By handling it this way, you can include costs as part of your operating, rather than capital, expenditures. Have money you need to use before you lose it at the end of the year? Take another step on your modernization path. Before long, you’ll have a completely updated facility – without the losses and downtime. (If you need to migrate from a different vendor to Rockwell Automation®, find out what that journey would look like here.)
Your legacy Allen-Bradley equipment needs to be updated. But how do you keep the custom programming? Or keep everything running while trying out the new system? You probably thought you couldn’t do either of those. We’ve got great news, courtesy of the Modernization Gateway.
Rockwell Automation has discontinued the 1761-NET-ENI. With solutions replacing that module and enabling phased modernizations of your legacy DF1 equipment, you’ll be able to make the move to EtherNet/IP™ without skipping a beat.
American Castings updated its system to ControlLogix®. They benefited in big ways by being able to keep their original equipment running while testing the new system. Find out how!READ STORY
Tillamook’s facility had Texas Instruments™ I/O and a Siemens® PLC – then they updated to a ControlLogix® via the AN-X2 gateway, saving the facility from a lengthy shutdown. Watch the video to learn more!WATCH VIDEO