SLC-500 Overview - Spr 10

SLC-500 Overview - Spr 10 - MFET 374, Manufacturing...

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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/19/2010 SLC-500 Overview 1 MFET 374 Manufacturing Integration I SLC SLC-500 500 Overview Spring 2010 T.E. Kostek Topics • SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s • SLC-500 Processor Types • SLC-500 I/O Chassis • SLC-500 Power Supplies SLC 500 Programming Option 2 • SLC-500 Programming Options • Connecting to a SLC-500 • DH-485 Overview
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/19/2010 SLC-500 Overview 2 SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s How are They Different? • Compared to PLC-5s, SLC-500 systems are: – Smaller – Lighter – Less Expensive •PLC -5 systems are programmed using RSLogix 5 4 SLC-500 systems are programmed using RSLogix 500
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/19/2010 SLC-500 Overview 3 SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s How are They Different? • PLC-5 systems are modular – The SLC-500 family consist of both fixed and modular systems – Modular systems are more common 5 SLC-5/04 on Coil Straightener SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s How are They Different? • PLC-5 systems are configured using DIP switches configuration plugs (jumpers) and switches, configuration plugs (jumpers), and software SLC-500 systems are generally configured via software. • SLC-500 analog I/O modules have DIP switches 6 which allow the user to select voltage or current inputs
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/19/2010 SLC-500 Overview 4 • PLC-5 systems employ the octal number system with respect to I/O and DH+ addressing SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s How are They Different? with respect to I/O and DH+ addressing SLC-500 systems do NOT use octal! 16-point DC input module on the Evana System. 7 Notice inputs are labeled 0 to 15. DC I/O modules are labeled SINK or SOURCE. • PLC-5 systems are addressed using 2-slot, 1-slot, ½ lt dd i SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s How are They Different? or ½-slot addressing SLC-500 do NOT use 2-slot, 1-slot, or ½-slot addressing! – SLC-500 systems use a different addressing scheme 8
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/19/2010 SLC-500 Overview 5 • With respect to a PLC-5 system, the programmer SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s How are They Different? does not have to define the system I/O (that is, the programmer does not have to “tell” RSLogix 5 what module is in each I/O slot) –In a SLC-500 system, the programmer must define all system I/O 9 • In a PLC-5 system, block transfer instructions are SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s How are They Different? used to communicate with: – Intelligent I/O modules located in the processor resident chassis or in a remote chassis – Non-traditional remote I/O devices such as a PanelView (over the remote I/O link) 10 SLC-500 systems only use block transfer instructions to communicate with remote I/O
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/19/2010 SLC-500 Overview 6 • The core network in a PLC-5 system is Data SLC-500s vs. PLC-5s How are They Different?
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