Rockwell Automation's Allen-Bradley Micro800 micro programmable controllers feature Connected Components Workbench software

Rockwell Automation's Allen-Bradley Micro800 component-class micro programmable controllers and Connected Components Workbench software are designed to be easy to configure, install and maintain.

The Micro800 controllers offer a range of plug-in modules for analog/digital I/O, communications and expanded memory. The controller family also offers removable terminal blocks (most models) and communication via point-to-point data exchange.

The Connected Components Workbench software follows established IEC-61131 standards. It allows machine builders to program Micro800 controllers and configure other devices in the system.

The software provides controller programming, device configuration and data sharing with the HMI editor for PanelView Component operator products. In addition, the software supports three standard IEC programming languages: ladder diagram, function block diagram and structured text. The programming software features run-time download, which enables live program adjustments.

  • Allen-Bradley Micro810 programmable logic controller – The Micro810 controller features embedded smart relay function blocks that can be configured from a 1.5-inch LCD and keypad. The function blocks include delay off/on timer, time of day, time of week and time of year.
  • Allen-Bradley Micro830 programmable logic controller – The Micro830 controller is designed to provide flexible communications and up to six, high-speed counter inputs. It also provides incorporation of up to five plug-in modules on the 48pt models.
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