USB to DeviceNet Master Converter. Fully compliant with USB 1.1/2.0(Full Speed). Free Software development tools for Windows. Supports operating temperatures between -25 to 75°C (-13F ~ 167F).


USB to DeviceNet Master Converter. Fully compliant with USB 1.1/2.0(Full Speed). Free Software development tools for Windows. Supports operating temperatures between -25 to 75°C (-13F ~ 167F).

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I-7565-DNM application

I-7565-DNM is an economic solution of DeviceNet applications and acts a DeviceNet master device on the DeviceNet network. It is a "Predefined Master-Slave connection Set". I-7565-DNM supports Group 2 only Server and UCMM functions to communication with slave devices. It has an independent CAN bus communication port and has the ability to cover a wide range of DeviceNet applications.

Besides, I-7565-DNM uses the new CAN controller Phillips SJA1000T and transceiver 82C250, which provide bus arbitration, error detection with auto correction and re-transmission function.It can be installed on almost any windows-based system, for example Win98/Win2000/WinXP. It is popularly applied in the industrial automation, building automation, vehicle, marine, and embedded control network. In order to expand the DeviceNet functions of ICPDAS products, I-7565-DNM is developed for this purpose.


• Industrial Machinery • Building Automation • Medical • Maritime • Restaurant Appliances
• Laboratory Equipment & Research


  • Fully compliant with USB 1.1/2.0(Full Speed)
  • No external power supply is required as I-7565 takes it's power from the USB bus
  • DeviceNet Version: Volume I & II, Release 2.0
  • Programmable Master MAC ID and Baud Rate.
  • Baud Rate: 125k, 250k, 500k
  • Support Group 2 and UCMM connection
  • I/O Operating Modes: Poll, Bit-Strobe, Change of State / Cyclic
  • I/O Length: 512 Bytes max (Input/Output) per slave
  • Slave Node : 63 nodes max
  • Support Auto-Search slave device function.
  • Support on-line adding and removing devices
  • Support Auto-detect Group 2 and UCMM device
  • Auto-Reconnect when the connection is broken
  • Status LED: RUN, MS, NS
  • Free Software development tools for Windows
  • Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Linux drivers supported


Firmware Features

  • Programmable Master MAC ID.
  • Programmable transfer-rate 125K, 250K, 500K.
  • Each port support maximum nodes up to 64
  • Support Group 2 Only Server functions
  • Support UCMM functions
  • Predefined Master-Slave Connection Set
  • The maximum Fragment number is (Input/Output) up to 64
  • Support I/O Operation Mode: Poll, Bit-Strobe and Change Of State/Cyclic
  • Support Auto-Scan slave device function.
  • Support on-line adding and removing devices.
  • Support Auto-Reconnect when the connection is broken.

Firmware Features

Performance Test


Software Utility Features


This utility supports to search all devices and specific devices in the network. These functions help the users to configure the connection of the slave devices. Anymore, the software also can diagnose the remote slave devices when building the DeviceNet network.


This software supports the users to configure the I/O connection of the devices by searching devices or manual setting. After configuring the I/O connection, the information would be saved into the EEPROM of the I-7565-DNM. The users can export the data from the EEPROM easily. Correspondingly, the users can import the data into the EEPROM.

Remote I/O access

The software utility can easily to access the I/O data of all the slave devices. The users can monitor the input data of the specific slave device and change the output data to the remote slave device with this utility.

Software Utility Features


80186, 80 MHz or compatible
512 KB / 512 KB / 16 KB
ESD Protection
2 kV class A and 3 kV class B
CAN Interface
NXP SJA1000T with 16 MHz clock
NXP 82C250
Channel number
9-pin male D-Sub (CAN_GND, CAN_L, CAN_SHLD, CAN_H, CAN_V+, N/A for others)
Baud Rate (bps)
125 k, 250 k, 500 k
Transmission Distance (m)
Depend on baud rate (for example, max. 1000 m at 50 kbps )
3000 VDC for DC-to-DC, 2500 Vrms for photo-couple
Terminator Resistor
Jumper for 120 Ω terminator resistor
ISO-11898-2, CAN 2.0A and CAN 2.0B
DeviceNet Volumn I ver2.0, Volumn II ver2.0
USB Interface
USB Type B
Transmission speed
921.6 kbps
USB 1.1 and USB 2.0
Round LED
Windows 98 / ME / NT / 2000 / XP / 7
VB 6.0, VC++ 6.0, BCB 6.0
Power supply
By USB interface
Power Consumption
3 W
72mm x 101mm x 33mm (W x L x H)
Operating Temp.
-25 ~ 75 ℃
Storage Temp.
-40 ~ 80 ℃
5 ~ 95% RH, non-condensing

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Reviewed on 10-20-2015 at 03:58 PM

Kirk - starstarstarstarstar 5 / 5

I heard about this from my project manager and tried it out. It was easy to set up with my Windows 7 laptop and worked well with our custom software.

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Reviewed on 10-20-2015 at 03:37 PM

Ross - starstarstarstarstar 5 / 5

Found this product on a Google search, and its working smoothly with our Devicenet network. Very easy to connect with the whole system and we're satisfied with its performance so far.

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Reviewed on 10-20-2015 at 01:53 PM

Jerald - starstarstarstarstar 5 / 5

This worked well for me on Windows Vista and Windows 7. I was using it for communication with devicenet equipment on Vista and then we upgraded to 7.

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Reviewed on 09-10-2015 at 10:46 AM

SteveM - star 1 / 5

As the device drivers do not support Windows Vista, or 7 or 8 or 10, but only XP which is no longer supported by Microsoft, it is difficult to say if this works or not.

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Maria Lemone says:

Hi Steve, Here is a link to the Windows Vista, 7, XP and 98 drivers: