This document illustrates the various steps taken to configure a CoDeSys SP win v3 PLC with a node of WAGO Series 750-354. This document should serve as a supplement to the appropriate WAGO EtherCAT product manual when installing and/or commissioning a node of WAGO Series 750-354. The mayor steps are - Install CoDeSys IDE and "SP win V3". - Install winPcap. - Edit configuration file "CoDeSysSP.cfg". - Update "Device Repository" with "WAGO_750-354.xml". - Create a new CoDeSys project. - Add EtherCAT-Master device. - Add EtherCAT-Slave device 750-354. - Set EtherCAT params. - Map PDO-Content to PLC-Variables. - Compile, download and start PLC-Program.
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This application note describes the connection to a Simatic S7-1500 controller through the example of a WAGO ETHERNET fieldbus coupler (750-342).
Example 1 uses the Siemens “Open User Communication” modules.
In example 2 data exchange is implemented with the S7-MODBUS functional modules from application note “a101406” offered by WAGO.
The modules are offered as TCP and UDP variants and use function code 23 (Read/Write Multiple Registers) exclusively.
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Date: May 31, 2011
This Application Note demonstrates how the configuration of a CP-TV device can be saved and restored. The retain and retain-persistent variables are going to be saved in a file. After changing these variables, the saved variables are to be restored. Thereby backing up the program of a target system and restoring it at a later point in time.
The WAGO Ethernet-Controller 750-882 provide two individual network in-terfaces, who can be used for any kind of ethernet communication. This application note shows how to setup a redundant Modbus_UDP connection between two 750-882, where one Controller act as a Modbus-Master who calculate and send process data to another 750-882 whos operate as Modbus-Slave.