Allen Bradley SLC500 4 Point Analog Input Module 1746-NI4 NEW AB Original
SLC 500 System Overview
The Allen-Bradley SLC 500 is a small chassis-based family of programmable controllers, discrete, analog, and specialty I/O, and peripheral devices. The SLC 500 family delivers power and flexibility with a wide range of communication configurations, features, and memory options. The RSLogix 500 ladder logic programming package provides flexible editors, point-and-click I/O configuration, and a powerful database editor, as well as diagnostic and troubleshooting tools to help you save project development time and maximize productivity.
Description of Analog Input Module 1746-NI4
The Allen-Bradley 1746-NI4 is a SLC 500 Analog I/O Module. This Analog I/O Module has Four (4) non-isolated differential, voltage or current selectable input channels. This module occupies single slot of the SLC 500 chassis and compatible with fixed or modular style hardware.
The Allen Bradley 1746-NI4 is an SLC 500 Four (4) Channel Analog Input Module. It has user-selectable analog channels for voltage or current to support multiple monitoring and control applications; it has a 16-bit resolution and contains a removable terminal block that provides connections analog input channel. This channel can be connected as a differential input. There is a DIP that switches on the circuit board to select the input or current voltage. The Backplane current at 5 Volts of this module is 25 mA; at 24 Volts, the current is 85 mA. Caution should be given to avoid connecting the voltage source without the transmitter current, etc. to the channel configured for current input. Incorrect module operation or module damage may occur.