A presentation on
Allen-Bradley’s
RSLogix 5000 and RSLogix 500
Jim Bonner
in association with
NetWorks National Extern Program
Installing and using RSLogix 5000 and
RSLogix 500
Why Choose RSLogix 5000?

Innovations

No need to point to physical memory addresses when writing code.

Use names to represent data variables.
RSLogix 5000 :
No access to memory addresses
RSLogix 500 :
Can access memory directly
Low-level language
Installing and using RSLogix 5000 and
RSLogix 500
More advantages:
Used to program all five Rockwell Automation Logix
platforms:
 ControlLogix
 CompactLogix
 FlexLogix
 SoftLogix5800
 DriveLogix.
Connecting hardware

Devicenet variable speed drives

Ethernet wireless control

PanelView control / monitoring of equipment

Peer to Peer connectivity
Why Choose RSLogix 5000?
State-of-the-art for most industries that are not locked
into corporate “brand” PLC:
 Fanuc for the many GE subsidiaries
 TOYO for Toyota
Why Choose RSLogix 5000?
Additional advantage:
Used to program all five Rockwell Automation Logix
platforms:
•FlexLogix
•ControlLogix
•SoftLogix5800
•CompactLogix
•PowerFlex 700S DriveLogix
ControlLogix
CompactLogix
 Compact
I/O has a unique modular
rackless design, which both contributes to
system cost savings and reduces parts
inventory
 Its communication bus, typically found in
the I/O rack, is instead integrated into
each Compact I/O module
SLC 500 family
SLC 500 5/03 vs. 5/01 processors

Simple and affordable processors with broad capabilities to
address applications such as material handling, HVAC
control, assembly operations, small process control, and
SCADA applications.

Advanced instruction-set based on PLC-5 mid-size
processors.

Broad line of digital and analog I/O modules, including
intelligent I/O modules and including I/O modules available
from third-party vendors (Encompass™ program).

Each SLC 5/01 processor has a DH-485 port for
programming and processor-to-processor communication
initiated from the other node.

SLC 5/02, SLC 5/03, SLC 5/04 and SLC 5/05 processors
have communication ports that can initiate communication
(e.g., Ethernet, DH+, DH-485, or RS-232-C).
SLC 500 5/03 processors
Customize your Processor

Add ControlNet

Add DeviceNet

Add Universal Remote I/O

Add BASIC programming capability
SLC 500 5/03 processors
Customize your Processor

Add ControlNet
– 1771– 1746– 1793– 1794– 1797– 1747-SCNR15 scanner module
SLC 500 5/03 processors
Customize your Processor

Add DeviceNet
– 1791D– 1793– 1794– 1792– 1747-SDN scanner module
SLC 500 5/03 processors
Customize your Processor

Add Universal Remote I/O
– 1746– 1771– 1793– 1794– 1791– 1747-SN scanner module
SLC 500 5/03 processors
Customize your Processor

Add BASIC programming capability
– DH-485
– RS-232 communication ports
– 1746-BAS or 1746-BAS-T module
Why Choose the SLC 500?


Controls hundreds of thousands of processes around the world —
amusement park rides to pharmaceutical processing
15 M processors and 12 M, I/O modules installed worldwide

Used by over 75% of companies comprising the Dow Jones Industrial
Average (DJIA)

Large choice of I/O available from Rockwell Automation and third party
companies, making these products appropriate for almost any
application

Over 100,000 customers trained in the U.S. alone, making this product
one of the most understood of its type
Devicenet Connection and Scanners
1747-SDN Scanner
Installation of RSLogix
Installation of RSLinx
Installation of EDS files
Identifying main window components
Configuring the Display
Configuring the Controller
Creating & Managing Project Files
Organizing Tasks
Program Routines
Tags
Management of Tag Descriptions
Exporting & Importing Tags
Online Editing Functionality

Modify while running

Fine-tune an operating control system
including PID loops

Reduces development time

Aids troubleshooting
Establishing Communications
Using RSLinx as a Service
DH 485
DF1: A communications interface
solution for Rockwell Automation

DF1 protocol is an Allen-Bradley data-link layer protocol
that combines features of subcategories D1 and F1 of
ANSI x3.28 specification.

Half-duplex protocol (master-slave communication)

Full-duplex protocol (peer-to-peer communication)

Formal Driver Type: Serial, Client or Server

Connection type: RS-232 or RS-485
PMO2 Cable
PMO2 Cable
Allen Bradley PLC Replacement Programming Cable for the
Micrologix Series

Allen Bradley: 1761-CBL-PM02

Supports RSLinx communications (DF1 or DH-485)
between SLC 500, controllogix, and 1761 devices:
 For
example:
 NET DNI
 NET AIC
 NET ENI
$14.00 (2nd source)
Devicenet
Mixing Devicenet Cable Types

Mixing Media on a DeviceNet trunk line

Thick, Thin, and Flat (KwikLink) are 120 ohm impedance
cables
Apply the 'weakest link' theory when calculating distances
allowed.
when mixing cables, use KwikLink specs. To determine
maximum length allowed
Return (V-) and shield should be grounded in accordance
with DNet requirements; (reference DN-6.7.2) available on
Rockwell website
Proper grounding discussed in Knowlegebase record
G21030.




Mixing Devicenet Cable Types

http://literature.rockwellautomation.com/idc/gro
ups/literature/documents/in/1761-in002_-mup.pdf

http://literature.rockwellautomation.com/idc/gro
ups/literature/documents/in/1770-in041_-enp.pdf#xml=http://127.0.0.1/texis/search/pdfhi.t
xt?query=knowlegebase+grounding+&pr=literat
ure.rockwellautomation.com&prox=page&rorder
=500&rprox=750&rdfreq=0&rwfreq=0&rlead=2
50&sufs=1&order=r&cq=&id=457b9875b
Mixing Devicenet Cable Types
Go to: www.ab.com/
 Search:
"Advanced Interface Converter"
"installation instructioins“
 Find: “1761-in002_-mu-p.pdf” on list
 Search:
“knowlegebase grounding“
 Choose: “Industrial Automation Wiring and
Grounding Guidelines”
Connectivity
Ethernet

1761 NET ENI

ControlLogix

1761 NET DNI

CompactLogix
CompactLogix 
1761 NET AIC

SLC 500
ControlLogix
Connectivity
Internet

DeviceNET Bus 
DH1 or DH485
Using:
• R$Linx
• 1761 Interface Devices
• PM02 Cable(s)
SoftLogix 5800
CAT 5 Cable
CAT 5 Cable
Stripe
runs along
the length
of wire
White/Green
White/Blue
Cable to Wireless
801.11 Wireless
Laptop
CAT5
Excel
1761NET ENI
RSLinx
PM02
Provides realtime data updates
PLC
PM02
DeviceNET
NET DNI
VSD
3-phase Motor
Cable to VPN
Computer
located
anywhere
VPN
CAT5
1761NET ENI
Excel
RSLinx
PM02
PLC
PM02
DeviceNET
NET DNI
VSD
3-phase Motor
Net AIC control
1770-KFD Module
A
portable RS-232 communication
interface
 Provides
a host computer access to a
DeviceNet network.
1770-KFD Module
DH 485 peer to peer connector
DH 485 Pignose connector
Ethernet Net ENI Control
NET ENI
RS-232
An RS-232 communication channel allows for
simple connectivity to a personal computer for
program upload, download, and monitoring
using multiple protocols, including DF1 FullDuplex.

1761 NET AIC
 Peer-to-peer
messaging capability allows
you to network up to 32 controllers on DH485 (using a 1761-NET-AIC module).
 Advanced
communications
networks, including
DeviceNet and EtherNet/IP
through the 1761-NET-DNI
or 1761-NET-ENI
communication modules
can be used for innovative
connections.
Networks introduction
http://www.ab.com/en/epub/catalogs/12762/2181376/2416247/407648/6202192/2161736/index.htm
l
EtherNET Specs.
http://www.ab.com/en/epub/catalogs/12762/2181376/2416247/407648/6202192/2161736/tab3.html
Devicenet Specs.
http://www.ab.com/en/epub/catalogs/12762/2181376/2416247/407648/6202192/2161736/tab5.html
Serial (DH1) specs.
http://www.ab.com/en/epub/catalogs/12762/2181376/2416247/407648/6202192/2161736/tab6.html
DH485 specs
http://www.ab.com/en/epub/catalogs/12762/2181376/2416247/407648/6202192/2161736/tab7.html
Rockwell Automation (http://www.ab.com)
> Catalogs
> Automation Systems Catalog
> Programmable Controllers
> CompactLogix System
> 1769 CompactLogix System
> Networks
Configuring RSlinx
Features Added to RSLinx 2.41
 1784-PCC
driver enhanced to increase browsing
performance. The node table object on the card
now determines valid nodes instead of RSLinx
browsing for them.
Features Added to RSLinx 2.41
 Support
added for a new item property (I.D. is
5000). This property exists only for
ControlLogix items and will test an item to
determine if it is boolean.
Features Added to RSLinx 2.41
 New
DeviceNet error code added for better
address parsing of parameter errors
Features Added to RSLinx 2.41
More support added for OPC 2.05 compliancy.
Specific support includes:
 Date
and Currency
 Returning errors when values out of range
 Failing the AddItems when requested data type
is invalid
RSLinx V2.5
RSLinx Classic SDK now allows you to develop .NET
OPC client applications using the .NET OPC interface.
Uploading or Downloading Projects
Going online
Run program modes
 Online
programming
 Offline programming
 Test and troubleshooting
Remote run switch
Monitoring Status
Controller status
Data files
Robert Filer, George Leinonen, ISBN
013025603X
Written around Allen-Bradley's popular programmable controllers,
this self-contained, state-of-the-art reference teaches people in the
industry how to write sophisticated programs—on the PLC they are
most likely to encounter on the job.
It contains a wealth of structured programming examples, and the
up-to-date ControlLogix processor. Three techniques for writing PLC
programs are covered: zone control; subroutines; and sequential
function charts.
Systematic steps lead readers away from using a trial-and-error
method of programming in order to increase efficiency by reducing
program writing time, ensuring good documentation, and aiding in
troubleshooting. For manufacturing engineers, control engineers,
production engineers, and plant engineers.
Configuring Function Block Display
Options
Function Block: Boolean Logic
Function Block: Boolean Logic
Function Block: Boolean Logic
Function Block: Boolean Logic
Function Block: Boolean Logic
Softlogix Control
Softlogix 5800 provides virtual PLC control using a PC
and RSLogix 5000.
All RSLinx, DeviceNET, and Ethernet applications apply.
1761-NET-ENI EtherNet/IP Interface
Net ENI
 Network
through any standard RJ45
Ethernet cable
 100
Base-T Port with embedded LEDs
allows connection to provide easy-to-see
link transmit / receive
1761 AIC

Allows linking of SLC 5/03 or 5/04 processors using
DF1 Half-Duplex “master/slave” protocol

Accepts power via the 8-pin mini DIN from a
Compactlogix or SLC 500 controller or an external
power connection

Offers two isolated RS-232 connections – one 9-pin
D-shell one 8-pin mini DIN – to protect connected
devices that may be on different power sources.

Also offer an RS-485 6-pin Phoenix connection for
multi-drop connections
Net DNI control
1761 NET DNI
 The
interface links the controller to other
devices on a DeviceNet network to:
•
•
•
•
download configuration data to a device.
monitor operational status of a device.
communicate with peer devices.
upload/download programs.
PID Control
Summary
 Using
the 1761 series adapters designed
for the Micrologix platform to connect the
controllogix, compactlogix and SLC 500
controllers allows the ultimate in flexibility
between Allen-Bradley components and
industry standard Ethernet and Devicenet
components.
Bibliography
http:// www.ra.rockwell.com
http://literature.rockwellautomation.com
http://epub1.rockwellautomation.com
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