Welcome to the third article in our “Best of 2014” series. Today we'll list the seven most popular SLC & MicroLogix blogs of 2014.
As we mentioned yesterday, older blogs have a distinct advantage as they've been around longer than newer ones. With that in mind, it doesn't surprise me to see a couple of our Best of 2013 PLC Blogs return again on this year's list.
Without further adieu, here are The Automation Blog's most popular SLC & MicroLogix articles of 2014!
One of the best kept Rockwell secretes is for the last few years they have offered RSLogix Emulate 500 for free. With this software, you can test your SLC-500 or MicroLogix programs right on your PC, without the need to connect to a physical unit… [Read More]
It’s a common question that clients ask, “Which MicroLogix’s support Modbus?” In this article I’ll detail the answer… [Read More]
How to get free programming software for the MicroLogix 1000 and MicroLogix 1100… [Read More]
The MicroLogix 1400 is one of the few Allen-Bradley PLC’s with a small LCD display and navigation keys on the front of the unit, and these can be used to find the PLC’s MAC and IP address… [Read More]
In 1999, five years after the launch of the MicroLogix 1000, the first entry in Rockwell’s second generation of MicroLogix family was released. The MicroLogix 1500 was substantially different from the MicroLogix 1000 in many ways, the most obvious being the fact that it’s Processor was removable from the I/O base… [Read More]
I hope you’ve found this “Best of 2014” article helpful. If you have your own favorite “SLC” or “MicroLogix” 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.
Have a happy and safe New Year's Eve today!
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