All trademarks are property of their respective companies. Saturday, December 29, Firmware revision might be the only potential major gotcha. What it does mean is, if you have a plant full of L6x processors, you’ll want to prepare a plan for supporting them past the end date of manufacturing. However, Rockwell is certainly not “forcing” anyone to do anything.
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How many PLC manufactures are still fully supporting ussb 25 to 35 year old models with a two year forecast of when they can no longer make them and a staggered migration plan before new stock will no longer be delivered?
What it does mean is, if you have a plant full of L6x processors, you’ll want to prepare a plan for supporting them past the end date of manufacturing.
We have watched the price of the PLC-5 rise gradually over ten years and you still have a few months or years left to continue to buy them brand new for what, 4 times the cost of a few hour of downtime?
I didn’t realize that the hardware to support such antiques had already become so expensive. In this instance cheap is defined as: What’s New in View, AF Also, anyone automating a holiday display?
Storing comments in the controller This does not consume project memory High speed data logging and time stamping in the controller Extended tag properties FTAE logs stored in the processor as storage and a data buffer. How gradual to you want? It 1756-p7x with a 1gb card which is also a plus.
Yeah, who wants more performance at less cost! I’ve experience first hand Rockwell’s legendary support of legacy products countless times. I don’t have V20 even loaded on that PC maybe? The only one I can see at the 17756-l7x is if you use the serial port on the L6x series since the L7x does not have one. I think they may have come out with Series B on some, maybe they are V20 and later.
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Nobody likes change, but everybody likes cheap! Greetings, I have historically used the L61 process on projects and it appears to have been the correct choice in terms of price to features required for my projects.
That doesn’t mean Rockwell won’t repair, exchange, or support these units into and beyond.
So if you’ve currently standardized on the L6x family with either version 17 or 18, you’ll have to make a conscious decision to add v20 if you want the option of using all of the current L7x processors.
Are there any “gotchas” when moving to the L7x series from the L6x series? However, Rockwell is certainly not “forcing” anyone to do anything.
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If all the products in your system currently use CompactFlash memory cards, then the L6x has you covered as it comes with a CompactFlash slot card sold separately. All trademarks are property of their respective companies.
Ken, your right, but changes should be gradual not like that i. DF1 to Ethernet video.
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They are just making the new stuff financially more appealing than the old. They’ve been doing it for years and considering the industry, it’s probably the only way to get people to move forward.
I use V19 with all the L7x, I have a lot of them for sale Click HERE to post a comment or question. The L64 series B supportsand the L65 series B supports On Rockwell’s lifecycle status page, www. Data Highway Plus to Ethernet video. Dustin is right on. Thanks in advance for any further input. I believe that ver. We’re using L7x and CompactLogix x for all new projects. Communicate and Download over Data Highway Plus using