MVI56E-MNETC Network Interface Module


CIPconnect connects the PC to the MVI56E-MNETC module through Ethernet.

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MVI56E-MNETC Fill the module properties as follows:
Parameter Value
NAME Enter a module identification string. Example: MNETC_2.
DESCRIPTION Enter a description for the module. Example: ProSoft Modbus
TCP/IP Enhanced Communication Module.
SLOT Enter the slot number in the rack where the MVI56EMNETC/MNETCXT module is located.


ProSoft Configuration Builder (PCB) provides a quick and easy way to manage module configuration files customized to meet your application needs. PCB is not only a powerful solution for new configuration files, but also allows you to import information from previously installed (known working) configurations to new projects.

Note: During startup and initialization, the MVI56E-MNETC/MNETCXT module receives its protocol and backplane configuration information from the installed Personality Module (Compact Flash). Use ProSoft Configuration Builder to configure module settings and to download changes to the Personality Module.

MVI56E-MNETC/MNETCXT modules are fully backward-compatible with MVI56-MNETC modules. However, you will need to convert your MVI56-MNETC configuration in ProSoft Configuration Builder to a form that your new MVI56E-MNETC/MNETCXT module will accept when you download it.

ProSoft Configuration Builder version 2.2.2 or later has an upgrade option that easily performs this conversion, while preserving all your configuration settings and any name you may have given your module.


This flag specifies how the Client driver will issue Function Code 3, 6, and 16 commands (read and write Holding Registers) to a remote server when it is moving 32-bit floatingpoint data.

If the remote server expects to receive or will send one complete 32-bit floating-point value for each count of one (1), then set this parameter to YES. When set to YES, the Client driver will send values from two consecutive 16-bit internal memory registers (32 total bits) for each count in a write command, or receive 32 bits per count from the server for read commands. Example: Count = 10, Client driver will send 20 16-bit registers for 10 total 32-bit floating-point values. If, however, the remote server expects to use a count of two (2) for each 32-bit floatingpoint value it sends or receives, or if you do not plan to use floating-point data in your application, then set this parameter to NO, which is the default setting.


The Static ARP Table defines a list of static IP addresses that the module will use when an ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) is required. The module will accept up to 40 static IP/MAC address data sets. Use the Static ARP table to reduce the amount of network traffic by specifying IP addresses and their associated MAC (hardware) addresses that the MVI56EMNETC/MNETCXT module will be communicating with regularly.

MVI56E-MNETC Technical indicators:
Input nominal voltage: 100V, 220V, 380V, 500V, etc
Input overload instantaneous 2 times/30 seconds
Input load voltage transformer CT: ≤ 0.1VA
Accuracy communication: ± 0.2%
Response time<400ms
Output voltage three ways DC0-10V, DC0-5V (load resistance=input voltage/DC10mA)
Three output currents, DC0~20mA and DC4~20mA (load resistance=DC10V/output current)
Output ripple ≤ 0.5% RO
<750 Ω when outputting load current,>1000 Ω when outputting voltage
Output full scale adjustment ≤ ± 20% of R.O
Output zero calibration ≤ ± 20% of R.O
Power consumption: DC power supply<3W, AC power supply<4VA
Isolate input/output/power supply/enclosure from each other
Shell material ABS
Working environment temperature and humidity -10~55 ℃/less than 80% relative humidity (non condensing state)
Storage environment temperature and humidity -20~70 ℃/less than 70% relative humidity (non condensing state)
Compressive strength AC4KVrms/min
Insulation impedance greater than 100M Ω at DC500V
Electromagnetic compatibility meets the application requirements of industrial equipment in GB/T13850-1988
Boundary dimension 119.5mm (length) × 110mm (width) × 75mm high
Installation method: 35mm standard navigation installation or screw fixation
Weight<500 grams
Mean time between failures greater than 50000 hours