MicroLogix 1100 Controller
The MicroLogix 1100 controller is our newest family of controllers to join the popular
MicroLogix 1000, MicroLogix 1200, and MicroLogix 1500 controllers, and is designed to
broaden application coverage through embedded analog inputs, Ethernet communication,
and visualization capabilities. MicroLogix 1100 controllers maintain the same critical
features you have come to expect from the MicroLogix family, and expand that capability to
include true online editing. MicroLogix 1100 controllers complement our low-end controllers
for applications that require up to 80 digital I/O.
Each MicroLogix 1100 controller contains 2 embedded analog inputs, with 10 digital inputs
and 6 digital outputs. The controller can also expand its I/O capabilities by using the same
modules as the MicroLogix 1200 controller. Up to four of the 1762 I/O modules can be used
with a single MicroLogix 1100 controller.
Using the latest version of our world-class RSLogix 500 programming software, the
MicroLogix 1100 controller can be programmed with an instruction set that is common with
the MicroLogix 1000, MicroLogix 1200, MicroLogix 1500, and SLC 500 families of controllers.
RSLogix 500 Starter, Standard, and Professional applications all support the MicroLogix 1100
controller, including its online editing capabilities.
Each controller supports a built-in RS-232/RS-485 combo port for serial and networked
communication and a second built-in EtherNet/IP port, which supports Ethernet peer-to-peer
An embedded LCD screen lets you monitor controller and I/O status, as well as make
changes to bit and integer data.
Advantages for the MicroLogix 1100 Controllers
? Large 8 KB memory (4 KB user program with 4 KB user data) to solve a variety of
? True online editing allows tuning of program, including PID, without going offline.
? Support for MicroLogix 1100 controller online editing in RSLogix 500 Professional,
Standard, and Starter software version 7.10 and later. MicroLogix 1100 series B
controller uses RSLogix 500 software version 7.20 and later.
? Mode switch for Run/Remote/Program.
? Time-based or event-triggered data logging capability stores controller data records
with optional time stamp in a separate 128 Kbyte memory area for later analysis (for
example, trending and I/O status during alarm condition data).
? Recipe storage (up to 64 KB that is deducted from Data Logging memory) that is
accessible by your ladder program, enabling quick and easy batch changes of
program data for timers, counters, and other data types.
? High performance expansion I/O options (up to four 1762 I/O modules, in any
? Four high-speed inputs (except 1763-L16AWA controller) that can be used
individually as latching (pulse-catch) inputs, event interrupts, or alternately combined
as one 40 kHz high-speed counter featuring 8 modules of operation.
? Two built-in 0...10V dc analog inputs with 10-bit resolution (not isolated