Know Your Lifecycle Stage
Identify and Reduce Automation Obsolescence Risk with Migration Planning
Balancing your modernization schedule against capital investment and regulatory demands can be challenging. As products approach the end of their expected life, the availability of parts and resources becomes more difficult to obtain. We provide online tools, product notifications, and full-service assessments, such as the Installed Base Evaluation™ with product lifecycle coding. These resources help you to identify potential risks across your enterprise. This analysis provides recommendations and opportunities for better storeroom and migration planning.
Our products are classified under one of four lifecycle stages:
- Active: includes the most current Rockwell Automation products
- Active Mature: products that are fully supported, but a newer product or product family exists
- End of Life: the discontinued date has been announced and it is time to actively execute migrations and last-time buys
- Discontinued: products that are no longer manufactured, but repair or exchange services may be available
Identify what lifecycle stage your products are in with our Product Lifecycle Status Finder.