• Support for Integrated Motion over an EtherNet/IP network (not all controllers). • Use of Dual-IP mode or Linear/DLR mode. • Use of two Ethernet ports that let the controller connect to EtherNet/IP device-level and enterprise-level networks. • Use of 1784-SD1, 1784-SD2, 1784-SDHC8, 1784-SDHC32, 9509-CMSDCD4 Secure Digital (SD) card for Ethernet Devices Connect Even More Devices to Integrated Architecture • Allows Logix connection to non-CIP devices • Barcode scanners, vision systems, printers, robots, competitive controllers, databases, and more • Socket-specific messaging available in RSLogix 5000 • Supported in: – 1756-EWEB and 1768-EWEB – CompactLogix 5370 L1, L2, L3
I have Compact Logix Ethernet/Ip PLC. I want to make small scada/hmi on my pc with C#. Personally, I would use Modbus or another PLC before using Ethernet/IP along with a PC.