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How to Search for Allen-Bradley Product Lifecycle Status

How to Search for Allen-Bradley Product Lifecycle Status

Find out the Lifecycle Status of your Product

This easy to use search tool from Rockwell Automation allows you to check the lifecycle status of your Rockwell products. The Product Lifecycle Status Tool enables users to determine status for Allen Bradley PLCs, HMIs, Variable Frequency Drives, Motion Controllers, Distributed I/O and Network Interfaces. Here’s a quick guide on how to find the page and search for your product’s lifecycle.

    Go to ab.rockwellautomation.com and click on Support
  1. Visit http://ab.rockwellautomation.com/ and click on “Support”.

  2. On the Rockwell Automation Support page, click on Product Lifecycle Status
  3. You will land on the Rockwell Automation Support page where you will click on “Product Lifecycle Status” under Resources.

  4. Type in your Part Number.
  5. Type in your Part Number. If the tool does not return any results for the full Part Number shorten it.

    For example: if the Part 898D-48LT-DM4 does not give you any results, shorten it to 898D-48LT or 898D-48 to get more results.
If the Part Number does not give you any results, shorten it to get more results.
If the Part Number does not give you any results, shorten it to get more results.
If the Part Number does not give you any results, shorten it to get more results.

It’s as easy as that, here is the direct link to the Product Lifecycle Status, which you can save to your browser’s bookmarks if you find you need to reference it again.

Is your Allen Bradley product end of life or discontinued? Contact the Buckles-Smith Tech Team to request pricing and availability for replacement parts, or further discuss system migration options for your application.


Buckles-Smith Tech Team provides automation, control and power application support for machine builders, end users and contractors throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.


Product Lifecycle Chart

Product Lifecycle Chart

Rockwell Automation / Allen-Bradley Product Lifecycle Cheatsheet offers a view into the lifecycle stages, from long-standing legacy products through the very latest in products and technologies.

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Posted: Mar 17, 2017,
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Author: Peter Plough
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