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Pico™ Controller

Product Profile

Is it a PLC, or is it a smart relay? The Allen-Bradley Pico controller performs simple logic, timing, counting, and real-time clock operations. Splitting the difference between a timing relay and a low-end PLC, the Pico is ideal for relay replacement applications, simple control applications such as building and parking lot lighting, and applications in which cost is a primary design issue. The Pico was designed with ease-of-use in mind. Pico can be programmed without any special software. All programming and data adjustments can be done via the on-board keypad and LCD display. And it’s flexible. Pico can be either DIN-rail or panel mounted, depending upon the needs of your application. Pico is available, too, in 120V/240V ac and 24V dc versions — all with large 8A relay outputs to drive a wide range of electrical components. And the dc-powered Pico controllers have two inputs that can be used as either dc digital inputs or 0-10V analog inputs, giving you the flexibility to work with a wide variety of input signals. Smaller, simpler applications now require controls with some intelligence. Smart devices continue to replace relays, and controllers continue to become smaller. When looking for a small, inexpensive control solution, look to the Allen-Bradley Pico controller. • Simplicity — Performs basic PLC functions, such as logic, timers and counters. Almost anybody can write simple programs or make data adjustments. • Real-time Clock • Analog inputs for DC controllers • High Current Relay Outputs can eliminate interposing relays — reduced panel space and system cost • Small size — smaller than many relays, saving panel space and system cost

Key Features and Benefits:
• No programming software is required1 — use the on-board LCD display and keypad for all programming and data changes

1 Offline Windows®-based programming software (1760-PICOSOFT) is available at no charge at http://www.ab.com/pico.

22" 58 2. non-condensing UL.22" M4 35.33" 90 3.75 0.177" 47.5 4. User Manual (1760-UM001A-EN-P) 16.640" 75 2.77" 102 4.54" 4.28" 107.02" 110 4.5 1.77" .75 1. Publication 1760-PP001C-US-P — June 2000 http://www.640" 45 1..177" 47.Technical Data Weight Ambient Temperature (operation) Storage Temperature Operating Humidity Standards and regulations Approvals 1760-L12xxx = 7 oz.5 2. CSA.5 1.87" 56.1 for Windows 95/98. Windows NT Pico 1760-CBL-PM02 Pico 1760-MM1 Pico 1760-SIM — — — Pico 1760-MM2 — Getting Results (1760-GR001A-EN-P).25 0. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.54" 4.23" 102 4.02" 110 4.96" M4 16.5 2. CE Pico Models 1760Specification Power Supply Digital Inputs Relay Outputs LCD Display Keypad Real Time Clock Text Display Feature Retentive Data Accessories Software PC to Pico interface cable Memory Module Input/Output Simulator Documentation 10.87" 56.5 0.6 oz. (200 g) 1760-L18AWA = 10.25 0.5 0.ab.423" 50 1.33" 90 3.81" 58 2.97" 1760-L12BWB 24V dc -L12AWA-NC 120/240V ac -L12AWA 120/240V ac -L12AWA-ND 120/240V ac 1760-L18AWA 120/240V ac -L12BWB-NC 24V dc (8) 24V dc (2 can (8) 24V dc (2 can also be used as 0 to also be used as 0 to (8) 120/240V ac (8) 120/240V ac (8) 120/240V ac (12) 120/240V ac 10V analog inputs) 10V analog inputs) 4 X X — — X 4 X X X — X 4 X X — — — 4 X X X — — 4 — — X — — 6 X X X X X PicoSoft Version 2. (300 g) -25°C to +55°C (-13°F to +131°F) -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F) 5% to 95%.com/pico © 2000 Rockwell International Corporation All Rights Reserved Printed in USA 45 1.41" 71.28" 1760-L12 Dimensions 1760-L18 Dimensions Pico is a trademark of Rockwell Automation.5 2.