CONTROLLOGIX CONTROLLERS

CONTROLLOGIX CONTROLLERS
CONTROLLOGIX
CONTROLLERS
SELECTION GUIDE
CATALOG NUMBERS
1756-L55,
1756-L61, 1756-L62,
1756-L63, 1756-L64,
1756-L60M03SE
Logix Controllers Comparison
Characteristic
1756 ControlLogix 1756 GuardLogix
Controller tasks:
• Continuous
• Periodic
• Event
• 100 tasks
• Event tasks: all event
triggers
User memory
1756-L55M12: 750 KB
1756-L55M13: 1.5 MB
1756-L55M14: 3.5 MB
1756-L55M16: 7.5 MB
1756-L55M22: 750 KB
1756-L55M23: 1. 5 MB
1756-L55M24: 3.5 MB
1756-L60M03SE: 750 KB
1756-L61: 2 MB
1756-L62: 4 MB
1756-L63: 8 MB
1756-L64: 16 MB
Nonvolatile user memory
1756-L55M12: none
1756-L55M13: none
1756-L55M14: none
1756-L55M16: none
1756-L55M22: yes
1756-L55M23: yes
1756-L55M24: yes
1756-L6x: CompactFlash
• 100 tasks
• Event tasks: all event
triggers
1756-L61S:
2 MB Standard
1 MB Safety
1756-L62S:
4 MB Standard
1 MB Safety
CompactFlash
1768
CompactLogix
1769
CompactLogix
• 16 tasks
• Event tasks: consumed
tag, EVENT instruction,
axis, and motion event
triggers
• 1769-L35x: 8 tasks
• 1769-L32x: 6 tasks
• 1769-L31: 4 tasks
• Event tasks: consumed
tag and EVENT instruction
triggers
PowerFlex 700S
Phase 2 with
1789 SoftLogix5800 DriveLogix
• 100 tasks
• Event tasks: all event
triggers, plus outbound
and Windows events
• 8 tasks
• Event tasks: axis and
motion event triggers
1789-L10:
2 MB; 1 controller; no
motion
1768-L43:
1768-L45:
2 MB
3 MB
1769-L31:
1769-L32x:
1769-L35x:
512 KB
750 KB
1.5 MB
1789-L30:
64 MB; 3 controllers
1.5 MB
1789-L60:
64 MB; 6 controllers
CompactFlash
CompactFlash
None
CompactFlash
• 1 port RS-232 serial
Built-in communication
ports
1 port RS-232 serial
1 port RS-232 serial
1 port RS-232 serial
• 1769-L31: 2 RS-232
ports
• 1769-L32C, -L35CR: 1
ControlNet port and 1 RS- Depends on personal
232 serial port
computer
• 1769-L32E, -L35E: 1
EtherNet/IP port and 1 RS232 serial port
Communication options
• EtherNet/IP
• ControlNet
• DeviceNet
• Data Highway Plus
• Remote I/O
• SynchLink
• EtherNet/IP (standard
and safety)
• ControlNet (standard
and safety)
• DeviceNet (standard
and safety)
• Data Highway Plus
• Remote I/O
• SynchLink
• EtheNet/IP
• ControlNet
• DeviceNet
• EtherNet/IP
• ControlNet
• DeviceNet
• EtherNet/IP
• ControlNet
• DeviceNet
• EtherNet/IP
• ControlNet
• DeviceNet
• ASCII
• DF1 full/half-duplex
• DF1 radio modem
• DH-485
• Modbus via logic
• ASCII
• DF1 full/half-duplex
• DF1 radio modem
• DH-485
• Modbus via logic
• ASCII
• DF1 full/half-duplex
• DF1 radio modem
• DH-485
• Modbus via logic
• ASCII
• DF1 full/half-duplex
• DH-485
• Modbus via logic
• ASCII
• DF1 full/half-duplex
• DF1 radio modem
• DH-485
• Modbus via logic
250
100
250
100
Per controller:
• 32 ControlNet
• 32 EtherNet/IP; 32 TCP
Per network module:
Per network module:
• 48 ControlNet
• 32 ControlNet
• 128 EtherNet/IP; 64 TCP • 32 EtherNet/IP; 32 TCP
• ASCII
• DF1 full/half-duplex
Serial port communication • DF1 radio modem
• DH-485
• Modbus via logic
Controller connections
250
250
Network connections
Per network module:
• 100 ControlNet (CN2/A)
• 40 ControlNet (CNB)
• 256 EtherNet/IP; 128
TCP (EN2x)
• 128 EtherNet/IP; 64 TCP
(ENBT)
Per network module:
• 100 ControlNet (CN2/A)
Per network module:
• 40 ControlNet (CNB)
• 48 ControlNet
• 256 EtherNet/IP; 128
• 64 EtherNet/IP; 32 TCP
TCP (EN2x)
• 128 EtherNet/IP; 64 TCP
(ENBT)
Controller redundancy
Full support
None
Backup via DeviceNet
Backup via DeviceNet
N/A
N/A
Simple motion
• Stepper
• Servo via DeviceNet
• Analog ac drive
• Stepper
• Servo via DeviceNet
• Analog ac drive
• Stepper
• Servo via DeviceNet
• Analog ac drive
• Stepper
• Servo via DeviceNet
• Analog ac drive
• Stepper
• Servo via DeviceNet
• Analog ac drive
• Stepper
• Servo via DeviceNet
• Analog ac drive
Integrated motion
SERCOS interface
Analog options:
• Encoder input
• LDT input
• SSI input
SERCOS interface
Analog options:
• Encoder input
• LDT input
• SSI input
SERCOS interface
N/A
SERCOS interface
Analog encoder input
• 1 full servo
• 1 feedback axis
Programming languages
• Relay ladder
• Structured text
• Function block
• SFC
• Relay ladder
• Structured text
• Function block
• SFC
• Relay ladder
• Structured text
• Function block
• SFC
• Relay ladder
• Structured text
• Function block
• SFC
• Relay ladder
• Structured text
• Function block
• SFC
• External routines
(developed in C/C++)
• Relay ladder
• Structured text
• Function block
• SFC
ControlLogix Selection Guide
Logix Platforms
1
Allen-Bradley Logix platforms provide a single integrated-control architecture for discrete,
drives, motion, process, and safety control.
The Logix platforms provide a common control engine, programming software
environment, and communication support across multiple hardware platforms. All Logix
controllers operate with a multitasking, multiprocessing operating system and support the
same set of instructions in multiple programming languages. One RSLogix 5000
programming-software package programs all Logix controllers. And, as part of the
Integrated Architecture platform, all Logix controllers offer the benefits of the Common
Industrial Protocol (CIP) to communicate via EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, and DeviceNet
networks.
Section
ControlLogix System
Layout the System
Select 1756 I/O Modules
Select Motion Control Requirements
Select Network Communications
Select Controllers
Select Chassis
Select Power Supplies
Select View Products
Select Software
Page
2
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45
49
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ControlLogix System
Overview
What's New in Version 16.03:
y 1756-EN2F, 1756-EN2T EtherNet/IP
modules
The ControlLogix system provides discrete, drives, motion, process, and safety control
together with communication and state-of-the-art I/O in a small, cost-competitive
package. The system is modular, so you can design, build, and modify it efficiently - with
significant savings in training and engineering.
A simple ControlLogix system consists of a standalone controller and I/O modules in a
single chassis.
y 1784-CF128 CompactFlash card
You can also use the ControlLogix system as a gateway. Include the communication
modules you need for connectivity to other networks. For this use, a controller is not
required. The ControlLogix gateway integrates into existing PLC-based systems so that
users with existing networks can send or receive messages to or from other networks. For
a more flexible system, use:
y multiple controllers in a single chassis.
y multiple controllers joined across networks.
y I/O in multiple platforms that is distributed in many locations and connected over
multiple I/O links.
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Lay Out the System
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Lay out the system by determining the network configuration and the placement of
components in each location. Decide at this time whether each location will have its
own controller.
Place each controller’s I/O on an isolated network to maximize the performance and to
more easily accommodate future network or system configuration changes. If you plan
to share I/O, make sure the I/O is on a network that each controller can access.
Assume that Panel A and Panel B both require a controller and its own I/O. Both
controllers interact with time critical information. Panel C does not need a controller and
can be a gateway.
For a ControlLogix controller to control I/O modules, both the controller and the I/O
modules must be directly attached to the same network.
I/O Location
Panel A, Chassis 1
Panel A, Chassis 2
Panel A, Chassis 3
Panel B, Chassis 1
Panel B, Chassis 2
Panel C, Chassis 1
Controller in Panel A,
Chassis 1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Controller in Panel B,
Chassis 1
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Evaluate what communication needs to occur between controllers. If there is sporadic
information that is not time critical, use a message-based network such as an EtherNet/IP
(the information portion), Data Highway Plus, or the unscheduled portion of a ControlNet
network. If the information is time critical, such as produced/consumed tags between
controllers, use a ControlNet or EtherNet/IP network.
Lay Out a Redundant System
The ControlLogix environment offers different levels of redundancy that you can design
into your system. These systems require additional hardware, so plan accordingly. You can
design redundant:
y controller chassis.
y media for ControlNet networks.
y power supplies.
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Redundant controller chassis
Redundancy requires no additional programming and is transparent to any devices
connected over an EtherNet/IP or ControlNet network. It uses 1757-SRM modules to
maintain communication between the pair of redundant chassis.
Requires:
y Same size chassis for each redundant chassis with the same slot assignments in each
chassis
y One 1756-L55 or 1756-L6x controller per chassis;
use the same catalog number, firmware revision, and memory size controller in each
chassis
y A maximum of 5 communication modules, which can be:
⎯ 1 to 5 1756-CNB modules
⎯ 1or 2 1756-ENBT modules
y One 1757-SRM module in each redundant chassis
All I/O must be remote from the redundant controllers. ControlLogix redundancy works
with remote 1756 I/O, FLEX I/O, drives, operator interfaces, or any other devices that
can communicate with a ControlLogix controller over an EtherNet/IP or ControlNet link.
To connect to other networks, bridge through another ControlLogix chassis (not one of
the redundant controller chassis).
Redundant ControlNet media
Requires:
y 1756-CNBR ControlNet modules
y Two identical ControlNet links
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Redundant power supplies
Requires:
y Two redundant power supplies, any combination of 1756-PA75R and 1756-PB75R
y 1756-PSCA2 chassis adapter module, in place of the standard power supply
y Two 1756-CPR2 cables to connect the power supplies to the 1756-PSCA2 adapter
y User-supplied annunicator wiring to connect the power supplies to the input modules, if
needed
SIL3 Certification
The GuardLogix Controller system is type-approved and certified for use in safety
applications up to and including SIL 3 according to IEC
61508, and applications up to and including category (CAT) 4, according to EN954-1. A
Safety Integration Level (SIL) is a numeric designator assigned to a safety system that
indicates that system’s ability to perform its safety function. For more information, see:
y GuardLogix Controllers Systems Safety Reference Manual, publication 1756-RM093
y GuardLogix Controllers User Manual, publication 1756-UM020
y GuardLogix Safety Application Instruction Set Reference Manual, publication
1756-RM095
SIL2 Certification
Components of the ControlLogix system are type-approved and certified for use in SIL 2
applications, according to IEC 61508 and AK4 applications according to DIN V19250.
A Saftey Integration Level (SIL) is a numeric designator assigned to a safety system that
indicates that system’s ability to perform its safety function. The SIL 2 TYPE certification
of ControlLogix products by TUV, an internationally-recognized and accredited testlaboratory certification center, assures the suitability of ControlLogix products for use in
up to a SIL 2 safety application.
For a list of ControlLogix system components that meet SIL 2 requirements, see Using
ControlLogix in SIL 2 Applications Safety Reference Manual, publication 1756-RM001.
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Specify a System
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Step
1
Follow these steps as you specify your ControlLogix system.
See
Select I/O devices.
Use a spreadsheet to record the:
y location of the device.
y number of points needed.
y appropriate catalog number.
y number of points available per module.
y number of modules.
2
Select motion control and drives requirements.
Add the number of motion modules to the I/O spreadsheet.
3
Select communication modules.
Add the number of communication modules to the I/O
spreadsheet.
4
I/O module specifications
Wiring systems
Place I/O modules
Select controller ownership
How I/O modules operate
page 7
page 14
page 15
page 15
page 16
Motion overview
SERCOS interface modules
Analog interface modules
page 17
page 19
page 21
Network overview
EtherNet/IP specifications
ControlNet specifications
DeviceNet specifications
Safety specifications
DH+/RIO specifications
Foundation Fieldbus specifications
Serial specifications
DH-485 specifications
SynchLink specifications
Access the controller remotely
page 23
page 25
page 27
page 29
page 30
page 31
page 32
page 33
page 34
page 35
page 36
Controller specifications
Determine memory requirements
Determine battery requirements
Compatibility
Logix system connections
page 37
page 39
page 40
page 41
page 43
Chassis specifications
page 45
Power supply specifications
page 49
RSView software
PanelView Plus terminals
PanelView CE terminals
VersaView industrial computers
page 53
page 54
page 54
page 54
Available software products
Programming software
Communication software
Network configuration software
Emulation software
Training software
page 55
page 56
page 58
page 60
page 62
page 63
Select controllers.
Select the appropriate controller based on the:
y required controller tasks.
y number of I/O points needed.
y number of communication cards needed.
y required controller memory.
5
Select chassis.
Determine the number of chassis you need.
6
Select power supplies.
Calculate power requirements on the I/O spreadsheet.
7
Select view products.
Determine the view products that fit your operator interface
needs.
8
Select software.
Determine the software products you need to configure and
program your application. Based on the system design,
determine the software products you need.
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Step 1 - Select:
y I/O modules - some modules have fieldside diagnostics, electronic fusing, or
individually isolated inputs/outputs
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1756 ControlLogix I/O Modules
y A remote terminal block (RTB) or wiring
system for each I/O module
y PanelConnect modules and cables if
connecting input modules to sensors
The ControlLogix architecture provides a wide range of input and output modules to span
many applications, from high-speed digital to process control. The ControlLogix
architecture uses producer/consumer technology, which allows input information and
output status to be shared among multiple ControlLogix controllers.
Each ControlLogix I/O module mounts in a ControlLogix chassis and requires either a
removable terminal block (RTB) or a 1492 interface module (IFM) to connect all field-side
wiring. RTBs and IFMs are not included with the I/O modules. They must be ordered
separately.
1756 Digital I/O Modules
The 1756 digital I/O modules support these features.
y Variety of voltage interface capabilities
y Isolated and nonisolated module types
y Point-level output fault states
y Direct-connect or rack-optimized communication
y Field-side diagnostics on select modules
In addition, you can select these types of digital I/O modules.
Digital I/O Type
Description
Diagnostic
These modules provide diagnostic features to the point level.
These modules have a D at the end of the catalog number.
Electronic fusing
These modules have internal electronic fusing to prevent too
much current from flowing through the module. These
modules have an E at the end of the catalog number.
Individually isolated
These modules have individually isolated inputs or outputs.
These modules have an I at the end of the catalog number.
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Digital ac Input Modules
Cat. No.
Number of
Inputs
Voltage,
On-State
Operating
Input, Nom. Voltage
Input Delay Current,
Time, ON to On-State
OFF
Input, Min.
Removable
Current,
Current,
Terminal
Backplane
On-State
Off-State
Block
Current
Input, Max. Input, Max. Housing
(mA) at 5V
Backplane Power
Current
Dissipation,
(mA) at 24V Max.
1756-IA8D
8
diagnostic
120V ac
79...132V ac
Programmable
5 mA @ 79V
filter: 9 ms or
ac
18 ms
16 mA @ 132V
2.5 mA
ac
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
100 mA
3 mA
4.5 W @ 60 °C
1756-IA16
16
120V ac
74...132V ac
Programmable
5 mA @ 74V
filter: 9 ms or
ac
18 ms
13 mA @ 132V
2.5 mA
ac
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
105 mA
2 mA
5.8 W @ 60 °C
16
1756-IA16I individually
isolated
120V ac
79...132V ac
Programmable
5 mA @ 79V
filter: 9 ms or
ac 47…63Hz
18 ms
15 mA @ 132V
2.5 mA
ac, 47…63HZ
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
125 mA
3 mA
4.9 W @ 60 °C
1756-IA32
120V ac
74...132V ac
Programmable
5 mA @ 74V
filter: 9ms &
ac
18 ms
10 mA @ 132V
2.5 mA
ac
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
165 mA
2 mA
6.1 W @ 60°C
16
1756-IM16I individually
isolated
240V ac
159...265V ac
Programmable
5 mA @ 159V
filter: 9 ms or
ac, 60Hz
18 ms
13 mA @ 265V
2.5 mA
ac, 60Hz
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
100 mA
3 mA
5.8 W @ 60 °C
1756-IN16 16
24V ac
10...30V ac
Programmable
5 mA @ 10V
filter: 9 ms or
ac, 60 Hz
18 ms
1.2 mA @ 30V
2.75 mA
ac, 60 Hz
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
100 mA
2 mA
5.1 W @ 60 °C
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Digital ac Output Modules
Output
Output Current Continuous
Removable
Backplane
Rating, per
Current per
Terminal
Current (mA)
Point, Max.
Module, Max. Block Housing at 5V
Backplane
Current (mA)
at 24V
Power
Dissipation,
Max.
200 mA
2 mA
5.1 W @ 60 °C
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
175 mA
250 mA
5.3 W @ 60 °C
8 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
4 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
200 mA
250 mA
5.5 W @ 60 °C
0.5 A @ 60 °C
4 A @ 60 °C
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
400 mA
2 mA
6.5 W @ 60 °C
74...265V ac
2 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
1 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
5 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
4 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
300 mA
3 mA
5.5 W @ 60 °C
10...30V ac
2 A @ 60 °C
5 A @ 30 °C
4 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
200 mA
2 mA
5.1 W @ 60 °C
Cat. No.
Number of
Outputs
Voltage
Category
Operating
Voltage
1756-OA8
8
120/240V ac
74...265V ac
2 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
5 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
4 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
1756-OA8D
8
diagnostic
120V ac
74...132V ac
1 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
0.5 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
8 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
4 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
1756-OA8E
8
electronic fusing
120V ac
74...132V ac
2 A @ 60 °C
1756-OA16 16
120/240V ac
74...265V ac
16
1756-OA16I individually
isolated
120/240V ac
1756-ON8
240V ac
8
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Digital dc Input Modules
Cat. No.
Voltage,
Number of On-State
Operating
Inputs
Input, Nom. Voltage
Removable
Input Delay Current,
Current,
Current,
Terminal
Backplane Backplane Power
Time, ON
On-State
On-State
Off-State
Block
Current
Current
Dissipation,
to OFF
Input, Min. Input, Max. Input, Max. Housing
(mA) at 5V (mA) at 24V Max.
10...31.2V dc
2 ms
hardware +
filter time (0,
1, 2, 9, or 18
ms)
2.0 mA @ 10V 10 mA @
dc
31.2V dc
10...30V dc
4 ms
hardware +
filter time (0,
1, 2, 9, or 18
ms)
2 mA @ 10V
dc
2 mA @ 10 V
dc
5.5 mA @ 55V 2 mA @ 10V
dc
dc
1756-IB16
16
12/24V dc
sink
1756-IB16D
16
diagnostic
12/24V dc
sink
1756-IB16I
16
individually
isolated
12/24V dc
sink/source
10...30V dc
4 ms
hardware +
filter time (0,
1, 2, 9, or 18
ms)
16
individually
1756-IB16ISOE= isolated;
sequence of
events
24/48V dc
sink/source
10...55V dc
50 μs
hardware +
filter time
(0...50 ms)
1756-IB32
32
12/24V dc
sink
10...31.2V dc
420 μs + filter
time (0, 1, 2, 2 mA
9, or 18 ms)
1756-IC16
16
48V dc
sink
30...60V dc
4 ms
hardware +
filter time (0,
1, 2, 9, or 18
ms)
1756-IG16
16 (8
5V dc
points/commo
TTL source
n)
1756-IH16I
16
individually
isolated
1756IH16ISOE=
1756-IV16
1756-IV32
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
100 mA
2 mA
5.1 W @ 60 °C
13 mA @ 30V
1.5 mA/point
dc
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
150 mA
3 mA
5.8 W @ 60 °C
10 mA @ 30V
1.5 mA
dc
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
100 mA
3 mA
5 W @ 60 °C
1.5 mA
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
275 mA
2 mA
5.5 W @ 60 °C
5.5 mA
1.5 mA
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
120 mA
2 mA
6.2 W @ 60 °C
2 mA @ 30V
dc
7 mA @ 60V
dc
1.5 mA
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
100 mA
3 mA
5.2 W @ 60 °C
4.5...5.5V dc
.25 ms
hardware +
filter time (0,
1, 2, 9, or 18
ms)
—
—
4.1 mA
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
110 mA
2 mA
1.4 W @ 60 °C
125V dc
sink/source
90...146V dc
6 ms
hardware +
filter time (0,
1, 2, 9, or 18
ms)
1 mA @ 90V
dc
3 mA @ 146V
0.8 mA
dc
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
125 mA
3 mA
5 W @ 60 °C
16
individually
isolated;
sequence of
events
125V dc
sink/source
90...140V dc
75 μs
hardware +
filter time
(0...50 ms)
1.15 mA @
90V dc
1.85 mA @
140V dc
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
275 mA
2 mA
5.5 W @ 60 °C
16
12/24V dc
source
10...30V dc
2 ms
hardware +
filter time (0,
1, 2, 9, or 18
ms)
2.0 mA @ 10V 10 mA @ 30V
1.5 mA
dc
dc
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
110 mA
2 mA
5.41 W @ 60
°C
32
12/24V dc
source
10...30V dc
2 ms
hardware +
filter time (0,
1, 2, 9, or 18
ms)
2 mA @ 10V
dc
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
120 mA
2 mA
4.1 W @ 60 °C
1.5 mA
0.3 mA
3.5 mA @ 30V
1.5 mA
dc
=If you use 1756-IB16ISOE or 1756-IH16ISOE modules in a remote rack, you must use a 1756-SYNCH SynchLink module to coordinate system time.
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Digital dc Output Modules
Cat. No.
Number of
Outputs
Voltage
Category
Operating
Voltage
Output
Output Current Continuous
Removable
Backplane
Rating, per
Current per
Terminal
Current (mA)
Point, Max.
Module, Max. Block Housing at 5V
1756-OB8
8
12/24V dc
source
10...30V dc
2.0 A @ 60 °C
8.0 A @ 60 °C
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
1756-OB8EI
8
electronically
fused,
individually
isolated
12/24V dc
source
10...30V dc
2 A @ 60 °C
16.0 A @ 55 °C
(Linear derating)
10.0 A @ 60 °C
1756-OB8I
8
individually
isolated
12/24V dc
source
10...30V dc
2.0 A @ 60 °C
1756-OB16D
16
diagnostic
24V dc
source
19.2...30V dc
12/24V dc
source
16
individually
isolated
Backplane
Current (mA)
at 24V
Power
Dissipation,
Max.
165 mA
2 mA
2.5 W @ 60 °C
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
250 mA
2 mA
4.7 W @ 60 °C
16.0 A @ 60 °C
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
165 mA
2 mA
4.6W A @ 60 °C
2 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
1 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
8 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
4 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
250 mA
140 mA
3.3 W @ 60 °C
10...31.2V dc
1 A @ 60 °C
8 A @ 60 °C
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
250 mA
2 mA
4.1 W @ 60 °C
12/24V dc
sink/source
10...30V dc
2 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
1 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
8 A @ 30 °C
(Linear derating)
4 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
350 mA
3 mA
3.6 W @ 60 °C
16
individually
1756-OB16IS isolated;
8
scheduled
12/24V dc
sink/source
10...30V dc
2 A @ 30 °C
1 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
8 A @ 30 °C
4 A @ 60 °C
(Linear derating)
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
350 mA
2.5 mA
3.6 W @ 60 °C
1756-OB32
32
12/24V dc
source
10...31.2V dc
0.5 A @ 50 °C
(Linear derating)
0.35 A @ 60 °C
16 A @ 50 °C
(Linear derating)
10 A @ 60 °C
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
300 mA
2 mA
4.8 W @ 60 °C
1756-OC8
8
48V dc
source
30...60V dc
2.0 A @ 60 °C
8.0 A @ 60 °C
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
165 mA
2 mA
4.9 W @ 60 °C
1756-OG16
16
5V dc
TTL
4.5...5.5V dc
24 mA @ 60 °C
384 mA @ 60 °C
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
210 mA
2 mA
1.5 W @ 60 °C
1756-OH8I
8
individually
isolated
120V dc
sink/source
90...146V dc
2 A @ 60 °C
8 A @ 60 °C
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
210 mA
2 mA
3.3 W @ 60 °C
16
1756-OV16E electronically
fused
12/24V dc
sink
10...30V dc
1 A @ 60 °C
8 A @ 60 °C
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
210 mA
2 mA
6.72 W @ 60 °C
32
1756-OV32E electronically
fused
12/24V dc
sink
10...30V dc
0.5 A @ 50 °C
(Linear derating)
0.35 A @ 60 °C
16.0 A @ 50 °C
(Linear derating)
10.0 A @ 60 °C
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
390 mA
2 mA
5.88 W @ 60 °C
Removable
Backplane
Terminal
Current (mA)
Output Current Block Housing at 5V
Backplane
Current (mA)
at 24V
Power
Dissipation,
Max.
16
1756-OB16E electronically
fused
1756-OB16I
Digital Contact Output Modules
Output Delay
Time, ON to
OFF, Max.
Type of
Contact
Output
16
1756-OW16I individually
isolated
10 ms
16 N.O.
10...265V ac
5...150V dc
2 A @ 5…30V dc
0.5 A @ 48V dc
1756-TBCH
0.25 A @ 125V dc 1756-TBS6H
2 A @ 125/240V ac
150 mA
150 mA
4.5 W @ 60 °C
8
individually
isolated
13 ms
1 set of form-C
contacts for each
output
10...265V ac
5...150V dc
2 A @ 5…30V dc
0.5 A @ 48V dc
1756-TBCH
0.25 A @ 125V dc 1756-TBS6H
2 A @ 125/240V ac
100 mA
100 mA
3.1 W @ 60 °C
Cat. No.
1756-OX8I
Number of
Outputs
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Operating
Voltage
ControlLogix Selection Guide
1756 Analog I/O
Modules
11
The 1756 analog I/O modules support these features.
y On-board data alarming
y Scaling to engineering units
y Real-time channel sampling
y IEEE 32-bit floating point or 16-bit integer data formats
Removable
Terminal Block
Housing
Backplane
Current (mA) at
5V
Backplane
Current (mA) at
24V
Power
Dissipation,
Max.
±10.25V
0...5.125V
0...10.25V
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
150 mA
40 mA
1.73 W - Voltage
2.33 W - Current
16 bits
0...21mA Range
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
250 mA
275 mA
5.1 W @ 60 °C
—
16 bits
±10.5V
0...5.25V
0...10.5V
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
250 mA
100 mA
3.7 W - Voltage
4.3 W - Current
—
16 bits
±10.25V
0...5.125V
0...10.25V
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
150 mA
65 mA
2.3 W - Voltage
3.9 W - Current
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
375 mA
100 mA
4.3 W - Voltage
4.7 W - Current
250 mA
125 mA
4.3 W
Number of
Inputs
Number of
Outputs
Resolution
Sensors Supported
1756-IF8
8 single-ended, 4
differential,
2 high-speed
differential
—
16 bits
1756-IF6CIS
6 isolated, current
sourcing
—
1756-IF6I
6 isolated
1756-IF16
8 differential,
4 high-speed
differential,
16 single-ended
Cat. No.
4 high-speed, sub1756-IF4FXOF2F millisecond,
differential
2 high-speed
voltage or
current
14 bits
Inputs
±10.5V
0...5.25V
0...10.5V
Outputs
±10.5V
1756-IR6I
6 isolated RTD
—
16 bits
y 100, 200, 500, 1000Ω
Platinum, alpha=385
y 100, 200, 500, 1000Ω
1756-TBNH
Platinum, alpha=3916
1756-TBSH
y 120Ω Nickel, alpha=672
y 100, 120, 200, 500Ω Nickel,
alpha=618
y 10Ω Copper
1756-IT6I
6 isolated
thermocouple
1 CJC
—
16 bits
-12 mV... +78 mV
-12 mV... +38 mV
Thermocouples: B, E, J, K, R,
S, T, N, C
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
250 mA
125 mA
4.3 W
1756-IT6I2
6 isolated
thermocouple
2 CJC
—
16 bits
-12 mV... +78 mV
-12 mV... +38 mV
Thermocouples: B, E, J, K, R,
S, T, N, C, L, D
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
200 mA
120 mA
3.9 W
1756-OF4
—
4 voltage or
current
15 bits
—
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
150 mA
120 mA
3.25 W - 4 channel
current
1756-OF6CI
—
6 isolated
13 bits
—
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
250 mA
300 mA
5.5 W (0…550 Ω
loads)
6.1 W (551…1000
Ω loads)
1756-OF6VI
—
6 isolated
14 bits
—
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
250 mA
175 mA
4.85 W
1756-OF8
—
8 voltage or
current
15 bits
—
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
150 mA
210 mA
4.92 W - 4 channel
current
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ControlLogix Selection Guide
1756 Specialty I/O
Modules
1756-CFM Configurable Flow Meter Module
The 1756-CFM module provides Totalizer mode for metering applications, or high-speed
frequency measurements for speed or rate control applications, on two channels
connected to flowmeters.
Number of Inputs
per Channel
Cat. No. Mode of Operation
2 – Flowmeter (F) Input
Totalizer fill and prover
used for all modes
High-resolution 100 kHz max.
1756-CFM
2 – Gate input used in
Frequency 0.0005 Hz
Totalizer mode for
resolution
prover/store count
Voltage, Flowmeter Input
± 30V - Selectable input thresholds of 50
mV, 1.3V & 4V:
± 30V peak unterminated open circuit
voltage – Magnetic Pickup
TTL Compatible – Input Voltage greater
than 1.3V dc is Logic 1 and - 0.7V
dc…1.3V dc is Logic 0
12…24V dc powered preamp output - 4V
dc threshold
Removable
Backplane
Terminal Block Current (mA)
Housing
at 5V
Backplane
Current (mA)
at 24V
Power
Dissipation,
Max.
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
6 mA
6 W @ 60 °C
300 mA
1756-HSC High-speed Counter Module
The 1756-HSC module provides four high-speed, output-switching, ON-OFF windows. The
module uses pulses for counting and frequency.
Cat.
No.
Mode of Operation
Counter - 1 MHz max.
Rate Measurement - 500
kHz max.
1756-HSC
Encoder - 250 kHz max.
Debounce filter - 70 Hz
max.
Number of
Counters
Inputs per
Counter
2
3 (A, B, Z for
Gate/Reset)
Count Range
Number of
Outputs
0…16, 777, 214
4 (2 per common)
Removable
Backplane
Backplane
Power
Terminal Block Current (mA) Current (mA) Dissipation,
Housing
at 5V
at 24V
Max.
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
300 mA
3 mA
5.6 W @ 60 °C
1756-PLS Programmable Limit Switch Module
The 1756-PLS module supports enhanced packaging applications.
Cat.
No.
1756-PLS
Mode of Operation Number of Inputs
Requires 3 contiguous
slots in chassis
16
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Removable
Terminal Block
Number of Outputs Housing
16
Requires 3 RTBs
1756-TBNH or 1756TBSH
Backplane Current Backplane Current Power Dissipation,
(mA) at 5V
(mA) at 24V
Max.
1000 mA
125 mA
25.7 W @ 30 °C
21.3 W @ 60 °C
ControlLogix Selection Guide
HART Smart
Instrumentation
13
HART (Highway Addressable Remote Transmitter) is an open protocol designed to connect
analog devices. For HART connectivity, select from products available from Rockwell
Automation and our Encompass partners.
Select a HART Interface
If Your Application has
Select
Description
y Analog and HART connectivity in one module
y No external hardware required to access HART signal
y HART commands can be transmitted as unscheduled
messages
y Supports asset management software to HART device
1756-IF8H
1756-OF8H
Rockwell Automation analog I/O modules
y Data acquisition or control application with slow update
requirements (such as a tank farm)
y No external hardware required to access HART signal
y Does not connect directly to asset management software
MVI56-HART
Prosoft interface
y Analog and HART in one module
y Instrumentation in hazardous locations (FLEX Ex modules)
y HART commands can be transmitted as unscheduled
messages
y Directly connects asset management software to HART
devices
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
There are specific FLEX I/O and FLEX Ex
modules designed for HART systems.
These catalog numbers end in an H, such
as 1797-IE8H.
Number of
Cat. No. Inputs
Number of
Outputs
Resolution
1756-IF8H 8 voltage or current
—
16 bits
1756-OF8 —
8 voltage or current
15 bits across
21mA...650nA/bit
16 bits across
10.4V...320V/bit
Removable
Terminal Block
Housing
Backplane
Current (mA) at
5V
Backplane
Current (mA) at
24V
Power
Dissipation,
Max.
±10.25V
0...5.125V
0...10.25V
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H
200 mA
230 mA
3.21 W voltage
4.01 W current
—
1756-TBNH
1756-TBSH
300 mA
70 mA
4.92 W - 8 channel
current
Sensors
Supported
Typical HART Configuration
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ControlLogix Selection Guide
1756 Removable
Terminal Blocks
Removable terminal blocks (RTBs) provide a flexible interconnection between your plant
wiring and 1756 I/O modules. The RTB plugs into the front of the I/O module. The type of
module determines which RTB you need. You can choose screw-clamp or spring-clamp
RTBs.
RTBs are not shipped with I/O modules. You must order them separately. The standard
housing on the front of the wiring arm is not deep enough for 2.5 mm2 (14 AWG) wiring. If
you plan to use 2.5 mm2 (14 AWG) wiring, also order the extended housing.
Wiring Systems
Cat. No.
Description
Weight
1756-TBNH
Screw-clamp with 20-pin connection
0.1 kg (0.3 lb)
1756-TBSH
Spring-clamp with 20-pin connection
0.1 kg (0.3 lb)
1756-TBCH
Screw-clamp with 36-pin connection
0.1 kg (0.3 lb)
1756-TBS6H
Spring-clamp with 36-pin connection
0.1 kg (0.3 lb)
1756-TBE
Extended housing; required for additional wiring space if using 2.5 mm2 (14 AWG) wiring
0.05 kg (0.1 lb)
As an alternative to buying RTBs and connecting the wires yourself, you can buy a wiring
system of:
y interface modules (IFMs) that provide the output terminal blocks for digital I/O modules.
Use the pre-wired cables that match the I/O module to the IFM.
y analog interface modules (AIFMs) that provide the output terminal blocks for analog I/O
modules. Use the pre-wired cables that match the I/O module to the AIFM.
y I/O module-ready cables. One end of the cable assembly is an RTB that plugs into the
front of the I/O module. The other end has individually color-coded conductors that
connect to a standard terminal block.
For more information, go to http://www.ab.com.
PanelConnect Modules
A PanelConnect module and its sensor connection system connect sensors directly to I/O
modules using convenient pre-built cables and connectors.
The PanelConnect module mounts on the enclosure and creates the correct seal for the
entry of the sensor connections. You do not need to seal the opening where the sensor
cables enter the enclosure, create custom connectors, or wire to those custom connectors.
For more information, go to http://www.ab.com.
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ControlLogix Selection Guide
Place ControlLogix
I/O Modules
15
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 I/O
modules in the control system determines how the modules exchange data.
If the I/O module is
Digital
And you place the
module here
Local chassis
Remote chassis
Analog
Local chassis
Remote chassis
The data exchange method is
based on
Change of state (COS)
and / or
Requested packet interval (RPI)
Requested packet interval (RPI)
Real time sample (RTS)
and / or
Requested packet interval (RPI)
Requested packet interval (RPI)
For a ControlLogix controller to control 1756 I/O, the I/O must be in one of these locations:
y in the same chassis as the controller.
y on a ControlNet network that is local to that controller.
y on an Ethernet/IP network that is local to that controller.
Add I/O online
When online:
y you can add 1756 I/O modules to the local chassis, remotely via the unscheduled
portion of a ControlNet network, and remotely via an EtherNet/IP network.
y the I/O modules you add online use direct connections (rack-optimized connections are
not supported when adding I/O modules online).
Select Controller
Ownership
Relationship
Owner controller
Listen-only connection
In a Logix system, modules multicast data. This means that multiple devices can receive
the same data at the same time from a single device. When you choose a communication
format for an I/O module, you have to choose whether to establish an owner or listen-only
relationship with the module.
Description
The controller that creates the primary configuration and communication connection to a
module. The owner controller writes configuration data and can establish a connection to
the module.
An owner provides the configuration data for the I/O module. A controller using a listenonly connection only monitors the module. It does not write configuration data and can
only maintain a connection to the I/O module while the owner controller is actively
controlling the I/O module.
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ControlLogix Selection Guide
How I/O Modules
Operate
Module Type
Placement
Local chassis
Digital input
Remote chassis
Local chassis
Digital output
Remote chassis
Local chassis
Analog input
Remote chassis
Local chassis
Analog output
Remote chassis
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In a Logix system, I/O updates occur asynchronously to the execution of logic. This allows
your application to receive updated data as soon as possible. If your application needs
synchronous I/O updates, use the synchronous copy (CPS) instruction to buffer I/O data at
the beginning of each scan.
Operation
The RPI specifies the rate at which an I/O module multicasts its data. The time ranges from 200
microseconds to 750 milliseconds. When the specified time frame elapses, the module will
multicast data (also called cyclic data exchange).
If a change of state (COS) does not occur within the RPI timeframe, the module multicasts data at
the rate specified by the RPI.
The RPI values and COS still define when the I/O module multicasts data within its own chassis,
but only the value of the RPI determines when the owner controller receives the data over the
network.
When an RPI value is specified for an input module in a remote chassis, in addition to instructing
the module to multicast data within its own chassis, the RPI also reserves a spot in the stream of
data flowing across the control network. The timing of this reserved spot may or may not
coincide with the exact value of the RPI, but the owner controller will receive data at least as
often as the specified RPI.
If the I/O module resides in the same chassis as the owner controller, the module receives the
data almost immediately after the owner controller sends it. Data is sent after all the programs
within each task have completed executing.
If an output module resides in a chassis other than that of the owner controller, the owner
controller sends data to the output module only at the RPI rate.
The RPI also reserves a spot in the stream of data flowing across the control network. The timing
of this reserved spot may or may not coincide with the exact value of the RPI, but the output
module receives data at least as often as the specified RPI.
The RTS value specifies when the analog module scans its channels and multicasts the data
(update the input data buffer then multicast). The RPI value specifies when the module multicasts
the current contents of the input data buffer without scanning (updating) the channels.
The module resets the RPI timer each time an RTS transfer occurs. If the RTS value is less than
or equal to the RPI value, each multicast of data from the module has newly updated channel
data. The module only multicasts at the RTS rate.
If the RTS value is greater than the RPI, the module multicasts at both the RTS rate and the RPI
rate.
The RPI and RTS rates still define when the analog module multicasts data within its own
chassis, but only the RPI value determines when the owner controller receives the data over the
network.
The RPI also reserves a spot in the stream of data flowing across the control network. The timing
of this reserved spot may or may not coincide with the exact value of the RPI, but the controller
receives data at least as often as the specified RPI.
The RPI value specifies when the owner controller broadcasts output data to the module. If the
module resides in the same chassis as the owner controller, the module receives the data almost
immediately after the owner controller sends it.
If an output module resides in a chassis other than that of the owner controller, the owner
controller sends data to the output module only at the RPI rate.
The RPI also reserves a spot in the stream of data flowing across the control network. The timing
of this reserved spot may or may not coincide with the exact value of the RPI, but the output
module receives data at least as often as the specified RPI.
ControlLogix Selection Guide
Step 2 - Select:
y Size the motion application (use the
Motion Analyzer)
17
Motion Control Requirements
y How you want to interface the controller
and drives
y A SERCOS or analog interface module
y Associated cable(s)
y A removable terminal block (RTB) - only
needed for analog interface modules
y Select drives, motors, and accessories
(use the Motion Analyzer)
The Logix approach to motion control employs synchronized, distributed processing and
provides a highly-integrated motion solution. The Logix system integrates sequential and
motion control to bring unmatched flexibility to machine design and unprecedented
efficiency to the manufacturing floor. RSLogix 5000 Enterprise series software supports a
comprehensive set of embedded motion instructions that can be programmed using the
relay ladder, structured text, or sequential function chart editors.
The Logix architecture supports motion components that work in a wide variety of
machine architectures:.
y The Kinetix integrated-motion solution uses a SERCOS interface module to perform
complex, multi-axis, synchronized motion. With a Kinetix system, you reap the full
benefit of the Integrated Architecture platform because the integration doesn’t stop at
the controller. This system integrates the drive, the motor, and even the actuator at a
lower cost per axis of motion. Use the same RSLogix 5000 programming software to
configure, program, and commission your application.
y Logix integrated motion uses the analog family of servo modules for controlling
drives/actuators that do not support the SERCOS interface. The analog family of servo
modules provide a ±10 voltage analog output and can interface with a variety of
feedback device types including rotary/linear absolute and incremental.
y Networked motion provides the ability to connect via the DeviceNet network to a singleaxis drive to perform simple, point-to-point indexing. You need Ultraware software for
drive and indexing configuration.
Use this selection guide to select the appropriate motion interface. For more information,
use the:
y Motion Analyzer CD, publication PST-SG003, to size your motion application and to make
final component selection.
y Kinetix Motion Control Selection Guide, publication GMC-SG001, to verify drive, motor,
and accessory specifications.
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ControlLogix Selection Guide
You can communicate directly to a servo drive using a motion interface or over a network.
Select a Motion
Interface
Communicate Directly to a Servo Drive
The controller can control these servo drives through these motion interfaces.
If your application requires
Select
y 1756-M16SE (16 axes)
y 1756-M08SE (8 axes)
Rockwell Automation SERCOS interface drives
y 1756-M03SE (3 axes)
y 1756-L60M03SE (3 axes)
SERCOS interface drives that are Extended Pack Profile compliant
y Analog command signal
1756-M08SEG (8 axes)
1756-M02AE
y Quadrature feedback
y Analog command signal
1756-HYD02
y LDT feedback
y Analog command signal
1756-M02AS
y SSI feedback
Communicate Over a Network
Some servo drives are supported through communication interface modules. The
controller can communicate with these servo drives over these networks.
Drives✶
1394 GMC drive
and control
2098 Ultra3000
DeviceNet servo
drive
2098 Ultra5000
intelligent
positioning
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
DeviceNet
Universal
Remote I/O
RS-232 Serial
DH-485
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
✶Each drive has different options you order for its supported communication networks. See the appropriate catalog or selection information for a drive to make sure you select the appropriate option when specifying a drive for a
specific network.
For more information on drives, motors, and accessories, see the Kinetix Motion Control
Selection Guide, publication GMC-SG001.
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ControlLogix Selection Guide
SERCOS Interface
Modules
19
The SERCOS-interface servo modules serve as a link between the ControlLogix platform
and intelligent, servo drives. SERCOS is the IEC 61491 SErial Real-time COmmunication
System protocol over a fiber-optic medium. The SERCOS interface is an open, controllerto-digital drive interface designed for high-speed, real time, serial communication using
noise-immune, fiber-optic cables.
The SERCOS interface modules use a single, digital fiber-optic link, which eliminates as
many as 18 digital wires per axis. Detailed drive-status information can be sent from drive
to controller and from controller to drive.
The modules are compatible with the RSLogix 5000 motion instructions set and axis
configuration utilities. The motion instructions provide a wide range of motion capability,
including point-point positioning, gearing, position and time-based camming, and multiaxis linear and circular motion.
The SERCOS interface modules can connect to these servo drives.
y 2093 Kinetix 2000 multi-axis servo drive
y 2094 Kinetix 6000 multi-axis servo drive
y 2099 Kinetix 7000 high-power servo drive
y 2098 Ultra3000 SERCOS servo drive
y 1394C SERCOS drive
y 8720MC spindle
Cat. No.
Number of Axes, per
Module, Max.
Number of Axes,
per Controller,
Max.
Power
Dissipation
Backplane Current Backplane Current
(mA) at 5V
(mA) at 24V
SERCOS Data Rate
1756-M03SE
3
32
5.1 W
760 mA
2.5 mA
32
8.5 W
1960 mA
16.5 mA
ControlLogix controller
combined with 3 SERCOS axes
1756-L60M03SE=
4 Mbits or 8 Mbits per
second
6 axes total with addition of
another motion module
1756-M08SE
8
1756-M08SEG
8
1756-M16SE
16
32
5.1 W
760 mA
2.5 mA
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE
=The 1756-L60M03SE is a 1756-L60 ControlLogix controller with an embedded 1756-M03SE SERCOS interface. This is a 2-slot module.
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Cables for Use with the
SERCOS Interface
Modules
Cat. No.
Select one of these fiber optic cables to connect the SERCOS interface module to
the drive.
Description
Plastic Fiber-optic Cables✶
1000 μm plastic simplex fiber-optic cable
2090-SCEPx-x (no jacket)
Transmission range of 1...32 m (3.28...104.99 ft).
2090-SCVPx-x (standard jacket)
Allen-Bradley offers plastic, fiber-optic cable assemblies that come in a variety of jackets:
2090-SCNPx-x (nylon jacket)
• No jacket (chlorinated polyethylene) for use inside an electrical cabinet
• A standard jacket (polyvinyl chloride) for use outside of electrical cabinets
• A nylon jacket for use in harsh environments
Glass Fiber-optic Cables7
200 μm glass fiber optic cable
2090-SCVGx-x
Transmission range of 1...200 m (3.28...656.17 ft).
Allen-Bradley offers glass, fiber-optic cable assemblies that come with a standard jacket
(polyvinyl chloride) for use in normal environments.
✶The x-x determines the length in meters. Specify 0-1 for 0.1 m, 0-3 for 0.3 m, 1-0 for 1 m, 3-0 for 3 m, 5-0 for 5 m, 8-0 for 8 m, 10-0 for 10 m, 15-0 for 15 m, 20-0 for 20 m, 25-5 for 25 m, or 32-0 for 32 m.
7The x-x determines the length in meters. Specify 1-0 for 1 m, 5-0 for 5 m, 8-0 for 8 m, 10-0 for 10 m, 15-0 for 15 m, 20-0 for 20 m, 25-0 for 25 m, 32-0 for 32 m, 50-0 for 50 m, 100-0 for 100 m, 150-0 for 150 m, or 200-0 for 200 m.
Both the transmitter and receiver connections use a F-SMA standard plug that conforms
to the F-SMA screw type connector.
Bottom of the
SERCOS module
Receiver
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The ControlLogix family of analog servo modules is a cost effective option for closed-loop
or open-loop motion control of devices that support an analog interface. The analog servo
modules provide an ±10 volt analog output-command reference and support a variety of
position feedback devices. As many as two axes can be controlled per module, and
multiple modules can be used to provide as many as 32 axes of control per ControlLogix
controller.
Analog Interface
Modules
Select the appropriate analog interface module.
This interface module
1756-M02AE
1756-HYD02
Offers
The 1756-M02AE is a two-axis servo module optimized for control of drives/actuators that requires a ±10V
velocity or torque reference input. The 1756-M02AE provides a quadrature-position feedback output and is
compatible with a wide range of quadrature-output rotary and linear transducers.
The 1756-HYD02 is a two-axis servo module optimized for control of hydraulic actuators that requires a ±10V
velocity reference input. The 1756-HYD02 provides an LDT feedback input. Typical actuators include hydraulic
motors and hydraulic cylinders. The 1756-HYD02 is compatible with a wide range of magnostrictive linear
transducers (LDT) feedback devices.
Compatible LDTs include:
y Temposonics II: RPM or DPM
y Balluff: BTL-2-L2 or BTL-2-M2
y Santest: GYRP or GYRG
y Gemco Quick-Stick II: 951 VP or 951 RS
The 1756-M02AS is a two-axis servo module optimized for control of drives/actuators that requires a ±10V
velocity or torque reference input. The 1756-M02AS provides a serial synchronous input (SSI) positionfeedback output and is compatible with a wide range of quadrature output rotary and linear transducers.
SSI devices are available in many versions.
1756-M02AS
y Linear absolute and incremental encoders
y Rotary absolute and incremental encoders
y Linear absolute glass scales
y Linear magnostrictive
y Linear laser distance
Number of Axes,
Cat. No. per Module, Max.
1756-M02AE
1756-HYD02 2
32
1756-M02AS
Removable
Terminal Block
Housing
Backplane Current
(mA) at 5V
Backplane Current
(mA) at 24V
5.5 W
700 mA
2.5 mA
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H✶
5.5 W
700 mA
2.5 mA
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H✶
5.5 W
700 mA
2.5 mA
1756-TBCH
1756-TBS6H✶
Number of Axes,
per Controller, Max. Power Dissipation
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE
✶Maximum wire size will require the extended depth RTB housing (1756-TBE).
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The following example shows a sample configuration using the 1756-HYD02 analog
interface module.
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Step 3 - Select:
y Networks
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Network Communication
y Communication modules
y Associated cables and network
equipment
y Sufficient modules and cables if you are
planning a redundant system
Separate communication interface modules are available for different networks. Install
multiple communication-interface modules into the ControlLogix backplane to configure a
gateway to bridge or route control and information data between different networks.
Messages are sent directly from one communication interface module across the
backplane to another. You can route a message through a maximum of four chassis (eight
communication hops). You do not need a ControlLogix controller in the chassis.
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 NetLinxbased 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.
y 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.
y 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.
y 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.
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Select a Network
You can configure your system for information exchange between a range of devices,
computing platforms, and operating systems.
If your application requires
y Plant management (material handling)
y Configuration, data collection, and control on a single, highspeed network
y Time-critical applications with no established schedule
y Data sent regularly
y Internet/Intranet connection
y High-speed transfer of time-critical data between controllers and
I/O devices
y Deterministic and repeatable data delivery
y Media redundancy
y Controller redundancy
y Intrinsic safety
y Redundant controller systems
y Connections of low-level devices directly to plant floor
controllers, without interfacing them through I/O modules
y Data sent as needed
y More diagnostics for improved data collection and fault detection
y Less wiring and reduced start-up time than a traditional, hardwired system
y Plantwide and cell-level data sharing with program maintenance
y Data sent regularly
y Transfer of information between controllers
y Connections between controllers and I/O adapters
y Data sent regularly
y Distributed control so that each controller has its own I/O and
communicates with a supervisory controller
y Fieldbus transmitters and actuators
y Closed-loop control
y Process automation
y Modems
y Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA)
y Connections to existing DH-485 networks
Use this network
Select
EtherNet/IP network
1756-EN2F, 1756-EN2T
1756-ENBT
1756-EWEB
ControlNet network
1756-CN2, 1756-CN2R
1756-CNB, 1756-CNBR
DeviceNet network
1756-DNB
Data Highway Plus network
1756-DHRIO
Remote I/O network
1756-DHRIO
FOUNDATION Fieldbus network
1757-FFLD
1788-CN2FF
Serial network
Built-in serial port
1756-MVI, -MVID
Built-in serial port
DH-485 network
For more specialized communication requirements, select from these options.
If your application requires
SynchLink fiber-optic communication to:
y controllers.
y power distribution systems.
y PowerFlex 700S drives.
Remote access to controllers.
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1756-SYNCH
9300-RADES
9300-RADKIT
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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.
Select the appropriate controller and EtherNet/IP interface depending on the application
and how the controller interacts with the devices.
If your application
y Controls I/O modules
y Requires an adapter for disibuted I/O on
EtherNet/IP links
y Communicates with other EtherNet/IP devices
(messages)
y Bridges EtherNet/IP links to route messages to
devices on other networks
Select
Description
1756-EN2F
1756-EN2T
1756-ENBT
The EtherNet/IP communication module:
y controls I/O over an EtherNet/IP network.
y acts as an adapter for distributed I/O on remote
EtherNet/IP links.
y routes messages to devices on other networks.
y Requires remote access via an Internet
browser to tags in a local ControlLogix
controller
y Communicates with other EtherNet/IP or
1756-EWEB
generic Ethernet devices (messaging only;
no I/O control)
y Bridges EtherNet/IP links to route messages to
devices on other networks
Cat. No.
Connections
10/100 Mbps
Each module supports a maximum of: 5.1 W
y 128 TCP/IP connections.
y 256 Logix connections (I/O and
5.1 W
information).
1756-EN2F
1756-EN2T
1756-ENBT
10/100 Mbps
1756-EWEB
Power Dissipation,
Max.
Communication Rate
Each module supports a maximum of: 3.65 W
y 64 TCP/IP connections.
y 128 Logix connections (I/O and
3.65 W
information).
The enhanced Web-server module provides Internet
browser access so you can monitor and modify data
remotely via XML Web pages. The Web-server module
supports:
y data access (read and write) to ControlLogix
controllers.
y bridging and routing of messages.
y custom Web pages.
y email capability.
y open socket services.
Backplane Current (mA) at 5V
Backplane Current (mA) at 24V
1A
3 mA
1A
3 mA
700 mA
3 mA
700 mA
3 mA
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM, C-Tick
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Typical EtherNet/IP Configuration
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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 network gives you deterministic, repeatable transfers of all missioncritical control data in addition to supporting transfers of non-time-critical data. I/O
updates and controller-to-controller interlocking always take precedence over program
uploads and downloads and messaging.
Communication
Cat. No. Rate
Connections
5 Mbps
y Standalone controller
systems only
100 (any combination of
scheduled and
5 Mbps
y Standalone controller unscheduled)
1756-CN2R
systems only
y Redundant media
Cable
1756-CN2
1756-CNB
5 Mbps
y Standalone and
redundant controller
systems
5 Mbps
y Standalone and
1756-CNBR redundant controller
systems
y Redundant media
RG-6 coaxial cable
1786-RG6 (shield high flex cable)
1786-RG6F (quad shield high flex coax cable)
1786-XT termination resistor
Choose taps:
y 1786-TPR (T-tap right angle)
40...48 (any combination y 1786-TPS (T-tap straight)
y 1786-TPYR (Y-tap right angle)
of scheduled and
y 1786-TPYS (Y-tap straight)
unscheduled)
Power Dissipation, Backplane Current Backplane Current
Max.
(mA) at 5V
(mA) at 24V
5.14 W
970 mA
1.7 mA
5.14 W
970 mA
1.7 mA
5.14 W
970 mA
1.7 mA
5.14 W
970 mA
1.7 mA
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM, C-Tick
Redundant Controller Systems via a ControlNet Network
Redundancy requires no additional programming and is transparent to any device
connected over an EtherNet/IP or ControlNet network. It uses 1757-SRM modules to
maintain communication between the pair of redundant chassis.
y Same size chassis for each redundant chassis with the same slot assignments in each
chassis
y One 1756-L55 or 1756-L6x controller per chassis
Use the same catalog number, firmware revision, and memory size controller in each
chassis.
y A maximum of five communication modules, which can be:
⎯ One to five 1756-CNB modules
⎯ One or two 1756-ENBT modules
y One 1757-SRM module in each redundant chassis
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All I/O must be remote from the redundant controllers. ControlLogix redundancy works
with remote 1756 I/O modules, FLEX I/O modules, drives, operator interfaces, or any
other devices that can communicate with a ControlLogix controller over a ControlNet
link. To connect to other networks, bridge through another ControlLogix chassis (not one
of the redundant controller chassis).
Cat. No. Cable
Voltage/Current
Choose:
y 1757-SRC1, 1 m (3.28 ft)
y 1757-SRC3, 3 m (9.84 ft)
1757-SRM
y 1757-SRC10, 10 m (32.81 ft)
y 1757-SRC50, 50 m (164.04 ft)
y 1757-SRC100, 100 m (328.08 ft)
30V ac/dc maximum
100 mA maximum
Power Dissipation,
Max.
Backplane Current
(mA) at 3.3V
Backplane Current
(mA) at 5V
Backplane Current
(mA) at 24V
9.6 W
750 mA
1000 mA
90 mA
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM, C-Tick
Connect to Other
Devices via a
ControlNet Network
The RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software supports a generic ControlNet module
that allows connections to ControlNet nodes for which there is no specific support
currently available in the programming software. A module configured as a generic
ControlNet module communicates with the controller in the form of input, output,
status, and configuration tags. These tags and their characteristics vary depending on
the type of module.
For example, use the generic module configuration to set up communication between
a ControlLogix controller and a 1203-CN1 ControlNet communication module. Then use
the CIP generic MSG instruction type to send and receive messages from the 1203CN1 module.
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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.
DeviceNet Network
Communication
Cat. No. Rate
Connections
Cable
y 125 Kbps
1756-DNB y 250 Kbps
y 500 Kbps
2 connections to
dedicated ControlLogix
controller
Choose:
y KwikLink™ flat media
y Thick-trunk round media
y Thin-trunk round media
Power Dissipation, Backplane Current Backplane Current
Max.
(mA) at 5V
(mA) at 24V
5.3 W
600 mA
3 mA
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM, C-Tick
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Safety Networks
Safety-related communication between GuardLogix controllers takes place via produced
and consumed safety tags. These safety tags use the CIP Safety protocol, which is
designed to preserve data integrity during communication.
Select a Safety Network
These communication interface modules use the CIP Safety procotol.
Safety Network
EtherNet/IP network
Description
The 1756-ENBT module provides safety interlocking between GuardLogix controllers on an
EtherNet/IP network.
The GuardLogix controller supports the ability to produce (broadcast) and consume (receive)
system-shared tags over the Ethernet/IP network.
ControlNet network
The 1756-CNB, 1756-CNBR module provides safety interlocking between GuardLogix controllers
on a ControlNet network.
The GuardLogix controller supports the ability to produce (broadcast) and consume (receive)
system-shared tags over the ControlNet network.
DeviceNet network
A 1756-DNB module communicates and exchanges data with DeviceNet Safety I/O modules.
You can use both standard and safety DeviceNet networks, but you must not use standard data
in the safety program.
Field DeviceNet Safety I/O can be connected to safety input and output devices, allowing these
devices to be controlled by the GuardLogix control system.
Serial network
The built-in serial port of the GuardLogix controller supports the same serial communication as
the built-in serial port in all Logix controllers.
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DH+ and Remote I/O
Networks
Cat. No.
Communication
Rate
y 57.6 Kbps
1756-DHRIO y 115.2 Kbps
y 230.4 Kbps
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The DH+ and remote I/O module supports messaging between devices on DH+
networks. The remote I/O functionality enables the module to act as a scanner for
transferring digital and block-transfer data to and from remote I/O devices.
Connections
Cable
32 connections per DH+ channel
1770-CD
Belden 9463
32 logical rack connections per remote I/O
channel
16 block-transfer connections per remote I/O
channel
150 Ω and 82 Ω
termination resistors
ship with the module
Power Dissipation, Backplane Current Backplane Current
Max.
(mA) at 5V
(mA) at 24V
4.5 W
850 mA
2 mA
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM, C-Tick
Typical DH+ Configuration
Typical Remote I/O Configuration
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FOUNDATION Fieldbus
Network
FOUNDATION Fieldbus is a communication network created by the Fieldbus Foundation.
It is a protocol designed for robust, distributed control of process control applications.
Devices connected by a FOUNDATION Fieldbus network can be used for sophisticated,
highly-distributed process control.
Select the appropriate FOUNDATION Fieldbus interface.
If your application
bridges from
Select
EtherNet/IP
1757-FFLD
ControlNet
1788-CN2FF
Description
The 1756-FFLD linking device bridges from Ethernet to H1. It accepts either HSE or
EtherNet/IP messages and converts them to the H1 protocol.
The 1788-CN2FF linking device supports one linking device per ControlNet tap. The device
connects to two, independent Fieldbus H1 networks.
Cat. No.
Communication Rate
Connections
Backplane Current (mA)
at 24V
1757-FFLD2
10/100 Mbps over EtherNet/IP
31.25 Kbps over Fieldbus
Two H1 networks
300 mA
Four H1 networks
300 mA
Two H1 networks
270 mA
1757-FFLD4
1788-CN2FF
2 ms over ControlNet
31.25 Kbps over Fieldbus
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM, C-Tick
Typical 1757-FFLD Configuration
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Serial Network
Use this DF1 mode
Point to point
DF1 radio modem
DF1 master
DF1 slave
User mode (ASCII)
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The serial port is compatible with RS-232 serial communication. The serial port
supports the DF1 protocol to communicate with other devices on the serial link.
For
Communication between a controller and other DF1-compatible devices using DF1 full-duplex protocol.
SCADA applications where controllers exchange data via radio transmission.
Control of polling and message transmission between the master and each slave using DF1 halfduplex polled protocol.
Using the controller as a slave station in a master/slave serial network using DF1 half-duplex protocol.
Communication between a controller and an ASCII device, such as a bar code reader.
Modbus Support
To use Logix5000 controllers on Modbus, you connect through the serial port and
execute a specific ladder logic routine. The controller project is available with
RSLogix 5000 Enterprise programming software. For more information, see Using
Logix5000 Controllers as Masters or Slaves on Modbus Application Solution,
publication CIG-AP129.
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On the DH-485 network, the controller can send and receive messages to and from other
controllers on the network. The DH-485 connection does support remote programming
and monitoring via RSLogix 5000 software. However, excessive traffic over a DH-485
connection can adversely affect overall performance and can lead to timeouts and loss
in RSLogix 5000 configuration performance.
DH-485 Network
Important: Use Logix5000 controllers on DH-485 networks only when you want to add
controllers to an existing DH-485 network. For new applications with Logix5000
controllers, networks in the NetLinx open architecture are the recommended networks.
You need a 1761-NET-AIC converter for each controller you want to put on the DH-485
network. You can have two controllers per one 1761-NET-AIC converter, but you need a
different cable for each controller. Connect one controller to port 1 (9-pin connector) and
one controller to port 2 (mini-DIN connector).
To connect to this port
Use this cable
Port 1
DB-9 RS-232, DTE connection
1747-CP3
or
1761-CBL-AC00
Port 2
mini-DIN 8 RS-232 connection
1761-CBL-AP00
or
1761-CBL-PM02
1756-DH485 Communication Module
The 1756-DH485 module provides two 9-pin connector, D-shell, DH-485 connections. You
need a 1761-NET-AIC converter to directly connect the module to a DH-485 network.
Cat. No.
Communication Rate
1756-DH485 19.2 Kbps (default) and 9600 Kbps
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Backplane Current (mA) at 5V
Backplane Current (mA) at 24V
Power Dissipation
850 mA
1.7 mA
4.5 W
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The SynchLink module provides time synchronization and data broadcasting capabilities
for distributed motion and coordinated drive control.
SynchLink
Communication
1756-SYNCH SynchLink Module
The 1756-SYNCH SynchLink module connects a ControlLogix chassis to a SynchLink
fiber-optic communication link. The module:
y coordinates CST time across multiple ControlLogix chassis.
y moves a limited amount of data from one chassis to another at a high speed.
y lets one controller consume motion axes data from a controller in another chassis.
Cat. No.
Communication Rate
Operating wavelength: 650 nm (red)
1756-SYNCH Data rate: 5 Mbps
Baud rate: 5 Mbps
Cable
Power Dissipation, Backplane Current Backplane Current
Max.
(mA) at 5V
(mA) at 24V
Order 1403-CFxxx cable or from Lucent
Technologies, Specialty Fiber Technologies
division✶
6.19 W
1200 mA
2.5 mA
Length 200/230 micron Hard Clad Silica (HCS)
Versalink V-System1…300 m (3.28...984.25 ft)
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE
✶The xxx determines the length. Select 001, 003, 005, 010, 020, 050, 100, or 250 meters.
Star configuration
Requires:
1751-SLBA base block
1751-SL4SP four-port splitter block
Supports:
2 layers of hubs
16 end nodes per hub
257 nodes (including master node) per star network
Daisy chain configuration
Optional:
1751-SLBP bypass switch block
Supports:
10 nodes (including master and end nodes) per daisy chain network
Ring configuration
Optional:
1751-SLBP bypass switch block
Supports:
10 nodes (including master and end nodes) per ring network
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Access the Controller
Remotely
Remote access dial-in kits let you connect via modem to a remote site’s network and
controller. Once connected, you can monitor the process, collect data, and make
program changes remotely. Each remote access dial-in kit includes a:
y pre-configured modem.
y communication module.
y DIN rail mounting hardware.
y associated cables.
Each kit also includes a CD-ROM-based installation guide and tutorial that takes you stepby-step through establishing a remote dial-in connection.
The modem supports remote configuration, so you can modify the remote network
modem’s command settings through a dial-up connection. This helps you recover modem
communication if a change occurs in the controller’s channel configuration.
The remote access modem also has call-back security that is authenticated with a
password.
Cat. No.
Communication
9300-RADES
56 Kbps modem connection to devices on an Ethernet network
9300-RADKIT
56 Kbps modem connection to devices on DH+ or DH-485 network
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Supported Controllers
Power Requirements
y
y
y
y
y
8...48V dc
200 mA at 24V dc
ControlLogix, CompactLogix, FlexLogix controllers
MicroLogix controllers
Enhanced PLC-5 processors
SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 processors
1203-SSS
8...48V dc
100 mA at 12V dc
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Step 4 - Select:
y A controller with sufficient memory
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1756 ControlLogix Controllers
y 1784-CF64 CompactFlash card for each
1756-L6x controller
y Memory board for each 1756-L55
controller
y 1756-BA2 for 1756-L6x series B
controllers
y 1756-BATM for larger memory size 1756L55 controllers and all 1756-L6x
controllers
y Replacement batteries
The ControlLogix controller provides a scalable controller solution that is capable of
addressing a large amount of I/O points.
The ControlLogix controller can be placed into any slot of a ControlLogix I/O chassis and
multiple controllers can be installed in the same chassis. Multiple controllers in the
same chassis communicate with each other over the backplane (just as controllers can
communicate over networks) but operate independently.
ControlLogix controllers can monitor and control I/O across the ControlLogix backplane,
as well as over I/O links. ControlLogix controllers can communicate with computers or
other processors across RS-232-C (DF1/DH-485 protocol), DeviceNet, DH+, ControlNet,
and EtherNet/IP networks. To provide communication for a ControlLogix controller, install
the appropriate communication interface module into the chassis.
The multitasking operating system supports 32 configurable tasks that can be prioritized.
One task can be continuous. The others must be periodic or event tasks. Each task can
have as many as 100 programs, each with its own local data and logic, allowing virtual
machines to operate independently within the same controller.
Specification
Battery
Programming cable
Description
1756-BA1 for series A controllers
1756-BA2 for 1756-L6x, series B controllers
1756-BATM (contains a 1756-BATA battery assembly) for
series A controllers
1756-CP3 or 1747-CP3 serial cable
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM (1756-L6x controllers only), C-Tick, EEx ATEX
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ControlLogix Controllers
Memory
Cat. No.
Available User
Memory✶
I/O Memory
Nonvolatile
Memory
Power Dissipation, Thermal
Max.
Dissipation, Max.
Backplane Current Backplane Current
(mA) at 5V
(mA) at 24V
1756-L55M12
750 KB
208 KB7
NA
5.6 W
19.1 BTU/hr
1230 mA
14 mA
1756-L55M13
1536 KB
208 KB7
NA
5.6 W
19.1 BTU/hr
1230 mA
14 mA
1756-L55M14
3584 KB
208 KB7
NA
5.7 W
19.4 BTU/hr
1250 mA
14 mA
1756-L55M16
7680 KB‡
208 KB7
NA
6.3 W
21.5 BTU/hr
1480 mA
14 mA
1756-L55M22
750 KB
208 KB7
750 KB
5.6 W
19.1 BTU/hr
1230 mA
14 mA
1756-L55M23
1536 KB
208 KB7
1.5 MB
5.6 W
19.1 BTU/hr
1230 mA
14 mA
1756-L55M24
3584 KB
208 KB7
3.5 MB
5.7 W
19.4 BTU/hr
1250 mA
14 mA
1756-L61
2048 KB
478 KB7
64 MB CompactFlash§ 3.5 W
11.9 BTU/hr
1200 mA
14 mA
1756-L61S
2048 KB Standard
1024 KB Safety
478 KB
64 MB CompactFlash
3.5 W
11.9 BTU/hr
1200 mA
14 mA
1756-L62
4096 KB
478 KB7
64 MB CompactFlash§ 3.5 W
11.9 BTU/hr
1200 mA
14 mA
1756-L62S
4096 KB Standard
1024 KB Safety
478 KB
64 MB CompactFlash
3.5 W
11.9 BTU/hr
1200 mA
14 mA
1756-L63
8196 KB
478 KB7
64 MB CompactFlash§ 3.5 W
11.9 BTU/hr
1200 mA
14 mA
1756-L64
16,384 KB
478 KB7
64 MB CompactFlash§ 3.5 W
11.9 BTU/hr
1200 mA
14 mA
1756-L60M03SE™ 8192 KB
478 KB7
64 MB CompactFlash§ 8.5 W
11.9 BTU/hr
1960 mA
6 mA
1756-LSP
NA
NA
11.9 BTU/hr
1200 mA
14 mA
NA - Safety Partner
3.5 W
✶Data and Logic memory stores: tags other than I/O, produced, or consumed tags; logic routines; and communication with OPC/DDE tags that use RSLinx software.
7I/O memory stores: I/O tags, produced tags, consumed tags, communication via Message (MSG) instructions, communication with workstations, and communication with OPC/DDE tags that use RSLinx software.
‡No more than 3500 Kbytes of data.
§Requires a 1784-CF64 Industrial CompactFlash card.
™The 1756-L60M03SE is a 1756-L60 ControlLogix controller with an embedded 1756-M03SE SERCOS interface. This is a 2-slot module.
The 1756-L6x controller executes ladder scans almost twice as fast as the 1756-L55
controllers and executes function block, REAL data type math, and motion instructions
four to five times faster than the 1756-L55 controllers.
The 1756-L60M03SE controller combines a 1756-L6x controller and a SERCOS motion
module in a two-slot module. This controller is ideal for small motion systems and can
control three SERCOS axes with the included interface. This controller can control as
many as six axes if you add an additional motion module.
Select a Controller for a Redundant Controller System
If you are designing a redundant controller system, consider:
y redundant controller systems support one or two 1756-L55 controllers or one
1756-L6x controller in each redundant chassis.
y data is buffered in the secondary controller, so twice as much data memory space
is required in the controller.
y the redundant controllers must be on a ControlNet network.
Select a Controller for a Safety System
If you are designing a safety controller system, consider:
y SIL 2 safety systems use standard ControlLogix controllers. See Using ControlLogix in
SIL 2 Applications Safety Reference Manual, publication 1756-RM001.
y SIL 3 safety systems use GuardLogix controllers (1756-L61S, 1756-L62S) and the Safety
Partner (1756-LSP). See GuardLogix Controllers Systems Safety Reference Manual,
publication 1756-RM093.
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Determine Memory
Requirements
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The following equations provide an estimate of the memory needed for a controller.
These numbers are rough estimates.
Controller Tasks
_____ * 4000 = _____ bytes (minimum 1 task)
Digital I/O points
Analog I/O points
Communication modules=
Motion axes
_____ * 400
_____ * 2600
_____ * 2000
_____ * 8000
=
=
=
=
_____ bytes
_____ bytes
_____ bytes
_____ bytes
=When estimating memory use by communication modules, count all the communication modules in the system, not just those in the local chassis.
This includes device connection modules, adapter modules, and ports on PanelView terminals.
Additional 1756-L55 M emory
The 1756-L55 controllers do not operate standalone. Choose one of these memory boards
to come already assembled with the controller. You can also order additional memory
boards either for spare parts or to upgrade existing 1756-L55 controllers.
The 1756-L6x controllers have a fixed RAM size and do not use a memory board. Use a
CompactFlash card for nonvolatile storage.
Catalog
Number
Supported Controller
Battery-backed Static RAM
Nonvolatile RAM
1756-M12✶
1756-L55
750 KB
None
1756-M13
1756-L55
1.5 MB
None
1756-M14
1756-L55
3.5 MB
None
1756-M16
1756-L55
7.5 MB
3.5 MB for tag data
None
1756-M22✶
1756-L55
750 KB
750 KB
1756-M237
1756-L55
1.5 MB
1.5 MB
1756-M247
1756-L55
3.5 MB
3.5 MB
1756-L6x‡
None
RAM contents are written to internal Flash during power down
Same as the memory limit for the controller
1784-CF64
✶The 1756-L55 controller must have firmware revision 10 or later.
7The 1756-L55 controller must have firmware revision 8 or later.
‡You can use CompactFlash with the 1756-L61, 1756-L62, 1756-L63, and 1756-L60M03SE controllers. The 1756-L61, 1756-L62 controllers require firmware revision 12 or later. The 1756-L63 controller requires firmware revision 11
or later. The 1756-L60M03SE controller requires firmware revision 13 or later.
CompactFlash Memory
The CompactFlash card offers nonvolatile memory (flash) to permanently store a user
program and tag data on a controller.
y 1784-CF64 has 64 MB of memory.
y 1784-CF128 has 128 MB of memory.
The 1756-L55M2x controllers have fixed internal nonvolatile memory.
The 1756-L6x controllers support a removable CompactFlash card for nonvolatile
memory. You install the 1784-CF64 card in a socket on the controller. The
CompactFlash card stores the user program, tag data, and controller firmware. This lets
you upgrade firmware on a 1756-L6x controllers without using RSLogix 5000 software
or ControlFlash software.
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Determine Battery
Requirements
Cat. No.
1756-BA1
Each controller ships with a battery.
Description
Estimated Worst Case Battery Life
Lithium battery (0.59 g) installed in each ControlLogix controller.
Order only if you need a replacement.
Estimate @ 25 °C (77 °F)
• 1756-L55M12: 63 days
• 1756-L55M13: 63 days
• 1756-L55M14: 30 days
• 1756-L55M16: 13 days
• 1756-L55M22: 63 days
• 1756-L55M23: 63 days
• 1756-L55M44: 30 days
• Series A 1756-L6x: 21 days
• 1756-L60M03SE: 21 days
Externally mounted battery assembly.
Provides longer battery life than the 1756-BA1.
1756-BATM
Contains:
• One 1756-BATA assembly
• 1 m (3.28 ft) cable to connect housing to controller
Lithium battery assembly (maximum of 5 g lithium per each D cell; assembly contains 2 D cells) included
1756-BATA with the 1756-BATM.
Order only if you need a replacement.
1756-BA2
Lithium battery (0.59 g) installed in each 1756-L6x series B controller.
Order only if you need a replacement.
Estimate @ 25 °C (77 °F)
• 1756-L55M12: 299 days
• 1756-L55M13: 299 days
• 1756-L55M14: 213 days
• 1756-L55M16: 133 days
• 1756-L55M22: 299 days
• 1756-L55M23: 299 days
• 1756-L55M24: 213 days
• Series A 1756-L6x: 146 days
Estimate @ 60 °C (140 °F)
• Series B 1756-L6x: 8 months
The 1756-BATM battery module is recommended for use with all 1756-L55 and
series A 1756-L6x controllers.
Controller
1756-L55M12
1756-L55M13
1756-L55M14
1756-BATM
Recommended
Recommended
Highly recommended
1756-BATA
For a replacement
For a replacement
For a replacement
1756-L55M16
Highly recommended
For a replacement
1756-L55M22
1756-L55M23
Recommended
Recommended
For a replacement
For a replacement
1756-L55M24
Highly recommended
For a replacement
1756-L60M03SE
Highly recommended
Highly recommended
Series A only
Not supported
Highly recommended
Series A only
Not supported
Highly recommended
Series A only
Not supported
Not supported
For a replacement
For a replacement
Series A only
Not supported
For a replacement
Series A only
Not supported
For a replacement
Series A only
Not supported
Not supported
1756-L617
1756-L61S
1756-L627
1756-L62S
1756-L637
1756-L64
1756-LSP Safety partner
1756-BA1
For a replacement
For a replacement
For a replacement
Not recommended for
long-term use
For a replacement
For a replacement
Not recommended for
long-term use
For a replacement
1756-BA2
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Series A only
Series B only
Only battery supported
Not supported
Series A only
Series B only
Only battery supported
Not supported
Series A only
Series B only
Not supported
Only battery supported
Only battery supported
Not supported
These controllers have nonvolatile memory and can be used without a battery.
7The 1756-L6x controllers have nonvolatile memory if you install a 1784-CF64 CompactFlash card. With nonvolatile memory, the controller can be used without a battery. If you do not use a battery, current tag data will be at the
state they were when the nonvolatile memory was saved.
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Compatibility
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Control Distributed I/O Modules
The ControlLogix controller can control these distributed I/O modules using the I/O
Configuration tree in RSLogix 5000 programming software.
I/O Modules
1732 ArmorBlock I/O
1734 POINT I/O
1734D POINTBlock I/O
1738 ArmorPoint I/O
1746 SLC I/O
1756 ControlLogix I/O
1769 Compact I/O
1771 Universal I/O
1790 CompactBlock LDX I/O
1791D CompactBlock I/O
1792D ArmorBlock MaXum I/O
1794 FLEX I/O
1797 FLEX Ex I/O
1798 FLEX Armor I/O
1799 Embedded I/O
EtherNet/IP
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
ControlNet
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes7
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
DeviceNet
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Remote I/O
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
✶Requires RSLogix 5000 programming software version 11 or later. Use the generic FLEX profile.
7Use a 1771-ACN15, 1771-ACNR15 adapter module. Version 10 and later of RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software supports 1771 digital, analog, and specialty I/O modules. Previous versions of the software support only 1771
digital I/O modules.
Communicate with Display Devices
The ControlLogix controller can communicate with these display devices.
Display Devices
2711P PanelView Plus
terminal
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
DeviceNet
DH+
Remote I/O
RS-232 (DF1)
DH-485
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No✶
6182H VersaView CE
computer
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No✶
2711 PanelView terminal
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes7
Yes
Yes7
Yes7
2711 e PanelView terminal No
Yes
No
Yes7
Yes
No
No
800E, 800T RediSTATION/
RediPANEL operator
No
module
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
2706 InView message
display
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
2706 DL40 Dataliner
message display
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
2706 DL, DL50 DataLiner
message display
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
2707 DTAM Plus operator No
interface
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes7
Yes7
✶These devices support DH-485 communication to FlexLogix and CompactLogix controllers.
7Use PLC/SLC mapping.
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Communicate with Other Controllers
The ControlLogix controller can communicate with these controllers.
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
DeviceNet
DH+
RS-232 (DF1)
DH-485♣
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
1789 SoftLogix5800 Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
1794 FlexLogix
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
5720 PowerFlex
700S with DriveLogix Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
1785 PLC-5
1747 SLC
1761 MicroLogix
1762 MicroLogix
1763 MicroLogix
1764 MicroLogix
1772 PLC-2
1775 PLC-3
5250 PLC-5/250
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes‡
Yes‡
Yes‡
Yes‡
Yes‡
Yes‡
N/A
N/A
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes➤
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yesa
Yes™
Yes
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
N/A
N/A
N/A
Controller
1756 ControlLogix
1756 GuardLogix
1768, 1769
CompactLogix
Yes✶7
Yes§
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
N/A
N/A
N/A
✶The Ethernet PLC-5 controller must be series C, firmware revision N.1 or later; series D, firmware revision E.1 or later; or series E, firmware revision D.1 or later.
7The 1785-ENET Ethernet communication interface module must be series A, firmware revision D or later.
‡The PLC-5, SLC, and MicroLogix processors appear as I/O points to the Logix controller. Use the appropriate DeviceNet interface for the controller.
§Use a 1747-L55x controller with OS501 or greater.
➤The PLC-2 controller requires a 1785-KA module for DH+ communications.
aThe PLC-2 controller requires a 1771-KG module for serial (DF1) communications.
The PLC-3 controller requires a 1775-S5 module for DH+ communications.
™The PLC-3 controller requires a 1775-KA module for serial (DF1) communications.
♣The 1756-DH485 module supports full DH-485 functionality.
Communicate with Other Communication Devices
The ControlLogix controller can communicate with these communication devices.
Communication Device EtherNet/IP
1770-KFD
N/A
ControlNet
N/A
DeviceNet
Yes
DH+
N/A
RS-232 (DF1)
N/A
DH-485
N/A
9355 RSLinx software
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
1784-KTC, 1784-KTCx,
1784-KTCx15,
1784-PCIC(S), 1784-PCC
N/A
Yes
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1784-PCIDS, 1784-PCD
1784-KTX, 1784-KTXD,
1784-PCMK
1788-CN2DN
1788-EN2DN
1788-CN2FF
N/A
N/A
Yes
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
N/A
Yes
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1203-CN1 ControlNet
module
N/A
Yes✶
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes7
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1203-FM1/FB1 SCANport N/A
✶Use the generic module configuration to configure the 1203-CN1 module and a CIP generic MSG instruction to communicate with the module.
7Use a CIP generic MSG instruction to communicate with the 1203-FM1 SCANport module on a DIN rail that is remote to the controller. The remote DIN rail also requires a 1794-ACN(R)15 ControlNet adapter module.
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How a Logix System
Uses Connections
43
A Logix system uses a connection to establish a communication link between two
devices. Connections can be:
y controller to local I/O modules or local communication modules.
y controller to remote I/O or remote communication modules.
y controller to remote I/O (rack-optimized) modules.
y produced and consumed tags.
y messages.
You indirectly determine the number of connections the controller uses by configuring the
controller to communicate with other devices in the system.
Method
Scheduled connection
• Level of determinism
• Unique to the ControlNet network
Unscheduled connection
• Deterministic
• Used by both ControlNet and EtherNet/IP
networks
Unconnected message
• Least deterministic
Description
A scheduled connection is unique to ControlNet communication. A scheduled connection
lets you send and receive data repeatedly at a predetermined interval, which is the
requested packet interval (RPI). For example, a connection to an I/O module is a scheduled
connection because you repeatedly receive data from the module at a specified interval.
Other scheduled connections include connections to:
y communication devices.
y produced/consumed tags.
On a ControlNet network, you must use RSNetWorx for ControlNet software to enable all
scheduled connections and establish a network update time (NUT).
An unscheduled connection is a message transfer between controllers that is triggered by
the requested packet interval (RPI) or the program (such as a MSG instruction).
Unscheduled messaging lets you send and receive data when needed.
All EtherNet/IP connections are unscheduled.
An unconnected message is a message that does not require connection resources. An
unconnected message is sent as a single request/response.
The communication module you select determines the number of connections you have
available for I/O and messages.
This communication module
1756-CNB, 1756-CNBR
1756-CN2, 1756-CN2R
1756-ENBT
Supports this number of connections
40...48
(any combination of scheduled and unscheduled)
100
(any combination of scheduled and unscheduled)
128
(any combination of scheduled and unscheduled)
The EtherNet/IP module does not distinguish between scheduled
and unscheduled connections.
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Determine Total
Connection Use
The ControlLogix controller supports 250 connections. To calculate the total
connections for a controller, consider the connections to local I/O modules and the
connections to remote modules.
Use the following table to tally local connections.
Connection Type
Local I/O module (always a direct connection)
1756-M16SE, 1756-M08SE, 1756-M02AE servo module
1756-L60M03SE controller
1756-HYD, 1756-SSI module
1756-CN2, 1756-CN2R communication module
1756-CNB, 1756-CNBR communication module
1756-ENBT, 1756-EWEB communication module
1756-DNB communication module
1756-DHRIO communication module
Total
Connections per Total
Device Quantity Device
Connections
1
3
0
0
2
1
Regardless of how you configure local I/O modules (rack-optimized or direct connect),
the controller establishes a direct connection for each local I/O module.
Remote connections depend on the communication module. The number of
connections the module itself supports determines how many connections the
controller can access through that module. Use the following table to tally remote
connections for the controller.
Connection Type
Remote ControlNet communication module
Configured as a direct (none) connection
Configured as a rack-optimized connection
Remote I/O module over a ControlNet network (direct connection)
Remote Ethernet communication module
Configured as a direct (none) connection
Configured as a rack-optimized connection
Remote I/O module over an EtherNet/IP network (direct connection)
Remote device over a DeviceNet network
(accounted for in rack-optimized connection for local 1756-DNB module)
Other remote communication adapter
Produced tag
Each consumer
Consumed tag
Cached message
Block-transfer message
Total
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Connections per Total
Device Quantity Device
Connections
0 or
1
1
0 or
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
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Step 5 - Select:
y A chassis with sufficient slots
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ControlLogix Chassis
y 1756-N2 filler strips for empty slots
The ControlLogix system is a modular system that requires a 1756 I/O chassis. Chassis
are available in sizes of 4, 7, 10, 13, and 17 module slots. You can place any module
into any slot.
The backplane provides a high-speed communication path between modules. Multiple
controller modules on the backplane can pass messages between one another. With
multiple communication interface modules on the backplane, a message can be sent
from across a link into a port on one module, routed across the backplane and out
another module’s port, and sent across another link to its ultimate destination.
Cat. No.
Slots
Weight, Approx.
Dimensions (HxWxD), Approx.
Cabinet Size (HxWxD)
1756-A4
4
0.75 kg (1.7 lb)
137 x 263 x 145 mm (5.4 x 10.4 x 5.8 in.)
508 x 508 x 203 mm (20 x 20 x 8 in.)
1756-A7
7
1.10 kg (2.4 lb)
137 x 368 x 145 mm (5.4 x 14.5 x 5.8 in.)
508 x 610 x 203 mm (20 x 24 x 8 in.)
1756-A10
10
1.45 kg (3.2 lb)
137 x 483 x 145 mm (5.4 x 19.0 x 5.8 in.)
508 x 762 x 203 mm (20 x 30 x 8 in.)
1756-A13
13
1.90 kg (4.2 lb)
137 x 588 x 145 mm (5.4 x 23.2 x 5.8 in.)
610 x 762 x 203 mm (24 x 30 x 8 in.)
1756-A17
17
2.20 kg (4.8 lb)
137 x 738 x 145 mm (5.4 x 29.1 x 5.8 in.)
762 x 914 x 203 mm (30 x 36 x 8 in.)
Backplane Current (mA)
4.0 @ 3.3V dc
15.0 A @ 5V dc
2.8 A @ 24V dc
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM
All of the chassis are designed for back-panel mounting. Use the slot filler module,
1756-N2, to fill empty slots.
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When you mount a chassis in an enclosure, meet these minimum spacing requirements.
Mounting Dimensions
Right-side View of Chassis
1756-A4 with Power Supply
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1756-A7 with Power Supply
1756-A10 with Power Supply
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1756-A13 with Power Supply
1756-A17 with Power Supply
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Step 6 - Select:
y One power supply for each chassis
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ControlLogix Power Supplies
y A power supply bundle if you are
planning a redundant power supply
system
ControlLogix power supplies are used with the 1756 chassis to provide 1.2V, 3.3V, 5V, and
24V dc power directly to the chassis backplane. Standard (1756-PA72, 1756-PB72, 1756PA75, 1756-PB75, 1756-PC75, 1756-PH75) and redundant (1756-PA75R, 1756-PB75R)
power supplies are available.
Select a Standard Power Supply
You mount a standard power supply directly on the left end of the chassis, where it
plugs directly into the backplane. The power supply you select can determine which
chassis you can use.
Power Supplies
Attribute
1756-PA72/C
1756-PA75/B
1756-PB72/C
1756-PB75/B
1756-PC75/B
1756-PH75/B
Power Supply Input Voltage, Nom.
120/240 V ac
120/240 V ac
24V dc
24V dc
48V dc
125V dc
90…143V dc
Operating Voltage Range
85…265V ac
85…265V ac
18...32V dc7
18...32V dc7
30…60V dc
Input Power, Max.
100V A / 100 W
100V A / 100 W
95 W
95 W
95 W
95 W
Input Frequency Range
47…63 Hz
47…63 Hz
dc
dc
dc
dc
1.5 A @ 1.2V dc
4.0 A @ 3.3V dc
10.0 A‡ @ 5V dc
2.8 A‡ @ 24V dc
1.5 A @ 1.2V dc
4.0 A @ 3.3V dc
13.0 A‡ @ 5V dc
2.8 A‡ @ 24V dc
1.5 A @ 1.2V dc
4.0 A @ 3.3V dc
10.0 A‡ @ 5V dc
2.8 A‡ @ 24V dc
1.5 A @ 1.2V dc
4.0 A @ 3.3V dc
13.0 A‡ @ 5V dc
2.8 A‡ @ 24V dc
1.5 A @ 1.2V dc
4.0 A @ 3.3V dc
13 A‡ @ 5V dc
2.8 A‡ @ 24V dc
1.5 A @ 1.2V dc
4.0 A @ 3.3V dc
13 A‡ @ 5V dc
2.8 A‡ @ 24V dc
Current Capacity, Max.
Power Supply Output
75 W @ 60 °C (140 °F) 75 W @ 60 °C (140 °F) 75 W @ 60 °C (140 °F) 75 W @ 60 °C (140 °F) 75 W @ 60 °C (140 °F) 75 W @ 60 °C (140 °F)
Hold Up Time✶
5 cycles @ 85V ac, 50/60 Hz
6 cycles @ 120V ac, 50/60 Hz
6 cycles @ 200V ac, 50/60 Hz
6 cycles @ 240V ac, 50/60 Hz
35 ms @ 18 V dc
40 ms @ 24 V dc
40 ms @ 32 V dc
Chassis Compatibility
Series A
Series B
Series A
Series B
Mounting Location
Left side of 1756 chassis
Series B
Series B
Left side of 1756 chassis
50 ms @ 30…60V dc
nom
50 ms @ 90…143V dc
nom§
Series B
Series B
Left side of 1756
series B chassis
Left side of 1756
series B chassis
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM, C-Tick
✶The hold up time is the time between input voltage removal and dc power failure.
7Input may drop to 16V for a maximum of two minutes each hour for motor starting.
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Standard Power Load and Transformer Sizing
Use these graphs to determine the input power requirements for the supplies, given the
power they are providing to the modules in the chassis. The vertical axis of each graph
shows the backplane power consumed by all of the modules in the chassis; the
horizontal axis shows input power requirements of the power supply. Follow these steps
to use the graphs:
1. Add all of the backplane power (watts) for all of the modules in the chassis.
2. Find the number from step 1 on the vertical axis.
3. Follow that value to the right until it intersects the line on the graph.
4. Find the associated input power rating consumed by the power supply on the
horizontal axis.
For example, if the power consumption of all of the modules in the chassis is 30 watts, a
1756-PB75/B consumes approximately 40 watts of Real Power.
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Select Redundant Power Supply
To build a redundant power supply system, you need:
y two redundant power supplies (both 1756-PA75R or 1756-PB75R).
y one 1756-PSCA2 chassis adapter module.
y two 1756-CPR2 cables to connect the power supplies to the 1756-PSCA2 chassis
adapter module (0.91 m (3 ft) length).
y user-supplied annuniciator wiring to connect the power supplies to the input
modules, as needed.
Power Supplies
Adapter
Attribute
1756-PA75R
1756-PB75R
Power Supply Input Voltage, Nom.
120/220V ac
24V dc
Operating Voltage Range
85…265V ac
19…32V dc
Input Power, Max.
115 W
110 W
Apparent Input Power, Max.
120V A
—
Transformer Load, Max.
120V A
—
Input Frequency Range
Current Capacity, Max.
47…63 Hz
dc
1.5 @ 1.2V dc
4.0 @ 3.3V dc
13.0 A‡ @ 5V dc
2.8 A‡ @ 24V dc
1.5 @ 1.2V dc
4.0 @ 3.3V dc
13.0 A‡ @ 5V dc
2.8 A‡ @ 24V dc
Power Supply Output
stbUCString::convert:
stbUCString::convert:
Character with charcode: Character with charcode:
"12332" met
"12332" met
Hold Up Time✶
2 cycles @ 85V ac, 60
Hz
6 cycles @ 120V ac, 60 20 ms @ 19 V dc
Hz
70 ms @ 24 V dc
20 cycles @ 220V ac, 60
Hz
Chassis Compatibility
Series B
Series B
Mounting Location
Panel-mounted§
Panel-mounted§
1756-PSCA2
⎯
Left side of 1756
Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, FM, C-Tick
✶The hold up time is the time between input voltage removal and dc power failure.
7This can be a maximum of 0.91 cable-metered (3 cable feet) from the ControlLogix chassis.
The 1756-PSCA2 chassis adapter module is a passive device that funnels power from the
redundant power supplies to the single power connector on the ControlLogix series B
chassis backplane.
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The redundant power supplies are available in ac (1756-PA75R) and dc (1756-PB75R)
versions. They are also available in bundled systems.
Redundant Power Supply Bundle
1756-PAR2
1756-PBR2
Contents
y Two 1756-PA75R power supplies
y Two 1756-CPR2 cables
y One 1756-PSCA2 chassis adapter module
y Two 1756-PB75R power supplies
y Two 1756-CPR2 cables
y One 1756-PSCA2 chassis adapter module
Redundant Power Load and Transformer Sizing
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Step 7 - Select:
y RSLinx Enterprise software
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View Products
y Operator interface terminal or computer
Visualization products, together with Logix for control and NetLinx architecture for
communication, make up Rockwell Automation’s Integrated Architecture strategy. The
visualization strategy combines Rockwell Automation’s expertise in Allen-Bradley
electronic operator interface and industrialized personal computer hardware with
Rockwell Software’s supervisory control software. Current visualization products include:
y RSView Enterprise Series software.
y PanelView Plus operator interface.
y VersaView industrial computers and monitors.
y VersaView CE industrial computer.
RSView Enterprise Series
Software
RSView Enterprise Series software from Rockwell Software is a line of HMI software
products designed with a common look, feel, and navigation to help speed HMI
application development and training time. With RSView Enterprise Series 3.0, you can
reference existing Logix data tags. Any changes made to these referenced tags are
automatically inherited by RSView software.
y RSView Studio software lets you create applications in a single design environment. It
configures RSView Supervisory Edition, RSView Machine Edition, VersaView CE, and
PanelView Plus applications. It supports editing and reusing projects for improved
portability between embedded machine and supervisory HMI systems.
y RSView Machine Edition (ME) software is a machine-level HMI product that supports
both open and dedicated operator interface solutions. It provides a consistent operator
interface across multiple platforms (including Microsoft Windows CE, Windows 2000/XP,
and PanelView Plus solutions), and is ideal for monitoring and controlling individual
machines or small processes.
y RSView Supervisory Edition (SE) software is an HMI software for supervisory-level
monitoring and control applications. It has a distributed and scalable architecture that
supports distributed-server/multi-user applications. This highly scalable architecture can
be applied to a standalone, one-server/one-user application or to multiple users
interfacing with multiple servers.
RSView Enterprise
Series Products
Cat. No.
RSView Studio
RSView Machine Edition
RSView Supervisory Edition
Description
9701-VWSTENE
RSView Studio for RSView Enterprise Series
9701-VWSTMENE
RSView Studio for Machine Edition
9701-VWMR015AENE
RSView ME Station runtime for Windows 2000, 15 displays
9701-VWMR030AENE
RSView ME Station runtime for Windows 2000, 30 displays
9701-VWMR075AENE
RSView ME Station runtime for Windows 2000, 75 displays
9701-VWSCWAENE
RSView SE Client
9701-VWSCRAENE
RSView SE view client
9701-VWSS025AENE
RSView SE Server 25 displays
9701-VWSS100AENE
RSView SE Server 100 displays
9701-VWSS250AENE
RSView SE Server 250 displays
9701-VWSS000AENE
RSView SE Server unlimited display
9701-VWB025AENE
RSView SE station 25 displays
9701-VWB100AENE
RSView SE station 100 displays
9701-VWB250AENE
RSView SE station 250 displays
9701-VWSB000AENE
RSView SE station unlimited display
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PanelView Plus Terminal
The PanelView Plus terminal is ideal for applications that need to monitor, control, and
display information graphically, allowing operators to quickly understand the status of
their application. PanelView Plus terminals come with RSView Studio software and have
embedded RSView Machine Edition software functionality. PanelView Plus terminals
combine the best features from the popular Allen-Bradley PanelView Standard and
PanelView e operator-interface products and adds new functionality.
y Multi-vendor communication
y Trending
y Expressions
y Data logging
y Animation
y RSView Studio software direct browsing of RSLogix 5000 addresses
PanelView Plus CE
Terminal
VersaView CE products offer open Windows CE terminals in Windows desktop
environments, bringing together features of operator interfaces and industrial computers.
It is a high performance computer with a CompactFlash drive and integrated RSView
Machine Edition runtime (no activation required). There’s no hard disk, no fan, and no
moving parts, which means maximum reliability on the plant floor. Easy to set up and
maintain, VersaView CE products provide an open system that’s rugged and economical,
offering high functionality in an easy to use package.
VersaView Industrial
Computers and Monitors
VersaView products are a family of industrial computer and monitor solutions, comprised
of integrated display computers, workstations, non-display computers, and flat panel
monitors. VersaView products offer effortless management of changing technology, a
rugged but cost-effective design, and easier product configuration. All VersaView products
provide the latest industrial solution available, optimized for visualization, control,
information processing, and maintenance application.
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Step 8 - Select:
y The appropriate package of RSLogix
5000 Enterprise Series software and any
options
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Software for a ControlLogix System
y Other software packages for your
application
y An appropriate operator interface
If you have
1756 ControlLogix controller
1756 SERCOS or analog motion module
1756-CNB, -CNBR ControlNet
communication module
1756-DNB DeviceNet communication
module
1756-ENBT, 1756-EWEB EtherNet/IP
communication module
(set the IP address)
1756-DHRIO communication module
(define the DH+ routing table)
1757-FFLD FOUNDATION Fieldbus linking
device
1788-CN2FF FOUNDATION Fieldbus linking
device
Communication card in a workstation
Logix-based system you want to emulate
Logix-based system for which you want
training
Your selection of modules and network configuration determines what software
packages you need to configure and program your system.
You need
Order
9324 series
(RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)
RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software
Use Lite Edition or higher to support motion.
If no motion, you can use the Service Edition
or Mini Edition.
9324-RLD300NXENE (RSLogix 5000
Enterprise Series software plus RSNetWorx
RSNetWorx for ControlNet software
option)
(comes with the standard/NetWorx option of
or
RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)
9357-CNETL3 (RSNetWorx for ControlNet)
9324-RLD300NXENE (RSLogix 5000
Enterprise Series software plus RSNetWorx
RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software
option)
(comes with the standard/NetWorx option of
or
RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)
9357-DNETL3 (RSNetWorx for DeviceNet)
RSLinx software
9324 series
or
(RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)
BOOTP/DHCP server utility to set IP
addresses
or
(RSLinx Lite and BOOTP server come with
9324-RLD300NXENE (RSLogix 5000
RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)
Enterprise Series software plus RSNetWorx
option)
optional RSNetWorx for EtherNet/IP
software
(comes with the standard/RSNetWorx option
of RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)
RSLinx software
(RSLinx Lite and Bootp server come with
RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)
RSFieldbus configuration software
and
RSLinx or RSLinx OEM software (RSLinx Lite
software is not sufficient)
RSLinx software
(RSLinx Lite comes with RSLogix 5000
Enterprise Series software)
RSLogix Emulate 5000 software
RSTrainer for ControlLogix Fundamentals
software
optional 9357-ENETL3 (RSNetWorx for
EtherNet/IP)
9324 series
(RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)
9324-RSFBC
and
9355-WABENE or 9355-WABOEMENE
9324 series
(RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)
9310-WED200ENE
9393 series
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Programming Software
RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software is designed to work with Rockwell
Automation’s Logix platforms. RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software is an IEC 611313 compliant software package that offers relay ladder, structured text, function block
diagram, and sequential function chart editors for you to develop application programs.
Create your own instructions by encapsulating a section of logic in any programming
language into an add-on instruction.
RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software also includes axis configuration and
programming support for motion control. With RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software,
you need only one software package for sequential, process, drive, motion control, and
safety programming.
RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series Software Requirements
Description
Value
Personal computer
Pentium II 450 MHz min
Pentium III 733 MHz (or better) recommended
Software requirements
Supported operating systems:
• Microsoft Windows XP Professional version 2002 (with Service Pack 1 or 2) or XP Home version 2002
• Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional with Service Pack 1, 2, or 3
• Microsoft Windows Server 2003
RAM
128 MB of RAM min
256 MB of RAM recommended
Hard disk space
100 MB of free hard disk space (or more based on application requirements)
Video requirements
256-color VGA graphics adapter
800 x 600 min resolution (True Color 1024 x 768 recommended)
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Select the RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series Software Package
Full Edition: Node
Locked
9324-RLD600 xx E
Service Edition
Mini Edition
Standard/ NetWorx
Concurrent
Professional
Lite Edition
Standard Edition
Edition 9324-
License
Edition 9324-
9324-RLD250 xxE✶
9324-RLD300 xx E✶
RLD300NX xxE✶
9324-RLD600 xx F✶ RLD700NXxxE✶
Available Features
9324-RLD000xxE✶♠
♠ 9324-RLD200 xx E✶
Logix5000 controllers supported
All♠
CompactLogix
FlexLogix
CompactLogix
FlexLogix
All
All
All‡
All
Relay ladder diagram editor§
Upload/download
and view
Full support
Full support
Full support
Full support
Full support
Full support
Function block diagram editor
9324-RLDFBDENE
Upload/download
and view
Upload/download
Full support
Available separately
Upload/download
Upload/download
Available separately Available separately
Full support
Full support
Sequential function chart editor
9324-RLDSFCE
Upload/download
and view
Upload/download
Full support
Available separately
Upload/download
Upload/download
Available separately Available separately
Full support
Full support
Structured text editor
9324-RLDSTXE
Upload/download
and view
Upload/download
Full support
Available separately
Upload/download
Upload/download
Available separately Available separately
Full support
Full support
PhaseManager
9324-RLDPME
Upload/download
Upload/download
Upload/download
Upload/download
Upload/download
Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately
Included
Included
GuardLogix Safety
9324-RLDGLXE
Upload/download
and view
NA
NA
Upload/download
Upload/download
Available separately Available separately
Included
Included
Highly integrated motion
Upload/download
and view
Upload/download
Full support
Full support
Full support
Full support
Full support
Graphical trending
Full support
Full support™
Full support™
Full support
Full support
Full support
Full support
DriveExecutive Lite
9303-4DTE01ENE
Available separately
Available separately Available separately Included
Included
Included
Included
PIDE autotune
9323-ATUNEENE
Available separately
Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately
Included
Included
RSMACC audit support
Included
Included
Included
Included
Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately
Available
separately
Available
separately
Available separately
NA
NA
Available separately Available separately
Available
separately
Included
Logix CPU security
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Routine source protection
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
RSMACC (security server) client
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
FuzzyDesigner
9324-RLDFZYENE
NA
RSLogix Emulate 5000
9310-WED200ENE
Included
Included
Included
Standalone security server
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
RSLinx Classic software
Lite included
Lite included
Lite included
Lite included
Lite included
Lite included
OEM included
RSNetWorx for ControlNet software
RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software
Available separately
RSNetWorx for EtherNet/IP software7
Available separately Available separately Available separately Included
Available
separately
Included
RSLogix Architect
9326-LGXARCHENE™
Available separately
Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately
Available
separately
Included
FBD ActiveX faceplates
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Tag data upload/download
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
RSLogix 5000 project compare
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Tag custom data monitor
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Included
Available
separately
Included
RSView demo (50 tags/2 hours)
Available separately
Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately
Upgrades
To Standard: 9324RLD0U3xxE
To Full: 9324RLD0U6xxE
To Professional:
9324-RLD0U7xxE
To Standard: 9324RLD2U3xxE
To Professional:
9324-RLD2U7xxE
To Full: 9324RLD25U6xxE
To Professional:
9324-RLD25U7xxE
To Full: Multilanguage packa
NA
Node Locked to
Concurrent License:
9324-RLD6U6FxxU NA
To Professional:
9324-RLD6U7xxE
✶Replace xx in the catalog number with the appropriate language designation: ZH=Chinese, EN=English, FR=French, DE=German, IT=Italian, JP=Japanese, KO=Korean, PT=Portuguese, and ES=Spanish.
♠Service Edition supports controllers running firmware revision 12 and later.
‡Full Edition supports controllers running firmware revision 10 and later.
§A multiple language editor package is available as 9324-RLDMLPE. It contains the function block, sequential function chart, and structured text editors at a reduced price.
7RSNetWorx for ControlNet software is 9357-CNETL3. RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software is 9357-DNETL3. RSNetWorx for EtherNet/IP software is 9357-ENETL3. They are available together as 9357-ANETL3.
aThe multiple language editor package (9324-RLDMLPE) is not the same as an upgrade, but it extends the programming languages to match those in a Full package.
™As of RSLogix 5000 programming software, version 15.
As of RSLogix 5000 programming software, version 16.
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RSLinx Software
RSLinx software is a complete communication server providing plant-floor device
connectivity for a wide variety of software applications such as RSLogix 5, RSLogix 500,
and RSLogix 5000, RSView32, RSView Enterprise Series, and RSSql/RSBizWare
software. In addition, several open interfaces are provided for third-party HMI, data
collection and analysis packages, and custom client-application software. RSLinx
software can support multiple software applications simultaneously, communicating to a
variety of devices on many different networks.
RSLinx software, version 2.x, is now joined by RSLinx Enterprise software, a new
product within the RSLinx family that provides unparalleled connectivity to Logix
processors. RSLinx Enterprise software currently can support working as a data server
for widely distributed RSView Supervisory Edition products, RSSql, RSBizWare Historian,
and RSBizWare PlantMetrics applications, RSView Machine Edition software including
PanelView Plus and VersaView hardware platforms, and RSView Supervisory Edition
Station software.
You can communicate from anywhere to anywhere using RSLinx software.
RSLinx Software Requirements
Description
Description
Personal computer
Pentium100 MHz processor
(faster processors will improve performance)
Operating system
Supported operating systems:
• Microsoft Windows XP
• Microsoft Windows 2000
• Microsoft Windows NT version 4.0 with Service Pack 3 or greater
• Microsoft Windows ME
• Microsoft Windows 98
RAM
32 MB of RAM min
64 MB or more of RAM recommended
Hard disk space
35 Mbytes of free hard disk space
(or more based on application requirements)
Video requirements
16-color VGA graphics display
800 x 600 or greater resolution
In most cases, RSLinx Lite software comes bundled with controller programming software
packages.
You can also download RSLinx Lite for free from the Software Updates link on the Get
Support Now website at http://support.rockwellautomation.com
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Select the RSLinx Software Package
Cat. No.
Available only bundled with other products
such as RSLogix software products.
9355-WABSNENE
9355-WABOEMENE
9355-WABENE
9355-WABGWENE
9355-WABCENE
9355-RSLETENE
RSLinx Products
RSLinx Lite
RSLinx Single Node
RSLinx OEM
RSLinx Professional
RSLinx Gateway
RSLinx SDK
RSLinx Enterprise
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Network Configuration
Software
RSNetWorx software is the configuration tool for your control network. With RSNetWorx
software you can create a graphical representation of your network configuration and
configure the parameters that define your network.
Use RSNetWorx software for:
y ControlNet software to schedule network components. The software automatically
calculates network bandwidth for the entire network, as well as the bandwidth used by
each network component. You must have RSNetWorx software to configure and
schedule ControlNet networks.
y DeviceNet software to configure DeviceNet I/O devices and create a scan list. The
DeviceNet scanner stores the configuration information and scan list.
y EtherNet/IP software to configure EtherNet/IP devices using IP addresses or host
names.
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RSNetWorx Software Requirements
Description
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
DeviceNet
Personal computer Intel Pentium or Pentium-compatible computer
Operating system
Supported operating systems:
• Microsoft Windows XP
• Microsoft Windows 2000
• Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Server
• Microsoft Windows NT version 4.0 with Service Pack 6 or later
• Microsoft Windows ME
• Microsoft Windows 98
RAM
32 MB of RAM min
More memory is required for large networks
Hard disk space
Minimum: 108 MB (includes program and hardware files) Minimum: 115 MB (includes program and hardware files) Minimum: 190 MB (includes program and hardware files)
Full support: 115...125 MB (includes program, online
Full support: 168...193 MB (includes program, online
Full support: 230...565 MB (includes program, online
help, tutorial, and hardware files)
help, tutorial, and hardware files)
help, tutorial, and hardware files)
16-color VGA graphics adapter
Video requirements 640 x 480 resolution minimum
800 x 600 resolution recommended
Other
RSLinx Lite software, version 2.41 or later, to use
RSNetWorx software online
RSLinx Lite software, version 2.4 or later, to use
RSNetWorx software online
RSLinx Lite software, version 2.4 or later, to use
RSNetWorx software online
In some cases, RSNetWorx software comes bundled with controller programming
software packages.
Select the RSNetWorx Software Package
Cat. No.
9357-CNETL3
9357-DNETL3
9357-ENETL3
9357-ANETL3
9357-CNETMD3E
9357-DNETMD3E
9357-ENETMD3E
9357-ANETMD3E
Description
RSNetWorx for ControlNet software
RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software
RSNetWorx for Ethernet/IP software
RSNetWorx for ControlNet, Ethernet/IP and DeviceNet
software
RSNetWorx for ControlNet software with MD, includes
DriveExecutive Lite software
RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software with MD
RSNetWorx for EtherNet/IP software with MD
RSNetWorx for ControlNet, DeviceNet, and Ethernet/IP
software with MD
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RSLogix Emulate 5000
Software
RSLogix Emulate 5000 software (9310-WED200ENE) is the emulation package for the
Logix5000 controllers. RSLogix Emulate 5000 software, used in conjunction with RSLogix
5000 software, lets you run and debug your application code while at your computer. In
addition, RSLogix Emulate 5000 software lets you test HMI screens, developed in RSView
software for example, without the need to connect to a real controller.
You can set tracepoint and breakpoint instructions (ladder diagram only) in your
application code, use traces, and also vary the execution speed of the emulator. RSLogix
Emulate 5000 software supports all the programming languages (ladder diagram, function
block diagram, structured text, and sequential function chart). RSLogix Emulate 5000
software does not allow for control of real I/O.
Use RSLogix Emulate software for:
y troubleshooting.
Stop the process whenever a selected rung goes true, effectively freezing the process at
the instant that any error occurs.
y ladder logic scanning options.
Scan your ladder logic continuously, one program scan at a time, rung-by-rung, or select
a specific block of rungs to emulate. Selecting a block of rungs lets you isolate a
particular section of the program for testing purposes. You can also set trace points to
trace application program tags and set break points to halt program execution at
predetermined locations.
RSLogix Emulate 5000 Requirements
Description
Description
Personal computer
IBM-compatible Intel Pentium II 300 MHz or Celeron 300A
(Pentium III 600 MHz recommended)
Operating system
Supported operating systems:
• Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 1or later
• Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 2 or later
• Microsoft Windows NT version 4.0 with Service Pack 6A or later
RAM
128 MB of RAM min
Hard disk space
50 MB of free hard disk space
Video requirements
16-color VGA graphics display
800 x 600 or greater resolution
RSLogix Emulate 5000 software includes RSTestStand Lite software. RSTestStand Lite
software lets you create virtual operator consoles that can help test your application code.
RSTestStand Lite software can be upgraded to the standard version by ordering catalog
number 9310-TSTNDENE.
RSLogix Emulate 5000 and RSTestStand Lite software are included with RSLogix 5000
Professional software.
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Rockwell Automation offers several different levels of training for your Logix system.
While most of these training aids are ControlLogix specific, the lessons and tools also
apply to the other Logix platforms.
y Instructor-led courses
y Computer-based training
y Workstation simulator
y Job aids
Instructor-led Courses
The instructor-led courses are best suited for people new to the Logix architecture and for
those new to programmable controllers.
Course
CCCL21
CCN142
CCP143
CCP146
CCP151
CCP152
CCP153
SAF101
SAF102
Description
Interpreting and Maintaining Basic Ladder Logic Instructions in an RSLogix 5000 Project
Programming Logix5000 Motion Applications
Developing a Logix5000 Project Using RSLogix 5000 Software
Fundamentals of Logix5000 Systems
Programming Basic Ladder Logic Instructions in an RSLogix 5000 Project
Programming Logix5000 Applications Using Function Block Diagrams
ControlLogix Maintenance and Troubleshooting
GuardLogix Application Development
GuradLogix Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Computer-based Training
The computer-based training programs are designed to provide the essential introductory
information needed for using the product. Computer-based training is best used as a
resource following an instructor-led course.
Cat. No.
9393-RSTCLX
9393-RSTPCLX
9393-RSTLX5K
9393-RSTPLX5K
Description
ControlLogix Fundamentals (90 day warranty)
ControlLogix Fundamentals (1 year warranty)
RSLogix 5000 Programming Software (90 day warranty)
RSLogix 5000 Programming Software (1 year warranty)
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ControlLogix Selection Guide
ControlLogix Workstation Simulator
The ControlLogix workstation simulator (ABT-TDCL1) is an engineering support tool that
you can integrate into your training and development programs. The simulator helps you
perform sequential, process, drive control, and motion control. This simulator is also
used with most of the available instructor-led courses. The simulator includes:
y Network hardware (ControlNet, DH+)
y Control hardware (controller, power supply, digital I/O modules, analog I/O modules)
y Programming cable (to connect to your computer)
y Motion control hardware (motion modules, servo drives, motors)
y Operator interface panel (pushbuttons, potentiometers, voltmeters)
Job Aids
Job aids are useful resources to take back to your facility after completing instructor-led
and computer-based training.
Job Aid
ABT1756TSG10
ABT1756DRG70
ABT1756TSJ50
ABT1756TSJ20
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Description
ControlLogix Glossary guide
ControlLogix Reference guide
ControlLogix Procedure guide
ControlLogix Troubleshooting guide
ControlLogix Selection Guide
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Additional Resources
These documents contain additional information about ControlLogix products.
Resource
Description
ControlLogix Controllers Installation
Instructions
Publication number 1756-IN101
Install and Connect a ControlLogix Controller
This manual describes how to assemble and install a ControlLogix controller.
ControlLogix System User Manual
Publication number 1756-UM001
Configure, Program, and Operate a ControlLogix Controller
This manual describes the necessary tasks to configure, program, and operate a
ControlLogix system.
ControlLogix Redundancy System User Manual Configure, Program, and Operate Redundant ControlLogix Controllers
This manual describes the necessary tasks to configure, program, and operate redundant
Publication number 1756-UM523
ControlLogix controllers.
Logix5000 Controllers Design Guidelines
Publication number 1756-RM094
Logix5000 Controllers Common Procedures
Programming Manual
Publication number 1756-PM001
Motion Modules in Logix5000 Control Systems
User Manual
Publication number LOGIX-UM002
Integrated Architecture Recommended
Literature
Publication number IASIMP-RM001
Design Considerations for Logix5000 Systems
This reference manual provides guidelines you can follow to optimize your system. This
manual also provides system information you need to make system design choices.
Common Controller Procedures for All Users
This manual guides the development of projects for Logix5000 controllers. It provides
links to individual guides for information on:
• Add-On Instructions, 1756-PM010
• ASCII Strings, 1756-PM001
• Controller Information and Status, 1756-PM015
• I/O and Tag Data, 1756-PM004
• Major and Minor Faults, 1756-PM014
• Messages, 1756-PM012
• Nonvolatile Memory, 1756-PM017
• Produced and Consumed Tags, 1756-PM011
• Programming: Function Block Diagram, 1756-PM009
• Programming: Relay Ladder, 1756-PM008
• Programming: Sequential Function Chart, 1756-PM006
• Programming: Structured Text, 1756-PM007
• Security, 1756-PM016
• Tasks, Programs, and Routines, 1756-PM005
• IEC 61131-3 Compliance, 1756-PM018
Configure and Use Motion Modules
Use this manual to setup and program motion control using a Logix5000 motion module.
Recommended Literature
This guide provides a list of recommended literature for products that comprise an
Integrated Architecture solution.
You can view or download publications at http://literature.rockwellautomation.com. To
order paper copies, contact your local Rockwell Automation distributor or sales
representative.
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ControlLogix, FlexLogix, CompactLogix, PowerFlex 700S with DriveLogix, SoftLogix5800, MicroLogix, PLC-5, PLC-3, PLC-2, SLC, DH+, Allen-Bradley, FLEX Ex,
PanelView, RSLogix, RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series, RSNetWorx, RSView, Rockwell Software, SERCOS interface, Ultraware, VersaView are trademarks of Rockwell
Automation, Inc.
Trademarks not belonging to Rockwell Automation are property of their respective companies.
Publication 1756-SG001J-EN-P – September 2007
Supersedes 1756-SG001I-EN-P – November 2006
Copyright ©2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA.
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