AC500-eCo Starter Kits
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Status LED Display
CPU Operation and onboard I/O status
Run / Stop Switch
Control CPU operation
Ethernet CPU (In selected models)
With RJ45 Port
COM1
Online access, Modbus RTU master/slave, CS31-Bus
master, ACSII
Integrated onboard I/O
Convenient cost effective solution
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Click on
“Documentation”
Opens new
window
Choose “AC500 +
CoDeSys”
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Select “open”
Select “Index”
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Type “PM564-T-ETH”
and press ENTER
Menu Bar
Object
Organizer
Tool Bar
Workspace
Message
Window
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By default
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If Internet access is existing CBP shows
by default ABB homepage
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1
Choose the
type of CPU
2
Select where do you
want to store the
project
3
Select “OK” to start.
2
1
To create IO variable for the CPU, go
to expand OBIO and then double click
on the IO (Onboard IOs) selection
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The IO tab will be open on your right
st
window with 2 child tabs. The 1 tab is
nd
IO configuration, Click on the 2 tab for
IO Mapping
Click on I/O mapping tab
Click to expand.
Click to expand.
Double click on the cell and give the name
of the IOs as shown.
Double click on the cell and give the name
of the IOs as shown.
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2. Click on the BOX icon
1. Click this field
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Select “???”, and press
F2, the Input assistant
window below will appear
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Right click here and
select “Assign”
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4
1
Key in your desired IP address
and subnet mask then click “OK”
Select Local Area
Connection
2
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Select “Internet Protocol
Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”
3
Choose “Properties”
2
Activate “Force IP
settings”
3
1
Enter now the new IP
address, subnet mask
and standard gateway
here
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Choose
“Online”
Select “Communication
Parameters”
Select
“Gateway”
Choose
“Local”
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Select
“New”
Define a name for
the connection
Select driver
“TCP/IP” then click
“OK”
Enter the new parameters:
IP address: xx.xx.xx.xx
Port: 1201
Motorola byte order: Yes
Then press “ENTER” and “OK”
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2
1
Click on Windows
Start Button
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Click on
“Control Panel”
Select “Online”
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Choose “Communication
Parameters”
Select
“Gateway”
Choose “Local”
Define a name for
the connection
Select driver “Serial”
then click “OK”
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Click
“New”
Enter the new parameters:
Port: COM number in PC
Baudrate: 19200
Parity: No
Stop bits: 1
Motorola byte order: Yes
Flow Control: Off
Then press “ENTER” and “OK”
Select
“Online”
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Double click on the FALSE state, you will see a blue indication
of “TRUE” on the right. This information indicates that you want
to set the value to TRUE.
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Click
“Visualization”
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Click
icon
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To put the variable, put your cursor in the
blank and press F2
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Similarly, press F2 to bring up the Input
Assistant
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Click
icon
To bring up the Input Assistant, put your
cursor in the blank and press F2, then
choose the desired variables from the list.
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Type
here
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1
Click on
“Project”
2
Click on
“Options”
5
3
Click “OK”
Click on
“Desktop”
4
Select the
preferred
language
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Right click on AC500 and
select “Create Config”
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Click icon
Click icon
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Uncheck this box to
view the different
function blocks in
alphabetical order.
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Click icon
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Click icon
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Set Coil
Reset Coil
Parallel Contact
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3
2
1
Click on
“Diagshow all”
Click on “PLC
Browser”
Click on
“Resource Tab”
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Note:
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