1734-SG001 - Rockwell Automation

POINT I/O Modules
Bulletin 1734
Selection Guide
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
POINT I/O Family
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
The POINT I/O System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
POINT I/O Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Specify a POINT I/O System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Chapter 2
Select POINT I/O Communication
Interfaces
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
NetLinx Open Network Architecture. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Select a Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
EtherNet I/P Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
ControlNet Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Memory Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
DeviceNet Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
PROFIBUS DP Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Communication Adapter Environmental Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Chapter 3
Select POINT I/O Modules
Select POINT I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Digital I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Digital AC Input Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Digital AC Output Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Digital DC Input Modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Digital DC Output Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Digital Contact Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Digital I/O Modules Environmental Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Self-Configurable Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Self-Configurable Modules Environmental Specifications . . . . . . 25
Analog and Temperature I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Analog Input Modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Temperature Input Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Analog Output Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Analog and Temperature I/O Modules Environmental
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Specialty I/O Modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
1734-232ASC and 1734-485ASC Serial Interface Modules . . . . . . 32
1734-SSI Synchronous Serial Interface Module with Absolute
Encoder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
1734-ARM Address Reserve Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
1734-CTM Common Terminal and 1734-VTM Voltage Terminal
Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
1734-4IOL 4 Channel IO-Link Master Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Specialty I/O Modules Environmental Specifications. . . . . . . . . . 37
Counter Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Counter Modules Environmental Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Safety I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
POINT I/O Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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Chapter 4
Select a Terminal Base Assembly Terminal Base Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
One-piece Terminal Bases. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Chapter 5
Select a Power Supply Unit
POINT I/O Communication Adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Expansion Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Field Power Distributor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Chapter 6
Mounting Requirements
Power Supply Distance Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Mount the POINT I/O System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Approximate Mounting Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Chapter 7
Related Documentation
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Chapter
1
POINT I/O Family
Overview
The POINT I/O family has modular I/O modules that are ideal for
applications where flexibility and low-cost of ownership are key for successful
control system design and operation. As a key element in the Rockwell
Automation Integrated Architecture, its comprehensive diagnostics and
configurable features allow the product to be easily applied to any automation
system and reduce engineering costs through standardization. It can be used in
remote device panels, local control panels, and can be accessed from many
locations including the Internet. This product has just-what-you-need
granularity in 1 to 8 points to reduce system cost and size.
Available features include Channel Level Diagnostics for quick
troubleshooting, multiple termination options and flexibility to save money,
cabinet space and commissioning/troubleshooting time, the ability to
mix/match Safety I/O on the same bus, and available DeviceLogix for local
control, fast response time. Self-Configuring modules are also available to
reduce/simplify your design and your inventory.
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The POINT I/O System
B
B
A
A
C
45215
45216
1734-TOP or 1734-TOPS
One-piece Terminal Base with Screw or Spring Clamp
The base (A) mounts onto the DIN rail and provides the backplane. The POINT I/O module (B) snaps into
the base. The removable terminal block (C) also snaps into the base and provides the wiring and
terminations for field-side connections, as well as system power for the backplane.
POINT I/O has 4 major components:
• I/O modules provide the field interface and system-interface circuitry
• Communication interface modules provide the network-interface
circuitry
• Terminal base units provide the wiring and signal termination for
field-side connections and system power for the backplane
• Power distribution modules provide the expandability of the POINT
I/O system and the flexibility to mix a variety of signal types
1734 POINT I/O modules offer 1 to 8 points per module. The I/O modules
are interfaced to a network through a communication interface, which includes
a built-in power supply that converts incoming 24V DC power to 5V DC
backplane power. Each type of communication interface (Network Adaptor)
supports a maximum of 13 to 17 I/O modules, with a maximum of 10 A field
power. The I/O modules receive power from the power supply through the
backplane. With an external power supply, you can expand a POINT I/O
assembly up to a maximum of 63 I/O modules or 504 channels.
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POINT I/O Features
Adapters
• ControlNet
• DeviceNet
• EtherNet I/P
• Profibus
I/O Types
• Digital
• Analog
• AC/DC
• Thermocouple
• RTD
• Specialty
Module Density
Specialty Modules
1…8 points
• Encoder
• 1 MHz Counter In
• Counter In with Outputs
• Serial RS232
• RS485
• RS422
• Channel Isolated Thermocouple
• RTD
• Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI)
• Address Reserve
• 4 Channel IO-Link Master
Module Features
• Channel-level diagnostics (LED indicator and electronic)
• Channel-level alarm and annunciation (electronic)
• Channel-level open-wire detection with electronic feedback
• Channel-level short-circuit detection with electronic feedback
• Parameter-level explicit messaging
• Removal and insertion under power (RIUP)
• Horizontal or vertical mounting without derating
• Automatic Device Replacement
• Add-On-Profiles in RSLogix 5000
Network
Connectivity
• DeviceNet (including SubNet connectivity)
• ControlNet (Logix controller only)
• EtherNet/IP (Logix controller only)
• PROFIBUS DP
• OPC/DDE Data Monitoring¨
Environmental
Style
Class I, Division 2/Zone 2, Marine Certification, European ATEX Zone
2 3G
Modules per Node,
max
Up to 63
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POINT I/O Family
Specify a POINT I/O System
Follow these steps as you specify your POINT I/O system:
Step

1 Select a communication
interface
Choose the interface module for your
operating system.

2 Select I/O devices based on
field devices
• location of the device
Remember to select
• the appropriate interface module
• a communication interface that
meets the power requirements of
your system
• I/O modules – some have diagnostic
features, electronic fusing, isolated
inputs/outputs, and unique
configurable features
• number of points needed
• appropriate catalog number
• number of points available per
module
• number of modules

3 Select a wiring base assembly
Choose the appropriate wiring base
assembly


4 Select optional power
components
• additional power components as
necessary
Choose optional components to
extend backplane power or change
the field power distribution source.
• adequate power capacity to meet
I/O module backplane current
requirements
5 Determine mounting
requirements
• the appropriate number of DIN rails
based on the number of modules and
the physical locations of those
modules
Determine needed dimensions based
on the communication interface
chosen.
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• the appropriate wiring base
assembly:
Single piece screw, single piece
spring, or RTB (Removable Terminal
Base)
• horizontal or vertical mounting with
no thermal derating
Chapter
2
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Step 1 - Select:
• a communication interface module
NetLinx Open Network Architecture .......................................
EtherNet I/P Network................................................................
ControlNet Network....................................................................
DeviceNet Network .....................................................................
PROFIBUS DP Network............................................................
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page 11
page 12
page 15
page 17
Overview
Separate communication interface adapters are available for different
networks. Install adapters into the POINTBus backplane to allow POINT I/O
modules to communicate with a controller.
NetLinx Open Network
Architecture
NetLinx Open Network Architecture is the Rockwell Automation strategy of
using open networking technology for seamless, top-floor to shop-floor
integration. The NetLinx-based networks – DeviceNet, ControlNet, and
EtherNet/IP – all use the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP), so they speak a
common language and share a universal set of communication services.
NetLinx architecture, part of the Integrated Architecture platform, 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, reduce installation costs, and
increase productivity.
• The EtherNet/IP network is an open industrial-networking standard
that supports implicit and explicit messaging and uses commercial,
off-the-shelf Ethernet equipment and physical media.
• The ControlNet network allows intelligent, high-speed control devices
to share the information required for supervisory control, work-cell
coordination, operator interface, remote device configuration,
programming, and troubleshooting.
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• The DeviceNet network offers low-cost, high-speed access to
plant-floor data from a broad range of plant-floor devices and a
significant reduction in wiring.
Select a Network
You can configure your system for information exchange between a range of
devices and computing platforms and operating systems.
Application requirements
• Plant management (material handling)
Network
Select
EtherNet/IP
1734-AENT
1734-AENTR
ControlNet
1734-ACNR
DeviceNet
1734-ADN
1734-ADN(X)
1734-PDN
PROFIBUS
1734-APB
• Configuration, data collection, and control on a single, high-speed network
• Time-critical applications with no established schedule
• Data sent regularly
• Internet/Intranet connection
• Close IT & Manufacturing Integration
• Built-in switch, or high availability requirement (2-port AENTR)
• High-speed transfer of time-critical data between controllers and I/O devices
• Deterministic and repeatable data delivery
• Media redundancy
• Controller redundancy
• Intrinsic safety
• Connections of low-level devices directly to plant-floor controllers, without
interfacing them
• Data sent as needed
• More diagnostics for improved data collection and fault detection
• Less wiring and reduced start-up time than a traditional, hard-wired system
• High noise resistance, and power over network
• Connecting to an existing PROFIBUS DP 5 m (16.4 ft) bus, 12 MB network
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The Ethernet Industrial (EtherNet/IP) network protocol is an open
industrial-networking standard that supports both real-time I/O messaging
and message exchange. It emerged due to the high demand for using the
Ethernet network for control applications. The EtherNet/IP network uses
off-the-shelf Ethernet communication chips and physical media. The
EtherNet/IP network provides excellent drive and I/O control performance
along with HMI information processing and many commercial technologies.
EtherNet/IP Network Considerations
Adapter
Considerations
1734-AENT
1734-AENTR
A total of 63 POINT I/O modules can be assembled on a single
EtherNet/IP node.
Expansion power supplies may be used to provide additional POINTBus
backplane current.
Refer to the User Manual to determine the ratings for direct and rack
connections allowed.
The 1734-AENT/1734-AENTR adapter supports direct-, rack-, and
enhanced rack-optimized connections. A direct connection is a real-time data
transfer link between the controller and whatever module occupies the slot
that the configuration data references. Direct-connection messaging occurs at
a cyclic rate specified by the requested packet interval (RPI) during
configuration. A rack-optimized connection is a grouping of data from more
than one digital I/O module into a single block of data sent over a single
connection at the same data rate. Rack-optimized connections reduce the total
number of connections needed to transfer data when using many digital I/O
modules in a system.
Assume a system contains 8 digital I/O modules interfaced to a
1734-AENT/1734-AENTR adapter. If you used direct connections to transfer
data to each of these modules, you need 8 connections — one to each of the 8
I/O modules. If you use a rack-optimized connection to transfer the data, you
need only a single connection — the connection to the
1734-AENT/1734-AENTR adapter.
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1
3
2
4
5
EtherNet/IP
12121345
45102
1734-AENT/1734-AENTR
1734-AENT/1734-AENTR Technical Specifications
1734-AENT/1734-AENTR
ControlNet Network
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Input voltage, nom.
24V DC
Input voltage range
10…28.8V DC
Field side power requirements
400 mA @ 24V DC (+20% = 28.8V DC)
Inrush current
6 A for 10 ms
POINTBus current (mA)
800 (1734-AENTR)
1000 (1734-AENT)
Power consumption @ 24V
4.5 W
Power dissipation, max.
2.8 W @ 28.8V
Input overvoltage protection
Reverse polarity protected
Interruption
Output voltage will stay within specifications when input
drops out for 10 ms @ 10V with max load.
The ControlNet network is an open, state-of-the-art control network that
meets the demands of real-time, high-throughput applications. 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. The ControlNet
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network gives you deterministic, repeatable transfers of all mission-critical
control data in addition to supporting transfers of non-time-critical data.
ControlNet Network Considerations
Adapter
Considerations
1734-ACNR
A total of 63 POINT I/O modules can be assembled on a single
ControlNet node.
Expansion power supplies may be used to provide additional POINTBus
backplane current.
Up to 25 direct connections and 5 rack connections are allowed.
The 1734-ACNR ControlNet adapter provides high-speed transfer of time
critical data between controllers and I/O devices. It manages data transfers
between controllers on the ControlNet network and POINT I/O modules
plugged into the POINTBus backplane. The ControlNet network allows the
exchange of messages between ControlNet products compliant with the
ControlNet International specification. The 1734-ACNR adapter features
include a variety of control system solutions, local communication network
access through the network access port (NAP), and redundant media. It
requires Series C POINT I/O modules or later.
The 1734-ACNR adapter requires a typical 24V DC power supply with a
maximum of 10.2 W of power. It provides a maximum backplane current of
1.0 A at 5V DC. Backplane current can be extended beyond 1.0 A with a
1734-EP24DC backplane extension power supply. The 1734-EP24DC can
supply up to an additional 1.3 A of backplane current. Multiple 1734-EP24DC
power supplies can be used to reach the maximum limit of 63 POINT I/O
modules if 25 or fewer of these modules are analog or specialty modules.
The adapter supports 25 direct and 5 rack I/O connections to the
POINT I/O modules. From a single 1734-ACNR adapter, multiple controllers
establish I/O connections, up to a maximum of 5 rack I/O connections per
adapter. Direct connections must be used with analog and specialty modules.
Multiple rack connections permit multiple controllers to connect to I/O over a
single 1734-ACNR adapter. The number of connections that can be supported
on a network depends on the ControlNet parameters (NUT, RPI, and API)
and the POINT I/O configuration by itself (number and types of I/O
modules).
The following example shows a single POINT I/O ControlNet adapter with 5
connections and 8 I/O modules. The POINT I/O modules are monitored by
the 5 controllers on the ControlNet network. The POINT I/O modules in:
•
•
•
•
slots 1, 3, and 5 are controlled by the first controller.
slots 2 and 4 by the second controller.
slot 6 by the third controller.
slot 7 by the fourth controller.
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• slot 8 by the fifth controller.
1
3
2
4
5
ControlNet
12121345
1734-ACNR
Memory Requirements
The 1734-ACNR adapter has 586 bytes of memory available for scheduled
transmit data. When developing an application, the amount of data used by an
individual connection must also include a small amount of overhead (I/O
bytes per connection).
The following formula tracks the amount of available scheduled transmit data.
Available Memory = 586 - [(Number of connections * 10) + Sum of all
connection sizes]
In the following example, the system uses a 1734-ACNR adapter with five
1734-232ASC modules.
Application Data Size
(number of bytes)
Memory Required
1734-232ASC - 1
100
110
1734-232ASC - 2
88
98
1734-232ASC - 3
96
106
1734-232ASC - 4
96
106
1734-232ASC - 5
92
102
Total Bytes Used
472
522
In this example, a sixth module could be added if it used less than 54 bytes of application
data. There are 64 bytes of memory left. 64 = 586 - [(5 * 10) +472]
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For more information about the 1734-ACNR adapter, see the POINT I/O
ControlNet Adapter User Manual, publication 1734-UM008.
1734-ACNR Technical Specifications
1734-ACNR
Input voltage, nom
24V DC
Input voltage range
10…28.8V DC
Field side power requirements
425 mA @ 24V DC (+20% = 28.8V DC)
Inrush current
6 A for 10 ms
POINTBus current
1000 mA(1)
Power consumption at 24V
8.0 W
Power dissipation, max.
2.8 W @ 28.8V
Input overvoltage protection
Reverse polarity protected
Interruption
Output voltage will stay within specifications
when input drops out for 10 ms at 10V with max
load.
(1)
DeviceNet Network
1000 mA @ 5V DC ±5% (4.75…5.25V).
The DeviceNet network is an open 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). The
DeviceNet network uses the proven Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) to
provide the control, configure, and data collection capabilities for industrial
devices. The POINT I/O family offers four interfaces for connecting to the
DeviceNet network.
DeviceNet Network Considerations
Adapter
1734-ADN
Consideration
• All POINT I/O modules count as a single node on the main network. A total of 63 POINT I/O modules can be
assembled on a single DeviceNet node.
• Behaves as a slave device on the main network and a master on the POINTBus backplane.
• RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software is needed for configuration of the 1734-ADN adapter on the main
network and the POINTBus backplane
• Expansion power supplies may be used to provide additional POINTBus backplane current.
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DeviceNet Network Considerations
Adapter
1734-ADNX
Consideration
• Acts like a 1734-ADN adapter, with additional capabilities.
• All POINT I/O modules, and some third-party field devices, count as a single node on the main network.
• Has a second, Phoenix-style connector that extends the subnet off the module, so that any
DeviceNet-capable device could be connected to a subnet and scanned by the 1734-ADNX adapter.
• Network on the second connector is electrically isolated from the main network and can be used to extend
the total DeviceNet trunk line distance.(1)
• Node numbers of the devices on the POINTBus backplane and subnet would not count against the 63 slave
nodes allowed on the main network.
• Devices on the subnet and the main network need to be connected at different communication rates or use
different sampling methods (for example, change-of-state or polled).
• Data from these devices would be included in the data being sent to/from the 1734-ADNX adapter on the
main network.
• POINT I/O expansion power supplies are permitted and may be required to add more modules.
1734-PDN
• Each POINT I/O module on the main network counts as a separate node.
• Electrically connects the main network to the I/O modules, which are connected on the POINTBus
backplane.
• No configuration to the 1734-PDN communication interface necessary since it is transparent to the main
network.
• Total POINTBus backplane current of I/O modules cannot exceed 1.3 A.
• Expansion power supplies may not be used.
(1)
For example: with thick round media at 125 Kbps, you could run a maximum of 500 m (1640 ft) to a 1734-ADNX adapter on the main network. You could then wire an
additional 500 m (1640 ft) of cable on the subnet connector and double the distance of the network. Remember that this subnet needs terminating resistors and a
24V DC power connection, the same as any other DeviceNet network.
It is important that the total amount of data coming from the subnet does not
exceed the data capability of either the 1734-ADN or 1734-ADNX adapter.
• 250 bytes (248 data + 2 bytes command info) for output data (used as
either COS, cyclic, or poll)
• 250 bytes (248 data + 2 bytes status info) for polled input data
• 250 bytes (248 data + 2 bytes status info) for COS/cyclic input data
• 8 bytes (6 data + 2 status info) for strobe input data
The data coming through the 1734 adapter combined with the other data from
the main network cannot exceed the data capability of the main network
master scanner. If this occurs, you will need multiple master scanners on the
main network and the I/O modules on the subnet will need to be split
between multiple 1734-ADN or 1734-ADNX adapters.
With the 1734-PDN communication interface, the multiple masters on the
main network will be able to communicate to separate groups of modules on
its subnet through the same 1734-PDN communication interface, so no
additional adapter would be necessary.
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1734 DeviceNet Adapter Specifications
Attribute
1734-PDN
Input voltage, nom
24V DC
Input voltage range
11…25V DC DeviceNet
specification
10…28.8V DC
Field side power requirements
400 mA @ 24V DC
(+4% = 25V DC)
400 mA @ 24V DC (+20%
= 28.8V DC)
Inrush current
6 A for 5 ms
6 A for 10 ms
POINTBus current
1300(1) mA
1000 mA
Power consumption @ 24V
8.0 W
8.1 W
Power dissipation, max.
1.2 W @ 25V
2.8 W @ 28.8V
Input overvoltage protection
Reverse polarity protected
Interruption
—
(1)
PROFIBUS DP Network
1734-ADN/X
Output voltage will stay
within specifications
when input drops out for
10 ms @ 10 V with max
load.
1300 mA @ 5V DC ±5% (4.75…5.25V).
PROFIBUS for Decentralized Peripherals is a standard in field bus
communication in automation. that helps eliminate hard wiring, and reduces
costs associated with design and installation.
PROFIBUS DP Network Considerations
Adapter
Considerations
1734-APB
A total of 63 POINT I/O modules can be assembled on a single PROFIBUS
DP node.
Expansion power supplies may be used to provide additional POINTBus
backplane current.
Other considerations when using the APB adapter. Example, if needed (see
EtherNet/IP section).
1734-APB Technical Specifications
Attribute
Value
Input voltage, nom
24V DC
Input voltage range
10…28.8V DC
Field side power requirements
400 mA @ 24V DC (+20% = 28.8V DC)
Inrush current
6 A for 10 ms
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1734-APB Technical Specifications
Attribute
Value
POINTBus current
1000 mA(1)
Power consumption at 24V
8.0 W
Power dissipation, max.
2.8 W @ 28.8V
Input overvoltage protection
Reverse polarity protected
Interruption
Output voltage will stay within specifications when
input drops out for 10 ms @ 10V with max load.
(1)
Communication Adapter
Environmental
Specifications
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1000 mA @ 5V DC ±5% (4.75…5.25V).
Attribute
Value
Operating temperature
-20…55° C (-4…131° F)
Nonoperating temperature
-40…85° C (-40…185° F)
Relative humidity
5…95% noncondensing
Operating shock
30 g
Nonoperating shock
50 g
Vibration
5 g @ 10…500Hz
Enclosure type rating
None (open-style)
Mounting
DIN Rail
Certifications (when product is
marked)
c-UL-us, Ex, CE , C-Tick , CI / EtherNet/IP /
DeviceNet
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Step 2 - Select:
• I/O modules – some modules have diagnostic features, electronic
fusing, or individually isolated inputs/outputs
Digital I/O Modules....................................................................
Analog and Temperature I/O Modules....................................
Specialty I/O Modules ................................................................
Counter Modules..........................................................................
Safety I/O Modules .....................................................................
POINT I/O Accessories ............................................................
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page 32
page 38
page 41
page 48
The POINT I/O family provides a wide range of input and output modules to
span many applications, from high-speed digital to process control.
POINT I/O modules support producer/consumer technology, which allows
input information and output status to be shared among multiple Logix
controllers.
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Each POINT I/O module mounts adjacent to the network adapter or another
I/O module and removable terminal block (RTB) to connect all field-side
wiring. The RTBs are part of the terminal base assembly. They are not
included with the I/O modules and must be ordered separately.
The POINT family of I/O modules includes:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Digital I/O Modules
1734 digital I/O modules.
1734 analog I/O modules.
1734 specialty I/O modules.
1734 wiring systems.
1734 network communication adapters.
1734 POINT Guard I/O modules.
Choose digital I/O modules when you need:
•
•
•
•
•
a wide variety of voltage interface capabilities
isolated and non-isolated module types
point-level output fault states
choice of direct-connect or rack-optimized communications
field-side diagnostics (on select modules)
Most output modules have built-in surge suppression to reduce the effects of
high-voltage transients. However, we recommend that you use an additional
suppression device if an output is being used to control inductive devices, such
as:
•
•
•
•
relays
motor starters
solenoids
motors
Additional suppression is especially important if your inductive device is in
series with or parallel to hard contacts, such as push buttons or selector
switches.
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Digital AC Input Modules
1734 Digital AC Input Modules Technical Specifications
1734-IA2
1734-IA4
1734-IM2
1734-IM4
Number of inputs
2 (1 group of 2)
2 (1 group of 4)
2 (1 group of 2)
2 (1 group of 4)
Voltage, on-state input, nom
120V AC
220V AC
Voltage, on-state input, min
65V AC
159V AC
Voltage, on-state input, max
132V AC
264V AC
Input delay time, on to off
20 ms hardware filter plus 0…65 ms digital filter programmable in increments of 1 ms(1)
Current, on-state input, min
4.0 mA @ 65V AC, 60 Hz
6.2 mA @ 159V AC, 60 Hz
Input impedance, nom
10.6 kΩ
22.3 kΩ
Current, off-state input, max
2.7 mA @ 43V AC
2.9 mA
POINTBus current
75 mA @ 5V DC
Power dissipation, max
0.1 W @ 132V AC
Thermal dissipation, max
3.4 BTU @ 132V AC
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
(1)
Input ON-to-OFF delay time is the time from a valid input signal to recognition by the module.
Digital AC Output Modules
1734 Digital AC Output Modules Technical Specifications
1734-OA2
1734-OA4
Number of outputs
2
4
Voltage, on-state output, nom
120V AC; 220V AC
Voltage, on-state output, min
74V AC
Voltage, on-state output, max
264V AC
Output current rating
1.5 A (2 channels @ 0.75 A each)
POINTBus current
75 mA @ 5V DC
Power dissipation, max
2 W @ 264V AC
3.5 W @ 264V AC
Thermal dissipation, max
6.8 BTU @ 264V AC
11.69 BTU @ 264V AC
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
2.0 A (750 mA per output, 2.0 A max per module)
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Digital DC Input Modules
1734 Digital DC Input Modules Technical Specifications
1734-IB2
1734-IB4
1734-IB4D
1734-IB8
1734-IV2
Sinking Input Modules
1734-IV4
1734-IV8
Sourcing Input Modules
Number of inputs
2
4
4
8
2
4
8
Diagnostics
—
—
Yes
—
—
—
—
Voltage, on-state input, nom
24V DC
Voltage, on-state input, min
10V DC
Voltage, on-state input, max
28.8V DC
Input delay time, on to off
0.5 ms hardware + (0…65 ms selectable)(1)
Current, on-state input, min
2 mA
Current, on-state input, max
5 mA
Current, off-state input, max
1.5 mA
POINTBus current (mA)
75 mA max @ 5V DC
50 mA max
@ 5V DC
75 mA max @ 5V DC
Power dissipation, max
0.7 W @
28.8V DC
1.0 W @
28.8V DC
0.6 W max
@ 28.8V DC
1.6 W @
28.8V DC
0.7 W @
28.8V DC
1.0 W @
28.8V DC
1.6 W @
28.8V DC
Thermal dissipation, max
2.4 BTU/hr
@ 28.8V DC
3.4 BTU/hr
@ 28.8V DC
1.9 BTU/hr
@ 28.8V DC
5.5 BTU/hr
@ 28.8V DC
2.4 BTU/hr
@ 28.8V DC
3.4 BTU/hr
@ 28.8V DC
5.5 BTU/hr
@ 28.8V DC
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
(1)
Input ON-to-OFF delay time is the time from a valid input signal to recognition by the module.
Digital DC Output Modules
1734 Digital DC Output Modules Technical Specifications
1734OB2(1)
1734OB2E
1734OB2EP
1734OB4(1)
1734OB4E
1734OB8(1)
1734OB8E
Sourcing Output Modules
Number of
outputs
2
Diagnostics
—
Electronically
protected
Yes
Voltage,
on-state
output, nom
24V DC
Voltage,
on-state
output, min
10V DC
Yes
Yes
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1734OV2E
1734OV4E
1734OV8E
Sinking Output Modules
4
4
8
—
Yes
—
Yes
2
4
8
Yes
Yes
Yes
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1734 Digital DC Output Modules Technical Specifications
1734OB2(1)
Voltage,
on-state
output, max
1734OB2E
1734OB2EP
1734OB4(1)
4.0 A per
module,
2.0 A per
channel
1734OB4E
1734OB8E
1734OV2E
1734OV4E
1734OV8E
3.0 A per module, 1.0 A per channel
2.0 A max
per
module,
1.0 A per
output
3.0 A per
module,
1.0 A per
output
3.0 A per
module,
1.0 A per
channel
1.2 W @ 28.8V DC
2.0 W @ 28.8V DC
0.8 W
max @
28.8V DC
1.2 W
max @
28.8V DC
2.0 W
max @
28.8V DC
6.8 BTU/hr @ 28.8V
DC
2.7
4.1
6.8
BTU/hr @ BTU/hr @ BTU/hr @
28.8V DC 28.8V DC 28.8V DC
28.8V DC
Output current 2.0 A per module,
rating, max
1.0 A per channel
POINTBus
current (mA)
75
Power
dissipation,
max
0.8 W @ 28.8V DC
3.4 W @
28.8V DC
Thermal
dissipation,
max
2.7 BTU/hr @ 28.8V
DC
11.6
4.1 BTU/hr @ 28.8V
BTU/hr @ DC
28.8V DC
Terminal base
unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
(1)
1734OB8(1)
Non-diagnostic, standard output modules.
Digital Contact Modules
1734 Digital Contact Modules Technical Specifications
Number of outputs
1734-OW2
1734-OW4
1734-OX2
2 N.O. relays
4 N.O. relays
2 Form C (N.O./N.C.) relays, isolated
Output delay time, on to off, max 26 ms(1)
10 ms(1)
Contact resistance, initial
30 mΩ
Leakage current, off-state
output, max
1.2 mA and bleed resistor through snubber circuit @ 240V AC
1.2 mA and bleed resistor through
snubber circuit @ 240V AC
POINTBus current (mA)
80
100
Power dissipation, max
0.5 W
Thermal dissipation, max
1.7 BTU/hr
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
(1)
Time from valid output off signal to relay deenergization by module.
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Digital I/O Modules Environmental Specifications
1734 Digital I/O Modules Environmental Specifications
Attribute
Value
Operating temperature
-20…55 °C (-4…131 °F)
Nonoperating temperature
-40…85 °C (-40…185 °F)
Relative humidity
5…95% noncondensing
Operating shock
30 g
Nonoperating shock
50 g
Vibration
5 g at 10…500 Hz
Enclosure type rating
None (open-style)
Mounting type
DIN-rail
Certifications (when product is marked)
CE, C-Tick, c-UL-us
Self-Configurable Modules
1734 DC Configurable Input/Output Modules Technical Specifications
Number of inputs/iutputs
1734-8CFG
1734-8CFGDLX (with
DeviceLogix
8
8
Voltage, on-state input, nom
Voltage, on-state input, min
11V DC
Voltage, on-state input, max
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2.0 mA
Current, on-state input, max
5.0 mA
Input filter
Each input independently settable in 1 ms intervals
(truncated to 1 ms resolution). Default value is 1000 ms.
Voltage, on-state output, nom
24V DC
Voltage, on-state output, min
10V DC
Voltage, on-state output, max
28.8V DC
POINTBus current
100 mA @ 5V DC
Power dissipation, max
2.6 W @ 28.8V DC
Thermal dissipation, max
8.9 BTU/hr @ 28.8V DC
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
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Self-Configurable Modules Environmental Specifications
1734 DC Configurable Input/Output Modules Environmental Specifications
Attribute
Value
Operating temperature
-20…55 °C (-4…131 °F)
Nonoperating temperature
-40…85 °C (-40…185 °F)
Relative humidity
5…95% noncondensing
Operating shock
30 g
Nonoperating shock
50 g
Vibration
5 g at 10…500 Hz
Enclosure type rating
None (open-style)
Mounting type
DIN-rail
Certifications (when product is marked)
CE, C-Tick
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Analog and Temperature I/O
Modules
The POINT I/O analog and temperature I/O modules support: on-board,
channel-level data alarming (four set-points per channel); scaling to
engineering units; channel-level diagnostics (electronic bits and LED
indicators); and integer format.
Analog and temperature input modules support the following configurable
parameters and diagnostics:
• open-wire detection with LED and electronic reporting
• four-alarm and annunciation set-points: low alarm; high alarm; low/low
alarm; high/high alarm calibration mode detection and electronic
reporting
• underrange detection and electronic reporting
• overrange detection and electronic reporting
• channel signal range and on-board scaling (scaling to any 16-bit integer
under-/over-range alarms)
• filter type (notch for A/D, or first-order low-pass digital filter)
• temperature scale (Celcius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin, Rankine, or custom)
• channel update rate (step response plus 0…10,000 ms filter setting)
Choose analog or temperature I/O modules when you need:
• On-board scaling eliminates the need to scale the data in the controller,
preserving controller processing time and power for more important
tasks, such as I/O control, communications, or other user-driven
functions.
• Over- and underrange detections and indications eliminate the need to
test values in the control program, saving valuable processing power of
the controller.
• Ability to individually configure each channel of the output module to
hold its last value or assume a user-defined value on a fault condition.
• Ability to individually enable and disable channels improves module
performance.
• Selectable input filters lets you select from several different filter
frequencies for each channel that best meets the performance needs of
your application based on environmental limitations
• Selectable response to broken input sensor feature provides feedback to
the controller that a field device is not connected or operating properly.
This lets you specify corrective action based on the bit or channel
condition.
• The modules share a high accuracy rating of ±0.1% of full-scale
accuracy at 25 °C (77 °F).
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Analog Input Modules
1734 Analog Input Modules Technical Specifications
1734-IE2C
1734-IE2V
1734-IE4C
1734-IE8C
4
8
4…20 mA
0…20 mA
Number of inputs
2
Input signal range
4…20 mA
0…20 mA
0…10V
±10V
4…20 mA
0…20 mA
Input resolution
16 bits - over 21 mA
0.32 μA/cnt
15 bits plus sign
320 μV/cnt in unipolar or
bipolar mode
16 bits - 0…21 mA
0.32 μA/cnt
Data format
Signed integer
Accuracy
Current Input: 0.1% Full
Scale @ 25 °C(1)
Voltage Input: 0.1% Full
Scale @ 25 °C(1)
Current Input: 0.1% Full Scale @ 25 °C(1)
Accuracy drift w/temp.
Current Input: 30 ppm/°C
5 ppm/°C
30 ppm/°C
Step response, per
channel
70 ms @ Notch = 60 Hz (default)
80 ms @ Notch = 50 Hz
16 ms @ Notch = 250 Hz
8 ms @ Notch = 500 Hz
50 ms @ Notch = 60 Hz (default)
60 ms @ Notch = 50 Hz
30 ms @ Notch = 100 Hz
25 ms @ Notch = 120 Hz
15 ms @ Notch = 200 Hz
12.5 ms @ Notch = 240 Hz
10 ms @ Notch = 300 Hz
7.5 ms @ Notch = 400 Hz
6.25 ms @ Notch = 480 Hz
Input conversion type
Delta Sigma
Sigma Delta
POINTBus current
75 mA @ 5V DC
Power dissipation, max
0.6 W @ 28.8V DC
0.75 W @ 28.8V DC
0.6 W @ 28.8V DC
Thermal dissipation,
max
2.0 BTU/hr @ 28.8V DC
2.5 BTU/hr @ 28.8V DC
2.0 BTU/hr @ 28.8V DC
Keyswitch position
3
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
(1)
Includes offset, gain, non-linearity and repeatability error terms.
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Temperature Input Modules
POINT I/O temperature modules can detect and communicate these
electronic conditions:
Overrange alarm
• The channel overrange alarm is set if the input is greater than
the maximum temperature (thermocouple or RTD range
dependent), millivolt (+75V) or resistance (600 Ω) range value,
or above the maximum range of the thermocouple or RTD.
• The cold-junction compensator has its own over-range alarm. If
the CJC temperature goes above 70 °C (158 °F), the over-range
alarm is set.
Underrange alarm
• The channel underrange alarm is set if the input is less than the
minimum temperature (thermocouple or RTD range dependent),
millivolt (-75 mV) or resistance (10 Ω) range value, or below the
minimum range of the thermocouple or RTD.
• The cold-junction compensator has its own underrange alarm.
If the CJC temperature goes below 0 °C (32 °F), the
under-range alarm is set.
Level alarm
(low-low, low, high,
high-high)
• When the channel input goes below a low alarm or above a
high alarm, a bit is set in the data table. All alarm status bits
can be read individually or by reading the channel status byte
(bits 2…5 for channel 0; bits 10…13 for channel 1).
• Each channel alarm can be configured individually.
Open-wire alarm
• The module has the ability to check for a broken or detached
wire. In any mode, if a broken/detached lead is detected, the
data value is forced to maximum and the over-range alarm is
set. Once the alarm is issued, it remains active as long as the
input signal is faulted.
Cold-junction Compensation (1734-IT2I only)
When using thermocouples, cold-junction compensation is required at the
termination of the thermocouple wire. Cold-junction can be accomplished in
three ways:
• Enter an estimated temperature
• Use a 1734-TBCJC mounting base (recommended)
• Use external cold-junction compensators
Entering an estimated temperature is the least accurate way for cold-junction
compensation. Using external compensators is the most expensive way, while
using the 1734-TBCJC provides the easiest and most accurate method.
An open cold-junction compensator causes the input point to the maximum
temperature value for the selected input type. This causes an alarm to be set.
Once the alarm is issued, it remains active as long as the input signal is faulted
(above maximum).
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Set the cold-junction enable bit on the 1734-IT2I module to enable or disable
the cold-junction linearization. If enabled, the proper cold-junction
compensation value is applied to the selected thermocouple. If disabled, the
data (CJ temperature) is still available but is not applied to the input. If the
1734-TBCJC is not available, this parameter should be set to disabled. A
cold-junction value can be added using the cold-junction offset parameter.
Noise Filtering (1734-IR2)
You can select the type and amount of noise filtering on each individual
channel.
• Notch filter of analog to digital converter
• First-order, low-pass digital filter
Choose the filter that provides you with the update and step response that
most closely matches your system requirements.
1734 Analog Temperature Input Modules Technical Specifications
1734-IR2
1734-IR2E
1734-IT2I
Number of inputs
2 RTD
2 high resolution RTD
2 thermocouple
Input signal range
0…600 Ω
0…220 Ω
±75 mV
Input resolution
16 bits
9.5 mΩ/cnt
0.03 °C/cnt (pt 385 @ 25 °C)
16 bits
2.4 mΩ/cnt
0.006 °C/cnt (Pt385 @ 25 °C)
15 bits + sign
2.5 mV/cnt(1)
Data format
Signed integer
Thermocouple resolution
—
Type B, 30…1820 °C (86…3308 °F)
3 counts/°C
Type C, 0…2315 °C (32…4199 °F)
6 counts/°C
Type E, -270…1000 °C (-454…1832 °F)
24 counts/°C
Type J, -210…1200 °C (-454…2192 °F)
21 counts/°C
Type K, -270…1372 °C (-454…2502 °F)
13 counts/°C
Type N, -270…1300 °C (-454…2373 °F)
11 counts/°C
Type R, -50…1768.1 °C(-58…3214 °F) 4
counts/°C
Type S, -50…1768.1 °C (-58…3214 °F) 4
counts/°C
Type T, -270…400 °C (-454…752 °F)
15 counts/°C
Cold junction compensation
—
Included in 1734-RTBCJC Remote
Termination Block
Cold junction compensation
range
—
0…70 °C
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1734-IR2
1734-IR2E
1734-IT2I
Accuracy
Current Input: 0.1% Full Scale @ 25 °C
Voltage Input: 0.1% Full Scale @ 25 °C
Input update rate, per module
20 ms @ Notch = 50 Hz
17 ms @ Notch = 60 Hz (default)
10 ms @ Notch = 100 Hz
8 ms @ Notch = 120 Hz
5 ms @ Notch = 200 Hz
4 ms @ Notch = 240 Hz
3 ms @ Notch = 300 Hz
3 ms @ Notch = 400 Hz
2 ms @ Notch = 480 Hz
Step response, per channel
60 ms @ Notch = 50 Hz
50 ms @ Notch = 60 Hz
30 ms @ Notch = 100 Hz
25 ms @ Notch = 120 Hz
15 ms @ Notch = 200 Hz
13 ms @ Notch = 240 Hz
10 ms @ Notch = 300 Hz
8 ms @ Notch = 400 Hz
6 ms @ Notch = 480 Hz
Input impedance
—
100 kΩ
Input resistance
—
1 MΩ
Input conversion type
Delta Sigma
Common mode rejection ratio
120 dB
Normal mode rejection ratio
-100 dB, -3 dB
Notch filter:
13.1 Hz @ Notch = 50 Hz
15.7 Hz @ Notch = 60 Hz
26.2 Hz @ Notch = 100 Hz
31.4 Hz @ Notch = 120 Hz
52.4 Hz @ Notch = 200 Hz
62.9 Hz @ Notch = 240 Hz
78.6 Hz @ Notch = 300 Hz
104.8 Hz @ Notch = 400 Hz
125.7 Hz @ Notch = 380 Hz
Overvoltage protection, inputs No input protection
-60 dB, -3 dB
Notch filter:
13.1 Hz @ Notch = 50 Hz
15.7 Hz @ Notch = 60 Hz
26.2 Hz @ Notch = 100 Hz
31.4 Hz @ Notch = 120 Hz
52.4 Hz @ Notch = 200 Hz
62.9 Hz @ Notch = 240 Hz
78.6 Hz @ Notch = 300 Hz
104.8 Hz @ Notch = 400 Hz
125.7 Hz @ Notch = 380 Hz
Input not overvoltage protected
Input calibration
Factory calibrated
POINTBus current
220 mA @ 5V DC
Power dissipation, max
1.0 W
Thermal dissipation, max
3.3 BTU/hr
Isolation voltage
50V (continuous), Basic Insulation Type
Type tested at 2200V DC for 60 s, I/O to system
External DC supply voltage,
nom
24V DC
—
External DC supply voltage
range
10…28.8V DC
—
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1734 Analog Temperature Input Modules Technical Specifications
1734-IR2
1734-IR2E
1734-IT2I
External DC supply current,
nom
15 mA @ 24V DC
—
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
1734-TBCJC
Keyswitch position
6
(1)
Includes offset, gain, non-linearity and repeatability error terms.
Analog Output Modules
1734 Analog Output Modules Technical Specifications
1734-OE2C
1734-OE2V
1734-OE4C
Number of outputs
2
Output signal range
4…20 mA
0…20 mA
0…10V
±10V
4…20 mA
0…20 mA
Output resolution
13 bits - over 0…21 mA
2.5 μA/cnt
14 bits (13 plus sign)
1.28 mV/cnt in unipolar or
bipolar mode
16 bits - over 0…21 mA
2.5 μA/cnt
Data format
Signed integer
Accuracy
Current output: 0.1% Full Scale
@ 25 °C(1)
Voltage output: 0.1% Full Scale
@ 25 °C(1)
Current output: 0.1% Full Scale
@ 25 °C(1)
Accuracy drift w/temp.
Current output: 30 ppm/°C
Voltage output: 5 ppm/ ºC
Current output: <50 ppm/°C
Step response to 63% of
FS, output
Current output: 24 μs
Voltage output: 20 μs
Current output: 40 μs
Output conversion rate
16 μs
20 μs
1 μs
POINTBus current
75 mA @ 5V DC
Power dissipation, max
750 Ω load on each output 1.0W
1.23W
0 Ω load on each output - 1.83W
750 Ω load on each output 1.86W
0 Ω load on each channel 2.15W
Thermal dissipation, max
750 Ω load on each output 4.19 BTU/hr
0 Ω load on each output 6.24 BTU/hr
750 Ω load on each output 6.34 BTU/hr
0 Ω load on each channel
7.33 BTU/hr
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
Keyswitch position
4
(1)
4
3.4 BTU/hr
Includes offset, gain, non-linearity and repeatability error terms.
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Analog and Temperature I/O Modules Environmental
Specifications
1734 Analog and Temperature I/O Modules Environmental Specifications
Attribute
Value
Operating temperature
-20…55 °C (-4…131 °F)
Nonoperating temperature
-40…85 °C (-40…185 °F)
Relative humidity
5…95% noncondensing
Operating shock
30 g
Nonoperating shock
50 g
Vibration
5 g @ 10...500 Hz
Enclosure type rating
None (open-style)
Mounting type
DIN Rail
Certifications (when product is marked)
c-UL-us, CE, C-Tick, Ex
Specialty I/O Modules
1734-232ASC and 1734-485ASC Serial Interface Modules
The 1734-232ASC and 1734-485ASC serial interface modules offer a
serial-link communication interface solution for peripheral products with
RS-232 (use the 1734-232ASC), RS-485, and RS-422 ports (use the
1734-485ASC). These modules allow a device with serial-interface output (for
example, bar code readers) to communicate up to 128 bytes of ASCII data
onto any network supported by the POINT I/O system. Each module is a
single-channel, full-duplex interface and is rated for up to 38.4 Kbps. LED
indicators on the modules offer diagnostics for the module, POINTBus
backplane, and transmit/receive status indication.
1734 Serial Interface Modules Technical Specifications
1734-232ASC, 1734-485ASC
Number of serial channels
1
POINTBus current (mA)
75
Power dissipation
0.75 W @ 28.8V DC
Thermal dissipation
2.5 BTU/hr max @ 28.8V DC
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
Keyswitch position
2 (specialty)
Serial port parameters
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Serial character framing
7N2, 7E1, 7O1, 8N1, 8N2, 8E1, 8O1, 7E2, 7O2
Serial port comm speed
9600 bps, 1200 bps, 2400 bps, 4800 bps,
19.2 kbps, 38.4 kbps
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1734 Serial Interface Modules Technical Specifications
1734-232ASC, 1734-485ASC
Serial port receive from ASCII device
Number of receive chars, max
1…128
ReceiverRecord start mode
No, exclude, include start delimiter
Receive start delimiter
ASCII character
Receive record end mode
No, exclude, include end delimiter
Receive end delimiter
ASCII character
Send (produce) on DeviceNet to Master
Receive string data type
Array, short_string, string
Pad mode
Pad mode disabled, enabled
Pad character
ASCII character
Receive swap mode
Disabled, 16-bit, 24-bit, 32-bit swap
DeviceNet handshake mode
Master/slave handshake, produce immediate
Produce assembly size
4…132
Serial data size
0…128 bytes
Receive transaction ID
0…255
Serial port transmit to ASCII device
Number of transmit chars, max
1…128
Transmit end delimiter mode
No, exclude, include end delimiter
Transmit end delimiter character
ASCII character
Consume on DeviceNet from Master
Consume string data type
Array, short_string, string
Transmit swap mode
Disabled, 16-bit, 24-bit, 32-bit swap
DeviceNet record header mode
Transmit handshake/immediate
Consume assembly size
4…132
Serial port transmit/explicit messages from configuration tool
Transmit serial data string size
0…128 bytes
Transmitted serial data length
0…128 bytes
Transmit transaction ID
0…255
Status
TX FIFO overflow, RX FIFO overflow, RX parity
error, handshake error, new data flag
1734-SSI Synchronous Serial Interface Module with Absolute
Encoder
The 1734-SSI module collects serial data from industrial absolute-position
encoding sensors that use standard SSI protocol. The SSI module is inserted
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into a POINT I/O terminal base that provides common power,
communications, and wiring connections for the SSI sensors.
1734-SSI Module Technical Specifications
1734-SSI
Number of SSI channels
1
POINTBus current
110 mA
Power dissipation, max
0.94 W
Thermal dissipation, max
—
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
Keyswitch position
2
Isolation voltage
50V (continuous), Basic Insulation Type
Type tested at 1250V AC for 60 s, field side to
system
External DC supply voltage, nom
10…28.8V DC
Encoder type
Any absolute encoder supporting standard SSI
protocol including linear, rotary, and optical distance
measuring devices
SSI data rate
125 kHz, 250 kHz, 500 kHz, 1 MHz, 2 MHz (software
selectable)
SSI bits per word
2…31 (software selectable)
SSI word length
4 bytes (32 bits)
SSI word delay time
16 μs…64 ms (software selectable)(1)
SSI features
Gray or binary code capable with gray to binary
conversion, increasing or decreasing SSI count
indication, 2 SSI word comparator values, SSI word
latching with I1 input
SSI cable type
UL CM/AWM 2464/CSA Type CMG FT4 or similar
cable utilizing shielded twisted pairs for D± and C±
connections. See sensor manufacturer for actual
cable required for the SSI sensor under use. I1 input
can be wired separate from SSI cable.
SSI cable length
Depends on desired SSI data rate:
125 kHz…320 m(1050 ft)
250 kHz…160 m (525 ft)
500 kHz…60 m (195 ft)
1 MHz…20 m (65 ft)
2 MHz…8 m (25 ft)
SSI sensor power (at V+/- terminals) 10…28.8V DC common with field power voltage,
0.75A DC maximum with short circuit protection
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SSI clock drive current, max (out of
C+/- terminals)
750 mA
Input I1 category/type
Similar to IEC Type 3, sourcing
Voltage, on-state input, min
0V DC
Voltage, on-state input, max
Field Power Supply Voltage minus 10V
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1734-SSI Module Technical Specifications
1734-SSI
Current, on-state input, min
2 mA
Current, on-state input, nom
4 mA (Field Power Supply Voltage = 24V DC)
Current, on-state input, max
5 mA
Voltage, off-state input, min
Field Power Supply Voltage minus 5V
Voltage, off-state input, max
Equal to Field Power Supply Voltage
Current, off-state input, max
1.2 mA
Input impedance, nom
3.6 kΩ
Input impedance, max
4.7 kΩ
Input filter time, nom
0.5 ms
Field power supply voltage range
10…28.8V DC
(1)
Time between successive SSI words (Tp). Also called Dwell Time.
1734-ARM Address Reserve Module
The 1734-ARM address reserve module reserves address and slot numbers to
maintain the numbering schemes of purchased I/O module sets.
Non-parameterized, signal modules' structure and address location are
retained when replaced with a signal module. The 1734-ARM has no module
configuration and does not communicate I/O data.
1734-ARM Module Technical Specifications
1734-ARM
POINTBus current (mA)
75
Power dissipation, max
0.375 W @ 5V DC
Thermal dissipation, max
1.3 BTU/hr @ 5V DC
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
Keyswitch position
Use the keyswitch position of the removed module
1734-CTM Common Terminal and 1734-VTM Voltage Terminal
Modules
The POINT I/O Common Terminal Module (1734-CTM) and Voltage
Terminal Module (1734-VTM) provide expansion of the termination capability
of POINT I/O. Install the Common and Voltage Terminal Modules on a
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS terminal base assembly to
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provide support for higher density (8 channel) POINT I/O modules and
management of wiring of field devices to the POINT I/O solution.
1734 Terminal Modules Technical Specifications
1734-CTM
1734-VTM
POINTBus current (mA)
—
Power dissipation
—
Thermal dissipation
—
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
Keyswitch position
5
Isolation voltage
250V (continuous), Basic Insulation Type
Type tested at 1600V DC for 60 s, field-side to
system
Field power supply voltage range
10…28.8V DC, 120/240V AC
Field power supply current, max
2 A per point, 4 A module
Terminal base screw torque
Determined by installed terminal block
Field wiring terminations
0 - Common
1 - Common
2 - Common
3 - Common
4 - Common
5 - Common
6 - Common
7 - Common
0 - Voltage out
1 - Voltage out
2 - Voltage out
3 - Voltage out
4 - Voltage out
5 - Voltage out
6 - Voltage out
7 - Voltage out
1734-4IOL 4 Channel IO-Link Master Module
The POINT I/O 4 Channel IO-Link Master module provides four channels
that can be individually configured as IO-Link master or as a standard digital
I/O module. The IO-Link channel master module can be configured to fit any
IO-Link and/or discrete application.
In IO-Link Master mode, the module supports four channels for IO-Link
master communication with IO-Link compatible devices. In standard digital
I/O mode, the module supports four channels of digital input or output.
Digital input channels support IEC61131-2 type 1 input. Channels can also be
disabled if not in use.
1734-4IOL Module Technical Specifications
1734-4IOL
Number of inputs
4 single-ended, non-mutual isolated, configurable
Number of outputs
Communication rate, IO-Link
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1734-4IOL Module Technical Specifications
Device cable length, IO-Link, max
20 m
Terminal base screw torque
0.8 Nm (7 lb-in.)
Module location
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TB3, 1734-TB3S,
1734-TOP, 1734-TOPS,1734-TOP3, or 1734-TOP3S
wiring base assembly
POINTBus current, max
100 mA @ 5V DC
Power dissipation, max
1.5 W @ 28.8V DC
Thermal dissipation, max
5.12 BTU/hr @ 28.8V DC
Isolation voltage
50V (continuous), Basic Insulation Type
Tested at 2121V DC for 60 s, field-side to system.
No isolation between individual channels.
Field power bus supply, nom
24V DC
Field power bus supply, min
19.2V DC
Field power bus supply, max
28.8V DC
Indicators
1 green/red – module status indicator
1 green/red – network status indicator
4 yellow – channel status indicators
4 green – IO-Link status indicators
Wiring category(1)
2 – on signal ports
Wire size
0.25...2.5 mm2 (22...14 AWG) solid or stranded
copper wire rated at 75 °C (167 °F), or greater.
1.2 mm (3/64 in.) insulation max
Wire type
Copper
Dimensions, approx., HxWxD
56 x 12 x 75.5 mm
(2.21 x 0.47 x 2.97 in.)
Weight, approx.
36 g (1.27 oz)
Enclosure type rating
None (open-style)
Keyswitch position
2 (specialty)
(1)
Use this conductor category information for planning conductor routing as described in Industrial Automation
Wiring and Grounding Guidelines, publication 1770-4.1.
Specialty I/O Modules Environmental Specifications
1734 Specialty I/O Modules Environmental Specifications
Attribute
Value
Operating temperature
-20…55°C (-4…131°F)
Nonoperating Temperature
-40…85°C (-40…185°F)
Relative humidity
5…95% noncondensing
Operating shock
30 g
Nonoperating shock
50 g
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Counter Modules
Vibration
5 g @ 10…500 Hz
Enclosure type rating
None (open-style)
Mounting type
DIN Rail
Certifications
c-UL-us, CE, RCM, KC
The POINT I/O counter modules serve as signal conditioners and function
blocks (that is, counters) between the customer process signals on the
mounting base, and the POINTBus backplane containing the command
information. The three main functional blocks are the customer digital I/O
interface, the counter ASIC, and the microprocessor.
The counter modules accept feedback from:
•
•
•
•
Encoders (either single-ended or differential)
Pulse generators
Mechanical limit switches
Frequencies up to 1 MHz
A filter is available with four settings: 50 Hz, 500 Hz, 5 kHz, 50 kHz. The filter
can be turned off to achieve the fastest counting rate.
The modules return the count or frequency in the form of a 24-bit binary
number (0…16,777,215) expressed in a 32-bit word. Each counter has a
user-selectable preset and rollover value associated with it.
The counter modules operate in the following modes.
• Counter mode — read incoming single-phase pulses, return a binary
count.
• Encoder mode — read incoming two-phase quadrature pulses, return a
binary count.
• Period/rate mode — count internal clocks during the on period, return
a frequency (1734-VHSC24 and 1734-VHSC5 outputs are updated only
at the end of the period).
• Continuous/rate mode — count internal clocks during the on period,
return a frequency (1734-VHSC24 and 1734-VHSC5 outputs are
updated continuously during this period).
• Rate measurement mode — read pulses during the sample period,
return a frequency.
• Pulse width modulation (PWM) mode — generate a pulse width
modulated signal (1734-VHSC24 and 1734-VHSC5 only).
• Pulse generator mode — generates a pulse of defined width, returns
width and quantity of trigger (1734-VHSC24 and 1734-VHSC5 only).
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The operation of the counter and encoder modes is nearly identical. The
difference between the two modes is in the type of feedback (one-phase versus
two-phase) for the count direction (up or down). In encoder mode, a transition
is expected on B for counting to proceed in a direction. In counter mode, the
B input may be left at a static level. All operating modes are selected by writing
appropriate configuration data to the module.
1734 Incremental Encoder Modules Technical Specifications
1734-IJ
1734-IK
Number of counters
1
Input frequency, max
1.0 MHz counter and encoder X1 configurations (no filter)
500 kHz encoder X2 configuration (no filter)
250 kHz encoder X4 configuration (no filter)
Voltage category/type, input
5V DC
A/Areturn, B/Breturn, Z/Zreturn
24V DC
A/Areturn, B/Breturn, Z/Zreturn
Current, off-state input, max
≤0.250 mA
≤0.250 mA
Voltage, off-state input, max
≤1.25V DC
≤1.8V DC
Current, on-state input, min
≥5 mA
Current, on-state input, max
25.7 mA @ 6V DC 19.1 mA @ 5V DC
6.1 mA @ 15V DC or 10.2 mA @ 24V DC
Voltage, on-state input, min
≥2.6V DC
≥12.5V DC
Voltage, on-state input, max
≤6V DC
Refer to input derating curve
Input filter selections, per A/B/Z group
Off
10 μs (50 kHz)
100 μs (5 kHz)
1.0 ms (500 Hz)
10.0 ms (50 Hz)
Power dissipation, max
1.1 W @ rated load
1.5 W @ rated load
Thermal dissipation, max
3.75 BTU/hr @ rated load
5.1 BTU/hr @ rated load
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
Keyswitch position
2
Isolation voltage
50V (continuous), Basic Insulation Type
Type tested at 1100V DC for 60 s, field-side to system
External DC supply voltage, nom
No additional external power required to power module
1734 VHSC Modules Technical Specifications
1734-VHSC24
1734-VHSC5
Number of counters
1
Number of compare windows
4
Output groups
1 group of 2
Voltage category/type, input
24V DC
5V DC
Current, off-state input, max
≤0.250 mA
≤0.250 mA
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Voltage, off-state input, max
≤1.8V DC
Current, on-state input, min
≥5 mA
Current, on-state input, max
10.2 mA @ 24V DC or 6.1 mA @ 15V DC
25.7 mA @ 6V DC
19.1 mA @ 5V DC
Voltage, on-state input, min
≥12.5V DC
≥2.6V DC
Voltage, on-state Input, max
Refer to input derating curve
≥2.6V DC
Input filter selections
Off
10 μs (50 kHz)
100 μs (5 kHz)
1.0 ms (500 Hz)
10.0 ms (50 Hz)
Input frequency, max
1.0 MHz counter and encoder X1 configurations (no filter)
500 kHz encoder X2 configuration (no filter)
250 kHz encoder X4 configuration (no filter)
Output delay time off to on
25 μs (load dependent)
Power dissipation, max
1.9 W @ rated load
1.5 W @ rated load
Thermal dissipation, max
6.5 BTU/hr @ rated load
5.1 BTU/hr @ rated load
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, or 1734-TOPS
Keyswitch position
2
Isolation voltage
50V (continuous), Basic Insulation Type
Type tested at 1100V DC for 60 s, field-side to system
External DC supply voltage, nom
No additional external power required to power module(1)
(1)
≤1.25V DC
Does not represent power required to supply outputs.
1734-VHSC24 Input Derating Curve
113 °F
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Counter Modules Environmental Specifications
1734 Counter Modules Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature
-20...55 °C (-4...131 °F)
Nonoperating Temperature
-40...85 °C (-40...185 °F)
Relative humidity
5...95% non-condensing
Operating shock
30 g
Nonoperating shock
50 g
Vibration
5 g @ 10…500 Hz
Enclosure type rating
None (open-style)
Mounting type
DIN Rail
Certifications (when product is marked)
c-UL-us, CE, C-Tick, Ex
Safety I/O Modules
Use the POINT Guard I/O Safety Modules in the POINT I/O platform to
distribute Safety I/O on a GuardLogix, Compact GuardLogix or SmartGuard
system. You can configure the modules by using the network configuration
tool, RSNetWorx software, or the GuardLogix programming tool, RSLogix
5000 software, version 17 or later.
GuardLogix systems are intended for the use of POINT Guard I/O modules
with an EtherNet/IP adapter. SmartGuard systems are intended to use
POINT Guard I/O modules with the 1734-PDN module.
Use the modules to construct a safety-control network system that meets the
requirements up to Safety Integrity Level 3 (SIL 3) as defined in IEC 61508,
Functional Safety of Electrical, Electronic, and Programmable Electronic
Safety-related Systems, and the requirements for Safety Category 4 /
Performance Level e of the EN ISO 13849-1 standard.
1734-IB8S Technical Specifications
Attribute
Value
Safety Input
Inputs per module
8
Input type
Current sinking
Voltage, on-state input
11…30V DC
Voltage, off-state input, max
5V DC
Current, on-state input, min
3.3 mA
Current, off-state, max
1.3 mA
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1734-IB8S Technical Specifications
Attribute
Value
IEC 61131-2 (input type)
Type 3
Reaction time
<16.2 ms
Pulse Test Output
Output type
Current sourcing
Number of sources (T0, T1M, T2, T3M)
4
Test output current (each output point)
0.7 A max
Aggregate current of test outputs per
module
2.8 A @ 40 °C (104 °F)
1734-IB8S temperature versus current
derating for both horizontal and vertical
installations
2.8 A
2.0 A
-20 °C
(-4 °F)
40 °C
(104 °F)
55 °C
(131 °F)
Residual voltage, max
1.2V
Output leakage current, max
0.1 mA
Short circuit protection
Yes
Current, max
(when used to control muting lamp)
25 mA
(to avoid fault when used as a muted lamp
output)
Current, min
(when used to control muting lamp)
5 mA
(at which fault indication is generated when
used as a muted lamp output)
1734-IE4S – Safety Analog Input Module Specifications
Attribute
Specification
Safety Analog Input
Inputs per module
4 single-ended
Input type
Software-configurable for voltage, current, or tachometer
Input voltage mode ranges
±5V, ±10V, 0…5V, 0…10V
Input current mode ranges
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA
Input tachometer mode ranges 0…24V with configurable ON and OFF thresholds in 1V
increments
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1734-IE4S – Safety Analog Input Module Specifications
Attribute
Specification
Voltage code range
Bipolar modes: -32768/+32767
Unipolar modes: 0/+32767
Current code range
(4…20 mA mode)
-8192…32767
Tachometer code range
0…1000
Voltage overrange thresholds
@ ±10V: 10.0V
@0 …10V: 10.0V
Voltage underrange thresholds @ ±10V: -10.0V
@0 …10V: 0.5V
@±5V: 5.0V
@0…5V: 5.0V
@±5V: -5.0V
@0…5V: 0.25V
Current overrange thresholds
@ 0…20 mA: 20.0 mA @4…20 mA: 20.0 mA
Current underrange thresholds
@ 0…20 mA: 0.5 mA
Tachometer frequency range
1…1000 Hz
Tachometer overrange
threshold
1 kHz
ADC resolution
12 bits
Filter
Single-pole anti-aliasing filter:
@4…20 mA: 4.0 mA
• Filter frequency = 10 Hz
followed by four-pole digital filter
Available corner frequencies, approx.
• 1 Hz
• 10 Hz
• 5 Hz
• 50 Hz
Step response to 63%
(approx.)
Filter frequency @ 1 Hz = 450 ms
Filter frequency @ 5 Hz = 125 ms
Filter frequency @ 10 Hz = 72 ms
Filter frequency @ 50 Hz = 25 ms
Normal mode rejection
Filter frequency @
1 Hz:
Filter frequency @
10 Hz:
• 3 dB @ 0.7 Hz
• 3 dB @ 4.8 Hz
• 70 dB @ 50 Hz
• 50 dB @ 50 Hz
• 70 dB @ 60 Hz
• 50 dB @ 60 Hz
Filter frequency @
5 Hz:
Filter frequency @
50 Hz:
• 3 dB @ 2.6 Hz
• 3 dB @ 10.2 Hz
• 70 dB @ 50 Hz
• 20 dB @ 50 Hz
• 70 dB @ 60 Hz
• 20 dB @ 60 Hz
Voltage mode input impedance > 200K Ohms
Current mode input impedance <100 Ohms
Tachometer mode input
impedance
> 200K Ohms
Data value format
16-bit, two’s complement
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1734-IE4S – Safety Analog Input Module Specifications
Attribute
Specification
Accuracy
Voltage mode
@ 25° C [77° F]: ±0.5% full
scale
Drift: ±0.02% full scale/°C
Current mode
@ 25° C [77° F]: ±0.6% full
scale
Drift: ±0.03% full scale/°C
Tachometer mode
@ 25° C [77° F]: ±2% gain error
drift: ±0.1%/°C additional gain
error, due to temperature
Example for a module at 100 Hz
and 55 °C: Accuracy = 100 Hz x
(0.02 + (0.001 x (55-25))) = 100
Hz x (0.02 + 0.03) = ±5 Hz error
Calibration
Factory-calibrated; no user-calibration
Maximum overload on inputs
±30V
I/O scan rate
> 6 ms
Wire type
Shielded on signal ports
POINTBus
Field power input
19.2…28.8V DC, 65 mA, Class 2
Sensor Output
Output type
Sensor power supply, 24V DC
Rated output current per point
150 mA max. per output @ 55°C (131 °F)
On-state voltage drop
< 0.5V
Leakage current, max
< 0.1 mA
Over current detection
Yes
Open load detection
Yes
Aggregate current of sensor
outputs per module
600 mA
Terminal base screw torque
See terminal base specifications
Step Response and Filter Response for 1734-IE4S Modules
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Step Response to 63%
Corner Frequency-3 dB
50 Hz
~ 25 ms
10.2 Hz
10 Hz
~ 72 ms
4.75 Hz
5 Hz
~ 125 ms
2.62 Hz
1 Hz
~ 450 ms
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Environmental Specifications
Attribute
Value
Temperature,
operating
IEC 60068-2-1 (Test Ad, Operating Cold),
IEC 60068-2-2 (Test Bd, Operating Dry Heat),
IEC 60068-2-14 (Test Nb, Operating Thermal Shock):
-20…55 °C (-4…131 °F)(1)
Temperature,
nonoperating
IEC 60068-2-1 (Test Ab, Unpackaged Nonoperating Cold),
IEC 60068-2-2 (Test Bb, Unpackaged Nonoperating Dry Heat),
IEC 60068-2-14 (Test Na, Unpackaged Nonoperating Thermal
Shock):
-40…85 °C (-40…185 °F)
Temperature,
surrounding air, max
55 °C (131 °F)(1)
Relative humidity
IEC 60068-2-30 (Test Db, Unpackaged Damp Heat):
5…95% noncondensing
Vibration
IEC 60068-2-6, (Test Fc, Operating)
5 g @ 10…500 Hz
Shock, operating
IEC 60068-2-27 (Test Ea, Unpackaged Shock)
30 g
Shock, nonoperating
IEC 60068-2-27 (Test Ea, Unpackaged Shock)
50 g
Emissions
CISPR 11:Group 1, Class A
ESD immunity
IEC 61000-4-2:
6 kV contact discharges
8 kV air discharges
Radiated RF immunity
IEC 61000-4-3:
10V/m with 1kHz sine-wave 80% from 80…2000 MHz
10V/m with 200 Hz 50% Pulse 100%AM @ 900 MHz
10V/m with 200 Hz 50% Pulse 100%AM @ 1890 MHz
3V/m with 1 kHz sine-wave 80%AM from 2000…2700 MHz
EFT/B immunity
IEC 61000-4-4:
±3 kV @ 5 kHz on power ports
±3 kV @ 5 kHz on signal ports
Surge transient
immunity
IEC 61000-4-5:
±1 kV line-line (DM) and ±2 kV line-earth (CM) on power ports
±2 kV line-earth (CM) on shielded ports
Conducted RF
immunity
IEC 61000-4-6:
10V rms with 1 kHz sine-wave 80%AM from 150 kHz…80 MHz
(1)
Refer to System Temperature Derating When a 1734-IE4S Module Is Used on page 46.
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System Temperature Derating When a 1734-IE4S Module Is Used
1.2 W/cm
(3 W /in.)
0.8W/cm
(2 W /in.)
-20°C
(-4 °F)
40°C
(104 °F)
55°C
(131°F)
1734-OB8S – Technical Specifications
Attribute
Value
Safety Output
Outputs per module
8
Output type
Current sourcing
Output current (each output point), max
1A
Residual voltage (drop)
<0.6V
Leakage current, max
0.1 mA
Short-circuit detection
Yes (short high and low and cross-circuit fault
detect)
Short-circuit protection
Electronic
Aggregate current of outputs per module
8 A (4 A per terminal base) @ 40 °C (104 °F)
1734-OB8S temperature versus current
derating for both horizontal and vertical
installations
8A
6A
4A
-20 °C
(-4 °F)
Reaction time
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40 °C
(104 °F)
55 °C
(131 °F)
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1734-IB8S, 1734-OB8S, 1734-IE4S – Technical Specifications
Attribute
1734-IB8S
1734-OB8S
1734-IE4S
POINTBus current, max
175 mA
190 mA
110 mA @ 5V
Power dissipation, max
2.44 W
3.02 W
2.2 W
Thermal dissipation
8.34 BTU/hrr
10.32 BTU/hr
7.5 BTU/hr
Isolation voltage
50V (continuous), Basic Insulation Type between field
side and system
No isolation between individual channels
Type tested @ 707V DC for 60 s
Power bus, operating supply
voltage, nom
24V DC
POINTBus
50V continuous- basic Insulation Type,
I/O and field power to system
Type tested @ 500V AC for 60 seconds.
No isolation between individual I/O or I/O to
field power.
Power bus, operating voltage 19.2…28.8V DC
range
Input filter time, OFF to ON(1)
0…126 ms (in 6 ms increments)
Input filter time, ON to OFF(1)
Terminal base screw torque
See terminal base specifications
Indicators
1 yellow lock status indicator
1 green/yellow power status indicator
8 I/O channel status indicators
(1)
4 analog input (yellow/red)
4 sensor power (green/red)
1 power (green/yellow)
Input off-to-on filter time is the time from a valid input signal to recognition by the module. Input on-to-off time is the time from a valid input signal to recognition by the
module.
1734-IB8S, 1734-OB8S, and 1734-IE4S Physical Specifications
Attribute
Value
Keyswitch positions
(left and right)
1734-IB8S: Key 1 = 8 (left); Key 2 = 1 (right)
1734-OB8S: Key 1 = 8 (left); Key 2 = 2 (right)
1734-IE4S: Key 1 = 8 (left); Key 2 = 3 (right)
Terminal base unit
1734-TB, 1734-TBS, 1734-TOP, 1734-TOPS, 1734-TOP3,
1734-TOP3S
Pilot duty rating
Not rated (1734-OB8S and 1734-IE4S)
North America temp code
T4 (1734-OB8S and 1734-IB8S)
T4A (1734-IE4S)
IEC temp code
T4
Enclosure type rating
None (open-style)
Wiring category(1)
2 – on signal ports (1734-IB8S, 1734-OB8S, 1734-IE4S)
1 – on power ports (1734-IE4S only)
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1734-IB8S, 1734-OB8S, and 1734-IE4S Physical Specifications
Attribute
Value
Wire size
Determined by installed terminal block.
Weight, approx.
62.4 g (2.2 oz) – 1734-IB8S and 1734-OB8S
68 g (2.4 oz) – 1734-IE4S
Dimensions (HxWxD), approx.
(without terminal block)
77 x 24 x 55 mm
(3.03 x 0.94 x 2.17 in.)
(1)
POINT I/O Accessories
Use this conductor category information for planning conductor routing. Refer to the Industrial Automation
Wiring and Grounding Guidelines, publication 1770-4.1.
POINT I/O Marker Card
The POINT I/O Marker Card is available under catalog number
1492-SM5X5. Each kit contains five 12.7 x 12.7 cm (5 x 5 in.) cards with 100
markers per card. You can enter text on the marker cards using different font
sizes and text widths; you can print multiple lines on one marker card; you can
even print common symbols.
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POINTBus Extension Cable
45219
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
TxD
TxD
TxD
TxD
TxD
TxD
TxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Module
Status
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
Network
Status
Mode
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
RS232
ASCII
TxD
TxD
TxD
TxD
TxD
TxD
TxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
RxD
45220
The POINT I/O POINTBus Extension Cable is available in 1 meter and
3 meter lengths as:
• 1734-EXT1; 1 meter extension
• 1734-EXT3; 3 meter extension
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Select a Terminal Base Assembly
Step 3 - Select:
• the appropriate terminal base unit for your module
Terminal Base Assembly............................................................. page 51
One-piece Terminal Bases .......................................................... page 53
The POINT I/O system follows a No Tools design approach. The I/O
mounting base, removable terminal block (RTB), and I/O module may be
assembled as a system without tools.
Terminal Base Assembly
The POINT I/O mounting base mounts directly on the DIN-rail, either
vertically or horizontally, and forms the interconnect for the POINTBus
backplane communication and field power-bus distribution. The mechanical
keying of the mounting base prevents incorrect module placement. The I/O
mounting base and removable terminal block are sold together
(pre-assembled) as a single unit called a Terminal Base Assembly.
The pins on the 1734-TB terminal base assembly are independent of each
other. The connections for the 1734-TB and 1734-TB3 are determined by the
1734 module being used.
Terminal Base Pins
1734-TB, -TBS, -TOP, -TOPS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
45217
1734-TB3, -TB3S, -TOP3, -TOP3S
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
45218
Pins 4, 5, 8, and 9 are connected together.
Pins 6, 7, 10, and 11 are connected together.
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Each assembly includes a removable terminal block (RTB) provides 8 or 12
separate terminal locations for field wiring. The RTB also provides vertical
access to wire and screw terminations. A separate terminal point is provided
for each wire, including a shield ground terminal point for 2-point analog
modules.
POINT I/O Removable Terminal Base Assembly
A
B
45103
Each terminal base assembly includes a base (A) that mounts onto the DIN-rail and a removable
terminal block (B) for I/O wiring.
Once the RTB is wired properly, you never need to rewire terminations. The
RTB separates independently of the I/O mounting base and I/O module to
facilitate rapid installation and commissioning of the system. Each terminal is
numbered on the bottom of the RTB to simplify troubleshooting during
commissioning or maintenance cycles. Spare or replacement RTBs can be
ordered separate from the terminal base assembly.
Terminal Base Assemblies
Terminal Base
Assembly
Cat. No.
Description
Terminal Base
Screw Torque
Replacement
RTB
Cat. No.
1734-TB
Mounting base with 8-terminal
cage-clamp RTB
0.6 Nm
(7 lb-in)
1734-RTB
1734-TBS
Mounting base with 8-terminal
spring-clamp RTB
1734-RTBS
1734-TB3
Mounting base with 12-terminal
cage-clamp RTB
1734-RTB3
1734-TB3S
Mounting base with 12-terminal
spring-clamp RTB
1734-RTB3S
1734-TBCJC(1)
Mounting base with cold-junction
compensation RTB
(1)
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0.5…0.6 Nm
(5…7 lb-in)
1734-RTBCJC(1)
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The POINT I/O one-piece terminal base is a mounting base with an
integrated terminal block.
POINT I/O One-piece Terminal Base
1734 One-piece Terminal Bases
Cat. No.
Description
Terminal Base
Screw Torque
1734-TOP
8-terminal screw-clamp terminal base
1734-TOPS
8-terminal spring-clamp terminal base
0.6 Nm
(7 lb-in)
1734-TOP3
12-terminal screw-clamp terminal base
1734-TOP3S
12-terminal spring-clamp terminal base
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Select a Power Supply Unit
Step 4 - Select:
• the appropriate power unit
POINT I/O Communication Adapters ................................... page 55
Expansion Power Supplies.......................................................... page 56
Field Power Distributor............................................................... page 59
Power units are divided into three categories:
• Communication adapter with built-in power supply (DC-DC)
• Expansion power supply
• Field power distributor
POINT I/O Communication
Adapters
POINT I/O communication adapters have built-in POINTBus power
supplies. All POINT I/O modules are powered from the POINTBus
backplane by either an adapter or expansion power supply.
1734 Communication Adapters Power Specifications
1734-AENT(R)
1734-ACNR
1734-PDN
1734-ADN(X)
1734-APB
Input voltage, nom
24V DC
24V DC
24V DC
24V DC
24V DC
Input voltage range
10…28.8V DC
10…28.8V DC
11…25V DC
DeviceNet
specification
10…28.8V DC
10…28.8V DC
Field side power
requirements
400 mA @ 24V
DC (+20% =
28.8V DC)
425 mA @ 24V
DC (+20% =
28.8V DC)
400 mA @ 24V
DC (+4% = 25V
DC)
400 mA @ 24V
DC (+20% =
28.8V DC)
400 mA @ 24V
DC (+20% =
28.8V DC
Inrush current
6 A for 10 ms
6 A for 10 ms
6 A for 5 ms
6 A for 10 ms
6 A for 10 ms
POINTBus current (mA)
700(1)
1000(2)
1300(3)
1000(2)
1000(2)
Power consumption at 24V
4.5 W
8.0 W
8.0 W
8.0 W
8.0 W
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1734 Communication Adapters Power Specifications
1734-AENT(R)
1734-ACNR
1734-PDN
1734-ADN(X)
1734-APB
Power dissipation, max
2.8 W @ 28.8V
2.8 W @ 28.8V
1.2 W @ 25V
2.8 W @ 28.8V
2.8 W @ 28.8V
Input overvoltage protection
Reverse polarity protected
Interruption
Output voltage will stay within
specifications when input drops out
for 10 ms @ 10V with max load.
—
Output voltage will stay within
specifications when input drops out
for 10 ms @ 10V with max load.
(1)
700 mA when input voltage < 17V DC.
(2)
1000 mA @ 5V DC ±5% (4.75…5.25V).
(3)
1300 mA @ 5V DC ±5% (4.75…5.25V).
Expansion Power Supplies
The 1734-EP24DC or 1734-EPAC expansion power supplies provides two
services:
• Breaks the field power distribution at the left of the power supply
(1734-EP24DC or 1734-EPAC) from the field power distribution to the
right of the power supply (1734-EP24DC or 1734-EPAC)
• Adds an additional 1.3 A of current to the POINTBus for I/O modules
to the right of the power supply (1734-EP24DC or 1734-EPAC)
The expansion power unit maintains the integrity of the POINT I/O
backplane by not interrupting the POINTBus data.
The 1734-EP24DC expansion power unit passes 24V DC field power on the
POINTBus backplane to the I/O modules to the right of it. The 1734-EPAC
expansion power unit passes 120/240V AC field power on the POINTBus
backplane to the I/O modules to the right of it. These units extend the
backplane bus power and creates a new field voltage partition segment for
driving field devices for up to 17 I/O modules. The expansion power units
separate field power from I/O modules to the left of the unit, effectively
providing functional and logical partitioning for:
• separating field power between input and output modules.
• separating field power to the analog and digital modules.
• grouping modules to perform a specific task or function.
You can use multiple expansion power units with the 1734-ADN,
1734-ADNX, 1734-ACNR, 1734-AENT, and 1734-APB communication
adapters to assemble a full system. For instance, if you are using the
1734-ADN adapter, you can use a 1734-EP24DC or 1734-EPAC expansion
power unit to add additional modules.
For example, if you have a 36 module system with a 1734-ADN adapter, you
have to add at least two or more 1734-EP24DC or 1734-EPAC expansion
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power units to provide more POINTBus current for modules to the right of
the supply.
• 24…5V DC converter (1734-EP24DC)
120/240V AC to 5V DC converter (1734-EPAC)
• 1.3 A, 5V DC output (extend backplane power)
• Starts new voltage distribution
• Partitioning
• Dark-gray color for easy visual inspection and identification
You can use the 1734-EP24DC or 1734-EPAC expansion power supply only
with POINT I/O adapters. Do not use it with the 1734-PDN or 1734D series
communication interfaces.
1734 Expansion Power Supplies Technical Specifications
1734-EP24DC
1734-EPAC
Field side power requirements, max
400 mA @ 24V DC (+20% = 28.8V DC max)
200 mA @ 120V AC, 100 mA @ 240V AC
Inrush current, max
6 A for 10 ms
2 A for 6 ms
POINTBus output current rating
Horizontal mounting:
1 A @ 5V DC for 10…19.2V input
1.3 A @ 5V DC for 19.2…28.8V input
Horizontal DIN rail mounting: 1.3 A @ 5.2V DC
Vertical DIN rail mounting: 1.0 A @ 5.2V DC
Vertical mounting:
1 A @ 5V DC for 10…28.8V input
Overvoltage protection, inputs
Reverse polarity protected
MOV and fuse protected
PowersSupply interruption
protection
Output voltage will stay within specifications
when input drops out for 10 ms @ 10V with
max load
Output voltage will stay within specifications when
input drops out for 10 ms @ 85V with max load
Power supply input voltage, nom
24V DC
120/240V AC
Operating voltage range
10…28.8V DC
85…264V AC
Power consumption, max
9.8 W @ 28.8V DC
15.1 W @ 264V AC
Power dissipation, max
3.0 W @ 28.8V DC
8.4 W @ 264V AC
Thermal dissipation, max
10.0 BTU/hr @ 28.8V DC
28.7 BTU/hr @ 264V AC
Isolation voltage
50V (continuous), Basic Insulation Type
Type tested at 2600V DC for 60 s, User power
to system, User power to Chassis ground,
system to Chassis ground
264V (continuous), Reinforced Insulation Type
Type tested @ 3250V DC for 60 s, User power to
system
Field power supply voltage range
10…28.8V DC
120…240V AC
Field power supply current, max
10 A
10 A
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1734-EP24DC Current Derating for Mounting
1.3
1.0 Horizontal: 1 A @ 10…19.2V; 1.3 A @ 19.2…28.8V
Current
Vertical: 1 A @ 10…28.8V
.0.5
10
19.2
Voltage
28.8
1734-EPAC Current Derating for Mounting
1.3
1.0
Current (A)
Horizontal: 1.3 A
Vertical: 1 A
0.5
10
120
Voltage
Example of Continuing Power to Field Devices
DC
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Example of Logical Partitioning
DC
DC
Example of Functional Partitioning
DC
DC
Field Power Distributor
The 1734-FPD breaks the field power distribution at the left of the 1734-FPD
from the field power distribution to the right of the 1734-FPD.
You can use the 1734-FPD field power distributor with a broad range of
voltage inputs including 5…125V DC and 24…240V AC applications and I/O
modules.
• Field-side voltage distribution module
• AC or DC input
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•
•
•
For use with all communication interfaces
Partitioning (auxiliary power, major motion, or minor motion)
Starts new voltage distribution point
No backplane bus power extension (12 modules maximum) when using
the 1734-PDN communication interface as it doesn’t add power to the
POINTBus backplane
The 1734-FPD field power distributor passes through all POINT I/O
backplane signals, but does not provide additional POINTBus backplane
power. The field power distributor gives you the ability to change the field
power distribution source for I/O modules to the right of the 1734-FPD field
power distributor. This facilitates logical or functional partitioning of
low-channel count, high I/O-mix applications using any of the
communication adapters.
Use the 1734-FPD field power distributor to isolate field power segments.
1734-FPD Technical Specifications
1734-FPD
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Field side power requirements, max
—
Inrush current, max
—
POINTBus output current rating
—
Overvoltage protection, inputs
—
Power supply interruption protection
—
Power supply input voltage, nom
12V/24V DC
120V/220V AC
Operating voltage range
10…28.8V DC
120V/240V AC
Power consumption, max
—
Power dissipation, max
—
Thermal dissipation, max
—
Isolation voltage
250V (continuous), Basic Insulation Type
Type tested @ 2600V DC for 60 s, User power to
system, User power to Chassis ground, system to
Chassis ground
Field power supply voltage range
10…28.8V DC,
120…264V AC
Field power supply current, max
10 A
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Wiring Using a 1734-FPD to Create a New AC Device Power Bus
Wiring Using a 1734-FPD to Create a New Analog Device Power Bus
DC
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DC
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Mounting Requirements
Step 5 - Select:
• appropriate number of DIN rails based on the number of modules
and the physical requirements
Power Supply Distance Rating ................................................... page 63
Mount the POINT I/O System................................................. page 64
The producer/consumer model multicasts messages. This means that multiple
nodes can consume the same data at the same time from a single device.
Where you place POINT I/O modules in the control system determines how
the modules exchange data.
For a Rockwell Automation controller to control 1734 I/O, the I/O must be
on one of the following:
• the same network as the controller.
• a ControlNet network that is local to that controller.
• an EtherNet/IP network that is local to that controller.
Power Supply Distance
Rating
Place modules to the right of the power supply. Each 1734 I/O module can be
placed in any of the slots right of the power supply until the usable backplane
current of that supply has been exhausted. An adapter provides 1000 mA
current to the POINTBus backplane. The 1734-EP24DC or 1734-EPAC
Expansion power supply provides up to 1300 mA. I/O modules require from
75 mA (typical for the digital and analog I/O modules) up to 220 mA or more.
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Use the following table to plan the maximum size layout of your POINT I/O
system.
Maximum Size Layout
POINTBus current
No. of I/O Modules
with 24V DC
Backplane Current
(@ 75 mA each), max
No. of I/O Modules
with Expansion
Power Supplies,
max
No. of I/O Module
Connections, max
1734-PDN on
DeviceNet network
1300 mA
Up to 17
Expansion power
supply not allowed
Not to exceed scanner
capacity
1734-ADN(X) on
DeviceNet network
1000 mA
Up to 13
63
Not to exceed scanner
capacity
1734-ACNR on
ControlNet network
1000 mA
Up to 13
63
5 rack and 25 direct
1734-AENT on
EtherNet/IP network
1000 mA
Up to 13
63
31 total connections
(reduced to 20 with
safety connections
present) including
5 rack/enhanced rack
1734-APB on
PROFIBUS network
1000 mA
Up to 13
63
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capacity
1734-EP24DC
Expansion Power
Horizontal mounting:
Up to 17
1000 mA @ 5V DC for 10…19.2V
1300 mA @ 5V DC for 19.2…28.8V
63
Not to exceed scanner
capacity
Vertical mounting:
1000 mA @ 5V DC for 10…28.8V
Up to 17
63
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capacity
Horizontal mounting:
1300 mA@ 5.2V DC
Up to 17
63
Not to exceed scanner
capacity
Vertical mounting:
1000 MA @ 5.2V DC
Up to 17
63
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capacity
1734-EPAC
Expansion Power
Mount the POINT I/O
System
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Mount the POINT I/O system on a DIN rail in the horizontal or vertical
orientation. Use steel, 35 x 75.5 mm DIN rails (Cat. No. 199-DR1; 46277-3;
EN 50022). The DIN rails for all POINT I/O system components must be
mounted on a common, conductive surface to ensure proper electro-magnetic
interference (EMI) performance. Secure DIN rail approximately every
200 mm (7.87 in).
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Approximate Mounting Dimensions
POINT I/O with 1734-PDN Mounting Dimensions
Allow a 25.4 mm (1.0 in)
air gap all around
133.4 mm
(5.25 in)
1734-PDN (H x W x L)
7.62 x 25.4 x 133.4 mm
(3.00 x 1.00 x 5.25 in)
1734-FDN (H x W x L)
7.62 x 25.4 x 133.4 mm
(3.00 x 1.00 x 5.25 in)
IMPORTANT
1734-TB or 1734-TBS with I/O (H x W x L)
65 x 12 x 133.4 mm
(2.56 x 0.47 x 5.25 in)
When mounting the 1734-IB8S, 1734-OB8S, and 1734-IE4S
modules, ensure that there is 2 in. of clearance space above the
POINT rail.
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POINT I/O with 1734-ADN(X), 1734-ACNR, 1734-AENT, 1734-APB Mounting
Dimensions
Allow a 25.4 mm (1.0 in)
air gap all around
133.4 mm
(5.25 in)
1734-ADN (H x W x L)
7.62 x 54.9 x 133.4 mm
(3.00 x 2.16 x 5.25 in)
1734-EP24DC or 1734-FPD (H x W x L)
7.62 x 25.4 x 133.4 mm
(3.00 x 1.00 x 5.25 in)
IMPORTANT
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65 x 12 x 133.4 mm
(2.56 x 0.47 x 5.25 in)
When mounting the 1734-IB8S, 1734-OB8S, and 1734-IE4S
modules, ensure that there is 2 in. of clearance space above the
POINT rail.
Chapter
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Related Documentation
These documents contain additional information concerning related Rockwell
Automation products.
You can view or download publications at
http://literature.rockwellautomation.com. To order paper copies of technical
documentation, contact your local Rockwell Automation distributor or sales
representative.
Cat. No.
General Information
Description
DeviceNet Media (Media, Sensors and Distributed I/O) Catalog Guide
DeviceNet Adapter Quick Start
ControlNet Media
EtherNet/IP Performance and Application Guide
Industrial Automation Wiring and Grounding Guidelines
Allen-Bradley Terminal Marking System Product Profile
Communication
Interfaces
1734-ADN(X)
POINT I/O DeviceNet Adapter Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN026
POINT I/O DeviceNet Adapter Module User Manual, publication 1734-UM002
1734-PDN
POINT I/O DeviceNet Communication Interface Module Installation Instructions,
publication 1734-IN057
1734-AENT
POINT I/O Ethernet Adapter Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN590
POINT I/O EtherNet/IP Communication Adapter Module User Manual,
publication 1734-UM011
1734-AENTR
POINT I/O 2 Port EtherNet/IP Adapter Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN040
POINT I/O 2 Port EtherNet/IP Adapter Installation Instructions, publication 1734-UM014
1734-ACNR
POINT I/O ControlNet Adapter Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN582
POINT I/O ControlNet Adapter User Manual, publication 1734-UM008
1734-APB
POINT I/O PROFIBUS Adapter Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN014
POINT I/O PROFIBUS Adapter Module User Manual, publication 1734-UM005
Digital and Analog
1734 Series
POINT I/O Digital and Analog Modules User Manual, publication 1734-UM001
4 Channel IO-Link
Master
1734-4IOL
POINT I/O 4 Channel IO-Link Master Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN043
POINT I/O 4 Channel IO-Link Master Module User Manual, publication 1734-UM020
AC
1734-IA2
1734-IA4
120V AC 2 Input Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN010
1734-IM2
1734-IM4
220V AC 2 Input Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN008
1734-OA2
1734-OA4
120/220V AC 2 Output Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN009
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DC
Analog
Serial Interface
Modules
Cat. No.
Description
1734-IB2
1734-IB4
1734-IB8
24V DC 2, 4, or 8 Input Sink Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN051
1734-IB4D
POINT I/O 24V DC 4-Channel Discrete Input Module Installation Instructions,
publication 1734-IN029
1734-IV2
1734-IV4
1734-IV8
24V DC 2, 4, or 8 Input Source Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN052
1734-OB2E
1734-OB4E
1734-OB8E
POINT I/O Protected Output Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN056
1734-OB2EP
POINT I/O Protected Output Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN586
1734-OB2
1734-OB4
1734-OB8
POINT I/O Protected Output Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN018
1734-OV2E
1734-OV4E
1734-OV8E
POINT I/O Protected Sink Output Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN585
1734-IE2C
1734-IE2V
POINT I/O 2 Current and 2 Voltage Input Analog Modules Installation Instructions,
publication 1734-IN027
1734-IE4C
POINT I/O 4 Channel High Density Current Input Module Installation Instructions
publication 1734-IN032
1734-IE8C
POINT I/O 8 Channel High Density Current Input Module Installation Instructions
publication 1734-IN033
1734-OE2C
1734-OE2V
24V DC Analog 2 Channel Current Output Module Installation Instructions,
publication 1734-IN002
1734-OE4C
POINT I/O 4 Channel Analog Current Output Module Installation Instructions,
publication 1734-IN034
1734-IR2
1734-IR2E
1734-IT2I
POINT I/O RTD and Isolated Thermocouple Input Modules Installation Instructions,
publication 1734-IN011
1734-232ASC/ RS-232, -422, and -485 ASCII Modules Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN388
1734-485ASC
RS-232, -422, and -485 ASCII Modules User Manual, publication 1734-UM009
1734-SSI
Synchronous Serial Interface Module with Absolute Encoder Installation Instructions,
publication 1734-IN581
Synchronous Serial Interface Module with Absolute Encoder User Manual,
publication 1734-UM007
1734-IK
1734-IJ
5V and 24V Encoder/Counter Modules Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN005
5V and 24V Encoder/Counter Module User Manual, publication 1734-UM006
1734-VHSC5
1734-VHSC24
5V and 24V DC Very High Speed Counter Module Installation Instructions,
publication 1734-IN003
5V and 24V DC Very High Speed Counter Module User Manual, publication 1734-UM003
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Related Documentation
Bases
Power Units
Safety
Cat. No.
Description
1734-TB,
1734-TBS
Wiring Base Assembly with 8 Point Cage-Clamp Removable Terminal Block Installation
Instructions, publication 1734-IN511
1734-TBS,
1734-TB3S,
1734-RTBS,
1734-RTB3S
Wiring Base Assembly with 12 Point Cage-Clamp Removable Terminal Block Installation
Instructions, publication 1734-IN013
1734-TOP,
1734-TOPS,
1734-TOP3,
1734-TOP3S
POINT I/O One-piece Terminal Bases Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN028
1734-TBCJC
Cold Junction Compensation Wiring Base Assembly Installation Instructions,
publication 1734-IN583
1734-FPD
Field Potential Distributor Module Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN059
1734-EP24DC
24V DC Expansion Power Supply Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN058
1734-EPAC
120/240V AC Expansion Power Supply Installation Instructions, publication 1734-IN017
1734-IB8S,
1734-OB8S,
1734-IE4S
POINT Guard I/O Safety Modules Installation and User Manual, publication 1734-UM013
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