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    What's New in Logix (TechED 18)


    Of all the Rockwell Automation TechED 2018 presentations made available last week, the first ones I went through were the "What's...

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    Flex IO 5000 is going to be nice. The old 1734 flex IO was great to install with built in power and common bus rails which made adding sensors in the field a breeze.

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    I totally agree @jamesonline,

    The new connectors look like a huge improvement, and I'm hoping the QR codes lead directly to wiring diagrams :-D

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    Compactlogix 1769L36ERMS with

    Hello:
    I have a Compactlogix 1769L36ERMS controller and a 1734-ARNTR Safety point IO, what software is needed to develop the program using theses devices?
    I've installed studio5000 v24 and v27 and RS Logix 5000 v20, and there's no one of these items in the list of hardware

    thank you

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    Good afternoon Aisa,

    Best way to find out is to look it up at:

    https://compatibility.rockwellautoma...ages/home.aspx

    According to Rockwell, the first rev supported was v28.

    Sincerely,

    Shawn Tierney,
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