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COMPACTLOGIXCONTROLLERS

SELECTION GUIDE

1769-L311769-L32C, 1769-L35CR1769-L32E, 1769-L35E1768-L43, 1768-L45

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Logix Controllers Comparison

Characteristic 1756 ControlLogix 1756 GuardLogix1768CompactLogix

1769CompactLogix 1789 SoftLogix5800

PPowerFlex 700SPhase 2 withDriveLogix

Controller tasks:• Continuous• Periodic• Event

• 100 tasks• Event tasks: all eventtriggers

• 100 tasks• Event tasks: all eventtriggers

• 16 tasks• Event tasks: consumedtag, EVENT instruction,axis, and motion eventtriggers

• 1769-L35x: 8 tasks• 1769-L32x: 6 tasks• 1769-L31: 4 tasks• Event tasks: consumedtag and EVENT instructiontriggers

• 100 tasks• Event tasks: all eventtriggers, plus outboundand Windows events

• 8 tasks• Event tasks: axis andmotion event triggers

User memory

1756-L55M12: 750 KB1756-L55M13: 1.5 MB1756-L55M14: 3.5 MB1756-L55M16: 7.5 MB1756-L55M22: 750 KB1756-L55M23: 1. 5 MB1756-L55M24: 3.5 MB1756-L60M03SE: 750 KB1756-L61: 2 MB1756-L62: 4 MB1756-L63: 8 MB1756-L64: 16 MB

1756-L61S:2 MB Standard1 MB Safety

1756-L61S:4 MB Standard1 MB Safety

1768-L43: 2 MB1768-L45: 3 MB

1769-L31: 512 KB1769-L32x: 750 KB1769-L35x: 1.5 MB

1789-L10:2 MB; 1 controller; nomotion

1789-L30:64 MB; 3 controllers

1789-L60:64 MB; 6 controllers

1.5 MB

Nonvolatile user memory

1756-L55M12: none1756-L55M13: none1756-L55M14: none1756-L55M16: none1756-L55M22: yes1756-L55M23: yes1756-L55M24: yes1756-L6x: CompactFlash

CompactFlash CompactFlash CompactFlash None CompactFlash

Built-in communicationports 1 port RS-232 serial 1 port RS-232 serial 1 port RS-232 serial

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

Depends on personalcomputer • 1 port RS-232 serial

Communication options

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

• EtherNet/IP (standardand safety)• ControlNet (standardand safety)• DeviceNet (standardand safety)• Data Highway Plus• Remote I/O• SynchLink

• EtheNet/IP• ControlNet• DeviceNet

• EtherNet/IP• ControlNet• DeviceNet

• EtherNet/IP• ControlNet• DeviceNet

• EtherNet/IP• ControlNet• DeviceNet

Serial port communication

• 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• 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

Controller connections 250 250 250 100 250 100

Network connections

Per network module:• 100 ControlNet (CN2/A)• 40 ControlNet (CNB)• 256 EtherNet/IP; 128TCP (EN2x)• 128 EtherNet/IP; 64 TCP(ENBT)

Per network module:• 100 ControlNet (CN2/A)• 40 ControlNet (CNB)• 256 EtherNet/IP; 128TCP (EN2x)• 128 EtherNet/IP; 64 TCP(ENBT)

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

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

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

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

Controller redundancy Full support None Backup via DeviceNet Backup via DeviceNet NA NA

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 interfaceAnalog options:• Encoder input• LDT input• SSI input

SERCOS interfaceAnalog options:• Encoder input• LDT input• SSI input

SERCOS interface NA SERCOS interfaceAnalog 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

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Logix Platforms Allen-Bradley Logix platforms provide a single integrated-control architecture for discrete,drives, motion, process, and safety control.

The Logix platforms provide a common control engine, programming softwareenvironment, and communication support across multiple hardware platforms. All Logixcontrollers operate with a multitasking, multiprocessing operating system and support thesame set of instructions in multiple programming languages. One RSLogix 5000programming-software package programs all Logix controllers. And, as part of theIntegrated Architecture, all Logix controllers offer the benefits of the Common IndustrialProtocol (CIP) to communicate via EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, and DeviceNet networks.

Section PageCompactLogix System Overview 4CompactLogix Controllers 7Network Communication 17Motion Requirements 291769 I/O Modules 33Power Supplies 41Mounting 45View Products 51Software 53

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CompactLogix Systems CompactLogix is designed to provide a Logix solution for medium applications. Typically,these applications are machine-level control applications with I/O requirements, networkconnectivity, and motion control requirements. A simple system can consist of astandalone controller with a single bank of I/O modules and DeviceNet communication. Ina more complex system, add other networks and motion control. Multiple controllers cancommunicate across networks and share data.

What's New in Version 16.03:

1768-L45 controller

Using CompactLogix controllers on EtherNet/IP or ControlNet networks, you have themeans to cost-effectively integrate a simple machine or application into a plant-widecontrol system. For example, you can use a CompactLogix 1769-L35E controller toconnect a suite of scalable products, such as the Allen-Bradley PanelView Plus operatorinterface, POINT I/O, and the PowerFlex 70 drive, for a full-scale integrated solution.Both ends of the architecture provide a direct link from real-time production informationto manufacturing quality or execution systems (and back again), providing a moreaccurate view of plant operations and more control options than ever before to achievethis integration.

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Example 1769-L3xConfiguration

The 1769 CompactLogix system provides a Logix solution for low-end to mediumapplications. Typically, these applications are machine-level control applications thatrequire limited I/O quantities and limited communication capabilities. The 1769-L31controller offers two serial ports. The 1769-L32C and 1769-L35CR controllers offer anintegrated ControlNet port. The 1769-L32E and 1769-L35E controllers offer an integratedEtherNet/IP port.

Example 1768-L4xConfiguration

The 1768 CompactLogix system combines a 1768 backplane for communication andmotion support and a 1769 backplane for I/O support. The 1768 controller is designed forintegrated motion applications and more complex communication requirements than theother CompactLogix controllers. The 1768 controller has one serial port. Add 1768modules for motion control, EtherNet/IP communication, and ControlNet communication.

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Specify a System Follow these steps as you specify your CompactLogix system.

Step See1 Select controllers.

Select the appropriate controller based on:• required controller tasks.• number of I/O points needed.• number of communication cards needed.• required controller memory.

Controller specifications page 7Determine memory requirements page 81769-L3x controller placement page 91768-L4x controller placement page 10Compatibility page 12Logix system connections page 14

2 Select communication modules.

Add the number of communication modules to the systemspreadsheet.

Network overview page 17EtherNet/IP specifications page 19ControlNet specifications page 22DeviceNet specifications page 24Serial specifications page 26DH-485 specifications page 28

3 Select motion control and drives requirements.

Add the motion module to the system spreadsheet.

Motion overview page 27Integrated motion page 27Networked motion page 28

4 Select I/O devices.

Use a system spreadsheet to record:• number of points needed.• number of points available per module.• number of modules.

I/O module specifications page 32Wiring systems page 39Place I/O modules page 40

5 Select power supplies.

Calculate power requirements on the system spreadsheet.

1769 power supply specifications page 411768 power supply specifications page 43

6 Mount the system.

Determine whether to panel mount or DIN-rail mount theCompactLogix system.

1769 CompactLogix dimensions page 451768 CompactLogix dimensions page 48

7 Select view products.

Determine the visualization products that fit your operatorinterface needs.

RSView software page 51PanelView Plus terminals page 52PanelView CE industrial computers page 52VersaView industrial computers page 52

8 Select software.

Determine the software products you need to configure andprogram your application.

Available software products page 53Programming software page 55Communication software page 56Network configuration software page 58Emulation software page 60

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Step 1 - Select:

A controller with sufficient memory

A 1784-CF64 CompactFlash card

Replacement batteries for 1769-L3xcontrollers (no battery needed for1768-L4x controllers)

CompactLogix Controllers

The CompactLogix platform brings together the benefits of the Logix platform — commonprogramming environment, common networks, common control engine — in a smallfootprint with high performance. Combined with Compact I/O, the CompactLogix platformis perfect for tackling smaller, machine-level control applications, with or without simplemotion, with unprecedented power and scalability. CompactLogix is ideal for systems thatrequire standalone and system-connected control over EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, orDeviceNet networks.

1769-L3x CompactLogix Controllers 1768-L4x CompactLogix Controllers

Controller applicationGeneral purposeSingle RPI for all modules

Integrated motionSelect individual RPI for each module

Controller tasks

• 1769-L35x: 8 tasks• 1769-L32x: 6 tasks• 1769-L31: 4 tasks• Only 1 continuous• Event tasks: consumed tag and EVENTinstruction triggers

• 16 tasks (only 1 continuous)• Event tasks: consumed tag, EVENTinstruction, axis, and motion event triggers

User memory1769-L31: 512 KB1769-L32x: 750 KB1769-L35x: 1.5 MB

1768-L43:2 MB1768-L45:3 MB

Programming languages

Relay ladderFunction block diagramStructured textSequential function block

Relay ladderFunction block diagramStructured textSequential function block

Built-in communication ports

• 1769-L31: 2 RS-232 ports (one DF1 only,other DF1 or ASCII)• 1769-L32C, 1769-L35CR: 1 ControlNet portand 1 RS-232 serial port (DF1 or ASCII)• 1769-L32E, 1769-L35E: 1 EtherNet/IP portand 1 RS-232 serial port (DF1 or ASCII)

1 port RS- 232 serial(DF1 or ASCII)

Communication options• EtherNet/IP• ControlNet• DeviceNet

• EtherNet/IP• ControlNet• DeviceNet

Serial port communication

• 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

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CompactLogixControllers

Estimate Controller Memory Use

The following equations provide an estimate of the memory needed for a controller.

Controller Tasks _____ * 4000 =_____ bytes(minimum 1 task)

Digital I/O points _____ * 400 = _____ bytesAnalog I/O points _____ * 2600 = _____ bytesCommunication modules _____ * 2000 = _____ bytesMotion axes _____ * 8000 = _____ bytes

FactoryTalk alarm instruction _____ * 1000 =_____ bytes(per alarm)

FactoryTalk subscriber _____ *10000 =

_____ bytes(per subscriber)

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

Characteristic 1769-L31 1769-L32C 1769-L32E 1769-L35CR 1769-L35E 1768-L43 1768-L45Available UserMemory (Kbytes) 512 KB 750 KB 750 KB 1.5 MB 1.5 MB 2 MB 3 MB

CompactFlash Card • 1784-CF64 64 MB• 1784-CF128 128 MB

• 1784-CF64 64 MB• 1784-CF128 128 MB

• 1784-CF64 64 MB• 1784-CF128 128 MB

• 1784-CF64 64 MB• 1784-CF128 128 MB

• 1784-CF64 64 MB• 1784-CF128 128 MB

• 1784-CF64 64 MB• 1784-CF128 128 MB

• 1784-CF64 64 MB• 1784-CF128 128 MB

Communication Ports2 RS-232 ports (oneDF1 only, other DF1 orASCII)

1 ControlNet port and1 RS-232 serial port(DF1 or ASCII)

1 EtherNet/IP port and1 RS-232 serial port(DF1 or ASCII)

1 ControlNet port and1 RS-232 serial port(DF1 or ASCII)

1 EtherNet/IP port and1 RS-232 serial port(DF1 or ASCII)

1 RS-232 port 1 RS-232 port

Backplane Current(mA) at 5V 330 mA 680 mA 660 mA 680 mA 660 mA

0 A1768 output• 2.8 A @ 5.2V

1769 output• 2.0 A @ 5.2V

0 A1768 output• 2.8 A @ 5.2V

1769 output• 2.0 A @ 5.2V

Backplane Current(mA) at 24V 40 mA 40 mA 90 mA 40 mA 90 mA

1.3 A1769 output• 1.0 A @ 24V

1.3 A1769 output• 1.0 A @ 24V

Power Dissipation 2.61 W 4.36 W 4.74 W 4.36 W 4.74 W 6.3 W 6.3 W

Module Capacity 16 1769 modules 30 1769 modules 30 1769 modules • Two 1768 modules• 16 1769 modules

• Four 1768 modules• 30 1769 modules

Power Supply DistanceRating 4 modules 4 modules 4 modules NA NA

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Controller BatteryThe 1769 controller comes with one 1769-BA lithium battery.

The 1768 controller does not require a battery. The controller uses internal flash memoryto store its program during shutdown. Energy stored in the 1768 power supply maintainscontroller power long enough to store the program to internal flash memory (not theexternal CompactFlash card).

CompactFlash Card

The CompactFlash card offers nonvolatile memory (flash) to permanently store a userprogram and tag data on a controller.

1784-CF64 has 64 MB of memory.

1784-CF128 has 128 MB of memory.

1769-L3x ControllerPlacement

The controller and I/O modules can be placed to the left and the right of the powersupply. As many as eight modules can be placed on each side of the power supply.

The CompactLogix controller has a power supply distance rating of 4 modules. Thecontroller must be the leftmost module in the first bank of the system. The maximumconfiguration for the first bank of a CompactLogix controller is the controller and 3 I/Omodules to the left of the power supply and 8 I/O modules to the right of the powersupply.

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1769-L3x Local I/O Performance

There is one RPI for the entire 1769 backplane (1...750 ms). As you install modules, theminimum backplane RPI increases. The RPI (request packet interval) defines the frequencyat which the controller sends and receives all I/O data on the backplane.

Type of Module Considerations

Digital and analog(any mix)

1...4 modules can be scanned in 1.0 ms5...16 modules can be scanned in 1.5 ms17...30 modules can be scanned in 2.0 mssome input modules have a fixed 8.0 ms filter, so selectinga faster RPI has no affect

Specialtyfull-sized 1769-SDN modules, addional 1.5 ms per module1769-HSC modules, additional 0.5 ms per module1769-ASCII modules, minimum of 8 ms per module

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

1768-L4x ControllerPlacement

Follow these guidelines as you place modules in the 1768 backplane.

The 1768 power supply must be the leftmost module in the 1768 backplane.

The controller must be the rightmost module in the 1768 backplane.

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Follow these guidelines as you place 1769 modules to the right of the 1768 backplane.

As many as eight 1769 modules can be attached to the right of the 1768 system.

The 1769 I/O connected directly to the 1768 backplane does not need a 1769 powersupply. Never put a 1769 power supply in the 1768 system. Putting a 1769 powersupply in the 1768 system causes the controller to generate a major fault that cannotbe cleared until you remove the 1769 power supply.

Additional 1769 modules must be in additional I/O banks.

Each additional I/O bank must have its own 1769 power supply.

Configure an individual RPI for each local 1769 I/O module. Use the default RPI numbersthat the software automatically assigns or select faster RPIs as fast as 1 millisecond. I/Oupdate times do not affect overall 1768 bus performance, such as motion performance orcontroller performance.

Use faster RPIs for time critical I/O without impacting overall 1769 I/O performance.

Use Immediate Output (IOT) instructions for further reduction in I/O update times.

1768-L4x Local I/O Performance

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Compatibility Control Distributed I/O Modules

The CompactLogix controllers can control these distributed I/O modules.

I/O Modules

1768-ENBT1769-L32E, 1769-L35EEtherNet/IP✶

1768-CNB, 1768-CNBR1769-L32X, 1769-L35CRControlNet

1769-SDNDeviceNet

1732 ArmorBlock Yes No Yes1734 POINT Yes Yes Yes1734D POINTBlock Yes Yes Yes1746 SLC No No No1756 ControlLogix Yes Yes Yes1769 Compact I/O No No Yes1771 PLC-5 No No No1790 CompactBlock LDX No No Yes1791D CompactBlock No No Yes1792D ArmorBlock MaXum No No Yes1794 FLEX I/O Yes Yes Yes1797 FLEX Ex‡ Yes Yes No1798 FLEX Armor No No Yes1799 Embedded No No Yes

✶A non-EtherNet/IP CompactLogix controller requires a 1761-NET-ENI interface to connect to an EtherNet/IP network. This interface is only a messaging bridge.To control I/O, use a 1769-SDN scanner to connect the controller to the DeviceNet network.

‡Insert a 1797-BIC and 1797-CEC module pair to isolate the FLEX Ex I/O modules from the non-intrinsically safe portion of the system.

Communicate with Display DevicesThe CompactLogix controllers can communicate with these display devices.

Display Devices EtherNet/IP✶ ControlNet DeviceNet RS-232 (DF1) DH-4852711P PanelViewPlus terminal Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6182H VersaView CEcomputer Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2711 PanelViewterminal Yes Yes Yes Yes‡ Yes‡

2711 e PanelViewterminal No No No No No

800E, 800TRediSTATION/RediPANEL operator module

No No Yes No No

2706 InView messagedisplay Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2706 DL40 Datalinermessage display No No No Yes No

2706 DL, DL50DataLiner messagedisplay

No No No Yes No

2707 DTAM Plusoperator interface No No Yes Yes‡ Yes‡

✶A non-EtherNet/IP CompactLogix controller requires a 1761-NET-ENI interface to connect to an EtherNet/IP network. This interface is only a messaging bridge.For DeviceNet access, use either a 1769-SDN scanner (control I/O and send/receive messages) or a 1761-NET-DNI interface (messaging bridge).

‡Use PLC/SLC mapping.

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Communicate with Other ControllersThe CompactLogix controllers can communicate with these controllers.

Controller EtherNet/IP✶ ControlNet DeviceNet RS-232 (DF1) DH-4851756 ControlLogix1756 GuardLogix

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

1768 CompactLogix Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes1769 CompactLogix Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes1789 SoftLogix5800 Yes Yes Yes Yes No1794 FlexLogix Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes5720 PowerFlex 700SDriveLogix Yes Yes Yes Yes No

1785 PLC-5 Yes‡ Yes§ Yes♣ Yes NA1747 SLC Yes➤ Yes➤ Yes♣ Yes Yes1761 MicroLogix Yes No Yes♣ Yes Yes1762 MicroLogix Yes No Yes♣ Yes Yes1764 MicroLogix Yes No Yes♣ Yes Yes1772 PLC-2 NA NA NA Yes NA1775 PLC-3 NA NA NA Yes NA5250 PLC-5/250 No No NA Yes NA

✶A non-EtherNet/IP controller requires a 1761-NET-ENI interface to connect to an EtherNet/IP network. This interface is only a messaging bridge.In the CompactLogix system, use either a 1769-SDN scanner (control I/O and send/receive messages) or a 1761-NET-DNI interface (messaging bridge).

‡The Ethernet PLC-5 processor 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.§The 1785-CNET ControlNet 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 firmware revision OS501 or later.

The PLC-2 controller requires a 1771-KG module for serial (DF1) communication.The PLC-3 controller requires a 1775-KA module for serial (DF1) communication.

Communicate with Other Communication Devices

The CompactLogix controllers can communicate with these communication devices.

CommunicationDevice EtherNet/IP✶ ControlNet DeviceNet RS-232 (DF1) DH-4859355 RSLinx software Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes1784-KTC, 1784-KTCx, 1784-KTCx15,1784-PCIC(S), 1784-PCC

NA Yes NA NA NA

1784-PCIDS, 1784-PCD NA NA Yes NA NA

1788-CN2DN NA Yes Yes NA NA1788-EN2DN Yes NA Yes NA NA1788-CN2FF NA Yes NA NA NA1203-CN1 ControlNetmodule‡ NA Yes NA NA NA

1203-FM1/FB1SCANport§ NA NA NA NA NA

✶A non-EtherNet/IP CompactLogix controller requires a 1761-NET-ENI interface to connect to an EtherNet/IP network. This interface is only a messaging bridge.For DeviceNet access, use either a 1769-SDN scanner (control I/O and send/receive messages) or a 1761-NET-DNI interface (messaging bridge).

‡Use the generic module configuration to configure the 1203-CN1 module and a CIP generic MSG instruction to communicate with the module.§Use 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 SystemUses Connections

A Logix system uses a connection to establish a communication link between twodevices. Connections can be:

controller to local I/O modules or local communication modules.

controller to remote I/O or remote communication modules.

controller to remote I/O (rack-optimized) modules.

produced and consumed tags.

messages.

You indirectly determine the number of connections the controller uses by configuring thecontroller to communicate with other devices in the system.

Method Description

Scheduled connection• Highest level of determinism• Unique to the ControlNet network

A scheduled connection is unique to ControlNet communication. A scheduled connectionlets you send and receive data repeatedly at a predetermined interval, which is therequested packet interval (RPI). For example, a connection to an I/O module is a scheduledconnection because you repeatedly receive data from the module at a specified interval.Other scheduled connections include connections to:

communication devices.produced/consumed tags.

On a ControlNet network, you must use RSNetWorx for ControlNet software to enable allscheduled connections and establish a network update time (NUT).

Unscheduled connection• Deterministic• Used by both ControlNet and EtherNet/IPnetworks

An unscheduled connection is a message transfer between controllers that is triggered bythe 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.

Unconnected message• Least deterministic

An unconnected message is a message that does not require connection resources. Anunconnected message is sent as a single request/response.

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1768 CompactLogix Connections

The total connection requirements for a 1768 CompactLogix system include both local andremote (distributed) connections. The controller supports 250 connections. The availableremote connections depend on the network interface.

1769 CompactLogix Connections

The controller you select determines the connections for I/O and messages.

This controller Supports1769-L32C1769-L35CR

32 CIP connections

1769-L32E1769-L35E

32 CIP connections32 TCP/IP connections

This communicationmodule Supports1768-ENBT1756-EWEB

64 CIP connections32 TCP/IP connections

1768-CNB1768-CNBR

48 CIP connections

The total connection requirements for a 1769 CompactLogix system include both local andremote (distributed) connections. The controller supports 100 connections. The availableremote connections depend on the network interface.

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Determine TotalConnection Use

Connection Type Device QuantityConnections perDevice

TotalConnections

Remote Ethernnet/IP communication moduleconfigured as a direct (none) connectionconfigured as a rack-optimized connection

0 or1

Remote I/O module over EtherNet/IP network (direct connection) 1Remote ControlNet communication module

configured as a direct (none) connectionconfigured as a rack-optimized connection

0 or1

Remote I/O module over ControlNet network (direct connection) 1Remote device over DeviceNet network(accounted for in rack-optimized connection for local 1769-SDN module)

0

Produced tagEach consumer

11

Consumed tag 1Message 1

RSLinx Enterprise subscriber (16 maximum) 1

Total

The total connection requirements for a CompactLogix system include both local andremote (distributed) connections. The 1769-L3x controller supports 100 connections; the1768-L4x controller supports 250 connections. The available remote connections dependson the network interface.

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Step 2 - Select:

Networks

Communication interfaces

Associated cables and networkequipment

Network Communications

NetLinx Open Network Architecture is the Rockwell Automation strategy of using opennetworking technology for seamless, top-floor to shop-floor integration. The NetLinx-based networks – DeviceNet, ControlNet, and EtherNet/IP – all use the CommonIndustrial Protocol (CIP), so they speak a common language and share a universal set ofcommunication services. NetLinx architecture, part of the Integrated Architecture,seamlessly integrates all the components in an automation system from a few devices onone network to multiple devices on multiple networks including access to the Internet –helping you to improve flexibility, reduce installation costs, and increase productivity.

The EtherNet/IP network is an open industrial-networking standard that supports implicitand explicit messaging and uses commercial, off-the-shelf Ethernet equipment andphysical media.

The ControlNet network allows intelligent, high-speed control devices to share theinformation required for supervisory control, work-cell coordination, operator interface,remote device configuration, programming, and troubleshooting.

The DeviceNet network offers low-cost, high-speed access to plant-floor data from abroad range of plant-floor devices and a significant reduction in wiring.

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Available Networks You can configure your system for information exchange between a range of devices andcomputing platforms and operating systems. Select a CompactLogix controller withintegrated communication or the appropriate communication device for the networks thatmeet your needs.

If your application requires Use this network 1769-L3x controller 1768-L4x controller

• Plant management• Configuration, data collection, and control ona single, high-speed network• Time-critical applications with no establishedschedule• Data sent regularly• Internet/Intranet connection

EtherNet/IP network• 1769-L32E controller• 1769-L35E controller

• 1768-ENBT scanner• 1768-EWEB interface

• Deterministic and repeatable data delivery• Redundant media• Intrinsic safety• Internet/Intranet connection

ControlNet network

• 1769-L32C controller(nonredundant media)• 1769-L35CR controller(redundant media)

• 1768-CNB scanner(nonredundant media)• 1768-CNBR scanner(redundant media)

• Connections of low-level devices directly toplant floor controllers, without interfacing themthrough I/O modules• Data sent as needed• More diagnostics for improved data collectionand fault detection• Less wiring and reduced start-up time than atraditional, hard-wired system

DeviceNet network• 1769-SDN scanner• 1769-ADN adapter

• Modems• Supervisory control and data acquisition(SCADA)• Manipulate ASCII data

Serial network• Built-in serial port on the controller• 1769-ASCII module

• Connections to existing DH-485 networks DH-485 network Built-in serial port with a 1761-NET-AIC

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EtherNet/IP Network The Ethernet Industrial (EtherNet/IP) network protocol is an open industrial-networkingstandard that supports both real-time I/O messaging and message exchange. It emergeddue to the high demand for using the Ethernet network for control applications. TheEtherNet/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 withHMI information processing and many commercial technologies.

Select an EtherNet/IP Interface

Select the appropriate controller and EtherNet/IP interface depending on the applicationand how the controller interacts with the devices.

EtherNet/IP Interface Specifications

Cat. No.CommunicationRate

ConnectionsSupported, Max.

Number ofModules perController

PowerDissippation

BackplaneCurrent (mA) at5V

BackplaneCurrent (mA) at24V

Power SupplyDistance Rating

1768-ENBT

10/100 MB

Each module supports amaximum of:• 64 Logix (CIP) connections(I/O and information).• 32 TCP/IP connections.

two 1768 modules percontroller 4.38 W 834 mA 0 mA NA

1768-EWEB

1769-L32E

10/100 Mbps

Each module ports amaximum of:• 32 TCP/IP connections.• 32 Logix connections (I/Oand information).

integrated controllerport 4.74 W 660 mA 90 mA 4 modules

1769-L35E

Certifications: c-UL-us (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, C-TickSee the Product Certifications link at http://ab.com for Declarations of Conformity, Certifications, and other certifications details.

The 1768-L4x controllers support a maximum of two 1768 communication modules per controller.

If your application Select for a 1769-L3x controller Select for a 1768-L4x controller• Controls I/O modules• Requires an adapter for distributed I/O on EtherNet/IPlinks• Communicates with other EtherNet/IP devices(messages)• Bridges EtherNet/IP links to route messages to deviceson other networks

1769-L32E or 1769-L35E controllerwith integrated EtherNet/IP port 1768-ENBT scanner module

• Requires remote access via an internet browser to tagsin a local chassis• Supports custom Web pages• Bridges EtherNet/IP links to route messages to deviceson other networks

NA 1768-EWEB

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Example 1769-L32E, 1769-L35E EtherNet/IP Configuration

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Example 1768-L43 EtherNet/IP Configuration

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ControlNet Network The ControlNet network is an open, state-of-the-art control network that meets thedemands of real-time, high-throughput applications. The ControlNet network uses theproven Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) to combine the functionality of an I/O networkand a peer-to-peer network providing high-speed performance for both functions.

The ControlNet network gives you deterministic, repeatable transfers of all mission-criticalcontrol data in addition to supporting transfers of non-time-critical data. I/O updates andcontroller-to-controller interlocking always take precedence over program uploads anddownloads and messaging.

Select a ControlNet Interface

Select the appropriate controller and ControlNet interface depending on the applicationand how the controller interacts with the devices.

If your application uses Select for a 1769-L3x controller Select for a 1768-L4x controller

Single media 1769-L32C controller with integratedControlNet port 1768-CNB scanner module

Redundant media 1769-L35CR controller with integratedControlNet port 1768-CNBR scanner module

ControlNet Interface Specifications

Cat. No.CommunicationRate

ConnectionsSupported, Max. Power Dissipation

Backplane Current(mA) at 5VV

Backplane Current(mA) at 24V

Power SupplyDistance Rating

1768-CNB 5 Mbps• Standalone system

48 connections 5.14 W 970 mA 1A NA1768-CNBR 5 Mbps

• Redundant media

1769-L32C 5 Mbps• Standalone system

32 connections 4.36 W 680 mA 40 mA 4 modules1769-L35CR 5 Mbps

• Redundant media

Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, C-TickSee the Product Certifications link at http://ab.com for Declarations of Conformity, Certifications, and other certifications details.

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Example 1768-L43 ControlNet Configuration

Example 1769-L32C, 1769-L35CR ControlNet Configuration

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DeviceNet Network The DeviceNet network is an open, low-level network that provides connections betweensimple industrial devices (such as sensors and actuators) and higher-level devices (such asPLC controllers and computers). The DeviceNet network uses the proven CommonIndustrial Protocol (CIP) to provide the control, configure, and data collection capabilitiesfor industrial devices.

Select a DeviceNet Interface

DeviceNet Interface Specifications

If your application Select• Communicates with other DeviceNet devices (I/O and messages)• Requires explicit messaging• Uses the controller as a master or slave• Uses the controller serial port for other communication• Requires higher performance than the 1769-NET-DNI interface

1769-SDN DeviceNet scanner

• Accesses as many as 30 remote Compact I/O modules• Sends remote I/O data back to a scanner or controller

1769-ADN DeviceNet adapter

Cat. No.CommunicationRate

DeviceNet PowerRequirements, Max.

PowerConsumption(W) at 5V

PowerConnsumption(W) at 24V

BackplaneCurrent (mA) at5V

BackplaneCurrent (mA) at24V

Power SupplyDistancee Rating

1769-SDN

125 Kbps250 Kbps500 Kbps

90 mA @ 11V dc110 mA @ 25V dc(N.E.C. Class 2)

2.2 ⎯ 440 mA ⎯ mA 4 modules

1769-ADN/B 90 mA @ 24V dc (+4%)(N.E.C. Class 2) 2.5 ⎯ 450 mA ⎯ mA 5 modules

1769-ADN/A 90 mA @ 24V dc (+4%)(N.E.C. Class 2) 2.5 ⎯ 450 mA ⎯ mA 4 modules

Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, C-TickSee the Product Certifications link at http://ab.com for Declarations of Conformity, Certifications, and other certifications details.

The 1761-NET-DNI is a DeviceNet to serial linking device. The actual network performance depends on the maximum serial port connection speed.The series A 1769-ADN adapter does not support the 1769-OA16, 1769-OW16, 1769-IF4XOF2, or 1769-HSC modules.

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Example 1768-L43 DeviceNet Configuration

Example 1769-L3x DeviceNet Configuration

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L32C

I/O I/O O/IO/IO/I O/IO/IO/I

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Serial Network The serial port is compatible with RS-232 serial communication. The serial port supportsthe DF1 protocol to communicate with other devices on the serial link.

Use this DF1 mode ForPoint to point Communication between a controller and other DF1-compatible devices using DF1 full-duplex protocol.DF1 radio modem SCADA applications where controllers exchange data via radio transmission.

DF1 master Control of polling and message transmission between the master and each slave using DF1 half-duplex polled protocol.

DF1 slave Using the controller as a slave station in a master/slave serial network using DF1 half-duplex protocol.User mode (ASCII) Communication between a controller and an ASCII device, such as a bar code reader.

The controller you choose determines the number of serial ports that are available.

If you need Identified as With this protocol Select this controller

One serial port Channel 0 (fully isolated) DF1, DH-485, ASCII1768-L431769-L35CR, 1769-L32C1769-L35E, 1769-L32E

Two serial portsChannel 0 (fully isolated)Channel 1 (non-isolated)

Channel 0: DF1, DH-485, ASCIIChannel 1: DF1, DH-485

1769-L31

If you connect the controller to a non-isolated port (channel 1) on the controller to aprogramming workstation, modem, or ASCII device, install an isolator between thecontroller and the end device. One possible isolator is the 1761-NET-AIC interfaceconverter.

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Modbus Support

Example Serial Configuration

To use Logix5000 controllers on Modbus, you connect through the serial port and execute aspecific ladder logic routine. The controller project is available with RSLogix 5000 Enterpriseprogramming software. For more information, see Using Logix5000 Controllers as Masters orSlaves on Modbus Application Solution, publication CIG-AP129.

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DH-485 Network On the DH-485 network, the controller can send and receive messages to and from othercontrollers on the network. The DH-485 connection does support remote programming andmonitoring via RSLogix 5000 software. However, excessive traffic over a DH-485connection can adversely affect overall performance and can lead to timeouts and loss inRSLogix 5000 configuration performance.

Important: Use Logix5000 controllers on DH-485 networks only when you want to addcontrollers to an existing DH-485 network. For new applications with Logix5000controllers, 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 theDH-485 network.

To connect to this port Use this cable

Port 1DB-9 RS-232, DTE connection

1747-CP3or1761-CBL-AC00

Port 2mini-DIN 8 RS-232 connection

1761-CBL-AP00or1761-CBL-PM02

Example DH-485 Configuration

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Motion Control Requirements

The Logix approach to motion control employs synchronized, distributed processing andprovides a highly-integrated motion solution. The Logix system integrates sequential andmotion control to bring unmatched flexibility to machine design and unprecedentedefficiency to the manufacturing floor. RSLogix 5000 Enterprise series software supports acomprehensive set of embedded motion instructions that can be programmed using therelay ladder, structured text, or sequential function chart editors.

The Logix architecture supports motion components that work in a wide variety ofmachine architectures.

Step 3 - Select:

Select a 1768-L4x controller if you havemotion control requirements

Size the motion application (use theMotion Analyzer)

How you want to interface the controllerand drives

A SERCOS interface module

Associated cables

Select drives, motors, and accessories(use the Motion Analyzer)

The Kinetix integrated-motion solution uses a SERCOS interface module to performcomplex, multi-axis, synchronized motion. With a Kinetix system, you reap the fullbenefit of the integrated architecture because the integration doesn’t stop at thecontroller. This system integrates the drive, the motor, and even the actuator at a lowercost per axis of motion. Use the same RSLogix 5000 programming software to configure,program, and commission your application.

Networked motion provides the ability to connect via the DeviceNet network to a single-axis drive to perform simple, point-to-point indexing. You need Ultraware software fordrive and indexing configuration.

For more information on drives, motors, and accessories, see the Motion Control SelectionGuide, publication GMC-SG001.

Integrated Motion The 1768-L4x controller supports integrated motion. You can communicate directly to aservo drive using a motion interface or over a network.

With this controller You can have

1768-L43• Four axis• Two feedback axis• Six virtual axis

1768-L45• Eight axis• Four feedback axis• Six virtual axis

The SERCOS interface modules can connect to these servo drives.

2099 Kinetix 7000 high-power servo drive

2098 Ultra3000 SERCOS servo drive

1394C SERCOS drive

8720MC spindle

Cat. No.Number of Modules perController Power Dissipation

Backplane Current (mA)at 5V

Backplane Currrent (mA)at 24V SERCOS Data Rate

1768-M04SE • Two for 1768-L43• Four for 1768-L45 5.04 W 969 mA 0 mA 4 Mbits or 8 Mbits per second

Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE

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Networked Motion Some servo drives are supported through communication interface modules. Thecontroller can communicate with these servo drives over these networks.

Drives EtherNet/IP DeviceNet RS-232 Serial DH-4851394 GMC drive andcontrol No No Yes Yes

2098 Ultra3000 DeviceNetservo drive No Yes No No

2098 Ultra5000 intelligentpositioning No Yes 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 aspecific network.

Cables for Use with the SERCOS Interface Modules

Both the transmitter and receiver connections use a F-SMA standard plug that conformsto the F-SMA screw type connector.

ReceiverTransmitter

Bottom of theSERCOS module

Select one of these fiber optic cables to connect the SERCOS interface module tothe drive.

Cat. No. Description

2090-SCEPx-x (no jacket)2090-SCVPx-x (standard jacket)2090-SCNPx-x (nylon jacket)

Plastic Fiber-optic Cables1000 μm plastic simplex fiber-optic cableTransmission range of 1...32 m (3.28...104.99 ft).Allen-Bradley offers plastic, fiber-optic cable assemblies that come in a variety of jackets:• No jacket (chlorinated polyethylene) for use inside an electrical cabinet• A standard jacket (polyvinyl chloride) for use outside of electrical cabinets• A nylon jacket for use in harsh environments

2090-SCVGx-x

Glass Fiber-optic Cables200 μm glass fiber optic cableTransmission 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.The 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.

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A 3-axis system with Kinetix drives supports:

execution of 4 axes per 1 ms.

velocity bandwidth > 400 Hz and current loop bandwidth > 1000 Hz.

high resolution, unlimited travel, and absolute feedback features.

two feedback ports per Kinetix drive.

Example Configuration - 3-axis Integrated Motion with Kinetix Servo Drives

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A 4-axis system with Kinetix drives supports:

execution of 4 axes per 1 ms.

velocity bandwidth > 400 Hz and current loop bandwidth > 1000 Hz.

high resolution, unlimited travel, and absolute feedback features.

two feedback ports per Kinetix drive.

optional 2094 Line Interface Module (LIM) as the incoming power source for an entirecontrol panel.

Example Configuration - 4-axis Integrated Motion with Kinetix Drives and LIM Interface

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1769 Compact I/O ModulesStep 1 - Select:

I/O modules

1492 wiring system (if you want to use awiring system instead of the terminalblock that comes with module)

PanelConnect modules and cables ifconnecting input modules to sensors

1769-CRLx expansion cables for multiplebanks of I/O modules

Type of Module Description

Input module

An input module responds to an input signal in the following manner:• Input filtering limits the effect of voltage transients caused by contact bounce and/or electrical noise. If notfiltered, voltage transients could produce false data. All input modules use input filtering.• Optical isolation shields logic circuits from possible damage due to electrical transients.• Logic circuits process the signal.• An input LED turns on or off indicating the status of the corresponding input device.

Output module

An output module controls the output signal in the following manner:• Logic circuits determine the output status.• An output LED indicates the status of the output signal.• Optical isolation separates module logic and bus circuits from field power.• The output driver turns the corresponding output on or off.

Most output modules have built-in surge suppression to reduce the effects of high-voltagetransients. Use an additional suppression device if an output is being used to controlinductive devices, such as relays, motor starters, solenoids, or motors. Additionalsuppression is especially important if your inductive device is in series with or parallel tohard contacts, such as push buttons or selector switches.

Add a suppression device directly across the coil of an inductive device to reduce theeffects of voltage transients caused by interrupting the current to that device and toprolong the life of the switch contacts.

Digital I/O Modules

The 1769 Compact I/O modules can be used as local and distributed I/O for aCompactLogix controller. Each I/O module includes a built-in removable terminal blockwith finger-safe cover for connections to I/O sensors and actuators. The terminal block isbehind a door at the front of the module. I/O wiring can be routed from beneath themodule to the I/O terminals.

When planning I/O requirements, consider:

which Compact I/O modules to use.

where to place Compact I/O modules.

how Compact I/O modules operate.

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1769 Compact Digital ac Output Modules

Cat.No.

1769-OA8

1769-OA16

Number ofOutputs

VoltageCategory/Type,Output Voltage Range

LeakageCurrent, Off-State Output,Maxx

Current perOutput, Max.

Current perModule, Max.

BackplaneCurrent (mA)at 5V

Power SupplyDistancceRating

8 100…240V AC 85...265 ac @47...63Hz

2.0 mA at 132V ac✶

2.5 mA at 265V ac0.25 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)0.50 A @ 30 °C (86 °F)

2.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)4.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 145 mA 8 modules

16 100…240V AC 85...265 ac @47...63Hz

2.0 mA at 132V ac✶

2.5 mA at 265V ac0.25 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)0.50 A @ 30 °C (86 °F)

4.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)8.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 225 mA 8 modules

1769 Compact Digital ac Input Modules

Cat.No.

1769-IA8I

1769-IA16

1769-IM12

Number ofInputs

VoltageCategory/Type,Input Voltage Range

Input DelayTime, ON toOFF

Current, On-SState Input,Min.

Current, Off-State Input,Max.

BackplaneCurrent (mA)at 5V

Power SupplyDistanceRRating

8 individuallyisolated 100 or 120V ac 79...132V ac @

47...63Hz 20 ms 5 mA @ 79V ac 2.5 mA 90 mA 8 modules

16 100 or 120V ac 79...132V ac @47...63Hz 20 ms 5 mA @ 79V ac 2.5 mA 115 mA 8 modules

12 200 or 240V ac 159...265V ac @47...60Hz 20 ms 5 mA @ 159V ac 2.5 mA 100 mA 8 modules

1769 Compact Digital dc Input Modules

✶Recommended Loading Resistor - To limit the effects of leakage current through solid state outputs, a loading resistor can be connected in parallel with your load. For 120V ac operation, use a 15 kΩ, 2W resistor. For 240V acoperation use a 15 kΩ, 5W resistor.

Cat. No.Number ofInputs

VoltageCategory/Type,Input Voltage Range

Input DelayTime, ON toOFF

Curreent, On-State Input,Min.

Current, Off-State Input,Max.

BackplaneCurrent (mA)at 5V

Power SupplyDDistanceRating

1769-IG16 16 5V dc, TTL input 4.5...5.5V dc 0.5 ms 1.5 mA off-state✶ 0.6 mA on-state✶ 120 mA 8 modules

1769-IQ6XOW4 6 24V dc, sinking orsourcing

10...30V dc @ 30 °C(86 °F)10...26.4V dc @ 60°C (140 °F)

8 ms 2 mA 1.5 mA 105 mA 8 modules

1769-IQ16 16 24V dc, sinking orsourcing

10...30V dc @ 30 °C(86 °F)10...26.4V dc @ 60°C (140 °F)

8 ms 2 mA 1.5 mA 115 mA 8 modules

1769-IQ16F 16 high-speed 24V dc, sinking orsourcing

10...30V dc @ 30 °C(86 °F)10...26.4V dc @ 60°C (140 °F)

1 ms 2 mA 1.5 mA 110 mA 8 modules

1769-IQ32 32 24V dc, sinking orsourcing

10...30V dc @ 30 °C(86 °F)10...26.4V dc @ 60°C (140 °F)

8 ms 2 mA 1.5 mA 170 mA 8 modules

1769-IQ32T 32 terminated 24V dc, sinking orsourcing 20.4...26.4V dc 8 ms 3 mA 1.7 mA 170 mA 8 modules

TTL inputs are inverted (0.2…0.8V dc = logic low voltage = ON-state; 2.0…5.5V dc = logic high voltage = OFF-state).

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Cat. No.Number ofOutputs

VoltageCategory/Type,Output

VoltageRange

LeakageCurrent, Off-State Ouutput,Max

Current perOutput, Max.

Current perModule, Max.

BackplaneCurrent (mA)at 5V

Power SuppllyDistanceRating

1769-OB8 8 24V dc, sourcing 20.4...26.4V dc 1.0 mA @ 26.4V dc 2.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 8.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 145 mA 8 modules

1769-OB16 16 24V dc, sourcing 20.4...26.4V dc 1.0 mA @ 26.4V dc 0.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)1.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F)

4.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)8.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 200 mA 8 modules

1769-OB16P 16 protected 24V dc, sourcing 20.4...26.4V dc 1.0 mA @ 26.4V dc 0.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)1.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F)

4.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)8.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 160 mA 8 modules

1769-OB32 32 24V dc, sourcing 20.4...26.4V dc 1.0 mA @ 26.4V dc 0.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)1.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F)

8.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)16.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 300 mA 6 modules

1769-OB32T 32 terminated 24V dc, sourcing 10.2...26.4V dc 0.1 mA @ 26.4V dc 0.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)1.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F)

4.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)8.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 220 mA 8 modules

1769-OG16 16 5V dc, TTL output 4.5...5.5V dc ⎯ 0.24 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 0.38 A @ 60 °C (140 °F) 200 mA 8 modules

1769-OV16 16 24V DC, sinking 20.4...26.4V dc 1.0 mA @ 26.4V dc 0.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)1.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F)

4.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)8.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 200 mA 8 modules

1769-OV32T 32 terminated 24V dc, sinking 10.2...26.4V dc 1.0 mA @ 26.4V dc 0.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)1.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F)

4.0 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)8.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 220 mA 8 modules

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Relay Contact Ratings

These ratings apply to the digital contact output modules.

Volts,Max.240V ac

120V ac

125V dc

24V dc

Continuous Ampsper Point

Amperes VoltamperesIEC 947 NEMA ICS 2-125Make Break Make Break

2.5 A7.5 A 0.75 A

1800 VA 180 VA AC15✶ C30015 A 1.5 A

1.0 A 0.22 A 28 VA DC13✶ R150

2.0 A 1.2 A 28 VA ⎯ ⎯

✶Does not apply to the 1769-OW16 module.

1769 Compact Digital Contact Output Modules

Cat. No.

1769-IQ6XOW4

1769-OW8

1769-OW8I

1769-OW16

Number ofOutputs

VoltageCategory/Type, Output

VoltageRange

LeakageCurrent, Off-StateOutput, MMax

Current perOutput, Max.

Current perModule,Max.

BackplaneCurrent (mA)at 5V

BackplaneCurrent (mA)at 24V

PowerSupplyDistanceRating

4 24V dc 5...265V ac5...125V dc 0 mA 2.5 A 8.0 A 105 mA 50 mA 8 modules

8 24V dc 5...265V ac5...125V dc 0 mA 0.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)

1.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 16 A 125 mA 100 mA 8 modules

8 individuallyisolated 24V dc 5...265V ac

5...125V dc 0 mA 0.5 A @ 60 °C (140 °F)1.0 A @ 30 °C (86 °F) 16 A 125 mA 100 mA 8 modules

16 24V dc 5...265V ac5...125V dc 0 mA 2.5 A 20 A 205 mA 180 mA 8 modules

Analog I/O ModulesIndividually configurable channels

On-board scaling

Autocalibration of inputs

Selectable input filters

Over-range and under-range detection and indication

Input modules offer both single-ended or differential inputs

High accuracy rating

Choose from a wide variety of analog, thermocouple, and RTS modules. Features include:

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Cat. No.

1769-IF4

1769-IF4I

1769-IF8

1769-OF2

1769-OF4CI

1769-OF4VI

1769-OF8C

1769-OF8V

1769-IF4XOF2

1769-IR6

1769-IT6

Number ofInputs

Number ofOutputs

Resolution,Bits Signal Range

SensorsSupported

BackplaneCurrent (mA)at 5V

BackplaneCurrent (mA)at 24V

Power SupplyDistanceRating

4 — 14 bits (unipolar)

0…20 mA4…20 mA0…10V dc±10V dc0…5V dc1…5V dc

— 105 mA 60 mA 8 modules

4 individuallyisolated ⎯ 16 bits (unipolar)

±10.5V dc-0.5…10.5V dc-0.5...5.25V dc0.5…5.25V dc

⎯ 145 mA 95 mA 8 modules

8 ⎯ 16 bits (unipolar)

0…20 mA4…20 mA0…10V dc±10V dc0…5V dc1…5V dc

⎯ 120 mA 70 mA 8 modules

— 2 14 bits — — 120 mA 120 mA✶ 8 modules

⎯4 current,individuallyisolated

16 bits (unipolar) 4…20 mA0…20V mA ⎯ 145 mA 140 mA 8 modules

⎯4 voltage,individuallyisolated

16 bits (unipolar)

-10…10V dc0…5V dc0...10V dc1…5V dc

⎯ 145 mA 75 mA 8 modules

⎯ 8 current 16 bits (unipolar) 0…20 mA4…20 mA ⎯ 145 mA 160 mA 8 modules

⎯ 8 voltage 16 bits (unipolar)

±10.5V dc-0.5…10.5V dc-0.5...5.25V dc0.5…5.25V dc

⎯ 145 mA 125 mA 8 modules

4 2 individuallyisolated

8 bits plus signindividually isolated

0…10V dc±10V dc0…5V dc1…5V dc

— 120 mA 160 mA 8 modules

6 —Input filter andconfigurationdependent

100, 200, 500, 1000 ΩPlatinum, alpha=385100, 200, 500, 1000 ΩPlatinum, alpha=3916120 Ω Nickel, alpha=672120 Ω Nickel, alpha=61810 Ω Copper604 Ω Nickel-Iron 5180…150 Ω0…500 Ω0…1000 Ω0…3000 Ω

100 mA 45 mA 8 modules

6, plus 2 coldjunction sensors — — —

Thermocouple types: J, K,T, E, R, S, B, N, C±50mV±100mV

100 mA 40 mA 8 modules

✶If the optional 24V dc Class 2 power supply is used, the 24V dc current draw from the bus is 0 mA.Sign is always positive.

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Specialty I/O Modules Specialty I/O modules are available for more application-specific needs.

1769-HSC High-speed Counter Module

Use the 1769-HSC when you need:

a counter module that is capable of reacting to high-speed input signals.

to generate rate and time-between-pulses (pulse interval) data.

as many as 2 channels of quadrature or 4 channels of pulse/count inputs.

1769-ARM Address Reserve Module

Use a 1769-ARM address reserve module to reserve module slots. After creating an I/Oconfiguration and user program, you can remove and replace any I/O module in the systemwith a 1769-ARM module once you inhibit the removed module in RSLogix 5000programming software.

1769-BOOLEAN Control Module

Use the 1769-BOOLEAN module in applications that require repeatability, such as materialhandling and packaging, when there is a requirement to activate an output based on aninput’s transition. If the Boolean expression is true, the output is directed to the ON state.If the Boolean expression is false, the output channel is directed to the OFF state. Thereare four operators that you can configure as OR, AND, XOR, or none.

Cat. No. Number of Inputs Number of OutputsVoltage Category/Type,Input

Backplane Current (mA)at 5V

PPower Supply DistanceRating

1769-BOOLEAN 8 real8 virtual 4 24V dc, sinking input, sourcing

output 220 mA 8 modules

Cat.No. Number of Inputs Number of Outputs

Backplane Current (mA)at 5V External Power

Power Supply DiistanceRating

1769-HSC 2 4 425 mA 19.2...31.2V dc100 mA @ 24V dc 4 modules

Cat. No. Number of Inputs Number of Outputs Backplane Current (mA) at 5V1769-ARM

Power Supply Distance Rating— — 60 mA 8 modules

1769-ASCII Serial Gateway Module

The 1769-ASCII module, a general purpose two-channel ASCII interface, provides aflexible network interface to a wide variety of RS-232, RS-485, and RS-422 ASCII devices.The module provides the communication connections to the ASCII device.

Cat. No. Channel Configuration Message Length, Max. Backplane Current (mA) at 5V Power Supply Distance RRating1769-ASCII RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485 200 characters 500 mA 4 modules

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1492 Wiring Systems As an alternative to buying RTBs and connecting the wires yourself, you can buy a wiringsystem of:

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.

analog interface modules (AIFMs) that provide the output terminal blocks for analog I/Omodules. Use the pre-wired cables that match the I/O module to the AIFM.

I/O module-ready cables. One end of the cable assembly is an RTB that plugs into thefront of the I/O module. The other end has individually color-coded conductors thatconnect to a standard terminal block.

1667 PanelConnectModules for ConnectingSensors

A PanelConnect module and its sensor connection system connect sensors directly to I/Omodules using convenient pre-built cables and connectors.

The PanelConnect module mounts on the enclosure and creates the correct seal for theentry of the sensor connections. You do not need to seal the opening where the sensorcables enter the enclosure, create custom connectors, or wire to those custom connectors.

Compact I/O to PowerFlex Drives

Cat.No.

1769-SM1

1769-SM2

Description Communication RateBackplane Current(mA) at 5V

Backplane Current(mA) at 24V

Power Supplly DistanceRating

Compact I/O to DPI/SCANport Moduleconnects to PowerFlex 7-class drives, other DPI-based host devices, and SCANport-based hostdevices such as 1305 and 1336 PLUS II drives.

DPI: 1925 Kbps or 250 KbpsSCANport: 125 Kbps 280 mA 60 mA per channel supplied

by the DPI/SCANport host 6 modules

Compact I/O to DSI/Modbus Moduleconnects to PowerFlex 4-class drives and toother Modbus RTU slave devices, such asPowerFlex 7-class drives with 20-COMM-HRS485 HVAC adapters.

DSI: 19.2 KbpsModbus RTU: 300...38.4 Kbps 350 mA 0 mA 4 modules

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The 1769-SMx modules provide a Compact I/O connection to PowerFlex drives.

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Place Compact I/OModules in aCompactLogix System

You can DIN-rail or panel mount the controller and I/O modules. The number of local I/Omodules supported depends on the controller.

Each 1769 I/O module has a distance rating. In 1769 systems, the distance rating is thenumber of modules between the specific module and the 1769 power supply. In a 1768system, the distance rating is the number of modules between the specific I/O moduleand the 1768 controller.

Expansion CablesIf you divide 1769 modules into multiple banks, make sure:

each bank needs its own power supply.

use expansion cables to connect the banks.

the last I/O bank requires an end cap.

This Controller Supports That can be in Considerations1769-L35CR1769-L35E

30 local modules 3 separate banks Each module uses a set amount of backplane memory, in additionto the data that the module stores or transfers.The additional banks are powered by standard 1769 power suppliesand connect to the main rack by using standard 1769 expansioncables.

1769-L32C1769-L32E1769-L31

16 local modules 3 separate banks

1768-L43 16 local modules 3 separate banksAs many as eight 1769 local modules can be attached to the 1768backplane. The remaining modules can be in one or two additionalI/O banks.The additional banks are powered by standard 1769 power suppliesand connect to the main rack by using standard 1769 expansioncables.

1768-L45 30 local modules 3 separate banks

The final I/O bank in the CompactLogix system needs an end cap on the end without theexpansion cable.

For a OrderRight end cap 1769-ECRLeft end cap 1769-ECL

End Caps

How you orient I/O banks determines which expansion cables you need to connect theI/O banks.

If you add a And connect the chassis Use this cableς

Second bankRight to left 1769-CRLxRight to right 1769-CRRx

Third bankRight to left 1769-CRLxRight to right 1769CRRxLeft to left 1769-CLLx

ςWhere x = 1 for 1 ft (305 mm) or 3 for 3.28 ft (1 m).

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Step 5 - Select: Power Supplies

Select power supplies based on the controller and the number of additional I/O banks.

For a Select

1768-L4x controller• one 1768 power supply for the controller and 1768 modules• one 1769 power supply for each additional bank of I/O modules

1769-L3x controller• one 1769 power supply for the controller and local I/O• one 1769 power supply for each additional bank of I/O modules

For each 1768-Lx controller, one 1768power supply

For each 1769-Lx controller, one 1769power supply

Additional 1769 power supplies asneeded

1769 I/O Power Supplies Each 1769-L3x controller and additional bank of I/O modules requires a 1769 powersupply. Place 1769 I/O modules to the left or the right of the 1769 power supply. As manyas eight I/O modules can be placed on each side of the power supply.

Each 1769 module also has a power supply distance rating (the number of modules fromthe power supply). Each module must be located within its distance rating. See thespecifications for the module to determine its distance rating.

Cat.No. Description

OperatingVoltage Range

PowerConsumption,Max.

CurrentCapacity

24V dc UserPowwerCapacity(0...55°C)

Inrush Current,Max.

Line Loss RideThrough

OvervoltageProtection

1769-PA2Compact 124/240Vac Expansion PowerSupply

85…265V ac (widerange; nojumper or DIP switchrequired), 47…63 Hz

100 VA @ 120V ac130 VA @ 240V ac

2.0 A @ 5V0.8 A @ 24V 250 mA

25 A @ 132V ac 10 Ωsource impedance40 A @ 265V ac 10 Ωsource impedance

10 ms…10 s

For both +5V dcand for +24V dc

1769-PB2Compact 24V dcExpansion PowerSupply

19.2…31.2V dc 50 VA @ 24V dc 2.0 A @ 5V0.8 A @ 24V ⎯ 30 A @ 31.2V dc 10 ms…10 s

1769-PA4Compact 124/240Vac Expansion PowerSupply

85…132V ac or170…265V ac (switchselectable), 47…63 Hz

200 VA @ 120V ac240 VA @ 240V ac

4.0 A @ 5V‡2.0 A @ 24V§ ⎯

25 A @ 132V ac 10 Ωsource impedance40 A @ 265V ac 10 Ωsource impedance

5 ms…10 s

1769-PB4Compact 24V dcExpansion PowerSupply

19.2…32V dc 100 VA @ 24V dc 4.0 A @ 5V♣2.0 A @ 24V ⎯ 30 A @ 31.2V dc 5 ms…10 s

Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CESee the Product Certifications link at http://ab.com for Declarations of Conformity, Certifications, and other certifications details.

2000 mA @ 5V (0…55 °C)2000 mA @ 5V (55…60 °C)

800 mA @ 24V (0…55 °C)800 mA @ 24V (55…60 °C)‡4000 mA @ 5V (0…55 °C)4000 mA @ 5V (55…60 °C)§2000 mA @ 24V (0…55 °C)1700 mA @ 24V (55…60 °C)♣4000 mA @ 5V (0…55 °C)1700 mA @ 5V (55…60 °C)

2000 mA @ 24V (0…55 °C)2000 mA @ 24V (55…60 °C)

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1768 Power Supplies The 1768 backplane requires one 1768 power supply. The power supply is a dual inputsupply that operates in multiple ranges. The power supply also offers a 24V dc externalpower source. The CompactLogix power supply requires that a 1768 CompactLogixcontroller be installed to power the system.

• The power supply sends 24V dc to the controller located in slot 0.

• The controller converts the 24V dc to 5V dc and 24V dc and distributes it as needed.

– 5V and 24V power to 1769 I/O modules on the right side of the controller

– 24V power to 1768 modules on the left side of the controller

The 1768 modules do not have a distance rating to the 1768 power supply. For the 1769I/O modules in the 1768 system, the distance rating is from the controller and not the1768 power supply.

Cat.No. Description

OperatingVoltage Range

PowerConsumption,Max.

BackplaneCurrent

24V dc UserPoower Capacity(0...55°C)

Inrush Current,Max.

OvervoltageProtection

1768-PA3 CompactLogix 5V/24V acInput Non-RedundantPower Supply forCompactLogix Systems

85…265V ac108…132V dc 118 W 3.5A @ 24V dc

• 24V dc to 1768 side• 5V and 24V dc to 1769side

250 mA 50 A @ 85…132V ac80 A @ 195…265V ac for both +5V dc and for

+24V dc1768-PB3 16.8...31.2V dc 112 W ⎯ —

Certifications: UL, CSA (Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D), CE, C-TickSee the Product Certifications link at http://ab.com for Declarations of Conformity, Certifications, and other certifications details.

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Step 6 - Select: MountingPanel mount or DIN rail mount

Appropriate number of panels or DINrails based on the number of modulesand the physical location

One end cap per controller system You can panel mount or DIN-rail mount a CompactLogix system. The CompactLogix systemmust be mounted so that the modules are horizontal to each other.

If you decide to use a DIN rail, use steel, 35 x 7.55mm DIN rails (A-B part number 199-DR1; 46277-3; EN 50022). The DIN rails for all CompactLogix system components must bemounted on a common, conductive surface to be sure of proper electromagneticinterference (EMI) performance.

Ground a CompactLogix system through the:

non-coated, steel DIN rail.

panel-mount screw hole containing the ground strap.

1769 CompactLogixDimensions

1769-L3x Minimum Spacing Requirements

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Single 1769 Slot Dimensions

One-and-a-half 1769 Slot Dimensions

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1769 Power Supply Dimensions

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1768 CompactLogixDimensions

1768-L4x Minimum Spacing Requirements

1768 Slot Numbering

1768

1769

Slot 2

Slot 1

Slot 1

Slot 2

Slot 0

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1768 CompactLogix Dimensions

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Step 7 - Select:

RSLinx Enterprise software

Operator interface terminal or computer

Visualization products, together with Logix for control and NetLinx architecture forcommunication, make up the RA Integrated Architecture strategy. The visualizationstrategy combines RA expertise in Allen-Bradley electronic operator interface andindustrialized personal computer hardware with Rockwell Software supervisory controlsoftware. Current visualization products include:

RSView Enterprise SeriesSoftware

RSView Enterprise Series software from Rockwell Software is a line of HMI softwareproducts designed with a common look, feel, and navigation to help speed HMIapplication development and training time. With RSView Enterprise Series 3.0, you canreference existing Logix data tags. Any changes made to these referenced tags areautomatically inherited by RSView software.

RSView Studio software lets you create applications in a single design environment. Itconfigures RSView Supervisory Edition, RSView Machine Edition, VersaView CE, andPanelView Plus applications. It supports editing and reusing projects for improvedportability between embedded machine and supervisory HMI systems.

RSView Machine Edition (ME) software is a machine-level HMI product that supportsboth open and dedicated operator interface solutions. It provides a consistent operatorinterface across multiple platforms (including Microsoft Windows CE, Windows 2000/XP,and PanelView Plus solutions), and is ideal for monitoring and controlling individualmachines or small processes.

RSView Supervisory Edition (SE) software is an HMI software for supervisory-levelmonitoring and control applications. It has a distributed and scalable architecture thatsupports distributed-server/multi-user applications. This highly scalable architecture canbe applied to a standalone, one-server/one-user application or to multiple usersinterfacing with multiple servers.

RSView EnterpriseSeries Products

RSView Studio

RSView Machine Edition

RSView Supervisory Edition

Cat. No. Description9701-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

View Products

RSView Enterprise Series software.

PanelView Plus operator interface.

PanelView Plus CE operator interface.

VersaView industrial computers and monitors.

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PanelView Plus Terminal The PanelView Plus terminal is ideal for applications that need to monitor, control, anddisplay information graphically, allowing operators to quickly understand the status oftheir application. PanelView Plus terminals come with RSView Studio software and haveembedded RSView Machine Edition software functionality. PanelView Plus terminalscombine the best features from the popular Allen-Bradley PanelView Standard andPanelView e operator-interface products and adds new functionality.

Multi-vendor communication

Trending

Expressions

Data logging

Animation

RSView Studio software direct browsing of RSLogix 5000 addresses

VersaView IndustrialComputers and Monitors

VersaView products are a family of industrial computer and monitor solutions, comprisedof integrated display computers, workstations, non-display computers, and flat panelmonitors. VersaView products offer effortless management of changing technology, arugged but cost-effective design, and easier product configuration. All VersaView productsprovide the latest industrial solution available, optimized for visualization, control,information processing, and maintenance application.

PanelView Plus CETerminal

PanelView Plus CE products offer open Windows CE terminals in Windows desktopenvironments, bringing together features of operator interfaces and industrial computers.It is a high performance computer with a CompactFlash drive and integrated RSViewMachine Edition runtime (no activation required). There’s no hard disk, no fan, and nomoving parts, which means maximum reliability on the plant floor. Easy to set up andmaintain, PanelView Plus CE products provide an open system that’s rugged andeconomical, offering high functionality in an easy to use package.

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Step 8 - Select:

The appropriate package of RSLogix5000 Enterprise Series software and anyoptions

Other software packages for yourapplication

An appropriate operator interfaceYour selection of modules and network configuration determines what software packagesyou need to configure and program your system.

Software

If you have You need Order

CompactLogix controller

RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software

9324 series(RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)Use Lite Edition or higher to support motion.If no motion, you can use the Service Edition orMini Edition.

SERCOS motion interface(1768 controller only)

EtherNet/IP interface(set the IP address)

RSLinx softwareorBOOTP/DHCP server utility to set IPaddresses(RSLinx Lite and BOOTP server come withRSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)

optional RSNetWorx for EtherNet/IPsoftware(comes with the standard/RSNetWorx optionof RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)

9324 series(RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)or9324-RLD300NXENE (RSLogix 5000 EnterpriseSeries software plus RSNetWorx option)

optional 9357-ENETL3 (RSNetWorx forEtherNet/IP)

ControlNet interfaceRSNetWorx for ControlNet software(comes with the standard/RSNetWorx optionof RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)

9324-RLD300NXENE (RSLogix 5000 EnterpriseSeries software plus RSNetWorx option)or9357-CNETL3 (RSNetWorx for ControlNet)

DeviceNet interfaceRSNetWorx for DeviceNet software(comes with the standard/RSNetWorx optionof RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)

9324-RLD300NXENE (RSLogix 5000Enterprise Series software plus RSNetWorxoption)or9357-DNETL3 (RSNetWorx for DeviceNet)

Communication card in a workstationRSLinx software(RSLinx Lite comes with RSLogix 5000Enterprise Series software)

9324 series(RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software)

Logix-based system to emulate RSLogix Emulate 5000 software 9310-WED200ENE

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Programming Software

RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series Software Requirements

Description Value

Personal computer Pentium II 450 MHz minPentium 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 min256 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 adapter800 x 600 min resolution (True Color 1024 x 768 recommended)

RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software is designed to work with Logix5000 controllerplatforms. RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software is an IEC 61131-3 compliantsoftware package that offers relay ladder, structured text, function block diagram, andsequential function chart editors for you to develop application programs. Create yourown instructions by encapsulating a section of logic in any programming language intoan add-on instruction.

RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software also includes axis configuration andprogramming support for motion control. With RSLogix 5000 Enterprise Series software,you need only one software package for sequential, process, drive, motion control, andsafety programming.

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Available Features

ServiceEdition 9324-RLD000xxE ♠

Mini Edition9324-RLD200xxE

Lite Edition9324-RLD250xxE

StandardEdition 9324-RLD300xxE

Standard/NetWorxEdition 9324-RLD300NXxxE

Full Edition:Node Locked9324-RLD600xxEConcurrentLicense 9324-RLD600xxF

ProfessionalEdition 9324-RLD700NXxxE

Logix5000 controllers supported All♠ CompactLogixFlexLogix

CompactLogixFlexLogix All All All‡ All

Relay ladder diagram editor§ Upload/downloadand view Full support Full support Full support Full support Full support Full support

Function block diagram editor9324-RLDFBDENE

Upload/downloadand view

Upload/downloadand view Full support Upload/download

and viewUpload/downloadand view Full support Full support

Sequential function chart editor9324-RLDSFCE

Upload/downloadand view

Upload/downloadand view Full support Upload/download

and viewUpload/downloadand view Full support Full support

Structured text editor9324-RLDSTXE

Upload/downloadand view

Upload/downloadand view Full support Upload/download

and viewUpload/downloadand view Full support Full support

PhaseManager9324-RLDPME Upload/download Upload/download Upload/download Upload/download Upload/download Included Included

GuardLogix Safety9324-RLDGLXE

Upload/downloadand view NA NA Upload/download

and viewUpload/downloadand view Included Included

Highly integrated motion Upload/downloadand 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 Lite9303-4DTE01ENE Available separately Available separately Available separately Included Included Included Included

PIDE autotune9323-ATUNEENE Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Included Included

RSMACC audit support Included Included Included Included Included Included Included

FuzzyDesigner9324-RLDFZYENE NA Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately

RSLogix Emulate 50009310-WED200ENE 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

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 softwareRSNetWorx for DeviceNet softwareRSNetWorx for EtherNet/IP software

Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Included Available separately Included

RSLogix Architect9326-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

RSView demo (50 tags/2 hours) Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Available separately Included

Upgrades

To Standard: 9324-RLD0U3xxETo Full: 9324-RLD0U6xxETo Professional:9324-RLD0U7xxE

To Standard: 9324-RLD2U3xxETo Professional:9324-RLD2U7xxE

To Full: 9324-RLD25U6xxETo Professional:9324-RLD25U7xxE

To Full: Multi-language pack NA

Node Locked toConcurrent License:9324-RLD6U6FxxUTo Professional:9324-RLD6U7xxE

NA

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.

RSNetWorx 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.The 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 deviceconnectivity for a wide variety of software applications such as RSLogix 5, RSLogix 500,and RSLogix 5000, RSView32, RSView Enterprise Series, and RSSql/RSBizWaresoftware. In addition, several open interfaces are provided for third-party HMI, datacollection and analysis packages, and custom client-application software. RSLinxsoftware can support multiple software applications simultaneously, communicating to avariety of devices on many different networks.

RSLinx software, version 2.x, is now joined by RSLinx Enterprise software, a newproduct within the RSLinx family that provides unparalleled connectivity to Logixprocessors. RSLinx Enterprise software currently can support working as a data serverfor widely distributed RSView Supervisory Edition products, RSSql, RSBizWare Historian,and RSBizWare PlantMetrics applications, RSView Machine Edition software iincludingPanelView Plus and VersaView hardware platforms, and RSView Supervisory EditionStation software.

You can communicate from anywhere to anywhere using RSLinx software.

RSLinx Software Requirements

Description Value

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 min64 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 display800 x 600 or greater resolution

In most cases, RSLinx Lite software comes bundled with controller programming softwarepackages.

You can also download RSLinx Lite for free from the Software Updates link on the GetSupport Now website at http://support.rockwellautomation.com

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Cat. No. RSLinx ProductsAvailable only bundled with other productssuch as RSLogix software products. RSLinx Lite

9355-WABSNENE RSLinx Single Node9355-WABOEMENE RSLinx OEM9355-WABENE RSLinx Professional9355-WABGWENE RSLinx Gateway9355-WABCENE RSLinx SDK9355-RSLETENE RSLinx Enterprise

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Network ConfigurationSoftware

RSNetWorx software is the configuration tool for your control network. With RSNetWorxsoftware you can create a graphical representation of your network configuration andconfigure the parameters that define your network.

Use RSNetWorx software for:

ControlNet software to schedule network components. The software automaticallycalculates network bandwidth for the entire network, as well as the bandwidth used byeach network component. You must have RSNetWorx software to configure andschedule ControlNet networks.

DeviceNet software to configure DeviceNet I/O devices and create a scan list. TheDeviceNet scanner stores the configuration information and scan list.

EtherNet/IP software to configure EtherNet/IP devices using IP addresses or hostnames.

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RSNetWorx Software Requirements

In some cases, RSNetWorx software comes bundled with controller programmingsoftware packages.

Select the RSNetWorx Software Package

Cat. No. Description9357-CNETL3 RSNetWorx Software for ControlNet9357-DNETL3 RSNetWorx Software for DeviceNet9357-ENETL3 RSNetWorx Software for Ethernet/IP

9357-ANETL3 RSNetWorx Software for ControlNet, Ethernet/IP andDeviceNet

9357-CNETMD3E RSNetWorx with MD for ControlNet, IncludesDriveExecutive Lite

9357-DNETMD3E RSNetWorx with MD for DeviceNet

9357-ENETMD3ERSNetWorx with MD for Ethernet

9357-ANETMD3E RSNetWorx with MD for ControlNet, DeviceNet, andEthernet/IP

Description EtherNet/IP Value ControlNet Value DeviceNet ValuePersonal 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 minMore memory is required for large networks

Hard disk spaceMinimum: 108 MB (includes program and hardware files)Full support: 115...125 MB (includes program, onlinehelp, tutorial, and hardware files)

Minimum: 115 MB (includes program and hardware files)Full support: 168...193 MB (includes program, onlinehelp, tutorial, and hardware files)

Minimum: 190 MB (includes program and hardware files)Full support: 230...565 MB (includes program, onlinehelp, tutorial, and hardware files)

Video requirements16-color VGA graphics adapter640 x 480 resolution minimum800 x 600 resolution recommended

Other RSLinx Lite software, version 2.41 or later, to useRSNetWorx software online

RSLinx Lite software, version 2.4 or later, to useRSNetWorx software online

RSLinx Lite software, version 2.4 or later, to useRSNetWorx software online

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RSLogix Emulate 5000Software

RSLogix Emulate 5000 software (9310-WED200ENE) is the emulation package for theLogix5000 controllers. RSLogix Emulate 5000 software, used in conjunction with RSLogix5000 software, lets you run and debug your application code while at your computer. Inaddition, RSLogix Emulate 5000 software lets you test HMI screens, developed in RSViewsoftware for example, without the need to connect to a real controller.

You can set tracepoint and breakpoint instructions (ladder diagram only) in yourapplication code, use traces, and also vary the execution speed of the emulator. RSLogixEmulate 5000 software supports all the programming languages (ladder diagram, functionblock diagram, structured text, and sequential function chart). RSLogix Emulate 5000software does not allow for control of real I/O.

Use RSLogix Emulate software for:

RSLogix Emulate 5000 Requirements

Description Value

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 greater• Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 2 or greater• Microsoft Windows NT version 4.0 with Service Pack 6A or greater

RAM 128 MB of RAM min

Hard disk space 50 MB of free hard disk space

Video requirements 16-color VGA graphics display800 x 600 or greater resolution

RSLogix Emulate 5000 software includes RSTestStand Lite software. RSTestStand Litesoftware 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 catalognumber 9310-TSTNDENE.

RSLogix Emulate 5000 and RSTestStand Lite software are included with RSLogix 5000Professional software.

troubleshooting.Stop the process whenever a selected rung goes true, effectively freezing the process atthe instant that any error occurs.

ladder logic scanning options.Scan your ladder logic continuously, one program scan at a time, rung-by-rung, or selecta specific block of rungs to emulate. Selecting a block of rungs lets you isolate aparticular section of the program for testing purposes. You can also set trace points totrace application program tags and set break points to halt program execution atpredetermined locations.

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Publication 1769-SG001G-EN-P – July 2007 Copyright ©2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA.

Supersedes 1768-SG001B-EN-P – November 2006 and 1769-SG001F-EN-P – November 2006

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