Congratulations! You’ve found the easiest way to add handheld barcode scanning to MicroLogix, ControlLogix, CompactLogix, FlexLogix, PLC-5, and SLC5/05 Allen-Bradley PLCs. The ScanDr. Is an all in one solution that provides everything you need to easily get barcode data into your A-B PLC application. If you don’t agree that the ScanDr. solution is the easiest and quickest way to add handheld barcode scanning to an A-B PLC, we will buy the package back.
The problem is barcode scanners provide ASCII data that is hard to deal with in an A-B PLC. The scanners also support physical layers like RS-232 and USB. Few PLC’s still have serial ports and the USB is designed for programming only. Even if you have the physical layer problem solved you still have scanners that need to be mounted within ten feet of the PLC. You also have to deal with an alternative power option. This all adds cost and complexity.
The ScanDr. package solves these problems. ASCII strings are parsed and delivered directly into a data table of your A-B PLC. AOI’s are included to simplify the usage in Control & CompactLogix PLC’s. The solution connects to the PLC via Ethernet greatly enhancing your placement options. All the cabling and power regulation hardware is included. You connect the gateway via ethernet to the PLC and attach the RED and
BLACK power cables to a 24VDC, no additional components are needed! A true single source solution!
The ScanDr. package includes the handheld barcode scanner(s), the 435NBX ASCII to PLC gateway, and all required cabling to make your application work. Just enter the PLC type and the PLC’s IP Address into the gateway. RTA provides the AOI to make installation as easy as possible. One Source for a Done-4-You solution.
“The 435NBA is an excellent serial to EtherNet interface to an Allen-Bradley ControlLogix PLC. We had our barcode scanner up and running within a day with your tech support. Great web interface makes it easy. We will be using more of these in the future.”
"Industrial automation domain experts – the guys who build a lot of valves, pumps, drives, etc,, and need a way to talk to their devices – will find their Modbus champion in John Rinaldi. The author has almost as much shop floor experience as Modbus itself, the 40 years it’s been (and remains) the sole open source electronic networking protocol for connecting automation systems. John brings his trademark passion for, and quirky treatment of, all things industrial automation, to Modbus in the 21st Century. Internet of Things? OPC UA? All good – but automation engineers for whom small, simple, cheap, fast solutions will suffice will walk away from this book joining John in declaring ‘Hail Modbus! Modbus forever!"
Heather A. / Writer, Editor & Content Strategist
|Industrial Package||Rugged Package|
|Weight||5.7 oz (Wired); 7.5 oz (Wireless)||10.76 oz (Wired); 14.34 oz (Wireless)|
|Field of view||Horizontal: 32.8°, Vertical: 24.8°||Horizontal: 42°, Vertical: 28°|
|Image Sensor||640 x 480 pixels||1,280 x 800 pixels|
|Minimum Print Contrast||25% minimum reﬂective diﬀerence||15% minimum reﬂective diﬀerence|
|Scanner Operating Temp||32.0° to 122.0° F (Wired & Wireless)||-22° F to 122° F (Wired); -4° F to 122° F (Wireless)|
|Scanner Drop Specification||Withstands multiple drops @ 5.0 ft./1.5 m to concrete||Withstands multiple drops @ 8.0 ft./2.4 m to concrete|
|Tumble Specification||Withstands 250 tumbles @ 1.5 ft./0.5 m||Withstands 5,000 tumbles @ 3.3 ft./1 m|
|Electrostatic Discharge||ESD per EN61000-4-2, ±15 KV Air discharge, ±8 KV Direct discharge, ±8 KV Indirect discharge||ESD per EN61000-4-2, ±25 KV Air discharge, ±10 KV Direct discharge, ±10 KV Indirect discharge|
|RoHS||RoHS EN 50581||RoHS EN 50581|
|Electrical Safety||EN 60950-1 2ed + A11 + A1 + A12 + A2:2013, IEC 60950-1 2ed + A1 + A2, UL 60950-1, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-07||EN 60950-1: 2006 + A11: 2009 + A1:2010 + A12: 2011 + AC 2011 + A2: 2013, IEC 60950-1: 2005 + A1: 2009 + A2: 2013, UL 60950-1, 2nd ed, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-07|