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  1. Version 1.1.0

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    .NET Core / .NET 5 compatible class library for use in Visual Studio.NET to create HMI/SCADA apps that communicate with A-B ControlLogix, CompactLogix, Micro800 Series, PLC5, SLC500, and MicroLogix PLCs via Ethernet. Supports unsolicited messages Does not require OPC, RSLinx, or 3rd party drivers Visual Studio.NET 2017 and 2019 compatible All .NET Core & .NET 5 targets are supported, including Web, Windows, console, and service apps. Extremely high performance - 5~10 mSec typical transaction time Supports ControlLogix family native tag names Supports reading and writing entire ControlLogix family UDTs and PDTs Abstract base classes allow you to write generic code that works with all drivers Synchronous and asynchronous read/write methods Data change notifications Provides common user interface across all driver classes No limit on number of devices or data points Multi-threaded for high data throughput Includes extensive help system Example applications with VB and C# source code included. Easily connect office systems to factory floor. Runtime-free for qualified applications
  2. View File Allen-Bradley Ethernet Driver for .NET Core & .NET 5 .NET Core / .NET 5 compatible class library for use in Visual Studio.NET to create HMI/SCADA apps that communicate with A-B ControlLogix, CompactLogix, Micro800 Series, PLC5, SLC500, and MicroLogix PLCs via Ethernet. Supports unsolicited messages Does not require OPC, RSLinx, or 3rd party drivers Visual Studio.NET 2017 and 2019 compatible All .NET Core & .NET 5 targets are supported, including Web, Windows, console, and service apps. Extremely high performance - 5~10 mSec typical transaction time Supports ControlLogix family native tag names Supports reading and writing entire ControlLogix family UDTs and PDTs Abstract base classes allow you to write generic code that works with all drivers Synchronous and asynchronous read/write methods Data change notifications Provides common user interface across all driver classes No limit on number of devices or data points Multi-threaded for high data throughput Includes extensive help system Example applications with VB and C# source code included. Easily connect office systems to factory floor. Runtime-free for qualified applications Submitter Automated Solutions Submitted 10/25/21 Category Demo Software
  3. Hi all. My experience is using Studio5000 / RSLogix5000 to program CompactLogix PLC's. I need to use a basic (cheap) PLC to get data from a Control Techniques Drive (about 9 DINT's for Speed, Torque, etc) and then display on a PanelView Plus 600. Its a bit extravagant to use even a basic CompactLogix for this, so I believe the most basic AB solution I can go for is the Micro820.In Studio5000, to add in CT Drive comms, I simply just add a Generic Ethernet Module and setup the IP address of the CT Drive and the Connection Parameters and that is pretty much it. I look in the Controller Tags and there is my DINT array that I can interrogate for the information. Very simple.Anybody any clue how to replicate this in Connected Components Workbench for the Micro820? I cant seem to fathom it out at all?Just to clarify, I am not doing any control of the Drive from the HMI or Micro820, merely displaying on the HMI parameters like speed, Torque, etc.Thanks.
  4. Trouble Wiring a Simple LED with a Micro820 Controller

    Hi everyone, Recently, I started working with the Micro820 Controller Embedded I/O. My project is simple : when the output _IO_EM_DO_00 is set to true, an LED light turns on. But, even though it's super simple, I can't make it work. Here's my setup. If you need more information, feel free to ask anything !
  5. Hello,  I am working on a project to connect a PLC (Micro820 by Allen Bradley) to a simple RS-232 alphanumeric OLED display. I am not too familiar with structured text language, but I have worked with micro-controllers that use similar high-level languages (mostly C-based).  My question is: is it possible to use connected components workbench to program my Micro820 to output ASCII commands to an off-the-shelf RS-232 alphanumeric display? Are there libraries that make life easier to do this?  I welcome any recommendations to related reference material or command tutorials, thanks!
  6. Can't connect to Micro820 controller via CCW

    Hi everybody, Recently, I started working on a project. I want to develop a program for a Micro820 controller (2080-LC20-20AWB) using CCW (Connected Components Workbench). I built a little motor circuit for testing purpose. However, after building the program and downloading it to the controller, I tried to connect to my controller via CCW, but I can't. When I click the button "Connect", CWW crashes OR a window saying : "The controller has unnacepted changes" appears and asks me if I want to "Download current project to the controller" (wich I already did) or "Upload the project in the controller to overwrite current project content" (wich is grayed out). When I choose to "Download current project to the controller", CCW starts downloading the resource, but fails. In the "Output" window, there's a line saying : "Download failed for Device:Micro820: An error occured while reading from GETACTIVERESOURCELIST.". The problem is that there's no documentation at all concerning this error. I even tried to reinstall CCW, but it didn't fix the problem. I joined some images so you guys can see what I'm talking about. Don't mind asking for more details !
  7. Printing through a Micro820

    Good morning,   I want to connect my Micro820 to a load cell, read its value and then send it to a printer so I can have a generate a label with the product's weight.   I'm open about the printer model but I really don't know where to start and couldn't find any good articles about  it. Does anybody know where I could find some more information about the subject or even program examples? Thank you  
  8. Hi at all! A little brief to understand my situation... I'm creating a new project with an analog input (4-20mA) to determine the level of a tank. The instrument send me a value that correspond 4mA => 0% and 20mA => 100%. With the AI_Conditioner UDFB from RA i can correctly rescale the mA value to a %.  Then I need to "estimate" the volume of that tank, so with radius and lenght i can calculate it (no problem so far). But after that, the value is too much variable (the 4-20mA is not very stable)... So to resolve I can accept to rounding to the nearest 20... But, how can I do? There is already an UDFB made for it? Thank you at all!
  9. I am currently trying to message from  a micro820 to a SLC 5/03 (via 1761-NET-ENI ser. D).  In the 800 messaging manual ( http://literature.rockwellautomation.com/idc/groups/literature/documents/qs/2080-qs002_-en-e.pdf) , there is a CIP generic message example that gathers the CatalogID of the device at a particular I address.   My micro is 192.168.10.23. My 1761-NET-ENI is 192.168.10.22. I can get online with both, and I see both processors in Linx.  However, when I execute the example code in the micro, the CatalogID is not the SLC, but the 1761-NET-ENI. All I need to do is write an ASCII string to the SLC 5/03.   NOTE*** Ultimately, I will not need to speak DIRECTLY from the 820 to the SLC--instead the Micro820 will send a CIP message (...a barcode string) to a server that will then send a bunch of data to the SLC 5/03.  So:   BARCODEà[ASCII]àMicro820à[Ethernet]àServer(gets a bunch of data)à[Ethernet]à1761-NET-ENIà[DF1]àSLC5/04(oldPLC)  
  10. Hi Guys, Hoping someone can help me out.  I have a time variable, which stores the elapsed time of a timer.  I want to convert this to HH:MI:SS format so I can display on a LCD panel.  Couldn't find an easy way to do this. Thanks in advance, Ben.