A cold restart is required for recovering the system. CVE has been assigned to this vulnerability. A CVSS v3 base score of 5. A CVSS v3 base score of 8.

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The series, which includes the L1, L2 and L3 controllers, features enhanced performance and motion capabilities while leveraging the common design and networking environment of the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture system. This gives users access to the extensive capabilities of the Logix Control Platform in a small, integrated and cost-effective package. The CompactLogix series features the same processing speed upgrades seen in the ControlLogix series launched in The new controllers offer users more than twice the processing speeds to boost system performance and enhance access to real-time information for improved productivity.

With user memory in the CompactLogix series of PACs ranging from KB to 3MB, these controllers are ideal for a variety of applications, including sorting, labeling and packaging, blending, batching and filling. Batteryless energy storage on the new series of PACs eliminates maintenance, transportation and environmental issues associated with lithium batteries. Removing the batteries — along with other design enhancements and technology developments — has reduced the size of these CompactLogix controllers.

Key features of the three new controllers include: The CompactLogix L1 is the smallest, packaged-style controller in the Logix Control Platform. The CompactLogix L2 controller is 40 percent smaller than the previous generation, and supports up to four axes of integrated motion. From small standalone equipment to higher performance applications, these controllers are ideal for assembly machines, hoisting systems, process skids, indexing tables and packaging.

The No Stored Energy version of the CompactLogix L3 offers additional features for hazardous environments found in industries such as mining, and oil and gas.

The CompactLogix controllers are fully compatible with application code generated for earlier generation CompactLogix products, requiring only a simple catalog number change in the programming software to convert.

The free IAB tool provides easy-to-follow migrating guidance and software conversion assistance. Users can pick the controller and system components that fit each application — in terms of both capability and price point — yet standardize on a single control platform. This scalability and consistency helps easily implement systems that speed time to market and lower Total Cost to Design, Develop and Deliver machines.

These challenges require an automation architecture that supports modularity, reduces development and start-up times, and increases productivity with integrated engineering tools," said David Humphrey, research director, ARC Advisory Group.

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