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           MicroLogix Controllers

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Mechanical Design
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 Programmable Logic Controllers           




1763 MicroLogix 1100 Controllers

With online editing and a built-in 10/100 Mbps EtherNet/IP port for peer-to-peer messaging, the MicroLogix 1100 controller adds greater connectivity and application coverage to the MicroLogix family of Allen-Bradley controllers. This next generation controller's built-in LCD screen displays controller status, I/O status, and simple operator messages; enables bit and integer manipulation; offers digital trim pot functionality, and a means to make operating mode changes (Prog / Remote / Run).

With 10 digital inputs, 2 analog inputs and 6 digital outputs, the MicroLogix 1100 can handle a wide variety of tasks. The MicroLogix 1100 controllers also support expansion I/O. Up to four 1762 I/O modules (also used on the MicroLogix 1200 and 1400) may be added to the embedded I/O, providing application flexibility and support of up to 80 digital I/O.



  • Built-in 10/100 Mbps EtherNet/IP port for peer-to-peer messaging — offers users high speed connectivity between controllers, with the ability to access, monitor and program from anywhere an Ethernet connection is available
  • Online editing functionality — modifications can be made to a program while it is running, making fine tuning of an operating control system possible, including PID loops. Not only does this reduce development time, but it aids in troubleshooting
  • Embedded Web server — allows a user to custom configure data from the controller to be displayed as a web page
  • Isolated RS-232/RS-485 combo port — provides a host of different point-to-point and network protocols
  • Embedded LCD screen — allows user to monitor data within the controller, optionally modify that data, and interact with the control program. Displays status of embedded digital I/O and controller functions, and acts as a pair of digital trim pots to allow a user to tweak and tune a program


 Programmable Logic Controllers           




1762 MicroLogix 1200 Controllers

The MicroLogix 1200 is filled with features and options designed to handle extensive range of applications.

Available in 24 and 40-point versions, the I/O count can be expanded using rackless I/O modules. This results in larger control systems, greater application flexibility and expandability at a lower cost and reduced parts inventory.

A field-upgradeable flash operating system ensures you will always be up-to-date with the latest features, without having to replace hardware. The controller can be easily updated with the latest firmware via a web site download.


MicroLogix 1200R Controllers

The MicroLogix 1200R controller has the following additional functionality and benefits.

  • Programming/Human Machine Interface (HMI) port in addition to the Channel 0 port — provides an inexpensive means of providing an extra port that can be used for programming using a personal computer with Rockwell Software RSLogix 500 software, or connecting an operator interface device to your controller
  • Reduced system cost — enables users to directly connect a local HMI, allowing the other port to be used for networking, modem connection, programming and other devices
  • Requires no configuration — DF1 Full Duplex port that has the same parameters as Channel 0 when it is in its "Default Comms" configuration
  • Respond Only — Messaging is not available; it communicates by responding to communications initiated from the device attached to it


Programmable Logic Controllers           




1766 MicroLogix 1400 Controllers

The Allen-Bradley® MicroLogix™ 1400 from Rockwell Automation complements the existing MicroLogix family of small programmable logic controllers. MicroLogix 1400 combines the features you demand from MicroLogix 1100, such as EtherNet/IP, online editing, and a built-in LCD, plus provides you with enhanced features, such as: higher I/O count, faster High Speed Counter/PTO and enhanced network capabilities.



  • Ethernet port provides you with Web server and Email capability
  • Built-in LCD with backlight allows you to view controller and I/O status, and provides a simple interface for messages, bit / integer monitoring and manipulation
  • Expand your application capabilities through support of up to 7 expansion I/O modules (1762 I/O) with 256 discrete I/O
  • Up to 6 embedded 100 kHz high-speed counters (on controllers with dc inputs)
  • 2 Serial ports with DF1/DH485/Modbus RTU/DNP3/ASCII protocol support
  • 10K words user program memory and 10K words user data memory
  • Up to 128K bytes for data logging and 64K bytes for recipe


Programmable Logic Controllers           




1764 MicroLogix 1500 Controllers

The MicroLogix 1500 is the most expandable member of the MicroLogix family. In fact, it can handle many applications that traditionally called for larger, more expensive controllers. With its removable processor, base units with embedded I/O and power supply — and expansion through 1769 Compact™ I/O — the MicroLogix 1500 packs all of the best features of a modular system into a low-cost, small footprint.



  • Application flexibility and versatility with Compact I/O means a small footprint and expansion to over 500 I/O points
  • Large onboard non-volatile memory
  • Real Time Clock (RTC) capabilities allow time scheduling of control
  • Program portability allows user programs to be uploaded, downloaded and transported via Memory Modules
  • Built in PID capabilities
  • Data Access Tool (DAT) for data monitoring and adjustment
  • Eight latching (pulse catch) inputs
  • Four event interrupts


    Programmable Logic Controllers      

                  SLC 500 System




Choice of Controllers
     The SLC 500 line offers a range of choices in memory, I/O capacity, instruction set, and communication ports to allow you to tailor a control system to your exact application requirements. These products have a strong reliability history covering hundreds of thousands of installations in a broad range of applications.

  • SLC 5/01

The SLC 5/01 processors let you configure modular controllers of up to 960 I/O and a 1K- or 4K-instruction memory capacity.

  • SLC 5/02

The SLC 5/02 processors let you configure modular controllers of up to 4096 inputs plus 4096 outputs nominally and a 4K-instruction memory. By installing an optional scanner module into one of the 30 I/O module slots, you can add Remote I/O or DeviceNet I/O to the system. They offer 19 additional instructions, including a message instruction for initiating peer-to peer communication.

  • SLC 5/03

The SLC 5/03 processors let you configure modular controllers of up to 4096 inputs plus 4096 outputs and a memory of 8K or 16K words. In addition to the features of the SLC 5/02, they have a second built-in communication port — an RS-232-C port that can be configured for ASCII or DF1 protocol, and can be configured for connection to a 1761-NET-AIC converter to provide access to a DH-485 network. SLC 5/03 processors provide bit-instruction execution times of 0.44ms and an overall system throughput of up to 10 times faster than competitive processors. Additional capabilities include: floating-point math, online programming and run-time editing, flash memory upgrades, built-in key-switch, and a built-in real-time clock and calendar.

  • SLC 5/04

The SLC 5/04 processors let you configure modular controllers of up to 4096 inputs plus 4096 outputs and a memory of either 16K, 32K, or 64K words. They have all the features of the SLC 5/03 processors, plus a faster communication port and shorter execution times (bit-instruction execution times of 0.37ms). Instead of a DH-485 port, the SLC 5/04 has a built-in DH+ port for communication with other SLC 5/04 and PLC processors, operator interfaces, and programming terminals. Communication via the DH+ network is three times faster than DH-485 communication.

  • SLC 5/05


Broad Capabilities

  • Simple and affordable processors with broad capabilities to address applications such as material handling, HVAC control, assembly operations, small process control, and SCADA applications
  • Advanced instruction set based on PLC-5 mid-size processors
  • Broad line of digital and analog I/O modules, including intelligent I/O modules and including I/O modules available from third-party (Encompass™ program) vendors
  • SLC 5/01 processors have a DH-485 port for programming and processor-to-processor communication initiated from the other node
  • SLC 5/02, SLC 5/03, SLC 5/04 and SLC 5/05 processors have communication ports (Ethernet, DH+, DH-485, or RS-232-C) that can initiate communication
  • Add Universal Remote I/O with a 1747-SN scanner module
  • Add DeviceNet I/O with a 1747-SDN scanner module
  • Add BASIC or C programming capability with a 1747-BAS module


    Programmable Logic Controllers     

                    PLC-5 System




Functional Design
     PLC-5 processors are available in a large range of forcible I/O (512 maximum through 3072 maximum) and maximum user memory (6K through 100K words). All are capable of controlling remotely-located I/O. The maximum number of I/O locations ranges from 5 through 125.

Mechanical Design

The PLC-5 processors are single-slot modules that you place into the left-most slot of a 1771 I/O chassis. Some 1771 I/O chassis are built for back-panel mounting and some are built for rack mounting. The 1771 I/O chassis is available in sizes of 4, 8, 12, or 16 I/O module slots. The 1771 I/O modules are available in densities of 8, 16, or 32 I/O per module.


Standards Compliance

  • ISO 9000 Registration: Rockwell Automation facilities are registered to ISO 9001 standards. Our quality system for design, development, manufacture, delivery, and internal customer service processes has been verified by third party audits.
  • Marine and Off-Shore Applications: PLC-5 controllers have been certified for use in marine and offshore applications around the world by Lloyd's Register, American Bureau of Shipping, Det Norske Veritas, Bureau Veritas, Registro Italiano Navale, Germanischer Lloyd, and the Korean Register of Shipping.
  • UL Certification: Generally Rockwell Automation pursues applicable certification by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for our products. For actual UL recognition of a specific controller, always refer to the label on the product.
  • CSA Certification: Generally Rockwell Automation pursues applicable certification by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) for our products. For actual CSA recognition of a specific controller, always refer to the label on the product.
  • European Union Directives: Rockwell Automation products covered by European Union Directives are intended for sale and use within the European market and conform with the essential requirements of these directives. For actual CD conformity of a specific controller, always refer to the label on the product.


     Programmable Automation Controllers     

                    CompactLogix System




CompactLogix controllers integrate easily with other members of the Logix family of controllers and are programmed using RSLogix 5000, just like other members of the Logix controller family. So, if you are also running ControlLogix, you can easily duplicate and scale existing programs to run on CompactLogix.

CompactLogix networked controllers integrate an EtherNet/IP or ControlNet connection and are designed to meet the challenge of demanding applications. The CompactLogix EtherNet/IP family of controllers includes the 1769-L23E, 1769-L35E and the 1769-L32E. The CompactLogix ControlNet family of controllers includes the 1769-L35CR and the 1769-L32C.


Standalone Controllers

CompactLogix is also ideal for systems that require standalone control. For cost-effective sequential and process machine control applications, consider the 1769-L23 family of packaged controllers or 1769-L31 controllers. For low-axis count motion control applications, consider the 1768-L43 (up to 4 axes) or the 1768-L45 (up to 8 axes).

CompactLogix controllers offer:

  • High-performance CPU
    • Designed to meet demanding applications
    • Significant performance and capacity
  • Extensive I/O capacity, throughput, and functionality
    • Cost-effective, rackless I/O
    • Control distributed I/O via EtherNet/IP or ControlNet
  • Seamless bridging with data control and collection over the same network
  • Front-accessible, removable CompactFlash
  • Integrated motion
    • Sequential, process and motion in a single programming environment
    • SERCOS drives interface





              ControlLogix / 1756 System


   System Components

  ControlLogix system components include:     





ControlLogix Controllers

• Options include: ControlLogix standard controllers, GuardLogix safety controllers, and ControlLogix-XT extended temperature controllers.
• User memory ranges from 2 to 32 MB, depending on controller type.

ControlLogix Communication Modules

• Options include: EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, DeviceNet, Data Highway Plus, Remote I/O, Foundation Fieldbus, Serial, DH-485, and SynchLink.
• Install multiple communication-interface modules into the ControlLogix backplane to configure a gateway to bridge or route control and information data between different networks.

ControlLogix Integrated Motion Modules

• Choose from SERCOS or analog interface modules.
• A removable terminal block (RTB) is required for analog interface modules only.

ControlLogix I/O Modules

• Options include: digital, analog, thermocouple, RTD, motion, and specialty modules.
• Densities range from 4 to 32 points per module.
• Modules are rate IP20, Class I, Division 2/Zone 2.
• Some modules have field-side diagnostics, electronic fusing, or individually isolated inputs/outputs.
• A remote terminal block (RTB) or wiring system is required for each I/O module.

ControlLogix Power Supplies

• ControlLogix power supplies are used with the 1756 chassis to provide 1.2V, 3.3V, 5V, and 24V DC power directly to the chassis backplane.
• Select one power supply for each chassis, if you are using standard power supplies.
• Select a power supply bundle if you are planning a redundant power supply system.

ControlLogix Chassis

• Choose from ControlLogix standard or ControlLogix-XT chassis.
• Standard chassis are available with 4, 7, 10, 13, or 17 slots.
• ControlLogix-XT chassis are available with 5 or 7 slots.
• Slot fillers are required for empty slots.

 Optional system components include: 





• Visualization products, together with Logix for control and NetLinx architecture for communication, make up the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture strategy.
• Choose from PanelView Plus and PanelView Plus CE electronic operator interface and Rockwell Automation industrialized personal computer hardware.
• Available Rockwell Software supervisory control software includes FactoryTalk View software.


• Your selection of modules and network configuration determines what software packages you need to configure and program your system.
• Program your ControlLogix system with RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software.
• Additional design and configuration products include RSNetworx and RSLinx software.



Networks and Communications

Bridging Control and Information Across Your Enterprise

Ethernet has been the de-facto standard for business enterprise systems for many years, and the industry adoption of EtherNet/IP for control and information has acted as the enabler of network convergence between manufacturing and enterprise networks. The convergence of technologies between traditional information technology (IT) systems and manufacturing operations provides manufacturers with substantial opportunities to reduce risk and costs, provide secure access to information, and improve agility and overall business performance. By getting real time information at the right time and at the right levels manufactures can take advantage of this network convergence. Linking the manufacturing environment with the enterprise level can greatly enhance the agility of a business and provide opportunity for greater innovation.

Read more about CIP networks (EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, DeviceNet), Process networks, and Ethernet switches today!

Download these webcasts from Rockwell Automation and Cisco:

  • The Trend — Network Technology & Cultural Convergence Attendees will be able to identify what is happening in the world, compare it to their own company, and begin to understand some of the opportunities & challenges associated with the changes.
  • What Every IT Professional Should Know about Plant Floor Networking Prepare IT to Address Plant Floor Design Considerations, Understand the Vocabulary, Meld with Current IT Practices.
  • What Every Plant Floor Controls Engineer Should Know about Working with IT Prepare Controls Engineering to Address IT Design Considerations, Understand the Vocabulary, Meld with Current Plant Floor Practices.
    Recorded broadcast


   DeviceNet™ Networks

Providing You with the Ability to Distribute and Troubleshoot Simple Devices Throughout Your Architecture

The DeviceNet network is an open device level network that provides connections between simple industrial devices (such as sensors and actuators) and higher-level devices (such as programmable controllers and computers).

  • Uses the proven Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) to provide control, configure, and data collection capabilities for industrial devices
  • The use of CIP allows for seamless bridging and routing between EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, DeviceNet, etc.
  • Flexible network that works with devices from multiple vendors, offering a wide variety of both Rockwell Automation and third-party products, including products from Rockwell Automation Encompass Partners



Rockwell Automation continues our investment in DeviceNet through solutions that help make DeviceNet easier to wire, commission, and troubleshoot. The Rockwell Automation 193-DNCT DeviceNet Configuration Terminal, E1 Plus overload relay, DSA100 Block I/O, and our KwikLink™ Lite flat cable system helps make DeviceNet even more ideal for in-cabinet and other IP20 rated applications.

Encompass partner DeviceNet products like the Parker ModuFlex™ and other pneumatic valve systems can be easily added to the control system and monitored with the DeviceNet Configuration Terminal. Products with extended DeviceNet functionality like the Festo CPV™ 10/14/18 pneumatic valve system can even be commissioned directly using the same handheld device.

Combining new DeviceNet cabling options with existing, proven products, and ready-made tools such as FactoryTalk™ View diagnostic faceplate for the 1756-DNB and 1769-SDN DeviceNet scanners screens puts the power of DeviceNet within your reach.


  • Cost-effective networking solution to simple devices
  • Easily access data in intelligent sensors/actuators from multiple third party vendors
  • Producer/Consumer services let you configure devices, control, and collect information over a single network
  • Improves system integration for both safety and standard applications
  • Reduces downtime with early detection of system performance problems
  • Reduces maintenance costs with diagnostics and automatic device replacement
  • Integrated Architecture Tools and services and support to help assist with network setup and maintenance
  • The Automatic Tag Generator tool


11 Node DeviceNet System Comparison

Cable Install Method


Avg. Install Time

Time Savings


  • (9 drops x 10 wires) + (2 drops x 7 wires) = 104 wires
  • (6 strips/cable-end) x 20 cable-ends = 120 strips
  • 11 drops x (12 screws/drop) = 132 assemblies

94 minutes

  • Baseline Thin Media

KwikLink Lite
Flat Cable System

  • 11 drops x (1 wire/drop) = 11 wires
  • (0 strips/cable-end) x 0 cable-ends = 0 strips
  • 11 drops x 3 connectors = 33 assemblies

20 minutes

  • 79% Better than Daisy-chain
  • 89% fewer wires
  • 75% fewer assemblies



One Network for Control, Information and Beyond

Deployment of Ethernet on the plant floor and across the enterprise, combined with increasing business pressures, has encouraged network convergence as well as organizational and cultural convergence of IT and manufacturing organizations.

Ethernet, in particular, has delivered significant benefits for manufacturers. EtherNet/IP, which is unmodified Ethernet, allows you to effectively manage real-time control and information flow throughout the manufacturing and IT enterprise. EtherNet/IP (using the Common Industrial Protocol) allows networks, including motion and safety, to communicate seamlessly on the factory floor along with other common sets of IT capabilities like voice, video, and data.

If you know what you're looking for, browse our EtherNet/IP resources.

If you're a vendor who would like to build EtherNet/IP products, please check out the following resources:


        Data Highway Plus Network


- Data Highway Plus Industrial Local Area Network Overview

- Data Highway Plus PC Interfaces

- Data Highway Plus Compatible Products

- Encompass Partner Products 



       DH-485 Network Overview

- DH-485 Industrial Local Area Network Overview           

- DH-485 PC Interfaces

- Encompass Partner Products





Product Overview

Remote Access Dial-In Kits

 Remote Access Dial-In Kits (9300-RADKIT) let you connect via modem to a remote site's network and/or programmable controller. Once connected, you can monitor the process, collect data, and make program changes remotely.

Rockwell Automation offers Remote Access Dial-In Kits that are designed to provide a standardized modem solution for: SLC, PLC-5, MicroLogix controllers, ControlLogix family, DH+ and DH-485 networks.

Each Remote Access Dial-In Kit offers a complete solution, which includes pre-configured modems, cables, quick-start installation guide, and a tutorial CD.


 Universal Remote I/O Link

- Universal Remote I/O Link Overview

- Universal Remote I/O Interfaces

- Universal Remote I/O Physical Media and Tools

- Encompass Partner Products