The IP Point HART has been updated to support three new protocols as well as an enhanced multidrop operation.

The module now supports PCCC (AB-ETH) allowing SLC, MicroLogix, and PLC5 to read and write data to the HART instrument. Direct access from FTView (with no Logix controller required) is also now supported. The module also supports CC-Link allowing the user to connect any HART field device directly to a Mitsubishi PLC.

See  IP Point HART.

The DH485 Router/B now supports an isolated DH485 port. The module has a RS232 port as well which allows for RS232 to RS485 conversion (and vice versa) which can then be used as a pure 1761-NET-AIC replacement.

The module also has an embedded switch which will allow the DH485 Router/B to operate in a EtherNet/IP DLR ring.
See  DH485 Series B.

The Modbus Router/B combines the best of both the Modbus Router and Modbus Router 485 into a single module.
The Modbus Router/B supports Modbus RTU232, Modbus RTU485 (now isolated), and Modbus TCP.
The module supports CIP USB which can connect directly to a Logix Controller (via the USB port) to exchange data based on the Modbus Mapping.
The module also has an embedded switch which will allow the Modbus Router/B to operate in a EtherNet/IP DLR ring.
See  Modbus Series B.


  • Intelligent routing to Logix, SLC, & MicroLogix
  • Connect to Logix via Ethernet or USB
  • Dual Ethernet Ports supports DLR
  • Supports reactive tag mapping
  • Supports scheduled tag mapping
  • Slave mode supports multiple node mapping
  • Converts between Modbus TCP and Modbus RTU
  • Isolated RS232 and RS485 ports
  • Converts EtherNet/IP to Modbus TCP
  • Converts EtherNet/IP to Modbus RTU (RS232 & RS485)
  • Easy to install and configure
Modbus Series B Router

The 1756 PMIO Scanner enables multiple Honeywell TDC 3000® PM/HPM/APM Input/Output Processors (IOPs) to be owned by a ControlLogix controller providing a seamless migration path to the Allen-Bradley ControlLogix platform from the legacy Honeywell TDC 3000® systems. The PMIO Scanner plugs directly into a ControlLogix chassis and connects directly into the TDC 3000® redundant I/O Link.

See  Honeywell® PMIO Scanner.


  • Provides a Reduced-Risk Migration strategy for legacy Honeywell systems
  • 28 x IOPs per PMIO Scanner
  • Scanner Modes:
    • Run   - PMIO Scanner configures IOP, reads inputs & controls outputs
    • Shadow  - Listen only, provides Input & Output Readback values to Logix for checkout/testing/HMI/Historian
    • Learn  - Uploads configuration from (Honeywell) pre-configured IOPs
  • Options to Add & Configure IOPs:
    • EB (Exception Build) File Import
    • Online Learn Option
    • Manual Configuration
  • Redundant I/O Link (Channel A and B)
  • Redundant PMIO Scanners are supported
  • Integration into Logix with dedicated Add-On-Profile (AOP)
  • Diagnostics available in Logix
  • Easy to configure – Free Slate Configuration Utility

Both the IP-Point.HART-I and IP-Point.HART-O modules have passed UL certifications for Regular UL and Hazardous Locations Class 1 / Div 2.

The IP-Point-HART module can convert any analog device into either EtherNet/IP, Modbus-TCP, or DNP3 TCP/UDP protocols. This includes 4 to 20 mA input and output devices with or without HART communications as well as 0 to 20 ma devices without HART.  This device is unquie in that in screws directly into the instrument via either a 1/2" NPT or M20 thread.  Both versions support loop powered and external power devices.

The IP-Point-Hart is available in Input or Output variations:

  • A-IP.HART-I for HART input devices like process instruments.
  • A-IP.HART-O for HART output devices like valve positioners.
IP Point App1

The conversion to EtherNet/IP enables a HART device to be added directly into a Rockwell Automation Logix IO tree. The Modbus-TCP option enables a HART field device to be viewed as a Modbus Slave. The DNP3 option converts a HART field device into a DNP3 Outstation. The DNP3 option, also supports Secure Authentication, ensuring secure communications across the Ethernet network.

In addition, a rich collection of process and diagnostic information is provided directly into Logix, without the use of any explicit messaging. HART commands can also be relayed to the device using an EtherNet/IP message relay object. A DTM (Device Type Manager) is available further simplifying device configuration and management using an FDT frame.​​