MFET 374 - Lab 1 - Spr 10

MFET 374 - Lab 1 - Spr 10 - MFET 374 Manufacturing...

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Lab #1, SLC-500 Fundamentals – Part 1 page 1 of 15 MFET 374 Manufacturing Integration I Spring 2010 Laboratory Assignment #1 SLC-500 Fundamentals - Part 1 Objectives: In this exercise you will: Learn how to wire discrete I/O to a SLC-500 PLC Work with both a 2-wire and a 3-wire inductive proximity switch Use RSLogix500 to enter and edit a SLC-500 program Learn how to configure RSLinx in order to communicate serially with a SLC-5/05 processor Preparation: It is assumed you have read the following power point presentations: SLC-500 Overview SLC-500 Fundamentals Phase 1 – Wire the system In this phase you will wire the following inputs to the SLC-500 discrete input module: Input Device Notes IN 0 Start pushbutton (green) This pushbutton is normally open IN 1 Stop pushbutton (red) This pushbutton is normally closed IN 2 2 wire inductive proximity switch IN 3 3 wire inductive proximity switch You will also wire the following outputs to the SLC-500 discrete output module: Output Device OUT 0 Green Pilot light OUT 1 Amber Pilot light OUT 2 Red Pilot light
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Lab #1, SLC-500 Fundamentals – Part 1 page 2 of 15 Proceed as follows : 1) Determine which modules you are working with. Complete the following table: Slot Number: Module Part Number: 0 1 2 3 With respect to the processor module, also note the OS (operating system) number and series (letter) in the space provided below: ___________________________________________________________ 2) Using standard electrical symbols, neatly sketch how the inputs should be wired to the discrete input module (1746-IB16): 1746-IB16
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Lab #1, SLC-500 Fundamentals – Part 1 page 3 of 15 3) Using standard electrical symbols, neatly sketch how the outputs should be wired to the discrete output module (1746-OB16): *** Show your electrical Drawings to your Instructor before moving on to step 4 *** 4) Based on the above electrical drawings, wire the field devices to the SLC-500. *** Make sure power is NOT on while you are wiring the field devices to the PLC! *** *** Before applying power you must have your instructor inspect your wiring *** 1746-OB16
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Lab #1, SLC-500 Fundamentals – Part 1 page 4 of 15 Phase 2 – Test your wiring Step 1 – Setup Communications: Before we can test our wiring we have to be able to communicate with the PLC. In this assignment we will communicate with the SLC-5/05 processor using RS-232 serial communications. The SLC-5/05 has a built in RS-232 serial port known as channel 0. Set up communications with the SLC-5/05 processor as follows: 1) Start up RSLinx. Tip: RSLinx should be running as a service in the lower right hand corner of your display: 2) Setup the DF1 serial driver in RSLinx: a) Select Configure Drivers … from the Communications menu: b) Select the “RS-232 DF1 devices” driver and then click on the Add New button: Click here to run RSLinx
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Lab #1, SLC-500 Fundamentals – Part 1 page 5 of 15 c) Click on the Auto-Configure button: Notes The PLC must be powered up. : The proper RS-232 serial cable must be connected from COM 1 of your PC to channel 0 of the
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