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1747-ASB

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Description: The Allen-Bradley 1747-ASB is a SLC 500 I/O Adapter Module. This I/O Adapter Module has a Universal Remote I/O Adapter Communication Port and which supports Communication Rate of 57.6, 115 or 230 kilobits/second.
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Description: The Allen-Bradley 1747-ASB is a SLC 500 I/O Adapter Module. This I/O Adapter Module has a Universal Remote I/O Adapter Communication Port and which supports Communication Rate of 57.6, 115 or 230 kilobits/second.

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    Technical Specifications for 1747-ASB

ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
SeriesSLC 500
Part Number/Catalog No.1747-ASB
Module TypeI/O Adapter Module
Communication PortUniversal Remote I/O Adapter
Communication Rate57.6, 115 or 230 kilobits/second
Backplane Current (5 Volts DC)375 milliamps
CableBelden 9463
Slot Width1-Slot
No. of slots30 Slots
No. of Node16 Standard; 32 extended
Connectors6-Pin Phoenix Connector
UPC10662468028766
Weight0.37 pounds (168 grams)
Operating Temperature0-60 Celsius
Operating Temperature0-60 Celsius
Dimensions5.72 x 1.37 x 5.15 inches
ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
SeriesSLC 500
Part Number/Catalog No.1747-ASB
Module TypeI/O Adapter Module
Communication PortUniversal Remote I/O Adapter
Communication Rate57.6, 115 or 230 kilobits/second
Backplane Current (5 Volts DC)375 milliamps
CableBelden 9463
Slot Width1-Slot
No. of slots30 Slots
No. of Node16 Standard; 32 extended
Connectors6-Pin Phoenix Connector
UPC10662468028766
Weight0.37 pounds (168 grams)
Operating Temperature0-60 Celsius
Operating Temperature0-60 Celsius
Dimensions5.72 x 1.37 x 5.15 inches

About 1747-ASB

The Allen-Bradley 1747-ASB is a remote I/O adapter module that is part of the SLC 500 system. It establishes a communication link between SLC or PLC scanners and various 1746 I/O modules via Remote I/O. The Remote I/O link consists of one master device i.e., an SLC or PLC scanner and one or more slave devices that are adapters. The SLC or PLC image table gets I/O module image-mapping directly from its chassis. For image mapping, it supports both discrete and block transfer. The 1747-ASB has support for 1/2-slot, 1-slot, and 2-slot addressing with efficient image utilization. It is installed in the chassis with the SLC 500 processor and it scans I/O in the chassis.
The 1747-ASB module has 375 mA backplane current at 5V and 0 mA at 24V. It has a minimum and maximum thermal dissipation of 1.875 W. It can communicate I/O data over a distance of up to 3040 meters and it supports 57.6K, 115.2K, and 230.4K baud rates. It allows a user-selected image size of up to 32 logical groups and it controls up to 30 chassis slots. The 1747-ASB also provides non-volatile memory and extended node capability to up to 32 adapters. For wiring, the Belden 9463 or similar category cable must be used, and it does not require any user programming. It uses a 6-Pin Phoenix Connector for connection between the Remote I/O link and the processor. The 1747-ASB module supports all SLC 501 I/O modules like basic modules, resistance modules, high-speed counter modules, etc. For troubleshooting and operation, it has three 7-segment displays with enhanced capability for displaying operating status and errors. The 1747-ASB is intended for use in an Industrial environment and provides a NEMA standard noise immunity.

The 1747- ASB is a Remote IO adapter that belongs to the SLC 500 automation platform. This IO adapter communicates with I/O scanner modules, interface cards and gateways to establish Remote IO connectivity.

For PLC applications, the primary purpose of this module is to implement distributed IO application over a Remote I/O network. Compared to an SLC expansion bus, the expansion has limited cable length and a very limited SLC chassis expansion. With a 1747-ASB, up to 32 SLC Chassis with 1747 RIO scanner may be used with applicable distances of 762 meters or 2500 feet for 230.4 KBaud, 1524 meters or 5000 feet for 115.2 KBaud and 3048 meters or 10,000 feet for 57.6 KBaud. Up to 30 is the control capability of this adapter, this 30 slot limit can be segmented to different chassis or rack with each rack installed with a RIO scanner and a power supply.

Aside from communicating with Remote IO scanners, this module may also be used to communicate with Allen-Bradley communication cards that are directly mounted to a personal computer. This enables remote programming and configuration capability and remote control via a Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA). Alternatively, Allen-Bradley Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) such as PanelView products are capable of being added with a Remote I/O adapter that allows the HMI to control the process similar to a SCADA system.

This Remote I/O adapter also supports communication with Allen-Bradley encompass partner products and 3rd party gateways and converters for implementing 3rd party communication with other automation products.

FAQ for 1747-ASB

Question: What are this module’s communication options?

Answer: The 1747-ASB uses a Remote I/O port.

 

Question: Can this module be purchased with a warranty?

Answer: Yes, the 1747-ASB comes with a free one-year warranty from DO Supply, Inc.

 

Question: What type of cable does this module require?

Answer: The 1747-ASB uses a Belden 9463.

 

Question: Where can I send the 1747-ASB to be repaired?

Answer: DO Supply, Inc. offers a variety of repair services for the 1747-ASB.

Troubleshooting for 1747-ASB

1747-ASB

The 1747-ASB remote I/O adapter is a SLC 500 single slot, RIO communications link module. The module can be used as an adapter or slave, on the RIO link as well as the master of s remote expansion chassis. We are able to communicate through the 1747-ASB using a baud rate of 57.2k, 115.6k and 230.4k.

1747-ASB Troubleshooting

  • Check publication for error codes and explanations on the meaning of these codes. 

  • Ensure dip switches are configured correctly, publication will also help with this process. 

  • Check to see that the RIO cable is properly terminated on both ends. 

  • Visually inspect RIO communications cable for damages if possible. 

  • If using a scanner module be sure to double check configuration as well as G-Data used in programming

  • Visually check the module for damage such as burnt out components broken board as well as terminating pins that insert into the backplane. 

  • Ensure the rack that the ASB module is being plugged into is in good working condition.

Parts being used for testing 1747-ASB:

  • 1746-P2 x2

  • 1746-A4

  • 1746-A7

  • 1747-SN

  • 1747-L553

  • 1746-OW8

1747-ASB Testing

  1. We configure the ASB modules dip switch settings (check publication for assistance).

  2. Slide the 1747-ASB module into the rack 1746-A4 rack in slot 1, along with the 1746-OW8 in slot 2.

  3. Configure the scanner module to communicate at 57.6 kb, configure G-data to ¼ rack as well. 

  4. Download the program to the processor once configuration has been completed. 

  5. Once online the COMM light will illuminate green and the status screen will say run.

  6. Under the output file word 2 of the scanner module toggle bit 0 and output 0 will turn on the 1746-OW8 will turn on. 

If the outputs turns on and the card tell us we are in run mode then the 1747-ASB module should be good, be sure to check publication for additional information. 

 

Repair Services for 1747-ASB

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks $146.18cartAdd to Cart

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your SLC 500 1747-ASB. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year Warranty. Please contact us for additional information.

Revisions for 1747-ASB

Please refer to the manual for more information about the 1747-ASB such as the wiring diagrams, data sheets, firmware information and migration or obsolescence details.

Revision Part # Also Known as Availability
1747-ASB/A, Series A, Rev A Request Quote
Common misspellings:
  • l747-ASB
  • 17A7-ASB
  • 1747-AS8
  • 1747ASB
  • 1746-ASB

Reviews for 1747-ASB

COMM Cable Availability

"This cable is easily found but requires a little research before being able to communicate. Correct resistors are needed for adequate communications." -DO Supply Tech

Compatible Processors

"Communicates with every rack-mounted SLC processor, including the SLC 5/02, 5/03, 5/04, and 5/05." -DO Supply Tech

Communication Rate

"These communications vary from 57.6-230 kilobits/second, not the fastest but still very reliable." -DO Supply Tech

Product Review

"The 1747-ASB is a communication adapter capable of implementing Remote IO (RIO) communication for implementing Distributed IO application over Remote I/O communication network. This module is comparable with 1747-AENTR which is an Ethernet communication adapter with redundant ports. The RIO communication adapter module is ideal for use in legacy systems that still support RIO communication while Ethernet is actively used for modern communication systems. " -DO Supply Tech

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Technical Specifications
ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
SeriesSLC 500
Part Number/Catalog No.1747-ASB
Module TypeI/O Adapter Module
Communication PortUniversal Remote I/O Adapter
Communication Rate57.6, 115 or 230 kilobits/second
Backplane Current (5 Volts DC)375 milliamps
CableBelden 9463
Slot Width1-Slot
No. of slots30 Slots
No. of Node16 Standard; 32 extended
Connectors6-Pin Phoenix Connector
UPC10662468028766
Weight0.37 pounds (168 grams)
Operating Temperature0-60 Celsius
Operating Temperature0-60 Celsius
Dimensions5.72 x 1.37 x 5.15 inches
ManufacturerRockwell Automation
BrandAllen-Bradley
SeriesSLC 500
Part Number/Catalog No.1747-ASB
Module TypeI/O Adapter Module
Communication PortUniversal Remote I/O Adapter
Communication Rate57.6, 115 or 230 kilobits/second
Backplane Current (5 Volts DC)375 milliamps
CableBelden 9463
Slot Width1-Slot
No. of slots30 Slots
No. of Node16 Standard; 32 extended
Connectors6-Pin Phoenix Connector
UPC10662468028766
Weight0.37 pounds (168 grams)
Operating Temperature0-60 Celsius
Operating Temperature0-60 Celsius
Dimensions5.72 x 1.37 x 5.15 inches
About
The Allen-Bradley 1747-ASB is a remote I/O adapter module that is part of the SLC 500 system. It establishes a communication link between SLC or PLC scanners and various 1746 I/O modules via Remote I/O. The Remote I/O link consists of one master device i.e., an SLC or PLC scanner and one or more slave devices that are adapters. The SLC or PLC image table gets I/O module image-mapping directly from its chassis. For image mapping, it supports both discrete and block transfer. The 1747-ASB has support for 1/2-slot, 1-slot, and 2-slot addressing with efficient image utilization. It is installed in the chassis with the SLC 500 processor and it scans I/O in the chassis.
The 1747-ASB module has 375 mA backplane current at 5V and 0 mA at 24V. It has a minimum and maximum thermal dissipation of 1.875 W. It can communicate I/O data over a distance of up to 3040 meters and it supports 57.6K, 115.2K, and 230.4K baud rates. It allows a user-selected image size of up to 32 logical groups and it controls up to 30 chassis slots. The 1747-ASB also provides non-volatile memory and extended node capability to up to 32 adapters. For wiring, the Belden 9463 or similar category cable must be used, and it does not require any user programming. It uses a 6-Pin Phoenix Connector for connection between the Remote I/O link and the processor. The 1747-ASB module supports all SLC 501 I/O modules like basic modules, resistance modules, high-speed counter modules, etc. For troubleshooting and operation, it has three 7-segment displays with enhanced capability for displaying operating status and errors. The 1747-ASB is intended for use in an Industrial environment and provides a NEMA standard noise immunity.

The 1747- ASB is a Remote IO adapter that belongs to the SLC 500 automation platform. This IO adapter communicates with I/O scanner modules, interface cards and gateways to establish Remote IO connectivity.

For PLC applications, the primary purpose of this module is to implement distributed IO application over a Remote I/O network. Compared to an SLC expansion bus, the expansion has limited cable length and a very limited SLC chassis expansion. With a 1747-ASB, up to 32 SLC Chassis with 1747 RIO scanner may be used with applicable distances of 762 meters or 2500 feet for 230.4 KBaud, 1524 meters or 5000 feet for 115.2 KBaud and 3048 meters or 10,000 feet for 57.6 KBaud. Up to 30 is the control capability of this adapter, this 30 slot limit can be segmented to different chassis or rack with each rack installed with a RIO scanner and a power supply.

Aside from communicating with Remote IO scanners, this module may also be used to communicate with Allen-Bradley communication cards that are directly mounted to a personal computer. This enables remote programming and configuration capability and remote control via a Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA). Alternatively, Allen-Bradley Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) such as PanelView products are capable of being added with a Remote I/O adapter that allows the HMI to control the process similar to a SCADA system.

This Remote I/O adapter also supports communication with Allen-Bradley encompass partner products and 3rd party gateways and converters for implementing 3rd party communication with other automation products.
FAQ

Question: What are this module’s communication options?

Answer: The 1747-ASB uses a Remote I/O port.

 

Question: Can this module be purchased with a warranty?

Answer: Yes, the 1747-ASB comes with a free one-year warranty from DO Supply, Inc.

 

Question: What type of cable does this module require?

Answer: The 1747-ASB uses a Belden 9463.

 

Question: Where can I send the 1747-ASB to be repaired?

Answer: DO Supply, Inc. offers a variety of repair services for the 1747-ASB.

Troubleshooting

1747-ASB

The 1747-ASB remote I/O adapter is a SLC 500 single slot, RIO communications link module. The module can be used as an adapter or slave, on the RIO link as well as the master of s remote expansion chassis. We are able to communicate through the 1747-ASB using a baud rate of 57.2k, 115.6k and 230.4k.

1747-ASB Troubleshooting

  • Check publication for error codes and explanations on the meaning of these codes. 

  • Ensure dip switches are configured correctly, publication will also help with this process. 

  • Check to see that the RIO cable is properly terminated on both ends. 

  • Visually inspect RIO communications cable for damages if possible. 

  • If using a scanner module be sure to double check configuration as well as G-Data used in programming

  • Visually check the module for damage such as burnt out components broken board as well as terminating pins that insert into the backplane. 

  • Ensure the rack that the ASB module is being plugged into is in good working condition.

Parts being used for testing 1747-ASB:

  • 1746-P2 x2

  • 1746-A4

  • 1746-A7

  • 1747-SN

  • 1747-L553

  • 1746-OW8

1747-ASB Testing

  1. We configure the ASB modules dip switch settings (check publication for assistance).

  2. Slide the 1747-ASB module into the rack 1746-A4 rack in slot 1, along with the 1746-OW8 in slot 2.

  3. Configure the scanner module to communicate at 57.6 kb, configure G-data to ¼ rack as well. 

  4. Download the program to the processor once configuration has been completed. 

  5. Once online the COMM light will illuminate green and the status screen will say run.

  6. Under the output file word 2 of the scanner module toggle bit 0 and output 0 will turn on the 1746-OW8 will turn on. 

If the outputs turns on and the card tell us we are in run mode then the 1747-ASB module should be good, be sure to check publication for additional information. 

 

Repairs
Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks $146.18cartAdd to Cart

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your SLC 500 1747-ASB. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year Warranty. Please contact us for additional information.

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks $146.18cartAdd to Cart

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your SLC 500 1747-ASB. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year Warranty. Please contact us for additional information.

Revisions

Please refer to the manual for more information about the 1747-ASB such as the wiring diagrams, data sheets, firmware information and migration or obsolescence details.

Revision Part # Also Known as Availability
1747-ASB/A, Series A, Rev A Request Quote

Common misspellings:
  • l747-ASB
  • 17A7-ASB
  • 1747-AS8
  • 1747ASB
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Reviews

Reviews for 1747-ASB

COMM Cable Availability

"This cable is easily found but requires a little research before being able to communicate. Correct resistors are needed for adequate communications. " -DO Supply Tech

Compatible Processors

"Communicates with every rack-mounted SLC processor, including the SLC 5/02, 5/03, 5/04, and 5/05. " -DO Supply Tech

Communication Rate

"These communications vary from 57.6-230 kilobits/second, not the fastest but still very reliable. " -DO Supply Tech

Product Review

"The 1747-ASB is a communication adapter capable of implementing Remote IO (RIO) communication for implementing Distributed IO application over Remote I/O communication network. This module is comparable with 1747-AENTR which is an Ethernet communication adapter with redundant ports. The RIO communication adapter module is ideal for use in legacy systems that still support RIO communication while Ethernet is actively used for modern communication systems. " -DO Supply Tech