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The Allen Bradley corporation's CompactLogix series is a Logix controller system. This series is widely used in medium and small-scale industrial applications. Furthermore, these systems are used to control machine-level applications.
The CompactLogix 5069 product series includes various Allen-Bradley Logix controllers. The controllers of this product series can be mounted via a DIN rail. CompactLogix 5069-series controllers can be used for various applications and are typically used to enable faster performance in machine systems, as well as meet different demands of the users.
The ControlLogix series, or products belonging to Allen Bradley, combines the communication module and the input/output module with the drive, motion, process, and sequential control at a much more cost-effective platform. It is easy to design, construct, and maintain it since it is modular in nature. Multiple controllers can be mounted on a single chassis and it is possible to select the required memory that suits their application. It enables high speed transmission of data across the controllers’ backplane.
Allen Bradley's Flex I/O 1794 modules, which include various communication adapters, provide versatility for a variety of applications, delivering digital, analog, HART analog, and custom I/O with 4 to 32 points for each module. Users can mix and combine digital and analog I/O with mounting and wiring choices. It enables users to swap modules and connect cables while the system is running, with simple Snap-On installation through removal and insertion under power.
The FLEX I/O 1797 product series is one from Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation. This series includes various modules that include input modules, analog modules, I/O modules, and more. These modules are capable of communicating over an EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, or DeviceNet network.
MicroLogix 1000 is a product line from Allen Bradley/Rockwell Automation. This series features compact and cost-effective PLC modules. These very PLCs are in 2 variations, each having sixteen to thirty-two I/O, allowing users to choose models with various inputs and outputs. The units support digital input and relay output. Additionally, they are available with DIN rail-mounting capabilities. Furthermore, these PLCs support AC and DC-rated power.
The MicroLogix 1500 product series includes various programmable controllers from Allen Bradley/Rockwell Automation. These controllers are composed of a power supply, I/O circuits, and a processor, and they are available with 24 or 28 embedded I/O points. MicroLogix 1500 controllers can be connected to PCs, the DH-485 network, the Ethernet network, a DeviceNet network, or Modbus SCADA networks.
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