PLC-5/60L Processor Overview

Cat. No.ProcessorUser Memory Words, Max. Memory TypesTotal I/O, Max.Analog I/O, Max.I/O Scan Time per Rack∆ 
Standard PLC-5 Processors
1785-L60LPLC-5/60L64 kB§•Battery-backed static RAM
•EEPROM program backup option using:
1785-ME16, -ME32, -ME64, and -M100
•3072 (any mix) or
•3072 in + 3072 out (complementary)
3072•0.5 ms (ext. local)
•10 ms at 57.6 kbit/s
•7 ms at 115.2 kbit/s
•3 ms at 230.4 kbit/s

 

 

Processor CategoryI/O, Max.I/O Chassis, Max.I/O CommunicationUser Memory, Max.General
Communication Ports
Standard PLC-5 Processor512 to 3072
(any mix)⋆
5 to 93⋆•Processor-resident local I/O
•Extended local I/O
•Universal Remote I/O
•DeviceNet I/O‡
•8K to 100K words
•protected (PLC-5/26, -5/46, and -5/86 only)
•Ethernet§
•DH+
•RS-232-C/422-A/423-A
Ethernet
PLC-5 Processor
512 to 3072
(any mix)⋆
13 to 65⋆•Processor-resident local I/O
•Universal Remote I/O
•DeviceNet I/O‡
•16K to 100K words•Ethernet
•DH+
•RS-232-C/422-A/423-A
ControlNet PLC-5 ProcessorForcible
•512 to 3072 (any mix)⋆
Non-forcible
•3200 to 50176
77 to 125⋆•Processor-resident local I/O
•Universal Remote I/O
•DeviceNet I/O‡
•ControlNet I/O
•6K to 100K words
•protected (PLC-5/46C only)
•Ethernet§
•ControlNet
•DH+
•RS-232-C/422-A/423-A
⋆ This does not include DeviceNet I/O.
‡ This type of I/O in this type of controller system requires a separate I/O scanner installed in an I/O module slot.
§ These are not on-board ports. They are available only through an interface installed in I/O module slot 0.

PLC-5 Processors

Standard PLC-5 Processors

  1. Total I/O, Max. is the actual I/O circuits, regardless of the number of connection points or I/O image bits. The number of I/O image bits (8, 16, or 32) that correspond to an I/O module limit the number of I/O at that module; however, some modules may have less I/O than I/O image bits. This includes local I/O, extended local I/O, and Universal Remote I/O combined. This does not include DeviceNet I/O.
    Any mix means that any number of the I/O can be inputs and any number can be outputs, with no placement restrictions.
    Complementary means that to configure this many I/O, pairs of modules must have duplicate addresses. This pair must be either 2 output modules sharing the same output image bits or an input module and an output module complementing each other. In either case, module placement must conform to these restrictions.
  2. I/O rack is an I/O addressing unit that can contain a max. of 128 I/O with unique addressing of I/O modules or 256 I/O with duplicate addressing of I/O modules.