size: 11715780
Video_Results.nvf - Size: 21487
Video_Results.cxp - Size: 9508


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