Integrated Architecture capabilities expanded with ControlLogix® redundancy
New capabilities for industry-leading Allen-Bradley® ControlLogix® programmable automation controller include faster scan rates and redundant I/O on EtherNet/IP.
We have added new capabilities to our Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controller (PAC) to provide users with high availability and increased performance for our scalable Integrated Architecture system. New features of the ControlLogix PAC include faster processor scan rates and redundant I/O on EtherNet/IP.
With our scalable Integrated Architecture system, manufacturers and machine builders of all sizes need only one control platform for discrete, process, batch and drive-based applications. The new redundancy features increase overall plant productivity and further strengthen the advantages of using ControlLogix for both critical and non-critical control applications.
Redundant I/O on EtherNet/IP – Using the latest ControlLogix PAC, machine builders can – for the first time – benefit from I/O on the EtherNetI/P network. This gives manufacturers the ability to achieve high availability on a network that seamlessly integrates with ERP systems and third-party components.
Higher performance through L7 controllers – The firmware also adds support for Allen-Bradley ControlLogix L7 controllers. When using our new Redundancy Module, manufacturers can achieve 100 percent faster scan times. With faster scan rates, manufacturers can experience more consistent performance.
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