MicroLogix - One Family of Small Logic Controllers for Every Application and Budget (Publication # 1761-BR006D-EN-P)

MicroLogix - One Family of Small Logic Controllers for Every Application and Budget (Publication # 1761-BR006D-EN-P)
MICROLOGIX
MICROLOGIX
ONE FAMILY OF SMALL LOGIC CONTROLLERS FOR
EVERY APPLICATION AND BUDGET
MICROLOGIX
POWER. PERFORMANCE. PEACE OF MIND.
The MicroLogix Family of Controllers.
Today’s marketplace is more competitive than ever. Thriving in such an environment means
using the best tools and technologies the world has to offer. All over the globe, companies
requiring compact controllers look to the Allen-Bradley MicroLogix family of controllers from
Rockwell Automation.
1000
1100
1200
1500
With four controller versions to choose from,
you’ll find a wide variety of features to suit most
applications.
All MicroLogix controllers provide:
Communicate with Ease
• At least one built-in enhanced RS-232C port
supporting DF1 Full-Duplex, DF1 Half-Duplex
Master and Slave, and DH-485 protocols
No matter what your communication
requirements are, we’ve got you covered. From
our newest MicroLogix 1100 controller with
embedded EtherNet/IP to a wide range of
network interface devices, finding the right
controller to fit your communication need is easy.
• Communication with personal computers,
operator interfaces, other PLCs and more
through DeviceNet and Ethernet, as well as
through open point-to-point and SCADA
protocols
• In addition, the MicroLogix 1100, 1200 and
1500 provide:
• Embedded Modbus RTU Master and
RTU slave protocol
• Full ASCII (read/write) capability
• The MicroLogix 1100 provides a built-in
EtherNet/IP port for peer-to-peer messaging
• The MicroLogix 1200R and MicroLogix 1500 LRP
offer an additional port
Expand your I/O horizons
With a wide range of I/O capabilities – from
embedded to modular – MicroLogix controllers
combine high-speed embedded I/O with the
flexibility and expandability of expansion I/O for
just the right amount of points for any
application. And with the MicroLogix 1200 and
MicroLogix 1100 controllers, take advantage of
the convenience of using the same 1762
expansion I/O modules.
Relax. You’re with Rockwell
Automation
Don’t forget, these controllers bear the
Allen-Bradley name – a trusted brand name in
industrial automation for over a century. With
Rockwell Automation you’re guaranteed:
• Strict quality standards
• Latest technological advances
• Global capability, local supply
• Unmatched customer service
• Peace of mind
Get world-class service and
support
Customer satisfaction is built into every product
that Rockwell Automation offers. In addition to
worldwide sales and field personnel, thousands
of in-house automation experts ensure customer
support. You’re not locked into one supplier
either. Our referencing program seamlessly
integrates several third-part products and
technologies that complement our own. This
enables you to tap the resources of an even
larger selection of global products and services.
MICROLOGIX
1000
SMALL ON COST. BIG ON CAPABILITY.
Are you looking for a compact and
inexpensive micro controller? You’ll find
what you’re looking for with the
MicroLogix 1000 controllers. These small,
economical programmable controllers
offer several I/O configurations and are
available in 17 different models. With
footprints as small as 120mm x 80mm x 40mm
(4.72” x 3.15” x 1.57”), the MicroLogix
1000 controllers are ideal for tight spaces
that require up to 32 points of I/O. You’ll
get a high-speed controller with advanced
networking capabilities and a full suite of
control solutions.
Benefits
The MicroLogix 1000 micro-PLC can handle a
wide variety of big-time applications at 32 I/O or
below, while using only a fraction of the space of
a full-size controller – at a fraction of the price.
Here are a few reasons why you can choose them
with confidence:
• Preconfigured 1K programming and data
memory to ease configuration (bit, integer,
timers, counters, etc)
• Fast processing allows for typical throughput
time of 1.5 ms for a 500-instruction program
• Built-in EEPROM memory retains all of your
ladder logic and data if the controller loses
power, eliminating the need for battery back-up
or separate memory module
• Multiple input commons allow you to use the
controller for either sinking or sourcing input
devices and multiple output commons provide
isolation in multi-voltage output applications.
• RS-232 communication channel allows for
simple connectivity to a personal computer for
program upload, download and monitoring using
multiple protocols, including DF1 Full-Duplex
• RTU slave protocol support using DF1 HalfDuplex Slave allows up to 254 nodes to
communicate with a single master using radio
modems, leased-line modems or satellite uplinks
• Peer-to-peer messaging capability allows you
to network up to 32 controllers on DH-485
(using a 1761-NET-AIC module)
• Advanced communications networks, including
DeviceNet and EtherNet/IP through the
1761-NET-DNI and 1761-NET-ENI communication
modules
• Controllers that have 24V dc inputs include a
built-in high-speed counter (6.6 kHz)
• Adjustable DC input filters allow you to
customize the input response time and noise
rejection to meet your application needs
• Regulatory agency certifications for world-wide
market (CE, C-Tick, UL, c-UL, including Class 1
Division 2 Hazardous Location)
Flexible I/O technology
Broad input and output specifications provide a
flexible control solution.
• Input options: AC, DC and analog (current or
voltage)
• Output options: relay, TRIAC, MOSFET and
analog (current or voltage)
• Both AC and DC powered controllers are available
Use your MicroLogix 1000 control system to
provide factory floor networking and reduce
production problems. You’ll find the MicroLogix
1000 is ideal for a number of applications: from
water/wastewater and SCADA, to packaging
and material handling.
MICROLOGIX
1100
COMMUNICATE. CONTROL. VISUALIZE.
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. The next
generation controller’s built-in LCD screen
displays controller status, I/O status, and
simple operator messages; enables bit and
integer manipulation; and offers digital trim
pot functionality.
Key Features and Benefits
• Built-in 10/100 Mbps EtherNet/IP port for peerto-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
Additional Features
• One 40kHz embedded high-speed counter
(on controllers with DC inputs)
• Two 40kHz high-speed PTO/PWM
(on controllers with DC outputs)
• Two embedded analog inputs (0-10 DC, 10 bit
resolution)
• A simple operator interface for messages and
bit/integer input
• 4K words user program memory and 4K words
user data memory
• Up to 128K bytes for data logging and 64K
bytes for recipe
I/O Capabilities
For small applications, the embedded I/O in this
controller may represent all of the control
required. There are 10 digital inputs, 6 digital
outputs, and 2 analog inputs on every controller,
with the ability to add digital, analog, RTD, and
thermocouple modules to customize the
controller for your application. On the versions of
the controller with DC inputs, there is a high
speed counter, and on the DC output version, two
PTO/PWM (pulse train outputs and pulse width
modulated) outputs, enabling the controller to
support simple motion capabilities.
The MicroLogix 1100 also supports expansion
I/O. Up to four of the 1762 I/O modules (also
used by the MicroLogix 1200 controller) may
be added to the embedded I/O, providing
application flexibility and support of up to 80
digital I/O.
Applications
The MicroLogix 1100 is ideal for a wide variety of
applications. It is particularly well suited to meet
the needs of SCADA RTU, packaging, and
material handling applications. With even more
memory for data logging and recipe than the
MicroLogix 1500, the MicroLogix 1100 is great for
remote monitoring and for applications that are
memory intensive, but require limited I/O.
MICROLOGIX
1200
INCREASED FUNCTIONALITY AND OPTIONS
The MicroLogix 1200 is filled with features
and options designed to handle an 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.
Key Features and Benefits
• Four latching or pulse-catch inputs — Latching
inputs let the controller capture and hold very
brief (microsecond) signals for input processing.
• 20 kHz high-speed counter —The built-in
independent high-speed counter uses 32-bit
integers for extended range, features 8 modes
of operation, and supports direct control of
outputs independent of program scan.
• Programmable Limit Switch Function —This
function allows you to configure the high-speed
counter to operate as a programmable limit
switch or rotary cam switch.
• Trim potentiometers —Two built-in 3/4-turn
analog trim potentiometers with a digital
output (range from 0 to 250) allow quick and
easy adjustments of timers, counters, setpoints,
and more.
• Program data security—Data file download
protection allows a program to be reloaded
into the controller without overwriting
protected data.
• Floating Point Data Files —You can create data
files that can contain up to 256 IEEE-754 floating
point values.
• Memory, real-time clock, or memory/real-time
clock modules — Memory backup provides
protection and transportability for programs and
data. The real-time clock lets you easily solve
time/date scheduling applications, and can be
synchronized with an external source via a
program instruction.
• Four interrupt inputs — Interrupt inputs let the
controller scan a specific program file
(subroutine) when an input condition is detected
from a sensor or field device.
Keep your I/O options open
If the embedded I/O in the MicroLogix 1200
controllers isn’t enough for you, use up to six
digital and analog expansion modules. The 1762
expansion I/O modules are the same for the
MicroLogix 1100 controllers and the rackless
design eliminates added system cost and
inventory issues.
With the 1200R controller you gain
even more control capabilities.
• A Programming /Human Machine Interface
(HMI) port in addition to the Channel 0 port:
offers an inexpensive means of providing an
extra port that can be used for programming
using a personal computer or connecting an
operator interface device to your controller.
• Increased application flexibility
• 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 in the “Default Comms” configuration
• Respond Only: Messaging is not available; it
communicates by responding to communications
initiated from the device attached to it
With the MicroLogix 1200, you’ll be ready to
tackle applications in industries such as
pharmaceutical, printing, food and beverage,
packaging and material handling with
confidence.
MICROLOGIX
1500
MORE POWERFUL. MORE EXPANDABLE.
In a perfect world you would always know
what’s behind the next door. In the world of
automation, the MicroLogix 1500 controller
can help you open up new possibilities and
get you to where you want to go with ease.
As the most powerful member of the MicroLogix
family you’ll get unmatched performance,
power and flexibility. 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.
Get a better view into your control application
with the Data Access Tool (DAT) plug-in device.
You’ll be able to monitor and easily change data
without the need for a computer or the added
expense of an HMI device.
If you need advanced communication, the
1769-SDN DeviceNet scanner allows a MicroLogix
1500 controller to become a DeviceNet master,
slave, or peer device. It combines standard
DeviceNet master functionality with enhanced
performance features.
Features:
• Three base options, including a choice of
electrical configurations featuring:
• 120V ac or 24V dc inputs
• Relay and high-speed MOSFET outputs
• 120-240V ac or 24V dc power
• Supports up to 14K of onboard non-volatile
user memory, for complex application programs
• Typical scan time is less than 1 millisecond per
1K of user program
• Expandable to over 256 points of I/O
• Innovative, rackless, tongue-and-groove design
reduces system cost and inventory
• Two 20 kHz high-speed counters, each with
eight modes of operation, and two high-speed
outputs that can be configured as either 20 kHz
Pulse Train Outputs (PTO) or Pulse Width
Modulated (PWM) Outputs
• Broad application coverage through embedded
I/O and up to 16 Compact I/O modules
• Terminal blocks are finger-safe, removable
NEMA-style blocks
• Features a field-upgradable flash operating
system.
1769 COMPACT I/O
EXPAND YOUR CONTROL, NOT YOUR BUDGET
Compact I/O has a unique modular, rackless design,
which both contributes to system cost savings and
reduces parts inventory. And its communication bus,
typically found in the I/O rack, is instead integrated
into each Compact I/O module.
1769 Compact I/O is a PLC-style I/O
platform which is optimized for use with
Allen-Bradley MicroLogix and CompactLogix
controllers. It can also function as distributed
I/O with a network adapter. With its
industry-leading features and competitive
price, Compact I/O makes the MicroLogix
1500 a platform tailor-made for the costconscious automation consumer.
TM
TM
• Get superior performance in vibration-sensitive
applications with patented, slide-and-lock bus
connector
• Save time with removable terminal blocks that
allow for module replacement without rewiring
• Meet worldwide market needs with finger-safe
terminals
THERE’S A 1769 I/O MODULE FOR EVERY APPLICATION
DIGITAL INPUTS
1769-IA16
16-point 120V ac Input
1769-IA8I
8-point 120V ac Each Point Individually Isolated
Input
1769-IM12
12-point 240V ac Input
1769-IG16
16-point 5V dc TTL Input
1769-IQ16
16-point 24V dc Sink/Source Input
1769-IQ16F
16-point 24V dc High-Speed Sink/Source Input
1769-IQ32
32-point 24V dc Sink/Source Input
1769-IQ32T
32-point 24V dc Single-Wide Sink/Source Input
DIGITAL OUTPUTS
1769-OA8
8-point 120/240V ac Output
1769-OA16
16-point 120/240V ac Output
1769-OB8
8-point 24V dc Source Output
1769-OB16
16-point 24V dc Sourcing Output
1769-OB16P
16-point 24V dc Sourcing Output with
Electronic Protection
1769-OB32
32-point 24V dc Source Output
1769-OV16
16-point 24V dc Sinking Output
1769-OB32T
32-point Terminated 24V dc Sourcing Output
16-point 5V dc TTL Output
1769-OG16
1769-OV32T
24V dc Single-Wide 32-Point Digital Output
8-point V ac/V dc Relay Output
1769-OW8
1769-OW16
16-point 24V ac/V dc Relay Output
1769-OW8I
8-point V ac/V dc Individually Isolated Relay Output
COMBINATION DISCRETE
1769-IQ6XOW4 Combination Module, 6-point 24V dc Sink/Source
Input, 4-Point V ac/V dc Relay Output
ANALOG
1769-IF4
1769-IF4I
1769-IF8
1769-OF2
1769-IF4XOF2
4-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Input
4-Channel, Isolated Analog Input
8-Channel Analog Input
2-Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output
Low Resolution (8 bit), Combination 4-Channel Input,
2-Channel Output
1769-IF4FXOF2F High-Speed Combination 4-Channel Input,
2-Channel Output
1769-OF4CI
4-Channel Isolated Analog Current Output
1769-OF4VI
4-Channel Isolated Analog Voltage Input
1769-OF8C
8-Channel Current Analog Output
1769-OF8V
8-Channel Voltage Analog Output
SPECIALTY
1769-SDN
1769-ADN
1769-IT6
1769-IR6
1769-BOOLEAN
1769-ASCII
1769-ARM
1769-SM1
1769-SM2
1769-HSC
MODULES
DeviceNet Scanner Module
DeviceNet Adapter/Slave Module
6-Channel Thermocouple/mV Input
6-Channel RTD/Resistance Input
Combination 24V dc Sink Input/Source Output
BOOLEAN Control
2-Channel Serial ASCII Module
Address Reserve Module
3-Channel Connection to PowerFlex 7-Class Drives
(DPI-Based) and SCANport-Based Drives
3-Channel Single Mode or Multi-Drive Mode Connection
to PowerFlex 4-Class Drives (DSI-based) and Modbus
RTU-Based Drives
High-Speed Counter Module
NETWORK INTERFACE DEVICE
COMMUNICATE WITH CONFIDENCE
With the 1761-NET-ENI EtherNet/IP Interface,
the 1761-NET-DNI DeviceNet Interface, and the
1761-NET-AIC Advanced Interface Converter
(AIC+), you can connect MicroLogix controllers
to Ethernet, DeviceNet, or DH-485 multi-drop
networks. Just like the MicroLogix processors,
The MicroLogix family’s list of impressive
hardware, memory, and processing choices
makes it easy to select an ideal solution for
small to mid-sized applications. And when
it comes to communication options, our
network interface devices take you where
you need to go.
all of these network interface devices can be
DIN-rail or panel mounted, and all are industrially
hardened to meet virtually any installation
requirement.
1761-NET-ENI AND 1761-NET-ENIW ETHERNET INTERFACE
Both the ENI and the ENIW provide EtherNet/IP compatibility,
allowing exchange of information with other Allen-Bradley
Ethernet controllers in a peer-to-peer relationship, eliminating
the need for a master type device
BENEFITS OF ENI OR ENIW
• 100 Base-T Port with embedded LEDs allows connection to your
network through any standard RJ45 Ethernet cable, and
embedded LEDs provide easy to see link and transmit / receive
status.
• RS-232 port provides isolation and will autobaud on power up to
detect the communications port setting of the attached controller.
• Ability to force Ethernet to 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps and half-duplex
or full-duplex (default is Auto Negotiate)
BENEFITS OF ENIW ONLY
• Fixed-format pages are easily customized using the new ENIW
utility. No HTML programming skills are needed.
• Home page provides for user defined links to URLs, and most pages
offer user defined page names.
• Four data view pages allow display of user text and integer/floating
point data, and allow data to be written to the attached controller.
Data writes may be password protected (one password per page).
Data view pages provide for a user selectable update interval and
update timer (indication of communications).
• Event page provides a log of events composed of up to 50 string
elements.
1761- NET-DNI DEVICENET INTERFACE
• Peer-to-peer messaging between Allen-Bradley controllers and
other devices using the DF1 Full-Duplex protocol (real-time
communications – no polling required)
• Programming and on-line monitoring over the DeviceNet network
• Through a DNI connected to a modem, you can dial in to any
other DNI-controller combination on DeviceNet
BENEFITS
• Utilizes producer/consumer technology that significantly reduces
the amount of traffic on the network, which improves efficiency
and data throughput. This results in information getting
across the network more quickly to a single controller – or
to any combination of devices looking for the information.
• Offers up to 64 words of data (32 inputs, 32 outputs, configurable)
• The DNI will keep its mapped I/O data up-to-date by polling
the controller connected to it. The controller may also send
updated data to the DNI. The DNI then handles all of the
network communications.
• Allows peer-to-peer messaging between devices that use the DF1
Full-Duplex protocol
• Allows you to take advantage of the latest advances in communications
1761- NET-AIC ADVANCED INTERFACE CONVERTER
• Provides DH-485 network access from any DH-485 protocol
compatible device that has a RS-232 port, including all
MicroLogix controllers, SLC 5/03 and 5/04 processors, and
Allen-Bradley PanelView™ HMI devices
• Provides isolation between all ports for a more stable network
and protection for connected devices
• Auto baud rate capability for ease of system set-up
TM
BENEFITS
• Provides a simple, cost-effective solution for connecting RS-232
devices to a DH-485 network
• Offers two isolated RS-232 connections – one 9-pin D-shell and
one 8-pin mini DIN – to protect connected devices that may
be on different power sources, and an RS-485 6-pin Phoenix
connection for multi-drop connections
• Allows linking of SLC 5/03 or 5/04 processors using DF1 Half-Duplex
“master/slave” protocol
• Accepts power via the 8-pin mini DIN from a MicroLogix controller
or an external power connection
PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE
POWERFUL, FLEXIBLE PROGRAMMING
RSLogix 500 Programming Software
lets you create, modify and monitor
application programs used by the
MicroLogix 1000, 1100, 1200, 1500
and SLC 500 Programmable Controller
families. It is a powerful, easy-to-use
tool that allows you to tailor your control
program to your specific application
needs.
TM
RSLOGIX 500 PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE
• Offers 32-bit flexibility, reliability and increased productivity to the industrial controls programming world
• Operating in the Microsoft Windows environment, RSLogix 500 incorporates the latest technologies to help you maximize performance and save
development time
• Superior diagnostics, reliable communications and industry-leading, intuitive user interface makes RSLogix 500 the programming solution for developers
at any level of expertise
• Completely compatible with programs that have been previously created with any Rockwell Software MS-DOS®-based programming packages, which
make program maintenance across platforms convenient and easy
FLEXIBLE, EASY-TO-USE EDITORS
• Flexible program editors let you create simple to highly complex application programs, and a Project Verifier builds a list of errors that you can use
to navigate and make corrections at your convenience
• Context menus for common software tools are quickly accessible by clicking the right mouse button on addresses, symbols, instructions, rungs, or
other application objects. This convenience provides you with all the necessary functionality to accomplish a task within a single menu
• Drag-and-drop editing lets you quickly copy or move instructions from rung to rung within a project, rungs from one subroutine or project to another,
or data table elements from one data file to another
POINT-AND-CLICK I/O CONFIGURATION
• Convenient forms speed entry of configuration data, including an I/O auto configuration feature
• Easy-to-use I/O Configurator lets you click or drag-and-drop a module from an all-inclusive list to assign it a slot in your configuration
• Advanced configuration, required for specialty and analog modules, is easily accessible
POWERFUL DATABASE EDITOR
• Use the Symbol Picker list to easily address instructions in your ladder logic by clicking addresses or symbols to assign them to your ladder instructions
• Use the Symbol Group Editor to build and classify groups of symbols so that you can easily select portions of your recorded documentation to be used
from project to project
DIAGNOSTICS AND TROUBLESHOOTING TOOLS
• Simultaneously examine the status of bits, timers, counters, inputs, and outputs all in one window with the Custom Data Monitor
• Easily review status bit settings specific to your application programming including Scan Time information, Math Register information, interrupt
settings and more with the tabbed Status displays
HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE
COMPONENT LEVEL VISUALIZATION
All PanelView terminals are engineered for scalability,
reliability, and compatibililty.
• Easy to use, rugged and reliable.
• Save valuable panel space
• Designed for easy modification as your
process expands or changes
• NEMA 4X (IP54, IP65) rated
The PanelView products featured here are only a
partial offering of the entire PanelView Standard
family of Human Machine Interface (HMI) products.
Electronic operator interface devices provide
you with powerful plant floor control and data
monitoring capabilities for improved productivity.
And the Allen-Bradley PanelView™ Standard
terminals are extraordinary performers in
the real world of control system automation.
For more information, visit
www.ab.com/eoi/graphicterminals.
PANELVIEW 300 MICRO
The PanelView Micro operator interface terminal provides
just the right amount of information at the right time.
This component level HMI is the recommended device for
use in your MicroLogix control systm. Just 5.2” x 4.4” and
only 1.4” installed depth, this compact terminal is ideal
for customers who need a space-saving and low-cost, yet
feature rich solution.
PANELVIEW 300 KEYPAD
The PanelView 300 Keypad operator interface terminal is
designed for low-end graphical or text-only applications,
while still remaining faithful to the features found on PanelView
Standard terminals. The LCD monochrome graphic display
and feature-rich design allow for high-performance in
applications that demand a compact, less expensive interface.
Both PanelView 300 Micro and PanelView 300
Keypad offer:
• 3” diagonal transflective LCD (LED back-lit) monochrome
graphic display, ideal for high ambient light applications
• 100,000 hour LED backlight life
• 128x64 pixel resolution
PANELVIEW 550
The PanelView 550 Keypad, Keypad/Touch, and Touch-only
pixel-graphic display terminals are cost-effective ways for
end-users and OEMs to incorporate high-performance
operator interface devices into applications or machines
where panel space is limited. These terminals have a
minimum installed depth and flat panel monochrome
display designed to lower the cost of ownership without
losing PanelView family functionality.
• 5.5” diagonal LCD monochrome display
• 256 x 128 pixel resolution
PANELVIEW 600
The PanelView 600 Keypad, Keypad/Touch, and Touch-only
terminals are high-performance color terminals for
applications where color graphic displays are required and
panel space is limited.
• 6.0” diagonal TFT active matrix color display
• 320x324 pixel resolution
• 10 re-legendable function keys, numeric keypad,
cursor control keys
Bulletin
1761
1763
1762
MicroLogix 1000
MicroLogix 1100
MicroLogix 1200
User Program/
Data Space
1K
4K / 4K
4K / 2K
3.6K / 4K (max)
configurable
10K / 4K (max)
configurable
Data Logging /
Recipe Storage
—
Data logging: up to128kB
* Recipe: up to 64kB
—
Recipe: User Program
memory
48kB
Type
1764-LSP
1764-LRP
MicroLogix 1500
Memory
EEPROM Back-up
✓
Battery Back-up
—
—
✓
✓
✓
—
✓
—
✓
Only through hand-held
programmer
✓
✓
✓
✓
Up to 32
Embedded
Embedded w/Loc. Exp.,
up to 80
Embedded
Embedded w/Loc. Exp.
Up to 128
—
—
Embedded w/Loc. Exp.
Embedded w/Loc. Exp.
Up to 512
—
—
—
Embedded w/Loc. Exp.
> 512
—
—
—
Local & Networked Expansion using 1769-SDN
Backup Memory Module
I/O
Additional Functionality
Analog
Embedded
Embedded
Expansion
Trim Potentiometers
—
PID
—
2 digital
✓
2
✓
1 @ 6.6 kHz
1 @ 40 kHz
1 @ 20 kHz
Real Time Clock
—
✓
✓
Simple Motion: Pulse Width
Modulated/Pulse Train Outp.
—
2 @ 40 kHz
(DC FET version)
1 @ 20 kHz
(DC FET version)
2 @ 20 kHz (DC FET version)
Single Axis Servo Control
—
Through emb. PTO (FET)
Through emb. PTO (FET)
Data Access Tool
—
—
—
✓
Through embedded PTO (FET)
✓
✓
Floating Point Math
Embedded LCD
✓
Programming Software
Windows® – RSLogix 500
& RSLogix 500 Starter
Communications
✓
✓
Online Editing
—
RS-232 Ports
RS-485 Ports
High-Speed Counter
(24V DC inputs)
Expansion
2
✓
2
✓
2 @ 20 kHz
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
—
—
—
(1) – 8-pin Mini DIN
(1) – 8-pin Mini DIN
(combo with RS-485 port)
(1) – 8-pin Mini DIN
(1) – 8-pin Mini DIN (R)
(1) – 8-pin Mini DIN
(1) – 8-pin Mini DIN &
(1) – isolated 9-pin D-shell
—
(1) 8-pin Mini DIN
(combo with RS-232 port)
—
—
—
DeviceNet Peer to
Peer/Slave
w/ 1761-NET-DNI
w/ 1761-NET-DNI
w/ 1761-NET-DNI
w/ 1761-NET-DNI
w/ 1761-NET-DNI
DeviceNet Scanner
—
—
—
w/ 1769-SDN
Ethernet
w/ 1761-NET-ENI
Embedded and w/
1761-NET-ENI
w/ 1761-NET-ENI
w/ 1761-NET-ENI
DH-485
w/ 1761-NET-AIC
Directly from combo port
or using 1761-NET-AIC
w/ 1761-NET-AIC
w/ 1761-NET-AIC
Slave only
✓
✓
✓
—
Master/Slave
✓
Master/Slave
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
DF1 Half-Duplex
Master/Slave, Radio Modem
Modbus RTU
ASCII
✓
Master/Slave
Operating Power
120/240V AC / 24V DC
Certifications
cULus Listed, CE, Class I Div. 2
* Recipe memory size is subtracted from the available data logging memory size
Allen-Bradley, Compact I/O, CompactLogix, MicroLogix, PanelView, SLC 500, RSLogix 500
and Rockwell Automation are trademarks of Rockwell Automation, Inc.
Publication 1761-BR006D-EN-P, June 2007
Supercedes Publication 1761-BR006C-EN-P, March 2006
Copyright ©2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA.
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