1000 Programmable Controllers and Hand Held Programmer

1000 Programmable Controllers and Hand Held Programmer
ALLEN-BRADLEY
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers
and HandHeld Programmer
(Catalog Numbers 1761-L16AWA, -L16BWA, -L32AWA,
-L32BWA, -L16BBB, -L32BBB, -L16BWB, -L32BWB,
-L32AAA, and 1761-HHP-B30)
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MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers
and HandHeld Programmer
Benefits
The MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller from AllenBradley is the
micro controller that is just right for your application. These controllers offer
you product breadth, outstanding performance, superior reliability, and
Allen-Bradley quality.
The MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller family offers a full line of micro
controllers. The controllers are available in two I/O sizes and five electrical
configurations to meet your application needs. The controllers are either AC
or DC powered with AC or DC inputs. Available outputs include relay
outputs for controlling AC or DC loads, triac outputs for controlling AC
loads, or MOSFET outputs for controlling DC loads.
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers are designed using the latest
technology, providing outstanding performance to keep your application
running smoothly. Execution speed, I/O flexibility, and development tool
diagnostics all contribute to make the MicroLogix 1000 Programmable
Controller family your first choice when deciding on a control system.
Designed and tested for a variety of applications, the MicroLogix 1000
Programmable Controller family provides superior reliability and will stand up
to your daily routine. The MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers and
development tools are constructed with state of the art manufacturing
techniques such as single board construction and double-sided surface
mounting; minimizing the number of parts, reducing size, and increasing
reliability.
The MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller family adheres to AllenBradley
quality standards. Over 90 years of Allen-Bradley manufacturing, sales, and
support experience go into each MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller
and development tool.
What's Inside...
Overview of the MicroLogix 1000
Programmable Controller Family
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable
Controllers Operating Features
Development Tools
Operator Interface
Programming Instructions
Calculating Controller Memory
Usage
Calculating Program Execution
Time
Support
MicroLogix 1000 User
Documentation
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable
Controllers Specifications
HandHeld Programmer
Specifications
MicroView Operator Interface
Specifications
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Overview of the MicroLogix
1000 Programmable
Controller Family
The MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller family offers you several
types of controllers, three development tools, and one operator interface to
meet your control needs in a variety of application segments including:
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building controls
cutting tools
civil engineering
custom machinery
farm equipment
fluid handling
food processing
furnaces, burners, and dryers
general industrial machinery
material handling
metal working
packaging machinery
specialized industrial machinery
transportation
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers
The MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers are designed to
electronically control your application. The controllers are available in either
16 I/O points (10 inputs and 6 outputs) or 32 I/O points (20 inputs and 12
outputs) in 5 electrical configurations. The I/O options and electrical
configurations make them ideal for almost any application.
The controllers are programmed in familiar ladder logic. This symbolic
programming language is based on relay ladder wiring diagrams that
simplify the creation and troubleshooting of your control program. The
comprehensive instruction set includes simple bit, timer, and counter
instructions as well as powerful application instructions such as sequencers,
high-speed counter, and shift registers.
Development Tools
To get your application running smoothly, you need a quick and simple way
to program your controller. The MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller
family offers you two software packages and one diagnostic hand-held
programmer to help you accomplish this task.
Operator Interface
The MicroView Operator Interface enables you to monitor and control your
application with a combination of large memory capacity, flexible file
addressing, user-defined function keys, and an easy-to-read display. Contact
your local Allen-Bradley distributor for more information concerning the
MicroView Operator Interface and accessories.
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MicroLogix 1000
Programmable Controllers
Operating Features
The MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers’ list of impressive
hardware, memory, and processing features makes this family of controllers
the ideal choice for applications under 32 I/O. The features include:
Hardware Features
• Two I/O point sizes (i.e., 16 and 32 I/O). Covers a breadth of
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applications.
Five electrical configurations. Offers you a controller that meets your
electrical requirements:
– 24V dc inputs and relay outputs with a 120/240V ac power supply
– 120V ac inputs and relay outputs with a 120/240V ac power supply
– 24V dc inputs and relay outputs with a 24V dc power supply
– 24V dc inputs and 24V dc FET and relay outputs with a 24V dc power
supply
– 120V ac inputs and triac and relay outputs with a 120/240V ac power
supply
five output commons on relay output units and three on MOSFET units
(at least two isolated relays per controller). Allows outputs on the same
unit to switch different control voltages.
multiple input commons. Allows the controller with DC inputs to accept
sink and source type sensors.
compact size. Enables the MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller to fit
in tight spaces.
adjustable DC input filters. Allows you to customize your input response
time to various applications. Refer to page 19 for a listing of the
adjustable DC input filter settings.
built-in sensor DC power supply on AC powered units. Eliminates the
need for an external DC power supply in many applications.
RS-232 communication channel. Allows you to connect the controller
directly to your personal computer or telephone modem.
auto-ranging AC power supply. Allows you to install the MicroLogix
1000 Programmable Controller in virtually any application worldwide.
OEM protection. Allows you to protect proprietary algorithms, prevent
program alterations, and stop unauthorized access to the controller.
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Horizontally positioned input (top) and output (bottom) terminals. Allows for easy hookup.
Easily accessible mounting holes. Allows for quick installation.
RS232 channel. Allows for easy connectivity with your programming device.
Centrally located LEDs. Makes diagnostics easier to perform.
Centrally located DIN rail. Allows for quick installation.
Memory Features
• built-in EEPROM memory. Retains your program and all of your data if
your controller loses power, eliminating the need for battery or capacitor
backup.
• optimized 1K user memory capacity. Provides ample memory to meet
your application needs including:
– over 735 word application program
– more than 250 data words comprised of 512 bits, 40 timers, 32
counters, 16 controls, 105 integers, and 33 diagnostic registers
• comprehensive instruction set. Allows you to develop a program using
over 65 programming instructions from the following categories:
– bit
– timer/counter
– comparison
– math
– data handling
– program flow
– application specific (e.g., sequencer, shift register, and FIFO/LIFO)
– high-speed counter
• efficient instructions. Condenses multiple rungs into a single instruction.
For example, a drum sequencer only requires 2 instruction words.
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Processing Features
• superior high-speed counter. Offers immediate control of program
outputs since the high-speed counter operates independent of the program
scan. In addition, the high-speed counter provides:
– high count frequency of 6.6 kHz
– eight operating modes including up count, bi-directional, and
quadrature
– interrupt latency of less than 1ms
• fast throughput. Allows for typical throughput time of 1.5 ms for a 500
instruction program.À Throughput is the time it takes for the controller to
sense an input to the time of controlling a corresponding output. To
calculate your program execution time, refer to page 16.
MicroLogix 1000 Operating Cycle
During these portions of the operating cycle:
Input Scan
The On/Off status of the input devices are read from the inputs and
written into the input image table.
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Output Scan
The On/Off status in the output image table is sent to the outputs to turn
physical devices On and Off.
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The status of contacts in the program is determined from the
I/O tables.
Instructions are executed.
New status of output coils and registers are written to the
output image table.
Communication with development tools; internal housekeeping, such as
updating the timebase and status file, and performing prescan
operations.
A typical program contains 360 contacts, 125 coils, 7 timers, 3 counters, and 5 comparison instructions.
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Development Tools
To make the MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller operational, you
use one of three distinct development tools available:
• MicroLogix 1000 Programming Software (v1.0 or later)
• Advanced Programming Software (v5.1 or later)
• Hand-Held Programmer
Both software packages allow you to create, edit, document, and
troubleshoot ladder logic programs with an IBMR compatible PC.
MicroLogix 1000 Programming Software
MicroLogix 1000 Programming Software (v1.0 or later) is used to program
the MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller family.
Advanced Programming Software
Advanced Programming Software (v5.1 or later) is a development tool worth
considering because it allows you to program both the MicroLogix 1000
Programmable Controllers and the SLC 500 Programmable Controllers
with a single software package.
Software Features
Both the MicroLogix 1000 Programming Software (v1.0 or later) and APS
software (v5.1 or later) offer:
• program documentation. Allows you to add comments to rungs,
instructions, and addresses.
• online context sensitive help. Makes programming and troubleshooting
easier to perform.
• cut, copy, and paste editor. Allows you to efficiently modify your ladder
logic program.
• search and replace. Allows quick modification of ladder logic to
accommodate program changes.
• RS-232 DF1 full duplex protocol. Supports remote programming through
a telephone modem.
• program reports. Allows you to create processor configuration,
cross-reference, program listing, and data table reports.
• global language support. Provides separate programming packages in
English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
• command line entry of instructions and parameters. Saves time by
reducing keystrokes.
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System Requirements
Both the MicroLogix 1000 Programming Software (v1.0 or later) and APS
(v5.1 or later) can be used with:
• Allen-Bradley T47 or T70 terminal
• 386/SX
• NEC VERSA E Series Notebook
• GATEWAY 2000 models 386DX/25, 386DX33, 486DX/33,
486DX2/50, and 486DX2/66 personal computers
The computer must have:
• 640 Kbytes of RAM (At least 2 meg. of extended memory is required.)
• 10 Mbyte fixed-disk drive (APS requires 3.5 Mbytes of free disk space.)
• DOS version 3.3 or higher
HandHeld Programmer
The Hand-Held Programmer (HHP) uses an enhanced Instruction List that is
accepted worldwide for programming the MicroLogix 1000 Programmable
Controllers. The HHP is an ideal service tool and programmer that easily
and conveniently travels to where the controller is located. With the HHP
you can:
• monitor and troubleshoot controller operation
• create, enter, and modify application programs
• store application programs
• transfer programs between controllers
Hand-Held Programmer Features
• optional EEPROM memory modules. Offers you two convenient and
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safe ways to store or transfer up to eight programs (in 8K or 64K sizes)
between MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers. The memory
module is located in the back of the HHP.
trace function. Allows you to quickly find faulty elements that prevent an
output from turning on or off, saving valuable troubleshooting time.
multipoint monitor. Allows you to monitor your most crucial bit
addresses at the same time. All 16 addresses are stored with the controller.
context-sensitive keys. Reduces number of keystrokes when entering and
monitoring programs.
small size. Makes the HHP easy to carry around and store.
global programmer. Allows programming in English, French, German,
Italian, Spanish, and Japanese through a multilingual display.
textual fault messages. Gives fault code and messages in any of six
languages making troubleshooting easier to perform.
graphic display. Allows you to program with the familiar basic ladder
logic programming symbols.
rung-based navigation. Permits easy movement through your program.
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Back View
Front View
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RS232 interface. Allows for easy connectivity to controller.
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16 character × 2 line display. Allows for more complete messages.
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30 color coded keys. Provides the following:
startup/diagnostic keys. Allows you to get your system up and
running and keep it running.
instruction keys. Allows you to enter all of your program's instructions.
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memory module door. Allows you
access to the optional memory module.
optional memory module. Provides storage
for up to eight programs.
memory module socket. Allows you to easily
connect the memory module into the HHP.
general editing keys. Allows you to make changes in a snap.
navigation keys. Allows you to move through the entire program
quickly and easily.
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Operator Interface
The MicroView Operator Interface is a feature packed operator interface for
plant floor control and data monitoring.
MicroView Operator Interface Features
• RS-232 DF1 compatible. Allows you to communicate with the
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Compact Size. Makes the MicroView Operator Interface easy to use in
applications with limited space.
Panel mount adapter with connector. Allows you to easily remove the
MicroView Operator Interface for programming or replacement.
Offline configuration software. Allows you to create additional screen
displays such as data display, data entry, and recipe screens.
Point-access. Allows you to monitor or modify data files in the
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers independently of
programmed screens.
Standard file access. Allows you to access data tables for I/O, status,
binary, timer, counter, control, and integer files.
Memory capability. Allows you to store up to 50 application screens and
configuration data.
Function keys. Provides you with a quick and convenient way to
automatically trigger screen displays and control screen navigation as
well as set or clear data table bits.
Front View
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RS232 interface. Allows for easy connectivity to controller.
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16 character × 2 line display. Allows for more complete messages.
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20 color coded keys. Provides the following:
display/format control keys. Allows you to monitor
and modify your application.
numeric keys. Allows you to enter numbers 0 to 9
during data entry or selects a numbered item
shown on the display.
function keys. Allows you to display any
application screen assigned to the key.
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Programming Instructions
The following tables of instructions are used to program your MicroLogix
1000 Programmable Controller with either the MicroLogix 1000
Programming Software (v1.0 or later) or APS (v5.1 or later) or the HHP.
Bit Instructions
These instructions operate on a single bit of data. During operation, the
controller may set or reset the bit, based on the input status or logical
continuity of a rung. You can program a bit as many times as your program
requires.
Instruction
Purpose
Execution
Time
(approx.
µseconds)À
Name
Mnemonic
Examine if Closed
XIC
Examines a bit for an On condition.
0.75
1.54
Examine if Open
XIO
Examines a bit for an Off condition.
0.75
1.54
Output Energize
OTE
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Turns a bit On or Off.
0.75
4.43
Output Latch and
Output Unlatch
OTL and
OTU
(L)
OTL turns a bit on when the rung is true, This bit retains its state until it
is reset by a true OTU instruction. A power cycle does not affect the
status of the bit controlled by these instructions.
0.75
0.75
4.97
4.97
OneShot Rising
OSR
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13.02
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Symbol
User
Words
Required
(U)
Not
Applicable
Triggers a one time event.
The times listed are for a true execution of the instruction. The false execution times are slightly less.
Timer/Counter Instructions
Timer instructions are used to control an output after a set time period.
Counter instructions are used to control an output after a set number of
counts.
Instruction
Purpose
User
Words
Required
Execution
Time
(approx.
µseconds)Á
Name
Mnemonic
Timer OnDelay
TON
Counts timebase intervals when the instruction is true.
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38.34
Timer OffDelay
TOF
Counts timebase intervals when the instruction is false.
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39.42
Retentive Timer
RTO
Counts timebase intervals when the instruction is true and retains the accumulated
value when the instruction goes false or when power cycle occurs.
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38.34
Count Up
CTU
Increments the accumulated value at each falsetotrue transition of the rung and
retains the accumulated value when power cycle occurs.
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29.84
Count Down
CTD
Decrements the accumulated value at each falsetotrue transition of the rung and
retains the accumulated value when power cycle occurs.
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32.19
Reset
RES
Resets the accumulated value and status bits of a timer or counter. Do not use with
TOF timers.
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15.19
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The times listed are for a true execution of the instruction. The false execution times are slightly less.
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Comparison Instructions
Comparison instructions are used to test pairs of values to condition the
logical continuity of a rung.
Instruction
Purpose
User
Words
Required
Execution
Time
(approx.
µseconds)À
Name
Mnemonic
Equal
EQU
Test whether two values are equal.
1.5
21.52
Not Equal
NEQ
Test whether one value is not equal to a second value.
1.5
21.52
Less Than
LES
Test whether one value is less than a second value.
1.5
23.60
Less Than or Equal
LEQ
Test whether one value is less than or equal to a second value.
1.5
23.60
Greater Than
GRT
Test whether one value is greater than another.
1.5
23.60
Greater Than or
Equal
GEQ
Test whether one value is greater than or equal to a second value.
1.5
23.60
Masked Comparison
for Equal
MEQ
Test portions of two values to see whether they are equal. Compares 16bit data of a
source address to 16bit data at a reference address through a mask.
1.5
28.39
Limit Test
LIM
Test whether one value is within the limit range of two other values.
1.5
36.93
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The times listed are for a true execution of the instruction. The false execution times are slightly less.
Math Instructions
The math instructions take a pair of values and performs the desired function.
The result is placed in a separate location.
Instruction
Execution
Time
(approx.
µseconds)À
Name
Mnemonic
Add
ADD
Adds source A to source B and stores the result in the destination.
1.5
33.09
Subtract
SUB
Subtracts source B from source A and stores the result in the destination.
1.5
33.52
Multiply
MUL
Multiplies source A by source B and stores the result in the destination.
1.5
57.96
Divide
DIV
Divides source A by source B and stores the result in the destination and the math
register.
1.5
147.87
Double Divide
DDV
Divides the contents of the math register by the source and stores the result in the
destination and the math register.
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157.06
Clear
CLR
Sets all bits of a word to zero.
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20.80
Square Root
SQR
Calculates the square root of the source and places the integer result in the
destination.
1.25
71.25
Scale Data
SCL
Multiplies the source by a specified rate, adds to an offset value, and stores the result
in the destination.
1.75
169.18
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Purpose
User
Words
Required
The times listed are for a true execution of the instruction. The false execution times are slightly less.
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Data Handling Instructions
Data handling instructions are used to convert information, manipulate data
in the controller, and perform logic operations.
Instruction
Purpose
User
Words
Required
Execution
Time
(approx.
µseconds)À
1.0
49.64
Name
Mnemonic
Convert to BCD
TOD
Converts the integer source value to BCD format and stores it in the destination.
Convert from BCD
FRD
Converts the BCD source value to an integer and stores it in the destination.
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56.88
Decode 4 to 1 of 16
DCD
Decodes a 4bit value (0 to 15), turning on the corresponding bit in the 16bit
destination.
1.5
27.67
Encode 1 of 16 to 4
ENC
Searches the source from the lowest to the highest bit, and looks for the first set bit.
The corresponding bit position is written to the destination as an integer.
1.5
54.80
Copy File and
Fill File
COP and
FLL
The COP instruction copies data from the source file to the destination file. The FLL
instruction loads a source value into each position in the destination file.
1.5
27.31 + 5.06
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26.86 + 3.62
per word
Move
MOV
Moves the source value to the destination.
1.5
25.05
Masked Move
MVM
Moves data from a source location to a selected portion of the destination.
1.5
33.28
And
AND
ANDs value at source A bit by bit with value at source B and stores value at
destination.
1.5
34.00
Or
OR
ORs value at source A bit by bit with value at source B and stores value at
destination.
1.5
33.64
Exclusive Or
XOR
Exclusively ORs value at source A bit by bit with value at source B and stores value
at destination.
1.5
33.64
Not
NOT
NOTs value at source bit by bit and is stored in the destination (one's complement).
1
28.21
Negate
NEG
Changes the sign of the source and stores it in the destination.
1.5
29.48
FIFO Load and
FIFO Unload
FFL and
FFU
The FFL instruction loads a word into a FIFO stack on successive falsetotrue
transitions. The FFU unloads a word from the stack on successive falsetrue
transitions. The first word loaded is the first to be unloaded.
1.5
1.5
61.13
73.78 + 4.34
x position
value
LIFO Load and
LIFO Unload
LFL and
LFU
The LFL instruction loads a word into a LIFO stack on successive falsetotrue
transitions. The LFU unloads a word from the stack on successive falsetotrue
transitions. The last word loaded is the first to be unloaded.
1.5
1.5
61.13
64.20
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1.5
The times listed are for a true execution of the instruction. The false execution times are slightly less.
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Program Flow Control Instructions
Program flow instructions are used to control the sequence in which your
program is executed.
Instruction
Purpose
User
Words
Required
Execution
Time
(approx.
µseconds)À
Name
Mnemonic
Jump to Label and
Label
JMP and
LBL
Jump forward or backward to the specified label instruction.
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0.5
9.04
1.45
Jump to Subroutine,
Subroutine, and
Return from
Subroutine
JSR, SBR,
and RET
Jump to a designated subroutine and return.
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0.5
0.5
22.24
1.45
31.11
Master Control Reset
MCR
Enable or disable sections of the ladder program.
0.5
3.98
Temporary End
TND
Mark a temporary end that halts program execution.
0.5
7.78
Suspend
SUS
Identifies specific conditions for program debugging and system troubleshooting.
1.5
10.85
Immediate Input with
Mask
IIM
Immediately updates input status with mask.
1.5
35.72
Immediately updates output status with mask.
1.5
41.59
Immediate Output with IOM
Mask
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The times listed are for a true execution of the instruction. The false execution times are slightly less.
Application Specific Instructions
Application specific instructions simplify your ladder program by allowing
you to use a single instruction or pair of instructions to perform complex
operations.
Instruction
Name
Mnemonic
Bit Shift Left and
Bit Shift Right
BSL and
BSR
Execution
Time
(approx.
µseconds)À
Loads a bit of data into a bit array, shifts the pattern of data through the array, and
unloads the last bit of data in the array. The BSL shifts data to the left and the BSR
shifts data to the right.
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Sequencer Output and SQO and
Sequencer Compare
SQC
Control sequential machine operations by transferring 16bit data through a mask to
a destination word.
2
2
60.52
60.52
Sequencer Load
SQL
Capture referenced conditions by manually stepping the machine through its
operating sequences.
2
53.41
Selectable Timed
Interrupt Disable and
Enable
STD and
STE
Output instructions, associated with the Selectable Timed Interrupt function. STD and
STE are used to prevent an STI from occurring during a portion of the program.
0.5
0.5
6.69
10.13
Selectable Timed
Interrupt Start
STS
Initiates a Selectable Timed Interrupt.
1.25
24.59
Interrupt Subroutine
INT
Identifies the beginning of an interrupt associated with Selectable Timed Interrupts or
HSC Interrupts.
0.5
1.45
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Purpose
User
Words
Required
The times listed are for a true execution of the instruction. The false execution times are slightly less.
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53.71 + 5.24
x position
value
53.34 + 3.98
x position
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HighSpeed Counter Instructions
The high-speed counter instructions are used to perform specific actions after
a preset count is reached.
Instruction
Purpose
User
Words
Required
Execution
Time
(approx.
µseconds)À
1
21.00
1.5
66.00
Name
Mnemonic
HighSpeed Counter
HSC
Configures the highspeed counter hardware, updates the image
accumulator, and disables counting when false.
HighSpeed Counter
Load
HSL
Configures the low and high presets, output patterns, and mask bit patterns.
HighSpeed Counter
Reset Accumulator
RAC
Writes a specified value to the hardware accumulator and image accumulator.
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56.00
HighSpeed Counter
Interrupt Enable and
Disable
HSE
HSD
and Enables or disables a highspeed counter interrupt to occur when a high preset, low
preset, overflow, or underflow is reached.
1.25
1.25
10.00
8.00
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The times listed are for a true execution of the instruction. The false execution times are slightly less.
Branch Instructions for HHP
The enhanced Instruction List programming ability of the HHP gives you
these additional instructions:
Instruction
Purpose
User
Words
Required
Execution
Time
(approx.
µseconds)
Name
Mnemonic
AND Block
ANB
Places two blocks of logic in series with each other (ANDs them).
0.25
0.4
OR Block
ORB
Places two blocks of logic in parallel with each other (ORs them).
0.25
0.4
Memory Push
MPS
Stores the rung state immediately preceding the MPS instruction.
0.25
0.4
Memory Read
MRD
Reads the rung state stored by the MPS instruction and resumes operation using that
rung state.
0.25
0.4
Memory Pop
MPP
Removes the rung state from the MPS instruction, reads it, and resumes operation
using that rung state.
0.25
0.4
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and HandHeld Programmer
Calculating Controller
Memory Usage
Memory usage refers to the amount of memory used by your controller for
processing your application program. Total user memory capacity for the
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controller is 1024 instruction words. Use
the following worksheet to calculate memory usage for your control system
to determine if your program uses less memory than the controller memory
capacity.
Memory Usage Worksheet
1. Determine the total instruction words used by the instructions in
your program and enter the result. Refer to the tables starting on
page 11.
2. Multiply the total number of rungs by 0.75 and enter the result.
Do not count the END rungs in each file.
177
110
Total Memory Usage:
3. Use 177 to account for processor overhead words used by the controller
to run programs.
4. Use 110 to account for application data words preallocated by the
controller.
5. Total steps 1–4. This is the estimated total memory usage of your
application system. Remember, this is an estimate, actual compiled
programs may differ by ±12%.
6. To determine the estimated amount of memory remaining in the
controller you have selected, do the following:
Total Memory Usage
(from above):
Total Memory
Remaining:
1024
Subtract the total memory usage from 1024.
-
The result of this calculation will be the estimated total memory
remaining in your selected controller.
Important: The calculated memory usage may vary from the actual
compiled program by ±12%.
Calculating Program
Execution Time
Execution time refers to the amount of time it takes for your controller to
process your application program. Use the following worksheet to determine
if your program meets your application timing requirements.
Execution Time Worksheet
Procedure
Maximum Scan Time
1.
Input scan time, output scan time, housekeeping time, and forcing.
2.
Estimate your program scan time:
3.
4.
A.
Count the number of program rungs in your ladder program.
_________
B.
Add up your program execution times when all instructions are true. Include interrupt routines in this calculation.À
_________ µs
Estimate your processor scan time:
Add sections 1 and 2.
_________ µs
Divide your processor scan time by 1000. This is your program execution time.
_________ ms
À
16
210
_________
µs
If a subroutine executes more than once per scan, include each subroutine execution time.
Product Data
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers
and HandHeld Programmer
Support
In today’s competitive environment, when you buy any product, you expect
that product to meet your needs. You also expect the manufacturer of that
product to back it up with the kind of customer service and product support
that will prove you made a wise purchase.
As the people who design, engineer, and manufacture your Industrial
Automation Control equipment, Allen-Bradley has a vested interest in your
complete satisfaction with our products and services.
Allen-Bradley offers support services worldwide, with over 75 Sales/Support
Offices, 512 authorized Distributors and 260 authorized Systems Integrators
located throughout the United States alone, plus Allen-Bradley
representatives in every major country in the world.
Contact your local Allen-Bradley representative for:
• sales and order support
• product technical training
• warranty support
• support service agreements
Allen-Bradley also offers the Micro Mentor (catalog number 1761-MMB).
This document provides you with information regarding PLC fundamentals
including what a PLC is and how it is used in control applications. For
information on getting started with your MicroLogix 1000 Programmable
Controller, refer to the Getting Started Video and Specification Guide.
MicroLogix 1000 User
Documentation
MicroLogix 1000 user documentation presents information according to the
tasks you perform and the programming environment you use:
For information on
See this document
With this publication
number
Installing the MicroLogix 1000
Programmable Controller
Using the Advanced Programming
Software with the MicroLogix 1000
Programmable Controller
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable
Controllers Installation Instructions
17615.1
MicroLogix 1000 with Programming
Software User Manual
17616.1
Using the HHP with the MicroLogix 1000
Programmable Controller
MicroLogix 1000 with HandHeld
Programmer (HHP) User Manual
17616.2
User Documentation on CDROM
Improve productivity with quicker and easier access to product information.
Volumes of Allen-Bradley product documentation are on the DataDisc
CD-ROM Information Library (cat. nos. 1795-CDRS and 1795-CDRL). Use
the search facility to locate all documentation instances of any item you
specify. You can view and print the relevant pages.
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MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers
and HandHeld Programmer
MicroLogix 1000
Programmable Controllers
Specifications
The following tables summarize the specifications and dimensions for the
controllers.
Types
Catalog Number
Description
1761L16AWA
10 pt. AC input, 6 pt. relay output, AC power supply controller
1761L32AWA
20 pt. AC input, 12 pt. relay output, AC power supply controller
1761L16BWA
10 pt. DC input, 6 pt. relay output, AC power supply controller
1761L32BWA
20 pt. DC input, 12 pt. relay output, AC power supply controller
1761L16BWB
10 pt. DC input, 6 pt. relay output, DC power supply controller
1761L32BWB
20 pt. DC input, 12 pt. relay output, DC power supply controller
1761L16BBB
10 pt. DC input, 4 pt. FET and 2 pt. relay outputs, DC power supply controller
1761L32BBB
20 pt. DC input, 10 pt. FET and 2 pt. relay outputs, DC power supply controller
1761L32AAA
20 pt. AC input, 10 pt. triac and 2 pt. relay outputs, AC power supply controller
General Specifications
Specification: 1761L
Description:
16AWA
16BWA 32AWA
32BWA
32AAA 16BBB 16BWB 32BBB
Memory Size and Type
1 K EEPROM (approximately 737 instruction words: 437 data words)
Power Supply Voltage
85-264V ac
Power Supply
pp y Usage
g
32BWB
20.4-26.4V dc
120V ac
12 VA
19 VA
16 VA
24 VA
16 VA
240V ac
18 VA
26 VA
22 VA
30 VA
22 VA
24V dc
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
pp
5 VA
5 VA
7 VA
7 VA
24V dc Sensor Power (V dc at mA)
Not Applicable
200 mA Not Applicable
200 mA Not Applicable
pp
Max Capacitive Load (User 24 V dc)
Not Applicable
200 µF Not Applicable
200 µF
Power Cycles
50,000 minimum
Operating Temperature
0° C to 55° C (32° F to 131° F)
Storage Temperature
-40° C to 85° C (-40° F to 185° F)
Operating Humidity
5 to 95% noncondensing
Vibration
Operating: 5 Hz to 2 kHz, 0.381 mm (0.015 in.) peak to peak/2.5g panel mounted,À 1hr per axis
Non-operating: 5 Hz to 2 kHz, 0.762 mm (0.030 in.) peak to peak/5g, 1hr per axis
Operating: 10g peak acceleration (7.5g DIN rail mounted)Á (11±1 ms duration) 3 times each
direction, each axis
Shock
Non-operating: 20g peak acceleration (11±1 ms duration), 3 times each direction, each axis
Product Certification
UL listed
CSA certified
CE compliant for applicable directives when product or packaging is marked
Terminal Screw Torque
0.9 Nm maximum (8.0 in.lbs)
Electrostatic Discharge
IEC8012 @ 15 KV
Radiated Susceptibility
IEC8013 @ 10 V/m, 27 MHz - 1000 MHz
Fast Transient
IEC8014 @ 2 KV Power Supply, 1 KV I/O
Isolation
1500V ac
À
Á
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DIN rail mounted controller is 1g.
Relays are derated an additional 2.5g on 32 pt. controllers.
Product Data
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers
and HandHeld Programmer
Input Specifications
Description
Specification
Type
100-120V ac
24V dc
Voltage
Range
79 to132V ac
47 to 63 Hz
15 to 30V dc
On Voltage
79V ac min.
132V ac max.
15V dc min.
24V dc nominal
26.4V dc max. @ 55° C (131° F)
30.0V dc max. @ 30° C (86° F)
Off Voltage
20V ac
5V dc
On Current
5.0 mA min. @ 79V ac 47 Hz
12.0 mA nominal @ 120V ac 60 Hz
16.0 mA max. @ 132V ac 63 Hz
2.5 mA min. @ 15V dc
8.0 mA nominal @ 24V dc
12.0 mA max. @ 30V dc
Off Current
2.5 mA max.
1.5 mA max.
Nominal
Impedance
12 Kohms @ 50 Hz
10 Kohms @ 60 Hz
3 Kohms
Inrush
Maximum
250 mA max.À
Not Applicable
À
To reduce the inrush maximum to 35 mA, apply a 6.8 Kohm, 5w resistor in series with the input.
The onstate voltage increases to 92V ac as a result.
DC Input Filter Settings
DC input filters are adjustable as shown below.
Nominal
Filter Setting
(ms)
Minimum On
Delay (ms)
Maximum On
Delay (ms)
Minimum Off
Delay (ms)
Maximum Off
Delay (ms)
0.075À
0.009
0.075
0.009
0.075
0.10À
0.040
0.100
0.040
0.100
0.25À
0.147
0.250
0.147
0.250
0.50
0.014
0.500
0.014
0.500
1
0.091
1.000
0.091
1.000
2
0.618
2.000
0.618
2.000
4
2.441
4.000
2.441
4.000
8
6.256
8.000
6.256
8.000
13.37
16.00
13.37
16.00
16
À
Inputs 0 to 3 only.
AC Input Filter Settings
Nominal Filter
Setting (ms)À
8.0
À
Minimum ON
Delay (ms)
2.0
Maximum ON
Delay (ms)
20.0
Minimum OFF
Delay (ms)
10.0
Maximum OFF
Delay (ms)
20.0
There is only one filter setting available for the AC inputs.
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and HandHeld Programmer
Output Specifications
Description
Specification
Type
Relay
MOSFET
Triac
Voltage
5 to 264V ac
5 to 125V dc
20.4 to 26.4V dc
85 to 264V ac
Maximum Load Current
Refer to the following table
1.0A per point @ 55° C (131° F)
1.5A per point @ 30° C (86° F)
0.5A per point
Minimum Load Current
10.0 mA
1 mA
10.0 mA
Current per Controller
1440 VA
Current per Common
8.0A
Maximum Off State Leakage Current
0 mA
1 mA
Off to On Response
10 ms max.
0.1 ms
On to Off Response
10 ms max.
1 ms
Output Common Arrangement
3A for L16BBB
6A for L32BBB
3A for L16BBB
6A for L32BBB
1440 VA
2.5A
16 I/O
32 I/O
16 I/O
32 I/O
4 isolated
1 group of 2
2 isolated
1 group of 2
2 groups of 4
2 isolated relays
4 MOSFET:
1 group of 4
2 isolated relays
10 MOSFET:
1 group of 10
2 mA @ 132V ac
4.5 mA @ 264V ac
8.8 ms @ 60 Hz
10.6 ms @ 50 Hz
8.8 ms @ 60 Hz
10.6 ms @ 50 Hz
32 I/O
2 isolated relays
10 triac:
1 group of 2
2 groups of 4
Relay Contact Rating Table
Relay Contact Ratings Maximum
Volts
À
20
Amperes
Amperes
Continuous
Make
Break
240V ac
7.5A
0.75A
120V ac
15A
1.5A
Voltamperes
Make
Break
2.5A
1800V ac
180V ac
125V dc
0.22AÀ
1.0A
28 VA
24V dc
1.2AÀ
2.0A
28 VA
For DC voltage applications, the make/break ampere rating for relay contacts can be determined
by dividing 28 VA by the applied DC voltage. For example, 28 VA ÷ 48V dc = 0.58A. For DC
voltage applications less than 48V, the make/break ratings for relay contacts cannot exceed 2A.
For DC voltage applications greater than 48V, the make/break ratings for relay contacts cannot
exceed 1A.
Product Data
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers
and HandHeld Programmer
Dimensions
Controller: 1761
Length:
mm (in.)
Depth:
mm (in.)À
Height:
mm (in.)
L16AWA
133 (5.24)
73 (2.87)
(
)
80 (3.15)
(
)
L16BWA
120 (4.72)
L32AWA
200 (7.87)
(
)
L32BWA
L32AAA
L16BBB
120 (4.72)
(
)
40 (1.57)
(
)
L16BWB
L32BBB
200 (7.87)
(
)
L32BWB
À
Add approximately 13 mm (0.51 in.) when using the 1761CBLPM02 or 1761CBLHM02
communication cables.
Use the recommended minimum spacing for the controller as shown below:
Top
B
Side
Side
A
A
Bottom
A. Greater than or equal to 50.8 mm (2 in).
B. Greater than or equal to 50.8 mm (2 in).
B
20142
The controller can only be mounted horizontally using either a DIN rail or
mounting screws.
HandHeld Programmer
Specifications
The following tables summarize the specifications and dimensions for the
Hand-Held Programmer.
General Specifications
Description
Specification: 1761HHPB30
Operating Power
83 mA @ 24V dc
Operating Temperature
0° C to 50° C (32° F to 122° F)
Storage Temperature
-20° C to 60° C (-4° F to 140° F)
Operating Humidity
5 to 95% noncondensing
Product Certification
UL listed, CSA certified, CE certified
Display Type
2 x 16 LCD
Keypad
30 Rubber/carbon Based Keys
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MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers
and HandHeld Programmer
Dimensions
MicroView Operator Interface
Specifications
Terminal: 1761
Width:
mm (in.)
Height:
mm (in.)
Depth:
mm (in.)
HHPB30
95 (3.74)
170 (6.69)
35 (1.37)
The following tables summarize the specifications and dimensions for the
MicroView Operator Interface.
General Specifications
Description
Specification: 2707MVH232
Input Votage Range
24V dcÀ
Communication Port
RS232
Operating Temperature
0° C to 45° C (32° F to 113° F)
Storage Temperature
-20° C to 70° C (-4° F to 158° F)
Operating Humidity
5 to 95% noncondensing
Shock
30g operating
Vibration
50g nonoperating
Product Certification
FCC Part 15, Class A
UL Class 1, Division 2 Hazardous
Location, Groups A, B, C, D
Display Type
2 x 16 LCD,
Character Size
0.22 in. x 0.12 in. (5.56 mmx 2.96 mm)
Keypad
Tactile embossed, domed keys, sealed
membrane
À The MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers provide 24V dc to the MicroView
Operator Interface through the communication cable during runtime operation.
Dimensions
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Operator Interface: 2707
Width:
mm (in.)
Height:
mm (in.)
Depth:
mm (in.)
MVH232
90.2 (3.55)
129.5 (5.1)
25.4 (1.0)
Product Data
MicroLogix 1000 Programmable Controllers
and HandHeld Programmer
Notes
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