1775-RM

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1775-RM

Revisions: Ser A 
Description: PERIPHERAL INTERFACE ADAPTER USE W/1775-GA PLC3
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Description: PERIPHERAL INTERFACE ADAPTER USE W/1775-GA PLC3

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Revisions: Ser A 

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    Technical Specifications for 1775-RM

ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
Product Lifecycle Status*Discontinued/Obsolete

*The Allen Bradley 1775-RM has been discontinued by the manufacturer, however we specialize in obsolete parts and can likely still supply surplus and/or refurbished replacement 1775-RM units instead of migration.

ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
Product Lifecycle Status*Discontinued/Obsolete

*The Allen Bradley 1775-RM has been discontinued by the manufacturer, however we specialize in obsolete parts and can likely still supply surplus and/or refurbished replacement 1775-RM units instead of migration.

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About 1775-RM

The 1775-RM is a Peripheral Interface Adapter Module from the industry manufacturer Allen Bradley. This module allows remote communication to the 1775-GA (Peripheral Communication Module) by connecting devices that are RS-232-C compatible to the 1775-GA. Interface devices can be as far as 10,000 cable feet away from the PLC-3 processor and the 1775-RM can be inserted into any I/O slot of a1771 I/O chassis by which it is powered but it does not communicate through its backplane. A twin-axial cable connects the 1775-RM to the peripheral communication module. Up to sixteen of the 1775-RM, each having two local RS-232-C communication channels, can connect to a remote channel on the peripheral communication module. The local RS-232-C communication channels allow communication to other RS-232-C devices such as computers, industrial terminals, modems, data cartridge recorders, and RS-232-C data terminals. Communication with other RS-232-C equipment is also allowed. Communication between connected devices can be achieved through Binary command language; this allows programming between a computer or 1770-T4 terminal and the PLC-3 processor; this can also be achieved LIST function that allows mass storage and tape functions in addition to the PLC-3 system configuration. A third option is GA Basic programming language for operator interactive interface.

The 1775-RM has four LED indicators for troubleshooting: first, a red module fault LED (labeled MOD FLT), which is on when there is a module fault and off when the module is powered off or there is no fault; second, a green Remote channel LED (labeled REM ACT) that shows the communication status between the 1775-RM and the peripheral communication module. This is turned on when communication is active and in progress and off when there is not communication; third, a green RS-232-C channel 0 LED (labeled CH0 ACT), and fourth, a green RS-232-C channel 1 LED (labeled CH1 ACT). The RS-232-C channels’ LEDs is on when there is communication between devices on that particular channel and off when power is off, break conditions transmission from the Rs-232-C device is in progress or there is not adequate communication between both devices. The 1775-RM runs on a backplane current of 1.5A, communicates at the rate of 115.2 kbaud at 5,000 cable feet and 57.6 kbaud at 10,000 cable feet. There is no keying required and it can operate at a temperature of 0 to 60 degrees Celsius and stored at a temperature of -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.

Repair Services for 1775-RM

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

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 1775-RM. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

Revisions for 1775-RM

Please refer to the manual for more information about the 1775-RM such as the wiring diagrams, data sheets, firmware information and migration or obsolescence details.

Revision Part # Also Known as Availability
1775-RM Ser A
1775-RM/A, Series A, Rev A Request Quote
Common misspellings:
  • l775-RM
  • 1775RM

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Technical Specifications
ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
Product Lifecycle Status*Discontinued/Obsolete
ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
Product Lifecycle Status*Discontinued/Obsolete

*The Allen Bradley 1775-RM has been discontinued by the manufacturer, however we specialize in obsolete parts and can likely still supply surplus and/or refurbished replacement 1775-RM units instead of migration.

About

The 1775-RM is a Peripheral Interface Adapter Module from the industry manufacturer Allen Bradley. This module allows remote communication to the 1775-GA (Peripheral Communication Module) by connecting devices that are RS-232-C compatible to the 1775-GA. Interface devices can be as far as 10,000 cable feet away from the PLC-3 processor and the 1775-RM can be inserted into any I/O slot of a1771 I/O chassis by which it is powered but it does not communicate through its backplane. A twin-axial cable connects the 1775-RM to the peripheral communication module. Up to sixteen of the 1775-RM, each having two local RS-232-C communication channels, can connect to a remote channel on the peripheral communication module. The local RS-232-C communication channels allow communication to other RS-232-C devices such as computers, industrial terminals, modems, data cartridge recorders, and RS-232-C data terminals. Communication with other RS-232-C equipment is also allowed. Communication between connected devices can be achieved through Binary command language; this allows programming between a computer or 1770-T4 terminal and the PLC-3 processor; this can also be achieved LIST function that allows mass storage and tape functions in addition to the PLC-3 system configuration. A third option is GA Basic programming language for operator interactive interface.

The 1775-RM has four LED indicators for troubleshooting: first, a red module fault LED (labeled MOD FLT), which is on when there is a module fault and off when the module is powered off or there is no fault; second, a green Remote channel LED (labeled REM ACT) that shows the communication status between the 1775-RM and the peripheral communication module. This is turned on when communication is active and in progress and off when there is not communication; third, a green RS-232-C channel 0 LED (labeled CH0 ACT), and fourth, a green RS-232-C channel 1 LED (labeled CH1 ACT). The RS-232-C channels’ LEDs is on when there is communication between devices on that particular channel and off when power is off, break conditions transmission from the Rs-232-C device is in progress or there is not adequate communication between both devices. The 1775-RM runs on a backplane current of 1.5A, communicates at the rate of 115.2 kbaud at 5,000 cable feet and 57.6 kbaud at 10,000 cable feet. There is no keying required and it can operate at a temperature of 0 to 60 degrees Celsius and stored at a temperature of -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.

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

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 1775-RM. 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 1775-RM. 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 1775-RM such as the wiring diagrams, data sheets, firmware information and migration or obsolescence details.

Revision Part # Also Known as Availability
1775-RM Ser A
1775-RM/A, Series A, Rev A Request Quote

Common misspellings:
  • l775-RM
  • 1775RM
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