What SLC 5?

What SLC 5?

The Allen-Bradley SLC 500 is a small chassis-based family of programmable controllers, discrete, analog, and specialty I/O, and peripheral devices. The SLC 500 family delivers power and flexibility with a wide range of communication configurations, features, and memory options.

What programming software is used to program a SLC 5 03 processor?

RSLogix 500
RSLogix 500 programming software, version 7.10 or higher, is required to configure and program these new features.

What is an SLC controller?

The Allen-Bradley SLC 500 is Rockwell Automation’s small, chassis-based, modular family of programmable controllers and I/O. The smaller size of the SLC means that you can use it in applications where you can’t afford the size and overhead of a traditional, full-size programmable logic controller.

Which cable would you use to communicate with a Allen Bradley PLC?

All you need is a regular female-to-female null modem crossover DB9 serial cable, and a USB to RS232 adapter if your computer does not have a serial port. The official A-B cable is 1747-CP3.

What is an SLC 5/03 processor?

SLC 5/03 Processors (Catalog No. 1747-L531 or -L532) The SLC 5/03 processor significantly increases performance by supplying system throughput times of 1 ms for a typical 1K user program. Now applications such as high-speed packaging, sorting, and material handling become more affordable.

How do SLC 500 programmable controllers and I/O modules communicate with the processor?

• Communication to an SLC 500 processor can take place across the 1746 I/O backplane or on the DH-485 network through the module’s DH-485 port. 31 SLC 500 Programmable Controllers and I/O Modules Specifications

What is the DCM for the SLC 500 processor?

The SLC 500 fixed, SLC 5/01, SLC 5/02, SLC 5/03, SLC 5/04, or SLC 5/05 processors can interface to this network through the 1747-DCM module for distributed control. The DCM lets the SLC 500 processor look like another slave device on the network.

How do I replace the battery in the SLC 500 module?

SLC 5/03, SLC 5/04, and SLC 5/05 Modular Processors 11 Publication 1747-IN009B-EN-P – March 2008 3. Unplug the battery connector. 4. Remove the battery from the retaining clips. 5. Insert a new battery into the battery retaining clips. 6. Plug the battery connector into the socket as shown above. 7. Re-insert the module into the SLC 500 chassis. 8.

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