Welcome to the first article in our “Best of 2014” series.
Today we'll list the seven most popular CompactLogix and ControlLogix blogs of 2014.
As we mentioned in last year's best of, please keep in mind that older blogs have a distinct advantage since they've been around much longer than newer ones.
Without further adieu, here are The Automation Blog's most popular Logix articles of 2014!
Clients often ask me about available data logging options for the CompactLogix and ControlLogix. And as of version 21, the controller itself still has no native data logging feature (maybe in v22?)… [Read More]
It’s been just over a year since Rockwell launched Studio 5000 Logix Designer, and it seems I’m getting more questions about it now than ever before… [Read More]
For only the second time in
the product’s history over a decade, Rockwell will not be releasing a major version of Logix programming software… [Read More]
A client recently called frustrated that the real time clock in his CompactLogix processor was always off by 4 hours. While I had heard this complaint in the past, since I hadn’t run into it myself I needed to do a little research to understand what this client was experiencing… [Read More]
I hope you’ve found this “Best of 2014” article helpful. If you have your own favorite “Logix” post, or have a question about one of the above articles, please let us know by using the “post a comment or question” link below.
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