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One of the most challenging first steps in PLC programming is connecting to the hardware. These cards have been changed and upgraded since the initial release of the platform and multiple issues have been resolved. In this article, we will explore what it takes to connect through these cards to a ControlLogix PLC L61 and start programming. This method is the preferred way to set an IP onto the private network. In other words, if the card ever fails which is rare , you can take it out, set the switches to the same value on the new card and replace the old one.
Allen-Bradley 1756-EN2T Module, Communications, EtherNet/IP Bridge, Copper, 256 Connections