Allen-Bradley ControlLogix 1756-L63XT Programmable Automation Controller

Rockwell Automation Allen-Bradley ControlLogix-XT Programmable Automatic Controller (PAC) from Rockwell Automation is designed for applications requiring increased reliability in high-temperature and corrosive environments. As part of the Rockwell Automation extreme environment system, the ControlLogix-XT PAC uses the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture control engine with enhancements ...

02/01/2010


Allen-Bradley 1756-L63XT Programmable Automation Controller

Allen-Bradley 1756-L63XT Programmable Automation Controller

Allen-Bradley ControlLogix-XT Programmable Automatic Controller (PAC) from Rockwell Automation is designed for applications requiring increased reliability in high-temperature and corrosive environments. As part of the Rockwell Automation extreme environment system, the ControlLogix-XT PAC uses the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture control engine with enhancements to meet the needs of extreme environment applications. Conformally coated, ControlLogix-XT controllers help reduce panel costs and the need for additional heating/cooling equipment, resulting in lower installation and maintenance costs. Paired with I/O and communication products, the extreme environment system provides a complete control and information architecture to improve product longevity while reducing integration and installation costs. The controller operates in a broad temperature spectrum, -20

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