Updated the information on depleting stored energy from the L30ER-NSE. Compact High-speed Counter Module User Manual, publication L30ERM, L33ER, L33ERM, L36ERM . For more information, see the CompactLogix Controllers User Manual, publication. CompactLogix™ System User Manual UM Programming the controller. Logix™ Controllers Common. Procedures Programming Manual.
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Where to Start Follow the path that matches your hardware and network configuration. Where to Start How Hardware Is Connected This quick start, in use with the additional quick starts listed in Table 1 on page 12, describes possible control systems shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2.
The following graphic is an example panel layout. The manhal shows a PowerFlex 40 drive used on a DeviceNet network. Choose to Integrate Optional Devices. Apply Power to the DeviceNet Network. The programming examples included are not complex, and offer solutions to verify that devices are functioning and communicating properly.
These features are available on CompactLogix L3 controllers. This table describes optional devices you might use in a CompactLogix L3 control controller kanual and what resources to use for each. The first element in the Studio environment is the Logix Designer application. Preface Required Software Before attempting to complete l3er of the tasks described in this publication, verify that your computer meets the following operating system and service pack compatibility requirements: Preface Parts List Table 3 lists the hardware used in this quick start.
For example, if you do not intend to use a DeviceNet network to complete tasks described in some publications listed manuzl Table 1, you do not need the hardware related to installing a DeviceNet network.
Specific hardware requirements are listed at the beginning of each chapter. Preface Additional Resources These documents contain additional information concerning related products 17769 Rockwell Automation. Before You Begin Determine which network or networks your control system uses. We recommend that you install both mamual. For more information on installing either of these networks, see the publications listed in the following table. You can store projects to an SD card or load a project from an SD card.
Insert the SD card into the SD card slot. You can install the SD card in one orientation only. The beveled corner should be at the top. An orientation logo is printed on the card. If you feel resistance when inserting the SD card, pull it out and ,30er the orientation. Gently press the card until it clicks into place.
Close the SD card door.
Prepare the CompactLogix L3 Controller Hardware Chapter 1 Assemble the System CompactLogix L3 control systems support multiple system configurations, including the optional placement of modules between the controller and the power supply and to the right of the power supply.
Complete the following steps to assemble the system. Make sure majual line power is disconnected. Make sure that the lever p30er the Compact power supply is in the unlocked position, that is, leaning to the right. Pull locking tabs out b. Slide controller and power supply into position. Push the locking tabs in. Mount the OB16 output module. Install the SDN scanner module.
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Use the upper and lower tongueand-groove slots to secure the scanner module and power supply together. Move the scanner module back along the tongue-and-groove slots until the bus connectors line up with each other. Mount the ECR end cap terminator.
Move the end cap l30re back along the tongue-andgroove slots with the rightmost module in the system until the bus connectors line up with each other. With this software version, there is no need to install an RSLinx Classic software driver. The driver appears automatically in the software when a USB cable is connected to the controller and the computer.
The port is USB 2. Assemble the DeviceNet network cable system using the KwikLink flat cable, terminators, and sealed micro connectors for each device. See instructions included with devices.
Grounding Screw Use 2. Verify that all incoming power is turned off before wiring power. Connect incoming power to the power supply. Connect the DeviceNet power tap to the power supply. If you have unused DeviceNet wires, make sure they do not come into contact with the other wires. Connect the DeviceNet power tap to the DeviceNet network. Do not turn on incoming power.
The switch is shipped from the factory in the V AC position. Remove the switch label that covers the connectors after setting the proper power switch. Chapter 2 Prepare the Computer and Load Controller Firmware In this chapter, you install and configure the necessary programming and configuration software on your computer and load firmware on your controller.
Before You Begin Before you begin, complete these tasks: Table 5 – What You Need to Prepare the Computer Component Description Studio environment Environment that combines engineering and design elements into a common environment. Logix Designer application Application used to create a project the CompactLogix L3 controller uses in your application.
The automatic installation option is enabled by default. Use the default selections and click Install. Read the license agreement carefully. The installation process begins.
When installation is complete, your computer will have the software necessary required to complete the tasks described in this publication. Among other software, your l30re will have the following: From the Communications pulldown menu, choose Configure Drivers. The Configure Drivers dialog box appears.
Click OK to keep the default name. Select an Ethernet card and click OK. This new driver is available. The IP address uniquely identifies the controller and is in the form xxx. The manual option is typically used with isolated networks. Right-click Local Area Connection and choose Properties. Record the IP address and subnet mask. Close 7169 Local Area Connection Properties dialog box. If not, download the firmware before following the steps in l3e0r section. The firmware is available with Logix Designer application or you can download it from the support website.
Select the controller catalog number and click Next. Expand the USB driver, and choose your controller.
Choose the desired firmware revision and click Next. TIP 46 Consider the following: You are finished with this task. To start the update of the controller, click Finish and then click Yes. Before the firmware upgrade begins, you see the following dialog box.
Take the appropriate action for your application. In this example, the upgrade continues when OK is clicked. After the controller is updated, the status dialog box displays the message Update complete. For example, if you are integrating a PanelView Plus terminal into your system, you must install the following: From the Communications pulldown menu, choose RSWho.
The RSWho dialog box appears.
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Navigate to the USB connection. Right-click the controller and choose Module Configuration. The Module Configuration dialog box appears. Click the Port Configuration tab. For Network Configuration Type, click Static to permanently assign this manua to the port.
For example, you do not need a DeviceNet configuration file to test the module. You completed the tasks described in Make a DeviceNet Network Connection Optional on page 29 to install mamual power supply and other components in the DeviceNet network, such as a KwikLink sealed terminator on each end of the KwikLink flat cable. From the Tools pull-down menu, choose Node Commissioning. This example uses a USB connection. Chapter 4 Configure the DeviceNet Network 4.