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SY10 – Integrating CENTERLINE® Motor Control

Centers with Studio 5000® and IntelliCENTER®


Software

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SY10 – Integrating CENTERLINE® Motor Control Centers with Studio 5000® and
IntelliCENTER® Software

Contents
Before you begin ........................................................................................................................................... 4 
About this lab .................................................................................................................................................................................... 4 
Tools & prerequisites ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4 
Introduction to Your Lab Hardware ................................................................................................................................................... 5 

Using IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant ................................................................................................... 8 


Adding Devices to Your Logix I/O Tree............................................................................................................................................. 8 
Adding Devices to Your FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix Server ............................................................................................................. 17 

Monitoring and Configuring Devices in Your Ethernet MCC Using IntelliCENTER Software..................... 21 
Connect to your CENTERLINE Motor Control Center .................................................................................................................... 21 
Monitor and Configure Devices in Your CENTERLINE MCC ......................................................................................................... 25 
Using Webpages to Monitor and Configure .................................................................................................................................... 36 
Updated Monitor View..................................................................................................................................................................... 40 
More Features of Updated Monitor View ........................................................................................................................................ 45 
Using the Stratix 5700 IntelliCENTER Software Features .............................................................................................................. 53 
Understanding your MCC Ethernet Network................................................................................................................................... 63 

E300 Control and Viewing Parameters in Studio 5000............................................................................... 68 

IntelliCENTER ActiveX Controls ................................................................................................................. 72 


Configuring the Elevation ActiveX Control ...................................................................................................................................... 72 
Configuring the Monitor ActiveX Control ......................................................................................................................................... 82 
Configuring the Monitor ActiveX Control using HMI tag connections and Macros within FactoryTalk View SE ............................. 86 

Appendix: Pre-lab Configuration ................................................................................................................. 97 


Pre-Lab Checks .............................................................................................................................................................................. 97 

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Before you begin

About this lab


Experience the ease of integrating CENTERLINE® Motor Control Centers (MCCs) with EtherNet/IP and their associated
components -- PowerFlex® drives and E300TM Electronic Overload Relays. Streamline your workflow by leveraging the simplified
integration of IntelliCENTER® software and Studio 5000® Logix Designer® to simplify device configuration and reduce
commissioning time and errors.

This lab takes approximately 120 minutes to complete.

Tools & prerequisites

Software Programs Required


 IntelliCENTER Software : v6.00.01
 Studio 5000 with Logix Designer : v30.01.00
 FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix : v2.11.00 (Build 2)
 RSLinx Classic Gateway : v3.81.00
 Connected Components Workbench : v9.01.00
 FactoryTalk View Studio Enterprise 8.20.00

Hardware Device Required


 ControlLogix Demo Box (CLX41)
o 1756-L75 : v30.011 (Slot 1)
o 1756-EN2TR : v5.008 (Slot 2)
o Stratix 5700 6-port : Lite Firmware Version 15.2(3)
 IMC Demo Box (11P012A)
o PowerFlex 755 AC Drive : v13.002
 20-HIM-A6 : v2.005
 24V I/O Module 20-750-2262C-2R (Slot 7)
o E300 Overload : v5.085
 External IMC Motor Box (10P007A)

Files Required
 Ethernet_MCC.ACD
 IMCE11B_012A_IntellicenterLab_DeviceCfgs.ACD

Lab Files are located within the “C:\Lab Files\ SY10 – Integrating CENTERLINE® Motor Control Centers with
Studio 5000® and IntelliCENTER® Software” folder. A shortcut to “Lab Files” is located on the desktop

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Introduction to Your Lab Hardware
Your lab hardware consists of a ControlLogix demo box, an IMC demo box and a motor demo box. Please take a minute and
familiarize yourself with the hardware and device names, as they will be referenced throughout this lab.

ControlLogix Demo Box

The 1756-EN2TR is the EtherNet/IP card will be connected to the Stratix 5700 to access the IMC Demo Box.

IMC Demo Box

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IMC Motor Demo Box

 Digital Input Assignments (I/O card in Slot 7 of the PowerFlex 755 drive)
o Di 0 = Stop (Right Position)
o Di 1 = Start (Left Position)
o Di 2 = Forward / Reverse (Left Position)
o Di 3 = Clear Faults (Left Position)
o Di 4 = Jog 1 (Left Position)
o Di 5 = Enable (Right Position)

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Network Diagram
Ethernet Connections

Stratix 5700 Port End Device

1 PC
2 EN2TR Port 1 (Left)
3 E300 Overload Relay
4 PowerFlex 755

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Using IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant

IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant is a software tool provided through IntelliCENTER software to allow for the integration of the
intelligent devices in an MCC lineup to automatically be added to the I/O tree of the Logix .ACD file of your choosing and the
FactoryTalk Energy Metrix Server database. This section of the lab will demonstrate how to use IntelliCENTER Integration
Assistant to reduce the commissioning time required when integrating an IntelliCENTER MCC to a Logix environment.

Adding Devices to Your Logix I/O Tree

1. If the window below appears: “You must restart your computer to apply these changes”, Click Restart Later.
If this does not appear when you first power up the VMWare image, please disregard this step.

2. Make sure the ControlLogix prcoessor is NOT in Run Mode. The Run LED should be dark

If the processor is in Run Mode (Run LED will be green)

Place the key into Program Mode (right position)

and then back in Remote Mode (middle position)

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3. To start IntelliCENTER Software, double-click on the IntelliCENTER Software shortcut icon on the desktop.

Note: Please be patient, this software may take awhile to open when running on a VMWare image.

4. Login with the User Name Administrator and Password password, and click OK.

Note: please be patient, it may take some time for the next form to appear when run in the VMWare image.

5. You will now be prompted to select which MCC Lineup to connect to. Since we do not need to connect to
the lineup to use the IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant, select Cancel.

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6. Click Yes when the Cancel Action window pops up.

7. Click on Tools > Launch Integration Assistant > Logix5000 to launch the IntelliCENTER Integration
Assistant.

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8. You will be prompted to choose the Logix5000 project. Click on the “…” to begin browsing.

9. You will see the program EtherNet_MCC.ACD. Select the file then click Open.

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10. Verify the program has been selected then click Update Project.

A window will pop up showing that the IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant is loading information for the
Logix5000 project. Once it is complete you will be prompted to select a Lineup, Network, and Naming
Convention.

Note: please be patient, it may take some time for the next form to appear when run in the VMWare image.

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11. Select IMC Demo 11P102A-S, Network 1, and either naming convention. Click Next once you are finished.

NOTE: The following options are available for the naming of devices in the Logix5000 IO tree:
- User-supplied unit nameplate data. This is information that is entered in for each unit during the order
entry process. It is a free text field of 40 characters and is often used to describe the equipment
controlled by the MCC unit.
- The device type of the Intelligent device and network address.

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12. You will then be prompted to select which devices to add into the Ethernet card within the Logix5000

program. Select the PowerFlex 755 and click on the Single Add Button ( ) to add the device to the
Device Mapping list. Repeat this for the E300 and Stratix 5700. Then click Finish.

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13. You will be asked if you want to continue. Select Yes. At this point you will be able to select Update which
was originally grayed out. Select Yes when prompted to continue.

Note: please be patient, it may take some time for the next form to appear when running in the VMWare
image.

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14. A window will open showing the IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant is updating the Logix5000 program.
When the IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant finishes, you will receive a message stating that the
Logix5000 program was updated successfully. Click OK.

15. The Logix5000 program will now launch. Once the program opens, browse through the I/O Tree to verify
that the E300, the PowerFlex 755 and the Stratix 5700 have been added. Double-click on Controller
Tags, Select the Monitor Tags tab and you will see that the I/O Tags are generated as well.

Important: These steps demonstrated adding only 3 IMC devices to the I/O tree of a Logix file. In a typical
MCC lineup, there are often dozens, or hundreds, or more IMC devices that are required to be added to a
Logix file. This tool can provide significant time savings during commissioning when dealing with these more
typical MCC lineups.

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Adding Devices to Your FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix Server
IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant is a software tool provided through IntelliCENTER software to allow for the
integration of the intelligent devices in an MCC lineup to automatically be added to the FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix
Server and software environment. This allows a user to monitor the energy usage of IMC devices installed in the MCC
lineup.

1. Back in the IntelliCENTER software, click on Tools > Launch Integration Assistant > FactoryTalk
EnergyMetrix to launch the IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant.

2. You will now be prompted to select which MCC Lineup will be used to populate the server. Select IMC
Demo 11P102A-S. Select one of the naming conventions and click Next.

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3. You are then asked to map the path for each network within the MCC Lineup. Click RSWho.

4. Select the network, AB_ETHIP-1, Ethernet in the left hand pane, then click OK.

Note: Devices that are displayed as by a “?” denote a missing or unregistered EDS file.

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5. Verify the path is set appropriately, then click Next.

NOTE: In this lab, we are running the application on the server. However, if you are running this application
from a client, then you may need to check that the paths match – or enter the network path the server will
use to access the device.

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6. You will now be prompted to provide the login information for the database. Verify that the SQL Server
Name is WIN-P8EIIN9O5G9\ICENERGY_DB. Type it in if it is not populated. Since we are running the
populator from the server, select Windows Authentication from the Authentication Mode and click Finish.

NOTE: If this application was being run from a client you would need to enter the SQL Server Name, select
“SQL Server Authentication” as the Authentication Mode, and then enter the user name and password.

7. A window will open indicating that the lineup was successfully added. Click OK.

8. You have successfully run the IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant for your Logix5000 program and your
FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix Server database!

Important: IntelliCENTER Integration Assistant for FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix should be completed on


startup of your MCC to ensure that all the IMC devices installed are reporting data to the FactoryTalk
EnergyMetrix server. This will ensure that from initial startup you will be able to monitor the historical trend of
IMC device-level energy usage.

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Monitoring and Configuring Devices in Your Ethernet MCC Using IntelliCENTER Software

Now that you’ve learned how to add devices to your Logix5000 program and populate your FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix Server,
you will learn how to use the IntelliCENTER software. You will learn how to use the IntelliCENTER software to connect to your
CENTERLINE MCC via Ethernet, and how to monitor and configure devices such as solid-state motor overloads, Smart Motor
Controllers, and Power Flex drives. A new addition in IntelliCENTER v6 provides monitoring capabilities of the Stratix 5700
Ethernet switch.

Connect to your CENTERLINE Motor Control Center


1. Navigate back to the IntelliCENTER Software window that you should still have open.

Note: If you closed the software, re-open the software from the desktop shortcut, login with user name
Administrator and password and then skip to step 3.
2. Select File > Workspace > New…

3. You will now be prompted to select which MCC Lineup to connect to. Select IMC Demo 11P102A-S.

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4. Ensure that the FactoryTalk EnergyMetrix server URL is http://localhost/ and click Next.

5. You will now be prompted to select a network path to connect to your MCC. We will take advantage of
RSLinx communications to browse and select our network.
Click RSWho.

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6. Select the network, AB_ETHIP-1, Ethernet in the left hand pane, then click OK.

7. Verify the connection type is set for Intermediate, then click Finish.

NOTE: The Intermediate type connection will check all the units on the network and verify that they match
what is in the database. This is useful the first time when connecting to a lineup/demo or after changes have
taken place (such as a replaced device).

Express: This type of connection assumes that no changes have taken place in the lineup since the last time
the computer was connected. This is the fastest connection.

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8. The IntelliCENTER software will now go out and browse your Ethernet network and set up an Elevation
View. Your Elevation View should look like the following.

Note: This may take a couple minutes to open.

Elevation View is a graphical representation of your CENTERLINE MCC. It allows you to quickly see high-
level device information and status of your MCC devices. It also serves as a portal into in-depth monitoring
and configuring of your MCC devices, as well as a resource portal for obtaining documentation (user
manuals and drawing), and maintenance information, such as spare parts lists.

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Monitor and Configure Devices in Your CENTERLINE MCC
Now that you’ve learned how to setup an Elevation View of your MCC in IntelliCENTER software, we can now leverage more
features of the software and use it to monitor in-depth information (such as diagnostic faults) from your MCC devices, as well
configure device parameters.
In this section, we will create an overload fault in our E300 motor overload, and monitor it in IntelliCENTER software.

1. Hold the blue TEST/RESET button on the E300 motor overload to create a trip condition.

2. Observe the red fault light on both the E300 Trip Status LED and the corresponding unit in the Elevation
View.

3. Now press the TEST/RESET button on the E300 motor overload to clear the trip.
Notice the status updated on the corresponding unit in the Elevation View.

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4. Double-click the E300 icon on the E300 unit in your Elevation View. This will launch the Monitor View for
the E300.

Monitor View gives you a more in-depth look at your device and allows you to monitor and trend parameters
in real-time. It also allows you to configure and change device parameters, such as FLA, Trip Class, etc.

New in IntelliCENTER v6: The E300 Monitor View provides the ability to monitor the additional I/O modules
that can be added to the E300. If these modules are present, a dropdown box under Inputs/Outputs will
allow you to select which I/O will be displayed.

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5. Now let’s observe some more real-time data!

On the IMC demo box, set the EXT. MOTOR switch to E300, the E300 Phase Loss switch to the left and
the E300 Hand-Off-Auto switch position to HAND.

6. Press the Yellow E300 I/O push button to start motor. Observe the Input and Output status changes.
Also, notice that the trends, gauges and parameters update their values to indicate that the motor is running.

The values being monitored in the trend and gauges are the default parameters configured for the E300
Monitor View. These parameters can be changed and customized to any parameter in the E300.

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7. Now let’s create a true trip condition to observe the real-time data changes.
On your demo box, turn the E300 Phase Loss switch to the Right to open the circuit and create a phase
loss.

8. Observe that the Trip Status now shows a value of Phase Loss.

9. If this event occurred in a real facility and investigation into the wiring of the E300 MCC unit was required,
the schematic for the unit could be pulled up within IntelliCENTER software by right clicking on the E300 unit
and choosing Documentation > Drawings.
*Note that the E300 Monitor View window may have to be moved to see the Elevation View.

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10. The as shipped drawings associated with the E300 unit are preloaded at the factory by Rockwell
Automation. Double click on 10001810000.

11. This will open the E300 schematic. This can be reviewed to understand how the unit is wired.

12. Close the schematic by hitting the “x” in the upper right corner.

13. If there are any application specific drawings that you would like to have available for any of the
units, these can be added by right clicking on the white space below the drawing 10001810000
and selecting Insert.

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14. The Diagram Name is user specified and then the document is selected in the Filename section.
For this lab, we will not be adding a drawing, so hit Cancel to close this window.

15. Click Yes to confirm that you want to cancel.

16. Close the Drawings window by clicking the “x” in the right corner and return to the E300 Monitor
view.

17. Remove the Phase Loss by moving the E300 Phase Loss switch back to the Left.

18. Notice the Reset Fault button in the bottom left corner. This button allows you to reset the E300
remotely, without having to access the equipment. (If you closed the E300 Monitor view, reopen
by double clicking on the E300 unit.)

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19. Reset the overload trip by clicking the Reset Fault button in the Monitor View. Observe the Trip
Status change in the IntelliCENTER software, as well as on the E300 Trip Status LED.

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20. Now let’s show you how to change a monitoring parameter by changing the 3rd gauge to monitor Average %
FLA instead.

Right-click on the 3rd gauge and select Change Parameter Monitored.

21. The Edit Parameter configuration window should pop up. Select the Name drop down box,
and select 50 AvgPercent FLA.

22. Configure the Scaling: Max to 100, then click Apply.

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23. Press the Yellow E300 I/O push button to start motor.

24. The gauge should now display AvgPercentFLA.

25. The Data and Parameters that are being viewed in the E300 Monitor View can also be changed to display
the parameters that are most important for your application. Same as with the gauge, right click on the
AvgPercentFLA line item under Data and click on Change Parameter Monitored.

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26. Let’s set this to Total Real Power since we removed it from the gauge. Under the Name dropdown, select
67 TotalRealPower and click Apply.

27. Press the Blue E300 I/O Push Button to stop the motor.

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28. Close the E300 Monitor View window by clicking the X in the upper right hand corner. When asked if you
would like save your changes, click No.

This will ensure the IntelliCENTER Database is not updated to save the changes you have made to the
Monitor View (for what parameters and ranges are shown for the device type).

29. You have successfully configured and monitored parameters in an E300 motor overload!

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Using Webpages to Monitor and Configure

1. Now let’s take a look at another great feature of the IntelliCENTER software and the benefits of Ethernet –
device web pages!

Right-click the PF755 unit and select View Webpage.

Note: This may take a moment to open.

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This will launch the device webpage of the PowerFlex 755. From here, we can view diagnostic and status
information about the PowerFlex 755 drive, along with configuring e-mail notifications.

2. Let’s view how to configure e-mail notifications. In the left hand pane, click Configure e-mail notification.

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3. This will change the view that you see on the right side. Here you can configure under what conditions an
e-mail will be sent. Take a moment to see what options are provided.

For quick viewing of device information, opening the device webpage is a very simple and efficient way of
getting information about your device. This is just one of the great benefits of Ethernet and web page
enabled devices!

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4. Close the main device web page.

NOTE: The E300 has a device webpage as well.


If you’d like to look at the E300 webpage then right-click on the E300 unit in the Elevation View and select
View Webpage.
When you are done looking at the E300 webpage, close the webpage and continue with the lab.

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Updated Monitor View

All PowerFlex drives and SMC soft starters will use the new updated Monitor View inside IntelliCENTER
Software. This updated Monitor View will provide a common interface for Rockwell Automation devices
which can include access to parameters, diagnostics, wizards, faults/alarms and device level diagrams and
manuals. The updated Monitor View is consistent with the device level views inside Connected Component
Workbench (CCW) and Studio 5000 Add On Profiles.

1. Right-click on the PF755 unit, and select Monitor Device.

This will launch the updated Monitor View inside IntelliCENTER.

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2. Once the Monitor View opens, you will see a word saying “Connected”, highlighted in green on the top right
corner of the window.
Click on Parameters icon.

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3. After you click on the Parameters button, IntelliCENTER will bring up the Parameter Window. This
Parameter Window will allow you to view all of the PowerFlex 755 drive’s parameters. You can configure
parameters from here, as well as monitor them in real-time.

4. On the IMC Demo box, set the Ext. MOTOR switch to PF755.

5. On the Motor box, make sure Di 0 (Stop) and Di 5 (Enable) inputs are in the RIGHT position.
Make sure to clear any drive faults with the Di 3 input (toggle to the RIGHT).
Let’s turn on the motor by toggling the Di 1 (Start) input and placing it in the RIGHT position.

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6. Turn the 0-10VDC Input dial (on the motor box) to change the motor speed. Observe that Parameter 1
Output Freq changes as you do this.

7. Now let’s configure a drive parameter! By default, the PowerFlex 755 drive is configured with a 10 second
Accel and Decel rate. Let’s change this to 2 seconds.

8. Scroll down the Parameter List view, and find Parameter #535 – Accel Time 1, and select its Value field.

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9. Enter a new value of 2 in this field, and then press the Enter key.

10. Repeat these steps for Parameter #537 – Decel Time 1 and set it to 2 sec as well.

11. Now turn the 0-10VDC Input dial (on the motor box) to regulate the motor speed (frequency). Observe how
much faster the motor accelerates and decelerates!

There are over 1600 parameters in a drive that can be monitored or configured. And this was just a quick
example of how easy it is to configure them using the Monitor View inside IntelliCENTER.

12. Now let’s change the drive Accel and Decel times back to 10 for the next lab attendee.

Set Parameter #535 – Accel Time 1 and Parameter #537 – Decel Time 1 back to 10.

13. Close Parameters window and by clicking X in the upper right hand corner.

14. Stop the drive by cycling (left then right) the Di 0 (Stop) input on the motor box.

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More Features of Updated Monitor View
Now let’s explore other features of the updated Monitor View within IntelliCENTER Software.

Compare
This feature allows a user to compare the saved data to the default, online or any other saved data of the device. Users can
compare all ports, or compare the current port.
1. Click on the Compare icon.

2. You will see the following pop up window.

3. Select “Compare to Default” for compare type and “Compare This Port” for Compare Mode.
4. Click “OK” button. Wait for the comparison to complete.
5. After the progress window uploads everything from the device, the Compare Results window will appear. This window
will allow user to see the differences of device info, parameters, diagnostics and the process display.

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6. Click on the Parameters tab to see what drive parameter were changed from default.

7. Close the Compare Result Window by clicking the “X” button on the top right corner of the window.

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Diagrams
This feature allows user to visualize the logics or configurations of the components inside the device.

1. Click on the Diagrams icon [ ].


2. That will bring up the Device Diagrams window.

3. To explore all the diagrams for the PowerFlex 755, click the “+” sign on the left panel to expand all the diagrams.

4. Now you can view the flux vector diagram by clicking on the “Flux Vector” item.

5. If you have a thumbwheel hit the “control” key and rotate the thumbwheel on your mouse then to zoom in/out of the
diagram.
6. Close device diagram window by clicking the “X” button on the top right corner of the window.

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Process Display
This feature allows user to monitor or configure certain parameters such as, Bus VDC, Amps, and Output voltage, of the device.

1. Click on the Process Display icon [ ].


2. That will bring up the Process Display window inside IntelliCENTER, click on the Pencil icon for Bus VDC.

3. That will bring up another window which you can use to edit the Scale for the Bus voltage. On the Process Display 2
window, change the scale to 0.5 and click “OK” button.

4. Now the voltage on the Process Display will show only half of the before voltage.
5. Click the pencil icon to bring up the Process Display 2 again. And change the scale back to 1, then click “OK”.
6. Close Process Display window by clicking the “X” button on the top right corner of the window.

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Properties
The Properties Window allows the user to view the setup and details of the device. Users can also export the entire node’s
configuration, or do a factory reset of the device through this Properties Window.

1. Click on the Properties icon [ ].


2. That will bring up the Device Properties Window.

3. If the user wanted to do a factory reset (which we do not want to do in this lab), they would simply click on the
yellow round arrow on the top right corner of the window.

Do not click this button in the lab.


4. Close Device Properties window by clicking the “X” button on the top right corner of the window.

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Wizards
Wizards window allows the user to setup the device’s profile, PCAM, and Homing. Wizards window also provides diagnostic
setups such as High speed Trend, DPI/DSI Tech support or Data Logging for users to use to configure the device.

1. Click on the Wizards icon [ ].


2. The following window will pop up.

3. Here a user can select which wizards they want and click on the select button to launch that respective wizard. In this
demo we will not perform any wizards for our device.
4. Close Wizards pop up window by clicking the “X” button on the top right corner of the window.

Faults/Alarms
The Faults/Alarms Window allows user to view any faults or alarms that occur on the device. This window will display which
parameter is faulted and the fault name, as well as the value that causes the fault.

1. Click on the Faults/Alarms icon [ ].


2. That will bring up the Faults/Alarms window.

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3. If you click on one of the fault in the Faults list, more information about the fault will be displayed on the list below the
Faults list.
4. Close Faults/Alarms window by clicking the “X” button on the top right corner of the window.

Diagnostics
The Diagnostics window allows the user to view all the items that can be used as information to diagnose the device.

1. Click on the Diagnostics icon [ ].


2. The Diagnostic List will pop open.

3. This list contains the item’s name, Current value, Units, Internal value, Default value, Minimum value and Maximum
value. If something goes wrong with a device, the user can always check to make sure that all of these values stay in
range.
4. Close the Diagnostic window by clicking on the “X” button on the top right corner of the window.

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Reset
Reset can be used by the user to start the device with the new setup values. For example, after a user runs a Wizard to setup
new values to the device, the user must click the reset icon to confirm the new changes and start the device with the new
changes.
For this lab, we will not perform a reset.

Manual
The user can click on this icon to open up the programming manual for the device.

1. To open the programming manual, click on the Manual icon [ ].


2. That will open up the programming manual using Adobe Reader.
3. To open the technical data documentation, click on the drop down arrow and click on “Technical Data”.

4. Note that the device specific documentation provided in the Programming Manual and Technical Data links will provide
the most up to date document revisions at the time of the IntelliCENTER Software revision build.
This may not match the documentation found in the IntelliCENTER Documentation Views as those revisions are
associated with your MCC shipping date. These can be accessed by right clicking on the PF755 unit on the Elevation
view, selecting Documentation, Manuals.
5. Close the Technical Data and Monitor View windows by clicking on the “X” button on the top right corner.

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Using the Stratix 5700 IntelliCENTER Software Features
One of the new additions to IntelliCENTER v6 software is the addition of the Stratix 5700 to the Elevation view. Now the status
and health of each Stratix 5700 mounted within your MCC lineup can be monitored. From the elevation view, further information
can be accessed from the Stratix 5700 monitor view, webpage and associated documentation. This section will step through
some of the highlights of the Stratix 5700 additions.

Elevation View
The Stratix 5700 can be located in the top or bottom unit of a vertical section, or in the horizontal wireway. In this demo, the
Stratix 5700 is located in the bottom unit. As with other devices, the overall health of the device is indicated by the blue indicator.

From the Elevation view, the Monitor view, webpage and documentation can be accessed in the same manner as you did with
the E300 and PowerFlex 755.

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Monitor View
1. To open the Monitor View, right click on the Stratix 5700 unit and select Monitor Device.

2. The Monitor view will open showing the status of each Ethernet port and a subset of parameters that provide the
health of the switch.

3. The Monitor view allows a user to monitor the status of Stratix 5700 even when the PC that is being used is not on the
same segment of the Ethernet network. Each port can be clicked on to get a more detailed status of that port. The
next steps will demonstrate this feature.

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4. Click on Port 4, the PowerFlex 755 should be connected to this port.

5. Note how Port 4 becomes highlighted and all the gauges, trends and parameters change to reflect the status of Port 4.

6. Disconnect the cable connected to Port 4 of the Stratix 5700.


7. Note the change in state of the Port 4 indicator and the alarm that is now present in the Data - Fa1/4 “Fa1/4 Port Alarm
Status.”

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8. We can also observe the Comm Loss of the PowerFlex 755 in the Elevation view.

9. Reconnect the cable to Port 4 of the Stratix 5700.


10. Close the Monitor view by clicking the “x”.

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Webpage
The Stratix 5700 webpage provides a user the ability to monitor and configure advanced features such as:
 Smartports including other Port Settings
 DHCP including DHCP Persistence
 VLAN management
 Protocol Configuration: Spanning Tree and REP

1. To access the Stratix 5700 webpage, right click on the Stratix 5700 unit on the Elevation view, and choose View
Webpage. Log into the webpage using the following credentials, username: Admin; password: rockwell

2. The Stratix 5700 webpage will open on the Dashboard view, giving an overall status of the switch along with basic
switch information. Take a moment to see all the information that is provided on the Dashboard.

NOTE: In order to have access to the Stratix 5700 webpage, the PC and switch need to be on the same
segment of your Ethernet network; the webpage cannot be accessed when going through the backplane of a
ControlLogix. The Stratix 5700 monitor view is always accessible.

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3. Now we will explore some of the advanced features of the Stratix 5700 switch that we can configure through the
Webpage. Click on Configure in the toolbar and select Smartports.

4. Smartports can be used to set recommended configurations for any of the Ethernet ports. These configurations
optimize the switch connections and provide port settings such as security, transmission quality and reliability for traffic.
View the various Smartport options by clicking on the Role for any of the switch ports.

Do not change any of the port roles from “None” to ensure communications remain to all currently connected
devices.

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5. Let’s explore another advanced feature, this time DHCP. Under Configure, select DHCP.

6. DHCP or dynamic host configuration protocol allows the Stratix 5700 switch to assign IP addresses from a user
specified pool to DHCP enabled devices that are directly connected to the switch. Under Global Settings, you can
enable or disable DHCP and create IP address pools that can be used.

7. Another feature of the Stratix 5700 allows a user to use DHCP Persistence, which will allow a user to specify the exact
IP address any DHCP-enabled device will be assigned when connected to a specific port. Click on DHCP Persistence
to view the configuration.

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8. Let’s say we wanted the PowerFlex 755 drive connected to port 4 to always have the IP address 192.168.1.30, but we
don’t want to set the IP address statically. Click the Pool Name cell next to Fa1/4 (port 4) and select IP_Pool.

*Notice after the pool name IP_Pool it specifies the range of IP addresses that can be used with that pool.
9. Now type in 192.168.1.30 into the IP Address cell.

This configuration would ensure that whatever device is plugged into port 4; it will always have the IP address
192.168.1.30.

Note: This feature when combined with a Logix platform configured to do Automatic Device Configuration
and Firmware Supervisor will reduce the amount of time and user configuration need in the event that the
current PowerFlex 755 drive connected to port 4 needs to be replaced. The DHCP Persistence will ensure
that the device has the proper IP address, then the Logix processor will determine if the device’s firmware is
correct based on the Logix program. If not, the processor will flash the proper firmware to the device. Lastly,
it will check the device parameters and push any required changes to the device. All this is done
automatically, when configured properly, reducing the amount of downtime experienced.

10. Hit Cancel on the configuration just entered so that this can be done by the next lab user.

These are just a few of the advanced configurations that can be done through the Stratix 5700 webpage.

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Diagnostics
The Stratix 5700 webpage also provides several diagnostics tools that can be used to troubleshoot your network.
1. Click Monitor and select Diagnostics under Troubleshoot.

2. This will open the Diagnostics window that can be used to remotely identify connectivity issues including speed
mismatch and the location of cable breaks and faults.

3. Select a port to test from the drop down.

4. Once the port is selected, click Start to run the diagnostics for that port.

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5. The report will populate once the test is complete.

Try a port that is not being used to see a more detailed report!
This is just one of the monitoring features that can be used on the Stratix 5700 webpage.
6. To close the webpage, click the “x” in the right corner.

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Understanding your MCC Ethernet Network
Having Ethernet throughout your MCC provides many benefits, some of which we have explored in this lab, but what if you need
to understand the network topology for commissioning, troubleshooting, modifying or any other reason that would require a more
detailed description of the network that is running through your MCC lineup.
Detailed network information is included with the One Line documentation provided with your MCC. This documentation is also
included in your DataCD which allows you to access it through IntelliCENTER. Let’s take a look at how to get this information.

1. Click anywhere in the gray space on the Elevation view to ensure that no units are selected.

2. In the main toolbar of IntelliCENTER, select Documentation > Drawings.

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3. This will open up the drawings for the entire MCC lineup. This is also another way to access the drawings of the
specific units, which can be selected in the tree in the left pane.

Note: The same can be done for the Manuals and Spare Parts documentation.
4. Double click the line item 10001798257_0004.

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5. This will open the Ethernet configuration table that specifies information about the Ethernet switch, which devices are
connected to that switch, their IP address and location within the MCC, and the length of the cable between the switch
and each device. This information can be critical when commissioning or troubleshooting your Ethernet MCC lineup.

Note: This lab only consists of one Stratix 5700 and two IMC devices. Below is a network table for a typical
MCC lineup. Please take a moment to review the information to understand the benefits this table provides.

6. Close the drawing by clicking the “x” in the upper right corner.

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7. If you want to ensure that you always know which line item is the Network Configuration Table, a note can be added in
the Drawings window by using one of the user columns. Let’s rename User 1 to a more informative title. This can be
done by right clicking on the User 1 column heading and selecting Edit User Fields…

8. Enter Drawing Description under User 1. Click OK when done.

NOTE: Drawings, Manuals and Spare Parts each have User columns that can be modified based on your
needs for each one.

9. Click to the right of 10001798257_0004 4.

10. After the cell is highlighted blue, click again to be able to enter text. Enter the note: “Network Configuration Table”
and hit the Enter key. You may need to expand the Drawing Description column to see all the text.
Ensure to leave a pause between your clicks, if you click too fast it will reopen the drawing.

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11. Click Apply for the changes to be saved. Now the next time you open up the Drawings for the MCC lineup, this note
will be there so you know where to find exactly what you are looking for!

12. Close the Drawings by clicking the “x” in the right corner

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E300 Control and Viewing Parameters in Studio 5000

This part of the lab will showcase the E300 EtherNet/IP Motor Overload turning a motor, viewing some of the parameters in
Studio 5000 and generating a trip condition that can be observed in the Controller Tags.
1. Open the IMCE11B_012A_IntellicenterLab_DeviceCfgs.ACD file.

This file is located in the “[Desktop]\Lab Files\ SY10 – Integrating CENTERLINE® Motor Control Centers with
Studio 5000® and IntelliCENTER® Software\Configuration Files” folder

2. Click on the dropdown to the right of Offline and select the option to Download to the controller.
When prompted, click Download to download to the controller.

3. Put the controller into Remote Run Mode.

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4. Find the E300 AOP (193-ECM-ETR/A E300) and double click on it to show the general information along with the current IP
Address on your device.

Spend some time looking through the different pages of the E300 Module Properties

5. In the IMC Demo Box, locate the EXT. MOTOR switch and select the E300.

6. Locate the E300 control switches and set the E300 switch in the HAND position and make sure E300 Phase Loss switch is
in the Left position. Use the Yellow E300 I/O to start the motor.

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7. Scroll up in the Controller Organizer and double click on Controller Tags.

8. As the motor is running, expand the input tags to locate the CurrentData and observe essential parameters like the %TCU
(Thermal Capacity Utilization) as shown below.

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9. To generate a trip, open the E300 Phase Loss switch as the motor is running.

10. Notice the E300 will trip, the motor stops and to verify the trip type by expanding the Device and Protection parameters to
observe this.

11. When finished viewing the E300 AOP, close the Studio 5000 program.

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IntelliCENTER ActiveX Controls

IntelliCENTER® software offers the integration of preconfigured faceplates into an HMI environment using ActiveX controls. This
appendix will step through how to take advantage of these faceplates in a FactoryTalk View SE application. How to use the
IntelliCENTER ActiveX controls has been documented in the following publication, MCC-AT002 for you to reference at a later
date.

Configuring the Elevation ActiveX Control


1. On the desktop, Right click on “FactoryTalk View Studio” and select “Run as Administrator”

2. Once FactoryTalk View Studio opens, select “View Site Edition (Local Station)” and click Continue.

3. Under Existing applications, select IntelliCENTER_ActiveX and click Open.

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4. Once the application is done opening, you will be able to navigate the various aspects of the application. For those not
familiar with FactoryTalk View Studio, the Explorer window on the left contains all the objects and controls that are used for
this application. In this example we will be focusing on the following areas: HMI Tags, Graphics (Displays) and Logic and
Control (Macros).

5. Click on the plus sign next to Displays to see the displays that have already been created in this application. Double click
on “Main” to open the main display.

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6. The Main display has been configured with 9 buttons that will be used to open the various displays that will contain the
IntelliCENTER ActiveX control for the specific object described on the button. This example will walk through how to add
the elevation view, E300 monitor view, and PowerFlex 755 monitor view. The E300 and PowerFlex 755 controls will be
added using two different methods to demonstrate the flexibility of the IntelliCENTER ActiveX controls.

7. The first IntelliCENTER ActiveX Control that we will be working with is the Elevation View display. The first step is to define
which display will be open when clicking on “MCC Lineup 1 Elevation View” button. Double click on the button “MCC
Lineup 1 Elevation View.

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8. Select the “Action” tab and click the “…” button for the “Press action:” control, a Command Wizard will open

9. In the Command Wizard, navigate with the Command Categories to “Navigation” under Graphics -> Graphic Displays.
Select “Display” in the “Commands” window and click Next.

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10. In Command Wizard Step 2 of 2 window, click the arrow on the right next to File and select Elevation and click Finish.

11. Click Ok on the Button Properties window to accept the changes made.

12. Save these changes to the Main display by hitting the save icon, , in the tool bar.
13. Double click on Elevation under Displays in the Explorer window.

14. This is the display that the IntelliCENTER ActiveX Elevation control will be added and configured. To do this, click on
Objects in the toolbar then select “ActiveX Control…” This will change the cursor to allow you to add an ActiveX control to
the display (this can be noted by the text “ActiveX” next to the cursor)

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15. With the ActiveX cursor, click and hold on the left most side of the display directly under the title bar and drag to the lower
right corner to create a box on the display. Once the box is the size you want, let go of the cursor and the “Insert an ActiveX
Control” window will appear. Ensure to make the ActiveX control display large enough that no part of the Elevation view is
cropped.

16. Scroll through the ActiveX Controls until you see “ICenter_Elevation.ElevationActiveX”, select it and click Ok.

17. The properties window for the newly created ICenter_Elevation.ElevationActiveX will appear. This will allow you to
configure which MCC lineup this IntelliCENTER ActiveX control will be monitoring.

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18. Click the arrow for Lineup Name to select IMC Demo 11P102A-S. If more DataCDs for additional IntelliCENTER MCC
lineups were added to this computer, those lineups would also be able to be selected from this dropdown.

19. Repeat Step 18 for Language


20. Once you have configured the Lineup Name and Language click Apply then Ok.

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21. Save these changes to the Elevation display by hitting the save icon, , in the tool bar.
22. Now let’s run a client version of the IntelliCENTER_ActiveX application to confirm that we have configured the Main and
Elevation displays correctly. In the toolbar, click on the “Launch Client SE” button.

23. An SE Client has already been created for this application, so click Run to execute the Client.

24. Once the Client is open, you should see the Main screen.

25. Click on the MCC Lineup 1 Elevation View button that you configured above to confirm that the Elevation display opens.

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26. The Elevation display should have opened and the ActiveX control should have populated with the same Elevation view that
can be seen in IntelliCENTER software. The Elevation View should say “Loading Communications…” on the bottom of the
screen. Once that is complete, you will be able to see the status of all the intelligent devices within the IntelliCENTER MCC.
(Note: you may need to maximize the Client to see the whole screen)

27. Let’s test out the Elevation view, on the E300, press and hold the blue Test/Reset button to induce a fault. Note the change
in the E300 status from Ready to Fault.

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28. Feel free to run the E300 with the motor or the PowerFlex 755 with the motor to see the status change in the Elevation view.
Once you are done, close the Client by clicking on the “X” in the upper right corner.
29. You have successfully configured the Elevation ActiveX control.

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Configuring the Monitor ActiveX Control
Now that you have configured the Elevation view, let’s take a closer look at the other IntelliCENTER ActiveX controls available.
1. If not already done, please close the Client application that was used to test the Elevation ActiveX control.
2. We are going to repeat Steps 7-11 from the above section. Open the Main display, double click on the “E300 Monitor
View” button.

3. On the Button Properties, select the Action tab and click the “…” next to “Press Action:”. On Command Wizard Step
1 of 2, select Navigation and Display then hit Next. On Command Wizard Step 2 of 2, under “File”, select E300
Monitor and click on Finish.

4. Click Ok on the Button Properties window to accept the changes.

5. Save the changes to the Main display by clicking on the save button, , in the toolbar.

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6. Open the display E300 Monitor

7. This time we will be adding the Monitor IntelliCENTER ActiveX control. Click on Objects and select ActiveX
Control… Again, click and hold in the left corner and drag to the bottom right. Ensure to make the square fairly large,
if the ActiveX window created is not large enough, it will cut off part of the Monitor View display.
8. Once the “Insert an ActiveX Control” window appears, scroll down and select ICenter_Monitor.MonitorActiveX and
click Ok.

9. The Monitor ActiveX control properties appears. Here is where we will define which lineup and which MCC unit this
ActiveX control will display.

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10. Select the IMC Demo 11P102A-S under Lineup Name and select E300 192.168.1.21 – Location: 1A under MCC Unit.

11. Select the Language of your choice and click Ok.

12. Save the changes to the Main display by clicking on the save button, , in the toolbar.
13. Now let’s run a client version of the IntelliCENTER_ActiveX application to confirm that we have configured the Main
and E300 Monitor View displays correctly. In the toolbar, click on the “Launch Client SE” button.

14. Click Run to execute the Client.

15. Once the Main display appears, click on the E300 Monitor View button to launch the E300 Monitor display.

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16. The E300 Monitor View should load and the ActiveX control should be populated with the same monitor view that we
observed in IntelliCENTER software.

17. The same functionality available within IntelliCENTER software is available in the Monitor ActiveX control. The
parameters that are being viewed and shown on the trends and gauges can be user configured. Take a moment to
see all the functionality that is available in the Monitor ActiveX control.
18. Once you are done, close the Client application by clicking on the “X” in the upper right corner.
19. Close any open displays in the workspace by clicking on the “X” in the upper right corner for each display.

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Configuring the Monitor ActiveX Control using HMI tag connections and Macros within FactoryTalk View SE
If time permits, there is another method that can be used to configure the properties of the various IntelliCENTER ActiveX control
objects within FactoryTalk View SE. This method allows for a single display and IntelliCENTER ActiveX control to be used with
multiple lineups/devices. Each IntelliCENTER ActiveX control can be configured with connections that can leverage HMI tags
that can be changed and set using macros that are initiated with a button. This next section will set through how to use this
method on the monitor view of the PowerFlex 755.
1. Double click on the Monitor display to open it.

2. Click on Objects in the toolbar and select “ActiveX Control…”. As before, click and hold in the upper left corner and
drag to the lower right corner of the display. The Insert ActiveX Control window will appear
3. Scroll down and select ICenter_Monitor.MonitorActiveX and click Ok

4. In the ActiveX Properties window, click on the Connections tab.

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5. Note that Tags can be set for ICLanguage, ICLineupID and ICDeviceID. Tags are user defined parameters or
variables that can be created to be used as control. Each connection corresponds to the selections that need to be
made under the General tab. These values configure the IntelliCENTER ActiveX control to know which lineup and
device to connect to.
6. Click Cancel on the ActiveX Properties to close the window.
7. To create tags or view the tags that have already been created in the application. Double click on Tags in the
Explorer. This will open the Tags window. Once that has opened, double click on the folder IntelliCENTER under the
“Search For” window.

8. Tags that will be used for this example have already been created for the various connections that need to be made in
the IntelliCENTER ActiveX properties.

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9. Close the Tags window by clicking on the “X” in the right corner
10. Return to the Monitor display. If it was closed, double click on Monitor in the Explorer.
11. Double click on the IC Monitor ActiveX object that you placed in the previous step to open up the properties window.
Click on the Connections Tab.

12. Now we will assign one of the HMI tags that has been created to each of the connections. To do this click on the
under the Tag column for each connection. We will start with ICLineupID. We will leave ICLanguage blank, if
it is not configured, it defaults to English.
13. Under the Tag Browser window that opens after clicking on , navigate to the IntelliCENTER folder. Select
LineupID and click Ok.

14. Do the same for ICDeviceID. Select DeviceID as the Tag and click Ok.

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15. Click on the Common tab and change the name of the ActiveX control instance to IC_Monitor. Click Ok to confirm
the changes made.

16. Now we need to configure the Monitor display so that it will open properly. To do this, right click in the very upper left
corner of the Monitor display and select Display Settings…

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17. Click the Behavior tab and click the “…” under Startup Commands.

18. We have to include a Pause and an Invoke command to ensure that the ActiveX control does not populate before the
HMI Tag is set to its proper value. If this is not done, the ActiveX control will error out in the Client application.
Navigate to All Commands and Macros and scroll down and select Pause and click Next.

19. Add a 2 second Pause and click Finish.


20. Click on the “…” next to Startup again to now add the Invoke command.

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21. Again, navigate to All Commands and Macros and scroll down and select Invoke. Click Next.

22. Under the Command Wizard Step 2 of 2, we have to configure the display, object and method we want to use. For
Display, select Me. Under Object type, IC_Monitor (this is the name of the ActiveX control that we typed in earlier)
and for the method type Show. Click on Finish when done.

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23. Click Ok on the Display Settings to configure changes made.

24. Save the changes to the Main display by clicking on the save button, , in the toolbar.
25. The next step is to create a macro that will set the HMI tags to the values unique to the lineup and device that we want
to monitor. Expand the Macros folder in the Explorer. Note that there are macros already created for this example.
Double click on PF755_Monitor to open up the macro.

26. This macro sets both the LineupID and DeviceID for the MCC lineup and PowerFlex 755 unit that we are going to
connect to. The last line opens the Monitor display once the HMI tags have been created.

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27. To determine the unique identifier for your MCC lineup and the devices within the lineup, the IntelliCENTER ID tool is
used. This is installed when IntelliCENTER software is installed on your PC. Click on the Windows OS button to see
all the applications installed on the PC and navigate to IntelliCENTER ID.

28. When the IntelliCENTER ID window opens, click on IMC Demo 11P102A-S. This will auto-populate the MCC units
installed in that lineup. If you click on the PF755 unit, the ICDeviceID for that unit will display below. These IDs are
what were used in the macro created in FactoryTalk View SE.

29. Click Close to exit the IntelliCENTER ID


30. Return to the FactoryTalk View SE application and close the PF755_Monitor macro
31. Open the Main display

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32. Double click on the PF755 Monitor View button to open the properties.

33. Click on the Action tab and click on the “…” next to Press Action

34. Expand the Logic and Control folder and click on Macros. Select the PF755_Monitor macro and click Finish.

35. Click Ok to confirm the changes made to the Button Properties.

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36. Save the changes to the Main display by clicking on the save button, , in the toolbar.
37. Now let’s run a client version of the IntelliCENTER_ActiveX application to confirm that we have configured the Main
and PF755 Monitor View displays correctly. In the toolbar, click on the “Launch Client SE” button.

38. Click Run to execute the Client.

39. Once the Main display appears, click on the PF755 Monitor View button to launch the PF755 Monitor display.
40. Once the PowerFlex 755 Monitor ActiveX control connects to the drive, notice that we have the same monitor view that
is available within IntelliCENTER Software.

41. After taking some time navigating the PowerFlex 755 monitor view, close the Client by clicking on the “X” in the upper
right corner.

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You have now completed the lab.

If there is still time, try using the methods learned in this section to add the drawings and manuals IntelliCENTER
ActiveX controls to the FactoryTalk View SE Application. Displays and buttons have been created to use the first
method learned for the E300. Displays, buttons and macros have been created to use the HMI tags and macros
method for the PF755 and System Level ActiveX controls. The CAD drawings, manuals and spare parts displays
are added using the IntelliCENTER ActiveX control, ICenter_Document.DocumentActiveX.

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Appendix: Pre-lab Configuration

Pre-Lab Checks
This section is meant to help setup the lab to the proper configuration.

Network Diagram
Ethernet Connections

Stratix 5700 Port End Device

1 PC
2 EN2TR Port 1 (Left)
3 E300 Overload Relay
4 PowerFlex 755

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IMC Demo Box Device Configuration

PowerFlex 755

1. Verify the I/O option module has been added to Slot 7. Options modules should be added prior to
energizing the demo.

2. Energize the drive demo: back view of IMC Demo box. Put the switch by the plug in the | position
and put the breaker switch in the up position.

Make sure the “E-Stop” is pulled out (toward you)

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3. Verify that the PowerFlex 755 drive’s IP Address Switches are set to ‘030’.

If the address is not ‘030’, set this by adjusting the rotary switches. After adjusting the switches, cycle
power to drive demo.

4. If the PowerFlex 755 is faulted, then reset the fault by clicking the red stop button on the HIM.

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Disable DeviceLogix Program

If a DeviceLogix Program is loaded and running in the PowerFlex 755 demo, the DeviceLogix logic needs
to be disabled and the drive reset prior to conducting the lab.
1. Use Connected Components Workbench to connect to the drive. These steps can also be completed using the HIM.
2. Navigate to the Status & Control parameters under the DeviceLogix port…

3. Set parameter #53 – DLX Operation to DisableLogic…

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4. Next, highlight 0 – PowerFlex 755, click on the Reset Drive icon

(For the HIM…select Port 0, select DIAGNOSTIC folder then Reset Device.)

5. Finally, click OK to reset the drive. Communications will be lost at this time.

(For the HIM…when prompted to confirm reset device, click ENTER.)

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E300 Overload
In order to modify parameters in the E300, you will need to access the web interface. Follow the steps below to enable and
access the web interface for the E300.

1. Verify that the E300 PHASE LOSS switch is in the left position and the E300 Hand-Off-Auto is
turned to OFF.

2. Set the EXT. MOTOR switch to E300 for the lab.

3. If the E300 is faulted, then reset the fault by clicking the TEST/RESET button on the E300.
4. Locate the E300 Overload and slide down the front cover on the device to access the three rotary
switches that are used to set the last octet of the IP Address.

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5. Verify that the rotary switches are set to 0 - 2 - 1 to represent the IP Address 192.168.1.21.
6. Cycle power on the device by removing the 120 VAC connector located behind the EtherNet/IP ports.
7. Open Internet Explorer.
8. Type the IP Address of the E300 (‘192.168.1.21) in the browser’s URL window and press Enter.

9. Slide down the front cover on the device to access the three rotary switches that are used to set the
last octet of the IP Address.

10. To enter Administrative Mode, use a small flat blade screwdriver to turn all three of the rotary
switches to 0 - 0 - 0.
11. Cycle power on the device by removing the 120 VAC connector located behind the EtherNet/IP ports.
12. Type the IP Address of the E300 (‘192.168.1.21’) in the browser’s URL window and press ENTER to
access the web server. The device is now in Administrative Mode.

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10. Select Administrative Setting from the menu on the left side of the screen.

13. Select Network Configuration from the expanded menu

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14. You will be prompted to enter a User Name and Password in order to view these settings. Type
‘Administrator’ for the User Name and enter the serial number of the E300 communication module
into the Password field. Then select OK.

15. After you have access to the Network Configuration menu, locate the Web Server Control dropdown
menu and select Always Enabled. This will permanently enable the web server and disable the
rotary switches on the E300.

Locate the Network Interface information and type the IP Address (‘192.168.1.21’) and Subnet Mask
(‘255.255.255.0’) into the appropriate boxes.

If needed, download the IMCE11B_012A_IntellicenterLab_DeviceCfgs.ACD to the 1756-L75 controller to ensure


proper E300 Overload operation. You can also use this file to download the proper drive configuration as well.
Utilize the Drive Tab within the Add-On Profile.
This file is located at “C:\Lab Files\ SY10 – Integrating CENTERLINE® Motor Control Centers with Studio 5000®
and IntelliCENTER® Software” folder

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CLX Demo box

1. Set the switch labeled ‘120/220V’ to “on”. Top of plug.

2. Verify that the L75 Controller is located in slot 1 of the Logix chassis.

3. Verify the IP address on the EN2TR module to be 192.168.1.11. You will see it scrolling across the
display

4. If the address was not set to 192.168.1.11, remove the module from the Logix chassis and set the
rotary switches to ‘011’ and put the module back in Slot 6 of the Logix chassis.
5. Use RSLinx to verify that the Stratix 5700 switch has the IP address set to 192.168.1.120. Right click
on Stratix 5700 and open Module Configuration.

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6. Go to Port Configuration and verify the IP address is 192.168.1.120. If not change it and hit Apply.
The password for the switch will be needed to allow the IP address to change. The password is
“rockwell”. For note, the user name is left blank if accessing the switch through Internet explorer.

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