COMPACTLOGIX CONTROLLERS

SELECTION GUIDE

1769-L31 1769-L32C, 1769-L35CR 1769-L32E, 1769-L35E 1768-L43, 1768-L45

Logix Controllers Comparison
1768 CompactLogix
• 16 tasks • Event tasks: consumed tag, EVENT instruction, axis, and motion event triggers

Characteristic
Controller tasks: • Continuous • Periodic • Event

1756 ControlLogix 1756 GuardLogix
• 100 tasks • Event tasks: all event triggers 1756-L55M12: 750 KB 1756-L55M13: 1.5 MB 1756-L55M14: 3.5 MB 1756-L55M16: 7.5 MB 1756-L55M22: 750 KB 1756-L55M23: 1. 5 MB 1756-L55M24: 3.5 MB 1756-L60M03SE: 750 KB 1756-L61: 2 MB 1756-L62: 4 MB 1756-L63: 8 MB 1756-L64: 16 MB 1756-L55M12: none 1756-L55M13: none 1756-L55M14: none 1756-L55M16: none 1756-L55M22: yes 1756-L55M23: yes 1756-L55M24: yes 1756-L6x: CompactFlash • 100 tasks • Event tasks: all event triggers

1769 CompactLogix
• 1769-L35x: 8 tasks • 1769-L32x: 6 tasks • 1769-L31: 4 tasks • Event tasks: consumed tag and EVENT instruction triggers

PowerFlex 700S Phase 2 with 1789 SoftLogix5800 DriveLogix
• 100 tasks • Event tasks: all event triggers, plus outbound and Windows events • 8 tasks • Event tasks: axis and motion event triggers

1756-L61S: 2 MB Standard 1 MB Safety 1756-L61S: 4 MB Standard 1 MB Safety

1789-L10: 2 MB; 1 controller; no motion 1768-L43: 1768-L45: 2 MB 3 MB 1769-L31: 1769-L32x: 1769-L35x: 512 KB 750 KB 1.5 MB 1789-L30: 64 MB; 3 controllers 1789-L60: 64 MB; 6 controllers 1.5 MB

User memory

Nonvolatile user memory

CompactFlash

CompactFlash

CompactFlash

None

CompactFlash

Built-in communication ports

1 port RS-232 serial

1 port RS-232 serial

1 port RS-232 serial

• 1769-L31: 2 RS-232 ports • 1769-L32C, -L35CR: 1 ControlNet port and 1 RS- Depends on personal 232 serial port computer • 1769-L32E, -L35E: 1 EtherNet/IP port and 1 RS232 serial port

• 1 port RS-232 serial

Communication options

• EtherNet/IP • ControlNet • DeviceNet • Data Highway Plus • Remote I/O • SynchLink

• EtherNet/IP (standard and safety) • ControlNet (standard and safety) • DeviceNet (standard and safety) • Data Highway Plus • Remote I/O • SynchLink • ASCII • DF1 full/half-duplex • DF1 radio modem • DH-485 • Modbus via logic 250

• EtheNet/IP • ControlNet • DeviceNet

• EtherNet/IP • ControlNet • DeviceNet

• EtherNet/IP • ControlNet • DeviceNet

• EtherNet/IP • ControlNet • DeviceNet

• ASCII • DF1 full/half-duplex Serial port communication • DF1 radio modem • DH-485 • Modbus via logic Controller connections 250 Per network module: • 100 ControlNet (CN2/A) • 40 ControlNet (CNB) • 256 EtherNet/IP; 128 TCP (EN2x) • 128 EtherNet/IP; 64 TCP (ENBT) Full support • Stepper • Servo via DeviceNet • Analog ac drive SERCOS interface Analog options: • Encoder input • LDT input • SSI input • Relay ladder • Structured text • Function block • SFC

• ASCII • DF1 full/half-duplex • DF1 radio modem • DH-485 • Modbus via logic 250

• ASCII • DF1 full/half-duplex • DF1 radio modem • DH-485 • Modbus via logic 100

• ASCII • DF1 full/half-duplex • DH-485 • Modbus via logic 250

• ASCII • DF1 full/half-duplex • DF1 radio modem • DH-485 • Modbus via logic 100

Network connections

Per network module: • 100 ControlNet (CN2/A) Per network module: • 40 ControlNet (CNB) • 48 ControlNet • 256 EtherNet/IP; 128 • 64 EtherNet/IP; 32 TCP TCP (EN2x) • 128 EtherNet/IP; 64 TCP (ENBT) None • Stepper • Servo via DeviceNet • Analog ac drive SERCOS interface Analog options: • Encoder input • LDT input • SSI input • Relay ladder • Structured text • Function block • SFC Backup via DeviceNet • Stepper • Servo via DeviceNet • Analog ac drive

Per controller: • 32 ControlNet • 32 EtherNet/IP; 32 TCP

Per network module: Per network module: • 48 ControlNet • 32 ControlNet • 128 EtherNet/IP; 64 TCP • 32 EtherNet/IP; 32 TCP

Controller redundancy Simple motion

Backup via DeviceNet • Stepper • Servo via DeviceNet • Analog ac drive

NA • Stepper • Servo via DeviceNet • Analog ac drive SERCOS interface Analog encoder input • Relay ladder • Structured text • Function block • SFC • External routines (developed in C/C++)

NA • Stepper • Servo via DeviceNet • Analog ac drive • 1 full servo • 1 feedback axis

Integrated motion

SERCOS interface

NA

Programming languages

• Relay ladder • Structured text • Function block • SFC

• Relay ladder • Structured text • Function block • SFC

• Relay ladder • Structured text • Function block • SFC

CompactLogix Selection Guide

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Logix Platforms

Allen-Bradley Logix platforms provide a single integrated-control architecture for discrete, drives, motion, process, and safety control. The Logix platforms provide a common control engine, programming software environment, and communication support across multiple hardware platforms. All Logix controllers operate with a multitasking, multiprocessing operating system and support the same set of instructions in multiple programming languages. One RSLogix 5000 programming-software package programs all Logix controllers. And, as part of the Integrated Architecture, all Logix controllers offer the benefits of the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) to communicate via EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, and DeviceNet networks.

Section CompactLogix System Overview CompactLogix Controllers Network Communication Motion Requirements 1769 I/O Modules Power Supplies Mounting View Products Software

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Multiple controllers can communicate across networks and share data. A simple system can consist of a standalone controller with a single bank of I/O modules and DeviceNet communication. Using CompactLogix controllers on EtherNet/IP or ControlNet networks. and motion control requirements. providing a more accurate view of plant operations and more control options than ever before to achieve this integration. POINT I/O. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.03: 1768-L45 controller CompactLogix is designed to provide a Logix solution for medium applications.4 CompactLogix Selection Guide CompactLogix Systems What's New in Version 16. For example. Both ends of the architecture provide a direct link from real-time production information to manufacturing quality or execution systems (and back again). for a full-scale integrated solution. add other networks and motion control. Typically.July 2007 . you have the means to cost-effectively integrate a simple machine or application into a plant-wide control system. these applications are machine-level control applications with I/O requirements. network connectivity. and the PowerFlex 70 drive. such as the Allen-Bradley PanelView Plus operator interface. you can use a CompactLogix 1769-L35E controller to connect a suite of scalable products. In a more complex system.

The 1768 controller has one serial port. Example 1768-L4 x Configuration The 1768 CompactLogix system combines a 1768 backplane for communication and motion support and a 1769 backplane for I/O support. these applications are machine-level control applications that require limited I/O quantities and limited communication capabilities. Typically. and ControlNet communication. EtherNet/IP communication. The 1769-L32E and 1769-L35E controllers offer an integrated EtherNet/IP port.July 2007 . 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. The 1769-L32C and 1769-L35CR controllers offer an integrated ControlNet port.CompactLogix Selection Guide 5 Example 1769-L3 x Configuration The 1769 CompactLogix system provides a Logix solution for low-end to medium applications. The 1769-L31 controller offers two serial ports. The 1768 controller is designed for integrated motion applications and more complex communication requirements than the other CompactLogix controllers. Add 1768 modules for motion control.

• number of points available per module. Determine whether to panel mount or DIN-rail mount the CompactLogix system. • number of modules. Calculate power requirements on the system spreadsheet. • number of I/O points needed.July 2007 . Controller specifications Determine memory requirements 1769-L3x controller placement 1768-L4x controller placement Compatibility Logix system connections page 7 page 8 page 9 page 10 page 12 page 14 page 17 page 19 page 22 page 24 page 26 page 28 page 27 page 27 page 28 page 32 page 39 page 40 Specify a System Step 1 Select the appropriate controller based on: • required controller tasks. Network overview EtherNet/IP specifications 2 Select communication modules. Serial specifications DH-485 specifications 3 Select motion control and drives requirements. See Select controllers. • required controller memory. 7 Select view products. 8 Select software. 5 Select power supplies. Networked motion 4 Select I/O devices. Determine the software products you need to configure and program your application. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. ControlNet specifications DeviceNet specifications Add the number of communication modules to the system spreadsheet. I/O module specifications Wiring systems Place I/O modules 1769 power supply specifications 1768 power supply specifications 1769 CompactLogix dimensions 1768 CompactLogix dimensions RSView software PanelView Plus terminals PanelView CE industrial computers VersaView industrial computers Available software products Programming software Communication software Network configuration software Emulation software page 41 page 43 page 45 page 48 page 51 page 52 page 52 page 52 page 53 page 55 page 56 page 58 page 60 Determine the visualization products that fit your operator interface needs. Motion overview Integrated motion Add the motion module to the system spreadsheet. Use a system spreadsheet to record: • number of points needed. 6 Mount the system. • number of communication cards needed.6 CompactLogix Selection Guide Follow these steps as you specify your CompactLogix system.

common networks. Combined with Compact I/O. the CompactLogix platform is perfect for tackling smaller.Select: A controller with sufficient memory A 1784-CF64 CompactFlash card Replacement batteries for 1769-L3x controllers (no battery needed for 1768-L4x controllers) CompactLogix Controllers The CompactLogix platform brings together the benefits of the Logix platform — common programming environment. Controller application Controller tasks User memory Programming languages Built-in communication ports Communication options Serial port communication 1769-L3x CompactLogix Controllers General purpose Single RPI for all modules • 1769-L35x: 8 tasks • 1769-L32x: 6 tasks • 1769-L31: 4 tasks • Only 1 continuous • Event tasks: consumed tag and EVENT instruction triggers 1769-L31: 512 KB 1769-L32x: 750 KB 1769-L35x: 1.July 2007 . or DeviceNet networks. CompactLogix is ideal for systems that require standalone and system-connected control over EtherNet/IP. with unprecedented power and scalability. common control engine — in a small footprint with high performance. other DF1 or ASCII) • 1769-L32C. 1769-L35E: 1 EtherNet/IP port and 1 RS-232 serial port (DF1 or ASCII) • EtherNet/IP • ControlNet • DeviceNet • ASCII • DF1 full/half duplex • DF1 radio modem • DH-485 • Modbus via logic 1768-L4 x CompactLogix Controllers Integrated motion Select individual RPI for each module • 16 tasks (only 1 continuous) • Event tasks: consumed tag. 1769-L35CR: 1 ControlNet port and 1 RS-232 serial port (DF1 or ASCII) • 1769-L32E. and motion event triggers 1768-L43:2 MB 1768-L45:3 MB Relay ladder Function block diagram Structured text Sequential function block 1 port RS. machine-level control applications.5 MB Relay ladder Function block diagram Structured text Sequential function block • 1769-L31: 2 RS-232 ports (one DF1 only. EVENT instruction. axis.232 serial (DF1 or ASCII) • EtherNet/IP • ControlNet • DeviceNet • ASCII • DF1 full/half duplex • DF1 radio modem • DH-485 • Modbus via logic 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. ControlNet. with or without simple motion.CompactLogix Selection Guide 7 Step 1 .

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CompactLogix Selection Guide

CompactLogix Controllers
Characteristic
Available User Memory (Kbytes) CompactFlash Card Communication Ports

1769-L31
512 KB

1769-L32C
750 KB

1769-L32E
750 KB

1769-L35CR
1.5 MB

1769-L35E
1.5 MB

1768-L43
2 MB

1768-L45
3 MB

• 1784-CF64 64 MB • 1784-CF64 64 MB • 1784-CF64 64 MB • 1784-CF64 64 MB • 1784-CF64 64 MB • 1784-CF64 64 MB • 1784-CF64 64 MB • 1784-CF128 128 MB • 1784-CF128 128 MB • 1784-CF128 128 MB • 1784-CF128 128 MB • 1784-CF128 128 MB • 1784-CF128 128 MB • 1784-CF128 128 MB 1 ControlNet port and 2 RS-232 ports (one DF1 only, other DF1 or 1 RS-232 serial port ASCII) (DF1 or ASCII) 1 EtherNet/IP port and 1 ControlNet port and 1 RS-232 serial port 1 RS-232 serial port (DF1 or ASCII) (DF1 or ASCII) 1 EtherNet/IP port and 1 RS-232 serial port 1 RS-232 port (DF1 or ASCII) 0A 1768 output • 2.8 A @ 5.2V 1769 output • 2.0 A @ 5.2V 1 RS-232 port 0A 1768 output • 2.8 A @ 5.2V 1769 output • 2.0 A @ 5.2V 1.3 A 1769 output • 1.0 A @ 24V 6.3 W • Four 1768 modules • 30 1769 modules NA

Backplane Current (mA) at 5V

330 mA

680 mA

660 mA

680 mA

660 mA

Backplane Current (mA) at 24V Power Dissipation Module Capacity Power Supply Distance Rating

40 mA 2.61 W

40 mA 4.36 W

90 mA 4.74 W 16 1769 modules 4 modules

40 mA 4.36 W 30 1769 modules 4 modules

90 mA 4.74 W 30 1769 modules 4 modules

1.3 A 1769 output • 1.0 A @ 24V 6.3 W • Two 1768 modules • 16 1769 modules NA

Estimate Controller Memory Use
The following equations provide an estimate of the memory needed for a controller. Controller Tasks Digital I/O points Analog I/O points Communication modules Motion axes FactoryTalk alarm instruction FactoryTalk subscriber _____ * 4000 = _____ * 400 _____ * 2600 _____ * 2000 _____ * 8000 = = = = _____ bytes (minimum 1 task)

_____ bytes _____ bytes _____ bytes _____ bytes _____ bytes _____ * 1000 = (per alarm) _____ bytes _____ * = 10000 (per subscriber)

When estimating memory use by communication modules, count all the communication modules in the system, not just those in the local chassis. This includes device connection modules, adapter modules, and ports on PanelView terminals.

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CompactFlash Card
The CompactFlash card offers nonvolatile memory (flash) to permanently store a user program and tag data on a controller. 1784-CF64 has 64 MB of memory. 1784-CF128 has 128 MB of memory.

Controller Battery
The 1769 controller comes with one 1769-BA lithium battery. The 1768 controller does not require a battery. The controller uses internal flash memory to store its program during shutdown. Energy stored in the 1768 power supply maintains controller power long enough to store the program to internal flash memory (not the external CompactFlash card).

1769-L3 x Controller Placement

The controller and I/O modules can be placed to the left and the right of the power supply. As many as eight modules can be placed on each side of the power supply. The CompactLogix controller has a power supply distance rating of 4 modules. The controller must be the leftmost module in the first bank of the system. The maximum configuration for the first bank of a CompactLogix controller is the controller and 3 I/O modules to the left of the power supply and 8 I/O modules to the right of the power supply.

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1769-L3x Local I/O Performance
There is one RPI for the entire 1769 backplane (1...750 ms). As you install modules, the minimum backplane RPI increases. The RPI (request packet interval) defines the frequency at which the controller sends and receives all I/O data on the backplane. Type of Module Considerations 1...4 modules can be scanned in 1.0 ms 5...16 modules can be scanned in 1.5 ms 17...30 modules can be scanned in 2.0 ms some input modules have a fixed 8.0 ms filter, so selecting a faster RPI has no affect full-sized 1769-SDN modules, addional 1.5 ms per module 1769-HSC modules, additional 0.5 ms per module 1769-ASCII modules, minimum of 8 ms per module

Digital and analog (any mix)

Specialty

You can always select an RPI that is slower than listed above. These considerations show how fast modules can be scanned - not how fast an application can use the data. The RPI is asynchronous to the program scan. Other factors, such as program execution duration, affect I/O throughput.

1768-L4 x Controller Placement

Follow these guidelines as you place modules in the 1768 backplane. The 1768 power supply must be the leftmost module in the 1768 backplane. The controller must be the rightmost module in the 1768 backplane.

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1768-L4x Local I/O Performance Configure an individual RPI for each local 1769 I/O module. Use faster RPIs for time critical I/O without impacting overall 1769 I/O performance. Use Immediate Output (IOT) instructions for further reduction in I/O update times. Never put a 1769 power supply in the 1768 system. As many as eight 1769 modules can be attached to the right of the 1768 system. such as motion performance or controller performance. Each additional I/O bank must have its own 1769 power supply. The 1769 I/O connected directly to the 1768 backplane does not need a 1769 power supply. Use the default RPI numbers that the software automatically assigns or select faster RPIs as fast as 1 millisecond.July 2007 . 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. Putting a 1769 power supply in the 1768 system causes the controller to generate a major fault that cannot be cleared until you remove the 1769 power supply. I/O update times do not affect overall 1768 bus performance. Additional 1769 modules must be in additional I/O banks.CompactLogix Selection Guide 11 Follow these guidelines as you place 1769 modules to the right of the 1768 backplane.

To control I/O. DL50 DataLiner message display 2707 DTAM Plus operator interface EtherNet/IP✶ Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No No ControlNet Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No No DeviceNet Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes RS-232 (DF1) Yes Yes Yes‡ No No Yes Yes Yes Yes‡ DH-485 Yes Yes Yes‡ No No Yes No No Yes‡ ✶A non-EtherNet/IP CompactLogix controller requires a 1761-NET-ENI interface to connect to an EtherNet/IP network. use a 1769-SDN scanner to connect the controller to the DeviceNet network.12 CompactLogix Selection Guide Compatibility Control Distributed I/O Modules The CompactLogix controllers can control these distributed I/O modules. For DeviceNet access. This interface is only a messaging bridge. ‡Use PLC/SLC mapping. 800T RediSTATION/RediPA NEL operator module 2706 InView message display 2706 DL40 Dataliner message display 2706 DL. Communicate with Display Devices The CompactLogix controllers can communicate with these display devices. 1769-L35CR ControlNet No Yes Yes No Yes No No No No No Yes Yes No No I/O Modules 1732 ArmorBlock 1734 POINT 1734D POINTBlock 1746 SLC 1756 ControlLogix 1769 Compact I/O 1771 PLC-5 1790 CompactBlock LDX 1791D CompactBlock 1792D ArmorBlock MaXum 1794 FLEX I/O 1797 FLEX Ex‡ 1798 FLEX Armor 1799 Embedded 1769-SDN DeviceNet Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes ✶A non-EtherNet/IP CompactLogix controller requires a 1761-NET-ENI interface to connect to an EtherNet/IP network. 1768-CNBR 1769-L32X.July 2007 . Display Devices 2711P PanelView Plus terminal 6182H VersaView CE computer 2711 PanelView terminal 2711 e PanelView terminal 800E. ‡Insert a 1797-BIC and 1797-CEC module pair to isolate the FLEX Ex I/O modules from the non-intrinsically safe portion of the system. 1769-L35E EtherNet/IP✶ Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No No No Yes Yes No No 1768-CNB. This interface is only a messaging bridge. use either a 1769-SDN scanner (control I/O and send/receive messages) or a 1761-NET-DNI interface (messaging bridge). 1768-ENBT 1769-L32E. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.

or series E.1 or later. ‡The Ethernet PLC-5 processor must be series C. §Use a CIP generic MSG instruction to communicate with the 1203-FM1 SCANport module on a DIN rail that is remote to the controller. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. The remote DIN rail also requires a 1794-ACN(R)15 ControlNet adapter module. 1784-PCIC(S). firmware revision N. firmware revision D or later. The PLC-3 controller requires a 1775-KA module for serial (DF1) communication. For DeviceNet access. ‡Use the generic module configuration to configure the 1203-CN1 module and a CIP generic MSG instruction to communicate with the module.CompactLogix Selection Guide 13 Communicate with Other Controllers The CompactLogix controllers can communicate with these controllers.1 or later. 1784PCC 1784-PCIDS. 1784PCD 1788-CN2DN 1788-EN2DN 1788-CN2FF 1203-CN1 ControlNet module‡ 1203-FM1/FB1 SCANport§ EtherNet/IP✶ Yes NA NA NA Yes NA NA NA ControlNet Yes Yes NA Yes NA Yes Yes NA DeviceNet Yes NA Yes Yes Yes NA NA NA RS-232 (DF1) Yes NA NA NA NA NA NA NA DH-485 Yes NA NA NA NA NA NA NA ✶A non-EtherNet/IP CompactLogix controller requires a 1761-NET-ENI interface to connect to an EtherNet/IP network. 1784-KTCx15.July 2007 . 1784KTCx. This interface is only a messaging bridge. ➤Use a 1747-L55x controller with firmware revision OS501 or later. §The 1785-CNET ControlNet communication interface module must be series A. use either a 1769-SDN scanner (control I/O and send/receive messages) or a 1761-NET-DNI interface (messaging bridge). firmware revision D. ♣The PLC-5. use either a 1769-SDN scanner (control I/O and send/receive messages) or a 1761-NET-DNI interface (messaging bridge). Communication Device 9355 RSLinx software 1784-KTC. and MicroLogix processors appear as I/O points to the Logix controller. series D. The PLC-2 controller requires a 1771-KG module for serial (DF1) communication. Communicate with Other Communication Devices The CompactLogix controllers can communicate with these communication devices. Use the appropriate DeviceNet interface for the controller. In the CompactLogix system. This interface is only a messaging bridge.1 or later. firmware revision E. Controller 1756 ControlLogix 1756 GuardLogix 1768 CompactLogix 1769 CompactLogix 1789 SoftLogix5800 1794 FlexLogix 5720 PowerFlex 700S DriveLogix 1785 PLC-5 1747 SLC 1761 MicroLogix 1762 MicroLogix 1764 MicroLogix 1772 PLC-2 1775 PLC-3 5250 PLC-5/250 EtherNet/IP✶ Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes‡ Yes➤ Yes Yes Yes NA NA No ControlNet Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes§ Yes➤ No No No NA NA No DeviceNet Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes♣ Yes♣ Yes♣ Yes♣ Yes♣ NA NA NA RS-232 (DF1) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes DH-485 Yes Yes Yes No Yes No NA Yes Yes Yes Yes NA NA NA ✶A non-EtherNet/IP controller requires a 1761-NET-ENI interface to connect to an EtherNet/IP network. SLC.

14 CompactLogix Selection Guide How a Logix System Uses Connections A Logix system uses a connection to establish a communication link between two devices. An unconnected message is sent as a single request/response. You indirectly determine the number of connections the controller uses by configuring the controller to communicate with other devices in the system. On a ControlNet network. Other scheduled connections include connections to: communication devices.July 2007 . controller to remote I/O (rack-optimized) modules. Connections can be: controller to local I/O modules or local communication modules. controller to remote I/O or remote communication modules. An unconnected message is a message that does not require connection resources. An unscheduled connection is a message transfer between controllers that is triggered by the requested packet interval (RPI) or the program (such as a MSG instruction). produced/consumed tags. which is the requested packet interval (RPI). For example. Unscheduled connection • Deterministic • Used by both ControlNet and EtherNet/IP networks Unconnected message • Least deterministic 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. produced and consumed tags. Method Scheduled connection • Highest level of determinism • Unique to the ControlNet network Description A scheduled connection is unique to ControlNet communication. All EtherNet/IP connections are unscheduled. A scheduled connection lets you send and receive data repeatedly at a predetermined interval. messages. you must use RSNetWorx for ControlNet software to enable all scheduled connections and establish a network update time (NUT). Unscheduled messaging lets you send and receive data when needed. a connection to an I/O module is a scheduled connection because you repeatedly receive data from the module at a specified interval.

1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 . 1768 CompactLogix Connections This communication module 1768-ENBT 1756-EWEB 1768-CNB 1768-CNBR Supports 64 CIP connections 32 TCP/IP connections 48 CIP connections The total connection requirements for a 1768 CompactLogix system include both local and remote (distributed) connections. The available remote connections depend on the network interface.CompactLogix Selection Guide 15 1769 CompactLogix Connections The controller you select determines the connections for I/O and messages. This controller 1769-L32C 1769-L35CR 1769-L32E 1769-L35E Supports 32 CIP connections 32 CIP connections 32 TCP/IP connections The total connection requirements for a 1769 CompactLogix system include both local and remote (distributed) connections. The controller supports 100 connections. The controller supports 250 connections. The available remote connections depend on the network interface.

The 1769-L3x controller supports 100 connections.July 2007 . Connections per Total Device Quantity Device Connections 0 or 1 1 0 or 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 Determine Total Connection Use Connection Type Remote Ethernnet/IP communication module configured as a direct (none) connection configured as a rack-optimized connection Remote I/O module over EtherNet/IP network (direct connection) Remote ControlNet communication module configured as a direct (none) connection configured as a rack-optimized connection Remote I/O module over ControlNet network (direct connection) Remote device over DeviceNet network (accounted for in rack-optimized connection for local 1769-SDN module) Produced tag Each consumer Consumed tag Message RSLinx Enterprise subscriber (16 maximum) Total 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. the 1768-L4x controller supports 250 connections.16 CompactLogix Selection Guide The total connection requirements for a CompactLogix system include both local and remote (distributed) connections. The available remote connections depends on the network interface.

and troubleshooting.Select: Networks Communication interfaces Associated cables and network equipment Network Communications NetLinx Open Network Architecture is the Rockwell Automation strategy of using open networking technology for seamless. so they speak a common language and share a universal set of communication services. The NetLinxbased networks – DeviceNet. programming. work-cell coordination.July 2007 . high-speed access to plant-floor data from a broad range of plant-floor devices and a significant reduction in wiring. seamlessly integrates all the components in an automation system from a few devices on one network to multiple devices on multiple networks including access to the Internet – helping you to improve flexibility. high-speed control devices to share the information required for supervisory control. The DeviceNet network offers low-cost. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. and EtherNet/IP – all use the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP). ControlNet. reduce installation costs. top-floor to shop-floor integration. part of the Integrated Architecture. off-the-shelf Ethernet equipment and physical media. The ControlNet network allows intelligent. operator interface.CompactLogix Selection Guide 17 Step 2 . The EtherNet/IP network is an open industrial-networking standard that supports implicit and explicit messaging and uses commercial. and increase productivity. remote device configuration. NetLinx architecture.

without interfacing them through I/O modules • Data sent as needed DeviceNet network • More diagnostics for improved data collection and fault detection • Less wiring and reduced start-up time than a traditional. and control on a single. high-speed network • Time-critical applications with no established EtherNet/IP network schedule • Data sent regularly • Internet/Intranet connection • Deterministic and repeatable data delivery • Redundant media • Intrinsic safety • Internet/Intranet connection • 1769-L32E controller • 1769-L35E controller • 1768-ENBT scanner • 1768-EWEB interface ControlNet network • 1769-L32C controller (nonredundant media) • 1769-L35CR controller (redundant media) • 1768-CNB scanner (nonredundant media) • 1768-CNBR scanner (redundant media) • Connections of low-level devices directly to plant floor controllers. data collection. Select a CompactLogix controller with integrated communication or the appropriate communication device for the networks that meet your needs.July 2007 .18 CompactLogix Selection Guide Available Networks You can configure your system for information exchange between a range of devices and computing platforms and operating systems. hard-wired system • Modems • Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) • Manipulate ASCII data • Connections to existing DH-485 networks • 1769-SDN scanner • 1769-ADN adapter Serial network • Built-in serial port on the controller • 1769-ASCII module Built-in serial port with a 1761-NET-AIC DH-485 network 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. Use this network 1769-L3 x controller 1768-L4x controller If your application requires • Plant management • Configuration.

Rate 1768-ENBT 10/100 MB 1768-EWEB 1769-L32E 10/100 Mbps 1769-L35E Connections Supported. Group A. Division 2. Max.38 W Backplane Current (mA) at 5V 834 mA Backplane Current (mA) at 24V 0 mA Power Supply Distance Rating NA integrated controller port 4. No. and other certifications details. Select an EtherNet/IP Interface Select the appropriate controller and EtherNet/IP interface depending on the application and how the controller interacts with the devices. The 1768-L4x controllers support a maximum of two 1768 communication modules per controller. D). 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. B. Power Dissipation p 4.CompactLogix Selection Guide 19 EtherNet/IP Network The Ethernet Industrial (EtherNet/IP) network protocol is an open industrial-networking standard that supports both real-time I/O messaging and message exchange.July 2007 . • 32 Logix connections (I/O and information).com for Declarations of Conformity. If your application • Controls I/O modules • Requires an adapter for distributed I/O on EtherNet/IP links • Communicates with other EtherNet/IP devices (messages) • Bridges EtherNet/IP links to route messages to devices on other networks • Requires remote access via an internet browser to tags in a local chassis • Supports custom Web pages • Bridges EtherNet/IP links to route messages to devices on other networks Select for a 1769-L3x controller Select for a 1768-L4 x controller 1769-L32E or 1769-L35E controller with integrated EtherNet/IP port 1768-ENBT scanner module NA 1768-EWEB EtherNet/IP Interface Specifications Number of Modules per Controller two 1768 modules per controller Communication Cat. It emerged due to the high demand for using the Ethernet network for control applications. C-Tick See the Product Certifications link at http://ab. Each module supports a maximum of: • 64 Logix (CIP) connections (I/O and information).74 W 660 mA 90 mA 4 modules Certifications: c-UL-us (Class I. CE. C. The EtherNet/IP network uses off-the-shelf Ethernet communication chips and physical media. • 32 TCP/IP connections. The EtherNet/IP network provides excellent drive and I/O control performance along with HMI information processing and many commercial technologies. Certifications. Each module ports a maximum of: • 32 TCP/IP connections.

1769-L35E EtherNet/IP Configuration 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.20 CompactLogix Selection Guide Example 1769-L32E.July 2007 .

July 2007 .CompactLogix Selection Guide 21 Example 1768-L43 EtherNet/IP Configuration 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.

If your application uses Single media Redundant media Select for a 1769-L3 x controller 1769-L32C controller with integrated ControlNet port 1769-L35CR controller with integrated ControlNet port Select for a 1768-L4x controller 1768-CNB scanner module 1768-CNBR scanner module ControlNet Interface Specifications Communication Cat. and other certifications details. I/O updates and controller-to-controller interlocking always take precedence over program uploads and downloads and messaging. B. C.July 2007 . Division 2. 48 connections Power Dissipation 5. The ControlNet network uses the proven Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) to combine the functionality of an I/O network and a peer-to-peer network providing high-speed performance for both functions.36 W 680 mA 40 mA 4 modules Certifications: UL. Max. high-throughput applications. Select a ControlNet Interface Select the appropriate controller and ControlNet interface depending on the application and how the controller interacts with the devices. Rate 1768-CNB 1768-CNBR 1769-L32C 1769-L35CR 5 Mbps • Standalone system 5 Mbps • Redundant media 5 Mbps • Standalone system 5 Mbps • Redundant media Connections Supported. Group A. C-Tick See the Product Certifications link at http://ab. Certifications. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.22 CompactLogix Selection Guide ControlNet Network The ControlNet network is an open.com for Declarations of Conformity. D). CSA (Class I. CE. No. repeatable transfers of all mission-critical control data in addition to supporting transfers of non-time-critical data. The ControlNet network gives you deterministic. state-of-the-art control network that meets the demands of real-time.14 W Backplane Current (mA) at 5V V 970 mA Backplane Current (mA) at 24V 1A Power Supply Distance Rating NA 32 connections 4.

1769-L35CR ControlNet Configuration Example 1768-L43 ControlNet Configuration 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.CompactLogix Selection Guide 23 Example 1769-L32C.July 2007 .

E. configure.C. 1769-SDN 1769-ADN/B 1769-ADN/A Communication Rate Power Consumption DeviceNet Power Requirements. or 1769-HSC modules. Select a DeviceNet Interface If your application • Communicates with other DeviceNet devices (I/O and messages) • Requires explicit messaging • Uses the controller as a master or slave • Uses the controller serial port for other communication • Requires higher performance than the 1769-NET-DNI interface • Accesses as many as 30 remote Compact I/O modules • Sends remote I/O data back to a scanner or controller Select 1769-SDN DeviceNet scanner 1769-ADN DeviceNet adapter DeviceNet Interface Specifications Cat.E.E. C-Tick See the Product Certifications link at http://ab. The 1761-NET-DNI is a DeviceNet to serial linking device. 1769-IF4XOF2. Class 2) 90 mA @ 24V dc (+4%) (N.24 CompactLogix Selection Guide DeviceNet Network The DeviceNet network is an open. CSA (Class I. Class 2) 2.com for Declarations of Conformity. low-level network that provides connections between simple industrial devices (such as sensors and actuators) and higher-level devices (such as PLC controllers and computers). 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. CE. (W) at 5V 90 mA @ 11V dc 110 mA @ 25V dc (N. The DeviceNet network uses the proven Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) to provide the control.2 2. C. Group A. and other certifications details.C. B. Certifications. D).C. Class 2) 90 mA @ 24V dc (+4%) (N.5 Power Consumption n (W) at 24V ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ Backplane Current (mA) at 5V 440 mA 450 mA 450 mA Backplane Current (mA) at 24V ⎯ mA ⎯ mA ⎯ mA Power Supply Distance Rating e 4 modules 5 modules 4 modules 125 Kbps 250 Kbps 500 Kbps Certifications: UL.July 2007 . Division 2. and data collection capabilities for industrial devices. The actual network performance depends on the maximum serial port connection speed. Max. No.5 2. 1769-OW16. The series A 1769-ADN adapter does not support the 1769-OA16.

CompactLogix Selection Guide 25 Example 1769-L3 x DeviceNet Configuration L32C CONTROLNET I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O Example 1768-L43 DeviceNet Configuration 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 .

The controller you choose determines the number of serial ports that are available.26 CompactLogix Selection Guide Serial Network Use this DF1 mode Point to point DF1 radio modem DF1 master DF1 slave User mode (ASCII) The serial port is compatible with RS-232 serial communication. DH-485. 1769-L32E 1769-L31 If you connect the controller to a non-isolated port (channel 1) on the controller to a programming workstation. ASCII Channel 0: DF1.July 2007 . Communication between a controller and an ASCII device. install an isolator between the controller and the end device. 1769-L32C 1769-L35E. One possible isolator is the 1761-NET-AIC interface converter. Control of polling and message transmission between the master and each slave using DF1 halfduplex polled protocol. ASCII Channel 1: DF1. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. If you need One serial port Two serial ports Identified as Channel 0 (fully isolated) Channel 0 (fully isolated) Channel 1 (non-isolated) With this protocol DF1. such as a bar code reader. DH-485. The serial port supports the DF1 protocol to communicate with other devices on the serial link. Using the controller as a slave station in a master/slave serial network using DF1 half-duplex protocol. DH-485 Select this controller 1768-L43 1769-L35CR. SCADA applications where controllers exchange data via radio transmission. or ASCII device. modem. For Communication between a controller and other DF1-compatible devices using DF1 full-duplex protocol.

July 2007 . publication CIG-AP129. The controller project is available with RSLogix 5000 Enterprise programming software. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. you connect through the serial port and execute a specific ladder logic routine. For more information. see Using Logix5000 Controllers as Masters or Slaves on Modbus Application Solution.CompactLogix Selection Guide 27 Example Serial Configuration Modbus Support To use Logix5000 controllers on Modbus.

You need a 1761-NET-AIC converter for each controller you want to put on the DH-485 network.28 CompactLogix Selection Guide DH-485 Network On the DH-485 network. Important: Use Logix5000 controllers on DH-485 networks only when you want to add controllers to an existing DH-485 network. The DH-485 connection does support remote programming and monitoring via RSLogix 5000 software. excessive traffic over a DH-485 connection can adversely affect overall performance and can lead to timeouts and loss in RSLogix 5000 configuration performance. DTE connection Port 2 mini-DIN 8 RS-232 connection Use this cable 1747-CP3 or 1761-CBL-AC00 1761-CBL-AP00 or 1761-CBL-PM02 Example DH-485 Configuration 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. To connect to this port Port 1 DB-9 RS-232. However. For new applications with Logix5000 controllers. the controller can send and receive messages to and from other controllers on the network. networks in the NetLinx open architecture are the recommended networks.July 2007 .

CSA (Class I. distributed processing and provides a highly-integrated motion solution.Select: Motion Control Requirements The Logix approach to motion control employs synchronized. point-to-point indexing. Networked motion provides the ability to connect via the DeviceNet network to a singleaxis drive to perform simple. see the Motion Control Selection Guide. or sequential function chart editors. With this controller 1768-L43 You can have • Four axis • Two feedback axis • Six virtual axis • Eight axis • Four feedback axis • Six virtual axis 1768-L45 The SERCOS interface modules can connect to these servo drives. For more information on drives. multi-axis. motors. D). You can communicate directly to a servo drive using a motion interface or over a network. the motor. RSLogix 5000 Enterprise series software supports a comprehensive set of embedded motion instructions that can be programmed using the relay ladder. With a Kinetix system. structured text. program. motors. and accessories (use the Motion Analyzer) Integrated Motion The 1768-L4x controller supports integrated motion. Controller Power Dissipation 1768-M04SE • Two for 1768-L43 • Four for 1768-L45 5. and accessories. This system integrates the drive. synchronized motion. Use the same RSLogix 5000 programming software to configure. The Logix system integrates sequential and motion control to bring unmatched flexibility to machine design and unprecedented efficiency to the manufacturing floor. CE 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. B.04 W r Backplane Current (mA) Backplane Current (mA) at 24V SERCOS Data Rate at 5V 969 mA 0 mA 4 Mbits or 8 Mbits per second Certifications: UL. The Logix architecture supports motion components that work in a wide variety of machine architectures. Group A.July 2007 . publication GMC-SG001. Division 2. The Kinetix integrated-motion solution uses a SERCOS interface module to perform complex. 2099 Kinetix 7000 high-power servo drive 2098 Ultra3000 SERCOS servo drive 1394C SERCOS drive 8720MC spindle Number of Modules per Cat. and commission your application. you reap the full benefit of the integrated architecture because the integration doesn’t stop at the controller. Select a 1768-L4x controller if you have motion control requirements Size the motion application (use the Motion Analyzer) How you want to interface the controller and drives A SERCOS interface module Associated cables Select drives. and even the actuator at a lower cost per axis of motion. You need Ultraware software for drive and indexing configuration. C.CompactLogix Selection Guide 29 Step 3 . No.

Bottom of the SERCOS module Receiver Transmitter Select one of these fiber optic cables to connect the SERCOS interface module to the drive.200 m (3. 3-0 for 3 m.28. 25-5 for 25 m.28. 32-0 for 32 m. 25-0 for 25 m. No. 5-0 for 5 m. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. 50-0 for 50 m. 20-0 for 20 m. DeviceNet No Yes Yes RS-232 Serial Yes No Yes DH-485 Yes No No Each drive has different options you order for its supported communication networks.1 m.. See the appropriate catalog or selection information for a drive to make sure you select the appropriate option when specifying a drive for a specific network. Allen-Bradley offers plastic. Allen-Bradley offers glass.. Specify 1-0 for 1 m. 20-0 for 20 m. 15-0 for 15 m. 0-3 for 0.32 m (3. or 32-0 for 32 m.July 2007 . 2090-SCEPx-x (no jacket) 2090-SCVPx-x (standard jacket) 2090-SCNPx-x (nylon jacket) 2090-SCVGx-x The x-x determines the length in meters. The controller can communicate with these servo drives over these networks.. fiber-optic cable assemblies that come with a standard jacket (polyvinyl chloride) for use in normal environments. 10-0 for 10 m. 10-0 for 10 m. The x-x determines the length in meters.. 5-0 for 5 m.. Description Plastic Fiber-optic Cables 1000 μm plastic simplex fiber-optic cable Transmission range of 1.30 CompactLogix Selection Guide Cables for Use with the SERCOS Interface Modules Both the transmitter and receiver connections use a F-SMA standard plug that conforms to the F-SMA screw type connector. Specify 0-1 for 0. 100-0 for 100 m. 1-0 for 1 m. Cat. 150-0 for 150 m. Networked Motion Drives 1394 GMC drive and control 2098 Ultra3000 DeviceNet servo drive 2098 Ultra5000 intelligent positioning EtherNet/IP No No No Some servo drives are supported through communication interface modules.99 ft). fiber-optic cable assemblies that come in a variety of jackets: • No jacket (chlorinated polyethylene) for use inside an electrical cabinet • A standard jacket (polyvinyl chloride) for use outside of electrical cabinets • A nylon jacket for use in harsh environments Glass Fiber-optic Cables 200 μm glass fiber optic cable Transmission range of 1.3 m. 8-0 for 8 m..17 ft). 8-0 for 8 m.104... 15-0 for 15 m. or 200-0 for 200 m.656.

1769-SG001G-EN-P -. velocity bandwidth > 400 Hz and current loop bandwidth > 1000 Hz. two feedback ports per Kinetix drive. unlimited travel.CompactLogix Selection Guide 31 Example Configuration . and absolute feedback features.3-axis Integrated Motion with Kinetix Servo Drives A 3-axis system with Kinetix drives supports: execution of 4 axes per 1 ms.July 2007 . high resolution.

July 2007 . optional 2094 Line Interface Module (LIM) as the incoming power source for an entire control panel. two feedback ports per Kinetix drive. velocity bandwidth > 400 Hz and current loop bandwidth > 1000 Hz.4-axis Integrated Motion with Kinetix Drives and LIM Interface A 4-axis system with Kinetix drives supports: execution of 4 axes per 1 ms.32 CompactLogix Selection Guide Example Configuration . and absolute feedback features. high resolution. unlimited travel. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.

• An output LED indicates the status of the output signal. motor starters. voltage transients could produce false data. Most output modules have built-in surge suppression to reduce the effects of high-voltage transients. • Optical isolation shields logic circuits from possible damage due to electrical transients. I/O wiring can be routed from beneath the module to the I/O terminals. or motors. Digital I/O Modules Type of Module Description An input module responds to an input signal in the following manner: • Input filtering limits the effect of voltage transients caused by contact bounce and/or electrical noise. All input modules use input filtering. solenoids. • The output driver turns the corresponding output on or off. The terminal block is behind a door at the front of the module. such as push buttons or selector switches.July 2007 . When planning I/O requirements. • Logic circuits process the signal. such as relays. how Compact I/O modules operate. where to place Compact I/O modules. An output module controls the output signal in the following manner: • Logic circuits determine the output status. Additional suppression is especially important if your inductive device is in series with or parallel to hard contacts.CompactLogix Selection Guide 33 Step 1 .Select: I/O modules 1492 wiring system (if you want to use a wiring system instead of the terminal block that comes with module) PanelConnect modules and cables if connecting input modules to sensors 1769-CRLx expansion cables for multiple banks of I/O modules 1769 Compact I/O Modules The 1769 Compact I/O modules can be used as local and distributed I/O for a CompactLogix controller. Use an additional suppression device if an output is being used to control inductive devices. consider: which Compact I/O modules to use. • An input LED turns on or off indicating the status of the corresponding input device. • Optical isolation separates module logic and bus circuits from field power. Input module Output module 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. Each I/O module includes a built-in removable terminal block with finger-safe cover for connections to I/O sensors and actuators. If not filtered. Add a suppression device directly across the coil of an inductive device to reduce the effects of voltage transients caused by interrupting the current to that device and to prolong the life of the switch contacts.

For 240V ac operation use a 15 kΩ.... use a 15 kΩ.5V dc = logic high voltage = OFF-state). Current per Module. TTL input 24V dc.30V dc @ 30 °C (86 °F) 1 ms 10.26. One State Input.5 mA 2. OffState Input.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 8 modules ✶Recommended Loading Resistor . 2W resistor. No. sinking or sourcing 2 mA 1.0 mA at 132V ac✶ 2..To limit the effects of leakage current through solid state outputs.50 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 4. No..26. OnState Input.. ON to Voltage Range OFF 4.25 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 4..4V dc @ 60 °C (140 °F) 10. 1..8V dc = logic low voltage = ON-state. Output Voltage Range Max x 100…240V AC 85. For 120V ac operation.26.26. Max.265 ac @ 47. Min.2…0. 1769-IG16 Number of Inputs 16 Voltage Category/Type.30V dc @ 30 °C (86 °F) 8 ms 10..5 mA 170 mA 8 modules 1769-IQ32T 32 terminated 3 mA 1.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 225 mA 0.63Hz 159.132V ac @ 47..5 mA off-state✶ 2 mA Current.50 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 8.26..25 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 2. Max. 5 mA @ 79V ac 5 mA @ 79V ac 5 mA @ 159V ac Current. Category/Type. 1769-IA8I Number of Inputs 8 individually isolated Current.... 5W resistor. 2..30V dc @ 30 °C (86 °F) 8 ms 10. sinking or sourcing 24V dc.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 1769-OA16 16 100…240V AC 85. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.. 2. 0.0…5.30V dc @ 30 °C (86 °F) 8 ms 10.6 mA on-state✶ 1..4V dc @ 60 °C (140 °F) 20.5 mA Backplane Current (mA) at 5V 90 mA 115 mA 100 mA Power Supply Distance Rating 8 modules 8 modules 8 modules 1769-IA16 16 1769-IM12 12 1769 Compact Digital ac Output Modules Leakage Current.July 2007 ..265 ac @ 47..132V ac @ 47..5 mA 110 mA 8 modules 1769-IQ32 32 24V dc.5 mA 115 mA 8 modules 1769-IQ16F 16 high-speed 24V dc. sinking or sourcing Input Delay Time. No. a loading resistor can be connected in parallel with your load. ON to Category/Type.0 mA at 132V ac✶ 2.5V dc 0.4V dc @ 60 °C (140 °F) 10.. Input Voltage Range OFF 100 or 120V ac 100 or 120V ac 200 or 240V ac 79.5 ms 10..34 CompactLogix Selection Guide 1769 Compact Digital ac Input Modules Input Delay Voltage Time..5. Max.63Hz 2..63Hz 79.7 mA 170 mA 8 modules TTL inputs are inverted (0..60Hz 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms Cat... OffState Input.5 mA at 265V ac Cat. Input 5V dc.. 1769 Compact Digital dc Input Modules Cat....5 mA at 265V ac 0.. Max........5 mA 2. 1769-OA8 Number of Outputs 8 Current per Output. Min. sinking or sourcing 2 mA 1. OffVoltage State Output.265V ac @ 47.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 145 mA 0.4.5.4V dc 8 ms Current..63Hz 2. Power Supply Backplane Current (mA) Distance c at 5V Rating 8 modules 0.4V dc @ 60 °C (140 °F) 10. sinking or sourcing 2 mA 1.5 mA Backplane Current (mA) at 5V 120 mA 105 mA Power Supply Distance Rating 8 modules 8 modules 1769-IQ6XOW4 6 1769-IQ16 16 24V dc.

0 mA @ 26.1 mA @ 26.CompactLogix Selection Guide 35 1769 Compact Digital dc Output Modules Leakage Current.26. Max.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 8....4.2.24 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 0.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 300 mA 6 modules 1769-OB32T 32 terminated 24V dc. TTL output 4.4V dc 1..0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) Current per Module..0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) Backplane Current (mA) at 5V 145 mA Power Supply l Distance Rating 8 modules 1769-OB16 16 24V dc.26.26.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 1.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 1.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 8. sourcing 20..4V dc Current per Output.0 mA @ 26.4V dc 1.4.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 200 mA 8 modules 1769-OV32T 32 terminated 24V dc..0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 220 mA 8 modules 1769-SG001G-EN-P -..0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 0..0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 8..0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 16..0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 4.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 1.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 4.4V dc 1.4V dc 0. sourcing 20.4V dc 0.4V dc 0.4V dc 1. OffState Output. sourcing 20.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 4.26...5.4.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 220 mA 8 modules 1769-OG16 16 5V dc. No.26.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 1.0 mA @ 26. Voltage Output Range 24V dc.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 8.4.4..4V dc 1.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 160 mA 8 modules 1769-OB32 32 24V dc.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 4. Max.38 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 200 mA 8 modules 1769-OV16 16 24V DC.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 4. Outputs 1769-OB8 8 Voltage Category/Type.26.0 mA @ 26. 2.4V dc 0.4V dc 0. sourcing 10. sinking 10.4V dc 0.5V dc ⎯ 0..4V dc Number of Cat.2.July 2007 .4V dc 200 mA 8 modules 1769-OB16P 16 protected 24V dc.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 1.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 8.. 8.0 mA @ 26.0 mA @ 26.26.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 8. u Max 1.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 1. sinking 20. sourcing 20.5.

. Max. 8...2 A Break 0. 0 mA 2... Features include: Individually configurable channels On-board scaling Autocalibration of inputs Selectable input filters Over-range and under-range detection and indication Input modules offer both single-ended or differential inputs High accuracy rating 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.125V dc 5.125V dc 0 mA 0. Volts.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 2.5 A 20 A 125 mA 100 mA 8 modules 1769-OW16 24V dc 0 mA 205 mA 180 mA 8 modules Relay Contact Ratings These ratings apply to the digital contact output modules. Max Output.125V dc Current per Module.75 A 1.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 16 A 1.. Output Range 24V dc 5.0 A ✶Does not apply to the 1769-OW16 module..5 A 15 A 0. Analog I/O Modules Choose from a wide variety of analog.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 125 mA 100 mA 8 modules 1769-OW8I 8 individually isolated 16 24V dc 5.265V ac 5.125V dc 5.5 A 7.265V ac 5. Continuous Amps Amperes Max.July 2007 . Max. Number of Outputs Voltage Category/Ty Voltage pe..0 A 2... and RTS modules. thermocouple..265V ac 5.5 A Cat.265V ac 5.5 A Voltamperes Make 1800 VA 28 VA 28 VA Break 180 VA IEC 947 AC15✶ DC13✶ ⎯ NEMA ICS 2-125 C300 R150 ⎯ 125V dc 1.. OffState Current per Output.0 A Power Backplane Backplane Supply Current (mA) Current (mA) Distance at 5V at 24V Rating 105 mA 50 mA 8 modules 1769-IQ6XOW4 4 1769-OW8 8 24V dc 0 mA 0..36 CompactLogix Selection Guide 1769 Compact Digital Contact Output Modules Leakage Current.... per Point Make 240V ac 120V ac 24V dc 2.22 A 1.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 16 A 1. No.

500.25V dc 0. plus 2 cold junction sensors — — — Thermocouple types: J. alpha=618 10 Ω Copper 604 Ω Nickel-Iron 518 0…150 Ω 0…500 Ω 0…1000 Ω 0…3000 Ω 100 mA 45 mA 8 modules 1769-IT6 6.5V dc -0. B. No.25V dc 0…20 mA 4…20 mA 0…10V dc ±10V dc 0…5V dc 1…5V dc — 4…20 mA 0…20V mA -10…10V dc 0…5V dc 0.. alpha=3916 120 Ω Nickel.. the 24V dc current draw from the bus is 0 mA.25V dc 0…10V dc ±10V dc 0…5V dc 1…5V dc Sensors Supported 1769-IF4 4 — 14 bits (unipolar) — 105 mA 60 mA 8 modules 1769-IF4I 4 individually isolated ⎯ 16 bits (unipolar) ⎯ 145 mA 95 mA 8 modules 1769-IF8 8 ⎯ 16 bits (unipolar) ⎯ 120 mA 70 mA 8 modules 1769-OF2 1769-OF4CI — ⎯ 2 4 current..10V dc 1…5V dc 0…20 mA 4…20 mA ±10.25V dc 0. K. individually isolated 4 voltage. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.5V dc -0. S. alpha=385 100.5V dc -0.CompactLogix Selection Guide 37 1769 Compact Analog Modules Backplane Current (mA) at 5V Backplane Current (mA) at 24V Power Supply Distance Rating Cat.5…10. 500.5…5.5. 200. E. R.5. individually isolated 8 current 14 bits 16 bits (unipolar) — ⎯ 120 mA 145 mA 120 mA✶ 140 mA 8 modules 8 modules 1769-OF4VI ⎯ 16 bits (unipolar) ⎯ 145 mA 75 mA 8 modules 1769-OF8C ⎯ 16 bits (unipolar) ⎯ 145 mA 160 mA 8 modules 1769-OF8V ⎯ 8 voltage 16 bits (unipolar) ⎯ 145 mA 125 mA 8 modules 1769-IF4XOF2 4 2 individually isolated 8 bits plus sign individually isolated — 120 mA 160 mA 8 modules 1769-IR6 6 — Input filter and configuration dependent — 100. alpha=672 120 Ω Nickel. Sign is always positive. C 100 mA ±50mV ±100mV 40 mA 8 modules ✶If the optional 24V dc Class 2 power supply is used. Bits Signal Range 0…20 mA 4…20 mA 0…10V dc ±10V dc 0…5V dc 1…5V dc ±10.. T.5V dc -0.5…5. 1000 Ω Platinum. 1000 Ω Platinum.5…10... N. 200. Number of Inputs Number of Outputs Resolution.5.July 2007 .5.

Backplane Current (mA) at 5V External Power 425 mA 19.38 CompactLogix Selection Guide Specialty I/O Modules Specialty I/O modules are available for more application-specific needs. No. you can remove and replace any I/O module in the system with a 1769-ARM module once you inhibit the removed module in RSLogix 5000 programming software. the output channel is directed to the OFF state. Cat. a general purpose two-channel ASCII interface. sinking input. 1769-ASCII Channel Configuration RS-232. 1769-BOOLEAN Number of Inputs 8 real 8 virtual Number of Outputs 4 Voltage Category/Type. the output is directed to the ON state. XOR. when there is a requirement to activate an output based on an input’s transition. such as material handling and packaging..2V dc 100 mA @ 24V dc Number of Inputs Number of Outputs 4 Power Supply Distance i Rating 4 modules 1769-HSC 2 1769-ARM Address Reserve Module Use a 1769-ARM address reserve module to reserve module slots. Backplane Current (mA) Power Supply Distance Rating Input at 5V 24V dc. 200 characters Backplane Current (mA) at 5V 500 mA Power Supply Distance Rating 4 modules 1769-BOOLEAN Control Module Use the 1769-BOOLEAN module in applications that require repeatability. sourcing output 220 mA 8 modules 1769-HSC High-speed Counter Module Use the 1769-HSC when you need: a counter module that is capable of reacting to high-speed input signals. No. or none.. and RS-422 ASCII devices. Cat. After creating an I/O configuration and user program.July 2007 . or RS-485 Message Length. 1769-ARM Number of Inputs — Number of Outputs — Backplane Current (mA) at 5V 60 mA Power Supply Distance Rating 8 modules 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. If the Boolean expression is false. If the Boolean expression is true. AND. The module provides the communication connections to the ASCII device.2. No. provides a flexible network interface to a wide variety of RS-232. 1769-ASCII Serial Gateway Module The 1769-ASCII module. Cat. to generate rate and time-between-pulses (pulse interval) data. No. Cat.31. as many as 2 channels of quadrature or 4 channels of pulse/count inputs. Max. There are four operators that you can configure as OR. RS-485. RS-422.

1769-SM1 Description Compact I/O to DPI/SCANport Module connects to PowerFlex 7-class drives.CompactLogix Selection Guide 39 Compact I/O to PowerFlex Drives The 1769-SMx modules provide a Compact I/O connection to PowerFlex drives.. The PanelConnect module mounts on the enclosure and creates the correct seal for the entry of the sensor connections. One end of the cable assembly is an RTB that plugs into the front of the I/O module. Cat. DSI: 19. The other end has individually color-coded conductors that connect to a standard terminal block. Use the pre-wired cables that match the I/O module to the IFM. You do not need to seal the opening where the sensor cables enter the enclosure. or wire to those custom connectors.38. I/O module-ready cables.. create custom connectors. other DPIbased host devices. 1667 PanelConnect Modules for Connecting Sensors A PanelConnect module and its sensor connection system connect sensors directly to I/O modules using convenient pre-built cables and connectors. Use the pre-wired cables that match the I/O module to the AIFM. analog interface modules (AIFMs) that provide the output terminal blocks for analog I/O modules. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. and SCANport-based host devices such as 1305 and 1336 PLUS II drives.2 Kbps Modbus RTU: 300. No. Communication Rate DPI: 1925 Kbps or 250 Kbps SCANport: 125 Kbps Backplane Current Backplane Current (mA) at 5V (mA) at 24V 280 mA 60 mA per channel supplied by the DPI/SCANport host l Power Supply Distance Rating 6 modules Compact I/O to DSI/Modbus Module connects to PowerFlex 4-class drives and to 1769-SM2 other Modbus RTU slave devices.4 Kbps 350 mA 0 mA 4 modules 1492 Wiring Systems As an alternative to buying RTBs and connecting the wires yourself.July 2007 . such as PowerFlex 7-class drives with 20-COMM-H RS485 HVAC adapters. you can buy a wiring system of: interface modules (IFMs) that provide the output terminal blocks for digital I/O modules.

That can be in 3 separate banks Considerations Each module uses a set amount of backplane memory. The additional banks are powered by standard 1769 power supplies and connect to the main rack by using standard 1769 expansion cables.July 2007 . End Caps The final I/O bank in the CompactLogix system needs an end cap on the end without the expansion cable. If you add a Second bank Third bank And connect the chassis Right to left Right to right Right to left Right to right Left to left Use this cableς 1769-CRLx 1769-CRRx 1769-CRLx 1769CRRx 1769-CLLx ςWhere x = 1 for 1 ft (305 mm) or 3 for 3. The additional banks are powered by standard 1769 power supplies and connect to the main rack by using standard 1769 expansion cables. In 1769 systems. use expansion cables to connect the banks.40 CompactLogix Selection Guide Place Compact I/O Modules in a CompactLogix System This Controller 1769-L35CR 1769-L35E 1769-L32C 1769-L32E 1769-L31 1768-L43 Supports 30 local modules You can DIN-rail or panel mount the controller and I/O modules. For a Right end cap Left end cap Order 1769-ECR 1769-ECL 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. make sure: each bank needs its own power supply. the distance rating is the number of modules between the specific module and the 1769 power supply. How you orient I/O banks determines which expansion cables you need to connect the I/O banks. the last I/O bank requires an end cap. Expansion Cables If you divide 1769 modules into multiple banks. the distance rating is the number of modules between the specific I/O module and the 1768 controller. The number of local I/O modules supported depends on the controller.28 ft (1 m). 16 local modules 3 separate banks 16 local modules 3 separate banks 1768-L45 30 local modules 3 separate banks Each 1769 I/O module has a distance rating. In a 1768 system. in addition to the data that the module stores or transfers. As many as eight 1769 local modules can be attached to the 1768 backplane. The remaining modules can be in one or two additional I/O banks.

8 A @ 24V 2..0 A @ 24V Inrush Current.0 A @ 5V 0.com for Declarations of Conformity. CSA (Class I. Place 1769 I/O modules to the left or the right of the 1769 power supply.. B.2…31.0 A @ 5V 0. Division 2.0 A @ 5V‡ 2. As many as eight I/O modules can be placed on each side of the power supply.July 2007 . 25 A @ 132V ac 10 Ω source impedance 40 A @ 265V ac 10 Ω source impedance 30 A @ 31.CompactLogix Selection Guide Step 5 .2V dc Line Loss Ride Overvoltage Through Protection 10 ms…10 s Compact 124/240V 1769-PA2 ac Expansion Power Supply Compact 24V dc 1769-PB2 Expansion Power Supply Compact 124/240V 1769-PA4 ac Expansion Power Supply Compact 24V dc 1769-PB4 Expansion Power Supply 50 VA @ 24V dc ⎯ 10 ms…10 s For both +5V dc and for +24V dc 5 ms…10 s 200 VA @ 120V ac 240 VA @ 240V ac ⎯ 100 VA @ 24V dc ⎯ 5 ms…10 s Certifications: UL. See the specifications for the module to determine its distance rating. no jumper or DIP switch required).2…32V dc Power Consumption. Each 1769 module also has a power supply distance rating (the number of modules from the power supply).0 A @ 24V§ 4. C. 47…63 Hz 19. Each module must be located within its distance rating. 47…63 Hz 19. D).55°C) 250 mA Cat.Select: 41 For each 1768-Lx controller.0 A @ 5V♣ 2.8 A @ 24V 4. Max. one 1769 power supply Additional 1769 power supplies as needed Power Supplies Select power supplies based on the controller and the number of additional I/O banks. 2000 mA @ 5V (0…55 °C) 2000 mA @ 5V (55…60 °C) 800 mA @ 24V (0…55 °C) 800 mA @ 24V (55…60 °C) ‡4000 mA @ 5V (0…55 °C) 4000 mA @ 5V (55…60 °C) §2000 mA @ 24V (0…55 °C) 1700 mA @ 24V (55…60 °C) ♣4000 mA @ 5V (0…55 °C) 1700 mA @ 5V (55…60 °C) 2000 mA @ 24V (0…55 °C) 2000 mA @ 24V (55…60 °C) 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. Max. and other certifications details. Group A. 24V dc User Power w Capacity (0. For a 1768-L4x controller 1769-L3x controller Select • one 1768 power supply for the controller and 1768 modules • one 1769 power supply for each additional bank of I/O modules • one 1769 power supply for the controller and local I/O • one 1769 power supply for each additional bank of I/O modules 1769 I/O Power Supplies Each 1769-L3x controller and additional bank of I/O modules requires a 1769 power supply. one 1768 power supply For each 1769-Lx controller.2V dc 85…132V ac or 170…265V ac (switch selectable). 100 VA @ 120V ac 130 VA @ 240V ac Current Capacity 2. No. Description Operating Voltage Range 85…265V ac (wide range. CE See the Product Certifications link at http://ab. Certifications.2V dc 25 A @ 132V ac 10 Ω source impedance 40 A @ 265V ac 10 Ω source impedance 30 A @ 31.

42 CompactLogix Selection Guide 1769 Power Requirements and Transformer Sizing 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 .

July 2007 .2V dc 3. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. and other certifications details. • The power supply sends 24V dc to the controller located in slot 0. CSA (Class I. C-Tick See the Product Certifications link at http://ab. CE. D). – 5V and 24V power to 1769 I/O modules on the right side of the controller – 24V power to 1768 modules on the left side of the controller The 1768 modules do not have a distance rating to the 1768 power supply. Division 2. The power supply is a dual input supply that operates in multiple ranges. 50 A @ 85…132V ac 80 A @ 195…265V ac — Overvoltage Protection for both +5V dc and for +24V dc CompactLogix 5V/24V ac 85…265V ac Input Non-Redundant 108…132V dc Power Supply for 1768-PB3 CompactLogix Systems 16. For the 1769 I/O modules in the 1768 system...55°C) Inrush Current.31.. Power Consumption. The CompactLogix power supply requires that a 1768 CompactLogix controller be installed to power the system. 1768-PA3 Description Operating Voltage Range Backplane Current 24V dc User Power Capacity o (0.CompactLogix Selection Guide 43 1768 Power Supplies The 1768 backplane requires one 1768 power supply. B. Max. the distance rating is from the controller and not the 1768 power supply.. 118 W 112 W Cat. Group A.com for Declarations of Conformity. The power supply also offers a 24V dc external power source. • The controller converts the 24V dc to 5V dc and 24V dc and distributes it as needed. Certifications.8. C.5A @ 24V dc 250 mA • 24V dc to 1768 side • 5V and 24V dc to 1769 ⎯ side Certifications: UL. No. Max.

44 CompactLogix Selection Guide 1768 Power Requirements and Transformer Sizing 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 .

Select: 45 Panel mount or DIN rail mount Appropriate number of panels or DIN rails based on the number of modules and the physical location One end cap per controller system Mounting You can panel mount or DIN-rail mount a CompactLogix system. panel-mount screw hole containing the ground strap.55mm DIN rails (A-B part number 199DR1. 35 x 7. The DIN rails for all CompactLogix system components must be mounted on a common. The CompactLogix system must be mounted so that the modules are horizontal to each other. steel DIN rail.July 2007 . 46277-3. EN 50022). If you decide to use a DIN rail. conductive surface to be sure of proper electromagnetic interference (EMI) performance.CompactLogix Selection Guide Step 6 . use steel. 1769 CompactLogix Dimensions 1769-L3x Minimum Spacing Requirements 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. Ground a CompactLogix system through the: non-coated.

46 CompactLogix Selection Guide Single 1769 Slot Dimensions One-and-a-half 1769 Slot Dimensions 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 .

CompactLogix Selection Guide 47 1769 CompactLogix Dimensions 1769 Power Supply Dimensions 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 .

48 CompactLogix Selection Guide 1768 CompactLogix Dimensions 1768-L4 x Minimum Spacing Requirements 1768 Slot Numbering 1768 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 2 Slot 1 Slot 0 1769 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 .

CompactLogix Selection Guide 49 Single 1768 Slot Dimensions 1768 CompactLogix Dimensions 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 .

50 CompactLogix Selection Guide 1768 Power Supply Dimensions 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 .

Windows 2000/XP. RSView Studio 9701-VWSTENE 9701-VWSTMENE 9701-VWMR015AENE RSView Machine Edition 9701-VWMR030AENE 9701-VWMR075AENE 9701-VWSCWAENE 9701-VWSCRAENE 9701-VWSS025AENE 9701-VWSS100AENE RSView Supervisory Edition 9701-VWSS250AENE 9701-VWSS000AENE 9701-VWB025AENE 9701-VWB100AENE 9701-VWB250AENE 9701-VWSB000AENE Description RSView Studio for RSView Enterprise Series RSView Studio for Machine Edition RSView ME Station runtime for Windows 2000.July 2007 . and PanelView Plus solutions). feel. Any changes made to these referenced tags are automatically inherited by RSView software. It provides a consistent operator interface across multiple platforms (including Microsoft Windows CE. RSView Studio software lets you create applications in a single design environment. you can reference existing Logix data tags. and navigation to help speed HMI application development and training time. RSView Enterprise Series Products Cat. VersaView CE. and PanelView Plus applications. make up the RA Integrated Architecture strategy. RSView Machine Edition (ME) software is a machine-level HMI product that supports both open and dedicated operator interface solutions. PanelView Plus operator interface. With RSView Enterprise Series 3. This highly scalable architecture can be applied to a standalone. one-server/one-user application or to multiple users interfacing with multiple servers.CompactLogix Selection Guide Step 7 . RSView Supervisory Edition (SE) software is an HMI software for supervisory-level monitoring and control applications. RSView Machine Edition. The visualization strategy combines RA expertise in Allen-Bradley electronic operator interface and industrialized personal computer hardware with Rockwell Software supervisory control software. PanelView Plus CE operator interface. It has a distributed and scalable architecture that supports distributed-server/multi-user applications. Current visualization products include: RSView Enterprise Series software.0. 15 displays RSView ME Station runtime for Windows 2000. 75 displays RSView SE client RSView SE view client RSView SE server 25 displays RSView SE server 100 displays RSView SE server 250 displays RSView SE server unlimited display RSView SE station 25 displays RSView SE station 100 displays RSView SE station 250 displays RSView SE station unlimited display 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. together with Logix for control and NetLinx architecture for communication. It supports editing and reusing projects for improved portability between embedded machine and supervisory HMI systems. VersaView industrial computers and monitors. It configures RSView Supervisory Edition. RSView Enterprise Series Software RSView Enterprise Series software from Rockwell Software is a line of HMI software products designed with a common look. and is ideal for monitoring and controlling individual machines or small processes. 30 displays RSView ME Station runtime for Windows 2000.Select: 51 RSLinx Enterprise software Operator interface terminal or computer View Products Visualization products. No.

VersaView products offer effortless management of changing technology. comprised of integrated display computers. PanelView Plus terminals combine the best features from the popular Allen-Bradley PanelView Standard and PanelView e operator-interface products and adds new functionality. which means maximum reliability on the plant floor. allowing operators to quickly understand the status of their application. and flat panel monitors. Multi-vendor communication Trending Expressions Data logging Animation RSView Studio software direct browsing of RSLogix 5000 addresses PanelView Plus CE Terminal PanelView Plus CE products offer open Windows CE terminals in Windows desktop environments. information processing. control. a rugged but cost-effective design.52 CompactLogix Selection Guide PanelView Plus Terminal The PanelView Plus terminal is ideal for applications that need to monitor. VersaView Industrial Computers and Monitors VersaView products are a family of industrial computer and monitor solutions. non-display computers. It is a high performance computer with a CompactFlash drive and integrated RSView Machine Edition runtime (no activation required). All VersaView products provide the latest industrial solution available. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. control. Easy to set up and maintain.July 2007 . and no moving parts. bringing together features of operator interfaces and industrial computers. workstations. There’s no hard disk. no fan. PanelView Plus terminals come with RSView Studio software and have embedded RSView Machine Edition software functionality. optimized for visualization. offering high functionality in an easy to use package. and easier product configuration. and maintenance application. PanelView Plus CE products provide an open system that’s rugged and economical. and display information graphically.

CompactLogix Selection Guide 53 Step 8 . 9324 series (RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software) or 9324-RLD300NXENE (RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software plus RSNetWorx option) RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software EtherNet/IP interface (set the IP address) RSLinx software or BOOTP/DHCP server utility to set IP addresses (RSLinx Lite and BOOTP server come with RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software) optional RSNetWorx for EtherNet/IP optional 9357-ENETL3 (RSNetWorx for software EtherNet/IP) (comes with the standard/RSNetWorx option of RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software) 9324-RLD300NXENE (RSLogix 5000 Enterprise RSNetWorx for ControlNet software Series software plus RSNetWorx option) (comes with the standard/RSNetWorx option or of RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software) 9357-CNETL3 (RSNetWorx for ControlNet) 9324-RLD300NXENE (RSLogix 5000 RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software Enterprise Series software plus RSNetWorx (comes with the standard/RSNetWorx option option) of RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software) or 9357-DNETL3 (RSNetWorx for DeviceNet) RSLinx software 9324 series (RSLinx Lite comes with RSLogix 5000 (RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software) Enterprise Series software) RSLogix Emulate 5000 software 9310-WED200ENE ControlNet interface DeviceNet interface Communication card in a workstation Logix-based system to emulate 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.July 2007 . If no motion. You need Order 9324 series (RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software) Use Lite Edition or higher to support motion. you can use the Service Edition or Mini Edition.Select: The appropriate package of RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software and any options Other software packages for your application An appropriate operator interface If you have CompactLogix controller SERCOS motion interface (1768 controller only) Software Your selection of modules and network configuration determines what software packages you need to configure and program your system.

motion control. With RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software. RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series Software Requirements Description Personal computer Value Pentium II 450 MHz min Pentium III 733 MHz (or better) recommended Supported operating systems: • Microsoft Windows XP Professional version 2002 (with Service Pack 1 or 2) or XP Home version 2002 • Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional with Service Pack 1. function block diagram.54 CompactLogix Selection Guide Programming Software RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software is designed to work with Logix5000 controller platforms. you need only one software package for sequential. 2. Create your own instructions by encapsulating a section of logic in any programming language into an add-on instruction. RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software is an IEC 61131-3 compliant software package that offers relay ladder.July 2007 . RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software also includes axis configuration and programming support for motion control. and safety programming. process. and sequential function chart editors for you to develop application programs. structured text. or 3 • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 128 MB of RAM min 256 MB of RAM recommended 100 MB of free hard disk space (or more based on application requirements) 256-color VGA graphics adapter 800 x 600 min resolution (True Color 1024 x 768 recommended) Software requirements RAM Hard disk space Video requirements 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. drive.

July 2007 . RSNetWorx for ControlNet software is 9357-CNETL3. FR=French. As of RSLogix 5000 programming software. As of RSLogix 5000 programming software. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. §A multiple language editor package is available as 9324-RLDMLPE.9324RLD000xxE ♠ RLD200 xxE All♠ Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Upload/download Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Full support CompactLogix FlexLogix Full support Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Upload/download NA Upload/download Full support Lite Edition 9324RLD250 xxE CompactLogix FlexLogix Full support Full support Full support Full support Upload/download NA Full support Full support Standard Edition 9324RLD300 xxE All Full support Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Upload/download Upload/download and view Full support Full support Available separately Available separately Available separately Included Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Included Included NA Included Included Included Included Included Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately NA Included Included Included Included Lite included Available separately Available separately Available separately Included Included Included Included Included Lite included Included Included Included Included Lite included Included Included Included Included Lite included Included Included Included Included OEM included Available separately NA Included Included Included Included Lite included Included Included Included Included Lite included Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Included Available separately Included Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Included Included Included Included Included To Standard: 9324RLD0U3xxE To Full: 9324RLD0U6xxE To Professional: 9324-RLD0U7xxE Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Included To Standard: 9324RLD2U3xxE To Professional: 9324-RLD2U7xxE To Full: 9324RLD25U6xxE To Professional: 9324-RLD25U7xxE Node Locked to Concurrent License: 9324-RLD6U6FxxU To Professional: 9324-RLD6U7xxE Upgrades To Full: Multilanguage pack NA NA Replace xx in the catalog number with the appropriate language designation: ZH=Chinese. version 15. RSNetWorx for EtherNet/IP software is 9357-ENETL3. They are available together as 9357-ANETL3. and structured text editors. ‡Full Edition supports controllers running firmware revision 10 and later. RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software is 9357-DNETL3. EN=English.RLD700NXxxE RLD600xxF All Full support Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Upload/download and view Upload/download Upload/download and view Full support Full support Included All‡ Full support Full support Full support Full support Included Included Full support Full support Included All Full support Full support Full support Full support Included Included Full support Full support Included Included Included Available Features Logix5000 controllers supported Relay ladder diagram editor§ Function block diagram editor 9324-RLDFBDENE Sequential function chart editor 9324-RLDSFCE Structured text editor 9324-RLDSTXE PhaseManager 9324-RLDPME GuardLogix Safety 9324-RLDGLXE Highly integrated motion Graphical trending DriveExecutive Lite 9303-4DTE01ENE PIDE autotune 9323-ATUNEENE RSMACC audit support FuzzyDesigner 9324-RLDFZYENE RSLogix Emulate 5000 9310-WED200ENE Logix CPU security Routine source protection RSMACC (security server) client Standalone security server RSLinx Classic software RSNetWorx for ControlNet software RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software RSNetWorx for EtherNet/IP software RSLogix Architect 9326-LGXARCHENE FBD ActiveX faceplates Tag data upload/download RSLogix 5000 project compare Tag custom data monitor RSView demo (50 tags/2 hours) Service Mini Edition Edition 9324. JP=Japanese.Concurrent Edition 9324RLD300NXxxE License 9324. KO=Korean.CompactLogix Selection Guide 55 Select the RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series Software Package Full Edition: Node Locked 9324Standard/ RLD600 xxE NetWorx Professional Edition 9324. It contains the function block. The multiple language editor package (9324-RLDMLPE) is not the same as an upgrade. PT=Portuguese. version 16. DE=German. and ES=Spanish. ♠Service Edition supports controllers running firmware revision 12 and later. but it extends the programming languages to match those in a Full package. IT=Italian. sequential function chart.

RSLinx Software RSLinx Software Requirements Description Personal computer Value Pentium100 MHz processor (faster processors will improve performance) Supported operating systems: • Microsoft Windows XP • Microsoft Windows 2000 • Microsoft Windows NT version 4. RSLinx software can support multiple software applications simultaneously. You can communicate from anywhere to anywhere using RSLinx software. and RSLogix 5000. RSLinx software. several open interfaces are provided for third-party HMI. RSLinx Lite software comes bundled with controller programming software packages.July 2007 . RSView Machine Edition software iincluding PanelView Plus and VersaView hardware platforms. In addition. RSLogix 500. RSLinx Enterprise software currently can support working as a data server for widely distributed RSView Supervisory Edition products.x. communicating to a variety of devices on many different networks. a new product within the RSLinx family that provides unparalleled connectivity to Logix processors.0 with Service Pack 3 or greater • Microsoft Windows ME • Microsoft Windows 98 32 MB of RAM min 64 MB or more of RAM recommended 35 Mbytes of free hard disk space (or more based on application requirements) 16-color VGA graphics display 800 x 600 or greater resolution Operating system RAM Hard disk space Video requirements In most cases. RSSql. and RSSql/RSBizWare software. RSView Enterprise Series. and RSView Supervisory Edition Station software. RSView32. You can also download RSLinx Lite for free from the Software Updates link on the Get Support Now website at http://support. is now joined by RSLinx Enterprise software.56 CompactLogix Selection Guide RSLinx software is a complete communication server providing plant-floor device connectivity for a wide variety of software applications such as RSLogix 5. data collection and analysis packages. RSBizWare Historian.rockwellautomation. and RSBizWare PlantMetrics applications. version 2. and custom client-application software.com 1769-SG001G-EN-P -.

CompactLogix Selection Guide 57 Select the RSLinx Software Package Cat.July 2007 . 9355-WABSNENE 9355-WABOEMENE 9355-WABENE 9355-WABGWENE 9355-WABCENE 9355-RSLETENE RSLinx Products RSLinx Lite RSLinx Single Node RSLinx OEM RSLinx Professional RSLinx Gateway RSLinx SDK RSLinx Enterprise 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. No. Available only bundled with other products such as RSLogix software products.

1769-SG001G-EN-P -. as well as the bandwidth used by each network component. DeviceNet software to configure DeviceNet I/O devices and create a scan list. You must have RSNetWorx software to configure and schedule ControlNet networks.58 CompactLogix Selection Guide Network Configuration Software RSNetWorx software is the configuration tool for your control network.July 2007 . With RSNetWorx software you can create a graphical representation of your network configuration and configure the parameters that define your network. The DeviceNet scanner stores the configuration information and scan list. The software automatically calculates network bandwidth for the entire network. Use RSNetWorx software for: ControlNet software to schedule network components. EtherNet/IP software to configure EtherNet/IP devices using IP addresses or host names.

RSNetWorx software comes bundled with controller programming software packages. to use RSNetWorx software online RSLinx Lite software. online help.4 or later..4 or later. and hardware files) Operating system RAM Hard disk space 16-color VGA graphics adapter Video requirements 640 x 480 resolution minimum 800 x 600 resolution recommended Other RSLinx Lite software.0 with Service Pack 6 or later • Microsoft Windows ME • Microsoft Windows 98 32 MB of RAM min More memory is required for large networks Minimum: 108 MB (includes program and hardware files) Minimum: 115 MB (includes program and hardware files) Minimum: 190 MB (includes program and hardware files) Full support: 115.July 2007 .125 MB (includes program. online Full support: 168.. version 2. 9357-CNETL3 9357-DNETL3 9357-ENETL3 9357-ANETL3 9357-CNETMD3E 9357-DNETMD3E 9357-ENETMD3E 9357-ANETMD3E Description RSNetWorx Software for ControlNet RSNetWorx Software for DeviceNet RSNetWorx Software for Ethernet/IP RSNetWorx Software for ControlNet.41 or later. online Full support: 230. Includes DriveExecutive Lite RSNetWorx with MD for DeviceNet RSNetWorx with MD for Ethernet RSNetWorx with MD for ControlNet. tutorial. and hardware files) help.CompactLogix Selection Guide 59 RSNetWorx Software Requirements Description EtherNet/IP Value ControlNet Value DeviceNet Value Personal computer Intel Pentium or Pentium-compatible computer Supported operating systems: • Microsoft Windows XP • Microsoft Windows 2000 • Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Server • Microsoft Windows NT version 4. Ethernet/IP and DeviceNet RSNetWorx with MD for ControlNet. No. and hardware files) help... Select the RSNetWorx Software Package Cat. version 2.565 MB (includes program.. and Ethernet/IP 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. tutorial. version 2. tutorial.. to use RSNetWorx software online In some cases. to use RSNetWorx software online RSLinx Lite software.193 MB (includes program. DeviceNet.

and also vary the execution speed of the emulator. RSLogix Emulate 5000 Software RSLogix Emulate 5000 Requirements Description Personal computer Value IBM-compatible Intel Pentium II 300 MHz or Celeron 300A (Pentium III 600 MHz recommended) Supported operating systems: • Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 1or greater • Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 2 or greater • Microsoft Windows NT version 4. You can also set trace points to trace application program tags and set break points to halt program execution at predetermined locations. lets you run and debug your application code while at your computer. or select a specific block of rungs to emulate. RSLogix Emulate 5000 software supports all the programming languages (ladder diagram. RSLogix Emulate 5000 software does not allow for control of real I/O. 1769-SG001G-EN-P -. function block diagram. ladder logic scanning options. developed in RSView software for example. Selecting a block of rungs lets you isolate a particular section of the program for testing purposes.0 with Service Pack 6A or greater 128 MB of RAM min 50 MB of free hard disk space 16-color VGA graphics display 800 x 600 or greater resolution Operating system RAM Hard disk space Video requirements RSLogix Emulate 5000 software includes RSTestStand Lite software. Use RSLogix Emulate software for: troubleshooting. You can set tracepoint and breakpoint instructions (ladder diagram only) in your application code. Stop the process whenever a selected rung goes true. RSLogix Emulate 5000 software. Scan your ladder logic continuously. one program scan at a time.July 2007 . RSTestStand Lite software lets you create virtual operator consoles that can help test your application code. RSLogix Emulate 5000 software lets you test HMI screens. rung-by-rung. RSLogix Emulate 5000 and RSTestStand Lite software are included with RSLogix 5000 Professional software. effectively freezing the process at the instant that any error occurs.60 CompactLogix Selection Guide RSLogix Emulate 5000 software (9310-WED200ENE) is the emulation package for the Logix5000 controllers. use traces. and sequential function chart). structured text. RSTestStand Lite software can be upgraded to the standard version by ordering catalog number 9310-TSTNDENE. used in conjunction with RSLogix 5000 software. without the need to connect to a real controller. In addition.

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