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Studio 5000 Logix Designer: A Learning Guide for ControlLogix Basics

Studio 5000 Logix Designer: A Learning Guide for ControlLogix Basics

by Gary D. Anderson


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Studio 5000 Logix Designer: A Learning Guide for ControlLogix Basics

Presents instructions and programming concepts in an easy to follow, step-by-step method by highlighting essential methods and techniques of using Studio 5000 Logix Designer software, and the ControlLogix platform.

This book illustrates essential techniques and practices for effectively using Studio 5000 development software to build ControlLogix solutions by addressing key elements of PAC program development that must be understood, and built upon, to gain proficiency in troubleshooting or developing ControlLogix based projects.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781734189889
Publisher: Gary Anderson
Publication date: 01/17/2020
Pages: 160
Product dimensions: 7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.34(d)

About the Author

Mr. Anderson's career background has been in the field of industrial automation and CNC controls for over 30 years. His educational background is in electrical and electronics technology with a degree in Career and Technical education.

Table of Contents

Why RSLogix 5000

Integrated Architecture

Understanding Asynchronous Control

ControlLogix Controllers

CompactLogix Controllers

Firmware Revisions

Using ControlFlash

Project Organization:

Tasks – Continuous, Periodic, or Event

Programs & Routines

I/O Modules

Configuration of Modules

Analog Module Configuration

Digital Module Configuration

Specialty & Communication Modules

I/O Address Structure & Tag Creation

Understanding Tags

Tag Types

Tag Syntax Rules

Controller Scope & Program Scope

Creating Base & Alias Tags

Summary on Produced & Consumed Tags

Creating Produced & Consumed Tags

Creating & Using Add-On Instructions (AOI)

Creating & Using Arrays

The Need for Buffering:

Buffering for I/O Data

Using Parameters to Buffer

Fault-Finding & Recovery:

Fault Routine Placement

Using GSV & SSV Instructions

Creating a User-Defined Data-Type (UDT)

User-Defined Faults

Power-Up Handler

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