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    Powering up Micrologix 1000 1761-L32BWA

    I have a Micrologix 1000 1761-L32BWA which I would like to connect to just power so that I can program it in case the one I have in my machine breaks down, I can just do an immediate swap. I am a complete novice and am not sure how to connect just power to this unit. I have done a lot of searching and if I am not mistaken this model uses AC power and I believe the first three connectors on the bottom left are the ones where the power goes into somewhere. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could tell me if this unit does power up using AC power and if yes, then where would I connect the two AC power wires to the unit. Please see attached pic.
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    Good morning @miroesq,

    You are correct that the bottom left is where you wire L1, L2/N, and ground.

    For details, see page 113 in this document:

    https://literature.rockwellautomatio...n001_-mu-p.pdf

    Hope this helps,

    Shawn Tierney,
    Instructor at The Automation School
    Looking for affordable automation training? If you are, check out my courses at TheAutomationSchool.com!

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