Productivity series CPUs are available with a wide variety of I/O and communication options and are easily scalable to meet the needs of various applications. Productivity Motion components seamlessly integrate with Productivity series CPUs, adding high-speed and enhanced motion capabilities to new or existing systems.
The Productivity family of PLCs is our most versatile family. In terms of hardware, Productivity offers three distinct form factors, with two rack-based and one stackable. Each series offers different I/O capacities but all use the same programming software, allowing you to easily scale your control up or down depending on the application or machine build.
The ProductivitySuite software provides versatile programming with tag name addressing that has no predefined memory structure, and offers convenient device integration for easy plug-and-play operation with our PS-AMC motion controllers, GS drives, Protos X field I/O, and StrideLinx VPNs.
ProductivityMotion components work seamlessly with all Productivity series PLCs. The PS-AMC motion controller can be used with select Producitvity CPUs to add robust, coordinated motion control to any application. For simpler motion control needs, Productivity high-speed I/O modules paired with a Productivity CPU can provide the right amount of control for the lowest cost.
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The Productivity1000 series PLC is the super compact yet highly capable member of the Productivity controller family. It's packed with many of the features you love about the Productivity family but housed in a smaller, slimmer design.
The Productivity2000 CPU is a full-featured, high performance CPU with the robust communication, user-friendly programming, large memory, fast scan time, integrated data storage, and compact size desired in most industrial automation projects.
The Productivity3000 PLC is a communications powerhouse with numerous networking options built in. It's also the I/O leader of the group with over 59,000 I/O points possible through local and remote expansion.