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Our Bulletin 1756 ControlLogix® chassis-based modules provide a full range of digital, diagnostic digital, analog, motion control, specialty I/O, and compute modules to meet your application needs. You can use any of the chassis-based modules in the local chassis of a ControlLogix controller or in a chassis linked to a ControlLogix controller across ControlNet™ or EtherNet/IP™ networks.
Our Bulletin 1769 Compact I/O™ Chassis-Based Modules can be used as local and distributed I/O for a CompactLogix™ or Compact GuardLogix® controller. Rack-type features in a rackless design lower costs and reduce replacement parts inventory. A built-in removable terminal block provides connections to I/O sensors and actuators.
Our Bulletin 5069 Compact I/O™ modules provide high-performance control in a compact design, and expand the performance capabilities of the Logix platform. They are the local I/O modules in a CompactLogix™ 5380 system. These modules are the ideal distributed I/O solution on an EtherNet/IP network for CompactLogix 5380 and ControlLogix® 5580 controllers. They are great for applications with high-processing requirements.
Our Bulletin 1762 MicroLogix™ Expansion I/O modules extend the capabilities of the MicroLogix 1100, 1200, and 1400 controllers by maximizing flexibility of the I/O count and type. The modular, rackless design enhances cost savings and reduces replacement parts inventory. Modules can be either DIN rail or panel mounted.
Our Bulletin 2085 Micro800® Expansion I/O modules extend the capabilities of the Micro850® and Micro870™ controllers by maximizing flexibility of the I/O count and type. The I/O module snaps firmly to the right side of Micro850 and Micro870 controllers, supporting both DIN rail and panel mount.
Our Bulletin 1799 Embedded Distributed I/O Modules provide a standard interface between an input device and machine actuators. You can leverage our proven design technology and reliability without the cost of custom‑packaged solutions—critical for cost-sensitive machine-embedded applications. An available expansion board and universal I/O reduce your initial material investment, minimize inventory, reduce cost per I/O expansion, and maximize I/O use for each application.
Our Bulletin 1719 Ex I/O modules are an intrinsically safe distributed I/O platform that can be mounted in Zone 2 or Class I, Div 2. This platform integrates devices in hazardous areas via EtherNet/IP™ in a chassis-based I/O design that provides maximum efficiency in a small space.
Our Bulletin 1734 POINT I/O™ modules offer digital, analog, and specialty I/O, as well as POINT Guard safety-rated I/O, with one to eight points per module. You can mix standard and safety I/O in the same system. Comprehensive diagnostics and configurable features make POINT I/O easy to apply.
POINT Guard I/O™ modules are safety-rated I/O modules designed to fit into the standard POINT I/O™ system, offering automation and safety functionality in a maximum density I/O solution. POINT Guard I/O communicates by using the CIP™ safety protocol over EtherNet/IP™ for GuardLogix® controllers or DeviceNet™ for SmartGuard™ 600 controllers.
Our FLEX 5000™ I/O is a reliable and flexible distributed I/O solution, which allows you to choose your I/O to meet your operational needs. FLEX 5000 I/O enhances communication with 1 Gb EtherNet/IP™ connectivity, which offers higher speed and increased bandwidth. To provide flexibility in your network architecture, FLEX 5000 I/O includes 2 copper or 2 fiber ports (SFP) and support for DLR, Star, Linear, and PRP topologies. Designed for use in a broad range of applications, the FLEX 5000 I/O operates in -40…70 °C (-40…158 °F) temperatures.
Our Bulletin 1732D and 1732E ArmorBlock® I/O modules provide low-cost, hardened, I/O suitable for on-machine use. You can mount these modules on a machine close to the sensors and actuators to provide shorter cable runs for automotive, material handling, and high-speed packaging applications. These modules are available for DeviceNet™ and EtherNet/IP™ networks and are suitable for use in welding applications and end-of-arm robot applications.
Our Bulletin 1738 ArmorPOINT® I/O modules provides a wide range of input and output modules to span many applications, from high-speed digital to process control. ArmorPOINT I/O supports producer/consumer technology, which lets input information and output status to be shared among multiple Logix controllers.