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    WAGO Remote IO with Fanuc Robot using EtherNet/IP Protocol Application note A500390, English Version 1.0.0

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    2 • General Application note 00390 A5Copyright  2012 by WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG All rights reserved. WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG Hansastraße 27 D-32423 Minden Phone: +49 (0) 571/8 87 – 0 Fax: +49 (0) 571/8 87 – 1 69 E-Mail: actionURI(mailto:info@wago.com):...

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    Table of Contents • 3 Application note A500390 TABLE OF CONTENTS 4,1 4, 4,Important comments 4,................................................................................. 4,4 4, 4,1.1 Legal 4,principles................................................................................

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    4 • Important comments Application note 500390 A1 Important comments To ensure fast installation and start-up of the units described in this manual, we strongly recommend that the following information and explanation is carefully read and adhered to. 1.1 Legal principles 1.1.1 Copyright Th...

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    Important comments • 5 1.2 Range of validity This application note is based on the stated hardware and software of the spe-cific manufacturer as well as the correspondent documentation. This applica-tion note is therefore only valid for the described installation. New hardware and software ve...

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    6 • Description 2 Description This application note is intended to serve as a guide for setting up WAGO Remote IO (16 Digital Input & 16 Digital Outputs) with a Fanuc Robot using Ethernet IP Protocol. While this guide uses a 750-880, a 750-352 (or other EtherNet/IP capable device) could al...

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    Solution • 7 Wago Remote IO Node: 4.2 WAGO Coupler Setup Set the IP address and enable EtherNet/IP Protocol in the WAGO Coupler. This is accomplished using the DIP switches. Set the IP address to 192.168.1.8 using the DIP switches as shown below. (DIP 4 is ON.) Application note A500390

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    8 • Solution Connect to the WAGO Controller using a web browser. Make sure computer is on the same 192.168.1.xxx subnet. Click TCP/IP from the navigation menu. On this page, you can change the IP to another static setting if desired. Put all DIP back to OFF and reboot controller to apply cha...

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    Solution • 9 4.3 Fanuc Setup Required: Teach Pendant Using the Fanuc teach pendant, select EtherNet/IP under the Digital I/O Menu. Application note A500390

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    10 • Solution Here you can modify the scanner slots. Note that slot two has been configured as WAGO and is enabled and running. Obviously when you are first setting up a slot, it will be Enable= False and Status = Offline like the other slots shown below. Select the desired slot using the arr...

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    Solution • 11 This is the second page of the configuration in this example. Make sure to set I/O Data Type to 8 bits, and other parameters as shown below. Now go into the Digital input section, and assign DI 1-16 as Rack 89 and Slot 2 (Or what you selected in previous step). Application n...

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    12 • Solution Do the same for the Digital Output 1-16. Reset power to the Fanuc Robot so the settings can be applied. After restart is complete, you can enable the slot for the WAGO I/O and it should report a running status. You can monitor the state of the Ditigal In/Out to verify correct o...

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    Solution • 13 Application note A500390

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