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1 Advanced Access to Allen-Bradley Devices with VS.NET Win Worrall Applications/Development Engineer NET Applications- Desktop or Web, INGEAR.NET Components Can Handle It Local Browser Clients Remote Browser Clients Ethernet

2 Agenda: 45 – 60 Minutes INGEAR.NET Overview Simulating a Controller object Automatic tag Polling UIItem Class Overview Live training Discussion, Questions & Answers Visualization and Connecting to AB/GE/Modbus PLCs with VS.NET

3 INGEAR.NET Family of Visual Studio.NET Components Connect to Allen-Bradley, GE Fanuc, and Modbus PLCs Supported in both Visual Studio 2005, 2008, 2010 – Windows Forms – Console Applications – System Services – Web Forms – Web Services COM Wrapper for VB6 Support

4 What Is Involved to Use INGEAR.NET.Logix? You have an Allen-Bradley PLC. – Logix Family (ControlLogix, CompactLogix, FlexLogix and SoftLogix) Visual Studio 2005, 2008 or 2010 Good Design and Planning Still Required Visual Studio to AB Devices

5 Advantages of INGEAR.NET Easy to use No point counts or other artificial limits Self Optimized Communication Interfaces allow for rapid and device-independent development Runtime-free distribution, single computer, or compact framework licenses

6 Advantages of INGEAR.NET Easy to use No point counts or other artificial limits Self Optimized Communication Interfaces allow for rapid and device-independent development Runtime-free distribution, single computer, or compact framework licenses

7 No PLC Needed Controller –Simulate = True Tag.SimType –UserMode (default) –Ramp –Random –Sine Simulating a Controller

8 There are 3 ScanModes –Read Only –Write Only –ReadWrite How does ReadWrite work? –Scan the Tag.Value for changes If so write these changes to the PLC. –Read all the Values from the PLC Tag.Value = 123, Invokes a Write. Automatic Group Scanning

9 Binding of Tag.Value to any Form Control 1 to Many Relationship UIItem Constructors – UIItem(FormControl, Property) – UIItem(FormControl, Property, Format) – UIItem(FormControl, Property, StartVal, StartColor, StopVal, StopColor) UIItem Class

10 Live Demonstration

11 What Tools are Needed? For all usage scenarios – No tags limits – Single developer or multi-developer solutions – Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio 2010 INGEAR.NET Licenses Available: – Runtime Free Developer License, $999 (Modbus $599) – Additional Developers, $595 (Except Modbus) – Single Computer License, $299 (Except Modbus $199) – Optional USB Hardware Key $150 Developers Licenses included 1 Year of Support and Upgrades. – Maintenance Agreement Renewal $295 Fully Functional 10-Day Demo Available Symbol Factory.NET – Runtime Free Developer License, $795

12 Contact Information & Other Learning Opportunities Questions later? – Win Worrall – Renee Sikes – or Product Websites – Other learning opportunities – Recording of this webinar – Visit softwaretoolbox.webex.com


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