Product Notice 2017-09-001 – ArmorConnect Compliance to decaBDE Material Restrictions

This Product Notice informs you that Rockwell Automation has identified the EU RoHS-restricted substance Decabromodiphenyl ether (usually referred to as decaBDE – CAS number 1163-19-5) in some ArmorConnect receptacles. This substance is restricted in California unless the product is accompanied by a label indicating that the product contains decaBDE.  This substance is also banned for … Read more

Product Notice 2017-08-001 – Compact GuardLogix and Armor Compact GuardLogix Controller May Fault on Power Up

This Product Notice informs you of a potential anomaly that exists with the Compact GuardLogix® 5370 and Armor™ Compact GuardLogix 5370 controllers.  Affected controllers may not power up or may fault on power up.

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

The affected products are Compact GuardLogix and Armor Compact GuardLogix 5370 controllers manufactured from October 1, 2016 (date code … Read more

Product Notice 2017-10-002 Revision A – Ladder logic editor missing rungs

Logix Designer Ladder Logic Editor Missing All Rungs in a Routine when Online with Correlation after Online Edits are removed in ControlLogix 5580 and CompactLogix 5380

This Product Notice informs you of an anomaly that exists with the Studio 5000 Logix Designer® ladder logic editor.  If online changes are made to a ladder logic routine … Read more

PRELIMINARY Product Safety Advisory 2017-06-002 – RSLogix 5000 / Studio 5000 V24 through V30 Safety Configuration Signature when using Generic EtherNet/IP Safety Module Profile (201706002)

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

This PRELIMINARY Product Safety Advisory informs you of an anomaly that exists with RSLogix 5000 and Studio 5000 Logix Designer V24 through V30.  This anomaly only affects 1756 GuardLogix projects, developed using a version prior to V24 that have been upgraded to version V24 through V30 and use the Generic EtherNet/IP Safety Module … Read more

Product Notice 2016-11-001 – Bulletin 1715 Redundant I/O Modules Internal Fuse May Fail Under Elevated Ambient Temperatures

The purpose of this Product Notice is to inform you of a potential anomaly that exists with select 1715 Redundant I/O modules.Where 1715 modules are installed in enclosures without cooling and where the ambient temperatures exceed 40°C/104°F, the internal fuse may fail prematurely.

1715 Redundant IO Modules

Important: Modules installed in a redundant (fault tolerant) configuration will not impact

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