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Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Ethernet Driver Help

FlexLogix is a member of the Logix family and part of Rockwell Automation's Integrated Architecture. This means it uses a tag or symbol based addressing structure. Logix Tags differ from conventional PLC data items in that the tag name itself is the address, not a physical or logical address.

FlexLogix 5400 Addressing for ENI

FlexLogix is a member of the Logix family and part of Rockwell Automation's Integrated Architecture. This means it uses a tag or symbol based addressing structure. Logix Tags differ from conventional PLC data items in that the tag name itself is the address, not a physical or logical address.

FlexLogix 5400 Addressing for Serial Gateway

FlexLogix is a member of the Logix family and part of Rockwell Automation's Integrated Architecture. This means it uses a tag or symbol based addressing structure. Logix Tags differ from conventional PLC data items in that the tag name itself is the address, not a physical or logical address.

SoftLogix 5800 Addressing

SoftlLogix is a member of the Logix family and part of Rockwell Automation's Integrated Architecture. This means it uses a tag or symbol based addressing structure. Logix Tags differ from conventional PLC data items in that the tag name itself is the address, not a physical or logical address.

SoftLogix 5800 Addressing for Serial Gateway

SoftlLogix is a member of the Logix family and part of Rockwell Automation's Integrated Architecture. This means it uses a tag or symbol based addressing structure. Logix Tags differ from conventional PLC data items in that the tag name itself is the address, not a physical or logical address.

MicroLogix Addressing

Micrologix Addressing for EtherNet/IP Gateway

The actual number of addresses available depends on the model of the PLC. The ranges have been opened up to allow for maximum flexibility with future models. If the driver finds at Runtime that an address is not present in the device, it will post an error message and then remove the tag from its scan list. For more information on file- specific addressing, select a link from the list below.

Output Files Input Files Status Files Binary Files Timer Files Counter Files Control Files Integer Files Float Files ASCII Files String Files Long Files MicroLogix PID Files MicroLogix Message Files

For information on function files, select a link from the list below.

High Speed Counter File (HSC) Real-Time Clock File (RTC) Channel 0 Communication Status File (CS0) Channel 1 Communication Status File (CS1) I/O Module Status File (IOS)

MicroLogix Addressing for ENI

The actual number of addresses available depends on the model of the PLC. The ranges have been opened up to allow for maximum flexibility with future models. If the driver finds at Runtime that an address is not present in the device, it will post an error message and then remove the tag from its scan list. For more information on file- specific addressing, select a link from the list below.

Output Files Input Files Status Files

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