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Mensajeo Entre - ML1100 (1763) Ethernet MSG to CompactLogix (1769) L32E35E

Mensajeo Entre - ML1100 (1763) Ethernet MSG to CompactLogix (1769) L32E35E

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Network Message Example
ML1100 (1763) to CompactLogix (1769L32E, L35E) via Ethernet
 
The following illustrates a ML1100 processor (CH1 Ethernet – IP address 100.100.115.1) sending amessage to a CompactLogix system (1769-L32E or 1769-L35E, CH1 Ethernet IP address 100.100.115.21)via Ethernet.Ethernet cables and an Ethernet hub were used to connect the ML100 and CompactLogix Ethernet portstogether.Software & Hardware info used for testing this application:RSLogix5000 ver 15.00.00 1769-L35E FRN 15.3.24RSLogix500 ver 7.00.00 RSLinx ver 2.50.00.20The following is the Ladder code used in the ML1100 processor to initiate the MSG. Using the DN and ERbits to unlatch the EN bit allows the MSG to run continuously and is the recommended style for both the MLand SLC processors for continuous operation.
 
The following is the Message Setup screen.Notice that MultiHop option is automatically configured for “Yes” once Channel setting has been selectedfor 1 (Integral). Another thing to note is the Routing Information File which is required and unique to theML1100 processor. The “Routing Information File” or RIF is a new file that the ML1100 controller uses tostore Ethernet IP address routing information required to communicate on Ethernet.
* Modifying, adding, or deleting any information in the RIF will cause unexpected MSG executing and communications issues.
The following is the MultiHop setup screen.The destination/target IP address of the CompactLogix L32E/L35E processor is entered in the “To Address”field and than using the “Insert” key on the computers keyboard the second line can be entered allowing theslot number of the processor to be entered. The CompactLogix processor will always reside as slot 0.
 
The following is the ML1100 Data File screen from RSLogix500.
 
Note that the MG10 file and the RI12 file are both present and are required for the operation of the Ethernet MSG instruction. The MG is required for the message execution and the RI for the Ethernet IP routing information.* Modifying, adding, or deleting any information in the RIF or MG will cause unexpected MSG executing and communications issues.

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