SLC 5/01 This processor offers a basic set of 51 instructions with the choice of 1K or 4K of
memory in a modular hardware configuration. Modular I/O systems that include an
SLC 5/01 processor can be configured with a maximum of three chassis (30 total
slots) and from 4 I/O points to a maximum of 3940 I/O points.
SLC 5/02 This processor offers additional complex instructions, enhanced communications,
faster scan times than the SLC 5/01, and extensive diagnostics that allow it to function
in more complex applications. Modular I/O systems can be configured with a maximum
of 3 chassis (30 total slots) and from 4 I/O points to a maximum of 4096 I/O points.
SLC 5/03 This processor provides 8 K, 16 K, or 32 K of memory. A built-in RS-232 channel gives
you the flexibility to connect to external intelligent devices without the need for
additional modules. Modular I/O systems can be configured with a maximum of 3
chassis (30 total slots) and from 4 I/O points to a maximum of 4096 I/O points.
SLC 5/04 The standard DH-485 port has been replaced with a DH+ port, providing high-speed
SLC 5/04-to-SLC 5/04 communications and direct connection to PLC-5 controllers.
Modular I/O systems can be configured with a maximum of 3 chassis (30 total slots)
and from 4 I/O points to a maximum of 4096 I/O points. The available memory
options are 16 K, 32 K, or 64 K. In addition, there is an SLC 5/04P option, which is
designed specifically for the Plastics Industry and contains ERC2 algorithms for
Plastics Machinery Control.
SLC 5/05 The SLC 5/05 processor provides the same functionality as the SLC 5/04 processor
with standard Ethernet communications rather than DH+ communications. Ethernet
communication occurs at 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps, providing a high performance
network for program upload/download, online editing, and peer-to-peer messaging.
Modular I/O systems can be configured with a maximum of 3 chassis (30 total slots)
and from 4 I/O points to a maximum of 4096 I/O points.

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