New Product Launch – PLC: Allen Bradley 1746-P2 Series C

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Hey there Contractors and fellow Service Professionals!

Today we are covering the Allen Bradley 1746-P2 Series C PLC.

This is a power supply, which we all know is the heart PLCs. Needless to say, all PLCs require a power supply in order to operate. This is why we are kicking off our PLC blog series with this incredible 1746-P2 Series C!

PLC Allen Bradley 1746-P2 SLC 500 Power Supply

Allen Bradley 1746-P2 SLC 500 Power Supply

This particular one is a 500 Rack Mount Power Supply. The terminals on this power supply provide an isolated, non-fused 200 mA 24 VDC power. This item must be mounted directly on the left end of the 1746 Input / Output (I/O) Chassis.

 

SLC 500 Power SupplySLC 500 Power Supply

The 1746-P2 has a selectable operation mode of 120V or 240V, which can be chosen by setting a jumper. This does not require any special wiring.

This Series, as well as other 1746-P2 power supplies, have LED that indicates proper supply power.

 

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Now let’s get down to the nitty gritty of Specifications…

 

Allen Bradley 1746-P2 Series C
Nominal Input Voltage 120 VAC or 220 VAC
Input Voltage Range 85 VAC – 132 VAC
Max InRush Current 20 Amps
User Output Current 0.2 Amps at 24 VDC
User Output Voltage Range 18 VDC – 30 VDC
Backplane Output Current 5 Amps at 5 VDC | 0.96 Amps at 24 VDC
Frequency 47 Hz – 63 Hz
Fuse 3 Amps, 250 Volts
Wiring Max (2) 14 AWG Wires per Terminal
Location 1746 Chassis Side
Dimensions 5.5 in. H x 2.9 in. W x 5.7 in. W
Weight 2.5 lb

 

Allen Bradley SLC 500 Controllers are available for applications from small-scale equipment to entire production lines.

 

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Stay tuned for the next PLC item on our line up >> Allen Bradley 1747-L541/C

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