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CompactLogix
System
• CompactLogix Controllers
• POINT I/O Modules
• PowerFlex 70 Drives
• PowerFlex 40 Drives
• PanelView Plus Terminals
Quick Start
Important User Information
Solid state equipment has operational characteristics differing from those of
electromechanical equipment. Safety Guidelines for the Application,
Installation and Maintenance of Solid State Controls (publication SGI-1.1
available from your local Rockwell Automation sales office or online at
http://literature.rockwellautomation.com) describes some important
differences between solid state equipment and hard-wired electromechanical
devices. Because of this difference, and also because of the wide variety of
uses for solid state equipment, all persons responsible for applying this
equipment must satisfy themselves that each intended application of this
equipment is acceptable.
In no event will Rockwell Automation, Inc. be responsible or liable for
indirect or consequential damages resulting from the use or application of
this equipment.
The examples and diagrams in this manual are included solely for illustrative
purposes. Because of the many variables and requirements associated with
any particular installation, Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume
responsibility or liability for actual use based on the examples and diagrams.
No patent liability is assumed by Rockwell Automation, Inc. with respect to
use of information, circuits, equipment, or software described in this manual.
Reproduction of the contents of this manual, in whole or in part, without
written permission of Rockwell Automation, Inc., is prohibited.
Throughout this manual, when necessary, we use notes to make you aware
of safety considerations.
WARNING
IMPORTANT
ATTENTION
Identifies information about practices or circumstances that can cause
an explosion in a hazardous environment, which may lead to personal
injury or death, property damage, or economic loss.
Identifies information that is critical for successful application and
understanding of the product.
Identifies information about practices or circumstances that can lead
to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss.
Attentions help you identify a hazard, avoid a hazard, and recognize
the consequence
SHOCK HAZARD
Labels may be located on or inside the equipment, for example, a drive
or motor, to alert people that dangerous voltage may be present.
BURN HAZARD
Labels may be located on or inside the equipment, for example, a drive
or motor, to alert people that surfaces may reach dangerous
temperatures.
Allen-Bradley, Rockwell Automation, TechConnect, CompactLogix, POINT I/O, FLEX I/O, PowerFlex 70, PowerFlex 40, RSLogix
5000, KwikLink, RSNetWorx, RSNetWorx for ControlNet, RSNetWorx for DeviceNet, ControlFlash, RSLinx, RSView, RSView Studio,
Compact I/O, NetLinx, FactoryTalk Activation, RSView Machine Edition, RSViewME, RSLinx Classic, and PanelView Plus are
trademarks of Rockwell Automation, Inc.
Trademarks not belonging to Rockwell Automation are property of their respective companies.
Where to Start
Follow the path that matches your hardware and network configuration.
Chapter 1
Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware
Required
page 17
Chapter 2
Prepare the Computer
Required
page 27
Optional
Depending on your system.
Chapter 3
Prepare the Distributed
POINT I/O Hardware
Chapter 4
Prepare the PowerFlex 70
Drive
page 45
page 53
Optional
Depending on
your networks.
Chapter 5
Prepare the PowerFlex 40
Drive
page 59
Chapter 7
Configure the EtherNet/IP
Network
Chapter 8
Configure the ControlNet
Driver
page 75
page 81
Required
page 107
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Chapter 9
Configure the DeviceNet
Network
page 85
Chapter 10
Create a Project Using RSLogix 5000
Software
page 93
Optional
Depending on your system.
Chapter 11
Add Distributed I/O
Modules to the Project
Chapter 6
Prepare the PanelView Plus
Terminal
Chapter 12
Create a PowerFlex 70
Application
page 137
Chapter 13
Create a PowerFlex 40
Application
page 161
Chapter 14
Create a PanelView Plus
Application
page 183
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Where to Start
How Hardware is Connected
This quick start demonstrates the following possible control systems. Choose your
hardware and networks, then follow the matching examples.
Option 1: 1769-L32E, 1769-L35E Control System
Computer with
Standard Ethernet Port
1769-L32E or 1769-L35E
with Optional 1769-SDN for the
DeviceNet Network
Serial (CP3 Cable)
Ethernet
Switch
PowerFlex 70 Drive
with 20-COMM-E
PanelView Plus terminal
with built-in EtherNet/IP
Distributed
POINT I/O
Modules with
1734-AENT
PowerFlex 40 Drive
with 22-COMM-E
PanelView Plus Terminal
with Built-in EtherNet/IP
Port
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Where to Start
Option 2: 1769-L32C, 1769-L35CR Control System
1769-L32C or 1769-L35CR
with Optional 1769-SDN for the DeviceNet
Network
Computer with
1784-PCIC, -PCICS
ControlNet
Communication Card
To Optional
DeviceNet
Network
Serial (CP3 Cable)
ControlNet Network
with Taps
Distributed 1734
POINT I/O Modules
with 1734-ACNR
A
B
PowerFlex 70 Drive
with 20-COMM-C
PowerFlex 40 Drive
with 22-COMM-C
PanelView Plus Terminal with
ControlNet Communication Adapter
Option 3: 1769-L31 Control System
PanelView Plus Terminal with
2706-NC13 Serial Cable to
CH1 on 1769-L31
1769-L31 with 1769-SDN
Distributed 1734
POINT I/O
Modules with
1734-ADN
PowerFlex 70
Drive with
20-COMM-D
PowerFlex 40
Drive with
22-COMM-D
1756-CP3 Serial Cable to
CH0 on 1769-L31
DeviceNet
Power Supply
1606-XLDNET8
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POWER SUPPLY
DeviceNet Network with
KwikLink
Flat Cable and Micro Connectors
AC 120V
AC 240V
Output
Input
AC 100-120/200-240V
N L
Isolate power before disconnecting
DC ok
200W Limited Power
DC 24V / 8A
+ –
DC ok
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Notes:
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Table of Contents
Preface
About This Publication
Required Software. . . .
Parts List. . . . . . . . . . .
Conventions . . . . . . . .
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What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect the Battery to the Controller .
Record the Ethernet Address (MAC) . .
Set the ControlNet Node Address. . . .
Assemble the System. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Make Network Connections. . . . . . . .
Wire Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Make Network Connections. . . . . . . . . . . .
Install and Launch RSLinx Software . . . . . .
Configure a Serial Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set the IP Address for the Computer . . . . .
Configure the EtherNet/IP Driver in RSLinx
Install RSLogix 5000 Software . . . . . . . . . .
Load Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install Additional Software . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 1
Prepare the CompactLogix
Hardware
Chapter 2
Prepare the Computer
Chapter 3
Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Hardware
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mount and Connect the Network Adapter . . . . . . . . . . .
Mount the POINT I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mount and Wire the POINT I/O Power Supply. . . . . . . .
Wire the Adapter and I/O Modules to the Power Supply
Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 4
Prepare the PowerFlex 70 Drive
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mount the PowerFlex 70 Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wire Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure the Communication Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect the Communication Adapter to the PowerFlex 70
Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 5
Prepare the PowerFlex 40 Drive
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mount the PowerFlex 40 Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wire Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure the Communication Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect the Communication Adapter to the PowerFlex 40
Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 6
Prepare the PanelView Plus
Terminal
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install the ControlNet Interface Module . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mount the PanelView Plus Terminal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wire the PanelView Plus Terminal to the Power Supply .
Make Network Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assign an IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 7
Configure the EtherNet/IP
Network
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What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assign IP Addresses to Devices . . . . . . . . .
Browse the EtherNet/IP Network in RSLinx
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Chapter 8
Configure the ControlNet Driver
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure the ControlNet Driver in RSLinx .
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Configure the DeviceNet Network Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Apply Power to the DeviceNet Network. .
Set the 1769-SDN Module’s Node Address
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What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Create a Project. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure the Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add Local I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add Ladder Logic to Test the Local 1769 Compact I/O .
Set the Communication Path and Download. . . . . . . . .
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Create a Project Using RSLogix
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Chapter 11
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What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
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Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add Distributed I/O Modules. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Edit the DeviceNet Adapter Parameters . . . . .
Configure the DeviceNet Subnet . . . . . . . . . .
Create a DeviceNet Scanlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add Ladder Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Create DeviceNet Tags and Add Ladder Logic
Download the Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set the POINT I/O Chassis Size . . . . . . . . . . .
Schedule the ControlNet Network . . . . . . . . .
Test the Distributed I/O Light . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 12
Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add the Drive to Your RSLogix 5000 Project and Connect.
Edit the Drive Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Create a DeviceNet Scanlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Create DeviceNet Tags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Download the Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Schedule the ControlNet Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 13
Create a PowerFlex 40 Application Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add the Drive to Your RSLogix 5000 Project.
Create a DeviceNet Scanlist . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Create DeviceNet Tags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Download the Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Schedule the ControlNet Network . . . . . . . .
Edit PowerFlex 40 Parameter Values . . . . . .
Test the PowerFlex 40 Tags . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Create a PanelView Plus
Application
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Create a New Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Create an RSLinx Enterprise Configuration in
Create Device Shortcuts to the Controller . . .
Create the OB16_Light Indicator . . . . . . . . .
Create a Push Button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Test the Indicator and Push Button . . . . . . .
Add a Goto Configuration Mode Button. . . .
Assign Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assign an Initial Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transfer to the PanelView Plus . . . . . . . . . .
Test the Application on the PanelView Plus .
Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Worksheet
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Preface
About This Publication
This quick start provides examples and procedures for the use of a
CompactLogix system. The procedures cover many of the most
common user tasks, such as:
• connecting the controller to multiple devices (local and
distributed I/O, drives, and a PanelView Plus terminal).
• connecting and configuring networks (EtherNet/IP, ControlNet,
DeviceNet, and serial) for use with CompactLogix systems.
• creating and monitoring controller programs.
The examples are designed to get devices installed and
communicating with each other in the simplest way possible. The
programming examples are not complex, and offer easy solutions to
verify that devices are functioning and communicating properly.
The beginning of each chapter contains the following information.
Read these sections carefully before beginning work in each chapter.
• Before You Begin - This section lists the steps that must be
completed and decisions that must be made before starting the
chapter. Because the chapters in this quick start do not have to
be completed in the order in which they appear, this section
defines the minimum amount of preparation required before
completing the current chapter.
• What You Need - This section lists the tools that are required to
complete the steps in the current chapter. This includes, but is
not limited to, hardware and software.
• Follow These Steps - This illustrates the steps in the current
chapter and identifies which steps are required to complete the
examples by using specific networks.
The electronic version of this publication contains links to pages
within the publication for easier navigation. Click on any chapter title,
chapter number, topic title, or page number to follow a link to the
item.
Additionally, resources available on the Web and listed in the
Additional Resources tables function as hyperlinks within this
electronic publication.
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Required Software
To complete examples in this quick start, you need one of the
following software packages.
If using network
Use RSLogix 5000 edition
EtherNet/IP
(Options 1, 2, and 3)
•Full
•Standard
•Professional
ControlNet
(Option 2)
•Standard
DeviceNet
(Option 3)
•Standard
•Professional
•Professional
If you do not use the RSLogix 5000 packages recommended are not
used, you may need to purchase additional software to complete the
examples in this quick start.
You will need to install the following software, included with the
RSLogix 5000 packages listed:
•
•
•
•
•
•
BootP-DHCP server
ControlFlash
DeviceNet Tag Generator
RSLinx
RSLogix 5000, version 16
RSNetWorx (version specific to your network option)
If you plan to complete the PanelView Plus examples within this
quick start, you will also need RSView Machine Edition software.
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Parts List
!
Quantity
This table lists the hardware used in this quick start. The hardware
you need depends on the options and examples you choose to
complete. Specific hardware requirements are listed at the beginning
of each chapter.
Catalog Number
Description
General Configuration
1
1769-IF4
Compact 4 Channel Analog Current/Voltage Input Module
1
1769-IQ16
Compact 16 Point 24V dc Sinking/Sourcing Input Module
1
1769-IF4XOF2
Compact 8 Bit Resolution, High Speed 4 In/2 Out Analog Combination Module
1
1769-OF2
Compact 2 Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output Module
1
1769-OB16(1)
Compact 16 Point 24V dc Sourcing Output Module
1
1769-PA2
Compact Expansion Power Supply 120/240V ac Input 2 A @ 5V dc Output Module
1
1769-ECR
Compact I/O Right End Cap/Terminator
1
1734-IB4(2)
POINT I/O 4 Sink Input Module
1
1734-OB4E(2)(3)
POINT I/O 4 Protected Output Module
1
1734-OE2C(2)
POINT I/O 2 Current Output Analog Module
3
1734-TB
Wiring Base w/ Removable IEC Screw Terminals
1
1794-PS13
FLEX I/O 85 - 264V ac to 24V dc 1.3 A Power Supply
1
22B-V2P3N104
PowerFlex 40 Drive
1
22B-CCB
PowerFlex 40 Communication Adapter Cover
1
20AB4P2A3AYNNNNN
PowerFlex 70 Drive
1
2711P-K10C4D1
PanelView Plus 10 inch Color Keypad Terminal with EtherNet/IP and RS-232 networks
1
1794-PS3 or
2711P-RSACDIN
FLEX I/O dc Power Supply or general use ac Power Supply
2
1756-CP3
RS-232 Cable
1
2706-NC13
PanelView Plus Serial Cable
2...3
N/A
DIN Rail (steel not aluminum)
EtherNet/IP Configuration
1
1769-L32E
CompactLogix EtherNet/IP Controller
1
1734-AENT
POINT I/O EtherNet/IP Adapter
1
22-COMM-E
EtherNet/IP Adapter for Use With the PowerFlex 40
1
20-COMM-E
EtherNet/IP Adapter for Use With the PowerFlex 70
1
N/A
8-Port Ethernet Switch
6
N/A
Ethernet Cables (straight through)
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Quantity
Catalog Number
Description
ControlNet Configuration
1
1769-L32CR
CompactLogix ControlNet Controller with Redundant Tap
1
1784-PCIC or 1784-PCICS
ControlNet Communication Card for a Personal Computer
1
1734-ACNR
POINT I/O ControlNet Adapter
1
22-COMM-C
ControlNet Adapter for Use With the PowerFlex 40
1
20-COMM-C
ControlNet Adapter for Use With the PowerFlex 70
1
2711P-RN15S
PanelView Plus 1000 ControlNet Interface Module
6
1786-TPR
ControlNet Tap
2
1786-XT
ControlNet Terminating Resistor
5
1786-BNCP
ControlNet BNC Coaxial Connector
Serial Configuration
1
1769-L31
1769-L31 CompactLogix Controller
1
1756-CP3
RS-232 cable
1
2706-NC13
Point-to-Point RS-232 Cable
DeviceNet Configuration
1
1769-SDN
Compact I/O DeviceNet Scanner
1
1734-ADN
POINT I/O DeviceNet Adapter
1
22-COMM-D
DeviceNet Adapter for use with the PowerFlex 40
1
20-COMM-D
DeviceNet Adapter for use with the PowerFlex 70
1
1606-XLDNET8
DeviceNet Power Supply
N/A
1485C-P1E75
KwikLink Flat Cable
2
1485A-T1E4
KwikLink Terminator/Resistor
4
1485P-P1E4-R5
KwikLink Sealed Micro Connector
4
1485K-P1F5-C
KwikLink Right-angle Male to Cable
1
1485T-P1E4-B1
KwikLink Power Tap Module
(1)
The 1769-OB16 module is the only Compact I/O module used in this quick start. The other modules are added as examples only and are not required.
(2)
Use Point I/O modules at series C or later to complete examples in this quick start.
(3)
The 1734-OB4E module is the only POINT I/O module used in this quick start. The other modules are added as examples only and are not required.
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Conventions
This manual uses the following conventions.
Convention
Meaning
Example
bold
Bold text denotes menus, menu items, buttons or options.
Click OK.
Check/uncheck
Click to activate/deactivate a checkbox.
Check the Do not show this dialog again
checkbox.
Click
Click left mouse button once. (Assumes cursor is positioned on
object or selection.)
Click Browse.
Courier
font
Type or enter text exactly as shown.
Type cmd.
Double-click
Click left mouse button twice in quick succession. (Assumes
cursor is positioned on object or selection.)
Double-click the H1 icon.
Expand
Click the + to the left of a given item /folder to show its
contents.
In the H1-1 window, expand the FFLD.
Right-click
Click right mouse button once. (Assumes cursor is positioned on
object or selection.)
Right-click the Fieldbus Networks icon.
Select
Click to highlight a menu item or list choice.
Select Properties from the drop-down list.
>
Shows nested menu selections as menu name followed by menu Click File > Page Setup > Options.
selection.
Additional Resources
Resource
Description
1769 CompactLogix Controllers Selection
Guide, publication 1769-SG001
Provides information and specifications for consideration when selecting CompactLogix
controllers and software.
1769 Compact I/O Selection Guide, publication
1769-SG002
Provides information and specifications for consideration when selecting I/O modules
for use with the CompactLogix system. Includes Compact I/O, POINT I/O, and FLEX I/O
modules.
NetLinx Selection Guide, publication
NETS-SG001
Provides information and specifications for consideration when selecting a network to
use and which hardware and cables you need.
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Chapter
1
Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware
In this chapter, you install your CompactLogix hardware, including the controller,
power supply, any local 1769 Compact I/O modules, and an optional 1769-SDN
module (used only if you have distributed I/O on the DeviceNet network).
Before You Begin
Determine which these networks and appropriate hardware to use:
• For the EtherNet/IP network (option 1), use the 1769-L32E or 1769-L35E
controller.
• For the ControlNet network (option 2), use the 1769-L32C or 1769-L35CR
controller.
• For a serial connection (option 3), use the 1769-L31 controller.
• For the DeviceNet network (options 2 and 3), use the 1769-SDN module with
the 1769-L31 controller.
What You Need
• CompactLogix controller: 1769-L32E, 1769-L35E, 1769-L32C, 1769-L35CR, or
1769-L31
• CompactLogix controller battery: 1769-BA (included with your controller)
• Compact power supply: 1769-PA2
• Compact I/O end cap: 1769-ECR
• Compact I/O module: this example uses a 1769-OB16 module. Other Compact
I/O modules can also be used, but are not required
• Compact I/O DeviceNet scanner module: 1769-SDN (only if you are using a
DeviceNet network)
• Network cable: Ethernet (commercially available), ControlNet (1786-TPR), or
serial (1756-CP3)
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Follow These Steps
Complete the steps shown for your controller.
1769-L32C,
1769-L35CR
1769-L32E,
1769-L35E
Connect the
Battery to the
Controller
page 19
Record the
Ethernet Address
(MAC)
page 19
Assemble the
System
page 21
Make Network
Connections
page 22
Wire Power
page 25
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1769-L31
Connect the
Battery to the
Controller
page 19
Set the ControlNet
Node Address
page 20
Assemble the
System
page 21
Make Network
Connections
page 22
Connect the
Battery to the
Controller
page 19
Assemble the
System
page 21
Make Network
Connections
page 22
Wire Power
page 25
Wire Power
page 25
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Chapter 1
Connect the Battery to the Controller
1769-BA Battery
1. Insert the battery and
battery connector.
Battery Connector
2. Record the battery
installation date in the box
provided on the label.
Battery
Ethernet Address
Box for Battery
Installation Date
Record the Ethernet Address (MAC)
1769-L32E or 1769-L35E controllers
The Ethernet address (MAC) is found on a label near the battery. This is an example
address.
00:00:BC:21:D7:BE
Ethernet Address
Record the Ethernet address (MAC) for the CompactLogix controller on the
Network Worksheet at the back of this quick start. This address is used to set the IP
address later.
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Set the ControlNet Node Address
1769-L32C or 1769-L35CR controllers
ControlNet Node Address Switches
Controllers are shipped with
the node address set at 99.
Ones
Tens
3 4
2
1
8 9
3 4
2
5
1
6
0
7
Tens
7
0
6
Ones
5
1. Use a small, flathead screwdriver to set
the node address to node 01.
8 9
01 Shown
2. Record the node address on the front
panel overlay.
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Chapter 1
Assemble the System
Controller, power supply, local I/O modules, 1769-SDN module, end cap terminator
Unlocked
1. On the top of each module, verify that all
of the locking tabs are unlocked.
Locked
2. Use the tongue-and-groove slots to slide
the power supply, then the I/O modules.
onto the controller.
3. If you have an 1769-SDN module, record
the series letter (see label on the side of the
module) on the Network Worksheet inside
the back cover of this quick start.
Controller
4. If you have an 1769-SDN module, slide it
onto the other modules.
Tongue-and-groove Slots
There can be a maximum of three modules
between the 1769-SDN module and the
power supply.
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5. Lock all of the locking tabs on the
top of the modules.
Locking
Tab
6. Verify that the tabs are all the way
to the left.
7. Slide the end cap terminator on and
lock the locking tab.
8. Press the assembled system onto a
DIN rail.
End-cap Terminator
Make Network Connections
1769-L32E or 1769-L35E controllers
1. Insert an Ethernet cable with an RJ-45
connector.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to
an Ethernet switch.
Ethernet Port
8 ------ NC
7 ------ NC
6 ------ RD5 ------ NC
4 ------ NC
3 ------ RD+
2 ------ TD1 ------ TD+
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1769-L32C or 1769-L35CR controllers
Connect a ControlNet tap to
port A of the controller.
Port
A
Port B
(Do not use.)
Required for all CompactLogix controllers
1. Connect the 1756-CP3 cable to the
channel 0 serial port on the controller.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to
a COM port on the computer.
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1769-SDN module
1. Connect a DeviceNet cable to the
removable connector.
Connect
To
Red
V+
White
CAN High
Bare
Shield
Blue
CAN Low
Black
V-
2. Connect the removable connector to
the module.
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Chapter 1
Wire Power
1769-PA2 power supply
WARNING
Verify that all incoming power is turned off before wiring power.
1. Insert the 120/240V ac, V ac COM, and Chassis Ground wires and tighten the
terminal screws.
2. Turn on incoming power.
Terminal Wiring Diagram
PWR OUT +24V dc
PWR OUT COM
120/240V ac
V ac COM
CHASSIS GROUND
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Additional Resources
Resource
Description
1769-L32E and 1769-L35E CompactLogix
Controller Installation Instructions, publication
1769-IN020
Provides details about assembling and mounting the controller and upgrading firmware
as well as controller technical specifications.
1769-L32C and 1769-L35CR CompactLogix
Controller Installation Instructions. publication
1769-IN070
Provides details about assembling and mounting the controller and upgrading firmware
as well as controller technical specifications.
1769-L31 CompactLogix Controller Installation
Instructions, publication 1769-IN069
Provides details about assembling and mounting the controller and upgrading firmware
as well as controller technical specifications.
1769-SDN Compact I/O DeviceNet Scanner
Module Installation Instructions, publication
1769-IN060
Provides information about installing the 1769-SDN module and technical
specifications.
Compact 1769 Expansion I/O Power Supplies
Installation Instructions, publication
1769-IN028
Provides details on power considerations, master control relay, safety circuits,
grounding, power dissipation, input power requirements, and technical specifications.
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Chapter
2
Prepare the Computer
In this chapter, you configure network communication on your computer and
install the necessary programming and configuration software.
Before You Begin
• Verify that your computer meets the software’s system requirements for your
edition of RSLogix 5000 software.
• If using a ControlNet network (option 2), install a 1784-PCIC or 1784-PCICS
ControlNet communication card on the computer.
What You Need
• RSLinx software (Lite or Professional)
• RSLogix 5000 software (see the Preface for version and edition information)
• RSNetWorx for ControlNet software for the ControlNet network
• RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software for the DeviceNet network
• ControlFlash software (packaged with RSLogix5000 software)
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Prepare the Computer
Follow These Steps
Complete these steps.
Make Network
Connections
page 29
Install and Launch
RSLinx Software
page 30
Configure a Serial
Driver
page 31
Set the IP Address
for the Computer
page 33
Configure the
EtherNet/IP Driver
in RSLinx
page 35
Install RSLogix
5000 Software
page 37
Load Firmware
page 40
Optional
(Depending on your system.)
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Install Additional
Software
page 44
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Make Network Connections
Ethernet connection - Required for all options
Connect the Ethernet port of the computer
to the Ethernet switch.
Computer with
standard Ethernet port.
Ethernet Switch
ControlNet connection - 1769-L32C and 1769-L35CR controllers only
Connect a ControlNet tap to port A of the
ControlNet communication card in the
computer.
Computer with 1784-PCIC or
1784-PCICS communication
card.
ControlNet Tap on
ControlNet Network
Serial connection - Required for all controllers
You connected a 1756-CP3 cable to a COM port on the computer and to the
CH0 port on the controller in Chapter 1.
1756-CP3 serial cable to CH0 on 1769-L31.
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Install and Launch RSLinx Software
Required for all controllers
1. Install RSLinx and select
default options.
2. Launch RSLinx software.
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Chapter 2
Configure a Serial Driver
Required for all controllers
1. Launch RSLinx software.
2. Under Communications, select
Configure Drivers.
3. Select RS-232 DF1 devices.
4. Click Add New.
5. Click OK to keep
the default name.
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6. Select the Comm Port to which
you connected the 1756-CP3
cable.
7. For Device, select
Logix5550/CompactLogix.
8. Click Auto Configure.
9. Click OK.
The Serial driver is added to
the Configured Drivers list.
10. Verify that the Status of the
driver is Running, and click
Close.
11. Click the RSWho icon to view
the driver.
All of the configured, active
drivers display.
Expand the serial driver to see
connected devices.
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Chapter 2
Set the IP Address for the Computer
Required for all controllers, regardless of network choice
1. On your desktop, right-click
My Network Places and select
Properties.
2. Double-click the Local Area
Connection.
3. Click Properties.
4. On the General tab, select
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
and click Properties.
5. Select Use the following IP
address and enter an IP address
and Subnet mask for your
computer using the example
shown or enter your own address.
For more information about
selecting an IP Address, see
page 75.
6. Record the IP address and subnet mask in the Network Worksheet on the
backcover.
7. Click OK, then click OK again.
8. Close all network windows.
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9. In the Run prompt, enter
cmd and click OK.
10. Type ipconfig and
press Enter.
11. Verify that the IP Address and Subnet Mask match what you entered in the
Network Worksheet.
If these numbers do not match what you entered, contact your network
administrator.
12. Close the cmd.exe window.
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Chapter 2
Configure the EtherNet/IP Driver in RSLinx
Required for 1769-L32E ,1767-L35E, and PanelView Plus
1. If RSLinx software is not open, launch RSLinx software.
2. From the
Communications menu,
choose Configure
Drivers.
3. From the Available
Driver Types, select
Ethernet/IP Driver.
4. Click Add New.
5. Click OK to keep the
default name.
6. Click OK to Browse Local
Subnet.
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The EtherNet/IP driver is
added to the Configured
Drivers list.
7. Verify that the driver’s
Status is Running, and
click Close.
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Install RSLogix 5000 Software
Required for all controllers
Throughout the installation, click Next to use default RSLogix 5000 installation
settings except when indicated in the steps below.
1. Begin the RSLogix
5000 software
installation.
2. Accept the default
software products
for installation and
click Next.
3. Select your
activation type and
click Next.
This quick start uses
FactoryTalk Activation
software to activate
RSLogix 5000. For more
information, see the
FactoryTalk Activation
FAQ, publication
FT00-FA001.
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4. Select the
features shown
and click Next.
These features
are required for
this quick start.
You may choose
to install
additional
features at a later
time.
5. Check
Optional
Tools and
Files as
shown and
click Next.
These tools
are required
for this
quick start.
You may
choose to
install
additional
tools and
files at a
later time.
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6. Check RSLogix 5000
Tools and Files and
click Next.
7. Click Complete
to install all of
the firmware
shown and click
Next.
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8. Click Install to
complete the
installation.
The installation
dialog displays
progress while
the software
installs.
9. Select your
activation type.
This quick start
uses the
FactoryTalk
Activation
software as
indicated in step
3.
10. Click Finish.
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The FactoryTalk Installation
Wizard starts.
11. Click Next.
12. Enter the Serial number
and Product key from
the certification letter
packaged with your
software.
13. Click Next.
14. Click Next to select the
host ID you want to
register.
The activation completes if
the computer is connected
to the Internet.
If Internet access is not
available, call Rockwell
Automation Technical
Support to complete your
activation.
15. Click Finish to close the
Activation Wizard.
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Load Firmware
Required for all controllers
TIP
This example shows how to load firmware using a serial connection. It is faster to load firmware
via an EtherNet/IP or ControlNet connection. For more information, see the installation
instructions for the controller as listed at the end of the chapter.
1. Launch ControlFlash software.
2. Click Next.
3. Select the controller catalog
number and click Next.
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4. Expand the AB_DF1-DFI driver,
and select your controller.
5. Click OK.
6. Move the
keyswitch on the
controller to
PROG.
7. If the Current Revision matches the
revision of firmware you want,
click Cancel and skip to Chapter 3.
Otherwise, select the desired
firmware revision and click Next.
8. Click Finish to start the firmware
update.
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Install Additional Software
• If you are completing the PanelView Plus chapters in this quick start, install
RSView Machine Edition software. This software must be installed before you
install any additional software.
• If you are using a ControlNet network, install RSNetWorx for ControlNet
software.
• If you are using a DeviceNet network, install RSNetWorx for DeviceNet
software.
Additional Resources
Resource
Description
1769-L32E and 1769-L35E CompactLogix
Controller Installation Instructions, publication
1769-IN020
Provides details about assembling and mounting the controller and upgrading firmware
as well as controller technical specifications.
1769-L32C and 1769-L35CR CompactLogix
Controller Installation Instructions. publication
1769-IN070
Provides details about how to assemble and mount the controller, how to upgrade
firmware, and controller technical specifications.
1769-L31 CompactLogix Controller Installation
Instructions, publication 1769-IN069
Provides details about assembling and mounting the controller and upgrading firmware
as well as controller technical specifications.
FactoryTalk Activation FAQ, publication
FT00-FA001
Provides answers to FactoryTalk Activation questions, including how the FactoryTalk
Activation differs from master disk activation.
ControlFlash Firmware Upgrade Kit, publication
1756-QS105
Provides details regarding the installation of ControlFlash software and execution of
firmware upgrades.
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3
Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Hardware
In this chapter, you install the 1734 POINT I/O network adapter and the 1734
POINT I/O modules.
Before You Begin
• Determine which of these network adapters to use:
– for an EtherNet/IP network (option 1), use the 1734-AENT adapter.
– for a ControlNet network (option 2), use the 1734-ACNR adapter.
– for a DeviceNet network (option 3), use the 1734-ADN adapter.
• Select the appropriate mounting base for I/O modules:
– if you use a 1734-IT2I module, then use the 1734-TBCJC.
– for all other I/O modules use the 1734-TB or 1734-TBS.
What You Need
• POINT I/O adapter: 1734-AENT, 1734-ACNR, and/or 1734-ADN
• POINT I/O mounting bases: 1734-TB or 1734-TBS, and 1734-TBCJC
• A digital-output POINT I/O module: The examples use a 1734-OB4E, however,
other POINT I/O modules can also be used, but are not required
• Power supply: 1794-PS3 or 1794-PS13
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Follow These Steps
If you have a POINT I/O system, complete these steps.
Mount and Connect
the Network
Adapter
page 47
Mount the POINT
I/O Modules
page 49
Mount and Wire the
POINT I/O Power
Supply
page 50
Wire the Adapter
and I/O Modules to
the Power Supply
page 51
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Mount and Connect the Network Adapter
EtherNet/IP 1734-AENT adapter
1. Locate the Ethernet address (MAC),
found next to the label. Record the
Ethernet address (MAC) for the POINT
I/O adapter on the Network Worksheet.
Example Address
(Found on the right side of the module.)
00:00:BC:21:8A:B6
Ethernet Address
This address is used to set the IP address
later in the quick start.
9
9
9
2. Set the address to a value greater than or
equal to 256.
This example uses 999.
3. Remove the safety end cap.
4. Press the adapter onto the DIN rail.
Ethernet Port
5. Insert an Ethernet cable.
Go to Mount the POINT I/O Modules.
ControlNet 1734-ACNR adapter
A
et
B
et
17
34
-A
CN
R
C
St on
at tro
u lN
s
C
St on
at tro
u lN
s
P
St oi n
at tB
u u
s s
M
St od
at u
u le
s
1. Remove the safety end cap.
2
3. Set the node address.
S
Po yste
Fie w e m
Po ld r
w
er
2. Press the adapter onto the DIN rail.
This example uses node 02.
4. Connect a ControlNet tap to the A port.
Go to Mount the POINT I/O Modules.
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DeviceNet 1734-ADN adapter
3. Set the node address.
S
Po yste
Fi we m
Po eld r
w
er
17
34
-
AD
N
P
St oin
at tB
us us
Ad
2. Press the adapter onto the DIN rail.
St ap
at te
us r
D
St evi
at ce
us N
et
1. Remove the safety end cap.
This example uses node 02.
4. Connect the DeviceNet cable to the
removable connector.
Connect
To
Red
V+
White
CAN High
Bare
Shield
Blue
CAN Low
Black
V-
DeviceNet Connector and Port
5. Connect the removable connector to
the adapter.
Go to Mount the POINT I/O Modules.
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Mount the POINT I/O Modules
All controllers, POINT I/O modules, and wiring bases
IMPORTANT
The 1734-IT2I module must be mounted in the 1734-TBCJC wiring base. All other modules can be
mounted in either of the 1734-TB or 1734-TBS wiring bases.
1. Using a small, flathead screwdriver,
rotate the keyswitch to match the figure
on the I/O module.
Wiring Base
3
8 1
2
7
4 5
4
6
M
St od
at u
us le
Module
2
3
3. Snap the handle up.
1
0
N
Se
2. Press the module into the wiring base.
N ta tw
O t o
D u r
E: s k
Figure on Module
4. Complete steps 1–3 with all POINT I/O
modules.
5. Slide the first module and wiring base
assembly along the adapter and press
it onto the DIN rail.
Handle
6. Repeat with all of the I/O assemblies.
Tongue-and-groove Slots
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Mount and Wire the POINT I/O Power Supply
1794-PS3 or 1794-PS13 power supplies
1. Hook the upper-lip of the DIN rail latch
onto the DIN rail.
Upper-lip of DIN rail latch.
2. Press the module onto the DIN rail.
WARNING
Verify that all incoming power is turned off before wiring power.
3. Connect the 120/230V ac power,
120/230V ac common and ac
Ground wires.
Power
24V DC
POWER SUPPLY
1794-PS3
Ground
Common
COM
Power
24V
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Wire the Adapter and I/O Modules to the Power Supply
POINT I/O adapter, I/O modules, and power supply
1. Connect the 12/24V dc
common and 12/24V dc
power wires from the power
supply to the adapter.
Module
Status
0 2
PointBus
Status
M oudle
S t at u s
N ewt ok r
S t at u s
NODE:
N O ED:
ControlNet A
Status
1734-ACNR
Field
Power
2 4 V CD
S o ruce
up
t ut
24VDC
Sink
Input
ControlNet B
Status
System
Power
2. Refer to the individual
POINT I/O installation
instructions for wiring the
I/O modules.
Module
Status
Network
Status
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
1734
IB4
4
7
1734
O BE
A
Power
24V DC
POWER SUPPLY
1794-PS3
B
Common
Power
COM
24V
3. Turn on incoming power.
Additional Resources
Resource
Description
Point I/O Ethernet Adapter Installation
Instructions, publication 1734-IN590
Provides details regarding installation of the adapter and technical specifications.
1734 Point I/O ControlNet Adapter Installation
Instructions, publication 1734-IN582
Provides details regarding installation of the adapter and technical specifications.
Point I/O DeviceNet Adapter Installation
Instructions, publiciation 1734-IN026
Provides details regarding installation of the adapter and technical specifications.
POINT I/O Wiring Base Assembly Installation
Instructions, publication 1734-IN511
Provides details regarding installation of the POINT I/O wiring base.
Cold Junction Compensated Terminal Block
Installation Instructions, publication
1734-IN583
Provides details regarding installation of the Cold Junction Compensated Terminal
Block wiring base.
Point I/O Protected Output Module Installation
Instructions, publication 1734-IN056
Provides details about the installation and wiring of POINT I/O Protected Output
Modules.
FLEX I/O dc Power Supply Modules Installation
Instructions, publication 1794-IN069
Provides details about the installation and wiring of FLEX I/O power supplies.
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4
Prepare the PowerFlex 70 Drive
In this chapter, you mount and wire power to a PowerFlex 70 drive. You also
configure your communication adapter and make network connections.
Before You Begin
Determine which network and appropriate adapter to use on the PowerFlex 70
drive:
• For an EtherNet/IP network (option 1), use the 20-COMM-E module.
• For a ControlNet network (option 2), use the 20-COMM-C module.
• For a DeviceNet network (option 3), use the 20-COMM-D module.
What You Need
• PowerFlex 70 drive
• Communication adapter for use with the PowerFlex 70 drive: 20-COMM-E
(EtherNet/IP adapter), 20-COMM-C (ControlNet adapter), or 20-COMM-D
(DeviceNet adapter)
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Follow These Steps
If you have a PowerFlex 70 drive, complete these steps.
Mount the
PowerFlex 70 Drive
page 55
Wire Power
page 55
Configure the
Communication
Adapter
page 56
Connect the
Communication
Adapter to the
PowerFlex 70 Drive
page 57
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Chapter 4
Mount the PowerFlex 70 Drive
For the purpose of this quick start, the PowerFlex 70 drive can be propped in a safe
and convenient location.
For mounting instructions, see the PowerFlex 70 Drive User Manual, publication
20A-UM001.
Wire Power
WARNING
Verify that all incoming power is
turned off before wiring power.
1. Loosen the screw and remove the cover.
2. Loosen the screws and slide the metal
plate out of the drive.
3. Connect the 120/240V ac, V ac COM and
chassis ground wires to the terminal
block.
Metal Plate
L1
R
L2
S
L3
T
BR1 BR2
+DC BRK
T1
U
T2
V
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W
PE
PE
Connect
To
120/240V ac
L1
R
V ac COM
L2
S
Chassis ground
PE
4. Replace the metal plate and tighten the
screws.
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Configure the Communication Adapter
Adapter
Action
Figure
EtherNet/IP
20-COMM-E
The Ethernet address (MAC) is found on
the adapter’s label. Record the Ethernet
address (MAC) on the Network
Worksheet. This address is used to set
the IP address later in the quick start.
For example:
HW Address 00:00:BC:21:D7:BE
ControlNet
Set the adapter’s node address.
20-COMM-C
The quick start examples use node
number 4.
2
3
1
2
4
5
0
4
9
6
5
0
6
9
7
8
3
1
8
Tens
Digit
7
Ones
Digit
4 Shown
A
DeviceNet
1. Set the adapter’s node address.
20-COMM-D
The quick start examples use node
number 13.
B
2
2
3
4
1
0
5
9
4
0
6
8
3
1
5
9
7
Tens
Digit
6
8
7
Ones
Digit
13 Shown
2. Set the adapter for autobaud.
500K PGM
250K
125K
AUTO
AUTO Shown
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20-COMM-E, 20-COMM-C, 20-COMM-D adapters
1. Connect the cable from the
adapter to the PowerFlex 70
drive.
2. Fold the cable under the adapter (without creasing) and tighten the screws.
3. If using a DeviceNet network, remove the terminal block connector from the
20-COMM-D adapter and connect the cable.
Connect
To
Red
V+
White
CAN High
Bare
Shield
Blue
CAN Low
Black
V-
4. For all networks, thread the network cable through the bottom of the
PowerFlex drive and connect it to the adapter (connect to ControlNet channel
A, see the table at Configure the Communication Adapter).
5. Replace the cover.
6. Apply power to the PowerFlex 70 drive.
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Additional Resources
Resource
Description
PowerFlex 70 User Manual, publication
20A-UM001
Provides details on how to install, program, and edit parameters for the PowerFlex 70
drive.
PowerFlex 70 EtherNet/IP Adapter User
Manual, publication 20COMM-UM010
Provides details on how to install, configure, and use the edapter.
PowerFlex 70 ControlNet Adapter User Manual, Provides details on how to install, configure, and use the edapter.
publication 20COMM-UM003
PowerFlex 70 DeviceNet Adapter User Manual,
publication 20COMM-UM002
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Provides details on how to install, configure, and use the edapter.
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5
Prepare the PowerFlex 40 Drive
In this chapter, you mount and wire power to a PowerFlex 40 drive. You also
configure your communication adapter and make network connections.
Before You Begin
Determine which of these networks and appropriate adapter to use:
• For an EtherNet/IP network (option 1), use the 22-COMM-E.
• For a ControlNet network (option 2), use the 22-COMM-C.
• For a DeviceNet network (option 3), use the 22-COMM-D.
What You Need
• PowerFlex 40 drive
• Communication adapter for use with the PowerFlex 40 drive: 22-COMM-E
(EtherNet/IP adapter), 22-COMM-C (ControlNet adapter) or 22-COMM-D
(DeviceNet adapter)
• Communication adapter cover for use with the PowerFlex 40
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Follow These Steps
If you have a PowerFlex 40 drive, complete these steps.
Mount the
PowerFlex 40 Drive
page 61
Wire Power
page 61
Configure the
Communication
Adapter
page 62
Connect the
Communication
Adapter to the
PowerFlex 40 Drive
page 63
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Mount the PowerFlex 40 Drive
For mounting instructions, see the PowerFlex 40 Drive User Manual, publication
22B-UM001.
Wire Power
WARNING
Verify that all incoming power
is turned off before wiring
power.
1. Remove the cover.
2. Remove the terminal block cover
to access the power connections.
3. Insert the 120/240V ac, V ac COM
and chassis ground wires and
tighten the terminal screws.
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
DC- DC+ BR+ BR-
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To
120/240V ac
R/L1
V ac COM
S/L2
Chassis ground
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Configure the Communication Adapter
Adapter
Action
Figure
EtherNet/IP
22-COMM-E
The Ethernet address (MAC) is found on
the adapter’s label. Record the Ethernet
address (MAC) on the Network
Worksheet. This address is used to set
the IP address.
For example:
HW Address 00:00:BC:21:D7:BE
ControlNet
Set the adapter’s node address.
22-COMM-C
This example uses node number 3.
2
3
1
Important: The front side of the adapter
(shown here) faces down when it is
installed in the drive. So, in the installed
position, port A is to the right of port B.
2
4
5
0
6
9
8
A
B
4
9
6
5
0
7
8
Tens Digit
3
1
7
Ones Digit
3 Shown
DeviceNet
1. Set the adapter’s node address.
22-COMM-D
Node
Switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
0
5
1
0
1
0
0
0
6
0
1
1
0
0
0
NODE
RATE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Up = 1 =
Down = 0 =
Node 3 Shown
Autobaud Shown
This example uses node number 3.
2. Set the rate to Autobaud.
Rate
62
Switch
7
8
125 Kbps
0
0
250 Kbps
1
0
500 Kbps
0
1
Autobaud
1
1
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22-COMM-E, 22-COMM-C, 22-COMM-D adapter
1. If you are using a DeviceNet network, remove the terminal block connector
from the 22-COMM-D adapter and connect the DeviceNet cable to the
terminal block.
Connect
To
Red
V+
White
CAN High
Bare
Shield
Blue
CAN Low
Black
V-
2. For all adapters, attach the extending screws.
0.8…1 Nm
(7…9 lb-in)
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3. Snap the adapter into the cover and connect the cable from the adapter to
the PowerFlex 40 drive.
4. Place the adapter cover on the PowerFlex.
5. Tighten the screws.
6. For all networks, connect the network cable to
the adapter.
Important: The front side of the ControlNet adapter faces down
when it is installed in the drive. So, in the installed position, port
A is to the right of port B.
7. Apply power to the PowerFlex 40 drive.
0.5…0.6 Nm
(4…5 lb-in)
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Additional Resources
Resource
Description
PowerFlex 40 Adjustable Frequency AC Drive
User Manual, publication 22B-UM001
Provides details on how to install, program, and edit parameters for the PowerFlex 40
drive.
PowerFlex 40 EtherNet/IP Adapter User
Manual, publication 22COMM-UM004
Provides details on how to install, configure, and use the adapter.
PowerFlex 40 ControlNet Adapter User Manual, Provides details on how to install, configure, and use the adapter.
publication 22COMM-UM006
PowerFlex 40 DeviceNet Adapter User Manual,
publication 22COMM-UM003
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6
Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal
In this chapter, you mount and wire power to a PanelView Plus terminal. You also
configure network communication and make network connections.
Before You Begin
Determine which network connection to use: EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, or serial.
Regardless of which CompactLogix controller you use, you need to connect to the
PanelView Plus terminal via an EtherNet/IP network for initial configuration, via a
cross-over cable or an Ethernet switch.
What You Need
• PanelView Plus terminal
• For a ControlNet network (option 2), use a PanelView Plus ControlNet
interface module
• One power supply, either a 1794-PS3 or a 2711P-RSACDIN.
• Ethernet cable and switch or Ethernet cross-over cable
• For a serial connection (option 3), 2706-NC13 cable
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Follow These Steps
If you have a PanelView Plus terminal, complete these steps for your network.
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
Mount the
PanelView Plus
page 69
Wire the
PanelView Plus
Terminal to the
page 70
Make Network
Connections
page 71
Assign an IP
Address
page 73
68
Serial
Install the
ControlNet
Interface Module
page 69
Mount the
PanelView Plus
page 69
Wire the
PanelView Plus
Terminal to the
page 70
Mount the
PanelView Plus
page 69
Wire the
PanelView Plus
Terminal to the
page 70
Make Network
Connections
page 71
Make Network
Connections
page 71
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Install the ControlNet Interface Module
ControlNet only
1. Remove the label covering the
communication module connector on the
logic module.
2. Position the communication module over the logic
module so the connectors align.
3. Push down on the communication module until
connectors are firmly seated.
4. Tighten the 4 screws that secure the communication
module to the logic module.
Logic Module
Communication Module
Mount the PanelView Plus Terminal
2711P-K10C4D1 terminal and all controllers
For the purpose of this quick start, the PanelView Plus can be propped on a
desktop.
For mounting instructions, see the PanelView Plus Terminals User Manual,
publication 2711P-UM001.
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Wire the PanelView Plus Terminal to the Power Supply
WARNING
Verify that all incoming power is turned off before wiring power.
1. Remove the terminal block from the PanelView Plus terminal.
Power
3. Connect the terminal block to the
PanelView Plus.
4. Turn on incoming power.
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Common
Power
24V DC
POWER SUPPLY
1794-PS3
+–
2. Connect the 12/24V dc common and
12/24V dc power wires from the
power supply to the terminal block,
- (common) and + (power).
COM
24V
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Required for all controllers
Connect an Ethernet cable.
Connect the other end of the cable to
an Ethernet switch.
1769-L32C or 1769-L35CR controllers
Connect a ControlNet cable to port A.
Connect the tap to the ControlNet network.
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1769-L31 controller
Connect the 2706-NC13
cable to the serial port.
Connect the other end of
cable to the Channel 1 port
on the 1769-L31 controller.
1756-CP3 Serial Cable to
Channel 0 Port
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Assign an IP Address
Required for all controllers
1. On the PanelView Plus terminal’s main
page, press Terminal Settings [F4].
2. Navigate to:
Networks and
Communications > Network
Connectors >
Network Adaptors >
Built-in Ethernet Controller.
3. Press IP Address [F2].
4. Press IP Address [F1] and enter
an IP address.
For more information about
selecting an IP Address, see
Chapter 7.
5. Record the IP address on the
Network Worksheet and press
Enter.
6. Select Subnet Mask [F2].
7. Enter the subnet mask you wrote
on the Network Worksheet
located inside the backcover.
8. Press Enter.
9. Press OK [F7], then Press OK [F7] again.
10. Press Close [F8] until you return to the Terminal Settings screen.
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Additional Resources
Resource
Description
PanelView Plus Terminals User Manual,
publication 2711P-UM001
Provides details on how to install, program, and edit parameters for the PowerFlex 70
drive.
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7
Configure the EtherNet/IP Network
In this chapter, you assign IP addresses to devices on an EtherNet/IP network.
Before You Begin
• Prepare the computer, see Chapter 2
• Install all hardware, see Chapters 1–6
If you connect all of the devices, including the computer, through an Ethernet
switch, you can create an isolated network. This chapter assumes you are
using an isolated network. If you are not, contact your network administrator
to obtain IP addresses.
• Verify that power is applied to all devices.
What You Need
• The computer needs a Network Interface Card (NIC) and its associated
Windows driver installed (the NIC and driver are standard on most computers).
• BOOTP/DHCP utility, such as the one that ships on the RSLogix 5000 software
CD.
• An Ethernet Address (MAC) for each device. You recorded these addresses in
the Network Worksheeton the back cover.
• An IP Address for each device. If you are on an non-isolated network, obtain
these addressed from your network administrator. If you are on an isolated
network, determine a numbering convention for your IP addresses. Record
these addresses in the Network Worksheet on the backcover.
• You do not need to assign an IP address to the PanelView Plus terminal, it was
already assigned in Chapter 6.
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Follow These Steps
If you have an EtherNet/IP network, complete these steps.
Assign IP Addresses
to Devices
page 77
Browse the
EtherNet/IP
Network in RSLinx
page 79
Terminology
Ethernet networks use these types of addresses:
Term
Definition
Ethernet Address
Each Ethernet device has a unique Ethernet address (sometimes called a MAC address). The
address appears as twelve digits separated by colons (for example, xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx). It is
usually on a label on the device itself.
Each digit is a number in hexadecimal (0 to 9 or A to F). No other device in the world will have
the same address, and it can not be changed.
You use the Ethernet address to identify a device so you can assign it an IP address.
IP Address
In addition to the Ethernet address, an IP address identifies a node on an Ethernet network.
The IP address can be manually set. or you can use special software to automatically assign it.
An IP Address consists of four decimal integers separated by periods (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx). Each xxx
is a decimal value from 0 to 255. For example, an IP Address could be 192.168.0.1. The
selection of IP Addresses is beyond the scope of this quick start, so please contact your
network administrator or use the ones provided in the examples.
Once you set an IP address for a device, you generally reference the device by its IP address.
The examples in this quick start use IP Addresses to define communication paths to the
devices.
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Assign IP Addresses to Devices
This step assigns IP addresses to all of the devices in your system, except for the
PanelView Plus terminal. The IP address for the PanelView Plus terminal was
assigned during installation (see Chapter 6).
1. Launch the BOOTP/DHCP Server utility.
The BOOTP/DHCP Server utility is used to assign IP addresses to
most of the devices in this quick start. This utility was installed on
page 37.
2. From the Tools menu, choose
Network Settings.
3. Enter the Subnet Mask from the
Network Worksheet.
4. Click OK.
TIP
Devices on the EtherNet/IP network broadcast requests for IP addresses until the IP
addresses have been assigned.
The procedure in this chapter uses the BOOTP Server packaged with RSLogix 5000
software to assign IP addresses, however, any industry-standard BootP server will work.
The Request History displays all the devices on your network that
need IP addresses. The Ethernet address (MAC) corresponds with
the addresses recorded on Network Worksheet.
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5. Double-click a request
from one of the
devices.
6. Enter the
corresponding IP
address that you
selected from the
Network Worksheet.
If you are not using an
isolated network,
obtain these numbers
from your network
administrator.
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6
for all devices, except
the PanelView Plus
terminal (the IP
address for the
PanelView Plus
terminal was set in
Chapter 6).
If a device is power cycled, it will not retain its IP address unless you disable
BOOTP/DHCP.
8. Select the first device in the Relation List and click Disable BOOTP/DHCP.
[Disable BOOTP/DHCP] Command successful appears in the Status bar.
9. Repeat step 8 for all devices, except the PanelView Plus.
10. Close the BOOTP/DHCP Server utility.
If you are prompted to save changes, click No.
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Browse the EtherNet/IP Network in RSLinx
Click the RSWho button to view the EtherNet/IP driver and devices.
Additional Resources
Resource
Description
EtherNet/IP Modules in Logix5000 Control
Systems, publication ENET-UM001
Provides details regarding the installation, configuration, and operation of EtherNet/IP
modules.
Tech Note # E47839422 available at::
http://www.rockwellautomation.com/knowled
gebase/
Provides a description of a common Comms error dialog and its solution.
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Configure the ControlNet Driver
In this chapter, you configure the ControlNet driver for your computer so you can
program over a ControlNet network.
Before You Begin
• Prepare the computer, see Chapter 2.
• Install all hardware, see Chapters 1-6.
• Connect the computer, controller and all other ControlNet devices to a
ControlNet network. This example uses BNC coaxial connectors to connect the
taps and a terminating resistor at each end.
• Verify that power is applied to all devices.
What You Need
• RSNetWorx for ControlNet
• A 1784-PCIC or 1784-PCICS card and associated driver installed on your
computer
Follow These Steps
If you have a ControlNet network, complete this step.
Configure the
ControlNet Driver in
RSLinx
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Configure the ControlNet Driver in RSLinx
RSLinx software
1. Launch RSLinx software.
2. From the
Communications
menu, choose
Configure Drivers.
3. From the Available
Driver Types
pull-down menu,
choose
1784-PCIC(S) for
ControlNet devices.
4. Click Add New.
5. Click OK to keep the
default name.
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6. Enter an available ControlNet
node address for the PCIC
card.
This example uses node
addresses between 1 and 10
because it is a small
ControlNet Network.
7. Click OK.
The ControlNet driver is added to the Configured Drivers list.
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9. Click RSWho to view the driver.
10. Expand the driver to view the devices on your ControlNet network.
The PanelView Plus terminal does not appear because you have not
set the node address yet. The node address is set in Chapter 14.
Additional Resources
Resource
Description
ControlNet Modules in Logix5000 Control
Systems, publication CNET-UM001
Provides details regarding the installation, configuration, and operation of ControlNet
modules.
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9
Configure the DeviceNet Network
In this chapter, you configure the DeviceNet node address for the 1769-SDN
module. You also create the RSNetWorx for DeviceNet file that stores network
configuration.
Before You Begin
• Prepare the computer, see Chapter 2.
• Install all hardware, see Chapters 1–6.
• Connect the 1769-SDN module, the 1734-ADN adapter and the PowerFlex
drives to a DeviceNet network.
This example uses KwikLink right-angle male cables with sealed micro
connectors connected to flat cable with terminator/resistors on each end.
• Verify that power is applied to all devices.
What You Need
• Power supply and tap for the DeviceNet network
This example uses the 1606-XLDNET8 and a KwikLink power tap module.
• RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software
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Follow These Steps
If you have a DeviceNet network, complete these steps.
Apply Power to the
DeviceNet Network
page 87
Set the 1769-SDN
Module’s Node
Address
page 88
Create a DeviceNet
Configuration File
page 90
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1606-XLDNET8 power supply
WARNING
Verify that all incoming
power is turned off
before wiring power.
1. Connect incoming power to the
power supply.
Connect
To
V ac COM
N (neutral)
120/240V ac
L (line)
1606POWE
XL
R SUP
PLY
AC 120
V
AC 240
V
Ground
Input
2. Place the switch in the position
that matches your supply
voltage.
AC 10
0
-120/2
N L
Iso
00-24
Outp
0V
late p
ower
before
discon
nec
DC o
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ting
200W ut
Limite
d
DC 24
V / 8A Power
+ –
DC ok
3. Connect the DeviceNet power tap to the power supply.
Connect
To
Red
+
White
N/A
Shield
N/A
Blue
N/A
Black
–
For this example, there is no need to connect the DC ok relay on the power
supply to anything.
4. If you have unused DeviceNet wires, make sure they do not come into
contact with the other wires.
5. Connect the DeviceNet power tap to the DeviceNet network.
6. Turn on incoming power.
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Set the 1769-SDN Module’s Node Address
1. Launch RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software.
2. From the Tools menu, choose Node
Commissioning.
3. Click Browse.
4. Under AB_DF1-1, expand
the CompactLogix
Backplane and the 1769
Bus.
5. Expand the 1769-SDN and
the DeviceNet Port, and
select the 1769-SDN.
6. Click OK.
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7. If you receive a linking
device warning, click Yes.
The Node Commissioning
dialog is populated with
the 1769-SDN module’s
current settings.
8. Select an available node
Address for the 1769-SDN
module and click Apply.
This example uses node
address 1.
The node address is applied and
a confirmation is given in the
Messages box.
9. Record the node address on the
Network Worksheet.
10. Click Close.
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Create a DeviceNet Configuration File
1. From the File menu,
select New.
2. Select DeviceNet Configuration
and click OK.
3. Click Who Active to go
online.
4. Under AB_DF1-1, expand the
CompactLogix Backplane and the
1769 Bus.
5. Expand the 1769-SDN and the
DeviceNet Port.
6. Record the 1769-SDN module’s
slot number on the Network
Worksheet.
In this example, the 1769-SDN
module is in slot 6 of the 1769 Bus
and is in node 1 on the DeviceNet
network.
slot 6
node 1
7. Select Port2, DeviceNet and click
OK.
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8. Click OK.
RSNetWorx software begins browsing the
network.
TIP
Once all of the devices on
your DeviceNet network
appear, you can click
Cancel.
If your PowerFlex drive does not display,
see Uploading an EDS File From a Drive,
Knowledgebase ID 20539.
9. Right-click the 1769-SDN module and
choose Properties.
10. Click the Module tab.
11. Click Download.
This clears all configuration
from the 1769-SDN module,
synching the software with the
device.
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12. From the Platform
pull-down menu, select
CompactLogix.
13. Enter the slot number of the
1769-SDN you recorded on
the Network Worksheet.
14. Click OK.
15. Save the file and record the
file name and path on the Network
Worksheet.
This quick start uses the example
file name MainDNet.dnt
16. Close RSNetWorx for DeviceNet
software.
Additional Resources
Resource
Description
DeviceNet Modules in Logix5000 Control
Systems, publication DNET-UM004
Provides details regarding the installation, configuration, and operation of DeviceNet
modules.
Uploading an EDS File From a Drive,
Knowledgebase ID 20539,
http://www.rockwellautomation.com/knowled
gebase/
Provides an explanation about uploading EDS files from drives.
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Create a Project Using RSLogix 5000 Software
In this chapter you create a project in RSLogix 5000. In the project you use ladder
logic to create a push button that controls a light on a digital output module. This
project is used in subsequent chapters to test communication with other devices.
Before You Begin
• Configure your network:
– for an EtherNet/IP network, see Chapter 7
– for a ControlNet network, see Chapter 8
– for a DeviceNet network, see Chapter 9
What You Need
• A CompactLogix I/O module with digital outputs, this example uses a
1769-OB16.
• This example includes the following modules as well, but they are not
required: 1769-IF4, 1769-IQ16, 1769-IF4XOF2, 1769-OF2.
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Follow These Steps
Complete these steps.
Create a Project
page 95
Configure the
Controller
page 97
Add Local I/O
Modules
page 99
Add Ladder Logic to
Test the Local 1769
Compact I/O Modules
page 100
Set the
Communication Path
and Download to
the Controller
page 103
Optional
Complete if you have
distributed I/O on the DeviceNet
network.
Add the 1769-SDN
to the Project
page 105
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All controllers
1. Double-click the RSLogix 5000 software icon to launch the
software.
The Quick Start window displays in the RSLogix workspace.
Navigation tabs for
Quick Start, Learning
Center, and Resource
Center pages.
The Quick Start pages provide useful links,
tutorials, and tools you may choose to use at a later time.
2. Click New Project.
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EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
3. Choose your controller
and revision number.
4. Enter a unique
controller
name.
Serial
5. Click OK.
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1769-L32E or 1769-L35E controllers
1. Expand the I/O
Configuration tree.
2. Right-click the Ethernet Port
and select Properties.
3. Enter the controller’s IP
address (recorded on the
Network Worksheet) and
click OK.
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1769-L32C or 1769-L35CR controllers
1. Expand the I/O
Configuration tree.
2. Right-click the ControlNet
Port and select Properties.
3. In the Node box, enter the
controller’s node address
and click OK.
1769-L31 controller
No further configuration is needed as the default properties are sufficient for the
examples in this quick start.
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Add Local I/O Modules
All controllers
1. Right-click CompactBus Local
and select New Module.
2. Select the leftmost
I/O module in the
1769
CompactLogix
chassis and click
OK.
3. In the Name box,
type a name and
click OK.
The module is added to the I/O
Configuration.
4. Repeat steps 1–3 until all of your local
I/O modules are added in order from
left to right.
Do not add the 1769-SDN module.
It is added on page 105.
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Add Ladder Logic to Test the Local 1769 Compact I/O Modules
All controllers
1. Expand the Tasks folders and
double-click MainRoutine.
A blank MainRoutine opens.
2. From the Element Toolbar, drag and drop an Examine On and
an Output Energize element onto the rung.
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3. Double-click the ? in the
Examine On.
4. Type PB (for push button).
5. Press Enter.
6. Right-click PB and select
New "PB".
7. Click OK to keep the
defaults.
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8. Name the Output Energize xxxx_Light (where
xxxx is the suffix of the catalog number of the 1769
Compact I/O digital output module).
Important: Do not use spaces in the tag name. Use
underscores (_) instead.
9. Right-click the xxxx_Light tag name
and select New "xxxx_Light".
xxxx_Light is an alias tag for the I/O
point tag name. This lets you assign a
simple name to a physical I/O point
address.
10. From the Type pull-down menu,
select Alias.
11. In the Alias For pull-down menu,
browse to a local 1769 digital
output module and select any bit.
In this example, Local:5:O.Data.0
is used.
12. Click OK.
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All controllers
1. Save your changes.
2. Move the keyswitch on your controller to Program.
3. Click Who Active.
EtherNet/IP
4. Expand the network
tree.
ControlNet
5. Select your controller
and click Set Project
Path.
6. Click Download.
Serial
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7. Click Download.
The project Path updates.
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
Serial
8. Move the keyswitch on your controller to Run.
9. Select the PB Examine On instruction and press Ctrl+T.
This toggles the state from 0 to 1 (off to on).
Off
On
10. Verify that the LED indicator on the digital output module
turns on.
11. Press Ctrl+T to toggle the state back to 0 (off).
12. Go Offline.
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DeviceNet only
1. Right-click CompactBus
Local and select New
Module.
2. Under Communications,
select 1769-SDN with the
series letter recorded on
the Network Worksheet
and click OK.
3. In the Name field, type a
name for your SDN
module.
4. In the Slot field, enter the
Slot number.
There can be a maximum of three
modules between the 1769-SDN
module and the power supply.
5. In the Input Size and Output Size fields, enter values to accommodate the
input and output sizes of the modules in your system.
This example uses 20.
For more information about determining input and output sizes, see the
DeviceNet Modules in Logix5000 Control Systems User Manual, publication
DNET-UM004.
6. From the Electronic Keying pull-down, choose Disable Keying.
7. Check the Open Module Properties check box and click OK.
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8. On the RSNetWorx tab,
click Browse to find
the configuration (.dnt)
file recorded on the
Network Worksheet.
Use the configuration
file name you saved on
page 92. This quick
start uses
MainDNet.dnt.
9. Click OK.
The module is added to
the I/O Configuration.
Additional Resources
Resource
Description
Provides details about creating and editing a program, communicating with modules,
Logix5000 Controllers Common Procedures
Programming Manual, publication 1756-PM001 and configuring modules.
DeviceNet Modules in Logix5000 Control
Systems, publication DNET-UM004
106
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Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project
In this chapter, you add distributed POINT I/O modules to your project using
RSLogix 5000 software. You also add ladder logic and download the project to the
controller so you can test communication with an I/O module. This project builds
upon the program created in Chapter 10.
Before You Begin
• Prepare the POINT I/O hardware, see Chapter 3
• Create a project in RSLogix 5000 software, see Chapter 10
What You Need
• A POINT I/O module with digital outputs, this example uses a 1734-OB4E
• This example includes the following modules as well, but they are not
required: 1734-IB4, 1734-OE2C
• For an EtherNet/IP network, no additional software is required
• For a ControlNet network, RSNetWorx for ControlNet software
• For a DeviceNet network, RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software
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If you have distributed POINT I/O modules, complete these steps for your network.
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
Add Distributed
I/O Modules
page 109
Add Ladder Logic
page 121
Download the
Project
page 128
Set the POINT I/O
Chassis Size
page 129
Test the
Distributed I/O
Light
page 135
DeviceNet
Add Distributed
I/O Modules
page 109
Add Ladder Logic
page 121
Download the
Project
page 128
Set the POINT I/O
Chassis Size
page 129
Schedule the
ControlNet
Network
page 131
Test the
Distributed I/O
Light
Edit the DeviceNet
Adapter
Parameters
page 112
Configure the
DeviceNet Subnet
page 114
Create a
DeviceNet
Scanlist
page 118
Create DeviceNet
Tags and Add
Ladder Logic
page 123
Download the
Project
page 128
Test the
Distributed I/O
Light
page 135
page 135
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EtherNet/IP and ControlNet only
(for DeviceNet, skip to page 114)
EtherNet/IP
1. Verify that your project is
Offline.
2. Right-click the network
port and select New
Module.
ControlNet
EtherNet/IP
3. Select the 1734 POINT I/O
network adapter and click
OK.
ControlNet
For an EtherNet/IP
network, select a
1734-AENT adapter.
For a ControlNet
network, select a
1734-ACNR adapter.
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4. Type a name for
the adapter.
5. For an EtherNet/IP
network, type the
IP address.
ControlNet
For a ControlNet
network, enter the
adapter’s node
number.
Use the Network
Worksheet located
inside the
backcove as a
reference.
6. Select the Chassis
Size (exact
number of POINT
I/O modules + 1
for the adapter).
EtherNet/IP
7. Choose Disable Keying.
8. Uncheck the Open Module
Properties checkbox and
click OK.
ControlNet
The adapter is added to
theI/O configuration.
9. Right-click the 1734 POINT
network adapter module
and select New Module.
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10. Select the left-most
POINT I/O
module in your
chassis and click
OK.
11. Enter a name.
12. Uncheck the
Open Module
Properties
checkbox and click OK.
The module is added to
the I/O Configuration.
ControlNet
Shown
13. Repeat steps 9–12 until all of your
distributed I/O modules are added in order
from left to right.
14. Record the adapter name and digital output module slot number on page 122.
If you have added more than one digital output module, select the one you
want to test in this project and record the name and slot number on page 122.
Go to Add Ladder Logic on page 121.
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Edit the DeviceNet Adapter Parameters
DeviceNet only
1. Launch RSNetWorx for DeviceNet.
2. Open the main DeviceNet
configuration file you saved and
recorded on the Network Worksheet.
3. Click Who Active to go online.
4. If prompted, click OK.
5. Right-click the adapter and select
Properties.
6. Select the Parameters tab.
7. Click Upload.
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8. Set the AutoAddress
Backplane parameter to 1.
9. Set the Auto Start Mode
parameter to Map Data to
DWord Boundaries.
10. Click Apply.
11. Click OK.
12. Click Save.
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Configure the DeviceNet Subnet
DeviceNet only
1. In RSNetWorx for DeviceNet,
from the File menu, select
New.
2. Select the DeviceNet
Configuration file type.
3. Click OK.
4. Click Who Active to go online.
5. Expand the AB_DF1-1, DF1
network and select the
DeviceNet Subnet, DeviceNet
network.
6. Click OK.
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7. Click OK.
The modules on
the subnet
display.
8. From the Network menu, choose
Upload from Network.
9. Click Yes.
10. Right-click the scanner and select
Properties.
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11. Click the Device Bridging
tab.
12. Click Associate File.
13. Select the main DeviceNet configuration
file you recorded on the Network
Worksheet.
14. Click Open.
15. Click OK.
16. Save the DeviceNet subnet
configuration file.
Name the file so it can be easily
identified as the subnet. This
quick start uses the name
SubnetDNet.dnt.
17. Record the file name on the
Network Worksheet located
inside the backcover of this
quick start.
18. In RSNetWorx software, from the File
menu, choose Open.
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19. Select your main DeviceNet file
and click Open.
20. Right-click the POINT I/O adapter
and celect Properties.
21. Click the Device Bridging
tab.
22. Click Associate File.
23. Select the subnet configuration file
you recorded on the Network
Worksheet and click Open.
24. Click OK.
25. Save your main DeviceNet
configuration file.
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Create a DeviceNet Scanlist
DeviceNet only
(for EtherNet/IP and ControlNet, skip to page 121)
1. Select Network > Upload
from Network.
2. Right-click the 1734-ADN
adapter and select Properties.
3. Click the Parameters tab and
verify that the parameters match
the those shown.
4. Click OK.
5. Right-click the 1769-SDN
module and select
Properties.
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6. Click the Scanlist tab.
7. Click Upload.
The configuration is uploaded
from the device.
8. Select the 1734-ADN adapter and
move it to the Scanlist.
9. Click Edit I/O Parameters.
10. Verify that the I/O parameters match
those shown.
11. Click OK.
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12. Verify that Automap on Add is
checked and click Apply.
13. Click Yes.
14. Save the configuration file.
You will use this file to Create
DeviceNet Tags and Add Ladder Logic
later in this chapter.
15. Close RSNetworx for DeviceNet
software.
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EtherNet/IP and ControlNet only
(for a DeviceNet, go to page 123)
1. In RSLogix 5000 software, drag and drop a Branch onto the rung.
2. Expand the branch to the right side of the xxxx_Light.
3. Drag and drop another Output Energize
element onto the Branch and name it
xxxx_Light (where xxxx is the suffix of the
catalog number of the digital 1734 POINT
output module).
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4. Right-click the Light and select
New "xxxx_Light".
EtherNet/IP
shown
5. From the Type pull-down,
choose Alias.
6. From the Alias For
pull-down menu, browse to
find the addresses recorded
below.
For
Select This Address
Example
From
EtherNet/IP
_______:O.Data[__].__
my_AENT:O.Data[2].0
Step 14 on page 111
adapter
name
ControlNet
output any
module bit
slot #
_______:O.Data[__].__
adapter
name
My_ACNR:O.Data[2].0 Step 14 on page 111
output any
module bit
slot #
7. Click OK.
Go to page 128 to Download the Project.
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DeviceNet network only
IMPORTANT
Before running the DeviceNet Tag Generator, verify that
RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software is closed.
1. In RSLogix 5000 software, from the Tools
menu, choose DeviceNet Tag Generator.
2. Select your RSLogix 5000 project.
3. Click Select Scanner.
4. Select the 1769-SDN
scanner that scans the network
where the drive is located.
5. Click Select RSNetWorx Project.
6. Select main DeviceNet configuration file
recorded on the Network Worksheet.
7. Click Select Scanner Node.
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8. Select the node of the 1769-SDN
scanner as recorded on the Network
Worksheet.
9. Click Generate Tags.
10. Click Generate Tags.
11. Click Yes.
When tag generation is complete, the
text log displays.
12. Close the DeviceNet Tag
Generator.
Note that new programs and tags
have been added to the controller
organizer. These tasks were created
by the Tag Generator.
12. In the controller organizer, select
MainProgram > MainRoutine.
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13. Drag and drop a Branch
instruction into the first rung.
14. Expand the Branch to the right side of the
xxxx_Light.
15. Drag and drop another Output Energize element
onto the Branch and name it xxxx_Light (where
xxxx is the suffix of the catalog number of the
digital 1734 POINT output module).
16. Right-click the Light and select New
"xxxx_Light".
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17. Right-click the Light and select New
"xxxx_Light".
18. From the Type pull-down menu,
choose Alias.
19. From the Alias For pull-down
menu, browse to find SDN output
data tags.
20. Select the ouput data tag that
corresponds to the LED indicator
you want to turn on.
Use this diagram as a reference
when selecting your output tag.
SDN Module Name
Node Number
For example, selecting
the tag that ends with
O.Data.0 will turn on light 0 of
the output module.
Connection Type
Slot Number
Channel
Tag Type
21. Click OK.
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22. Add another Rung with an Output
Energize element.
23. Double-click the ? and select
the tag
Local:X:O.CommandRegister.
Run where X is the slot of the
1769-SDN module (recorded
on the Network Worksheet).
Programming this
bit changes the
1769-SDN module
from IDLE mode
to Run mode.
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Download the Project
EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, and DeviceNet
1. Save your changes.
2. Move the keyswitch on your controller to Program.
3. Click the Controller Status
icon and select Download.
4. Click Download.
If you have no loads wired to
your distributed output
modules, the red status LEDs
indicators may start blinking.
If you are using ControlNet or EtherNet networks, after you download to the
controller, the 1734 modules show faults. Continue with Set the POINT I/O
Chassis Size on page 129.
If you are using DeviceNet, skip to Test the Distributed I/O Light on page
135.
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ControlNet and EtherNet
(DeviceNet networks, skip to page 135)
1. Right-click the 1734-ACNR and
select Properties.
2. Click the Chassis Size tab.
If the both the chassis sizes match,
skip to step 1 on page 131.
If the numbers do not
match, take the following
action.
3. On the Connection tab,
check the Inhibit
Module checkbox and
click Apply.
4. Click Yes.
5. On the Chassis size tab,
click Set Chassis Size in Module.
6. Click OK at the warning.
The Module chassis size
updates.
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7. On the Connection Tab,
uncheck the Inhibit Module
checkbox and click OK.
8. Click Yes.
7. On the Connection Tab,
uncheck the Inhibit Module
checkbox and click OK.
8. Click Yes.
You have set the POINT I/O
chassis size.
9. Click Save.
For ControlNet, go to Schedule the ControlNet Network on page 131.
For EtherNet, skip to Test the Distributed I/O Light on page 135.
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Schedule the ControlNet Network
ControlNet only
(For EtherNet or DeviceNet, skip to page 135.)
1. Right-click the ControlNet
Port and select Properties.
2. On the RSNetWorx tab,
enter a new ControlNet
file name and click Apply.
3. Click Yes.
4. Click Yes.
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5. Select Schedule the
ControlNet network.
6. Click the RSNetWorx
icon.
RSNetWorx for
ControlNet launches.
7. Verify that Use offline
data (download) is
selected and click OK.
RSNetWorx browses
the network.
8. If prompted, select
Optimize and click OK.
RSNetWorx for
ControlNet software
browses the network
again.
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9. Check the Edits Enabled
checkbox.
10. From the Network menu,
choose Properties.
11. In the Pending column,
select a Max Scheduled
Address and Max
Unscheduled Address that
are equal to the largest
node addresses in your
system.
This example uses 6.
12. Click OK.
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13. Save your
changes.
14. Click OK.
15. Click Yes.
RSNetWorx for
ControlNet software
browses the network again.
This time fewer node
addresses are browsed
because of the smaller Max
Unscheduled Address.
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EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, and DeviceNet
1. Move the keyswitch on your controller to RUN.
2. Select the PB and press Ctrl+T.
This toggles the state from 0 to 1 (off to on).
Off
ControlNet
Shown
On
3. Verify that the light on both the local and distributed digital
output modules turn on.
4. Press Ctrl+T to toggle the state back to 0 (off).
5. Select Go Offline.
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Additional Resources
Resource
Description
Provides details about adding and configuring modules, establishing communication,
ControlLogix Controllers Common Procedures
Programming Manual, publication 1756-PM001 and writing ladder logic.
DeviceNet Modules in Logix5000 Control
Systems, publication DNET-UM004
Provides details about creating scanlists as well as other DeviceNet-specific
application information.
ControlNet Modules in Logix5000 Control
Systems, publication CNET-UM001
Provides details about configuring and scheduling theControlNet modules.
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12
Create a PowerFlex 70 Application
In this chapter, you configure a PowerFlex 70 drive and add the drive to the
RSLogix 5000 project created in Chapter 10. You also download the project to the
controller so you can test communication with the drive.
Before You Begin
• Prepare the PowerFlex 70 drive and network adapter, see Chapter 4
• Create a project using RSLogix 5000 software, see Chapter 10
What You Need
• For an EtherNet/IP network, no additional software is needed
• For a ControlNet network, RSNetWorx for ControlNet software
• For a DeviceNet network, RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software
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Follow These Steps
If you have a PowerFlex 70 drive, complete these steps for your network:
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
Add the Drive to
Your RSLogix 5000
Project and
Connect to the
Drive
page 139
Edit the Drive
Parameters
page 143
Download the
Project
page 150
Test the PowerFlex
70 Tags
page 155
DeviceNet
Add the Drive to
Your RSLogix 5000
Project and
Connect to the
Drive
page 139
Edit the Drive
Parameters
Create a
DeviceNet
Scanlist
page 144
Create DeviceNet
Tags
page 148
page 143
Download the
Project
Download the
Project
page 150
page 150
Schedule the
ControlNet
Network
page 151
Test the PowerFlex
70 Tags
page 157
Schedule the
ControlNet
Network
page 151
Test the PowerFlex
70 Tags
page 155
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Ethernet/IP and ControlNet only
(for a DeviceNet, skip to page 144)
1. Move the controller
keyswitch to PROG and
go offline.
2. In the RSLogix 5000
software, right-click the
controller network port
and select New Module.
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
3. Expand Drives.
EtherNet/IP
4. Select the PowerFlex
70-x and click OK.
ControlNet
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EtherNet/IP
5. Enter a Name and IP
Address (EtherNet/IP)
or Node number
(ControlNet).
ControlNet
6. Click OK.
EtherNet/IP
7. Click Change ...
8. From the Electronic
Keying pull-down menu,
select Disable Keying.
9. Click OK.
EtherNet/IP
The PowerFlex 70 is
added to the controller
organizer under the
network port.
ControlNet
10. Click Save.
11. Download and put the
controller in Remote
Run mode.
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12. Right-click the
PowerFlex 70 drive and
select Properties.
13. Click the Drive tab.
14. Click Connect to Drive.
15. Select the PowerFlex
70 drive and click
OK.
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
16. Click Download.
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A drive database is created.
After the download and
drive database creation is
complete, the drive status
will change to connected.
Once the drive is
connected, go to Edit the
Drive Parameters on page
143.
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Edit the Drive Parameters
EtherNet/IP and ControlNet only
(for a DeviceNet, skip to page 144)
1. In the drive organizer,
double-click Parameter
List.
2. From the Parameter Goup pull-down
menu, select Speed Command >
Speed References.
3. At parameter 90, enter DPI Port 5 in the
Value column.
Setting this parameter configures drive to use
the speed reference from the network.
4. Click OK.
The parameters are loaded to the drive.
5. Close the PowerFlex 70 Properties dialog.
If you are using a EtherNet network, go to Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags on
page 155.
If you are using ControlNet, go to Schedule the ControlNet Network on page
151.
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Create a DeviceNet Scanlist
DeviceNet only
1. Move the controller keyswitch to
PROG and go offline.
2. In RSLogix controller organizer,
right-click the 1769-SDN and
select Properties.
3. On the RSNetWorx tab,
click the RSNetWorx icon.
4. In RSNetWorx for
DeviceNet, click Who Active to
go online.
5. Click OK.
If the drive does not display or
displays with an error regarding
the EDS file, see Knowledgebase
article 20539.
6. Right-click the PowerFlex 70 drive
and select Download to Device.
7. Click Yes.
The configuration is downloaded
to the PowerFlex 70 drive.
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8. Right-click the PowerFlex 70
drive and select Properties.
9. Select the Parameters tab.
10. Change 61, Autotune, to
Ready.
11. Change 90, Speed Ref A Sel,
to DPI Port 5.
Setting this parameter
configures drive to use the
speed reference from the
network.
12. Click OK.
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13. Click Yes.
The configuration is
downloaded to the
PowerFlex 70 drive.
14. Right-click the 1769-SDN
scanner and select
Properties.
15. Select the Scanlist tab.
16. Click Upload.
The configuration is
uploaded from the
1769-SDN scanner.
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17. Select the PowerFlex 70 drive
and move it to the Scanlist.
18. Verify that Automap on Add is
checked and click Apply.
19. Click Yes to download.
20. Save your file.
21. Close RSNetWorx for DeviceNet.
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Create DeviceNet Tags
DeviceNet only
1. Switch the controller to Program Mode.
IMPORTANT
Before running the DeviceNet Tag Generator, verify that
RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software is closed.
2. In RSLogix 5000 software, from the Tools
menu, choose DeviceNet Tag Generator.
3. Select the RSLogix 5000 project you are
creating tags for.
4. Click Select Scanner.
5. Select the 1769-SDN scanner that
scans the network where the
drive is located.
6. Click Select RSNetWorx Project.
7. Select DeviceNet configuration file
recorded on the Network Worksheet.
8. Click Select Scanner Node.
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9. Select the node of the 1769-SDN
scanner as recorded on the Network
Worksheet.
10. Click Generate Tags.
11. Click Generate Tags.
12. Click Yes.
When tag generation is complete, the
text log displays.
13. Close the DeviceNet Tag Generator.
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Download the Project
DeviceNet only
TIP
If you receive a fault message on your PowerFlex 70 drive display, press
on the keypad to clear the fault.
1. If you have not already done so,
move the keyswitch on your
controller to PROG.
2. Click the
Controller Status
icon and select
Download.
3. Click Download.
The project
downloads to the
controller.
If you are using a DeviceNet network, go to Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags on
page 157.
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Schedule the ControlNet Network
ControlNet only
(for Ethernet/IP, skip to page 155; for DeviceNet, skip to page 157)
1. Right-click the
ControlNet Port and
select Properties.
2. On the RSNetWorx tab,
enter a new ControlNet file
name and click Apply.
3. Click Yes.
4. Click Yes.
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5. Select Schedule the
ControlNet network.
6. Click the RSNetWorx icon.
RSNetWorx for ControlNet
software launches.
7. Verify that Use offline
data (download) is
selected and click OK.
RSNetWorx browses the
network.
8. If prompted, select
Optimize and click OK.
RSNetWorx browses the
network again.
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9. Check the Enable Edits
checkbox.
10. From the Network menu,
choose Properties.
11. In the Pending column,
select a Max Scheduled
Address and Max
Unscheduled Address that
are equal to the largest
node addresses in your
system.
12. Click OK.
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13. Save your changes.
14. Click OK.
15. Click Yes.
RSNetWorx browses
the network again.
This time fewer node
addresses are
browsed because of
the smaller Max
Unscheduled Address.
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Ethernet/IP and ControlNet only
(for DeviceNet, skip to page 157)
TIP
To change a tag in RSLogix:
1. Select the tag value.
2. Enter or select the desired value.
3. Press Enter.
1. Move the controller keyswitch to RUN.
2. Double-click Controller Tags.
3. Locate and
expand the
PowerFlex 70
output tag.
4. Change the ClearFault tag to 1
to clear any initial faults.
5. Change the ClearFault tag back
to 0.
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6. Verify that the I.Ready tag value is 1.
This tag indicates that the drive
is ready to start.
7. Change the O.CommandedFreq
tag to 15000 engineering units
(this is approximately 59.5 Hz).
WARNING
EU
32767
-------- = --------------Hz
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If there is a motor attached to your drive,
completing the next step will cause it to turn.
8. Change the Start tag to 1.
The display on the drive registers the
speed increase in Hz until the value
entered at the reference tag is reached.
9. Change the Start tag back to 0.
10. Change the Stop tag to 1.
The display on the drive will show a speed
decrease until the drive reaches 0.00 Hz.
11. Change the Stop tag from 1 to 0.
12. Go Offline.
By starting and stopping the drive, you verified that:
• the controller is correctly communicating with the drive.
• the drive can receive simple commands.
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TIP
To change a tag in RSLogix:
1. Select the tag value.
2. Enter or select the desired value.
3. Press Enter.
DeviceNet only
(to complete this step for Ethernet or ControlNet, see page 155)
1. Move the controller keyswitch to RUN.
2. In the controller organizer, double-click
Controller Tags.
If you have added distributed I/O to your
project in Chapter 11, skip to step 4.
3. Change the tag
O.CommandRegister.Run
tag to 1.
This changes the 1769-SDN
scanner to Run mode.
4. At the tag O.Reference,
change the value to 15000
engineering units (this is
approximately 59.5 Hz).
This is the speed your drive
will accelerate to and is
determined using the
equation shown.
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5. Expand the
output tags for
the PowerFlex
70.
WARNING
If there is a motor attached to your drive,
completing the next step will make it turn.
6. At the O.Start tag, enter 1.
The display on the drive registers the speed
increase in Hz until the value entered at the
reference tag is reached.
7. Change the Start tag back to 0.
8. Change the Stop tag to 1.
The display on the drive will show a speed
decrease until the drive reaches 0.00 Hz.
9. Change the Stop tag back to 0.
10. Select Go Offline.
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By starting and stopping the drive, you verified that:
• The controller is correctly communicating with the drive.
• The drive can receive simple commands.
Additional Resources
Resource
Topic
DevieNet Modules in Logix5000 Control Systems, publication
DNET-UM004
Describes common procedures and troubleshooting tasks related to
DeviceNet networks.
Logix5000 Controllers Common Procedures Programming
Manual, publication 1756-PM001
Provides details about adding and configuring modules, establishing
communication, and writing ladder logic.
PowerFlex 70 Adjustable Frequency AC Drive User Manual,
publication 20A-UM001
Provides information about installing, programming, editing
parameters, and troubleshooting the PowerFlex 70 drive.
PowerFlex 70 EtherNet/IP Adapter User Manual, publication
20COMM-UM010
Provides process for installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the
adapter.
PowerFlex 70 ControlNet Adapter User Manual, publication
20COMM-UM003
Provides process for installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the
adapter.
PowerFlex 70 DeviceNet Adapter User Manual, publication
20COMM-UM002
Provides process for installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the
adapter.
Knowledgebase article ID 20539 at
http://support.rockwellautomation.com/
Provides details about uploading EDS files from the drive.
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13
Create a PowerFlex 40 Application
In this chapter, you configure a PowerFlex 40 drive using with the drive keypad
and add the drive to your project using RSLogix 5000 software. You also download
the project to the controller so you can test communication with the drive. This
project builds upon the project created in Chapter 10.
Before You Begin
• Prepare the PowerFlex 40 drive and network adapter, see Chapter 5
• Create a project using RSLogix 5000 software, see Chapter 10
What You Need
• For an EtherNet/IP network, no additional software is needed
• For ControlNet, RSNetWorx for ControlNet software
• For DeviceNet, RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software
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Follow These Steps
If you have a PowerFlex 40 drive, complete these steps for your network.
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
Add the Drive to
Your RSLogix 5000
Project
page 163
Download the
Project
page 170
Edit PowerFlex 40
Parameter Values
page 175
Test the PowerFlex
40 Tags
page 175
DeviceNet
Add the Drive to
Your RSLogix 5000
Project
page 163
Download the
Project
page 170
Schedule the
ControlNet
Network
page 171
Edit PowerFlex 40
Parameter Values
page 175
Test the PowerFlex
40 Tags
page 175
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Create a
DeviceNet
Scanlist
page 165
Create DeviceNet
Tags
page 168
Download the
Project
page 170
Edit PowerFlex 40
Parameter Values
page 175
Test the PowerFlex
40 Tags
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EtherNet/IP and ControlNet networks only
(for a DeviceNet network, skip to page 165)
EtherNet/IP
1. Right-click your network
port and select New
Module.
ControlNet
2. Expand Drives.
3. Select the PowerFlex 40-x.
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
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4. In the Name field,
type a name for the
drive.
5. Enter an IP
Address (Ethernet
network) or Node
number
(ControlNet
network) for the
PowerFlex 40 drive.
ControlNet
6. Click Change.
7. From the Electronic Keying
pull-down menu, select
Disable Keying.
8. Click OK.
9. Click OK again.
The PowerFlex 40 is added
to the contoller organizer.
EtherNet/IP
ControlNet
For EtherNet/IP and ControlNet, skip to Download the Project on page 170.
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Create a DeviceNet Scanlist
DeviceNet only
1. Move the controller keyswitch to PROG.
2. In the RSLogix 5000 software,
right-click the 1769-SDN and
select Properties.
3. If RSNetWorx for DeviceNet is
open, skip to step 3.
If RSNetWorx for DeviceNet
is not open:
a. In RSLogix 5000,
right-click the 1769-SDN
and select Properties.
b.On the RSNetWorx tab,
click the RSNetWorx button.
3. Click Who Active to go online.
4. Click OK.
5. Right-click the PowerFlex 40 and select
Download to Device.
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6. Click Yes.
The configuration downloads
to the PowerFlex 40.
7. Right-click the 1769-SDN and
select Properties.
8. Click the Scanlist tab.
9. Click Upload.
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10. Select the PowerFlex 40
drive and move it to the
Scanlist.
11. Verify that Automap on
Add is checked and click
Apply.
12. Click Yes.
13. Click OK.
14. Save your file.
15. Close RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software.
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Create DeviceNet Tags
DeviceNet only
(to complete this step for EtherNet/IP or ControlNet, see page 163)
IMPORTANT
Before running the DeviceNet Tag Generator, verify that
RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software is closed.
1. In RSLogix 5000 software, from the Tools
menu, choose DeviceNet Tag Generator.
2. Select the RSLogix 5000 project.
3. Click Select
Scanner.
4. Select the 1769-SDN scanner that
scans the network where the
drive is located.
5. Click Select RSNetWorx Project.
6. Select DeviceNet configuration file recorded
on the Network Worksheet.
7. Click Select Scanner Node.
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8. Select the node of the 1769-SDN
module as recorded on the Network
Worksheet.
9. Click Generate Tags.
10. Click Generate Tags.
11. Click Yes.
When tag generation is complete, the
text log displays.
12. Close the DeviceNet Tag Generator.
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Download the Project
EtherNet/IP, ControlNet, and DeviceNet
TIP
If you receive a fault message on your PowerFlex 40, press
to clear the fault.
on the keypad
1. If you have not already done so,
move the keyswitch on your
controller to PROG.
2. Click the Controller
Status icon and select
Download.
3. Click Download.
The project downloads to
the controller.
If you are using EtherNet/IP or DeviceNet networks, skip to Edit PowerFlex 40
Parameter Values on page 175.
If you are using ControlNet continue with Schedule the ControlNet Network on
page 171.
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Schedule the ControlNet Network
ControlNet only
(for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet, skip to page 175)
1. Right-click the
ControlNet Port and
select Properties.
2. On the RSNetWorx
tab, enter a new
ControlNet file
name and click
Apply.
3. Click Yes.
4. Click Yes.
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5. Select Schedule the
ControlNet network.
6. Click the RSNetWorx icon.
RSNetWorx for ControlNet
launches.
7. Verify that Use offline
data (download) is
selected and click OK.
RSNetWorx browses the
network.
8. If prompted, select
Optimize and click OK.
RSNetWorx browses the
network again.
9. Check the Enable Edits
checkbox.
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10. Select Network >
Properties.
11. In the Pending column, select
a Max Scheduled Address
and Max Unscheduled
Address that are equal to the
largest node addresses in your
system.
12. Click OK.
13. Save your changes.
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14. Click OK.
15. Click Yes.
RSNetWorx software
browses the network
again. This time fewer
node addresses are
browsed because of
the smaller Max
Unscheduled Address.
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Edit PowerFlex 40 Parameter Values
TIP
Use the table below as a reference when editing parameter values as instructed on
page 176.
When power is first applied to the PowerFlex 40 drive, the display defaults to the
current value.
Reference for Editing Parameters
Step
Displayed
1. Press
.
The parameter number is displayed and blinks.
2. Press
to select the group letter.
The group letter blinks.
3. Press
or
or
FAULT
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
to scroll through the parameter numbers.
6. Press
to select the desired parameter number.
The parameter value is displayed.
7. Press
or
to scroll through the parameter values.
The values blink as you scroll through them.
8. Press
to select the desired parameter value.
The parameter stops blinking.
9. Press
PROGRAM
to scroll through the group letters.
4. Press
to select the desired group letter.
The parameter number blinks.
5. Press
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
to return to the parameter number.
PROGRAM
FAULT
10.Follow this procedure to change other parameter values, or
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VOLTS
AMPS
HERTZ
PROGRAM
FAULT
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Use the reference on page 175 to make the following parameter value edits on your
PowerFlex 40.
1. If your PowerFlex 40 has been previously used, reset it to factory defaults.
a. Change the value of parameter P041 from 0 to 1.
The drive is reset and fault F048 is displayed and blinks.
b.Press
c. Press
to clear the fault.
to return to editing parameters.
2. Change the value of parameters P036 and P038 from 0 to 5.
Changing these parameters switch control the Start Source and the Speed
Reference from the keypad to the communication port, giving you the ability to
control these functions from the RSLogix 5000 tags.
3. Press
to accept parameter edits.
For EtherNet and ControlNet networks, go to Test the PowerFlex 40 Tags on page
177.
For a DeviceNet network, go to Test the PowerFlex 40 Tags on page 179.
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EtherNet/IP and ControlNet only
(for a DeviceNet network, skip to page 179)
TIP
To change a tag in RSLogix:
1. Select the tag value.
2. Enter or select the desired value.
3. Press <Enter>.
1. Move the controller
keyswitch to RUN.
2. Double-click Controller Tags.
3. Expand the
PowerFlex
40 output tag.
4. At the O.FreqCommand
Tag, enter 555.
The value 555 equals 55.5 Hz.
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WARNING
If there is a motor attached to your drive, completing the next
step will cause it to turn.
4. At the O.Start tag, enter 1.
The drive begins to run and the display
will register the drive’s speed until it
reaches 55.5 Hz.
5. After the drive has reached 55.5
Hz, enter 0 at the O.Start tag.
6. At the O.Stop tag, enter 1.
The drive begins to slow until reaching
0.0 Hz.
7. When the drive reaches 0.0 Hz,
enter 0 at the O.Stop tag.
8. Select Go Offline.
By starting and stopping the drive, you verified that:
• the controller is correctly communicating with the drive.
• the drive can receive simple commands.
If you are using EtherNet/IP or ControlNet, you are done configuring the
PowerFlex 40 drive and you can continue with the next chapter; or see page 181
for more information.
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TIP
To change a tag in RSLogix:
1. Select the tag value.
2. Enter or select the desired value.
3. Press <Enter>.
DeviceNet network only
(to complete this step on EtherNet/IP or ControlNet networks, see page 177)
1. Move the controller keyswitch
to RUN.
2. In the configuration tree, double-click
Controller Tags.
If you have added distributed I/O to your
project in Chapter 11, skip to step 4.
3. Change the tag
O.CommandRegister.Run
tag to 1.
This changes the 1769-SDN
to Run mode.
4. At the tag O.Reference, enter the
value 555.
The value 555 equals 55.5 Hz. This
is the speed to which your your
drive will accelerate.
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5. Expand the
PowerFlex 40
output tag.
WARNING
If there is a motor attached to your drive, completing the
next step will make it turn.
6. At the O.Start tag, enter 1.
The display on the drive registers
the speed increase in Hz until the
value entered at the reference tag is
reached.
7. Change the O.Start tag back to 0.
8. Change the O.Stop tag to 1.
The display on the drive will show a
speed decrease until the drive reaches
0.00 Hz.
9. Change the Stop tag back to 0.
10. Select Go Offline.
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By starting and stopping the drive, you verified:
• the controller is correctly communicating with the drive.
• the drive can receive simple commands.
Additional Resources
Resource
Topic
DeviceNet Modules in Logix5000 Control Systems, publication
DNET-UM004
Describes common procedures and troubleshooting tasks related to
DeviceNet networks.
Logix5000 Controllers Common Procedures Programming
Manual, publication 1756-PM001
Provides details about adding and configuring modules, establishing
communication, and writing ladder logic.
PowerFlex 40 Adjustable Frequency AC Drive User Manual,
publication 22B-UM001
Provides information about installing, programming, editing
parameters, and troubleshooting the PowerFlex 70 drive.
PowerFlex 70 EtherNet/IP Adapter User Manual, publication
22COMM-UM004
Provides process for installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the
adapter.
PowerFlex 70 ControlNet Adapter User Manual, publication
22COMM-UM006
Provides process for installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the
adapter.
PowerFlex 70 DeviceNet Adapter User Manual, publication
20COMM-UM003
Provides process for installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the
adapter.
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14
Create a PanelView Plus Application
In Chapter 10, you used ladder logic in the RSLogix 5000 software to create a push
button that controlled an LED indicator on a digital output module. In this chapter
you create a push button and a multi-state indicator in RSView that use that ladder
logic. You also transfer the application to the PanelView Plus so you can test
communication with the controller.
Before You Begin
• Prepare the PanelView Plus, see Chapter 6
• Create a project in RSLogix 5000, see Chapter 10
What You Need
• RSView Studio Machine Edition software
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Follow These Steps
If you have a PanelView Plus terminal, complete these steps.
Create a New
Application
page 185
Create an RSLinx
Enterprise
Configuration in
RSView ME
page 186
Create Device
Shortcuts to the
Controller
page 188
Create the
OB16_Light
Indicator
page 196
Create a Push
Button
page 199
Test the Indicator
and Push Button
page 201
Add a Goto
Configuration Mode
Button
Assign Keys
page 204
Assign an Initial
Screen
page 205
Transfer to the
PanelView Plus
page 206
Test the Application
on the PanelView
Plus
page 208
page 203
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Create a New Application
All controllers
1. Launch RSView Studio software.
2. If prompted, select
Machine Edition and
click Continue.
3. Select the New tab.
4. In the Application Name
field, type a name (do not
use spaces) and click
Create.
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Create an RSLinx Enterprise Configuration in RSView ME
All controllers
1. In the RSView Studio organizer,
expand RSLinx Enterprise and
double-click Communication Setup.
2. Click Finish.
RSLinx Enterprise opens.
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The Local tab defines the path from the computer to the controller.
The Target tab defines the path from the PanelView Plus terminal to the controller.
Local
Computer
Target
Controller
The computer needs to
communicate with the
controller when you are in
Test Run mode. This path
is defined on the Local
tab.
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The PanelView Plus
terminal also needs to
communicate with the
controller, but that is
sometimes a different path.
This path is defined on the
Target tab.
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Create Device Shortcuts to the Controller
1769-L32E or 1769-L35E controllers
(for a 1769-L32C or 1769-L35CR controllers, skip to page 190;
for a 1769-L31 controller, skip to page 193)
1. Expand the EtherNet/IP tree, select your controller and click Add.
2. Type a shortcut name (do not use spaces) and click Apply.
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3. Click Copy.
4. Click Yes.
5. Select the Target tab to view the path from the PanelView Plus
terminal to the controller.
6. Click the shortcut and verify that your contoller is highlighted.
7. Click OK.
8. Skip to Create the OB16_Light Indicator on page 196.
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1769-L32C or 1769-L35CR controllers
(to complete this step on the 1769-L32E or 1769-L35E controllers, see page 188;
for a 1769-L31 controller, skip to page 193)
1. Right-click RSLinx
Enterprise and
select Add Driver.
2. Select the 1784-PCIC(S)
driver and click OK.
3. Define the properties for the
ControlNet card.
a. Keep the default Name to
represent the card in the
computer.
b.Select an available
ControlNet node Address
for the card in the
computer.
c. Select any Slot number
other than 0 (which is
reserved).
The slot number does not
matter, so any number other
than 0 works.
d.Click OK.
5. Expand the Backplane tree, select your controller and click Add.
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6. Enter a shortcut name (do not use spaces) and click Apply.
7. Click Copy.
8. Click Yes.
9. Select the Target tab to view the path from the PanelView Plus
terminal to the controller.
10. Click the shortcut and verify that your controller is highlighted.
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11. Right-click the 1784-PCIC(S)
driver and select
Properties.
12. Change the Name to
represent the ControlNet
adapter on your
PanelView Plus.
13. Assign an unused
ControlNet node Address.
to the ControlNet
communication module
on the PanelView Plus.
14. Change the Slot to 01.
15. Click OK.
The name of the
ControlNet adapter
updates.
16. Click OK.
17. Skip to Create the OB16_Light
Indicator on page 196.
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(to complete this step on the 1769-L32E or 1769-L35E controllers, see page 188;
to complete this step on the 1769-L32C or 1769-L35CR controllers, see page 190)
IMPORTANT
Before you add the Serial driver in the following steps, you must stop and delete the
Serial driver in RSLinx Classic.
Depending on the messages that display, you might have to take all programming
and configuration software offline by selecting File > Exit and Shutdown in
RSLinx Classic.
1. Right-click RSLinx
Enterprise and
select Add Driver.
2. Select the Serial DF1
driver and click OK.
3. Select the Comm Port on your
computer to which you connected
the 1756-CP3 cable.
4. In the Devices field, select Logix
Platform.
5. Check the Use
Auto-configuration checkbox and
click OK.
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6. Expand the Backplane tree, select your controller and click Add.
7. Type a shortcut name (do not use spaces) and click Apply.
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8. Click Copy.
9. Click Yes.
10. Select the Target tab to view the path from the PanelView Plus
terminal to the controller.
11. Click the shortcut and verify that your controller is highlighted.
12. Click OK.
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Create the OB16_Light Indicator
All controllers
1. In RSView ME, under
Graphics, right-click
Displays and select New.
2. Under Objects on the main
menu, select Indicator >
Multistate.
3. Click and drag to
create the indicator.
4. Right-click and select Properties.
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5. On the General
tab, select 2 for the
Number of states.
6. On the States tab, verify that
State0 is selected.
7. In the Caption, type Light
is OFF.
8. Select State1.
9. In the Caption, type Light
is ON.
10. Change the Back Color to
yellow.
11. Change the Caption Color to black.
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15. On the Connections tab,
click ... under Tag.
16. Right click your project and
select Refresh All Folders.
17. Expand the controller
shortcut and select Online >
Program: Main Program.
18. Select xxxx_Light (the
name of your light in ladder
logic) and click OK.
The Indicator tag is
populated.
19. Click OK.
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Create a Push Button
All controllers
1. From the Objects menu, select
Push Button > Maintained.
2. Click and drag to create the
push button beneath the
indicator.
3. Right-click the push button
you just created and select
Properties.
4. On the States tab, verify
that State0 is selected.
5. In the Caption, type Push
to turn light ON.
6. Select State1.
7. In the Caption, type Push to turn
light OFF.
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8. Select the Connections tab.
9. In the Value row, click ...
under Tag.
10. Expand your controller
shortcut and select Online >
Program; MainProgram.
11. Select PB and click OK.
The Value tag is populated.
12. Click OK.
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Test the Indicator and Push Button
All controllers
1. Verify that the keyswitch on
your controller is moved to
Run.
2. Right-click an unused area of
the display and select Display
Settings.
3. Change the Maximum Tag
Update Rate to 0.05.
4. Click OK and then click OK
again.
5. Click the Play button.
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6. Click the Push Button to toggle the state and turn the light on and off.
You could view the connected logic in the Main Program of the project you
created in Chapter 10.
7. Click the Stop button.
8. Save your changes.
When prompted for a title for the
display, type test_logic.
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Add a Goto Configuration Mode Button
All controllers
1. From the Objects menu,
choose Advanced > Goto
Configure Mode.
2. Click and drag to create the
Goto button next to the
push button.
3. Right-click the pushbutton
and select Properties.
4. On the Label tab, enter
Goto Config for the
caption.
5. Click OK.
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Assign Keys
All controllers with PanelView Plus terminals without a touchscreen
If your PanelView Plus does not have a touch screen, you must assign functions
keys to the display buttons.
If your PanelView Plus has a touchscreen, skip to page 205.
1. Right-click the Push Button
and select Key Assignments.
2. Under Select an object, verify
that MaintainedPushButton is
selected.
3. Select a function key and click
Apply.
This example uses F2.
4. Under Select an object, select
GotoConfigureMode.
5. Select a different function key
and click Apply.
This example uses F8.
6. Click OK.
7. Add the function key names to
the button captions (including
both states of the indicator).
8. Save your changes.
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Assign an Initial Screen
All controllers
1. Under System, double-click
Startup.
2. Check the Initial
graphic checkbox and
select test_logic.
3. Click OK.
4. Save your changes.
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Transfer to the PanelView Plus
All controllers
1. Under Application, select
Create Runtime Application.
2. In Save as type, select the
Runtime version that matches
your PanelView Plus firmware.
To check the PanelView Plus
firmware revision, on the
terminal select Terminal Setting
[F4] > System Information >
About RSViewME Station
3. Click Save to accept the default
file name.
4. From the Tools menu, choose
Transfer Utility.
5. Click the ... button, select the .mer file you just created and click Open.
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6. Verify that the Replace communications checkbox is checked and verify
that your PanelView Plus is selected for the destination terminal.
7. Click Download.
8. Click OK.
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Test the Application on the PanelView Plus
All controllers
1. On the PanelView Plus, press
Load Application [F1].
2. Select your .mer file and
press Load [F2].
3. Press Yes [F7].
4. After the application loads, press
Run Application [F2].
5. Press the Push Button. Verify that the indicator turns on and that the light on
the Compact digital output module turns on.
6. Press the Push Button again and verify that the indicator and light turn off.
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Additional Resources
Resource
Description
RSView online help
Contains procedures and information for all RSView-specific topics.
PanelView Plus Terminal User Manual,
publication 2711p-UM001
Provides descriptions and procedures for the use of the PanelView Plus terminal.
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Network Worksheet
Network Worksheet
EtherNet/IP
Enter EtherNet/IP data in the following table. Ethernet addresses (MAC) should be entered by
using digits 1...9 and letters A...F. An example Ethernet address (MAC) is 00:00:BC:21:D7:BE.
Data For
Ethernet Address (MAC)
Assigned IP Address
Example Assigned
IP Address
Controller
192.168.1.103
Computer
Not needed.
192.168.1.116
POINT I/O adapter
192.168.1.101
PowerFlex40 drive
192.168.1.107
PowerFlex70 drive
192.168.1.109
PanelView Plus
terminal
Not needed.
192.168.1.105
For all EtherNet/IP addresses, the subnet mask is (from page 33): ______.______.______.______
This quick start uses the example EtherNet/IP subnet mask:
225 255 255
0
______.______.______.______
DeviceNet Network
1769-SDN Module Information
Series No. (from page 21 )
Node No. (from Page 90 )
Slot No. (from Page 90 )
RSNetWorx DeviceNet Configuration File Information
Main configuration file name (from page 92):
.dnt
______________________________________
.dnt
Subnet configuration file name and path (from page 116): _________________________________
ControlNet Network
ControlNet Node Numbers
Device
Controller
Computer
1734-ACNR
adapter
PowerFlex 70
drive
PowerFlex 40
drive
Node No.
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notes, sample code and links to software service packs, and a MySupport
feature that you can customize to make the best use of these tools.
For an additional level of technical phone support for installation,
configuration, and troubleshooting, we offer TechConnect support programs.
For more information, contact your local distributor or Rockwell Automation
representative, or visit http://support.rockwellautomation.com.
Installation Assistance
If you experience a problem within the first 24 hours of installation, please
review the information that's contained in this manual. You can also contact a
special Customer Support number for initial help in getting your product up
and running.
United States
1.440.646.3434
Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm EST
Outside United
States
Please contact your local Rockwell Automation representative for any
technical support issues.
New Product Satisfaction Return
Rockwell Automation tests all of its products to ensure that they are fully
operational when shipped from the manufacturing facility. However, if your
product is not functioning and needs to be returned, follow these
procedures.
United States
Contact your distributor. You must provide a Customer Support case
number (see phone number above to obtain one) to your distributor in
order to complete the return process.
Outside United
States
Please contact your local Rockwell Automation representative for the
return procedure.
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Supersedes Publication IASIMP-QS001A-EN-P - January 2006
Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.
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