APS to Studio 5000
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This utility converts Allen-Bradley (AB) SLC500 (1747) programs that were created with the Advanced Programming Software (APS) to Studio 5000, in other words SLC500 to ControlLogix (CLx). We do not use the Translation tool and is therefore a more complete conversion.
Each data table will be converted into a one-dimentional array of identical data type (O,I,N,B as INT; F as REAL; T as TIMER; C as COUNTER). For example, N7:59 will become N007. The B3 file will become an INT array with a tag name of B003. A sample address may be B003.9.
The ladder logic is converted using Smart Translation Technology.
Most instructions will convert without any issues. Some instructions convert but have additional logic added by the conversion utility to emulate the original instruction. A few instructions cannot be converted. They will be noted in the conversion log.
All documentation converts with the following exceptions:
Symbols are converted to aliases. Some characters cannot be used in tag names. These aliases will be renamed.
Here are three options for remapping the I/O:
NONE: I/O addresses stay at their I or O array address
DHRIO: I/O addresses will be remapped to a DHRIO module with 1747-ASB as a full rack.
1756: I/O addresses will be remapped to an equivalent 1756 IO module.
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We convert your program, review it for accuracy, and manually
the logic so that you can download it and start testing. This includes remapping the I/O if possible.
Typical conversion turn around time:
5 business days
$2.50 (USD) per rung
If your program is using file indirection (e.g. N[N45:9]:0) you will be contacted by one of our engineers to discuss possible conversion options.
What do I need to do
Upload the program from the PLC!
Save the program (<project name>.*) as a
Do not include the path. (One PLC program per zip file.)
Your program will include file extensions such as:
ACH, AC$, OP$, PC$...
We guarantee that your program will be converted correctly. (no fine print)
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