7. CONNECTION TO FA NETWORKS
Color Code Signal Type
1 V– Black Signal cable – side
2 CANL Blue Communications data Low side
3 SHIELD Bare Shield
4 CANH White Communications data High side
5 V+ Red Signal cable + side
Made by Phoenix Contacts Inc.
MSTB2.5/5–ST–5.08AU (provided with the produc
Connect the communications cable to the DeviceNet interface connector
according to the following procedure.
(1)Strip about 30 mm of the cable sheath and remove unwanted sheath.
(2)Peel off the aluminum tape covers the signal leads and the power leads,
and strip the sheath of the signal leads and power leads matched to the
length of the crimped terminals.
(3)Twist the stripped signal leads and power leads and attach the crimped
We recommend the following crimped terminal:
D Phoenix Contacts Inc. AI series (special tool ZA3)
(4)Loosen the cable fastening screws on the connector so that the line
materials can be easily inserted.
(5)Insert each of the signal leads into the holes on the connector terminal
plate so that the sheath colors of the shielded lead, signal leads and
power leads match the colors indicated on the connector.
(6)Tighten the power leads in place with the cable fastening screws on the
Two thin cables can be connected to this connector in a multi–drop
configuration. In this case, insert two leads into a single hole on the
Cable–end connector for DeviceNet board B:
HR31–5.08p–5SC (plug) and
HR31–SC–121 5 pieces (crimp terminals)
manufactured by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.
The plug is shipped along with DeviceNet board B. The plug has a label
indicating a color code. No crimp terminal is shipped unless separately
No crimp terminal is shipped along with DeviceNet board B
DeviceNet board B