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The Ex I/O 24 Slot Extension Chassis module has a maximum of 24 slots and an input voltage of 18 to 32 Volts DC. This module has an approximate mass of 1800 grams and dimensions of 605 x 127 x 80 millimeters.

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1719-A24

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Description: The Ex I/O 24 Slot Extension Chassis module has a maximum of 24 slots and an input voltage of 18 to 32 Volts DC. This module has an approximate mass of 1800 grams and dimensions of 605 x 127 x 80 millimeters.
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Revisions: Ser A 

Warranty: 1 year DO Supply Warranty Included
Shipping: Worldwide shipping via DHL, UPS, Fedex, and TNT
Repairs: We offer repair service for the 1719-A24.
Exchange: Exchange credit for your defective unit available.

To speak to a sales representative for pricing & lead time:

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    Technical Specifications for 1719-A24

ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
Part Number/Catalog No.1719-A24
Product LineBulletin 1719 Ex I/O module
Module TypeBackplane Module
Maximum slots24
Input Voltage18 to 32 Volts DC
Approximate Mass1800 grams
Dimensions605 x 127 x 80 millimeters
ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
Part Number/Catalog No.1719-A24
Product LineBulletin 1719 Ex I/O module
Module TypeBackplane Module
Maximum slots24
Input Voltage18 to 32 Volts DC
Approximate Mass1800 grams
Dimensions605 x 127 x 80 millimeters

About 1719-A24

The 1719-A24 is a base chassis for distributed I/O systems with 24 slots manufactured by Allen-Bradley. This backplane module is used to hold power supplies, a communication adapter, and I/O modules, and to enable the hardware connection of these elements to the power supply and communication bus. The modern acquisition of signals in the field often demands increasing levels of flexibility, which are provided by distributed I/O systems. The EtherNet/IP communication adapter installed inside the 1719-A24 base chassis enables connections between field devices and PLCs that are installed far away from the signal-generating point. In this way, system configuration possibilities are expanded. Modular remote I/O systems, like the Bulletin 1719 system manufactured by Allen-Bradley, encompass various signal types and performance levels. The users are free to combine modules according to their application needs without changing the control architecture.


The 1719-A24 base chassis is delivered without any accessories. If the users want to add an extension backplane to this base unit, they have to order it separately. The extension backplane will be delivered with a cable with the order code 1719-CBL for connection to the 1719-A24 chassis. Only basic tools are required to install the base chassis. It is connected to an Ethernet/IP network through RJ45 connectors and the Cat5 Ethernet cables. This kind of network is easily maintained and expanded. The base chassis (and the entire distributed I/O system) is configured by the Rockwell Automation Studio 5000 software. To embrace 24 different modules, this chassis has a housing with dimensions of 605 millimeters x 113 millimeters x 165 millimeters. The backplane connections of the Allen-Bradley 1719-A24 are not intrinsically safe.

FAQ for 1719-A24

QuestionAnswer
1: How many slots does the 1719-A24 have? The 1719-A24 has 24 slots.
2: What software does the 1719-A24 use? The 1719-A24 uses the Rockwell Automation Studio 5000 software.
3: Are the 1719-A24's backplane connections intrinsically safe? No, the 1719-A24's backplane connections are not intrinsically safe.
4: Is the 1719-A24 a distributed I/O system? Yes, the 1719-A24 is a distributed I/O system.
5: Do the users need to change the 1719-A24's control architecture for their applications? No, the users do not need to change the 1719-A24's control architecture for their applications.
6: Can the 1719-A24 connect to an Ethernet/IP network? Yes, the 1719-A24 can connect to an Ethernet/IP network.

Repair Services for 1719-A24

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks Askenvelope Get Quote

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 1719-A24. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

Revisions for 1719-A24

Please refer to the manual for more information about the 1719-A24 such as the wiring diagrams, data sheets, firmware information and migration or obsolescence details.

Revision Part # Also Known as Availability
1719-A24 Ser A
1719-A24/A, Series A, Rev A Request Quote
Common misspellings:
  • l719-A24
  • 17l9-A24
  • 1719-A2A
  • 1719A24

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Technical Specifications
ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
Part Number/Catalog No.1719-A24
Product LineBulletin 1719 Ex I/O module
Module TypeBackplane Module
Maximum slots24
Input Voltage18 to 32 Volts DC
Approximate Mass1800 grams
Dimensions605 x 127 x 80 millimeters
ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
Part Number/Catalog No.1719-A24
Product LineBulletin 1719 Ex I/O module
Module TypeBackplane Module
Maximum slots24
Input Voltage18 to 32 Volts DC
Approximate Mass1800 grams
Dimensions605 x 127 x 80 millimeters
About

The 1719-A24 is a base chassis for distributed I/O systems with 24 slots manufactured by Allen-Bradley. This backplane module is used to hold power supplies, a communication adapter, and I/O modules, and to enable the hardware connection of these elements to the power supply and communication bus. The modern acquisition of signals in the field often demands increasing levels of flexibility, which are provided by distributed I/O systems. The EtherNet/IP communication adapter installed inside the 1719-A24 base chassis enables connections between field devices and PLCs that are installed far away from the signal-generating point. In this way, system configuration possibilities are expanded. Modular remote I/O systems, like the Bulletin 1719 system manufactured by Allen-Bradley, encompass various signal types and performance levels. The users are free to combine modules according to their application needs without changing the control architecture.


The 1719-A24 base chassis is delivered without any accessories. If the users want to add an extension backplane to this base unit, they have to order it separately. The extension backplane will be delivered with a cable with the order code 1719-CBL for connection to the 1719-A24 chassis. Only basic tools are required to install the base chassis. It is connected to an Ethernet/IP network through RJ45 connectors and the Cat5 Ethernet cables. This kind of network is easily maintained and expanded. The base chassis (and the entire distributed I/O system) is configured by the Rockwell Automation Studio 5000 software. To embrace 24 different modules, this chassis has a housing with dimensions of 605 millimeters x 113 millimeters x 165 millimeters. The backplane connections of the Allen-Bradley 1719-A24 are not intrinsically safe.

FAQ

Question: How many slots does the 1719-A24 have?
Answer: The 1719-A24 has 24 slots.

Question: What software does the 1719-A24 use?
Answer: The 1719-A24 uses the Rockwell Automation Studio 5000 software.

Question: Are the 1719-A24's backplane connections intrinsically safe?
Answer: No, the 1719-A24's backplane connections are not intrinsically safe.

Question: Is the 1719-A24 a distributed I/O system?
Answer: Yes, the 1719-A24 is a distributed I/O system.

Question: Do the users need to change the 1719-A24's control architecture for their applications?
Answer: No, the users do not need to change the 1719-A24's control architecture for their applications.

Question: Can the 1719-A24 connect to an Ethernet/IP network?
Answer: Yes, the 1719-A24 can connect to an Ethernet/IP network.

Repairs
Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks Askenvelope Get Quote

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 1719-A24. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks Askenvelope Get Quote

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 1719-A24. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

Revisions

Please refer to the manual for more information about the 1719-A24 such as the wiring diagrams, data sheets, firmware information and migration or obsolescence details.

Revision Part # Also Known as Availability
1719-A24 Ser A
1719-A24/A, Series A, Rev A Request Quote

Common misspellings:
  • l719-A24
  • 17l9-A24
  • 1719-A2A
  • 1719A24
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