J1939 Router

A-J1939R

J1939 Router

A-J1939R

The J1939 Router enables data exchange between SAE J1939 devices and a Logix controller via EtherNet/IP™.

The J1939 Router provides auto extraction and scaling of SPNs (Suspect Parameter Number) for standard SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) defined PGNs (Parameter Group Number). These SPNs can then be mapped to Logix UDTs Tags. This allows the user to create a J1939 Router project with all the required PGNs and then export a Logix L5X file with the required Tags and UDTs for that specific J1939 Router project. This L5X file can be imported into Logix.

  • Description

Description

The J1939 Router enables data exchange between SAE J1939 devices and a Logix controller via EtherNet/IP™.

The J1939 Router provides auto extraction and scaling of SPNs (Suspect Parameter Number) for standard SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) defined PGNs (Parameter Group Number). These SPNs can then be mapped to Logix UDTs Tags. This allows the user to create a J1939 Router project with all the required PGNs and then export a Logix L5X file with the required Tags and UDTs for that specific J1939 Router project. This L5X file can be imported into Logix.

The J1939 Router allows the user to select standard specification defined PGNs (e.g. PGN 61444 – Electronic Engine Controller 1) from a list in the Slate software. This will automatically build the mapping and scaling for each SPN which can be downloaded to the module. The user can then export a Logix UDT from the Slate software which maps the PGN selected. This can be imported into a Logix application and used as a destination tag for the configured PGN (greatly simplifying the application setup).

Architectures

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Features and Benefits

  • SAE J1939 to Logix
  • Bidirectional Data Exchange
  • PGN Browsing and Auto scaling
  • Direct-To-Tag technology for Logix controllers
  • Advanced diagnostics including packet capture

Configuration

The Slate Configuration Utility software is used for configuration and troubleshooting of the module. The stand-alone configuration utility allows users to define the setup and configuration of the J1939 Router module, connections with controllers and devices.

 

Specifications

EtherNet/IP Network

Specification Description
Connector RJ45
Conductors CAT5 STP/UTP
ARP Connections Max 20
TCP Connections Max 20
CIP Connections Max 10
Communication Rate 10/100 Mbps
Duplex Mode Full / Half
Auto-MDIX Support Yes

J1939 Network

Specification Rating
Connector 5-way terminal, 5.08 mm pitch.
Max PGN Mapping 40
Max PGN Size Supported 480 bytes
Supported Baud Rates 250k, 500k
Arbitrary Address Capable Yes
Support for Multi-packets Yes
Configurable J1939 Name Yes

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