MFET 374 PLC-5 Fundamentals Spr 10

MFET 374 PLC-5 Fundamentals Spr 10 - MFET 374,...

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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 PLC-5 Fundamentals 1 MFET 374 Manufacturing Integration I PLC PLC-5 5 Fundamentals Spring ‘10 T.E. Kostek Topics • PLC-5 Classifications The Processor Nam • The Processor Name • Program Files • Addressing • Data Table Files Processor Examples (PLC 5/30 and 5/25 2 • Processor Examples (PLC-5/30 and 5/25)
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 PLC-5 Fundamentals 2 PLC-5 Classifications PLC-5 Classifications • Allen-Bradley PLC-5’s can be classified as follows: PLC-5 Type: Example Processors: Classic PLC-5/10, 5/12, 5/15, 5/25 Enhanced PLC-5/11, 5/20, 5/30, 5/40, 5/40L, 5/60, 5/60L, 5/80 Ethernet PLC-5/20E, 5/40E, 5/80E ControlNet PLC-5/20C, 5/40C, 5/60C, 5/80C 4 Classic PLC-5’s are sometimes called “Original” PLC-5’s Enhanced PLC-5’s are sometimes called “New platform” PLC-5’s
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 PLC-5 Fundamentals 3 PLC-5 Classifications • When a programmer starts a new PLC program with the RSLogix 5 PLC programming software, he must specify the type of processor: 5 Here is where you specify the PLC-5 type. The Processor Name
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 PLC-5 Fundamentals 4 The Processor Name • A PLC-5 program (also called a project ) is organized into files: PLC Project: Program Files Data Table Files + 7 The PLC project consists of program files and data table files. The Processor Name A file viewed using Windows Explore Windows Explorer The program is stored in one file on your computers hard disk. In the above example, the file name is “prs206.RSP” (file extension = . RSP)
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 PLC-5 Fundamentals 5 The Processor Name 9 When creating a new project, you must enter a Processor Name . As shown above, the processor name is VPOSPDS. The Processor Name 10 In RSLinx, the Processor Name (VPOSPDS) is displayed in the RSWho window. In RSLinx the processor name is also called the online name .
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 PLC-5 Fundamentals 6 PLC-5 Program File Program Files Program Files • PLC-5 programs are stored and organized into program files • In a given project, it’s possible to have multiple program files 12 • For a PLC-5 system, program files are numbered 0, 1, 2 , … , 999
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 PLC-5 Fundamentals 7 Program Files – Classic PLC-5’s Program file number: Program file type: 0S y s t e m 1M a i n S F C 2M C P 3 - 999 Ladder subroutines MCP Main Control Program 13 SFC Sequential Function Charts Program Files – Classic PLC-5’s • File 0, System File – This file contains system related information used by the processor such as the processor type, I/O configuration, the processor name, and password (if any) – Users cannot edit or directly view the contents of this file Fil 1 M i SFC 14 • File 1, Main SFC – If Sequential Function Charts are used, the main SFC will reside in program file #1
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 PLC-5 Fundamentals 8 Program Files – Classic PLC-5’s • File 2, Main Control Program (MCP)
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