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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2011 4:23 am 

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With this edtion you can exchange data between RSLogix Architect and Eplan 2.0.

RSLogix Architect software gives you a single place to manage Logix systems. Simple to use, it helps you efficiently manage controller configuration files, network configurations, Add-On Instructions, user-defined data types and produced and consumed tag relationships.

It offers tools for:

•Controller configuration management
•Viewing the system as a whole versus a collection of configuration files
•Communications and network management
•Produced and consumed tag management and reporting
•Library storage for Add-On Instructions and user-defined data types
•Search multiple projects for tags, programs, routines, AOI, UDT, etc.
•Update AOI in multiple projects to the latest revision
•Import and export hardware configuration and Point Tags (Alias Tags) to and from ePLAN Electric P8.
•Import hardware configuration for Logix from Integrated Architecture Builder.

In RSLogix Architect, you create pages which are a graphical representation of your control system. These pages are where you "draw" your control hardware layout — the chassis, controllers, and communication modules that you will use in your automation system. You can also draw networks that allow you to connect the controllers together. Once controllers are connected together through networks, you can easily configure produced and consumed tag relationships from one location.

Also, in RSLogix Architect you can administer your intellectual property, by offering a library to store your Add-On Instructions (including High Integrity and Safety) and user-defined data types. From the library you can now deploy, search and update AOI and UDT across multiple projects form one single place.

RSLogix Architect software is the perfect complement to the Integrated Architecture, reducing your development costs and providing more tools for your system management.

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