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RM 201 - The Logix Engine, RSLogix5000 (RS5000)

Most of these lectures are not at the basic level, they presume that you have completed the Complete PLCLearn Series of lab projects with RSLogix500 and have that level of knowledge and experience. The basics of programmable controllers will not be found in this series of lectures.

RS5000 00 The Logix Engine

This, the first out of twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. It will be similar to the quick start video. We will continue to add more videos from this series in the coming months. Some of them will require the manual and the completion of the lab project to be totally understood.

RS5000 01 RSLinx

This, the second out of twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. It is also very similar to other lectures on this channel, but it is specifically the lecture included in the series for V1 of RS5000.

RS5000 02 Navigating RSLogix5000

 Basic navigation of the RSLogix5000 graphical user interface.

RS5000 03 Create Your First Project

This, the fourth out of twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual.In this project we demonstrate how to create a new project. This series of videos accompanies Volume One of RS5000 Lab Projects Manual.

RS5000 04 Adding Your First I/O

This, the fifth out of twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. These lab projects from the manual demonstrate how to add I/O to the configuration. This series of videos accompanies Volume One of RS5000 Lab Projects Manual.

RS5000 05 SLC500/PLC5 type Database

This, the sixth out of twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. This particular lab is very important as a transition from the flat RSLogix500 database structure to information object modeling topology of the RSLogix5000 database structure.

RS5000 06 Processor Modes, Online Edit Tool Bar, Moving Tags, Tag Alias Display

This, the seventh out of twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. In this lab project you learned how to; switch between processor modes, use the online edit toolbar, display the tag alias information and move tags between the controller tags database and the program tags database.

RS5000 07 Tasks in RSLogix5000 - 32 Possible Data Universes

This, the seventh out of twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. With the projects in the manual, we discuss Project Tasks, Programs, Routines and AOI's. AOIs are discussed as a level of program granularity and not how to create and maintain Add On Instructions, that is in Volume two of this set.

RS5000 08 Universal IO -Building a class of data objects to demonstrate Module Defined Data Types

This, the eighth out of twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. The goal of this lab project is to enhance your understanding of the tag database of the Logix Engine. More precisely, to take the mystery out of module defined tags by creating a similar class of a data object.

RS5000 09a ConveyorCode - Example Program Demonstrating Memory Structure

This, the ninth of the twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. The goal of this lab project is to demonstrate the granularity of available programming structure. We will start by going through a simple application with conveyors and then build into Task/Programs/Routines/AOI. There are four parts to this lab discussion, 9a, 9b, 9c and 9d.

RS5000 09b Using the GSV instruction, Get System Variable in the conveyor logic.

This, the tenth of the twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. The goal of this lab project is to demonstrate the granularity of available programming structure. We will start by going through a simple application with conveyors and then build into Task/Programs/Routines/AOI. This segment demonstrates the use of the GSV instruction. There are four parts to this lab discussion, 9a, 9b, 9c and 9d.

RS5000 09c ProductionShiftCounts

This, the eleventh of the twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual. The goal of this lab project is to demonstrate the granularity of available programming structure. We will start by going through a simple application with conveyors and then build into Task/Programs/Routines/AOI. This segment demonstrates the use real time in generating production data. There are four parts to this lab discussion, 9a, 9b, 9c and 9d.

RS5000 09D Reusing Your Code - Conveyor Application

This, the twelfth and last of the twenty total videos in a series that support Volume One of RS5000 lab projects manual that will be uploaded to this channel. The remaining videos of Volume One are available as a complete set in the bookstore at the PLC Professors website. The goal of this lab project is to demonstrate the granularity of available programming structure. We will start by going through a simple application with conveyors and then build into Task/Programs/Routines/AOI. This segment demonstrates the advantage of multiple programs with isolated Program Tag Databases for each program. This is an example of the granularity of the Logix Engine. There are four parts to this lab discussion, 9a, 9b, 9c and 9d.

RS5K-01 RSLogix5000, CompactLogix Quick Start

A quick start tutorial, using RSLogix5000 to create a project with a CompactLogix controller. This video is unscripted and unrehearsed, but very accurate. RSLogix5000 is compared with RSLogix500 in the course of this lecture.

RS5K-02 RSLogix5000, ControlLogix Quick Start

A Quick Start using RSLogix5000 to create a project with a ControlLogix Processor. Many of the aspects of RSLogix5000 are discussed in the process of creating a project. As with the other quick start with a CompactLogix Processor, the project program, hardware and data files are compared with RSLogix500.

RS5K-03 RSLogix5000, Multiple Programs - Reusing Conveyor Code

One of the features of the Logix Engine is the increased granularity of programs and databases. This lecture discusses creating multiple programs in a task or reusing a program within the same task using conveyor logic. There are a few instructions missing from the conveyor code to avoid any liability involved in using this code in an actual application, but there is more than enough to convey the logical concepts.

RS5K-04 RSLogix5000, Add On Instructions Pt.1

The first of five segments on Add On Instructions, RSLogix 5000.

RS5K-05 RSLogix5000, AddOnInstructions Pt.2

The second of five segments on Add On Instructions

RS5K-06 RSLogix5000, AddOnInstructions Pt.3

The third of five segments on Add On Instructions.

RS5K-07 RSLogix5000, AddOnInstructions Pt.4

The fourth of five segments on Add On Instructions.

RS5K-08 RSLogix5000, AddOnInstructions Pt.5

The fifth of five segments on Add On Instructions.

RS5K-09 RSLogix5000 Flashing Firmware - Software Compatibility

In this lecture we demonstrate step by step flashing of firmware in the ControlLogix and CompactLogix processors, as well as discussing the compatibility of processors, firmware and major revisions of RSLogix5000. A secondary goal is to assist you in selecting a processor to learn with.