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A-6350: Allen-Bradley ControlLogix 5000 Level Three Advanced Ethernet Communications

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This 32 hour, 4 day training program provides participants with hands-on experience in the troubleshooting and maintenance of the Allen-Bradley Ethernet communications networks and Managed Ethernet networks using the Allen-Bradley Stratix 5700 Switch.  Hardware and Software troubleshooting techniques are heavily emphasized through hands-on exercises during the duration of the training program.

TOPICAL OUTLINE

  • Advanced ControlLogix
  • Instruction Review: Base & Alias Tag Address
  • Instructions: Array Instruction Concepts & File, Arithmetic and Logic
  • Ethernet Communications
  • Hardware
  • Message Instruction
  • Produced and Consumed Tags
  • Stratix 5700 Industrial Ethernet Switch
  • Stratix Setup (Troubleshooting Topics)
  • Assigning an IP Address
  • Pinging IP Addresses
  • Assigning IP Addresses Using Software & Hardware
  • Using BOOTP to Assign IP Addresses
  • Troubleshooting Ethernet Problems (Hardware, Network)
  • Stratix 5700 Managed Network

PROGRAM SOFTWARE

Training utilizes Rockwell Software Studio 5000 Logix Designer, Microsoft Windows.

PREREQUISITE

Students should have successfully completed Intellect Controls Group training program A-6000 or have knowledge equivalent to the course description and be familiar with Windows NT software.  A-6200 is recommended, but not required.  THIS IS NOT AN ENTRY LEVEL TRAINING PROGRAM.

CEU’s

2.9

OBJECTIVES

Persons successfully completing this course will be able to:

  • Identify Hardware components of a ControlLogix Ethernet Communication Network
  • Establish communications on an Ethernet Network
  • Assign an IP address, Ping and IP address
  • Use BOOTP to assign an IP address
  • Identify hardware components of the Stratix 5700 switch
  • Configure and setup a Stratix 5700 switch
  • Troubleshoot hardware, software and configuration issues on an Ethernet Network