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Compiled by 阿刹 /Noras’ad Rafiq Bin Sa’ari

ALLEN BRADLEY’S RSLinx Classic VER.2.53.00.CPR9 & RSLogix500 VER.8.10.00.CPR9 USER MANUAL

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Step By Step Installation Hardware Requirements Softeware Requiremens Installing RS Linx Installing RS Logix™500 Step by Step Un-installation Uninstalling RS Linx Uninstalling RS Logix™ 500 Master Key Duplication Transfer Master Key To A Flash Drive RS Linx RS Logix™500 Configure Driver Test Connection

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Creating a new file Exploring RS Logix™500 Creating the first rung Insert instruction Addressing Branching Downloading a ladder logic

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Troubleshooting Port Conflict Restoring Factory Defaults SLC-500 processor

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STEP BY STEP INSTALLATION this tutorial is documented in Windows 7 home premium Procedures may vary ranging from different OS versions.

Hardware requirements - an Intel Pentium II® or greater microprocessor - 128 MB of RAM for Windows NT, Windows 2000, or Windows XP installations (64 MB for Windows 98® installations - 45 MB of available hard disk space - 256-color SVGA graphics adapter with 800x600 resolution - a CD-ROM drive or a flash drive - any Windows-compatible mouse or other pointing device

Software requirements - The operating system must be one of the following: Microsoft Windows 2000 Windows XP (with or without Service Pack 2) Windows Server 2003 (with or without Service Pack 1) Windows Server 2003 R2 - RSLogix 500 will not run on earlier versions of Windows, nor will it run on Windows Vista. - RSLogix 500 relies on RSLinx Classic™ communication software, version 2.51.00 or later.

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Insert the RSLogix 500 CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. OR Insert the Flash drive that contains the installer file for RSLinx. a list of items of the following figure will prompt on the screen. If it does not. Figure 1 RSLinx/RSlinx Classic™ Installer location Double Click the file labelled “RSLinx/RSLinx Classic™” to view its contents. open the installation disk with Windows Explorer and run AUTORUN.EXE. The installation program should start automatically. To install RSLinx Classic Lite software: 1.Installing Rs Linx RSLinx Classic Lite provides communication between the programmable controller and a personal computer. Locate the file which contains the installer files 2. Log onto the computer as an administrator or as a user with administrative privileges. 2 .

Double click this icon Figure 2 Installer file Double click the file “Setup. 3.exe” . and then click Install RSLinx. Click Required Steps. Figure 3 Required Steps 3 .

Follow the directions that appear on the screen Figure 4 Next Accept the End-User License Agreement treaty TICK HERE Figure 5 Accept End-User License Agreement 4 .4.

Edit in details of the customer information

EDIT

Figure 6 Edit information details Choose the features too be included into the installation

CHOOSE FEATURES

Figure 7 Choose features of the installation

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The installation is ready to proceed

Figure 8 Ready to install

Figure 9 Installation in progress

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The installation is complete.

Figure 10 Installation complete

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EXE. and then click Install RSLogix™ 500. Locate the file which contains the installer files Figure 11 RSLogix™ Installer location Double Click the file labelled “RSLogix™ 500” to view its contents. Insert the RSLogix 500 CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Click Required Steps. open the installation disk with Windows Explorer and run AUTORUN.Installing RSLogix™ 500 1. 8 . a list of items of the following figure will prompt on the screen. If it does not. The installation program should start automatically. Log onto the computer as an administrator or as a user with administrative privileges. OR Insert the Flash drive that contains the installer file for RSLogix™500. 2.

Accept the End-User License Agreement Treaty TICK HERE Figure 13 Next and accepting End User Agreement 9 .Double click this icon Figure 12 RSLogix™ 500 Installer file 3. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to install the software.

Organization and License Key and click Next KEY IN DATA LICENSE KEY Figure 14 Key in relevant data Note : The license key is stored in the Instructions.Key in relevant data.txt file located in the Install Instructions folder. User Name. Figure 15 License key location 10 .

11 .Choose installation type. complete or custom and then click next CHOOSE Figure 16 choose type of installation Click Install to proceed with the installation Figure 17 Install the pogram Wait for the installation to complete.

the setup program displays a window asking if you want to enable FactoryTalk Security. 12 . If you do not want to use FactoryTalk Security to control user access to function of RSLogix 500.Figure 18 Installation in progress Click Finish to complete the installation Figure 19 Installation complete 4. make sure the Enable FactoryTalk Security box is unchecked. If you installed the FactoryTalk Automation Platform: During the installation. and then click Next.

Step by step Un-installation Un-installing RS Linx 1. Click on Programs Click Figure 21 Control Panel window 13 .5. 2. Click Start and click Control Panel Control Panel Start Figure 20 accessing the control panel 3. Both software are ready to be used. Log onto the computer as an administrator or as a user with administrative privileges. In the Control Panel window.

click Uninstall a program Click Figure 22 Uninstall a program 5. scroll down the list until you can find the RS Linx software Figure 23 Program List 6.4. click Uninstall Click Select Figure 24 Selecting RS LInx 14 . In the program list. Select the RS Linx software. on the organize tab. In the programs window.

click Uninstall Click Select Figure 26 Selecing RS Logix™500 7. on the organize tab. In the program list. Wait for the program to be removed from the system. scroll down the list until you can find the RS Logix™ 500 software 6. 15 . Click Yes to uninstall RS Linx Figure 25 Click Yes to uninstall RS Linx 8. Wait for the program to be removed from the system.7. Select the RS Logix™500 software. Uninstalling RS Logix™ 500 The initial steps for uninstalling RS Logix™ 500 is the same for uninstalling steps for RS Linx from step 1 until step 4 5. Click Yes to uninstall RS Logix™500 8.

Follow the Instructions that follow.Key. Use the "Rockwell. 16 . Prepare an empty floppy disk or use a virtual drive. 2.exe" in the "install instructions" folder. Figure 27 License Key duplicator 3. Follow the instructions Click here Figure 28 Rockwell Super Key Prepare an empty floppy disk or use a virtual floppy drive and click Create.MASTER KEY DUPLICATION 1.Super.

Figure 30 Progress in creating the master key 17 .Click on Yes to overwrite the floppy disk. Click here Figure 29 Rockwell Super Key Wait for the process to finish.

the empty floppy disk/virtual drive will become a "MASTER DISK" 18 .Click here Figure 31 Master key successful created Click on OK to complete the process 4.

The steps below will describe the appropriate way to move an activation file from a master (floppy) disk. or Hard Drive to a USB Flash Drive. You can check the current format of a Flash Drive by right clicking it in Windows Explorer and selecting Properties. 19 .TRANSFER MASTER KEY TO A FLASH DRIVE A special build of the EVMOVE Program has been created in response to the growing number of PC's and Laptops that are created without a Floppy Drive. Format the USB Flash Drive to FAT32 Right Click Double Click Figure 32 Format Flash Drive Right Click the flash drive Double click on Format… in the list pane Note    : FAT or NTFS formats on the flash drive are not recommended and has not been proven to work well with this procedure Make sure any information is copied off of the Flash Drive BEFORE the format. 1.

zip onto the USB Flash Drive RightClick OR Send to flash drive Copy and Paste into flash drive Figure 34 Downloading the EVmoveCF. let it be) Click Start to begin the format. select Default| Under Volume Label.zip onto the flash drive 20 . edit in the desired label name Under Format options.FAT32 DEFAULT Edit in Label Un-tick Click Figure 33 Formatting flash drive Under File System select format FAT32 Under Allocation unit size. 2. Download the EVMOVECF. Un-tick Quick format if the box is ticked (if the box is unticked.

the difference is that EVMOVECF is designed to recognize Compact Flash Drives. Use EVMOVECF to move the activation from the Master (floppy) disk. to the USB Flash Drive  EVMOVECF looks and operates just like EVMOVEW. or harddrive. : : Select drive letter that contains the floppy drive/virtual drive of the License keys Select drive letter that contains the flash drive. Extract the Contents 3. 21 . Double-Click to use Double-Click Figure 35 Use EvMovCF Select the drive letters. 1st Slot 2nd Slot Figure 36 Select drive 1st Slot 2nd Slot Click OK.

22 .Key in value Select License Click Figure 37 Selecting License Select the Key from the list Click Edit Selected… Key in the number of Licenses to be moved Click Move Figure 38 Successful transfer Click OK to exit EvMoveCF.

Use EVMOVEW to move the activation from the Flash Drive onto the Harddrive of the designated machine Double-Click Double-Click to use Figure 39 Use EvMoveW Moving the License Keys is similar to EvMoveCF but the only difference is 1st Slot 2nd Slot Figure 40 Selecing drive 1st Slot 2nd Slot : : From the flash drive The targeted HDD (Hard drive) NOTE : In case if the flash drive has the unformatable folder or files and if it is formatted as FAT 32 please continue normally and proceed with the move. Also note that once the format is complete the flash drive can continue to be used normally with regular files being added to it. 23 .4.

1. it is strongly recommended to upload the activation file back the master key into the flash drive.NOTE : In case of possibilities of reformatting the computer that contains the master key. Use EvMoveCF found inside the flash drive to move the activation file from the Harddrive onto the Flash Drive 1st Slot 2nd Slot Figure 41 Us EvMoveCF 1st Slot 2nd Slot : : From the HDD The targeted flash drive Key in value Select License Click Figure 42 selecting License 24 .

Select the Key from the list Click Edit Selected… Key in the number of Licenses to be moved Click Move Figure 43 Successful transfer Click OK to exit EvMoveCF. 25 .

RS Logix™ 500 RSLinx 26 .

Double-click “RSLinx Lite/RSlinx Classic” OR Use either one of the two shortcuts provided OR Startup toolbar RSLinx shortcut Figure 45 Desktop shortcut for RSLinx Figure 46 Startup shortcut for RSLinx 27 .RS Linx NOTE : This part is for un-configured communication drivers If drivers have been configured. select sub-category “RSLinx”. Hover to “All Programs” and select. Proceed to “Rockwell Software”. skip to creating new file Step 4 Step 3 Step 1 Step 2 Figure 44 : Initialization of RSLogix Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 : : : : Click “Start” from the taskbar.

RSLinx will load and resembling the following window.. Select and click “Configure Dirvers.” OR Use the shortcut. 28 . Figure 47 RSLinx Configure driver Step 1 Step 2 Figure 48 Configuring driver connection Step 1 Step 2 : : Hover to the communications tab.

ie: if a RS-232 cable is used for connection then the RS-232 driver should be used for configuration. 2 1 Figure 51 Add new driver 29 .A window will appear. a list panel will pop-up Figure 50 Select driver Step 2 : Select the driver1 for communications to be used and then click “Add New”2 Note : The drivers are dependent on the type of connections being used between the PLC and the computer. Figure 49 Driver window Step 1 : Hover to the arrow under “Available Device Types” and click it. it’ll appear to look like the figure below.

Step 3 : After selecting the driver. click “Auto-Configure” to configure the driver automatically. it’ll ask the user to rename the driver (if there is no desired name. another window will prompt. then leave it is. Click here Figure 53 Auto-configure new driver 30 . as it’ll use the default systems name sequence) and click ok Rename Figure 52 Rename new driver Step 4 : A window will appear resembling the following figure.

31 . 1 2 Figure 56 RSWho Or use its shortcut. hover to the communications1 tab and select “RSWho”2.The box beside the Auto-configure button will display “Auto Configuration Successful!” Figure 54 Auto-configure Successful Then click “OK” to proceed Click here Figure 55 Confirmation Test Connection Step 1 : From the RSLinx window.

e. of the configured 2 driver .Step 2 : 1 Click the plus sign. i.e. revealing the components that are connected through the driver.: 1 2 Figure 57 connection Connected components Connection confirmation Figure 58 connection confirmation Note : if the connections of the components appear to be faulty i.: Figure 59 connection error 32 .

:- Figure 60 secure connection 33 .It only means that there was an error during configuration. connection bandwidth. etc.wrong ports.e. i. type of driver used.:. the connection is secure when the appearance of the components does not have any marks on them.e. i.

documented in Windows XP Professional®. Proceed to “Rockwell Software”.RS Logix™ 500 NOTE : for use with SLC 500 and MicroLogix® processors. Figure 62 Desktop Shortcut for RSLogix™ 500 34 . select sub-category “RSLogix 500 Starter English / RSLogix 500 English”. procedures varies from OS versions. Step 4 Step 3 Step 1 Step 2 Figure 61 : Initialization of RSLogix Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 : : : : Click “Start” from the taskbar. Double-click “RSLogix 500 Starter English / RSLogix 500 English” OR Select and double-click its shortcut icon located on the desktop.. Hover to “All Programs” and select.

Figure 63 : Loading screen RSLogix 500™ Ensuring the RSLogix 500™ for use. Figure 64 : RSLogix™ 500 35 .Eventually a loading screen of the software will prompt.

Creating a new file Go to File and click the “New” tab Click here Figure 65 creating a new file OR Key-in “Ctrl+N” OR Use its shortcut. 36 .

- Select processor type1( of the PLC ). if there is a connection error. use RSLinx to reconfigure the connection. 2 1 Figure 67 Confirming connection of PLC 37 . driver2 and then click “Who Active”3 1 3 2 Figure 66 selecting PLC CPU type - Through Who Active. make sure that the connection the PLC is intact1 and then click OK2.

Figure 69 new file 38 .The program is ready to be constructed.- Click OK at the at the Select Processor Type window Click here Figure 68 Confirming file configurations .

It contains several functions that you will use repeatedly as you develop and test your logic program. This is where you edit your ladder logic. 39 . It contains all the folders and files contained in your project. It provides you with ongoing status information or prompts as you use the software. You can click on any instruction to insert it in your ladder program. In order to know what each of the icons do. Most of the icons in the tree offer a menu applying only to itself by selecting the icon and clicking the right mouse button. The menu contains options to execute an action on the folder or file. Each time you select a category tab. It indicates the operational mode and lets you see whether you have online edits or forces installed at a glance.Exploring RS Logix™ 500 Instruction toolbar Menu Bar Icon Bar Online Bar Ladder view Project tree Results pane Status bar Figure 70 RSLogix™ 500 - Menu bar : Icon bar : - Online bar Project tree : : - Status : bar Results : Pane Ladder : view Instruction : toolbar Select functionality from the menus that appear as you click each selection on this bar. It displays instruction mnemonics in tabbed categories. the instruction toolbar provides you with instructions for that category. You can also view several program files at the same time. simply move your cursor to the icon and a floating ToolTip window will appear indicating the icon’s function. It displays the results of a Find All search or a verification procedure.

Click the rung number of the End rung (0000)1 to select it and then select the New Rung icon2. A new rung appears above the End rung. Figure 71 Instruction toolbar 2 1 Figure 72 Creating a new rung Method 2 : You can also insert a new rung by selecting the End rung number1 and clicking the right mouse Button2. select Insert Rung3 from the menu that appears. from the instruction toolbar.then.Creating the first Rung Method 1 : The new program file contains only an End rung. 40 .

The letter e should disappear once the file is compiled and no errors have been detected.1&2 3 Figure 73 Selecting new rung Note : Rungs under edit have the lower-case letter e in the margin to the left of the left rail. 3 Figure 74 Rung under edit 41 . This means that these rungs have not yet been verified and compiled.

At this point. Figure 76 Multiple instructions 42 . click on the Examine if Closed icon . Figure 75 New Instruction Note : You can place several instructions on a rung sequentially by clicking the icons one after another. You can also place instructions by dragging and dropping the icons until a green rectangle appears in the desired location. The instructions are placed from left to right. A normally open contact appears on the rung. click its icon on one of the toolbars (Instruction toolbar).Insert Instruction  To insert an instruction on a rung.

If it is ON. it is "latched" on. it will allow rung continuity and outputs will be energized.  Control Box . Addressing Data File Type Word/Number X:Y/Z Control Box Number Figure 77 Addressing construct Addresses are made up of alphanumeric characters separated by delimiters. Data files contain the status information associated with external I/O and all other instructions used in ladder program. 43 . It unlatches a latched bit which was set by an OTL instruction. Delimiters include the colon. The bit must be reset with an OTU instruction. The address for this instruction should be identical to the OTL address that originally set the bit. Functions as an input or storage bit.(starts with numerical 0 and onwards for each controller)  Number/Word . Functions about the same as OTE except that once a bit is set with an OTL. Sets the specified bit when rung continuity is achieved (rung goes true). Instruction Icon Basic instruction description Name XIC Examined If Closed XIO Examined If Open OTE Output Energize OTL Output Latch OTU Output Unlatch Description Functions as an input or storage bit. Defines the instruction is connected to Number which control box. If it is ON. Identifies the number of the external I/O or other instructions used. period. Where: Data File Type . it will not allow rung continuity and outputs on the rung will be de-energized. and slash.

Stores the length. 44 . Stores internal relay logic. Stores the state of input terminals for the controller. It will add a branch to the ladder logic. pointer position. and status bits for specific instructions such as shift registers and sequencers. Stores the timer accumulator and preset values and status bits. Branching  Adding a branch Click the Rung Branch icon from the instruction toolbar. Stores the counter accumulator and preset values and status bits. Figure 78 Adding a branch If the cursor is on an instruction. the branch is placed first on the rung. if the cursor is on the rung number. it’ll be immediately added to the right of the instruction. Used to store numeric values or bit information. File Type O0 Output I1 Input S2 Status B3 Bit T4 Timer C5 Counter R6 Control N7 Integer Default file type File Description Stores the state of output terminals for the controller. Stores controller operation information useful for troubleshooting controller and program operation.

Figure 79 New branch  Moving a branch Click on the upper left corner1 of a branch to move the entire branch structure to another location in the ladder logic program. Location points 1 Symbol of a branch being moved Figure 80 Moving a branch 45 .

All valid release points3 are shown in green color on the ladder display. then click the right mouse button2 and select Append New Branch3 to place another branch structure within the original branch structure. Expand a branch Click the right leg1 of the branch and then drag the leg to the right or left2. Figure 82 A nested branch 46 . 1 2 Release point Figure 81 Expanding a branch  Nested branch Click the upper left corner1 of a branch leg.

Then right click2 and select Copy3. Figure 84 Copying a branch 47 . click a rung or instruction4 in the logic and click Paste5 from the right mouse menu to insert the rung leg. then click the right mouse button2 and select Extend Branch Leg Up or Extend Branch Leg Down3. Next. Extend branch up Extend branch down Figure 83 A Parallel branch  Copying a branch Click on the left edge of the branch1. Parallel branches Click the bottom left corner1 of a branch leg.

Figure 85 Copying a whole branch structure  Deleting a branch Click at any location on the branch and select Delete from the right mouse menu or key in the delete button from the keyboard. Next. Copying the entire branch structure Click the right leg of the branch structure1. 48 . click on a rung or instruction3 in your logic and click Paste4 from the right mouse menu to insert the rung structure. click Copy2 from the right mouse menu.

A valid release point will be shown as a green rectangle on the ladder display. the branch is placed immediately to the right of the instruction. 5 Click the right leg of the branch and drag the leg to the right of the "PB1" contact. a menu prompts and then select Edit Symbol. if the cursor is on an instruction. right-click the normally open contact. A new branch appears. Enter "PB1" and then hit the Enter key on the keyboard. For more information about branching. If your cursor is on the rung number. 4 Click the first rung number (0000) and then click the Rung Branch icon NOTE . Symbols can be up to 20 characters in length. Enter "PB2" and then hit the Enter key on the keyboard.Downloading a ladder logic  Create a ladder logic or desired program Example: 1 Insert an instruction on a rung. A symbol is unique. All instructions having the same address automatically have the same symbol.) NOTE : Anytime you right-click any element in the ladder diagram. . 6 Click on the lower left leg of the branch and then click the Examine if Closed icon . 7 Assign a symbol to the instruction. 49 . Double click and enter the address "I1:0/2". The same symbol cannot be applied to different addresses. click contact appears on the rung. a menu prompts with editing options for the selected element. A menu prompts and then select the Edit Symbol. please refer to the section "Branching". : When placing a branch. double-click on the normally open contact placed and enter "I1:0/1" 3 Assign a symbol to the instruction. right-click the normally open contact. a normally open 2 The instruction just placed is an input. To assign the data file type to it. the branch is placed first on the rung. (Assigning a symbol to the instruction can be used as a substitute for an address so that the instruction can be easily identified.

e. Verify the ladder logic by clicking the Verify File icon OR click Edit. 9 Assign a symbol to the instruction. Verify File from the menu bar.8 Click the right leg of the branch and then click on the Output Energize icon . A menu prompts and then select Edit Symbol. 2.:- Figure 87 Error example 50 . 10 The ladder logic should resemble the following figure:- Figure 86 ladder logic example  Verifying the file 1. i. right-click the normally open contact added to the rung. If the file has mistakes. An output load appears. Double-click the output and enter the address "O0:0/0". the Verify Results output window displays and gives information on mistakes or omissions occurred in the program. Enter "PL0" and then hit the Enter key on the keyboard.

e. If the program has no mistakes the lower left corner of the RSLogix window states: "Verify has completed.3. Save. choose file type and location to save the file. i. or 2 Click the file save icon . File location Rename Save Change file type Comments Figure 89 Save 51 . the user can either name the file or let it generate a generic name. 3 The save window will prompt. no errors found".:- Figure 88 Verify example  Saving the file 1 Click File.

location. under the File tab. The user may skip this step and proceed to download the file to the PLC but the software will automatically prompt the save window to save the file as a precaution for a backup and is also done only once for first time downloads. use Save As. - 52 .. click Save Note : This is done only once. the save window will not prompt the next time as it’ll automatically save the file. Unless the user needs to change file type.4 After applying the necessary info.. the save window will prompt hence the user may proceed. etc.

(Refer figure below) Figure 90 Online bar Click on the arrow on the right hand side. 2 The following dialog box should appear: Figure 91 confirmation download program Click on Yes. hover to Download.. and select it. 53 . Testing the file 1 There is an OFFLINE list at the online bar on the upper left corner of the RSLogix window.

3 The following dialog box should appear: Figure 92 confirmation to run program Click Yes. Now. settings must be in REMOTE RUN MODE in order to test the program. user is able to run the program. Note : User can not test the program while in run mode. 4 The download process will commence. The following dialog boxes will appear: Figure 93 confirmation to go online Figure 94 confirmation to return to run Click Yes on both dialog boxes. user will be able to test the program. 54 .

then Print View. mnemonics. Select Go Offline Figure 95 Go Offline If the program has flaws. click File. Figure 96 Go Offline Click OK.5 When user is done testing the program. otherwise make the necessary modifications to the program and retest.  Print 1 To print out information regarding the program. prepare the required setting for the print. 55 . proceed to exit RSLogix. ladder logic. click the arrow from the list on the online bar. Note : Settings must be in OFFLINE mode in order to amend the program. 2 On the Print Window. etc.

TROUBLESHOOTING Port Conflict If there is an error involving the communication ports for example. Driver with port error Figure 97 RSLinx There are two methods in troubleshooting the communication port Method 1 Step 2 Step 1 Figure 98 RSLinx Step 1 : Step 2 : Select the configured driver that has the PORT CONFLICT error. Click on Configure to reconfigure the settings of the driver. 56 .

hold on to that window. Now to open Device Manager Step 4 Step 5 Step 3 Figure 99 RSLinx Step 3 : Step 4 : Step 5 : Click on Start When the start menu appears. right click on Computer/My Computer Click on Manage The device manager window will prompt. Figure 100 Device Manager 57 .Next. the configuration window will prompt.

Identify Figure 102 Device Manager Identify the COM port of the device. Hover to the hardware list and Select Ports(COM & LPT) to expand it.Step 6 Step 7 Figure 101 Device Manager Step 6 : Step 7 : Click on Disk Management. a hardware list will prompt. go back to the RSLinx driver configuration window 58 .

After expanding the Ports tab Step 8 Step 9 Figure 104 Device Manager Step 8 : Step 9 : Right-click the device Click on Properties 59 .At the Comm Port section. Click OK to exit the configuration window Click Close to exit Configure driver window Method 2 This method is similar to Method 1 beginning from Step 1 until Step 7. after that this method diverges differently. Step 8 Step 9 Figure 103 Device Manager Step 8 : Step 9 : Step 10: Step 11: Step 12: Click on the arrow Select the COM port which is assigned to the Device Click Auto-Configure to reconfigure the driver.

select the arrow at the Com Port Number 60 .Step 10 Figure 105 Device Manager Step 10: Select the Port Settings tab Step 11 Step 12 Figure 106 Device Manager Step 11: Step 12: Click on Advanced In the Advanced Settings window.

Click OK to exit the configuration window. Click Auto-Configure to reconfigure the driver at the RSLinx driver configuration window. as the converter uses a USB port as interface. Click OK to exit the Advanced setting window. Click Close to exit Configure driver window. This only happens when a RS232 converter is used. Computers with a built in RS232 port are always pre-configured to COM 1. (Unless stated) 61 . Click OK to exit the driver properties window Step 16 Figure 108 Device Manager Step 16: Step 17: Step 18: Step 19: NOTE : Click on the X button to exit the device manager.Step 13 Figure 107 Device Manager Step 13: Step 14: Step 15: Select the COM number that matches the COM number from the RSLinx Configuration Window. the computer will register it with a random port unless it uses the same outlet.

Short for 20 Seconds or More. SLC 500 Fixed I/O 1. Figure 109 SLC 500 ( 5/01 & 5/02 ) 62 . Connect Pins 14 and 28 (PWR & GND) with paper clip. ( See Diagram ) Note : The preferred connection method is to use a 10 Ohm Resistor 7. 5.Restoring Factory Defaults SLC-500 processors Note : Note : The Ladder Program will be lost if a processor is returned to Factory Defaults. Remove Power Open CPU Compartment ( Series C units can not be factory reset ) Disconnect Battery Remove Memory Module ( 1747-M1 ) Skip step 4 if a Memory Module is not Installed. Locate RAM (IC3) 6. If a memory module that has been configured for auto load is installed. 2. The old program will be restored into the processor RAM memory. 3. 4. after performing a reset.

Figure 110 Device Manager 63 . Remove Memory Module ( EEPROM ). Disconnect Battery 5. Remove CPU Module 3. ( See Diagram ) Note : The preferred connection method is to use a 10 Ohm Resistor 7. Locate RAM (IC3) 6.1747-M1 ( Skip step 3 if a Memory Module is not Installed ) 4.SLC 500 ( 5/01 & 5/02 ) 1. Connect Pins 14 and 28 (PWR & GND) with paper clip. Short for 20 Seconds or More. Remove Power 2.

Disconnect Battery 5. 6. 5/04 & 5/05 ) 64 . Remove Power 2. Figure 111 SLC 500 ( 5/03.SLC 500 ( 5/03.1747-M1 ( Skip step 3 if a Memory Module is not Installed ) 4. 5/04 & 5/05 ) 1. Remove Memory Module ( EEPROM ). Using a small flat blade screw driver short the GND & VBB points for 60 Seconds. IMPORTANT : Jumper JW4 on the processor must be set to the PROTECT position. Remove CPU Module 3. Locate the GND & VBB points on the back side of the processor module.

DF1 Full Duplex 1200 Baud.2KBaud 65 . 1. 8.2 KBaud.DH+ ( 57. 1. N. 8. CRC DH485 ( 19.2 Kbaud ) SLC5/05 CH0 . N. CRC Note: SLC 5/03 OS302 FRN 11 . SLC 5/04 OS401 FRN 8 or greater Channel 0 Defaults to 19.IMPORTANT : Once Factory Defaults have been restored the ladder logic program will be lost and all communications channels will be reset to their default state : CH1 .DF1 Full Duplex 19.6 Kbaud ) CH0 .