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knji (Electrical) (OP)
3 Dec 04 21:32
Would this be Rslogix?

chakorules (Electrical)
3 Dec 04 21:42
I bet that would depend where in the world you are located. In the USA, I bet it would be RS Logix 500 or RS Logix 5000.

Chris Elston
Automation & Controls Engineer
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knji (Electrical) (OP)
3 Dec 04 22:06
Thank you for the response.  I am in Canada and just started to teach myself PLC programming using the LogixPro simulator from .

Is this simulator similar to RS Logix 500/5000?  In order words, if I become thorough using the LogixPro simulator, can I confidently say that I can program a PLC using RS Logix?

Thanks again.
rolltide29fan (Electrical)
16 Mar 05 12:57
I have used that simulator before and it is similar to RS Logix500.  I think it really gives you a good feel for writing programs in rs logix.
marshg (Electrical)
31 Mar 05 12:46
Another software package you could use is RSEmulator500 or RSEmulator5000.  You program in RSLogix500 or 5000 and then download the program to RSEmulator.  
OldPfart (Electrical)
15 Apr 05 7:38
Chris is right. I am in Ozz and Omron CX-Programmer and RS-Logix are probab,y the most popular.

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