the difference between RSLogix 500 and RSLogix and RSLogix Studio

In this article we will learn the difference between RSLogix 500 and RSLogix and RSLogix Studio.

When purchasing PLC software, a license must be purchased. The main thing to remember is that when buying software, you need to know which software to use. Most of them have a license key to unlock full premium features.

Downloading RSLogix 500 gives you access to different tiers, and for each different version of the software you download, you need to pay a different license to unlock these features. Some people think that if they learn the basics provided in the free RSLogix 500 software, they will not be able to use Studio 5000 or even RSLogix 5000 software.

Despite the differences in the names and user interface of the various tabs, you're still learning the basics of PLC programming from an RSlogix 500 or RSlogix Micro, and that's what it's all about - no matter which version of the software you're using! The trick to programming a PLC is that you understand the logic behind it.

All that's left is to understand the differences between software types and different versions of Windows like Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 10, and even Macs.

The following are the main differences between the three software versions:

    RSLogix 5 - Primarily a data type system with some tagging capabilities, only supports ladder logic and memory is limited by processor size.

RSLogix 500 - Primarily a data type system with some tagging functions that only support ladder logic. RSLogix 500 ladder logic only, uses registers corresponding to the memory addressing of the processor used in the control system.

    RSLogix 5000 - is a tag-based ControlLogix system that integrates well with legacy and new equipment technologies and all four languages ​​of PLC programming, ladder logic, structured text, function blocks and sequential function charts. RSLogix 5000 is the software name from earlier versions to version 20.

There are a number of versions available depending on the hardware platform used and the programming languages selected.

• Version 10 and later releases includes the Control Flash software package

• Software registration keys are required to run all RSLogix 5000 packages

• Prior to version 10 only one release could be installed on a computer, or more accurately on a hard drive partition

• Version 10 allows multiple future release installations and one backwards release installation

• As of version 21, RSLogix 5000 has been renamed Studio 5000

     RSLogix Studio 5000 - is Rockwell Automation's newest ControlLogix tag based system, it recently slightly changed the user interface to better suit the Windows 10 environment, and works very closely with RSlogix 5000, but aside from these logic modes, The difference with the RSlogix 500 is comparable. Studio 5000 was created in version 21 and upgraded to version 32, they changed

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