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The HMS CM CANopen module enables you to connect any CANopen or CAN 2.0A devices to your SIMATIC S7-1200 PLC. The module plugs into your S7-1200 and acts as a bridge between the CANopen/CAN devices and the micro PLC. This allows you to choose from a ...

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CANopen Master/Slave module for the SIMATIC® S7-1200 PLC

The CM CANopen enables you to connect any CANopen or CAN 2.0A devices to your SIMATIC S7-1200 PLC. The module plugs into your S7-1200 and acts as a bridge between the CANopen/CAN devices and the micro PLC. This allows you to choose from a wider range of automation products when designing your system.

CANopen and CAN 2.0A support Simply attach the CM CANopen expansion module to the SIMATIC S7-1200 PLC. Any device running the CANopen protocol or any custom CAN 2.0A based protocol can then be connected. Once attached to the  S7-1200, you then set up the CM CANopen module from within TIA Portal®. Your CANopen network configuration can then be made in the accompanying CM CANopen Configuration Studio.
 
The CM CANopen module can be configured to be either a Master or Slave from TIA Portal. No programming is needed to create the configuration.

The CM CANopen module is designed to be plugged directly onto the SIMATIC S7-1200 PLC. The module exchanges data and signals via the backplane bus, which also supplies the module with power.

Four easy steps gets you up and running fast!
1. Attach the CM CANopen module to the S7-1200 PLC            
2. Download and install the HSP setup file from within TIA Portal                            
3. Configure the S7-1200 PLC to include the CM CANopen module from within TIA Portal                           
4. Configure the CANopen network with the included CM CANopen Configuration Studio

CANopen and CAN2.0 connectivity example

 


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