SLC-500 Message Instruction

SLC-500 Message Instruction - MFET 374, Manufacturing...

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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 2/2/2010 Message Instruction Overview 1 SLC 500 Message Instruction Overview MFET 374 Spring 2010 Topics SLC 5/05 Overview The SLC 500 Message Instruction Program operation Buffers and queues Instruction parameters Setup screen Status bits 2
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 2/2/2010 Message Instruction Overview 2 SLC-5/05 Overview Communications Channels Key switch RJ-45 connector 4 9 pin D-type connector (male)
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 2/2/2010 Message Instruction Overview 3 Communications Channels 5 Connecting to a PC Connecting The SLC-5/05 to an Ethernet network: Switch The computer can be directly connected to channel 1 of the SLC 5/05 however usually the computer communicates SLC-5/05, however, usually the computer communicates through a multi-port switch as shown above. 10Base-T: 10 mega bps, Base = Baseband signaling, T = Twisted pair cable
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 2/2/2010 Message Instruction Overview 4 Connecting to a PC SLC-5/05 Channel 1 RJ45 8-pin Connector Pin Out: 7 Connecting to a PC Connecting the SLC-5/05 Ethernet port to a switch requires the following straight-through connection: Pins 1-1, 2-2, 3-3, 6-6 Connecting the SLC-5/05 Ethernet port to another SLC-5/05 Ethernet port (or a computers Ethernet port) requires the following cross-over connection: Pins 1326316 2 8 Pins 1-3, 2-6, 3-1, 6-2
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 2/2/2010 Message Instruction Overview 5 Setting up Communication Channels in RSLogix500 9 Setting up Communication Channels in RSLogix500 10
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 2/2/2010 Message Instruction Overview 6 The SLC-500 Message Instruction Program Operation Configuration options One time vs. continuous Asynchronous with program scan Buffers and queues 12
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 2/2/2010 Message Instruction Overview 7 Program Operation Configuration options: 13 Program Operation One time vs. continuous One time (or non repeating) implies that you execute one message instruction each time the rung containing the message instruction transitions from false to true. EN – Enable
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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.

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