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Conversion versus Translation
PLC Logic Conversion Services Provided by Rockwell Automation
Service Features
One-stop PLC Program Conversion Services
Service Benefits
Services Offered
Basic Conversion Package
Conversion Plus Initial Clean-up Package
Additional Options
Additional Program Conversions Available
Chapter 1
Hardware Conversion
S7 Local I/O
Selection and Configuration of S7 I/O Components
Logix Local I/O
Selection and Configuration of Logix I/O Components
S7 Remote I/O
S7 remote I/O
Configuration of S7 Profibus DP Remote I/O
Logix Distributed I/O
Configuration of Logix Distributed I/O
Networks in S7
Networks in Logix
Conversion of Systems Containing Distributed Controllers
Hardware and Software Implementation
Connecting Siemens and Rockwell Automation Devices
Controllers
Distributed Devices
Chapter 2
Logix Features that May Not be Familiar to S7 Users
S7 Organization Blocks Compared to Logix Tasks
Organization Blocks in S7
Tasks in Logix
Task Monitor
Data Areas in S7
Data in Logix
Logix Ladder Diagram
Logix Structured Text
Logix Function Block Diagram
Logix Sequential Function Chart
Conversion of STEP 7 Code to Logix
Arrays not Pointers
Add-On Instructions Add-On Instruction Summary
Backing Tags
The Common Industrial Protocol (CIP)
Viewing the Network
Data Exchange between Controllers
Send / Receive in STEP 7
Produced / Consumed Tags in Logix
Phase Manager Phase Management in STEP 7
PhaseManager in Logix
Coordinated System Time (CST)
No Accumulators or Special Registers needed
Chapter 3
Conversion of System Software and Standard Functions
Date and Time Setting and Reading
Status – for OBs and Tasks
Timers
Conversion Routines
String Handling Routines
Examples of System Function Calls
Setting the Clock
Disabling Interrupts
Get Faults
Module Information
Get Scan Time
Chapter 4
Conversion of Typical Program Structures
Ladder Logic Translation
Conversion Code Examples 83
Jumps and Decision Making
Arrays
User Data Types
Pointers and Arrays
State Machine
STEP 7 State Machine
Strings
STEP 7 Temporary Variables
Functions
Block Copy, COP and CPS
Mathematical Expressions
Other Topics Related to Programming
Scope of Variables
OBs, Tasks, and Scheduling
A Larger Example - Control Module
Components of the CM
User Data Type Valve
The Add-On Instruction
Add-On Instruction Local Data
Call-up
Chapter 5
Common Mistakes when Converting to Logix
Not Selecting Appropriate Hardware
Not Selecting Appropriate Hardware 129
Underestimating Impact of Task Scheduling
Performing Translation Instead of Conversion
Not Using the Most Appropriate Logix Languages
Implementation of Incorrect Data Types – DINT versus INT
Add DINTs
Add INTs
Timing Results
User Code Emulating Existing Instructions
User Code
COP Instruction
Not Handling Strings in Optimal Way
Chapter 6
S7 to Logix Glossary
Hardware Terminology
Software Terminology
Appendix A
S7 300 and S7 400 Parts and RA Equivalents
Compact S7 300 CPUs
Standard S7 300 CPUs
Technology S7 300 CPUs
Fail-Safe S7 300 CPUs
S7 300 Digital Input Modules
S7 300 Digital Output Modules
S7 300 Relay Output Modules
S7 300 Digital Combo Modules
S7 300 Analog Input Modules
S7 300 Analog Output Modules
S7 300 Analog Combo Modules
S7 400 Standard Controllers
Redundant and Fail Safe Controllers
Digital Input Modules
Digital Output Modules
Analog Input Modules
Analog Output Modules
Appendix B
Siemens HMI Cross Reference Table
SIMATIC Micro Panels and Rockwell Automation Equivalents
SIMATIC Micro Panels and Rockwell Automation Equivalents 149
SIMATIC Panels - 7x Series and Rockwell Automation Equivalents
SIMATIC Panels - 7x Series Rockwell Automation Solution
SIMATIC Panels - 17x Series and Rockwell Automation Equivalents
SIMATIC Panels - 17x Series Rockwell Automation Solution
SIMATIC Panels - 27x Series and Rockwell Automation Equivalents
SIMATIC Panels - 27x Series Rockwell Automation solution
SIMATIC Multi Panels - 27x Series and Rockwell Automation Equivalents
SIMATIC Multi Panels - 27x Series Rockwell Automation Solution
SIMATIC Multi Panels - 37x Series and Rockwell Automation Equivalents
SIMATIC Multi Panels - 37x Series Rockwell Automation Solution
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