4 - Working with Local IO - Fall 09

4 Working with - MFET 243 Automated Manufacturing I MFET 243 Fall 09 Working with Local I/O Topics Creating a new RSLogix 5000 project Working with

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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 9/16/2009 Working with Local I/O 1 MFET 243 Fall ’09 Working with Local I/O Topics Creating a new RSLogix 5000 project Working with local I/O What is local I/O? Configuring local I/O Creating alias tags 2 Downloading a PLC program Using the tag database to monitor inputs Using the tag database to test outputs
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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 9/16/2009 Working with Local I/O 2 Creating a New RSLogix 5000 Project Creating a new RSLogix 5000 project Select N ew… from the F ile menu 4
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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 9/16/2009 Working with Local I/O 3 Creating a new RSLogix 5000 project Select the 1756-L55 processor Enter name of project Enter a description (optional) All dropline PLCs are 13 slots Click the Browse button and specify where to store the program The controller resides in slot 5 Working with Local I/O
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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 9/16/2009 Working with Local I/O 4 Working with Local I/O What is Local I/O? Local I/O is located in the same chassis as the Logix 5555 controller 7 Working with Local I/O Each dropline PLC has Each dropline PLC has the following local I/O: AC input (1756-IA16) AC output (1756-OA16) DC input (1756-IB16I) 8 DC output (1756-OB16I) Each of the above modules have 16 inputs or outputs.
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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 9/16/2009 Working with Local I/O 5 Working with Local I/O Dropline PLC Module Placement Slot Part Number Description 0 1756-DHRIO/B Channel A: Data Highway Plus, Channel B: Remote I/O 1 1756-CNB/D ControlNet Bridge (Node # = Dropline #), "Global ControlNet" 2 1756-CNB/D ControlNet Bridge (Node # =1), "Local ControlNet" 3 1756-DNB/A DeviceNet Bridge (Node 0 on dropline DeviceNet) 4 1756-ENBT Ethernet Module 5 1756-L55/A Logix 5555 Controller with 7.5 Meg memory expansion 6 1756 IA16/A 16 AC inputs (dropline panel local inputs) 7 1756 OA16/A 16 AC outputs (dropline panel local outputs) 9 8 1756 IB16I/A 16 DC inputs (sink or source, available at patch panel) 9 1756 OB16I/A 16 DC outputs (sink or source, available at patch panel) 10 spare 11 spare 12 spare Working with Local I/O In this class we will use the AC input and AC output modules The AC I/O (Input/Output) modules are used as follows: Some of the AC I/O are wired to the drop line panel 10 Some of the AC I/O are wired to the drop line panel (see next slide) Some of the AC I/O are wired to the trunkline PLC
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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 9/16/2009 Working with Local I/O 6 Working with Local I/O Some of the AC I/O are wired to the dropline panel 11 Working with Local I/O RED_PL AMBER_PL BLUE_PL 12 PB1 PB2 SS0 PB0
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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 9/16/2009 Working with Local I/O 7 Working with Local I/O Control Control Description Base Address Alias Name Comments Pushbutton 0 Normally open momentary pushbutton Local:6:I.Data.0 I_PB0 Typical use = START Pushbutton 1 Normally closed momentary pushbutton Local:6:I.Data.1 I_PB1 Typical use = STOP Pushbutton 2 Normally open/normally closed momentary pushbutton Local:6:I.Data.2 I_PB2_no Goes ON when PB2 is pushed Local:6:I.Data.3 I_PB2_nc Goes OFF when PB2 is pushed
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course MFET 243 taught by Professor T.e.kostek during the Fall '09 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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4 Working with - MFET 243 Automated Manufacturing I MFET 243 Fall 09 Working with Local I/O Topics Creating a new RSLogix 5000 project Working with

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