Ethernet/IP Routers and Data Converters

Aparian Ethernet/IP Routers and Data Converters

Aparian Ethernet/IP routers and data converters offer reliable conversion and transmission of Data Signals. Devices are available to convert between HART, Ethernet/IP, and Modbus, and have multiple I/O for cost and space saving.

Aparian is also a Rockwell Encompass Program Parter with Rockwell Automation and develops, distributes, and supports various innovative products that complement Rockwell Automation’s products and solutions. Aparian’s Ethernet/IP routers and data converters seamlessly integrate and operate with Rockwell Automation platforms, offering great ease of use, and allowing the customer to benefit fully from the partnership.

The following products are listed below:

  • Model: A-IP.HART-I  HART 4-20mA Input to Ethernet/IP
  • Model: A-IP.HART-O Ethernet/IP to HART / 4-20mA Output
  • Model: A-HRT-4I 4 x Channel HART / 4-20mA Input to Ethernet/IP
  • Model: A-HRT-4O 4 x Channel Ethernet/IP to HART / 4-20mA Output
  • Model: A-CELL Cell Connect Module
  • Model: A-TSM Time Sync Module
  • Model: A-MBR Modbus Router
  • Model: A-MBR-485 Modbus 485 Router
  • Model: A-DNP3R DNP3 Router
  • Model: A-J1939R J1939 Router
  • Model: A-1756-A PMIO Honeywell PMIO Scanner
  • Model: A-DNTR DeviceNet Router

Products

Model: A-IP.HART-I

HART / 4-20mA Input to Ethernet/IP

Model: A-IP.HART-O

Ethernet/IP to HART / 4-20mA Output

Aparian IP Pointi HART to Ethernet/IP Converter
  • HART to EtherNet/IP
  • Analog Input or Output
  • Supports DNP3 with Secure Authentication
  • Supports Modbus-TCP
  • Supports Multidrop
  • Supports Burst Mode
  • HART Data & Diagnostics
  • Onboard 1000 point trend
  • DTM Available
  • M20 and NPT thread options

Example of typical installation:

Device Connection:

Model: A-HRT-4I

4 x Channel HART / 4-20mA Input to Ethernet/IP

Model: A-HRT-4O

4 x Channel Ethernet/IP to HART / 4-20mA Output

Aparian 4 Channel HART to Ethernet/IP Converter
  • HART to EtherNet/IP
  • Analog Input or Output (4 Channels)
  • Supports
    • DNP3 with Secure Authentication
    • Modbus-TCP
    • Multidrop
    • Burst Mode
    • HART Data & Diagnostics
  • Onboard 1000 point trend
  • DTM Available

Example of typical installation:

Device Connection:

Model: A-CELL

Cell Connect Module

Aparian Cell Connect Module
  • Logix to Logix Tag Data Exchange over a Cellular Data Network
  • Direct-To-Tag Simplicity
  • Secure – RSA Authentication and AES Encryption​
  • No APN or static / external IP requirements
  • Text Message Alerts and Control
  • Telegram Instant Messaging
  • Monitor Modbus TCP and EtherNet/IP Devices

Example of possible network communications:

Model: A-TSM

Time Sync Module

Aparian Time Sync Module
  • Cost effective time synchronization solution
  • Cross Platform (DCS, PLC, CompactLogix, ControlLogix, Electrical Protection Systems, Modbus​​​)
  • Support for Legacy PLC5/SLC time synchronization​​​
  • 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) master
  • Network Time Protocol (NTP) master
  • High accuracy time synchronization (onboard GPS receiver)
  • Position, Velocity and odometer readings

Example of a typical network for a timing application:

Example of a typical position and velocity application:

Stacker / Reclaimer Example:

Model: A-MBR

Modbus Router

Model: A-MBR-485

Modbus 485 Router

Aparian Modbus Router
  • Intelligent routing to Logix
  • Modbus to Ethernet/IP router
  • Supports reactive tag mapping
  • Supports scheduled tag mapping
  • Available for RS232 or RS485
  • Isolated RS232 port
  • Supports Modbus TCP or Modbus RTU
  • Easy to install and configure
  • DIN Rail Mount

Example of a typical network setup:

Typical network setup with in Reactive Mode:

Example of a typical network setup in Scheduled/Unscheduled Mode:

Model: A-DNP3R

DNP3 Router

Aparian DNP3 Router
  • DNP3 Master or DNP3 Outstation operation in ControlLogix & CompactLogix Controllers
  • DNP3 Outstation for Micro M850 Controller
  • Dire​ct-To-Tag mapping to Logix
  • Supports 100,000 events ​per event group type
  • Supports DNP3 Secure Authentication
  • Supports Report-by-Exception (unsolicited responses)
  • Formats complex DNP3 variants to Logix UDTs ​
  • Easy implementation of all DNP3 Command functions

Example of a typical network setup in Scheduled/Unscheduled Tag Mode:

Typical network setup with Secure Authentication:

Example of a typical network in Reactive Tag Mode:

Model: A-J1939R

J1939 Router

Aparian J1939 Router
  • SAE J1939 to Logix
  • Bidirectional Data Exchange​​
  • PGN Browsing
  • Auto Scaling to Engineering Units
  • Direct-to-Tag Technology
  • Generates Logix Tags and UDTs in L5X File
  • Built-in Packet Analyser

Example of typical network setup:

Model: A-1756-A-PMIO

Honeywell PMIO Scanner

Aparian Honeywell PMIO Scanner
  • PMIO IOLink Scanner
  • Integrate Honeywell TDC3000 IO to ControlLogix
  • Supports PMIO IOLink Redundancy
  • Phased Migration
  • Shadow-Mode
  • Easy to Configure

Example of a typical network setup:

Model: A-DNTR

DeviceNet Router

Aparian DeviceNet Router
  • DeviceNet to Ethernet Interface
  • PCCC or EtherNet/IP protocols​​
  • PLC5 Emulation Mode
  • Simplified mappings using EDS files
  • Direct-to-Tag Technology
  • DeviceNet Diagnostics
  • Built-in Packet Analyser