1768 CompactLogix System

Quick Start
1768-L43 CompactLogix Controller POINT I/O Modules PowerFlex 70 Drives PanelView Plus Terminals Kinetix 6000 Servo Drives

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Where to Start
Follow the path that matches your hardware and network configuration.

Chapter 1 Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Required

Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Required

Optional depending on your system

Chapter 3 Prepare the Distributed I/O Hardware

Chapter 4 Prepare the PowerFlex 70 Drive

Chapter 5 Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal

Chapter 6 Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System

Optional depending on your network

Chapter 7 Configure the EtherNet/IP Network

Chapter 8 Configure the DeviceNet Network

Chapter 9 Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Required

Optional depending on your system

Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project

Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application

Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application

Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application

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Where to Start

How Hardware Is Connected
This quick start demonstrates CompactLogix L43 control systems using a single EtherNet/IP or DeviceNet network for cost-effectiveness and simplified setup. You may choose to use a multiple network system requiring a combination of EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet procedures shown in this quick start. Rockwell Automation also offers many devices other than those in the examples. See your local Rockwell Automation representative for other device options.

Option 1: 1768-L43 System with EtherNet/IP Network
1768-L43 CompactLogix Controller with 1768-ENBT EtherNet/IP and 1768-M04SE SERCOS Modules

Computer with Ethernet Port

Serial EtherNet/IP SERCOS Distributed POINT I/O with 1734-AENT Adapter

1756-CP3

Ethernet Switch

2094 Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System PowerFlex 70 Drive with 20-COMM-E Adapter

2711P PanelView Plus Terminal with Built-in EtherNet/IP Port

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Where to Start Option 2: 1768-L43 System with DeviceNet Network 1768-L43 CompactLogix Controller with 1768-M04SE SERCOS and 1769-SDN DeviceNet Modules PowerFlex 70 Drive with 20-COMM-D Adapter Distributed POINT I/O with 1734-ADN Adapter DeviceNet SERCOS Serial 2706-NC13 1756-CP3 DeviceNet with KwikLink flat cable and micro connectors 1606-XL POWER SUPPLY AC 120V AC 240V Input Output DC ok 2094 Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Computer 2711P PanelView Plus Terminal AC 100-120/200-240V 200W Limited Power DC 24V / 8A N L Isolate power before disconnecting + – DC ok DeviceNet Power Supply 1606-XLDNET8 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .October 2007 5 .

6 CLEAN Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . component. publication 2094-IN001. in DXF format. and wiring diagrams. Refer to the System Design for Control of Electrical Noise Reference Manual. for most Rockwell Automation motion components.Where to Start Sample System Panel Layout The sample panel layout shows the general orientation of 1768-L43 system components for both EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet networks used in this quick start.October 2007 . the Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit CD in Appendix B provides CAD enclosure. refer to the Kinetix 6000 Installation Manual. publication GMC-RM001. For panel layout instructions specific to the Kinetix 6000 drives. for best practice techniques. DIRTY PanelView Plus L1 L2 L3 E LINE CLEAN AC Line Filter LOAD L1 L2 L3 E Line Interface Module Through-the-door Disconnect E-Stop DIRTY CLEAN PowerFlex 70 DIRTY Kinetix 6000 Drive Modules DIRTY 1768-L43 CompactLogix System Distributed POINT I/O Pow r e 4 2 V DC POWER SUPPLY 179 -PS3 4 COM 2V 4 1794-PS3 Ethernet Switch CLEAN DeviceNet KwikLink System DeviceNet Power Supply For additional panel layout assistance.

. . . . . . . . . . Install RSLogix 5000 Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . Additional Resources. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Follow These Steps . . 33 33 33 34 35 36 39 41 43 44 51 53 53 Chapter 3 Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Introduction . . . Make DeviceNet Network Connections .. . . . . 1768-L43 System with EtherNet/IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Table of Contents Preface About This Publication . . . . . Parts List: Option 2. . . . Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Set the IP Address for the Computer . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . Wire the Adapter and I/O Modules to the Power Supply Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . Configure the EtherNet/IP Driver . . Audience . . . . . . . . . Follow These Steps .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Hardware What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Load the Controller Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . About the 1768 CompactLogix Controller . . . 55 56 57 59 60 61 61 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configure a Serial Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mount the POINT I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Make Network Connections for Personal Computer Install and Launch RSLinx Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mount and Wire the POINT I/O Power Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 21 21 22 22 23 24 27 28 31 32 Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Introduction . . . . Conventions . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 14 14 15 17 19 Chapter 1 Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . Required Software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .October 2007 . . . . . . . . Parts List: Option 1. .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1768-L43 System with DeviceNet . . . . . Mount and Connect the Network Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wire the 1768-PA3 Power Supply . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . Install Additional Software.. . Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . 55 Before You Begin . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mount and Wire the Line Interface Module Assemble the 1768 CompactLogix System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Make EtherNet/IP Network Connection . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Additional Resources. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .October 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . What You Need . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Assign IP Address for PanelView Plus . . . . . . . . What You Need . . . . . . . . Browse the EtherNet/IP Network in RSLinx Classic Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Before You Begin . . . . . . .. . . .. Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . Upgrade Terminal Firmware . . Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 79 79 80 81 82 84 85 86 87 88 Chapter 7 Configure the EtherNet/IP Network Introduction . . . . . . Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connect Communication Adapter to the PowerFlex 70 Drive Additional Resources. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wire Servo Motors to Integrated Axis and Axis Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 71 71 72 73 74 75 77 78 Chapter 6 Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . Before You Begin . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . What You Need . . . . .Table of Contents Chapter 4 Prepare the PowerFlex 70 Drive Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configure the Communication Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . Connect the SERCOS Fiber Optic Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Set the SERCOS Node Address. .. . . . . . . . . . . . Wire Power to the Integrated Axis Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Follow These Steps . . . . . . .. 89 89 89 90 90 91 93 94 8 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mount and Wire the PowerFlex 70 Drive .. . . . . . . . Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . Follow These Steps . Mount and Bond the Power Rail . . . . . . . . . . Mount the Integrated Axis and Axis Module . . . . . . . . . . . . Assign IP Addresses . . . . . . . What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 63 63 64 65 67 68 70 Chapter 5 Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mount and Wire the PanelView Plus Terminal . . . . . Make Network Connections for PanelView Plus . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configure 1768-ENBT Ethernet Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Test the Distributed I/O Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apply Power to the DeviceNet Network. . Set the Node Address of the DeviceNet Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 95 96 96 97 99 102 Chapter 9 Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 103 103 104 105 106 107 109 110 111 114 116 Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Introduction . . . . . . . . .October 2007 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Add Ladder Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . Create a DeviceNet Configuration File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . Add Distributed I/O Modules. . . Create a DeviceNet Scanlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Create DeviceNet Tags and Add Ladder Logic Download the Project . . . . . . . . . Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Verify I/O Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 118 119 122 125 128 130 132 137 138 138 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . . . . . . . . . . Create a Project. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configure 1769-SDN DeviceNet Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Project What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . Add Ladder Logic to Test Local 1769 Compact I/O Modules Set the Project Path and Download to the Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Table of Contents Chapter 8 Configure the DeviceNet Network Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configure the DeviceNet Subnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configure the 1734-ADN Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Before You Begin . . . . . . . Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configure 1769 Local I/O Modules. . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Create a New Application . What You Need . Assign Keys . . . . . . . Transfer the Application to the PanelView Plus Terminal Test the Application on the PanelView Plus Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . Add a Goto Configuration Mode Button. . . . . Assign an Initial Screen . . . . . . . . Create DeviceNet Tags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 139 140 141 145 147 151 154 155 161 Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Create Device Shortcuts to the Controller . . . Additional Resources. . . . Create a Push Button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Test the Indicator and Push Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Follow These Steps . . Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Edit the Drive Parameters . . . . . . . Create the OB16_Light Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Table of Contents Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Introduction . . . . . 163 163 163 164 165 166 167 171 174 176 177 178 179 180 182 183 10 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .October 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags . . . . . . . Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Add the Drive to Your RSLogix 5000 Project. 139 Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . What You Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Create a DeviceNet Scanlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Download the Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Follow These Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Create an RSLinx Enterprise Configuration in RSView ME Software . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configure Your Kinetix IAM and AM Modules Configure Axis Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Follow These Steps . . .Motion Analyzer Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . . . . . . . . . . . . . Additional Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Test the Kinetix Application File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Before You Begin . . . . . . Create the Motion Group. . . . . . . . . . . Enable Coordinated System Time Master . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit Appendix C . .Network Information Appendix B . . . . . . . . . Save and Download Your Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . What You Need . . . . . . . . . .Table of Contents Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Introduction . . . . Configure Your Logix SERCOS Module . . . 185 185 185 186 187 188 189 191 194 195 197 198 Appendix A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .October 2007 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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and offer easy solutions to verify that devices are communicating properly. and a PanelView Plus terminal. hardware and software. Click on any chapter title. 13Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . topic title. • creating and monitoring controller programs. The examples are designed to get devices installed and communicating with each other in the simplest way possible. chapter number.This section illustrates the steps in the current chapter and identifies which steps are required to complete the examples using specific networks. The procedures cover many common user tasks. DeviceNet. • What You Need . and serial networks for use with CompactLogix systems. • Before You Begin . • Follow These Steps . The programming examples are not complex. Kinetix 6000 servo drives.This section lists the tools that are required to complete the steps in the current chapter. Also note that the electronic version of this publication contains links to pages within publications for easier navigation. such as: • connecting the controller to multiple devices including local and distributed I/O.October 2007 13 . • connecting and configuring EtherNet/IP. or page number to follow a link to the item. Because the chapters in this quick start do not have to be completed in the order in which they appear.This section lists the steps that must be completed and decisions that must be made before starting that chapter. This includes.Preface About This Publication This quick start provides examples and procedures for the use of a 1768-L43 CompactLogix system. Read these sections carefully before beginning work in each chapter. this section defines the minimum amount of preparation required before completing the current chapter. The beginning of each chapter contains the following information. drives. but is not limited to.

00 PanelView Plus terminals Standard.October 2007 . Full. or Professional editions are also available. Some software is required regardless of the 1768 CompactLogix system you use and other software is dependent on the network and devices in the system.Preface Audience This quick start was created to assist experienced or new industrial control users not familiar with the CompactLogix controllers or Integrated Architecture products of Rockwell Automation. Rockwell Automation Software RSLogix 5000 Lite Edition Programming Software(1) Includes: • RSLogix 5000 software • ControlFlash software • BOOTP/DHCP utility (EtherNet/IP use only) • RSLinx Lite (Classic) • DeviceNet Tag Generator RSNetWorx for DeviceNet RSView Studio for Machine Edition Software Includes: • Factory Talk Services • RSLinx Enterprise • RSLinx Lite (Classic) (1) Cat. No.0 DeviceNet network 9701-VWSTMENE v4. Required Software The table provides a list of software required to complete the examples in this quick start. Version Required for 9324-RLD250ENE 16 All 1768-L43 systems 9357-DNETL3 7. 14 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

Parts List: Option 1. High Speed 4 In/2 Out Analog Combination Module Compact 2 Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output Module Compact 16 Point 24V dc Sourcing Output Module POINT I/O 4 Sink Input Module POINT I/O 4 Protected Output Module POINT I/O 2 Current Output Analog Module Wiring Base w/ Removable IEC Screw Terminals (Quantity of 10) FLEX I/O 85-264V ac to 24V dc 1. 1768-L43 System with EtherNet/IP The table shows the parts list for the 1768-L43 system with an EtherNet/IP network and a 200/230V Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System.3A Power Supply PowerFlex 70 Drive.October 2007 15 .Preface Parts List: Option 1. PanelView Plus 10 inch color keypad/touch terminal with EtherNet/IP and RS-232 RS-232 cable for connection between the 1768-L43 controller and personal computer DIN rail (steel not aluminum). 1 m Catalog Number Description EtherNet/IP Configuration 1 1 1 1 6 Non Rockwell Automation 1768-ENBT 1734-AENT 20-COMM-E CompactLogix EtherNet/IP Communication Module POINT I/O Ethernet Adapter PowerFlex 70 EtherNet/IP Adapter Ethernet Switch Ethernet CAT5 Straight-through cables Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 1768-L43 System with EtherNet/IP Network Quantity General Configuration 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1768-L43 1768-PA3 1769-ECR 1769-IF4 1769-IQ16 1769-IF4XOF2 1769-OF2 1769-OB16 (1) 1734-IB4 (2) 1734-OB4E (2) (3) 1734-OE2C (2) 1734-TB 1794-PS13 20AB4P2A3AYNNNNN 2711P-B10C4D1 1747-CP3 or 1756-CP3 64-134 CompactLogix Controller CompactLogix Power Supply Compact I/O Right End Cap/Terminator Compact 4 Channel Analog Current/Voltage Input Module Compact 16 Point 24V dc Sinking/Sourcing Input Module Compact 8 Bit Resolution.

Line Interface Module (LIM). Multi-turn Feedback Motor Power Cable: 3 m (9.9 ft) SERCOS Fiber Optic Cable.) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) 1768-M04SE 2094-AL75S (4) 140U-H-RVM12R 2090-XXLF-X330B 2094-PRS2 2094-AC09-M02 2094-AM01 MPL-A310P-MK22AA 2090-XXNPMP-16S03 2090-UXNFBMP-S03 2090-SCEP0-9 2090-SCEP0-1 SERCOS interface module installs in 1768 CompactLogix controller and connects to Integrated Axis modules or Axis modules.1 m (5.8 ft) SERCOS Fiber Optic Cable. The 2094-AL75S line interface module (LIM) is optional. size. 2-slot. The other modules are added as examples only and are not required. 3 m (9. 230V.73 kW Output with Absolute. 1768-L43 System with EtherNet/IP Network Quantity Catalog Number Description Kinetix 6000 Servo Drive System . 9 A Inverter Output MP-Series Low Inertia Motor. 16 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .8 ft) Motor Feedback Cable.Preface Parts List: Option 1. 30 A ac Power Rail. 75 A Through-the-door Disconnect for LIM Line Filter.200/230V (The quantity.1 in.9 m (2.) The 1769-OB16 is the only Compact I/O module used in this quick start. 0. nos. The 1734-OB4E module is the only POINT I/O module used in this quick start. 0. The other modules are added as examples only and are not required. Slim Integrated Axis Module (IAM). Use POINT I/O modules at series C or later to complete examples in this quick start. 0. 6 kW Converter and 19 A Inverter Output Axis Module (AM). Individual components can be purchased separately instead of the LIM.October 2007 . 3-phase. for the Kinetix equipment will vary by application motion requirements. and cat.

Preface Parts List: Option 2. 1768-L43 System with DeviceNet Network Quantity General Configuration 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1768-L43 1768-PA3 1769-ECR 1769-IF4 1769-IQ16 1769-IF4XOF2 1769-OF2 1769-OB16 (1) 1734-IB4 (2) 1734-OB4E (2) (3) 1734-OE2C (2) 1734-TB 1794-PS13 20AB4P2A3AYNNNNN 2711P-B10C4D1 1747-CP3 or 1756-CP3 2711-NC13 64-134 CompactLogix Controller CompactLogix Power Supply Compact I/O Right End Cap/Terminator Compact 4 Channel Analog Current/Voltage Input Module Compact 16 Point 24V dc Sinking/Sourcing Input Module Compact 8 Bit Resolution.October 2007 17 . 1768-L43 System with DeviceNet The table shows the parts list for a 1768-L43 System with DeviceNet I/O. Parts List: Option 2. 75 m KwikLink Terminator/Resistor KwikLink Sealed Micro Connector KwikLink QD Cordset Micro Right-Angle Male KwikLink Power Tap Module Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .3A Power Supply PowerFlex 70 Drive PanelView Plus 10 inch color keypad/touch terminal with EtherNet/IP and RS-232 RS-232 cable for connection between the 1768-L43 controller and personal computer RS-232 cable for connection between the PanelView Plus terminal and the 1768-L43 controller or personal computer DIN rail (steel not aluminum). and a 200/230V Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System. High Speed 4 In/2 Out Analog Combination Module Compact 2 Channel Analog Current/Voltage Output Module Compact 16 Point 24V dc Sourcing Output Module POINT I/O 4 Sink Input Module POINT I/O 4 Protected Output Module POINT I/O 2 Current Output Analog Module Wiring Base w/ Removable IEC Screw Terminals (Quantity of 10) FLEX I/O 85-264V ac to 24V dc 1. 1 m Catalog Number Description DeviceNet Configuration 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 1 1769-SDN 1734-ADN 20-COMM-D 1606-XLDNET8 1485C-P1E75 1485A-T1E4 1485P-P1E4-R5 1485K-P1F5-C 1485T-P1E4-B1 Compact DeviceNet Scanner POINT I/O DeviceNet Adapter PowerFlex 70 DeviceNet Adapter DeviceNet Power Supply KwikLink Flat Cable. serial connections.

9 m (2. 3 m (9.200/230V (The quantity.) The 1769-OB16 module is the only Compact I/O module used in this quick start. Individual components can be purchased separately instead of the LIM. 9 A Inverter Output MP-Series Low Inertia Motor.1 m (5. The 1734-OB4E module is the only POINT I/O module used in this quick start. 1768-L43 System with DeviceNet Network Quantity Catalog Number Description Kinetix 6000 Servo Drive System . 230V. 0.8 ft) Motor Feedback Cable.October 2007 .73 kW Output with Absolute.9 ft) SERCOS Fiber Optic Cable. Line Interface Module (LIM). 18 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 0. 6 kW Converter and 19 A Inverter Output Axis Module (AM).8 ft) SERCOS Fiber Optic Cable. nos. Multi-turn Feedback Motor Power Cable: 3 m (9.1 in. The 2094-AL75S line interface module (LIM) is optional. The other modules are added as examples only and are not required. 30 A ac Power Rail. 3-phase. size. 0. Use POINT I/O modules at series C or later to complete examples in this quick start. Slim Integrated Axis Module (IAM). and cat.) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) 1768-M04SE 2094-AL75S (4) 140U-H-RVM12R 2090-XXLF-X330B 2094-PRS2 2094-AC09-M02 2094-AM01 MPL-A310P-MK22AA 2090-XXNPMP-16S03 2090-UXNFBMP-S03 2090-SCEP0-9 2090-SCEP0-1 SERCOS interface module installs in 1768 CompactLogix controller and connects to Integrated Axis modules or Axis modules. 75 A Through-the-door Disconnect for LIM Line Filter.Preface Parts List: Option 2. 2-slot. for the Kinetix equipment will vary by application motion requirements. The other modules are added as examples only and are not required.

Click the left mouse button once while the cursor is positioned on object or selection. Shows nested menu selections as menu name followed by menu Select File>Menu. Click the left mouse button twice in quick succession while the cursor is positioned on object or selection. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Convention Courier font Check or uncheck Click Double-click Expand Right-click Select > Meaning Type or enter text exactly as shown. Check the Disable Keying checkbox. Expand 1768 Bus under I/O Configuration.October 2007 19 . Click to activate or deactivate a checkbox. Example Type cmd. Double-click the application icon. Right-click the 1768 Bus icon. Select New Module from the pull-down list. Click to highlight a menu item or list choice. selection.Preface Conventions This manual uses the following conventions. Click the right mouse button once while the cursor is positioned on object or selection. Click Browse. Click the + to the left of a given item /folder to show its contents.

Preface 20 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .October 2007 .

use the 1769-SDN module with the controller.October 2007 21 . 1768 SERCOS module. you install your CompactLogix hardware including the controller. you also install the 1768 EtherNet/IP module. • For EtherNet/IP (option 1). power supply. • For DeviceNet (option 2). and local 1769 I/O modules. connected to a flat cable with terminator/resistor on each end for a DeviceNet network • 1769 Compact I/O modules • Serial 1756-CP3 cable for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet networks 21Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Before You Begin Determine which network and appropriate hardware to use. Depending on your configuration. The line interface module will power both the 1768 CompactLogix and Kinetix 6000 system components. 1769 DeviceNet module. use the 1768-ENBT module with the controller. • For a motion application (option 1 or 2). use a 1768-M04SE SERCOS module with the controller. What You Need • 2094-AL75S line interface module (optional) • 1768-L43 CompactLogix controller • 1768-PA3 CompactLogix power supply • 1769-ECR end cap • 1768-ENBT EtherNet/IP module for an EtherNet/IP network (option 1) – Ethernet switch and standard CAT5 Ethernet cable for EtherNet/IP network • 1768-M04SE SERCOS module for motion on either network (option 1 or 2) • 1769-SDN DeviceNet module for a DeviceNet network (option 2) – 1606-XLDNET8 power supply and KwikLink Power Tap module for DeviceNet network – KwikLink right-angle male cables with sealed microconnectors.Chapter 1 Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Introduction In this chapter. and the 2094 line interface module.

1768 1769 22 CLEAN page 28 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 0 Slot 0 Slot 3 Slot 2 Slot 1 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . and a maximum of two 1768 modules. such as the EtherNet/IP module and the SERCOS interface module.Chapter 1 Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Follow These Steps Complete the appropriate steps to assemble your 1768-L43 CompactLogix hardware. The 1769 backplane supports 1769 modules. such as the 1769 DeviceNet module and 1769 I/O modules. the 1768 power supply. DIRTY Mount and Wire the Line Interface Module page 23 Assemble the 1768 CompactLogix System page 24 Make EtherNet/IP Network Connection page 27 Make DeviceNet Network Connections Wire the 1768-PA3 Power Supply page 31 1768 CompactLogix System L1 L2 L3 E LINE LOAD L1 L2 L3 E Line Interface Module CLEAN DIRTY CLEAN Through-the-door Disconnect for LIM Module DIRTY DIRTY Ethernet Switch Pow r e 4 2 V DC POWER SUPPLY 179 -PS3 4 COM 2V 4 CLEAN DeviceNet Network About the 1768 CompactLogix Controller The 1768-L43 CompactLogix controller combines both a 1768 backplane and a 1769 backplane. The 1768 backplane supports the 1768 controller.October 2007 .

Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Chapter 1 Mount and Wire the Line Interface Module 2094-AL75S or Equivalent Hardware. of power for the controller. WARNING Verify that all incoming power is turned off before wiring power to the LIM module or any other devices in this chapter. 5. A single LIM module can replace 9 individual components. Lay out the position of the LIM module in the enclosure. 50/60 Hz CTRL1 L3 L2 L1 L3 L2 L1 AUX2 AUX2 1 2 3 4 12 3 4 5 6 12 1 2 3 4 AUX1 AUX1 I/O_COM 230 VAC SUPPLY 195-265 VAC LOAD. Bond the ground terminal to the panel. I/O and other panel devices. Attach the LIM module to the cabinet by using M6 (1/4 in.October 2007 23 . Mount the through-the-door disconnect switch for the LIM module. MAIN VAC CONTROL VAC CTRL2 195-265 VAC LINE. 50/60 Hz 24 VDC SUPPLY I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR 1 2 L3' L2' L1' 3 4 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .) bolts. Individual components can be purchased separately instead of the LIM. 3. 2. The LIM module provides the control of 3-phase power and the drive logic power. The 2094-AL75S line interface module (LIM) is optional. Wire 230V 3-phase incoming power to the LIM module and 6. Tighten all mounting fasteners. 4. and also serves as the source. 1. and circuit protection. eliminating up to 100 interconnecting wire terminations. Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems The line interface module (LIM) serves as the power connection and the generation point for the complete power needs of most control panels.

Chapter 1 Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Assemble the 1768 CompactLogix System 1768-L43 Controller. a b 2. 1769 Local I/O Modules. Pull locking tabs out. 1768-PA3 Power Supply. 1769-SDN.Slide controller into position and push locking tabs in. c. Locate the Ethernet (MAC) address on the side of module and record address in Appendix A. a. If you have an EtherNet/IP module: a. Mount the 1768-L43 controller on DIN rail. b. d. 1769-ECR End Cap Terminator 1. d b 2 c 24 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 1768-ENBT.October 2007 .Push locking tabs in. 1768-M04SE. b. Align module to the left of controller on DIN rail and slide the mating connector into the 1768-L43 controller.Pull locking tabs out.

a c b 4. Push locking tabs in. Mount the power supply on the DIN rail. Push locking tabs in. Pull locking tabs out. c. b. Pull locking tabs out. Mount the SERCOS 1768-M04SE module. b. a.Align SERCOS module to the left of EtherNet/IP module or controller and slide into place. c. locate the series letter and firmware revision on the side of the module and record in Appendix A.Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Chapter 1 3.Align supply to the left of the SERCOS module and slide into place. If you have a 1769-SDN DeviceNet module.October 2007 25 . 5. a. a c b Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

a. A maximum of three modules can be between the 1769-SDN and the power supply. Push locking tabs in. Pull locking tabs out.Slide module along tongue-and-groove slots on the side of the controller or modules. the 1769-SDN module is directly to the right of the controller in slot 1. b. In this quick start.October 2007 . b c d b c a 26 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . b.Slide white locking tab to the left. Mount the 1769-SDN and 1769 I/O modules to the right of the controller on DIN rail. 7.Chapter 1 Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware 6. Pull locking tab to the left. c. a. d. Pull locking tab to the right.Slide end cap on rail. c. Mount the 1769-ECR end cap terminator.

Do not turn on incoming power. Connect a CAT5 Ethernet cable between the Ethernet port on the bottom of 1768-ENBT module and the Ethernet switch. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Line Interface Module I/O Power IOL IO_PWR1 IO_COM1 IO_PWR1 IO_COM1 IO_PWR1 IO_COM1 COIL_E1 COIL_E2 ALRM_M SHIELD ALRM_B ALRM_COM CONSTAT_11 CONSTAT_12 CONSTAT_21 CONSTAT_22 CONSTAT_31 CONSTAT_32 CONSTAT_53 CONSTAT_54 SHIELD 4 3 24VDC (+) DC NEUT (-) CHS GND Front View 3. Mount the Ethernet switch to the DIN rail. 2. Connect the Ethernet switch power terminals to the I/O power terminals on the front of the line interface module.October 2007 27 .Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Chapter 1 Make EtherNet/IP Network Connection 1. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Computer 8 POINT I/O 1 PowerFlex 70 PanelView Plus Ethernet CAT5 Cable 4.

1606-X POWE R SUP AC 120 AC 240 V V PLY L AC 100 Input N L -120/2 00-240 V DC ok Isolate power before disconn ecting 200W ut Lim DC 24V ited Pow er / 8A Outp + – DC ok 28 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Chapter 1 Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Make DeviceNet Network Connections 1.October 2007 . Attach and lock the 1606-XLDNET8 DeviceNet power supply to a DIN rail by pressing the tab at the top of the supply.

3. Connect Red White Bare Blue Black To V+ CAN High Shield CAN Low V- KwikLink Sealed Terminator Distributed POINT I/O with 1734-ADN Adapter KwikLink Sealed Terminator KwikLink Sealed Micro Connector PowerFlex 70 Drive with 20-COMM-D 4. Connect the DeviceNet power tap to the DeviceNet network. Wire a KwikLink QD Micro Cordset to the 1769-SDN connector. terminators. Connect Red White Shield Blue Black To + Not Used Not Used Not Used — 1606-XLDNET8 DeviceNet Power Supply 1606-X POWER AC 120V AC 240V SUPPLY L AC 10 Input N L 0-120/ 200-24 0V DC ok r befor e discon necting Isolat e powe 200W Limite d DC 24 V / 8A Power Outpu t + – DC ok 6. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Connect the DeviceNet KwikLink power tap to the power supply Output connector. and sealed micro connectors for each device. See instructions included with devices. 5.October 2007 29 . Connect the QD Micro Cordset to a KwikLink sealed microconnector on the network. Assemble the DeviceNet network cable system using the KwikLink flat cable.Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Chapter 1 2.

50/60 Hz AUX2 AUX2 1 2 3 4 12 3 4 5 6 12 230 VAC SUPPLY 3 4 AUX1 AUX1 AUX1 I/O_COM 195-265 VAC LOAD. 8. 50/60 Hz 24 VDC SUPPLY I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR 1 2 L3' L2' L1' 3 4 30 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . L (line) N (neutral) 1606-X POWER AC 120V AC 240V SUPPLY L AC 10 Input N L 0-120/ 200-24 0V DC ok r befor e disco nnectin g Isolat e powe 200W Li DC 24 mited Pow er V / 8A Outpu t + – DC ok Top View Line Interface Module 230V ac AUX Power 1 2 L3 L2 L1 CONTROL VAC CTRL2 CTRL1 195-265 VAC LINE. 7. 9.Chapter 1 Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware WARNING Verify that all incoming power is turned off before wiring power. Wire the DeviceNet power supply to the 230V ac Aux Power Output connector on the line interface module.October 2007 . Do not turn on incoming power. Place the switch in the position that matches your supply voltage.

Do not turn on incoming power. 50/60 Hz 24 VDC SUPPLY I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR 1 2 L3' L2' L1' 3 4 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Wire the 1768-PA3 power supply to the 230V ac Aux Power Output Connector on the line interface module. 50/60 Hz AUX2 AUX2 1 2 3 4 12 3 4 5 6 12 230 VAC SUPPLY 3 4 AUX1 AUX1 AUX1 I/O_COM 195-265 VAC LOAD. 2. L1 L2/N Protective Earth Ground Top View Line Interface Module 230V ac AUX Power 1 2 L3 L2 L1 CONTROL VAC CTRL2 CTRL1 195-265 VAC LINE.Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Chapter 1 Wire the 1768-PA3 Power Supply Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1.October 2007 31 .

Provides details on how to install. configure and troubleshoot the module.October 2007 . safety circuits. and details on how to install. grounding. publication 1485-IN001 1768 CompactLogix Selection Guide. master control relay. configure the serial and EtherNet/IP driver. publication 1769-SG001 Description Provides details on how to install controller firmware. Provides information on available fiber optic cables. Provides details on selecting 1769 CompactLogix system components. 32 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Chapter 1 Prepare the CompactLogix Hardware Additional Resources Resource CompactLogix Controller Installation Instructions. publication 1768-SG001 1769 CompactLogix Selection Guide. Provides details on how to install a DeviceNet network cable system. input power requirements. and how to interpret the status indicators. Provides details on how to install. publication 1768-IN001 KwikLink General Purpose DeviceNet Media Installation Instructions. configure and troubleshoot the module. publication 1768-IN002 Compact I/O DeviceNet Scanner Module Installation Instructions. publication 1768-IN004 CompactLogix EtherNet/IP Communication Module Installation Instructions. power dissipation. and troubleshoot system power and controller operation. publication 1768-IN005 1768 CompactLogix Power Supply. Provides details on selecting 1768 CompactLogix system components. Provides details on power considerations. configure and troubleshoot the module. publication 1769-IN060 Compact Logix SERCOS Interface Module Installation Instructions.

Before You Begin • Assemble the CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1). • Refer to Required Software on page 14 for your system requirements.October 2007 33 . you configure network communication on your computer and install the necessary programming and configuration software. What You Need • Personal computer • 1756-CP3 serial cable to configure serial driver and update controller firmware • Ethernet CAT5 cable to configure EtherNet/IP driver (option 1) • RSLogix 5000 Software (see page 14 for edition and version information) • RSLinx Lite software • RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software for the DeviceNet network (option 2) • ControlFlash software (packaged with RSLogix 5000 software) 33Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . • Verify that your computer meets the software’s system requirements for your edition of RSLogix 5000 software.Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Introduction In this chapter.

October 2007 .Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Follow These Steps Complete the appropriate steps. Make Network Connections for Personal Computer page 35 Install and Launch RSLinx Software Configure a Serial Driver page 39 Set the IP Address for the Computer page 41 Configure the EtherNet/IP Driver page 43 Install RSLogix 5000 Software page 44 Load the Controller Firmware page 51 Install Additional Software page 53 page 36 34 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

This connection is used to configure the serial driver and load controller firmware. Serial 1756-CP3 EtherNet/IP Ethernet CAT 5 Network Connections Required for DeviceNet System Connect the 1756-CP3 cable between the CH0 serial port on the controller and the COM port on the computer. This connection is used to configure the EtherNet/IP driver in RSLinx software. 2.October 2007 Serial 1756-CP3 35 . Connect a CAT5 Ethernet cable between the Ethernet port on the computer and the Ethernet switch. Connect the 1756-CP3 cable between the CH0 serial port on the controller and a computer COM port. This connection is used to configure the serial driver and load controller firmware.Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 Make Network Connections for Personal Computer Network Connections Required for EtherNet/IP System 1. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

Start the RSLinx Classic software installation. If the RSLinx CD does not autostart. Enter customer information and the RSLinx serial number. 2. then run setup.October 2007 . Accept the license agreement. 36 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Install and Launch RSLinx Software Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems Locate the RSLinx CD that shipped with your RSLogix 5000 software. The serial number is on the RSLogix 5000 software box. 4.exe. select This feature will be installed on local hard drive. 1. Under the Standard Drives Group. 3.

or other drives you want to use.Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 5. b.Click Next. select This feature will be installed on local hard drive. Expand the Standard Drives Group. Click Finish when the install completes. This may take several minutes. 7.October 2007 37 . 6. a. Click Install to begin the installation. Under PowerFlex Drives. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

38 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .October 2007 . Launch the RSLinx software from the Start menu.Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware 8.

Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Turn on power to the L43 controller. Click OK to accept the default driver name. 3. select Communications> Configure Drivers. 2. Select RS-232 DF1 devices and click Add New to add the driver.Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 Configure a Serial Driver Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1.October 2007 39 . 4. From the RSLinx menu bar.

skip to page 44. 7. 6. 9. Install the RSLogix 5000 Software.October 2007 . select Logix5550/ CompactLogix. For DeviceNet systems. The serial driver is added to the Configured Drivers list.Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware 5. Click Auto-Configure. For Device. Verify that the Status of the driver is Running and click Close. Select the Comm Port to which you connected the 1756-CP3 cable. 10. Click the RSWho icon to view driver. 40 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 8. Click OK.

Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 Set the IP Address for the Computer Required for EtherNet/IP System 1.October 2007 41 . On the General tab. 7. 2. On your desktop. Double-click Local Area Connection. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . select Properties. 5. 4. Record the IP address and subnet mask in Appendix A. Click OK. right-click My Network Places and select Properties. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties. For information on selecting IP Addresses. Select Use the following IP address. 6. see page 90. 3. Enter the IP address and Subnet mask as shown or enter your address.

exe window. Type ipconfig and press Enter. 13. Verify that the IP address and Subnet Mask match what you entered.Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware 8. 42 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Close all network windows. 12. Select Run from the Start menu.October 2007 . contact your network administrator. 9. If these numbers do not match what you entered. Type cmd and click OK. 10. 11. Close the cmd.

launch it from the Start menu. 4. From the Communications menu. The EtherNet/IP driver is added to the Configured Drivers list. 2. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click OK to Browse Local Subnet. 6. 5.Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 Configure the EtherNet/IP Driver Required for EtherNet/IP System 1. Select EtherNet/IP Driver. If RSLinx Classic is not open. choose Configure Drivers. then click Add New.October 2007 43 . Click OK to accept the default name. Verify that the Status of the driver is Running and click Close. 3.

Accept the license agreement and click Next.October 2007 . shipped with your RSLogix 5000 software package.Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Install RSLogix 5000 Software Locate the RSLogix 5000 CD. 44 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . click Next to use default RSLogix 5000 installation settings except when indicated.exe. 3. Select the desired language and click Continue. Throughout the installation. Enter the serial number of the RSLogix 5000 software and click Next. then run setup. Start the RSLogix 5000 software installation. 2.xx. 5. publication 9324-RLD3CD-xx. 4.xx. Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1. Accept the default software products for installation and click Next. The serial number is on the Activation Certificate supplied with your software. If the CD does not autostart.

Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 6. Select the FactoryTalk Activation Client and click Next. 7.October 2007 45 . Select Latest Version Only and click Next. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 8. Accept the default install location and click Next.

October 2007 . 46 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Check RSLogix 5000 Tools and Files checkbox and click Next.Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware 9. 10. Check the Optional Tools and Files checkbox and click Next.

Click Complete to install all firmware kits as shown and click Next.October 2007 47 . Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 11. The screen shows the progress of the installation. 12. Click Install to begin the installation.

15. verify path for installing RSLogix 5000 Online Books. Re-insert the RSLogix 5000 CD. Accept the license agreement and click Install.Click Finish when the installation is complete. verify correct path. Click Next to set up the Microsoft .NET Framework. Insert the RSLogix 5000 Start Page Media CD.Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware 13. and click OK.October 2007 . 14. b. and click OK. a. 48 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

17.Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 16. Click Finish when the installation is done. Click Next to begin the PID Calculation Program install. f. c. a.October 2007 49 . d. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Click Next to accept the default install destination directory. Agree to the licence and click Next. b. Click Next to begin the PID installation.Click Next to accept the default backup directory. Click Next to back up replaced files. e. You will now see the status of the RSLogix 5000 tool component installations. Select FactoryTalk Activation and click Finish.

publication FTACTIVATEINS. If your computer is not connected to the Internet. 50 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 19.Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware 18. When the activation and installation completes. click Next to start the Rockwell Software Activation Wizard and follow the instructions. click Cancel.October 2007 . supplied with your RSLogix 5000 package. Refer to page 5 of the Activate Rockwell Software Products. restart your computer. Otherwise.

Select the controller catalog number and click Next. For details. see the controller installation instructions. Turn on incoming power to the CompactLogix power supply. Click Next when the Welcome screen appears. 1. Launch the ControlFlash software. 2. 3. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . It is faster to load the firmware using an EtherNet/IP connection.October 2007 51 . 4.Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 Load the Controller Firmware Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems TIP This procedure shows how to load firmware in the controller using a serial connection.

select the latest. select the revision level to which you want to update the controller and click Next. Close ControlFlash by clicking Cancel. 9. When the controller is updated. Click Finish. 8. Otherwise. 7.October 2007 .Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware 5. If the Current Revision matches the firmware revision you want. 52 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . click Cancel. then skip to the next section. select the 1768-L43 controller and click OK. If you are not sure what revision to use. Move the keyswitch on controller to Program. Under AB_DF1-1. then Yes. then click Yes to start the firmware update. the status box displays Update complete. 6.

Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware Chapter 2 Install Additional Software • If your network configuration includes a PanelView Plus terminal. The patches are in the Rockwell Automation knowledgebase with Answer ID: 35779. Version 4. both are included with the RSView Studio software package.0 with patches dated after January 01.com/knowledgebase • If you are using a DeviceNet network. install RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software. You must also install FactoryTalk Services and RSLinx Enterprise software. In addition. install RSView Studio for Machine Edition software. upgrade your RSView Studio Machine Edition software. Also install the DeviceNet Tag Generator Tool under optional steps of the RSNetWorx for DeviceNet install. 2007.October 2007 53 . Additional Resources Resource CompactLogix Controller Installation Instructions 1768-IN004 Description Provides other methods for loading firmware in the controller. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . The website is: http://rockwellautomation.

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and 1734-TBCJC • A digital POINT I/O module. use the 1734-ADN adapter. other POINT I/O modules can also be used but are not required. Before You Begin • Assemble your CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1). – For an DeviceNet network (option 2). use the 1734-TBCJC mounting base – For all other modules. use the 1734-TB or 1734-TBS mounting base.October 2007 55 . use the 1734-AENT adapter. you install the 1734 POINT network adapter and the 1734 POINT I/O modules.Chapter 3 Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Hardware Introduction In this chapter. • Determine which of these network adapters to use: – For an EtherNet/IP network (option 1). • 1794-PS3 or 1794-PS13 power supply • DIN rail • Standard CAT5 Ethernet cable for EtherNet/IP system (option 1) 55Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . This example uses 1734-OB4E. • Select the appropriate mounting base for the I/O modules: – For the 1734-IT2I module. What You Need • POINT I/O adapter: 1734-AENT or 1734-ADN • POINT I/O mounting bases: 1734-TB or 1734-TBS. however.

Chapter 3 Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Hardware Follow These Steps If you have POINT I/O.October 2007 CLEAN CLEAN . complete the steps for your network. EtherNet/IP Mount and Connect the Network Adapter page 57 Mount the POINT I/O Modules page 59 Mount and Wire the POINT I/O Power Supply page 60 Wire the Adapter and I/O Modules to the Power Supply page 61 Wire the Adapter and I/O Modules to the Power Supply page 61 DIRTY DeviceNet Mount and Connect the Network Adapter page 58 Mount the POINT I/O Modules page 59 Mount and Wire the POINT I/O Power Supply page 60 DIRTY L1 L2 L3 E LINE LOAD L1 L2 L3 E DIRTY CLEAN DIRTY Distributed POINT I/O Power Supply Pow r e 4 2 V DC POWER SUPPLY 179 -PS3 4 COM 2V 4 CLEAN 56 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

October 2007 57 . 5. p Example Address 00:00:BC:21:44:8A Ethernet Address 9 9 9 Eth er n et Ad dr es s Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Press the adapter onto the DIN rail. 2. This example uses 999. Remove the protective cover from the right side of the adapter. 4. For EtherNet/IP systems. skip to page 59. 3. Set the address to a value greater than or equal to 256. Connect an Ethernet cable between the Ethernet connector on the adapter and the Ethernet switch. Locate the Ethernet Address (MAC) and the major revision on the POINT Adapter and record both in Appendix A. Mount the Point I/O Modules.Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Hardware Chapter 3 Mount and Connect the Network Adapter 1734-AENT EtherNet/IP Adapter for EtherNet/IP System 1. The address is used to set the IP address.

2.October 2007 . Press the adapter onto the DIN rail. Remove the protective cover from the right side of the adapter. Set the node address to 02 for this example. Wire the KwikLink QD Micro Cordset to the 1734-ADN connector. 4. Connect the QD Micro Cordset to a KwikLink sealed micro connector on the DeviceNet network. 3.Chapter 3 Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Hardware 1734-ADN DeviceNet Adapter for DeviceNet System 1. Connect Red White Bare Blue Black To V+ CAN High Shield CAN Low VP St oin at tB us us ta pt tu er s D St evi at ce us N et A S da 17 34 S Po yste Fi we m Po eld r w er AD N KwikLink Sealed Terminator KwikLink Sealed Terminator 5. 1769-SDN DeviceNet Module KwikLink Sealed Micro Connector 1606-XLDNET8 Power Supply PowerFlex 70 Drive with 20-COMM-D 58 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

Repeat with all of the I/O assemblies. Slide the first module and wiring base assembly along the side of the adapter and press it onto DIN rail. Wiring Base 2 8 1 3 1 4 5 7 Module Handle Tongue-and-groove slots 59 . This quick start uses the 1734-OB4E output module. All other modules can be mounted in either the 1734-TB or 1734-TBS wiring bases. flathead screwdriver. Using a small. 0 2. Press the module into the wiring base. Complete steps 1-3 with all POINT I/O modules. 6. 5. rotate the keyswitch on the wiring base to 1. 4. Snap the handle up.October 2007 6 1. M St od at u us le N Sta tw O t o D u rk E: s N e 1 2 3 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 3.Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Hardware Chapter 3 Mount the POINT I/O Modules Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems IMPORTANT The 1734-IT21 must be mounted in the 1734-TBCJC wiring base.

50/60 Hz 12 3 4 5 6 3 4 1 2 AUX1 AUX1 24 VDC SUPPLY I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR L3' L2' L1' 3 4 60 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 1. Press the module onto the DIN rail. Hook the upper-lip of the power module onto the DIN rail. Power 24V DC POWER SUPPLY 1794-PS3 GR L2/N L1 COM 24V Top View Optional LIM 230V ac AUX Power Output Connector AUX1 CONTROL VAC CTRL2 CTRL1 195-265 VAC LINE. 3. 50/60 Hz 12 1 2 3 4 1 2 L3 L2 L1 AUX2 AUX2 L2 L1 230 VAC SUPPLY I/O_COM 195-265 VAC LOAD.October 2007 . Upper-lip of DIN rail latch 2. Wire the POINT I/O power supply to the 230V ac Aux Power Output connector on the line interface module.Chapter 3 Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Hardware Mount and Wire the POINT I/O Power Supply 1794-PS3 or 1794-PS13 Power Supply for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems WARNING Verify that all incoming power is turned off before wiring power.

publication 1734-IN511 POINT I/O Cold Junction Compensation Wiring Base Assembly Installation Instructions. publication 1734-SG001 Provides details on how to mount and wire the power supply. publication 1794-IN069 Point I/O Selection Guide. Provides details on how to install and remove the wiring base. publication 1734-IN590 POINT I/O DeviceNet Adapter Installation Instructions. publication 1734-IN583 POINT I/O Protected Output Module Installation Provides details on how to install. set the network address. and interpret the status indicators. Module Status Module Status M oudle S t au s t N ew ok r t S t au s t N OE: D Network Status NODE: 0 2 PointBus Status ControlNet A Status ControlNet B Status 24VDC Sink Input 0 1 2 3 1734 IB4 0 1 2 3 2 4 VC D S o r ce u uput t 1734-ACNR 4 System Power Field Power 7 1734 O BE A Pow r e 2 V DC 4 POWER SUPPLY 179 -PS3 4 B COM 24V COM 2V 4 Additional Resources Resource POINT I/O EtherNet/IP Adapter Installation Instructions. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . and terminal block. publication 1734-IN056 protected output module. publication 1734-IN026 POINT I/O Wiring Base Assembly Installation Instructions.October 2007 61 . and troubleshoot the Instructions. Description Provides details on how to mount and connect the network adapter. Refer to the individual POINT I/O installation instructions for wiring the I/O modules. FLEX I/O DC Power Supply Module Installation Instructions. communicate with. Provides details on selecting 1734 POINT I/O components. wire the adapter and I/O modules to the power supply. Refer to the installation instructions for the 1734-AENT or 1734-ADN adapters. Connect the 12/24V dc common and power wires from the power supply to the adapter. 2. wire.Prepare the Distributed POINT I/O Hardware Chapter 3 Wire the Adapter and I/O Modules to the Power Supply Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1.

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You also configure the communication adapter and make network connections. – For a DeviceNet network (option 2). use the 20-COMM-D adapter. use the 20-COMM-E adapter.October 2007 63 .Chapter 4 Prepare the PowerFlex 70 Drive Introduction In this chapter. Before You Begin • Assemble your CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1). What You Need • PowerFlex 70 drive • PowerFlex 70 communication adapter – 20-COMM-E for an EtherNet/IP network (option 1) – 20-COMM-D for a DeviceNet network (option 2) • Standard CAT5 Ethernet cable for EtherNet/IP system (option 1) 63Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . • Determine which network adapter to use on the PowerFlex 70 drive: – For an EtherNet/IP network (option 1). you mount and wire power to a PowerFlex 70 drive.

complete the steps for your network.October 2007 CLEAN CLEAN .Chapter 4 Prepare the PowerFlex 70 Drive Follow These Steps If you have a PowerFlex 70 Drive. EtherNet/IP Mount and Wire the PowerFlex 70 Drive page 65 Configure the Communication Adapter page 67 Connect Communication Adapter to the PowerFlex 70 Drive page 69 Connect Communication Adapter to the PowerFlex 70 Drive page 68 DIRTY DeviceNet DIRTY Mount and Wire the PowerFlex 70 Drive page 65 Configure the Communication Adapter page 67 L1 L2 L3 E LINE LOAD L1 L2 L3 E DIRTY CLEAN DIRTY Pow r e 4 2 V DC POWER SUPPLY 179 -PS3 4 COM 2V 4 CLEAN 64 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

Prepare the PowerFlex 70 Drive Chapter 4 Mount and Wire the PowerFlex 70 Drive Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems WARNING Verify that all incoming power is turned off before wiring power. Loosen the screw and remove the cover. 2. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . refer to the PowerFlex 70 User Manual. publication 20A-UM001. For mounting instructions. 1.October 2007 65 . Mount the PowerFlex 70 drive to the control enclosure subpanel using the four mounting slots provided.

Wire the PowerFlex 70 240V ac.Chapter 4 Prepare the PowerFlex 70 Drive 3. PE terminals. Wire the PE Chassis ground terminal on the PowerFlex 70 to earth ground.October 2007 . 4. 6. Remove a knockout from the bottom plate on the drive for routing the power line conductors. fuse fuse fuse L1 R L2 S L3 T BR1 BR2 +DC BRK T1 U T2 V T3 W PE PE Motor Top View Optional LIM 240V ac 3-Phase Load Connector 1 2 L3 L2 L1 CONTROL VAC CTRL2 CTRL1 195-265 VAC LINE. Connect the 240V 3-phase motor to the PowerFlex T1. 5. 50/60 Hz 24 VDC SUPPLY I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR 1 2 L3' L2' L1' 3 4 66 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . T3. 3-phase line power terminals to the 240V ac. 50/60 Hz AUX2 AUX2 1 2 3 4 12 3 4 5 6 12 230 VAC SUPPLY 3 4 AUX1 AUX1 AUX1 I/O_COM 195-265 VAC LOAD. T2. 3-phase Load connector on the line interface module. Fuse according to PowerFlex power rating.

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20-COMM-D DeviceNet Adapter for DeviceNet System
1. Set the node address on the adapter to 13 for this quick start.
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1. Connect the flat-ribbon cable between the adapter and the PowerFlex 70 drive.

2. Fold the cable under adapter without creasing and secure adapter on drive using the captive screws. 3. Remove a knockout from the bottom plate on the drive and route the DeviceNet network cable through the hole. 4. Wire the KwikLink QD Micro Cordset to the 20-COMM-D connector.
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2. Fold the cable under the adapter without creasing and secure the adapter on the drive using the captive screws. 3. Remove a knockout from the bottom plate on the drive route the Ethernet cable through the hole. 4. Connect a CAT5 Ethernet cable between the Ethernet adapter and the Ethernet switch. 5. Replace drive cover.

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Additional Resources
Resource PowerFlex 70 User Manual, publication 20A-UM001 PowerFlex 70 EtherNet/IP Adapter User Manual, publication 20COMM-UM010 PowerFlex 70 DeviceNet Adapter User Manual, publication 20COMM-UM002 Description Provides details on how to mount and wire power to the PowerFlex 70 drive. Also provides information on how to set drive parameters and troubleshoot the drive. Provides details on how to install, configure, and use the adapter.

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Chapter 5 Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal Introduction In this chapter.October 2007 71 . Before You Begin • Assemble your CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1). • Determine which network to use. You also configure network communication and make network connections. – EtherNet/IP network (option 1) using Ethernet connection – DeviceNet network (option 2) using serial connection What You Need • PanelView Plus terminal • Standard CAT5 Ethernet cable for Ethernet connection (option 1) • 2711-NC13 cable for a serial connection 71Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . you mount and wire the PanelView Plus terminal.

complete the appropriate steps. EtherNet/IP Mount and Wire the PanelView Plus Terminal page 73 Make Network Connections for PanelView Plus page 74 Assign IP Address for PanelView Plus page 75 Make Network Connections for PanelView Plus page 74 DeviceNet Mount and Wire the PanelView Plus Terminal page 73 72 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Chapter 5 Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal Follow These Steps If you have a PanelView Plus terminal.October 2007 .

2. refer to the PanelView Plus Terminal user manual. publication 2711P-UM001.Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal Chapter 5 Mount and Wire the PanelView Plus Terminal Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems For complete mounting instructions.October 2007 73 . 1. Remove the terminal block from the PanelView Plus. WARNING Verify that all incoming power is turned off before wiring power. Mount the PanelView Plus to the control enclosure door using the mounting clips shipped with terminal. Connect the PanelView Plus power terminal block to the I/O power terminals on the front of the line interface module. 4.+ 24V (+) IOL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 IO_PWR1 IO_COM1 IO_PWR1 IO_COM1 IO_PWR1 IO_COM1 COIL_E1 COIL_E2 ALRM_M SHIELD ALRM_B ALRM_COM CONSTAT_11 CONSTAT_12 CONSTAT_21 CONSTAT_22 CONSTAT_31 CONSTAT_32 CONSTAT_53 CONSTAT_54 SHIELD 1 2 Line Interface Module I/O Power Front View Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Re-attach the terminal block to the PanelView Plus terminal. COM (-) . 3.

CAT5 Ethernet Cable Network Connections Required for DeviceNet System Connect the 2711-NC13 cable between the serial port on the PanelView Plus terminal and the CH0 serial port of the L43 controller.Chapter 5 Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal Make Network Connections for PanelView Plus Network Connections Required for EtherNet/IP System Connect a CAT5 Ethernet cable between the Ethernet port on the PanelView Plus terminal and the Ethernet switch.October 2007 . 2711-NC13 74 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

On the initial PanelView configuration screen. 3. Select IP Address [F2].October 2007 75 . Networks and Communications Network Connectors Network Adapters Built-in Ethernet Controller Diagnostics Setup Display File Management Font Linking Input Devices Networks and Communications Print Setup Startup Options System Event Log System Information Time/Date/Regional Settings 4. select Terminal Settings [F4]. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Apply power to the PanelView terminal. 2. Navigate to Built-in Ethernet Controller by selecting the path shown.Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal Chapter 5 Assign IP Address for PanelView Plus Required for EtherNet/IP System 1.

c. 76 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Enter the subnet mask for your computer. see page 90. Select Subnet Mask [F2].October 2007 . Select IP Address [F1]. Record IP address in Appendix A. then OK [F7] again to acknowledge reset message. Select OK [F7] to save settings.Chapter 5 Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal 5. a. 7. b.Press Enter. Select Use DHCP [F4] to select No.Press Enter. recorded in Appendix A. 6. a. For information on IP addresses. b. Enter an IP address in the input panel. 8.

asp To update the terminal firmware. Select Close [F8] until you return to the initial configuration screen. Upgrade the firmware in the terminal using the RSLinx Enterprise network connection. you need to upgrade the terminal firmware.Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal Chapter 5 9. You can download the firmware from this website: http://support. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Upgrade Terminal Firmware Required for Terminals with Firmware Earlier than 4.com/ControlFlash/FUW. then Yes [F7] to confirm.rockwellautomation.09 If the firmware in your PanelView Plus terminal is earlier than 4.00.00. 10. launch RSView Studio software and select Tools>Firmware Upgrade Wizard.09.October 2007 77 . Select Reset [F8] to reset the terminal.

Provides comprehensive guidelines on how to properly ground and wire PanelView Plus terminals. 78 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . mount the PanelView Plus terminals. publication 2711P-UM001 PanelView Plus Grounding and Wiring Applications Technical Data.October 2007 . publication 2711P-TD001 Description Provides details on how to install communication modules. wire power to the terminals. make network connections.Chapter 5 Prepare the PanelView Plus Terminal Additional Resources Resource PanelView Plus Terminal User Manual. and configure terminal settings.

line filter • Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System: power rail. you prepare your Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive system. Before You Begin • Assemble your CompactLogix Hardware (Chapter 1) • Review Basic System Components (Preface) What You Need • Input Power: Line Interface Module (optional). connector kit 79Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . motor feedback. Axis and Integrated Axis Modules • Motors • Cables: motor power.October 2007 79 .Chapter 6 Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Introduction In this chapter. SERCOS fiber optic cables.

October 2007 CLEAN CLEAN AC Line Filter . DIRTY Mount and Bond the Power Rail page 81 Mount the Integrated Axis and Axis Module page 82 L1 L2 L3 E LINE LOAD L1 L2 L3 E Line Interface Module DIRTY Wire Power to the Integrated Axis Module page 84 Wire Servo Motors to Integrated Axis and Axis Modules page 85 Connect the SERCOS Fiber Optic Cables page 86 CLEAN DIRTY CLEAN DIRTY Pow r e 4 2 V DC POWER SUPPLY 179 -PS3 4 COM 2V 4 Set the SERCOS Node Address page 87 80 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Chapter 6 Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Follow These Steps If you have a Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System. complete these steps.

Do not remove the protective boot until you install the modules. 2. and up to seven axis modules (AM) or shunt modules (SM). 1. The connector pins for each slot on the power rail are covered by a protective boot. Tighten all mounting fasteners.) bolts. Bond the power rail to the enclosure subpanel using the ground strap provided. Layout the position for your power rail in the enclosure. Attach the power rail to the cabinet using M6 (1/4 in. 3.October 2007 81 .Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Chapter 6 Mount and Bond the Power Rail 2094-PRS1 through 2094-PRS8 The Kinetix power rails support one integrated axis module (IAM). Bonded Cabinet Ground Boot Ground Stud with Braided Ground Strap Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 4. making sure the power rail is properly bonded to the cabinet.

4. This quick start uses one integrated axis module and one axis module. Typical Rear View of IAM or AM Module Guide Pin Holes Guide Pin Power Rail 82 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Remove the label from the IAM module (2094-AC09-M02) that is covering the power connector pins. Hang the mounting bracket from the slots on the power rail.Chapter 6 Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Mount the Integrated Axis and Axis Module 2094-AC09-M02. If your application includes a shunt module. Gently push the module against the power rail. Slot filler modules fill the remaining empty slots on the power rail. Pivot the IAM module downward. 2094-AM01 The integrated axis module (IAM) mounts in the two leftmost slots of the power rail. it would mount to the right of the axis modules. aligning the guide pins on the power rail with the guide pin holes on the back of the module. 5. The axis modules (AM) mount to the right of the IAM module in left-to-right order. 3. Remove the protective boot covering the two leftmost slots on the power rail. 2. 1.October 2007 . ranging from highest-to-lowest power rating.

Use 2. 8. empty power slots.26 Nm (20 lb-in) torque to tighten the mounting screws. 9. Mounting Screws on IAM and AM modules.Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Chapter 6 6. 7. Repeat steps 2 through 6 to mount slot filler modules in all remaining.October 2007 83 . Repeat steps 2 through 6 to mount the AM module in the power rail slot to the right of the IAM module. Remove the protective boot from the power rail slot to the right of the IAM module. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

5. L1 L2 L3 E Line Interface Module Incoming Power Top View 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 I/O_COM Front View IOL IO_PWR1 IO_COM1 IO_PWR1 IO_COM1 IO_PWR1 IO_COM1 COIL_E1 COIL_E2 ALRM_M SHIELD ALRM_B ALRM_COM CONSTAT_11 CONSTAT_12 CONSTAT_21 CONSTAT_22 CONSTAT_31 CONSTAT_32 CONSTAT_53 CONSTAT_54 SHIELD 1 6 8 195-265 VAC LINE. 50/60 Hz 12 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 1 2 7 230 VAC SUPPLY AUX1 AUX1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 24 VDC SUPPLY I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR I/O_COM I/O_PWR L3' L2' L1' 3 4 1 3 4 E-Stop LINE AC RFI Line Filter LOAD L1 L2 L3 E CTRL 2 CTRL 1 DCDC+ L3 L2 L1 CONT ENCONT EN+ 1 2 5 RX DPI TX 1 2 3 4 5 6 BAUD RATE 5 W V U MBRK MBRK + COM PWR DBRK DBRK + Top View Integrated Axis Module 84 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Wire the LIM module load terminals to the AC line filter. 4. Wire the 230V control power from the LIM to the IAM module. Wire the AC line filter load terminals to the IAM line terminals. 50/60 Hz L3 L2 L1 CL2 CL1 CONTROL VAC CTRL2 CTRL1 12 L3 L2 L1 AUX2 AUX2 1 2 3 4 195-265 VAC LOAD. Wire the E1 safety coil on the LIM module to the E-stop button. The AC conductor sizes are based on the motor load requirements. Wire the E2 safety coil on LIM module to the CONT EN contacts on the IAM module. 3. 2.October 2007 1 2 3 4 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 . 2094-AC09-M02 1.Chapter 6 Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Wire Power to the Integrated Axis Module This procedure shows power connections to the integrated axis module (IAM) when using the line interface module (LIM). line terminals.

Integrated Axis Module or Axis Module a.Attach the tie wrap W-Blue V-Black U-Brown around cable and clamp if you need more strain relief.Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Chapter 6 Wire Servo Motors to Integrated Axis and Axis Modules 2094-AC09-M02. making sure the cable and braid are secured by clamp.October 2007 Motor Power Cable 2090-XXNPMP-16S03 CONT ENCONT EN+ 1 2 3 4 85 . Exposed Braid under Clamp c. MP Green/Yellow d. 2.Position the exposed 1 Tie Wrap braid of the motor power cable in line Cable Clamp with the clamp. Repeat steps 1 through 3 for all servo motors and AM modules. 2094-AM01. Use a small flatblade Front View Top View screwdriver to depress the spring loaded clamp plate. 4. CTRL 2 CTRL 1 DCDC+ L3 L2 L1 W V U MBRK MBRK + COM PWR DBRK DBRK + RX TX DPI BAUD RATE Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . MPL-A310P-MK22AA. Connect the motor MF 2 power cable between MPL Motor the Motor Power (MP) Connector on the IAM or AM module and the power connector on 3 the motor. 2090-UXNFBMP-S03 1. Cable b. 2090-XXNPMP-16S03. Attach motor power cable to shield clamp. 3. Connect the feedback cable between the Motor Feedback (MF) Motor Feedback Cable connector on the IAM 2090-UXNFBMP-S03 or AM module and the feedback connector on the motor. Release the spring.

Chapter 6 Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Connect the SERCOS Fiber Optic Cables 2090-SCEP0-1. RX TX RX TX AXIS 0 NODE 01 AXIS 1 NODE 03 KINETIX 2 AXIS MOTION 86 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . making sure to tighten the fiber optic ring on each end. Connect the 2090-SCEP0-9 fiber optic cable between the TX port on the bottom of the SERCOS module and the RX port on the IAM module. 2090-SCEP0-9 SERCOS Interface Module SERVO Interface a b c 31604-M SERCOS Interface Module. making sure to tighten the fiber optic ring on each end. 1768-M04SE TX RX SERCOS FIBER-OPTIC RING 2090-SCEP0-1 2090-SCEP0-9 3. Connect the 2090-SCEP0-1 fiber optic cable between the TX port on the IAM module and the RX port on the AM module. making sure to tighten the fiber optic ring on each end. 2090-SCEP0-9 1. Connect the 2090-SCEP0-9 fiber optic cable between the RX port on the bottom of the SERCOS module and the TX port on the AM module.October 2007 . 2.

Record this address in Appendix A. Set the SERCOS node address on the front of the Integrated Axis Module to 01.October 2007 87 . 2.Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Chapter 6 Set the SERCOS Node Address 1. 0 1 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

Provides best practices on how to minimize noise in control panel while complying with noise regulations. publication IASIMP-QS002 Logix5000 Motion Modules User Manual. Provides complete details and tools to help you quickly integrate a Kinetix Motion system into your ControlLogix system. publication GMC-SG001 Kinetix 6000 Multi-Axis Servo Drive Installation Manual. and troubleshoot the line interface module. publication LOGIX-UM002 System Design for Control of Electrical Noise Video. publication 2094-UM001 Line Interface Module Installation Instructions. See appendix B for more information. Motion Analyzer. Provides details on panel layout. Provides a comprehensive motion control tool with application analysis software for sizing motor/drive combinations for your application. Contact your local distributor for details on how obtain publication. and how to install and wire Kinetix 6000 drives and components. Contact your local distributor for details on how to obtain CD. publication GMC-SP004. See appendix C for more information. including how to start up. publication 2094-IN001 Kinetix 6000 Multi-Axis Servo Drive User Manual.October 2007 . Provides details on how to integrate your Kinetix 6000 system with a CompactLogix 2094-M04SE SERCOS module. publication GMC-RM001 Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit Quick Start. Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit CD. and troubleshoot the system. 88 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Provides details on how to setup and configure motion control using your 1768 SERCOS module. Provides details on how to install. publication 2094-IN005 System Design for Control of Electrical Noise.Chapter 6 Prepare the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive System Additional Resources Resource Kinetix Motion Control Selection Guide. wire. configure. catalog number PST-SG003 Description Provides details on motor and drive performance specifications. IASIMP-SP004.

Before You Begin • Assemble your CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1). TIP Devices on the EtherNet/IP network broadcast requests for IP addresses until the IP addresses have been assigned. The NIC and driver are standard on most computers. except the PanelView Plus terminal. any industry-standard BOOTP server will work. • BOOTP/DHCP utility from the RSLogix 5000 software CD.October 2007 89 . – For a non-isolated network. however. • Install all your hardware (Chapters 4 through 6). obtain IP addresses from your network administrator. • Verify that power is applied to all devices. The procedure in this chapter uses the BOOTP Server packaged with RSLogix 5000 software to assign IP addresses. you can create an isolated network. contact your network administrator to obtain IP addresses. This chapter assumes you are using an isolated network. Record these addresses in the Ethernet Addresses table in Appendix A. What You Need • Network Interface Card (NIC) and its associated Windows driver installed on your computer. – If using a nonisolated network. including the computer through an Ethernet switch.Chapter 7 Configure the EtherNet/IP Network Introduction In this chapter. 89Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . • Prepare your computer (Chapter 2). – For an isolated network. determine a numbering convention for your IP addresses. • Ethernet Address (MAC) for each device that you recorded in Appendix A. you assign IP addresses to devices on the EtherNet/IP network. • IP Address for each device. – If you connect all devices.

xxx.1.xxx. xxx.xxx. An IP address consists of four decimal integers separated by periods. Each xxx is a decimal value from 0 through 255.October 2007 . You use the Ethernet address to identify a device so you can assign it an IP address. The address is usually on a label on the device itself. Contact your network administrator or use the ones provided in the examples. You can manually set the IP address or you can use special software to automatically assign it. Each digit in the address is a hexadecimal number from 0 to 9. Assign IP Addresses page 91 Browse the EtherNet/IP Network in RSLinx Classic Software page 93 Terminology Ethernet networks use these types of addresses. xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx. The IP address identifies a node on an Ethernet network. complete these steps. or A to F. IP address 90 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . No other device will have the same address. Once you set an IP address for a device. The selection of IP addresses is beyond the scope of this quick start. An example IP address is 192. and it can not be changed by the user.0. you generally reference the device by its IP address. Term Ethernet address Definition Each Ethernet device has a unique Ethernet address.Chapter 7 Configure the EtherNet/IP Network Follow These Steps If you have an EtherNet/IP network. The examples in this quick start use IP addresses to define communication paths to the devices. The address has twelve digits separated by colons. sometimes called a MAC address.168.

Prepare the PanelView Plus terminal. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 3. 1. Click OK. Launch BOOTP/DHCP Server utility. you will get this message. select Tools>Network Settings. The IP address for the PanelView Plus device was assigned during installation in Chapter 5. The BOOTP/DHCP utility is installed during the RSLogix 5000 software installation. except the PanelView Plus terminal. Click OK. Enter the Subnet Mask recorded in Appendix A for your computer. 4. 2. Otherwise.October 2007 91 . You are then asked to enter the subnet mask in step 3.Configure the EtherNet/IP Network Chapter 7 Assign IP Addresses The BOOTP/DHCP Server utility is used to assign IP addresses to most devices in this quick start. If running this utility for the first time.

92 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 5.Chapter 7 Configure the EtherNet/IP Network The Request History displays all devices in your network that need IP addresses. obtain IP addresses from your network administrator. Repeat steps 5 . 6. 7. it will not retain its IP address unless you disable BOOTP/DHCP.October 2007 . Select the first device in the Relation List and click Disable BOOTP/DHCP. except the PanelView Plus. The Ethernet (MAC) addresses correspond to the addresses entered in Appendix A. 8. Enter the IP address that you recorded in Appendix A and click OK. Double-click a request from one of the devices.7 for each device. If a device is power cycled. If you are not on an isolated network.

10. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . If prompted to save changes. Close the BOOTP/DHCP utility. Browse the EtherNet/IP Network in RSLinx Classic Software Click the RSWho button to view the EtherNet/IP driver and devices.Configure the EtherNet/IP Network Chapter 7 9. click No.October 2007 93 . Repeat step 9 for all devices except the PanelView Plus.

Chapter 7 Configure the EtherNet/IP Network Additional Resources Resource EtherNet/IP Modules in Logix 5000 Control Systems User Manual.October 2007 . refer to the Knowledgebase tech note E47839422. 94 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . If you are connecting to the AB_ETHIP driver using a VPN connection with a firewall.(1) Provides a description of the common Comms error dialog and its solution.com/knowledgebase (1) Description Provides details on how to configure and use EtherNet/IP modules in Logix 5000 systems including how to assign IP addresses to devices and browse the EtherNet/IP network in RSLinx software. publication ENET-UM001 Tech Note # E47839422 available at: http://rockwellautomation.

Chapter 8 Configure the DeviceNet Network Introduction In this chapter. you configure the DeviceNet node address for the 1769-SDN module. You also create the RSNetWorx for DeviceNet file that stores the network configuration. – POINT I/O 1734-ADN DeviceNet adapter (Chapter 3) – PowerFlex 70 drive with 20-COMM-D adapter (Chapter 4) • Verify that power is applied to all devices. • Prepare the computer (Chapter 2). including the DeviceNet Scanner (Chapter 1 through 6). Before You Begin • Install all hardware. • Connect devices to the DeviceNet network (option 1).October 2007 95 . What You Need • RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software 95Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

complete these steps.October 2007 . Apply Power to the DeviceNet Network page 96 Set the Node Address of the DeviceNet Scanner page 97 Create a DeviceNet Configuration File page 99 Apply Power to the DeviceNet Network Turn on incoming power to the DeviceNet network.Chapter 8 Configure the DeviceNet Network Follow These Steps If you have a DeviceNet network. 1606-XL POWER SUPPLY AC 120V AC 240V Input AC 100-120/200-240V DC ok Output 200W Limited Power DC 24V / 8A N L Isolate power before disconnecting + – DC ok 96 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

then select 1769-SDN Scanner Module. 4. Click OK. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Select Tools>Node Commissioning. 5. 3. 2.October 2007 97 . Expand the 1769-SDN Scanner Module and the DeviceNet Port. expand the CompactLogix Backplane and the 1769 CompactBus. Launch RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software.Configure the DeviceNet Network Chapter 8 Set the Node Address of the DeviceNet Scanner 1. Under AB_DF1-1. 6. Click Browse.

click Yes. 98 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . The Address is applied and is confirmed in the Messages box. If you receive a linking device warning. The Node Commissioning dialog is populated with the current settings for the 1769-SDN module.Chapter 8 Configure the DeviceNet Network 7. Click Close. Select 1 for the node Address of the 1769-SDN and click Apply. 9.October 2007 . Record the address in Appendix A. 10. 8.

2. Select File>New. node 1 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . expand the 1768-L43 Backplane and the 1769 CompactBus. Under AB_DF-1.Configure the DeviceNet Network Chapter 8 Create a DeviceNet Configuration File 1. In this example. Record the slot number of the 1769-SDN module in Appendix A. Click the Who Active button to go online. the 1769-SDN is in slot 1 of the 1769 Bus and node 1 of the DeviceNet network. slot1 5. 4. 3. Expand the 1769-SDN Scanner Module and select the DeviceNet port.October 2007 99 . then click OK.

When all of the devices on your DeviceNet network have appeared on the screen. If your PowerFlex drive does not display. click Cancel. 100 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . RSNetWorx begins browsing the network. Select the Module tab.October 2007 .Chapter 8 Configure the DeviceNet Network 6. This clears the configuration from the 1769-SDN module. Click Download. synching the software with the device. Right-click the 1769-SDN and select Properties. see Uploading an EDS File From a Drive. 9. 8. Click OK. Knowledgebase ID 20539 7.

Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . recorded in Appendix A and click OK. 14. Record the . Close the RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software. 12. 13.dnt file name and path in Appendix A.Configure the DeviceNet Network Chapter 8 10. 11. In the Platform field. Select the Slot number. select CompactLogix. Save the DeviceNet configuration file.October 2007 101 .

Provides an explanation about uploading EDS files from drives. configuration. publication DNET-UM004 Uploading an EDS File From a Drive.October 2007 .Chapter 8 Configure the DeviceNet Network Additional Resources Resource DeviceNet Modules in Logix5000 Control Systems User Manual. Knowledgebase ID 20539. http://rockwellautomation.com/knowledgebase Description Provides details on the installation. 102 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . and operation of DeviceNet modules.

October 2007 103 . This example uses a 1769-OB16 module. • Configure your network. In the project. you create a project in RSLogix 5000 software. – EtherNet/IP network (Chapter 7) – DeviceNet network (Chapter 8) What You Need • CompactLogix I/O modules needed for your application. This project is used in subsequent chapters to test communication with other devices. • Prepare the computer and verify that RSLogix 5000 software is installed (Chapter 2). you use ladder logic to create a push button that controls a light on a digital output module.Chapter 9 Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Introduction In this chapter. 103Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Before You Begin • Assemble the CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1).

October 2007 . Configure 1769-SDN DeviceNet Module page 107 Configure 1769 Local I/O Modules page 109 Verify I/O Configuration page 110 Add Ladder Logic to Test Local 1769 Compact I/O Modules page 111 Set the Project Path and Download to the Controller page 114 104 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Create a Project page 105 Optional Complete if you have an Ethernet System Configure 1768-ENBT Ethernet Module page 106 Optional Complete if you have a DeviceNet network.Chapter 9 Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Follow These Steps Complete the appropriate steps depending on your network.

October 2007 105 . 3.Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Chapter 9 Create a Project Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1. Select the controller Type and Revision. c.Enter a unique controller Name. b. In the New Controller dialog: a. Select New Project. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Launch RSLogix 5000 software. 2. Click OK.

October 2007 . select 1768-ENBT/A. Enter a Name for the module. For EtherNet/IP systems. Expand Communications.Chapter 9 Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Configure 1768-ENBT Ethernet Module Required for EtherNet/IP System 1. e. and click OK. right-click 1768 Bus and select New Module. c. 2.Enter the IP Address from Appendix A. 106 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Select Disable Keying. b. Configure 1769 I/O Modules. Under I/O Configuration. skip to page 109. Set the Slot to 1. d. Click OK. In the New Module dialog: a. 3. f. Uncheck Open Module Properties.

Expand Communications. 3. Under I/O Configuration.Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Chapter 9 Configure 1769-SDN DeviceNet Module Required for DeviceNet System 1. Select the Major Revision (firmware) of the SDN module recorded in Appendix A and click OK. select the 1769-SDN series letter recorded in Appendix A. right-click 1769 Bus. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .October 2007 107 . and select New Module. and click OK. 2.

e.Set the Slot to 1.dnt file recorded in Appendix A and click OK. b. Check Open Module Properties. Select the minor (firmware) Revision. On the RSNetWorx tab. 108 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . d. c.Select an Input Size and Output Size to accommodate the input and output sizes of the modules in your system. Verify that the SDN module was added to the I/O Configuration. 5. Click OK.Chapter 9 Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software 4. In the New Module dialog: a. You created this file in chapter 8. f.October 2007 . This example uses 20. Enter a Name for the module. g. browse to find the DeviceNet . Select Disable Keying.

Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Expand Digital.October 2007 109 . This example uses a 1769-OB16 output module.Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Chapter 9 Configure 1769 Local I/O Modules Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1. right-click 1769 Bus. and click OK. Under I/O Configuration. select the appropriate I/O module. and select New Module. 2.

Chapter 9 Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software 3. Verify I/O Configuration Required EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems When you are done with I/O configuration.Select Disable Keying. In the dialog: a. c.Set the appropriate Slot number. Click Change. Enter a Name for the module. verify that all modules are populated in the I/O Configuration tree. b. 110 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click OK to accept module definition changes. d. then OK to exit dialog.October 2007 . e. Repeat steps 1 through 3 to add all your local I/O modules in order from left to right. 4.

Expand Tasks and double-click MainRoutine under MainProgram.October 2007 111 . 4. From the Element toolbar. 2. Double-click ? in the Examine On. Type PB and press Enter. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Chapter 9 Add Ladder Logic to Test Local 1769 Compact I/O Modules Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1. 3. PB is a push button. drag and drop an Examine On and an Output Energize element on the rung. A blank MainRoutine opens.

Click OK to accept the defaults. not spaces. Name the Output Energize xxxx_Light. 7.October 2007 . 6. Right-click PB and select New "PB". Use underscores (_) in tag name.Chapter 9 Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software 5. where xxxx is the catalog number suffix of the 1769 Compact digital output module. 112 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

9. Click OK.Data. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . In the Type field. 10.Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Chapter 9 8. In the Alias For field. browse to a local 1769 Compact digital output module and select a bit. The xxxx_Light is an alias tag for the I/O point tag name.0. Right-click the xxxx_Light tag name and select New "xxxx_Light".October 2007 113 . This lets you assign a simple name to a physical I/O point address. This example uses Local:2:O. select Alias. 11.

October 2007 . 2. 6. EtherNet/IP Serial 114 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . If using serial communications. 3. 5. Move the keyswitch on controller to Program. verify that the 1756-CP3 cable is connected between the computer and the controller. Save your changes. Click the Who Active button. Expand the network tree.Chapter 9 Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Set the Project Path and Download to the Controller Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1. 4. Click Download. Select your controller and click Set Project Path.

9. Press Ctrl+T to toggle the state to 0 or off. 12. 10. Off On Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 11. Move the keyswitch on controller to Run. Select the PB examine on instruction and press Ctrl+T to toggle the state from 0 to 1. or off to on.Create a Project in RSLogix 5000 Software Chapter 9 7. Verify that the light on the digital output module turns on. Click Download.October 2007 115 . EtherNet/IP Serial 8. Go Offline by clicking icon and selecting Go Offline. The project Path updates.

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Additional Resources
Resource Description Provides details about creating and editing a program, communicating with modules, Logix5000 Controllers Common Procedures Programming Manual, publication 1756-PM001 and configuring modules. DeviceNet Modules in Logix 5000 Control Systems User Manual, publication DNET-UM004 Provides information on the installation, configuration, and operation of DeviceNet modules.

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Introduction
In this chapter, you add distributed POINT I/O modules to your RSLogix 5000 project. You also add ladder logic and download the project to the controller so you can test communication with an I/O module. This project was created in chapter 9.

Before You Begin
• Assemble the CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1). • Prepare the computer (Chapter 2). • Prepare the POINT I/O hardware (Chapter 3). • Configure your network (Chapter 7 or 8) • Create a project in RSLogix 5000 software (Chapter 9).

What You Need
• POINT I/O modules needed for your application. This example uses a 1734-OB4E module. • For a DeviceNet network (option 2), RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software • For an EtherNet/IP network (option 1), no additional software is required

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EtherNet/IP
Add Distributed I/O Modules page 119 Add Ladder Logic page 130 Download the Project page 137 Test the Distributed I/O Light page 138 Download the Project page 137 Test the Distributed I/O Light page 138 Create a DeviceNet Scanlist page 128 Create DeviceNet Tags and Add Ladder Logic page 132 Configure the 1734-ADN Properties page 125

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Configure the DeviceNet Subnet page 122

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1. Verify that your project is offline.

2. Right-click 1768-ENBT under 1768-Bus and select New Module.

3. Expand Communications. 4. Select the 1734-AENT adapter and click OK. 5. Select the appropriate major Revision (HW rev) recorded in Appendix A and click OK.

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Select the Chassis Size. Right-click 1734-AENT adapter and select New Module. e. b.Select Disable Keying. This example uses 2. which is the exact number of POINT I/O modules plus one for the adapter. d.Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project 6.October 2007 . Uncheck Open Module Properties. 7. Enter a Name for the adapter. c. 120 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click OK. In the New Module dialog: a.Enter the IP Address recorded in Appendix A. f.

Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click Change button. Expand Digital. The module is added to the I/O Configuration. 11. in order from left to right. 9. d. Enter a Name for the module. Skip to Add Ladder Logic on page 130. select the catalog number of the leftmost POINT I/O module in chassis.Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Chapter 10 8. Click OK twice to exit dialogs. Record the adapter name and digital output slot number on page 131. If you added more than one digital output module. In the New Module dialog: a. b. e. c.October 2007 121 . Repeat steps 6 through 8 to add all of your distributed I/O modules. 10. 12. 13. and click OK.Select Disable Keying. select the one you want to test.Select the appropriate Slot.

Click the Who Active button and go online. DF1. 4. and click OK. Under AB _DF1. 2. select DeviceNet Subnet under 1734-ADN.October 2007 . 122 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 3.Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Configure the DeviceNet Subnet Required for DeviceNet System 1. Select File>New. Launch RSNetWorx for DeviceNet.

synching the software and the device. When all devices on your POINT I/O subnet appear. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Right-click the 1734-ADN scanner and select Properties. 6. Click OK. RSNetWorx browses the network.Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Chapter 10 5. The configuration is uploaded. click Cancel. 8. Click Yes. Select Network> Upload from Network.October 2007 123 . 7.

then OK.dnt configuration file you created in Chapter 8. Click Apply. Click the Device Bridging tab. Enter a File name that identifies this file as the subnet and click Save. 10. Select the DeviceNet . Click Associate File. 124 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click Save.dnt configuration file click Open. 13. This name must be different than the DeviceNet . 12. 11.Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project 9.October 2007 . 14.

Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click OK and RSNetWorx will browse the network. Select the DeviceNet Configuration . 4. Select File>Open. 2.dnt file and click Open.Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Chapter 10 Configure the 1734-ADN Properties Required for DeviceNet System 1. 5. When all of the devices in your DeviceNet network have appeared. you can click Cancel. Click the Who Active button to go online.October 2007 125 . 3.

Select the subnet file and click Open. Select the Parameters tab. Click Apply. Right-click 1734-ADN and select Properties. click Associate File. 7. 9. 11.October 2007 . 126 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . On the Device Bridging tab. Click Upload to upload configuration from the device. 10.Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project 6. 8.

Click Apply. Click OK to close the 1734-ADN properties window. Change the Auto Start Mode to Map Data to DWord Boundaries. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 16. Click Yes to download the configuration to device. 14. 13. 15.October 2007 127 . Set the AutoAddress Backplane Modules Parameter to 1.Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Chapter 10 12.

2.October 2007 .Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Create a DeviceNet Scanlist Required for DeviceNet System 1. 4. Select the Scanlist tab. 5. 128 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click Upload to upload configuration from the device. Right-click the 1769-SDN module and select Properties. Verify that Automap on Add is checked and click Apply. 3. Select the 1734-ADN device and move it to the Scanlist.

Click Yes. Create DeviceNet Tags and Add Ladder Logic. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 7. Save the DeviceNet configuration file. Click OK.Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Chapter 10 6. You will use this file to Create DeviceNet Tags and Add Ladder Logic later in this chapter. Close RSNetworx for DeviceNet software. 8. 9. For DeviceNet systems.October 2007 129 . skip to page 132.

Drag and drop a Branch onto rung 0. 3. 4.October 2007 .Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Add Ladder Logic Required for EtherNet/IP System 1. 130 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 2. Expand the Branch to the right side of the xxxx_Light. where xxxx is catalog number suffix of the digital 1734 POINT output module. double-click MainRoutine. Drag and drop another Output Energize element onto the Branch and name it xxxx_Light. Under Tasks.

October 2007 131 . Click OK. For EtherNet/IP. For Select this Address Example From EtherNet/IP _______:O. 6. In the Alias For field.Data[0].Data[__]. browse for the recorded address below. select Alias.0 step 11 on page 121 8.Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Chapter 10 5. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 7. Right-click the Light and select New "xxxx_Light". In the Type field. skip to page 137.__ adapter name output any module bit slot # Point_IO_Enet_Adapter: O.

and select the current controller project. Launch RSLogix 5000 software. if not open. choose DeviceNet Tag Generator.Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Create DeviceNet Tags and Add Ladder Logic Required for DeviceNet System 1. Select the RSLogix 5000 project you are creating tags for. This example uses My_L43_Controller.October 2007 . 4. 3. then select the 1769-SDN scanner that scans the network where the drive is located. 2. From the Tools menu. Click Select Scanner. 132 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

6. Click Step 5. then select the node of the 1769-SDN scanner entered in Appendix A. Click Select RSNetWorx Project. Click the Generate Tags button.October 2007 133 . 8. Click Select Scanner Node. 9.Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Chapter 10 5. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 7. Click Yes. then select the DeviceNet . Generate Tags.dnt file entered in Appendix A.

In the controller organizer. 12. 11. 10. These tasks were created by the Tag Generator.Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project When tag generation is complete. 134 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . the results display. Drag and drop a Branch instruction into the first rung.October 2007 . Note that the new programs and tags have been added to the controller organizer. double-click MainRoutine under MainProgram. Close the DeviceNet Tag Generator.

where xxxx is the suffix of the catalog number of the digital 1734 POINT output module. 18. 14. Use this diagram to select your output tag. From the Alias For pull-down menu. Right-click the Light and select New "xxxx-Light". From the Type pull-down menu. 16.Data. 17. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Select the output data tag that corresponds to the status indicator you want to turn on.Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Chapter 10 13. Drag and drop another Output Energize element onto the branch and name it xxxx_Light. choose Alias. Selecting the tag that ends with O. Expand the branch to the right side of the xxxx_Light.0 will turn on light 0 of the output module.October 2007 SDN Module Name Connection Type Channel Node Number Slot Number Tag Type 135 . 15. browse for SDN output data tags.

Programming this instruction changes the 1769-SDN from IDLE mode to Run mode.Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project 19. then select the Local:X:O. Double-click the ?. Drag and drop an Output Energize element onto the branch. 136 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . select the drop-down arrow. 22.Run tag. CommandRegister. Double-click End to add another rung. 20. 21. entered in Appendix A. Click OK.October 2007 . where X is the slot of the 1769-SDN.

Save your changes. Move the keyswitch on controller to Program. Click the Controller Status icon and select Download. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . the red status indicators may start blinking. Click Download.Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Chapter 10 Download the Project Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1. If you have no loads wired to your distributed output modules. 4. 2.October 2007 137 . 3.

Off On 3. and testing I/O devices. adding ladder logic. publication 1756-PM001 downloading a project. Press Ctrl+T to toggle the state to 0 or off. Verify that the light on both the local and distributed digital output modules turn on. DeviceNet Modules in Logix5000 Control Provides information on how to create a DeviceNet scanlist. 4. Logix5000 Controllers Common Procedures Programming Manual.Chapter 10 Add Distributed I/O Modules to the Project Test the Distributed I/O Light Required for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet Systems 1. Additional Resources Resource Description Provides information on adding distributed I/O modules. 2. or off to on. Go Offline. System User Manual. Move the keyswitch on controller to Run.October 2007 . 5. publication DNET-UM004 138 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Select PB and press Ctrl+T to toggle the state from 0 to 1.

What You Need • For a DeviceNet network (option 2). • Configure your network (Chapter 7 or 8). Before You Begin • Assemble the CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1). You also download the project to the controller so you can test communication with the drive. RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software • For an EtherNet/IP network (option 1).Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Introduction In this chapter.October 2007 139 . • Prepare the computer (Chapter 2). you configure a PowerFlex 70 drive and add the drive to your RSLogix 5000 project. • Prepare the PowerFlex 70 drive and network adapter (Chapter 4). • Create a project in RSLogix 5000 software (Chapter 9). no additional software is needed 139Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

October 2007 . EtherNet/IP Add the Drive to Your RSLogix 5000 Project page 141 Edit the Drive Parameters page 145 Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags page 155 Download the Project page 154 Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags page 158 DeviceNet Create a DeviceNet Scanlist page 147 Create DeviceNet Tags page 151 140 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . complete the appropriate steps.Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Follow These Steps If you have a PowerFlex 70 Drive.

2. Expand Drives. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 3.October 2007 141 . Open the project offline. and select New Module. Move the controller keyswitch to Program. right-click 1768-ENBT Ethernet. 5. 6. Select the PowerFlex 70-E and click OK. Launch RSLogix 5000 software if not open.Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 Add the Drive to Your RSLogix 5000 Project Required for EtherNet/IP System 1. Expand 1768 Bus. 4.

In the New Module dialog: a. 8. Select the revision based on the original firmware number on the product label. c. Click OK. 142 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Select appropriate drive rating. The drive rating is on the PowerFlex product label. The PowerFlex 70 is added to 1768-ENBT Ethernet under I/O Configuration. Enter a unique Name for the drive. In the Module Definition dialog: a.October 2007 . b. c.Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application 7. b. Click Change.Enter the IP address for the PowerFlex 70 that you recorded in Appendix A.

October 2007 143 . 13. 10. 12. Click Download.Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 9. Right-click the PowerFlex 70 drive and select Properties. Select the Controller icon and select Go Online. Click the Drive tab. Click Connect to Drive. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . The Connect to Go Online dialog opens. 11.

the drive status will change to connected. 144 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Continue to the next section to edit the drive parameters.October 2007 . After the drive database creation is completed. A drive database is created.Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application 14. Select the PowerFlex 70 drive and click OK.

select Speed Command>Speed References. 2. select Ready in the Value column. select Motor Control>Torque Attributes.Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 Edit the Drive Parameters Required for EtherNet/IP System 1. 5. select DPI Port 5 in the Value column.October 2007 145 . From the Parameter Group pull-down menu. From the Parameter Group pull-down menu. Autotune. 3. At Parameter 90. Double-click the Parameter List. 4. This configures the drive to use the speed reference from the network. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . At parameter 61.

then OK. 7. From the Parameter Group pull-down menu.Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application 6. 8. The parameters are loaded to the drive. 146 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . select Communication >Datalinks. From the Parameter Group pull-down list. For EtherNet/IP systems. skip to page 155. 9. select Inputs and Outputs>Digital Inputs. 10. Verify that parameters 300 through 317 are set to 0.October 2007 . For parameters 361 through 366. Click Close. Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags. set all values to Not Used.

In RSNetWorx for DeviceNet. b. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . When all of the devices in your DeviceNet network have appeared.Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 Create a DeviceNet Scanlist Required for DeviceNet System 1. In RSLogix. If RSNetWorx for DeviceNet is open. 5. you can click Cancel. Click OK and RSNetWorx will browse the network. If RSNetWorx for DeviceNet is not open: a.On the RSNetWorx tab. Move the controller keyswitch to Program and go offline. 2. right-click 1769-SDN and select Properties. click the RSNetWorx button. skip to step 3. 4.October 2007 147 . click the Who Active button. 3.

7.Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application If the drive does not display or displays with an error regarding the EDS file. 6. 148 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Right-click on PowerFlex 70 drive and select Properties. Select the Parameters tab.October 2007 . The configuration is downloaded to the PowerFlex 70. to Ready. Right-click PowerFlex 70 and select Download to Device. 9. Click Yes. see Knowledgebase article 20539. Change #61. 10. 8. Autotune.

Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click Yes. Click OK. The configuration is downloaded to the PowerFlex 70. 13. Change #90. 15.October 2007 149 . to DPI Port 5. This configures the drive to use the speed reference from the network. Verify that #300–317.Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 11. Digital In# Sel. to Not Used. 14. are set to 0. 12. 16. Datalinks. Right-click the 1769-SDN and select Properties. Speed Ref A Sel. Change #361–366.

150 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application 17. 18. 19. Click Yes to download. 23. Select the PowerFlex 70 and move it to the Scanlist. 22. 24. Click Upload. Verify that Automap on Add is checked and click Apply.October 2007 . Click OK. 21. Select the Scanlist tab. Save your file. The configuration is uploaded from the 1769-SDN. 20. Close RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software.

Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 Create DeviceNet Tags Required for DeviceNet System 1. Switch the controller to Program mode. Select the RSLogix 5000 project you are creating tags for. In RSLogix 5000 software. choose Tools>DeviceNet Tag Generator. 4. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 2. Click Select Scanner. 3.October 2007 151 . then select the 1769-SDN scanner that scans the network where the drive is located.

6. then select the node of the 1769-SDN scanner entered in Appendix A. Generate Tags. 7. When tag generation is complete. Click Select RSNetWorx Project then select the DeviceNet . 152 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click Select Scanner Node. Click the Generate Tags button 9. the results display.October 2007 . Click Yes. Click Step 5.Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application 5.dnt file entered in Appendix A. 8.

Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Note that the new programs and tags have been added to the controller organizer.Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 10. Close the DeviceNet Tag Generator.October 2007 153 . These tasks were created by the Tag Generator.

Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Download the Project Required for DeviceNet Systems TIP If you receive a fault message on your PowerFlex 70.October 2007 . Click the Controller Status icon and select Download. 2. Skip to page 158 to Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags for DeviceNet. Click Download. 3. on the keypad 1. If you have not already done so. 154 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . The project downloads to the controller. move the keyswitch on your controller to Program. press to clear the fault. 4.

locate and expand the PowerFlex 70 output tags. 3. Enter or select the desired value. 2. 3.Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 Test the PowerFlex 70 Tags TIP To change the value of a tag in RSLogix software: 1. Move the controller keyswitch to Run. Double-click Controller Tags. 4. 2. Select the tag value. Press Enter. Required for EtherNet/IP System 1. Change the ClearFault tag to 1 and press Enter to clear any initial faults. On the Monitor Tags tab.October 2007 155 . Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

= 32767 -------------Hz 130 If there is a motor attached to your drive. 8.CommandedFreq tag to 15000 engineering units and press Enter. WARNING EU ------. indicating that the drive is ready. 156 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 6. Change the Start tag back to 0. Change the Start tag to 1 and press Enter.5 Hz. completing the next step will cause it to turn.Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application 5.October 2007 . 9. Change the O. This is about 59.DriveStatus_Ready tag value is 1. The display on the drive registers the speed increase in Hz until the value entered at the reference tag is reached. Change ClearFault tag back to 0 and press Enter. 7. Verify that the I.

Go Offline and save. If you are using an EtherNet/IP network. The display on the drive will show a speed decrease until the drive reaches 0. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .00 Hz. 12. 11. Change the Stop tag to 1.October 2007 157 . • the drive can receive simple commands. Change the Stop tag back to 0. you verified: • the controller is correctly communicating with the drive. you are done configuring the PowerFlex 70 drive. By starting and stopping the drive.Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 10.

On the Monitor Tags tab.Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Required for DeviceNet Systems 1.October 2007 . Verify that the CommandRegister.Run tag is set to 1. 158 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Move the controller keyswitch to Run. 2. Double-click Controller Tags. expand the local output tag that corresponds to your scanner slot. 3. This changes the 1769-SDN to Run mode. 4.

Expand the output polling tag that corresponds to your DeviceNet scanner. 7. which is approximately 59. If the PowerFlex 70 drive is faulted. This is the speed your EU -------------drive will accelerate to ------.Reference tag value to 15000 engineering units. Change the O.= 32767 Hz 130 and is determined by using this equation.5 Hz.October 2007 159 . set the O. 6.Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 5.ClearFault tag to 1 and then back to 0. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

The display on the drive registers the speed increase in Hz until the value at the reference tag is reached. 11.Start tag back to 0. 160 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 9. completing the next step will cause it to turn. 8. Change the O. 12.Stop tag back to 0. Go Offline and save.October 2007 . Change the O. The display on the drive shows a speed decrease until the drive reaches 0. Change the O. Change the O. 10.00 Hz.Chapter 11 Create a PowerFlex 70 Application WARNING If there is a motor attached to your drive.Start tag to 1.Stop tag to 1.

publication 20COMM-UM010 PowerFlex 70 DeviceNet Adapter User Manual. you verified: • the controller is correctly communicating with the drive. publication.October 2007 161 .Create a PowerFlex 70 Application Chapter 11 By starting and stopping the drive. Additional Resources Resource PowerFlex 70 Adjustable Frequency AC Drive User Manual. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . publication 1756-PM001 how to download a project and test tags. publication 20A-UM001 PowerFlex 70 EtherNet/IP Adapter User Manual. • the drive can receive simple commands. publication 20COMM-UM002 Description Provides details on how to install. Provides details on how to a configure and add a PowerFlex 70 drive with an DeviceNet adapter to an RSLogix5000 project. Logix5000 Controllers Common Procedures Provides common information for procedures used with Logix5000 Controllers including Programming Manual. and troubleshoot the PowerFlex 70 drive. configure. Provides details on how to configure and add a PowerFlex 70 drive with an EtherNet/IP adapter to an RSLogix5000 project.

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Create a PanelView Plus Application
Introduction
In chapter 9, you used ladder logic in RSLogix 5000 software to create a push button that controlled an LED indicator on a digital output module. In this chapter, you use RSView Machine Edition software to create an application with a push button and a multistate indicator that uses that ladder logic. You also transfer the application to the PanelView Plus terminal to test communication with the controller.

Before You Begin
• Prepare the CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1). • Prepare the computer (Chapter 2). • Prepare the PanelView Plus terminal (Chapter 5). • Cofigure your EtherNet/IP network (Chapter 7). • Create a project in RSLogix 5000 software (Chapter 9).

What You Need
• RSView Studio for Machine Edition software

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Follow These Steps
If you have a PanelView Plus terminal, complete the appropriate steps.
Create a New Application page 165 Create an RSLinx Enterprise Configuration in RSView ME Software page 166

Create Device Shortcuts to the Controller page 167 Create the OB16_Indicator Light page 171 Assign Keys page 178

Assign an Initial Key page 179

Create a Push Button page 174

Transfer Application to the PanelView Plus Terminal page 180

Test the Indicator and Push Button page 176

Test the Application on the PanelView Plus Terminal page 182

Add a Goto Configuration Mode Button page 177

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Create a New Application
1. Launch RSView Studio software.

2. Select Machine Edition and click Continue.

3. Click the New tab. 4. Enter an Application name and click Create. Do not use spaces in the name.

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Create an RSLinx Enterprise Configuration in RSView ME Software
In RSLinx Enterprise, the Local Tab defines the path from the computer to the controller. The computer communicates with the controller when you are in Test Run mode. The Target tab defines the path from the PanelView Plus terminal to the controller. The PanelView Plus also communicates with the controller, but sometimes that is a different path.
Local Controller Computer Target PanelView Plus

1. In RSView ME software, expand RSLinx Enterprise and double-click Communication Setup. 2. Click Finish.

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Click Yes. Expand the EtherNet/IP tree. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Do not use spaces in the name. 3. select your controller and click Add. Enter a shortcut name and click Apply. 4.October 2007 167 . 2.Create a PanelView Plus Application Chapter 12 Create Device Shortcuts to the Controller EtherNet/IP Shortcut 1. Click Copy.

October 2007 . Select the Target tab to view the path from the PanelView terminal to the controller. 7. 8. 168 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Skip to Create the OB16_Light Indicator on page 171. 6. Click the shortcut and verify that your controller is highlighted. Click OK.Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application 5.

you must stop and delete the serial driver in RSLinx Classic software. Select Serial DF1 and click OK. Check the Use Auto-Configuration check box and click OK. 1. 2. Depending on the messages that display. 5. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . In the Devices field. Right-click RSLinx Enterprise and select Add Driver. select Logix Platform. Select the Comm Port on your computer to which you connected the 1756-CP3 cable. 4. you might have to take all programming and configuration software offline and completely shutdown RSLinx Classic software.October 2007 169 .Create a PanelView Plus Application Chapter 12 Serial Shortcut IMPORTANT Before you add the serial drive in this procedure. 3.

and click Add. select your controller. 7. Enter a shortcut name and click Apply. 9. 10. 8. Select the Target tab to view the path from the PanelView terminal to the controller. Do not use spaces in the name. Click Copy. Expand the Backplane tree. 12. 170 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click the shortcut and verify that your controller is highlighted. Click OK. Click Yes.Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application 6. 11.October 2007 .

4. 3. 2.Create a PanelView Plus Application Chapter 12 Create the OB16_Light Indicator 1. In RSView ME software. under Graphics. Right-click and select Properties. right-click Displays and select New. The Multistate Indicator Properties dialog opens Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .October 2007 171 . Click and drag to create the indicator. Select Objects>Indicator> Multistate.

verify that State0 is selected. On the General tab.October 2007 . select 2 for the Number of states. type Light is ON. 7. 10. In the Caption. 172 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . In the Caption area. Change the Caption Color to black.Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application 5. type Light is OFF. Change the Back Color to yellow. Select State1. 11. 9. 6. 8. On the States tab.

Select OB16_Light and click OK. This is the name of the light in the ladder logic.October 2007 173 . under Tag. Click OK. 14. The Indicator tag is populated. 16. Expand your compact_quickstart shortcut and select Program:MainProgram folder. On the Connections tab. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 15... Right-click your project and select Refresh All Folders. 13. click .Create a PanelView Plus Application Chapter 12 12.

5. Select Objects>Push Button>Maintained. Click and drag to create the push button beneath the indicator. On the States tab. verify that State0 is selected.October 2007 .Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application Create a Push Button 1. 174 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 4. Right-click the push button just created and select Properties. In the Caption. 3. type Push to turn light ON. 2.

click ..October 2007 175 . In the Value row. In the Caption. Select the Connections tab. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 8. The Value tag is populated. Click OK.Create a PanelView Plus Application Chapter 12 6. type Push to turn light OFF. 7.. under Tag. 11. Select PB and click OK. 9. 12. Select State1. 10. Expand your compact_quickstart shortcut and select Program:MainProgram folder.

Change the Maximum Tag Update Rate to 0. 7. Verify that the keyswitch on controller is set to Run. Right-click an unused area of the display and select Display Settings. Click OK and then click OK again. Click the push button to toggle the state and turn the light on and off. You could view this logic in project created in chapter 10.Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application Test the Indicator and Push Button 1. Click the Stop button. 2. 176 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 8.05. 6. When prompted for a display title. 5. Click the Play button. 4. Save your changes. type test_logic. 3.October 2007 .

5.October 2007 177 . 4. Right-click the push button and select Properties. On the label tab. 2. Select Objects>Advanced>Go to Configure Mode.Create a PanelView Plus Application Chapter 12 Add a Goto Configuration Mode Button 1. type Goto Config for the caption. Click OK. Click and drag to create the Goto button next to the push button. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 3.

you can skip this section. 2. If your PanelView Plus does have a touch screen. 3. 178 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . This example uses 8. Select a function key and click Apply. Under Select an object. verify that the Maintained PushButton is selected. 5. This example uses F2. 1. Under Select an object. Select a different function key and click Apply. you must assign function keys to the display buttons. Right-click the push button and select Key Assignments. 4. select GotoConfigureMode.Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application Assign Keys For PanelView Plus Terminals without a Touch Screen If your PanelView Plus terminal does not have a touch screen.October 2007 .

7. Save your changes. double-click Startup. 3. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Add the function key names to the button captions for both states of the indicator. 4. Check the Initial graphic checkbox and select test_logic. Click OK. Under System.October 2007 179 .Create a PanelView Plus Application Chapter 12 6. Assign an Initial Screen 1. 8. 2. Click OK. Save your changes.

4. 2.October 2007 . select Transfer Utility. on the terminal. 3. select the Runtime versions that matches your PanelView Plus firmware. Select Application>Create Runtime Application. To check the PanelView Plus firmware revision. select Terminal Settings [F4]>System Information>About RSView ME>Station. In Save as type. Under Tools.Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application Transfer the Application to the PanelView Plus Terminal 1. 180 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click Save to accept the default file name.

. button. 6.mer file just created.Create a PanelView Plus Application Chapter 12 5. Verify that the Replace communications checkbox is checked and verify that your PanelView Plus terminal is selected as the destination terminal. Click the . select the . Click Download.. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . then click Open. Click OK. 7.October 2007 181 . 8.

Select your .October 2007 . 182 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . press Run Application [F2]. press the Load Application [F1].mer file and press Load [F2]. Press Yes [F7]. 4.Chapter 12 Create a PanelView Plus Application Test the Application on the PanelView Plus Terminal 1. 6. After the application loads. On the PanelView Plus terminal. 3. 2. Press the push button and verify that the indicator turns on and that the light on the Compact digital output module turns on. Press the push button again and verify that the indicator and light turn off. 5.

Create a PanelView Plus Application Chapter 12 Additional Resources Resource RSView Studio Online Help PanelView Plus Terminal User Manual. publication 2711P-UM001 Description Provides detailed information on how to create. It also provides information how to use configuration mode to modify terminal settings.October 2007 183 .mer applications to run on a PanelView Plus terminal. configure and download . Provides details on how to install and operate the PanelView Plus terminal. load and run applications. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

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185Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . • Prepare your computer (Chapter 2).Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Introduction In this chapter. download. and test your RSLogix 5000/Kinetix 6000 application.October 2007 185 . What You Need • No additional software needed. you configure. Before You Begin • Prepare your CompactLogix hardware (Chapter 1). • Prepare your Kinetix 6000 hardware (Chapter 6).

download. and test your RSLogix 5000/Kinetix 6000 application.October 2007 .Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Follow These Steps Complete these steps to configure. Enable Coordinated System Time Master page 187 Create the Motion Group page 188 Enable Coordinated System Time Master page 189 Configure Your Kinetix IAM and AM Modules page 191 Configure Axis Properties page 194 Save and Download Your Program page 195 Test the Kinetix Application File page 197 186 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

Click OK.Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Chapter 13 Enable Coordinated System Time Master 1. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 3.October 2007 187 . Open the controller properties screen by clicking the controller icon. select the Date/Time tab and check the box for Make this controller the Coordinated System Time master. To enable motion in your system. 2.

3. Type Motion_Group in the Name field and use all the default parameters. 188 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 2.Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Create the Motion Group 1. Right-click on the Motion Group folder in the controller organizer and choose New Motion Group.October 2007 . Click OK.

Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Chapter 13 Configure Your Logix SERCOS Module 1. Right-click on the 1768 Bus in the controller organizer and select New Module 2.October 2007 189 . In the New Module dialog: a.Select Slot 2 if using EtherNet/IP module or 1 if not. Expand the Motion module group and select the 1768-M04SE module. Select Disable Keying. b. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 3. 4. Click OK. c.Click OK. d. Name the module SERCOS.

October 2007 .Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application 5. 190 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Accept the defaults in the Module Properties dialog by clicking OK.

also recorded in Appendix A. c. c. e. Expand Drives.October 2007 191 . d. Click OK.Set the Node address to match that on the drive. b. right-click on 1768-M04SE SERCOS and select New Module. Under 1768 Bus.Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Chapter 13 Configure Your Kinetix IAM and AM Modules 1.Check Open Module Properties checkbox. 3. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click OK.Select the IAM module 2094-AC09-M02. In the New Module dialog: a. In the Select Module dialog: a. Enter a Name for the module. b. Select Disable Keying. 2.

192 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . On the Associated Axes tab. 5. select Axis_01 from the Node 1 drop-down list and click OK. Type Axis_01 in the Name field. 7.October 2007 . select the Associated Axes tab. In the Module Properties.Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application 4. Accept all the default values and click OK. 6. Click the New Axis button to link your drive to the axis. 8.

Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 9.Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Chapter 13 In the controller organizer.October 2007 193 . the axis now appears in the Ungrouped Axes folder. Click on the axis and drag it into the Motion Group to activate it.

For Axis Properties: a. c. 194 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Click OK. f. 2094-AC09-M02. b. e.Select the Kinetix drive Amplifier Catalog Number.October 2007 . Click the Change button to select your motor. MPL-A310P-M. set the Loop Configuration to Position Servo. g. In the previous dialog.Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Configure Axis Properties 1.Enter or browse for the motor Catalog Number. IMPORTANT Drive Enable Input Checking is checked by default. This requires an E-stop or other hardwired input to act as a safety shutoff. 2. Select the Drive/Motor tab. d. Click OK. Right-click the motor axis you just created and select Properties.

Save your file. Click the Verify Controller icon on the RSLogix 5000 toolbar. Click Download. TIP If you receive warnings related to AXIS_Servo_Generic.October 2007 195 . 3. Browse to your Logix controller and click Set Project Path. Verify that the keyswitch on controller is in Program position. Serial EtherNet/IP 6. The Download window opens. which can be ignored. 2. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . 4. 5. they are due to the Fault Event log configuration. Select Communication> Who Active. The system verifies your Logix controller program and displays errors or warnings.Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Chapter 13 Save and Download Your Program 1.

publication 2094-UM001 for troubleshooting tables.Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application 7. refer to the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive User Manual. refer to the Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive User Manual. Move the keyswitch on controller to Program. If steps 8 or 9 fail. ATTENTION To reduce the possibility of unpredictable motor response. 10. 9. publication 2094-UM001. Verify that all status indicators on the Logix SERCOS module are steady green. Verify that the display on the IAM module shows phase 4. 8. Click Download to send the program to the Logix controller.October 2007 . disconnect all loads from your motors until initial axis tuning is complete. For the tuning procedure. 196 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .

4. Click Execute. Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . WARNING If there is a motor attached to your drive. right-click AXIS_01 and select Motion Direct Commands. Select MSO (Motion Servo On) under Motion State. completing the next step will cause it to turn.October 2007 197 . 3. Under Motion Group. Select MAJ (Motion Axis Jog) under Motion Move. 2.Create a Kinetix 6000 Application Chapter 13 Test the Kinetix Application File 1.

publication 2094-UM001 Logix5000 Motion Modules User Manual. Click Execute. Select MSF (Motion Servo Off) under Motion State. IASIMP-SP004. 198 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .October 2007 . and troubleshoot a Kinetix 6000 system. Type 30 for the Speed Operand and click Execute. 11. Verify that the Axis 01 motor turns. publication Logix-UM002 Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit CD. 6. including how to integrate Kinetix 6000 multi-axis servo drives with a SERCOS module. configure. Provides a comprehensive motion control tool with application analysis software for sizing motor/drive combinations for your application. Click Close. Change the Speed Operand back to 0 and click Execute. Contact your local distributor for details on how to obtain CD.Chapter 13 Create a Kinetix 6000 Application 5. See appendix B for more information. 8. Verify that the Axis 01 motor stops. 7. catalog number PST-SG003 Description Provides details on how to start. Additional Resources Resource Kinetix 6000 Multi-axis Servo Drive User Manual. For complete details on configuring your Logix 5000 motion application including axis. 10. Motion Analyzer. See appendix C for more information. 9.

168.1.0 EtherNet/IP Device Information For this EtherNet/IP Device 20-COMM-E.0 255.255. Ethernet Addresses Device Computer 1768-ENBT EtherNet/IP Module 1734-AENT POINT I/O Adapter 20-COMM-E.255.dnt File name and Path Firmware revision (major.168.105 Subnet Mask for quick start 255. PowerFlex 70 EtherNet/IP Adapter 1734-AENT POINT I/O Adapter DeviceNet Device Information For this DeviceNet Device 1769-SDN Scanner Module Record this data Series Letter Slot Number Node Address DeviceNet .255.1.255. PowerFlex 70 EtherNet/IP Adapter PanelView Plus Terminal Not needed Ethernet Address (MAC) Not needed Assigned IP Address Assigned Subnet Mask IP Addresses for quick start 192.255.101 192.255.103 192.107 192.0 255.0 255.255.Appendix A Network Information Use the tables in this appendix to record network information that will be referenced throughout the quick start.0 255.116 192.168.October 2007 199 .minor) 20-COMM-D.1.255.1. PowerFlex 70 DeviceNet Adapter 1734-ADN POINT I/O Adapter Kinetix 6000 Device Information For this Kinetix 6000 Device 1768-M04SE SERCOS Module Record this data Node Address 01 Node Address Node Address 13 2 1 1 Record this data Major Revision Major Revision 199Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P .168.1.255.255.168.

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October 2007 201 . Use the Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit wiring diagrams. as a basis for your package and reduce the time spent on diagrams. Sample Panel Layout Start your design with a preconfigured panel built on best practices and adapt it to fit the needs of your machine. Simplified Wiring Wiring diagrams are an important part of your documentation package. you’ll be able to focus on optimizing your machine and intellectual property. in DXF format. • Standard preconfigured auto/manual control templates • Predefined axis status templates • Pre-configured fault/diagnostic templates 201Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Use the supplied CAD drawings as a starting point to reduce design time.Appendix B Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit With the Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit. Rockwell Automation provides easy-to-use tools and templates designed to help you lower total cost of ownership. not on routine tasks that add to overhead costs. Preconfigured HMI Leveraging the HMI screen templates will help you reduce integration costs and improve time to market. Spend your time developing the unique features of your machine – not on the basics.

install.Appendix B Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit Preconfigured Logic Basic pre-configured logic can be used for either base or custom applications.October 2007 . • Time and date stamped fault event logs • Custom graph configuration tool • Preconfigured Excel graphs Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit CD The Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit CD contains the complete design tools you need to more easily design. operate and maintain a machine.literature. Whether you’re troubleshooting a system problem or enhancing your machine’s performance. Contact your Rockwell Automation distributor to get a complimentary CD with the tools you need to get your machine to market faster. Diagnostic Tools With the Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit.rockwellautomation. The toolkit includes a quick start guide showing customers how to use the templates and take full advantage of the benefits of the Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit. the RSView fault log can help make your job faster and easier. You can also download a pdf of this guide from the Rockwell Automation Literature Library at www. even after the system is commissioned. 202 Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . Get up and running quickly while minimizing engineering costs. you have the highest level of support.com.

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Motion Anaylzer

Motion Analyzer is a comprehensive motion control tool with application analysis software for sizing motor/drive combinations for your application. The procedure below shows how to download and install the Motion Analyzer from the http://www.ab.com/e-tools. You can also install Motion Analyzer from the Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit CD, which is available from your Rockwell Automation sales person or local distributor.

Install Motion Analyzer
1. Access the website www.ab.com/e-tools. The Configuration and Selection Tools web page opens. 2. Select Motion Analyzer. 3. Click Download.

4. Click Download full Motion Analyzer Installation File and follow the instructions.

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Use Motion Analyzer to Select Motion Hardware
1. Run Motion Analyzer 4.x .exe from the location you installed it on your hard drive. 2. Click Create a new application. 3. Enter a name for your application. 4. Select Kinetix 6000 for the System Family.
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5. Select the number of axes and click OK. This quick start uses 2. 6. Complete the system profile for your application and use Motion Analyzer to size your motor and drive combinations.
TIP

For motor and drive performance specifications, refer to the Kinetix Motion Control Selection Guide, publication GMC-SG001.

For additional instructions on using Motion Analyzer, you may access the training labs from the Kinetix Accelerator Toolkit CD, see appendix B.

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Outside United States Publication IASIMP-QS003A-EN-P . . 8am – 5pm EST Please contact your local Rockwell Automation representative for any technical support issues.S. you can find technical manuals.440. please review the information that's contained in this manual. a knowledge base of FAQs. it may need to be returned. we offer TechConnect Support programs. You must provide a Customer Support case number (see phone number above to obtain one) to your distributor in order to complete the return process.rockwellautomation. Installation Assistance If you experience a problem with a hardware module within the first 24 hours of installation. sample code and links to software service packs. and a MySupport feature that you can customize to make the best use of these tools. For an additional level of technical phone support for installation. configuration. contact your local distributor or Rockwell Automation representative. However. New Product Satisfaction Return Rockwell tests all of its products to ensure that they are fully operational when shipped from the manufacturing facility. and troubleshooting. Inc. For more information.A. Please contact your local Rockwell Automation representative for return procedure. technical and application notes.3223 Monday – Friday.Rockwell Automation Support Rockwell Automation provides technical information on the Web to assist you in using its products. if your product is not functioning. All rights reserved. United States Outside United States 1. or visit http://support. At http://support. United States Contact your distributor. You can also contact a special Customer Support number for initial help in getting your module up and running.com. Printed in the U.rockwellautomation.646.com.October 2007 209 Copyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation.