CompactLogix 5370 Controllers
Bulletin 1769 CompactLogix™ 5370 Controllers are ideal for small to mid-size machines and provide the benefits of Integrated Architecture™ for lower-cost machines. When combined with Kinetix® 350 servo drives, these controllers provide a strong motion solution for customers who require high performance in a compact and affordable package. These controllers expand on the scalability of the Logix family and share common features across all three platforms, including support for Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP™ and Device Level Ring (DLR) for enhanced network resiliency.
|Controller Series||Max. User Memory||Max. Local I/O Points||I/O Module Integration||Max. Motion Position Axes||Additional Features|
|3 MB||960||1769 Compact I/O™||16||
Offer additional features for hazardous environments in No Stored Energy (NSE) model
|1 MB||160||1769 Compact I/O||4||
Provide embedded power supply and I/O
Support universal analog I/O
|512 KB||96||1734 POINT I/O™||2||Provide embedded power supply and I/O|
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Rockwell Automation® Integrated Architecture Solutions provide the foundation to drive plantwide optimization efficiently and effectively, enabling you to respond competitively to the economy and changes in consumer demand. Machine builders can obtain a full range of machine control solutions, from cost-effective components to highly integrated systems.
Watch our CompactLogix 5370 controllers video to learn how these controllers combine Integrated Motion on EtherNet/IP, increased performance, and Device Level Ring (DLR) capability to give you the best fit alternatives for your specific applications.
Use RSLogix 5000 programming software (version 20) or the Studio 5000 Automation Engineering and Design environment (version 21 and higher) from Rockwell Software® to design and configure your CompactLogix™ system with 5370 controllers.
The controllers and modules you select, along with your network configuration, determine what additional software packages you need to configure and program your system. Additional required software may include RSNetWorx configuration software and RSLinx communication software (Classic version 2.59 or higher).
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Additional software products are available from Rockwell Software.
|Integrated Architecture Brochure||IA-BR005||EN| JA| PT| ZC|
|Midrange Architecture System Selection Guide||IA-SG001||DE| EN| ES| FR| IT| JA| KO| NL| PL| PT| TR| ZC|
|CompactLogix Selection Guide||1769-SG001||CS| DE| EN| ES| FR| IT| JA| KO| NL| PL| PT| TR| ZC|
|CompactLogix Controllers Technical Data||1769-TD005||EN|
|CompactLogix 5370 L3 Controllers Quick Start Manual||IASIMP-QS023||EN|
|CompactLogix 5370 L1 Controllers Quick Start Manual||IASIMP-QS024||DE| EN| ES| FR| IT| JA| KO| PT| ZH|
|CompactLogix 5370 Controllers User Manual||1769-UM021||DE| EN| ES| IT| JA| KO| PT| ZC| ZH|
|Logix5000 Controllers Common Procedures Programming Manual||1756-PM001||EN| JA|
|Logix5000 Controllers Design Considerations Reference Manual||1756-RM094||EN|
|More CompactLogix System publications in Literature Library||All Languages|
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Typical applications for CompactLogix™ 5370 L2 and L3 Controllers include:
Typical applications for CompactLogix 5370 L1 Controllers include: