What’s New with Logix and Studio 5000

July 2016 Louisiana Users Group
What’s New with Logix and Studio 5000

In our July 2016 Louisiana Users’ Group seminar we took a look at the latest developments with the Logix controller family, distributed IO platforms, and the Studio 5000 development environment.

Logix
Rockwell Automation has expanded its Allen-Bradley Logix family of controllers to enable faster system performance and support the growing use of smart devices in manufacturing and industrial operations. The new ControlLogix 5580 controller and the new CompactLogix 5380 controller provides up to 45 percent more application capacity and includes embedded 1-gigabit Ethernet ports to support high-performance communications, I/O and applications with up to 256 axes of motion.

Studio 5000
Rockwell Automation has added three new applications to its Rockwell Software Studio 5000 development environment to help engineers speed development of automation systems as they design a Connected Enterprise. These applications, along with the Studio 5000 Logix Designer application released in 2012, bring more functionality together into one environment to help improve automation design productivity.

Slides
July 2016 Users Group Presentation

Documentation:
Integrated Architecture Product Portfolio Brochure
Product Profile: ControlLogix 5580
Selection Guide: ControlLogix
Replacement Guide: ControlLogix 5560/5570 to 5580
Product Profile: CompactLogix 5380
Selection Guide: CompactLogix
Product Profile: 5069 Compact IO
Product Profile: Studio 5000
Product Profile: Stratix 5400

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