MFET 374 - Lab 3 - Spr 10 - MFET 374 Manufacturing...

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Lab #3, Using The SLC-500 Message Instruction page 1 of 12 MFET 374 Manufacturing Integration I Spring 2010 Laboratory Assignment #3 Using The SLC-500 Message Instruction Objectives: In this exercise you will: Learn how to assign an IP address to a SLC-5/05 controller Configure the RSLinx Ethernet driver Learn how to network data between two PLCs using a message instruction Use both non-repeating and repeating message instructions Preparation: It is assumed you have read the following power point presentations: SLC-500 Overview SLC-500 Fundamentals SLC-500Message Instruction Overview For more details refer to the SLC-500 Instruction Set Reference Manual (Publication 1747- RM001G-EN-P - November 2008) for more details about the message instruction. Note: this manual has been posted on the MFET 374 web site. Background: This assignment will be performed using the offline PLCs at the wall. Figure 1 illustrates the PC/PLC offline stations. Figure 1 - The Offline Workstations Sta 6 Sta 5 Sta 4 Sta 1 Sta 2 Sta 3
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Lab #3, Using The SLC-500 Message Instruction page 2 of 12 Table 1 indicates which stations will be used by each lab group: Table 1 – Offline Station Assignments Lab groups: Will network data between stations: 1 1 & 2 2 3 & 4 3 5 & 6 Table 2 illustrates the IP addresses that will be assigned to each PLC: Table 2 – PLC IP Addresses Station: ControlLogix PLC IP Address: SLC-500 PLC IP Address: 6 192.168.2. 6 5 192.168.2. 6 4 5 192.168.2. 5 5 192.168.2. 5 4 4 192.168.2. 4 5 192.168.2. 4 4 3 192.168.2. 3 5 192.168.2. 3 4 2 192.168.2. 2 5 192.168.2. 2 4 1 192.168.2. 1 5 192.168.2. 1 4 Phase 1: In this phase you will learn how to assign an IP address to a SLC-5/05 processor. Channel 1 of the SLC- 5/05 is a built in Ethernet port. There are two ways to configure channel 1 of the SLC-5/05 processor: The configuration can be done using a BOOTP request when the processor is powered up. When using this approach an IP address is dynamically assigned to the processor. To use BOOTP, a BOOTP server must exist on the local Ethernet subnet. The server is a computer that has BOOTP server software installed and reads a text file containing network information for individual nodes on the network. The configuration can be done manually by setting the appropriate configuration parameters using RSLogix500. Working offline , you can manually assign an IP address to channel 1. After manually entering the appropriate IP address, the program is downloaded serially to the PLC over channel 0. Once the program is downloaded serially, the SLC-5/05 processor is assigned a known IP address.
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Lab #3, Using The SLC-500 Message Instruction page 3 of 12 In the steps outlined below, we will assign a static IP address manually by downloading the information serially over channel 0. Before you begin, write down the Ethernet address (hardware address) of each of your SLC-5/05
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course MFET 374 taught by Professor T.e.kostek during the Spring '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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MFET 374 - Lab 3 - Spr 10 - MFET 374 Manufacturing...

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