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Convert automation direct p3000 to rslogix 5000

Convert automation direct p3000 to rslogix 5000

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My company are transition to Rslogix 5000 as our main platform. Does anyone know a way to convert p3000 to rslogix 5000?

RE: Convert automation direct p3000 to rslogix 5000

Just a guess but does one begin by adding 2000?

RE: Convert automation direct p3000 to rslogix 5000

(OP)
drum roll please

RE: Convert automation direct p3000 to rslogix 5000

Blood Sweet and Tears .... and oh yes lots of hard work. Seriously if the P3000 was programmed in ladder logic or function block diagram and you have the source of the program, then manually transferring the program to the RSLogix 500 should be doable.

RE: Convert automation direct p3000 to rslogix 5000

Does the other brand of PLC have a XML export file save as function? RSLogix has a L5K inport which is XML compatable. You would do a L5K import on the RSlogix side.

RE: Convert automation direct p3000 to rslogix 5000

kdesmond,

We have done a conversion og automation direct p3000 to rslogix 5000 in the past. We could help you.

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