Release Notes

( 9324-RLDx ) Studio 5000 programming software. All you need for discrete, process, batch, motion, safety etc.
Version 33.01.01 (released 11/2021)

Catalog Number Studio 5000 Logix Designer 

These release notes describe version information for Studio 5000 Logix Designer, version 33.01.01 (released 11/2021).

Requirements

This release has the following requirements.

System requirements for Studio 5000 Logix Designer, version 33.01.00

For optimal performance of the Logix Designer application, the personal computer should meet or exceed these hardware and software requirements.

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Tip: The Logix Designer application can be installed on a personal computer that meets the operating system minimum requirements, but may not meet performance expectations when used in a production system.
Hardware Requirements
Software Requirements
IMPORTANT
Keep these operating system considerations in mind:
  • Universal C Runtime (CRT) is a Windows operating system component that enables core functionality on the Windows operating system. It was introduced in Windows 10 and distributed to most computers running earlier supported operating systems. This component is present on computers that have been kept up to date.
When installing the Logix Designer application on computers that have not been updated, a prompt displays to install Universal C Runtime or to update the computer to at least the Microsoft April 2014 update roll-up.
  • While the Windows 8.1 and later operating systems run on many touch-enabled devices, various features of the Logix Designer application may not be touch-enabled. Most functions are expected to work with touch, but the software has only been tested with a keyboard and mouse.
  • Logix Designer was tested with UAC set to the most restrictive level (Always notify). This version of the Logix Designer application is also expected to operate correctly when UAC is configured for any less restrictive setting.
  
IMPORTANT
When installing version 33.01 of the Logix Designer application, Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 is installed automatically. However, when installed on 32-bit Windows operating systems, .NET Framework 4.6 causes versions 23 and earlier of the Logix Designer application to fail on startup. Also, when previous versions of Logix Designer are installed after version 33.01, .NET Framework 4.6 may cause these earlier versions of the Logix Designer application installation to fail.
  
Preferred operating systems

Preferred operating systems are prioritized for support, testing, and post-release patch qualifications. These operating systems are preferred for this release:

High Resolution Display Support

Windows 10 v1703 / Windows Server 2016 or later is the recommended operating system if running this software with a 2K or 4K High Resolution Display with scaling up to 125%.

Acceptable results can also be expected with:

Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 is not recommended for display scaling greater than 125%.

FactoryTalk Updater version 2.00.00 installation

Install one or more functionalities for FactoryTalk Updater:

Agent

FactoryTalk Updater Agent collects information and activation license data from the Rockwell Automation software installed on the computer. Install the FactoryTalk Updater Agent on each computer that requires data collection. This is the default functionality installed with most Rockwell Automation software.

Server

FactoryTalk Updater Server:

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Tip: To avoid issues, limit FactoryTalk Updater Server installations to one instance per intranet.
Client

FactoryTalk Updater Client is the user interface that displays information collected by the FactoryTalk Updater Server. Install FactoryTalk Updater Client to display information from the intranet.

Firmware requirements
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Tip: Most modules use Flash-ROM for the storage of firmware. If a module requires a firmware change, use the ControlFLASH™ tool or the ControlFLASH Plus™ tool to perform the update to the Flash-ROM. These tools are contained in the downloaded image or on a DVD-ROM shipped with the Logix Designer application. Another option is to update the firmware automatically as part of the project download.
For additional information and assistance in performing a Flash-ROM update, review the ControlFLASH Firmware Upgrade Software User Manual, publication 1756-UM105, or the ControlFLASH Plus Quick Start Guide, publication CFP-QS001.

Rockwell Automation Test Environment

Rockwell Automation tests software products under a standard configuration of operating systems and antivirus software. For additional information, see the Knowledgebase Document ID: PN24 - Rockwell Software Products and Antivirus Software.

Features

This release includes the following system features.

System features for Studio 5000 Logix Designer, version 33.01.00

Logix Designer application version v33.01 has the same new and enhanced features and new supported hardware as v33.00.

New features
Use the Controller Properties dialog box PlantPAx® tab to configure the Use PlantPAx Tasking Model and Instruction Usage P-Controller properties. The PlantPAx tab is available only for the CompactLogix 5380 and ControlLogix 5580 P-controllers.
Use the PlantPAx built-in instructions to monitor and process discrete and analog inputs and outputs for controlling devices. PlantPAx instructions are available only on ControlLogix 5380P and 5580P controllers. The PlantPAx instructions configuration dialog boxes are not localized.
The P-Controllers support these features:
The Instruction Usage feature assists users in identifying heavy controller loads by showing in an Instruction Usage table the number of each instruction type used in each task. Fine tune the execution load by choosing to include a combination of P-controllers, non P-controllers, or Add-On Instructions. Export PlantPAx Instruction Usage data as an L5K file in CSV format.
Tasking Modeling provides a predefined set of tasks with a default configuration and editing restrictions to assist in creating projects that conform to Rockwell Automation® recommendations for the P-Controller.
The Process Analog HART (PAH) instruction provides HART digital data for an intelligent analog device alongside the analog input (PAI) or analog output (PAO) instruction for that device. The PAH instruction provides:
Redundancy supports Logix architecture for high availability systems in the ControlLogix 5580 standard controllers. Redundancy consists of identical controllers in primary and secondary chassis, with fault tolerance that allows for switchover to the secondary in the event of a primary failure. Choose to enable redundancy when configuring the project. ControlLogix 5580 redundancy does not support the controller web page feature.
Automatic Diagnostics is a system-level feature in CompactLogix 5380, CompactLogix 5480, ControlLogix 5580, Compact GuardLogix 5380, and GuardLogix 5580 controllers that provides device diagnostics to HMIs and other clients, with zero programming. The diagnostics include device description conditions and state events.
Automatic Diagnostics is enabled by default with firmware revision 33.00 or later. You can disable and enable the whole feature while online or offline from the Controller Properties dialog box. You can also disable Automatic Diagnostics for a specific device in the device’s configuration.
For controller types that support controller web pages, a check box was added to the Controller Properties dialog box Security tab that enables access to web pages that track controller, network, and backplane performance. A message explains when the web page setting is overridden by CIP Security and is different than or the same as the project setting. ControlLogix 5580 redundancy does not support the controller web page.

Enhanced features
Use the Alarm Message Editor to add extended properties to alarm messages and to Add-On Instructions. Adding extended properties to a message or an AOI makes the values in the properties available for use by some Rockwell Automation HMIs. Add extended properties to both instruction-based alarm messages and tag-based alarm messages.
In the Alarm List, use the State column header to sort alarms based on their current state when online with the controller. Alarms are listed according to priority, with the most severe states, Alarm Fault and In Alarm, listed at the top.
In the Alarm List, right-click an alarm and select Go To Cross Reference For Input Tag or Go To Cross Reference For Target Tag to navigate to the input tag or the target tag for the alarm. The input tag for an alarm drives the alarm state, and the target tag for an alarm is a tag that is used to evaluate the alarm's condition.
Use the First destructive reference and Next destructive reference commands to find and navigate to destructive references for a tag. If an instruction can overwrite a tag value, the instruction is a destructive reference for that tag.
Use Function Block functions for mathematical, comparison, and logical operations. The Logix Designer application version v33.00 release includes 16 new functions for Advanced Math instructions, Math Conversion instructions, and Trigonometry instructions. This release also extends support to 24 more instructions for LINT, LREAL, USINT, UINT, UDINT, and ULINT data types, which were introduced in version 32. This support allows operators within expressions to use these new data types. In addition, suffixes for literals of these data types are now case-insensitive.
When you close the open project or the Logix Designer application, the <Product-Name_RSL5K) application saves and stores the last known expansion states for all high-level folders within the Controller Organizer and Logical Organizer.
When exporting files, to clearly identify the type of file being exported, the Logix Designer application appends the component type to the file name.
Updated the process for connecting a Studio 5000 Logix Emulate controller to a remote computer.

New devices supported

This table lists new hardware supported in this release.

Catalog Number
Description
Vendor Name
Basic Bus Module
Basic Bus Module EtherNet/IP Interface Card
Advanced Energy Industries, Inc.
BLH-1756-WM
Weigh Scale Module
Vishay Nobel AB
1756_FPI_1002
Fire Protection Interface
Reserved
HM-1756-WM
Weigh Scale Module
Reserved
ILX56-PBM
PROFIBUS Master or Slave Module
Prosoft Technology
ILX56-PBS
PROFIBUS Slave Module
Prosoft Technology
1732E-16CFGM12M12LDR
16 Point 24V DC Self-Configuring, Quick Connect, 2-Port, M12 L-code Power, Diagnostic
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1732E-16CFGM12P5DR
16 Point 24V DC Self-Configuring, Quick Connect, 2-Port, 5-Pin Mini Power, Diagnostic
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1734-OBV2S
2 Point 24V DC Source Output
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-EN4TR
1756 Ethernet Bridge, 2-Port, Twisted-pair Media, Device Level Ring
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-IB16S
16 Point 24V DC Safety Input, Sink
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-OBV8S
8 Point 24V DC Bipolar/Sourcing Safety Output
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10B
Stratix 5800 10 Port Non-Expandable Base
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10BE
Stratix 5800 10 Port Non-Expandable Base PoE
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10R
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Layer 3
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10ER
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Layer 3
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Advanced
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Advanced Layer 3
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX8T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 8 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX6T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 6 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX8E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 8 Port POE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX8S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 8 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX8EA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 8 Port PoE Copper Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX8SA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 8 Port SFP Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX8TA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 8 Port Copper Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10 plus 1783-MMX8T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base plus 8 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10 plus 1783-MMX6T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base plus 6 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10 plus 1783-MMX8S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base plus 8 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10 plus 1783-MMX8E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base plus 8 Port PoE Copper Basic POE
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10R plus 1783-MMX8T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Layer 3 plus 8 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10R plus 1783-MMX6T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Layer 3 plus 6 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10R plus 1783-MMX8S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Layer 3 plus 8 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10R plus 1783-MMX8E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Layer 3 plus 8 Port PoE Copper Basic POE
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10E plus 1783-MMX8T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE plus 8 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10E plus 1783-MMX8E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE plus 8 Port PoE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10E plus 1783-MMX6T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE plus 6 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10E plus 1783-MMX8S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE plus 8 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10ER plus 1783-MMX8T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Layer 3 plus 8 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10ER plus 1783-MMX8E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Layer 3 plus 8 Port PoE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10ER plus 1783-MMX6T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Layer 3 plus 6 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10ER plus 1783-MMX8S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Layer 3 plus 8 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX8T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 8 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX8E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 8 Port PoE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX6T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 6 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX8S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 8 Port SFP Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX8EA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 8 Port PoE Copper Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX8SA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 8 Port SFP Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX8TA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 8 Port Copper Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX8T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 8 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX8E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 8 Port PoE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX6T2S
Straix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 6 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX8S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 8 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX8EA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 8 Port PoE Copper Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX8SA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 8 Port SFP Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX8TA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 8 Port Copper Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX8T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 8 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX8E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 8 Port POE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX6T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 6 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX8S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 8 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX8EA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 8 Port PoE Copper Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX8SA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 8 Port SFP Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX8TA
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 8 Port Copper Advanced Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10 plus 1783-MMX16T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base plus 16 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10 plus 1783-MMX14T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base plus 14 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10 plus 1783-MMX16E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base plus 16 port Copper Basic POE
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10R plus 1783-MMX16T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Layer 3 plus 16 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10R plus 1783-MMX14T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Layer 3 plus 14 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10R plus 1783-MMX16E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Layer 3 plus 16 port Copper Basic POE
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10E plus 1783-MMX16T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE plus 16 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10E plus 1783-MMX16E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE plus 16 Port PoE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10E plus 1783-MMX14T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE plus 14 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10ER plus 1783-MMX16T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Layer 3 plus 16 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10ER plus 1783-MMX16E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Layer 3 plus 16 Port PoE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10ER plus 1783-MMX14T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base PoE Layer 3 plus 14 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX16T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 16 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX16E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 16 Port PoE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EA plus 1783-MMX14T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE plus 14 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX16T
Straix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 16 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX16E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 16 Port PoE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10EAR plus 1783-MMX14T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced PoE Layer 3 plus 14 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX16T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 16 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX16E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 16 Port POE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10A plus 1783-MMX14T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced plus 14 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX16T
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 16 Port Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX16E
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 16 Port POE Copper Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1783-MMS10AR plus 1783-MMX14T2S
Stratix 5800 10 Port Expandable Base Advanced Layer 3 plus 14 Port Copper 2 Port SFP Basic Expansion
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
440R-ENETR
Guardmaster Safety Relay Ethernet Interface
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABRB-UR-P49
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Release, Right, No Estop, 2 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABLB-UR-P49
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Lock, Right, No Estop, 2 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABRB-UL-P49
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Release, Left, No Estop, 2 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABLB-UL-P49
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Lock, Left, No Estop, 2 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABRB-UR-E0P49
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Release, Right, Estop, 2 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABLB-UR-E0P49
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Lock, Right, Estop, 2 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABRB-UL-E0P49
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Release, Left, Estop, 2 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABLB-UL-E0P49
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Lock, Left, Estop, 2 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABRB-UR-E0JP4679
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Release, Right, Estop, 4 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABLB-UR-E0JP4679
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Lock, Right, Estop, 4 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABRB-UL-E0JP4679
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Release, Left, Estop, 4 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
442G-MABLB-UL-E0JP4679
Multifunctional Access Box, Power to Lock, Left, Estop, 4 Pushbuttons, Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5069-IB8S
8 Point 24V DC Safety Input, Sink
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5069-OBV8S
8 Point 24V DC Bipolar/Sourcing Safety Output
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OB32
32 Point 24V DC Output, Source
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OB32XT
32 Point 24V DC Output, Source, XT
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OB8
8 Point 24V DC Output, Source
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OB8XT
8 Point 24V DC Output, Source, XT
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OA16
16 Point 120/240V AC Output
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OA16XT
16 Point 120/240V AC Output, XT
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-IB32
32 Point 24V DC Input, Sink
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-IB32XT
32 Point 24V DC Input, Sink, XT
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-IA16
16 Point 120V AC Input
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-IA16XT
16 Point 120V AC Input, XT
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-IM8
8 Point 240V AC Input
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-IM8XT
8 Point 240V AC Input, XT
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OB16S
16 Point 24V Safety Output, Source
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OB16SXT
16 Point 24V Safety Output, Source XT
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-IB16S
16 Point 24V DC Safety Input, Sink
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-IB16SXT
16 Point 24V DC Safety Input, Sink XT
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OW4IS
4 Point AC/DC Safety Relay Output, Isolated, N.O.
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5094-OW4ISXT
4 Point AC/DC Safety Relay Output, Isolated, N.O. XT
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP14BA1
10mm Solid Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, Clamping Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP15BA1
12mm Solid Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, Clamping Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP16BA1
3/8 inch Solid Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, Clamping Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP14BA4
10mm Solid Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, Synchro Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP15BA4
12mm Solid Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, Synchro Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP16BA4
3/8 inch Solid Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, Synchro Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP14BA7
10mm Solid Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, Square Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP15BA7
12mm Solid Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, Square Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP16BA7
3/8 inch Solid Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, Square Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP8BA6
10mm Hollow Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP9BA6
12mm Hollow Shaft Single-turn Safety encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP11BA6
14mm Hollow Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP12BA6
15mm Hollow Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP7BA6
3/8 inch Hollow Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-SIP10BA6
1/2 inch Hollow Shaft Single-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP14BA1
10mm Solid Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, Clamping Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP15BA1
12mm Solid Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, Clamping Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP16BA1
3/8 inch Solid Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, Clamping Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP14BA4
10mm Solid Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, Synchro Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP15BA4
12mm Solid Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, Synchro Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP16BA4
3/8 inch Solid Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, Synchro Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP14BA7
10mm Solid Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, Square Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP15BA7
12mm Solid Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, Square Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP16BA7
3/8 inch Solid Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, Square Flange
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP8BA6
10mm Hollow Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP9BA6
12mm Hollow Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP11BA6
14mm Hollow Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP12BA6
15mm Hollow Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP7BA6
3/8 inch Hollow Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
843ES-MIP10BA6
1/2 inch Hollow Shaft Multi-turn Safety Encoder, 63mm Stator Coupling
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281ES-F12S-10A-RRG-3FR-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (0.24-1.2A), Reversing Starter, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281ES-F12S-10A-RRG-3FR-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (0.24-1.2A), Reversing Starter, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281ES-F12S-10B-RRG-3FR-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (0.5-2.5A), Reversing Starter, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281ES-F12S-10B-RRG-3FR-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (0.5-2.5A), Reversing Starter, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281ES-F12S-10C-RRG-3FR-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (1.1-5.5A), Reversing Starter, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281ES-F12S-10C-RRG-3FR-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (1.1-5.5A), Reversing Starter, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281ES-F23S-25D-RRG-3FR-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (3.2-16A), Reversing Starter, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281ES-F23S-25D-RRG-3FR-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (3.2-16A), Reversing Starter, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281GS-F12S-10A-RRG-3FR-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (0.24-1.2A), Reversing Starter, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281GS-F12S-10A-RRG-3FR-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (0.24-1.2A), Reversing Starter, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281GS-F12S-10B-RRG-3FR-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (0.5-2.5A), Reversing Starter, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281GS-F12S-10B-RRG-3FR-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (0.5-2.5A), Reversing Starter, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281GS-F12S-10C-RRG-3FR-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (1.1-5.5A), Reversing Starter, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281GS-F12S-10C-RRG-3FR-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (1.1-5.5A), Reversing Starter, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281GS-F23S-25D-RRG-3FR-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (3.2-16A), Reversing Starter, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
281GS-F23S-25D-RRG-3FR-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (3.2-16A), Reversing Starter, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284ES-FVD2P3S-10-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (0.75KW), 2.3amp, VFD, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284ES-FVD2P3S-10-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (0.75KW), 2.3amp, VFD, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284ES-FVD4P0S-10-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (1.5KW), 4.0 amp, VFD, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284ES-FVD4P0S-10-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (1.5KW), 4.0 amp, VFD, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284ES-FVD6P0S-25-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (2.25KW), 6.0 amp, VFD, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284ES-FVD6P0S-25-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (2.25KW), 6.0 amp, VFD, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284ES-FVD7P6S-25-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (4.0KW), 7.6 amp, VFD, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284ES-FVD7P6S-25-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 4i/2o, (4.0KW), 7.6 amp, VFD, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284GS-FVD2P3S-10-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (0.75KW), 2.3amp, VFD, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284GS-FVD2P3S-10-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (0.75KW), 2.3amp, VFD, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284GS-FVD4P0S-10-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (1.5KW), 4.0 amp, VFD, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284GS-FVD4P0S-10-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (1.5KW), 4.0 amp, VFD, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284GS-FVD6P0S-25-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (2.25KW), 6.0 amp, VFD, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284GS-FVD6P0S-25-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (2.25KW), 6.0 amp, VFD, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284GS-FVD7P6S-25-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-00
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (4.0KW), 7.6 amp, VFD, No Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
284GS-FVD7P6S-25-RRG-SBG-DB1-EMI-22
ArmorStart Network Safety, 6i/0o, (4.0KW), 7.6 amp, VFD, With Safe IO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C1004-ERS
Kinetix 5300,85-253 Volt,0.4kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C1007-ERS
Kinetix 5300,85-253 Volt,0.75kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C1015-ERS
Kinetix 5300,85-253 Volt,1.5kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C1020-ERS
Kinetix 5300,85-253 Volt,2kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C2030-ERS
Kinetix 5300,170-253 Volt,3kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C2055-ERS
Kinetix 5300,170-253 Volt,5.5kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C2075-ERS
Kinetix 5300,170-253 Volt,7.5kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C4004-ERS
Kinetix 5300,342-528 Volt,0.4kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C4007-ERS
Kinetix 5300,342-528 Volt,0.75kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C4015-ERS
Kinetix 5300,342-528 Volt,1.5kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C4020-ERS
Kinetix 5300,342-528 Volt,2kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C4030-ERS
Kinetix 5300,342-528 Volt,3kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C4055-ERS
Kinetix 5300,342-528 Volt,5.5kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-C4075-ERS
Kinetix 5300,342-528 Volt,7.5kW,Safe Torque Off Servo Drive
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198T-W25K-ER
Kinetix 5700 iTRAK Power Supply
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
iTRAK 5730
Intelligent Track System, Section, Network Safety STO
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198T-iTRAK-MEDIUM-FRAME
Kinetix 5700 iTRAK Medium Frame, motor with integrated 200/400V drive, Networked Advanced Safety
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
PowerFlex 755-EENET-CM-S3
PowerFlex 755 AC Drive via Embedded Ethernet - CIP Motion/S3 Safety Option
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
PowerFlex 755-EENET-CM-S4
PowerFlex 755 AC Drive via Embedded Ethernet - CIP Motion/S4 Safety Option
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
PowerFlex 755-HiPwr-EENET-CM-S3
PowerFlex 755 High Power AC Drive via Embedded Ethernet - CIP Motion/S3 Safety Option
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
PowerFlex 755-HiPwr-EENET-CM-S4
PowerFlex 755 High Power AC Drive via Embedded Ethernet - CIP Motion/S4 Safety Option
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5069-L430ERMW
CompactLogix™ 5480 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5069-L450ERMW
CompactLogix™ 5480 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5069-L4100ERMW
CompactLogix™ 5480 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5069-L4200ERMW
CompactLogix™ 5480 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5069-L320ERP
CompactLogix™ 5380 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
5069-L340ERP
CompactLogix™ 5380 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-L81EP
ControlLogix® 5580 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-L81E-NSE
ControlLogix® 5580 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-L82E-NSE
ControlLogix® 5580 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-L83EP
ControlLogix® 5580 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-L83E-NSE
ControlLogix® 5580 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-L84E-NSE
ControlLogix® 5580 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-L85EP
ControlLogix® 5580 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
1756-L85E-NSE
ControlLogix® 5580 Controller
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-E2150-ERS
Kinetix 5100 Position Servo Drive, 15KW, 230V AC
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-E2075-ERS
Kinetix 5100 Position Servo Drive, 7.5KW, 230V AC
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-E2055-ERS
Kinetix 5100 Position Servo Drive, 5.5KW, 230V AC
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-E2030-ERS
Kinetix 5100 Position Servo Drive, 3KW, 230V AC
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-E1020-ERS
Kinetix 5100 Position Servo Drive, 2KW, 120-230V AC
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-E1015-ERS
Kinetix 5100 Position Servo Drive, 1.5KW, 120-230V AC
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-E1007-ERS
Kinetix 5100 Position Servo Drive, 0.75KW, 120-230V AC
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
2198-E1004-ERS
Kinetix 5100 Position Servo Drive, 0.4KW, 120-230V AC
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
SMC-50 MV-C
Medium Voltage Smart Motor Controller via 20-COMM-C
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
SMC-50 MV-E
Medium Voltage Smart Motor Controller via 20-COMM-E
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
SMC-50 MV-ER
Medium Voltage Smart Motor Controller via 20-COMM-ER
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
SMC-50 MV-Q
Medium Voltage Smart Motor Controller via 20-COMM-Q Fiber
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
SMC-50 MVSS-C
Medium Voltage Smart Motor Controller with Soft Stop via 20-COMM-C
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
SMC-50 MVSS-E
Medium Voltage Smart Motor Controller with Soft Stop via 20-COMM-E
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
SMC-50 MVSS-ER
Medium Voltage Smart Motor Controller with Soft Stop via 20-COMM-ER
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
SMC-50 MVSS-Q
Medium Voltage Smart Motor Controller with Soft Stop via 20-COMM-Q Fiber
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
FX9600
RFID Reader
Zebra Technologies
Electronic Data Sheets

The version of FactoryTalk Linx software provided with this version of the Logix Designer application includes an updated set of electronic data sheet (EDS) files for Rockwell Automation products. Installing this software ensures that FactoryTalk Linx software and RSNetWorx software will be able to work with the new revisions of firmware. To download and install the latest EDS file, access the Rockwell Automation Services & Support website (http://www.rockwellautomation.com/global/support/downloads.page?).

Corrected Anomalies in This Release

This release corrects the following anomalies.

Axis Properties do not reflect SSV changes to bit attributes (00234015, 1063469)

After executing an SSV instruction on a motion axis, the instruction correctly sets the attribute value, but the axis properties does not reflect the change.  See technote BF27663 for additional details.

This anomaly first identified in version 31.00.

Changing the Major Revision Keying of a Kinetix Drive sometimes affects Axis Parameters (1010610, 1010618)

Changing the firmware Major Revision Keying in the properties of a Kinetix drive could affect the scaling (Load Type parameter), as well as other axis parameters, of the associated CIP Motion Axis. This sometimes causes motor performance changes, different from their original configuration. See technote BF27045 for additional details.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

PAO/PPID instruction issue (1045247)

Shed value (Cfg_CVIntlk) is limited to less than 100% when it should be less than or equal to 100%.

As a work around, enter Cfg_CVIntlk = 99.999 %

This anomaly first identified in v33.00.

  

Upload rejects tag suffix greater than three characters (1218803)

The Logix Designer application verifies and downloads an I/O tag suffix with three or more characters, but does not allow the upload of the tag.

This anomaly first identified in version 33.00.


Unexplained motion (1090045)

Unexplained motion possibly caused by the application not recognizing the motion database which could cause the motion configuration to change.

This anomaly first identified in version 12.00.
  

Unable to import L5K project containing 1794-IE8HB, 1794-IF8IH, 1794-OE8HB and 1794-OF8IH (986170, Lgx00233674)

Warnings about unable to set attributes for map connection will be observed while importing an L5K project file that contains any of the following modules: 1794-IE8HB, 1794-IF8IH, 1794-OE8HB and 1794-OF8IH. Use and L5X project export or delete the modules before exporting to L5K.  

This anomaly first identified in version 30.00.

  

Upload error, failed to upload modules (977070, Lgx00226951)

When attempting to upload modules from the controller, the Logix Designer application generates these errors:

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

  

Shortcut keys Alt+ - caused the Logix Designer application to become unresponsive (1063467)

Using the shortcut combination Alt, plus, and dash did not close routine windows and caused the Logix Designer application to become unresponsive. This effects versions 31.00 and later.

This anomaly first identified in version 31.00.

  

Import Tags and comments in v33.00 requires additional time (1107900)

Importing a CSV file of tags into the Logix Designer application requires more time than in prior releases to complete.

This anomaly first identified in version 33.00.

  

License Source Protection and locked content not compatible (925976, Lgx00229625, Lgx00229626)

When importing, cutting, copying, or pasting License Source Protected and locked routines and Add-On Instructions that contain GSV or SSV instructions, an error message states that Licensed Source Control content is newer and not compatible. Licensed Source Protected and locked routines and Add-On Instructions that do not contain GSV or SSV import, cut, copy, and paste without an error message.

This anomaly first identified in version 31.00.

  

Command and actual position data not zeroed on axis inhibit (Lgx00230166)

When an axis gets inhibited, the axis command and actual positions are set = 0.0000. When the axis is uninhibited, the command and actual positions return to their previous values.

This anomaly first identified in version 28.00.

  

Incorrect calculation of Motion Counters per Unwind Cycle (1108548)

The Logix Designer application calculated an incorrect number of Motion Counts/Unwind Cycle value.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

  
Structured Text losing last character in comment (982755, 982764)

A comment in an imported routine in a Structured Text Add-On Instruction loses the closing parenthesis upon import forcing the user to add the closing parenthesis to successfully download the file.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.03.

To work around this issue, add a space before the forward slash (* /*).

  
The Logix Designer application stopped responding after switching SFC routines (946878, Lgx00223485)

The Logix Designer application stopped responding with the error 0xc0000005 after switching SFC routines while online in edit mode.

This anomaly first identified in version 33.00.

  
Boolean InOut parameter in an Add-On Instruction sets wrong bit (Lgx00209370)

For the ControlLogix 5380 and 5580 controllers, a Boolean InOut parameter in an Add-On Instruction when referencing the .31 bit of a DINT on the outside of the Add-On Instruction, sets the 22nd bit, not the 32nd bit, of that DINT.

This anomaly first identified in version 30.00.



  

Error: 1746-HSCE Failed to modify properties. Connection failure. (1685002)

Error Failed to modify properties. Connection failure. occurs when changing the configuration of a 1746-HSCE module connected to a 1747-AENTR while online.

The same error occurs with the 1746-HSCE2 module after the above-described error occurs with the 1746-HSCE module. Following a controller download, no configuration errors occur when changing the configuration of a 1746-HSCE2 module until an error occurs while attempting to change the configuration of a 1746-HSCE module connected to a 1747-AENTR while online.

To work around this issue, consider:

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

  

Known Anomalies in This Release

This release has the following known anomalies.

Upload failure (1024944)

When attempting to upload a project, the Logix Designer application generates these errors and the upload fails:

Failed to upload project. Reverting to the last saved copy of [location and file name]

To work around this issue, remove long names from the project.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.


Tag based alarm does not create on import (1093641)

If Logix based alarms are not verified or created when importing a User-defined Data Type (UDT) that references them, users will experience a controller major non-recoverable fault (MNRF) after download.

This anomaly first identified in version 33.00.


The Logix Designer stops responding when copying motion axes (1170662)

When copying and pasting motion axes between motion groups, the Logix Designer stops responding.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.


Safety I/O Add-On Profile Automatic Diagnostic online setting edits makes Add-On Profile unstable (1172072)

For 5094 Safety Discrete I/O Automatic Diagnostic Add-on Profile build v2.2.2, Automatic Diagnostic is enabled by default. If users disable Automatic Diagnostics while the Add-On Profile is online, after applying the change, the Logix Designer application generates a Failed to modify properties error message and the Add-On Profile stops responding.

To work around this issues, go offline, delete the module, and add it again.

This anomaly first identified in version 33.00.

Known Anomalies from Previous Releases

These anomalies are from previous releases but are still known in this release.

Source protected routine or Add-On Instruction not executing after download (1312820, Lgx00233725)

Licensed-based Source Protected routines or Add-On Instructions in a Logix Designer application stop executing after a download, when a routine or Add-On Instruction is locked online and previously compiled data was deleted during the Compact operation.  See technote 1132965 for additional details.

This anomaly first identified in version 30.00.

Error in the content of Studio 5000 Logix Designer application generated reports (1421415)

"ACD filename - Label does not exist" appears at the top of the page instead of "ACD filename - Controller Organizer Listing" when using the Generate Report menu option. 

This anomaly first identified in version 33.00.

Fatal error when converting a project to a newer major revision (1476922)]]]
A fatal error sometimes occurs when converting a project to a newer major revision where issues exist in the ChangeLog.
To work around this issue, export from the older project to a .L5K or .L5X file and import the project to a newer major revision to avoid the fatal error.
This anomaly first identified in version 16.00.
  

Error when attempting to run a trend (1435208)

The Logix Designer application is unable to run a trend in v29 or earlier after switching communication software from RSLinx Classic to FactoryTalk Linx in another instance of the Logix Designer application v31 and later on the same workstation.

Once a trend is run in the Logix Designer application v31 and later, using FactoryTalk Linx as the communication software, you will receive this error message if you then attempt to run a trend in the Logix Designer application v29 or earlier on the same workstation:

Error: <trend name> - : Can’t open the specified RSLinx driver.

For more information, refer to the technical note BF23206.

This anomaly first identified in version 20.00.

Using specific set of characters in structured text outlining comment, will cause an upload failure into a blank project ACD file (2207451)

Using the ** set of characters with a single-line comment (//) (that is, //**) in a structured text outlining comment (#region\#endregion) causes an upload error into a blank ACD file. The ** characters are used for multi-line comments and using the ** characters with a single-line comment causes this anomaly to occur. 

To work around this issue, put double quotes around the ** characters, such as “**”.

This anomaly first identified in version 31.00.

  

Defined alarm members of UDTs can be lost in editing process (2339160)

Editing an existing UDT that contains alarms and involves UDT nesting can result in a different UDT losing defined alarm members.

This anomaly first identified in version 31.00.

This anomaly corrected in version 36.00.

Dialogs undocked, split, or set to auto-hide provide unpredictable results for F4 key (2335181)

When dialogs in the Logix Designer application are undocked, split, or set to auto-hide, the F4 key produces unexpected results.

This anomaly first identified in version 31.00.

This anomaly corrected in version 36.00.


  

Failed to import file occurs during AOI import (2239485)

When an Add On Instruction (AOI) with the same name and one or more matching signature entries is imported with Overwrite option an error occurs. NOTE: The error occurs with signed and unsigned AOIs.

Error message in popup window:  Failed to import file ‘C:\….L5x.’ The import was canceled due to errors.  No changes were made to the project.  See Output Window Errors tab for details.

Error message in Output Window Errors tab:  Error:  Unable to import “AOI name here”, The Import was cancelled due to a name collision (Name=' ').

Workarounds:

Unsigned AOIs: clear the signature history on the AOI that already exists in the ACD file.

Signed AOIs: remove the signature from the AOI that already exists in the ACD file.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

This anomaly corrected in version 36.00 and 36.01.

Fatal Error 0xe0434352 when creating, opening, or interacting with a module’s properties after installing a later version of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer application or after installing a new Add-on Profile (3219935)

Fatal Error 0xe0434352 occurs on creating, opening, or viewing of profiles updated with a web-based interface, including 1756 Ethernet modules, 5069 Ethernet Adapters, 5094 Ethernet adapters, 1734 Ethernet Adapters, and 1756 I/O.

This fatal error could occur after an installation of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer application or a stand-alone Add-On Profile (AOP), which causes an upgrade to all module profiles.

The fix for this anomaly is available in the Add-on Profiles update for the 1756 Analog Modules, v40.14.70. The Add-on Profiles can be downloaded from the Product Compatibility and Download Center. For more information on this anomaly and the solution, please see technote ID BF30201

This anomaly first identified in v20.05.

  

HMIBC tags permitted in 5580 Redundant applications (3396611)

Logix Designer does not prevent you from including HMIBC type tags in Redundant applications, which can lead to controller Primary, Secondary or simultaneous Primary and Secondary assert and errors when you attempt to upload from the controller into an existing or new application when no assert has occurred.

First identified in Logix Designer version 33.00.


  
Public parameter imports as a local tag (910972, Lgx00231568, Lgx00231638, Lgx00231000)

When importing and exporting programs or routines with Public program parameters between projects, the program or routine causes the parameter to appear undefined. 

This anomaly first identified in version 24.00

  
Tag Browser may disappear when the Watch view is in Auto Hide mode (Lgx00216392)

The Tag Browser may disappear behind the Watch view preventing the user from selecting a tag. This can happen when the Watch view is in Auto Hide mode, the user opens the Tag Browser from the Watch view, and the Tag Browser appears outside the Watch view.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

Use one of these steps to work around the issue:

Size the Watch view so the Tag Browser fits inside the Watch view.

Hyperlinks in Vendor Sample Projects.pdf file may not work (Lgx00215047)

Some browsers (particularly the Microsoft Edge browser) may not launch the hyperlinks in the Sample Projects.pdf file when the hyperlinks are configured to open PDF files.   

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00

To work around this issue, open the PDF file with Adobe Acrobat Reader:

Logix Designer application runs out of memory with Accelerate 3D Graphics selected in VMware (Lgx00216060)

The Accelerate 3D Graphics setting in VMware sometimes causes the Logix Designer application to run out of memory.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

Use one of these steps to work around this issue:

Selecting all consumed tags causes the Logix Designer application to freeze (Lgx00217420, Lgx00217421, Lgx00217422, Lgx00217118)

In the Tag Editor with Show: Consumed tags displayed, selecting all the consumed tags can cause the Logic Designer application to freeze.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

Multiple routines left open for over two days while online with the controller can cause the Logix Designer application to crash (Lgx00217902, Lgx00217946)

Leaving multiple routines open for over two days while online with the controller can cause the Logix Designer application to crash.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

Subroutine called by locked routine through JSR instruction might not show energized power rail (Lgx00218331)

When a locked routine uses a JSR instruction to call a subroutine, Logix Designer sometimes fails to display the power rails in the subroutine as energized. The problem is limited to the incorrect display; the execution flow in the controller is still correct.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.00.

  

Labels are cut off and dislocated in BOOTP-DHCP Server applications (Lgx00152848)

When the font size in Windows 7 is set to 125%, the labels in the Network Settings and DHCP properties of BOOTP-DHCP Server application are cut off, making them unreadable. They are also dislocated, where they do not match with the proper input fields.

This anomaly first identified in version 23.00.

Not enough graphics resources to perform the operation requested. Closing windows will free graphic resources (1623620)

Closing SFC routines online in run mode causes a Windows GDI object memory leak. When this occurs, this window’s operating system dialog box may appear.

When the anomaly occurs, the online project can be saved but opening any other windows results in the dialog box appearing.

The workaround is to close the Logix Designer application session and start a new Logix Designer application session.

This anomaly first identified in version 31.00.


  

Displayed alarm fields may not update when modified programmatically (1541337)

Alarm behavior functions properly with the programmatically modified value; however, the Alarm List and Alarm Properties dialogs box might display values that existed before the programmatic modification.

Saving the file, uploading tags, and reopening the dialogs updates the Alarm List and Alarm Properties to the current value.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.03.

This anomaly corrected in version 36.00.

Mismatching display resolution and scaling may result in overlapping SFC elements (2122642)

Editing a Sequential Function Chart (SFC)) using a display with a given resolution (for example, 1920 x 1200) and Windows scale setting (for example, 100%), closing the ACD, and then opening the same ACD in another resolution (for example, 3840 x 2160) and Windows scale setting (for example, 150%) may result in overlapping SFC elements.

Direct Add-on-Profile-to-Device Communication Could Result in Time Out Errors or Communication Routing to the Wrong Device (1927272)

Direct Add-on-Profile-to-device communication could result in time out errors or routing the communication to the wrong device in circumstances where all of the following conditions are met:

This applies to configuration data that goes through unconnected communication to the target I/O device (for instance, uploading/downloading device parameters).

This does not apply to I/O data.

This does not apply to commands from the controller (for instance, inhibiting/uninhibiting a device).

Please see technote BF28941 for additional details.

This anomaly first identified in version 20.00.

  

Removed KNOptimassMfc400 profile (2106380)

The KN profile no longer has a license in the Logix Designer application.

This anomaly first identified in version 32.02.

  

Motion Coordinated Linear Move (MCLM) Instruction Show ??'s for V_X, V_Y, V_Z Axes Positions (2069950)

In the Motion Coordinated Linear Move (MCLM) instruction, if the Position operand is defined with an array tag and the array pointer is set at element 1 or greater, axes V_X, V_Y, V_Z appear as question marks “??” instead of their respective positions.

This anomaly only occurs with direct array references. This will not occur with indirect addressing of the array tag.

This is a display anomaly that does not affect the instruction’s functionality.

This anomaly corrected in version 36.00.

This anomaly first identified in version 33.00.

Module Info B tab empty (1815893)

An anomaly in the AOP core (v26.32.51.0) installed with v34.00 Studio5000 Logix Designer prevents redundant 1715-AENTR and 1715 IO modules Module Info B tab from displaying information while online. 

Consider these work arounds:

This anomaly first identified in version 20.05.

Studio 5000 Logix Designer Ladder Diagram routines may stop execution after download (2047296)

Studio 5000 Logix Designer ladder diagram routines may stop execution after download to ControlLogix 5580, GuardLogix 5580, CompactLogix 5380, 5480 and Compact GuardLogix 5380 controllers. See Product Notice ID: PN1620 for the specific sequence of events to experience this anomaly.

This anomaly first identified in version 31.00.

Fatal Error 0x80042001 when creating an Add-On Defined output parameter in a routine (1731323)

Fatal error 0x80042001 could occur when creating a new control tag for an Add-On Instruction (AOI) and setting the control tag as an output program parameter.

This fatal error will occur when the tag is created directly from the instruction within the routine. 

This fatal error will not occur if the tag is created from the tag data tables.  

Reference technote BF29394 for additional information.

This anomaly first identified in version 31.00.

Upload error: Logic reconstruction data may be corrupted (2180963)

Converting a file to a newer revision that includes structured text application code in a routine or Add-On Instruction with #Region defining the beginning of a collapsible outline segment but omitting the #EndRegion defining the ending results in the verified and downloaded file generating the error Logic reconstruction data may be corrupted during upload.

Issues within the application code can be identified by:

  1. Exporting the file as L5K or L5X.
  2. Importing the file.
  3. Building the file after the import identifies the missing #EndRegion instances with errors.

This anomaly first identified in version 33.00.

This anomaly corrected in version 36.00.

SSV attribute must be uploaded (1721849)

When working with the Get System Value (GSV) and Set System Value (SSV) instructions in standard and safety tasks, the SSV attributes must be uploaded to be saved to the project.

This anomaly first identified in v32.00.

  

Functional Changes

This release has the following functional changes from the previous release.

Functional changes for Studio 5000 Logix Designer, version 33.01.00

Logix Designer version 33.01 has these changes in functionality since the last release.

Features not supported with redundancy

These features are not supported after redundancy is enabled:

For additional information about redundancy restrictions and functionality, refer to these user manuals:

Invalid LEN member of a string now generates a minor fault

In Logix Designer releases v32.00 and earlier, string comparison instructions (EQU, for example) do not reflect an error in rung condition output when the LEN member of a string is invalid (larger than the number of characters the buffer can hold). In v33.00, the instruction generates a minor fault and sets the rung to false. After you update to v33.00 software and firmware, projects that contain an invalid string error behave differently: rungs that were true now become false.

Test conversion of project containing locked routines or Add-On Instructions

Rockwell Automation recommends testing conversion of projects that contain locked routines or locked Add-On Instructions before distribution. Some projects require unlocking of routines and Add-On Instructions before the project can successfully convert to this version of the Logix Designer application. (Lgx00221920)

AutoTune in Full and Profession editions of the Logix Designer application

Starting with version 33.00, the AutoTune license is removed from Full and Professional editions of the Logix Designer application. AutoTune is available as an Add-On to all editions.

Communications software

Starting with Logix Designer application version 33.00, the default communication software is FactoryTalk Linx. If another version of the Logix Designer application has not been installed on the machine, then FactoryTalk Linx is the default communication software. If a previous version of the Logix Designer software was installed on the machine, then the previously chosen communication software will be used. FactoryTalk Linx communication software must be used to support CIP Security communication with controllers. To change the communication software:

  1. Open Logix Designer.
  1. Close any open projects.
  2. Select Communications > Select Communication Software.
  3. In Select Communication Software, choose FactoryTalk Linx, then select OK.
  4. A verification message appears with information about some controllers not being supported by FactoryTalk Linx. Select OK.
Large Connection for Upload not used with motion

When you upload through FactoryTalk Linx, if the project uses motion, a large connection size (4,000 bytes) is not used to reduce motion jitter.

Import/Export

The Import/Export version number for this version of Logix Designer application is 2.24. The table lists the Import/Export versions for previous releases.

Release Version
Import/Export Version
33.00, 33.00.02, 33.01
2.24
32.xx
2.23
31.xx
2.22
30.xx
2.21
29.xx
2.20
28.xx
2.19
27.xx
2.18
26.xx
2.17
24.xx
2.15
23.xx
2.14
21.xx
2.12
20.xx
2.11
19.xx
2.10
18.xx
2.09
17.xx
2.08
16.xx
2.07
15.xx
2.06
14.xx
2.05
13.xx
2.04
12.xx
2.03
11.xx
2.02
10.xx
2.01
9.00
2.00
5.02
1.02
2.xx, 6.xx, 7.xx, 8.xx
1.01
1.21, 1.23
1.00
1.10, 1.11
0.04

Application Notes

This release has the following application notes.

Application notes for Studio 5000 Logix Designer, version 33.01.00

These are the application notes for Logix Designer version 33.01.

Rung comments lost when going online with a controller

When going online with the controller with the Download Project Documentation and Extended Properties option cleared, online edits did not save after making online edits to Ladder Logic routines, saving and copying the project, going offline, and then going online with the copied project. (Lgx00230263, Lgx00230366, Lgx00230369, Product Safety Advisory 2017-10-002)

Security Requirements

To help meet secure system design requirements, review these publications:


To learn about implementing CIP Security, see CIP Security with Rockwell Automation Products (publication SECURE-AT001).

Supported Logix Controllers

While the programming software continues to extend its functionality with each new release, the physical controllers that it supports will vary. New controllers are added, and in some cases, support for existing controllers may be removed. While a specific controller may not be supported by the current release, the side-by-side installation of multiple versions of the software will, in most cases, provide a means to support the older hardware. If migrating from one controller to another, a project created for one controller can be easily converted to another controller using the Controller Properties configuration dialog box within the software.

If opening a project that is configured for a controller that is no longer supported and the older version of software is not installed, the software will provide an appropriate warning and will automatically provide the option to convert the project to one of the controllers supported by the release.

The table provides a breakdown of the various Logix 5000 controllers and the initial or minimum version of Logix Designer application that is required to support the controller.

 Controller Catalog Number
Minimum Major Software Version
ControlLogix 1756-L71 Series B
20.00
ControlLogix 1756-L71S Series B
20.01
ControlLogix 1756-L72 Series A
19.00
ControlLogix 1756-L72 Series B
20.00
GuardLogix 1756-L72S Series B
20.00
ControlLogix 1756-L73 Series A
18.00
ControlLogix 1756-L73 Series B
20.00
ControlLogix 1756-L73XT Series B
20.00
GuardLogix 1756-L73S Series B
20.00
GuardLogix 1756-L73SXT Series B
20.00
GuardLogix 1756-L81ES Series A
31.00
GuardLogix 1756-L82ES Series A
31.00
GuardLogix 1756-L83ES Series A
31.00
GuardLogix 1756-L84ES Series A
31.00
GuardLogix 1756-L8SP Series A
31.00
ControlLogix 1756-L74 Series A
19.00
ControlLogix 1756-L74 Series B
20.00
ControlLogix 1756-L75 Series A
18.00
ControlLogix 1756-L75 Series B
20.00
ControlLogix 1756-L81E Series B
29.00
ControlLogix 1756-L82E Series B
29.00
ControlLogix 1756-L83E Series B
28.00
ControlLogix 1756-L84E Series B
29.00
ControlLogix 1756-L85E Series B
28.00
CompactLogix 1769-L16ER-BB1B Series A
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L16ER-BB1B Series B
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L18ER-BB1B Series A
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L18ER-BB1B Series B
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L18ERM-BB1B Series A
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L18ERM-BB1B Series B
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L19ER-BB1B
28.00
CompactLogix 1769-L24ER-QB1B
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L24ER-QBFC1B
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L27ERM-QBFC1B
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L30ER
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L30ER-NSE
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L30ERM
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L33ER
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L33ERM
20.00
CompactLogix 1769-L37ERM
31.00
CompactLogix 1769-L38ERM
31.00
CompactLogix GuardLogix 1769-L30ERMS
28.00
CompactLogix GuardLogix 1769-L33ERMS
28.00
CompactLogix GuardLogix 1769-L36ERMS
28.00
CompactLogix GuardLogix 1769-L37ERMS
31.00
CompactLogix GuardLogix 1769-L38ERMS
31.00
CompactLogix 1769-L36ERM
20.00
CompactLogix 5069-L306ER
29.00
CompactLogix 5069-L306ERM
29.00
CompactLogix 5069-L310ER
29.00
CompactLogix 5069-L310ERM
29.00
CompactLogix 5069-L310ERM-NSE
29.00
CompactLogix 5069-L3100ERM
30.00
CompactLogix 5069-L320ER
28.00
CompactLogix 5069-L320ERM
29.00
CompactLogix 5069-L330ER
29.00
CompactLogix 5069-L330ERM
29.00
CompactLogix 5069-L340ER
29.00
CompactLogix 5069-L340ERM
28.00
CompactLogix 5069-L350ERM
30.00
CompactLogix 5069-L37ERMO
30.00
CompactLogix 5069-L380ERM
30.00
CompactLogix 5069-L46ERMW
30.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L306ERMS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L310ERMS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L320ERMS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L330ERMS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L340ERMS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L350ERMS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L360ERMS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L380ERMS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L3100ERMS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L306ERS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L310ERS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L320ERS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L330ERS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L340ERS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L350ERS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L380ERS2
31.00
Compact GuardLogix 5069-L3100ERS2
31.00

Launching with Ctrl + Shift does not reset Controller Organizer

One method to restore or reset Workstation Options is to hold Ctrl + Shift, launch the Logix Designer application, and continue to hold Ctrl + Shift until the application is fully launched.

However, when this restore method is used and the Windows User Account Control (UAC) setting is set at a level higher than Never notify, a UAC dialog box sometimes appears containing the following message:

Do you want to allow this app to make changes to your device?

Clicking Yes on the dialog box while continuing to hold Ctrl + Shift, the Workstation Options are not reset.

To reset Workstation Options, use one of these workarounds:

FactoryTalk Linx compatibility

Some device properties, online functions, communication drivers, and FactoryTalk Security authentication with Studio 5000 Logix Designer are not supported with FactoryTalk Linx. Use the following table as a guide for the recommended communication software to use with select modules.

Product
Communication software
ArmorStart Ethernet (28xe)
RSLinx Classic
ArmorStart LT (29xe)
RSLinx Classic
Drives Profiles
  • PowerFlex Drives
  • 1305
  • 1336
  • FactoryTalk Linx
  • RSLinx Classic
  • RSLinx Classic
GuardMaster and GuardLink (440C-CR30-22BBB)
  • RSLinx Classic (v3.0100 and earlier)
  • FactoryTalk Linx (v3.02.00 and later)
HIPROM
  • 1788-EN2PAR
  • 1788-CN2PAR
  • 1788-EN2FFR
  • 1788-CN2FFR
  • RSLinx Classic
  • RSLinx Classic
  • RSLinx Classic
  • RSLinx Classic
IO-Link Block (1732E-8IOLM12R IO Link)
FactoryTalk Linx
IO-Link Point (1734-4IOL)
FactoryTalk Linx
Default font type and size for Structured Text Editor

Starting with version 31.00 of Logix Designer application, the default font type size for the Structured Text Editor changed from Courier New size 8 to Consolas size 10. Since the Sequential Function Chart (SFC) Action uses structured text to execute assignments and instructions, this change makes the SFC Action larger causing the overlap of the SFC elements in projects converted from version 30.00 and earlier to version 31.00 and later. 

To get the same SFC layout as in v30.00 and earlier:

Select Tools > Options.
In the Workstation Option, select Structured Text Editor > Font/Color.
In Font, choose Courier New.
In Size, choose 10

Converting a project with Function Block Diagram text boxes from version 11.00 of the RSLogix 5000 software to version 21.00 and later

To convert a project with a Function Block Diagram routine with text boxes from version 11.00 of RSLogix 5000 software to version 21.00 and later, use one of these steps:

Resize multiple large routines using Fit to Width command

The Logix Designer application may exceed memory when multiple large routines are opened and resized to fit the full window using the View>Zoom>Fit to Window command. To work around this issue, use the View>Zoom>Fit to Width command to set the zoom of the selected routines so that the entire width of the routine fits within the routine windows. 

Trend server sometimes fails for multiple versions of the Logix Designer application

When versions 30.00 and 31.00 of the Logix Designer application are both installed on the same computer, and trending has never been run in the version 31.00.00 Logix Designer application, trending fails to run in the version 30.00 Logix Designer application. RSLinx Classic is the default communication software for Trend Server, which causes this behavior. After switching between FactoryTalk Linx and RSLinx Classic, the trend will not work for version 30.00. (Lgx00203589)

Add-On Instruction module references

Starting with version 24.00 of the Logix Designer application, modules can be accessed via module references. Because of this, program-scoped tags with the same names as modules ignore those modules in terms of logic references. For version 24.00.00 and later, when attempting to access modules via module reference from within the Logix Designer application, a warning message opens. If converting from a version earlier than version 24.00, the application returns a verification error.

Uninstalling the CodeMeter® kit causes Logix Designer uninstall to fail

If uninstalling the CodeMeter kit, which is installed with the FactoryTalk® Activation Manager, the Logix Designer application fails to uninstall. To restore the CodeMeter kit, uninstall the FactoryTalk Activation Manager and then reinstall it.

SequenceManager not available on Compact GuardLogix 5380, CompactLogix 5380, CompactLogix 5480, ControlLogix 5580, and GuardLogix 5580 controllers

The SequenceManager feature is not available for Compact GuardLogix 5380, CompactLogix 5380, CompactLogix 5480, ControlLogix 5580, and GuardLogix 5580 controllers in this release of the Logix Designer application.

Non-alphanumeric characters in a STRING need an escape carriage

When editing existing standard STRINGs or entering a new STRING, if there is a non-alphanumeric character in the STRING, such as a space, period or apostrophe, add an escape carriage.

Microsoft® .NET Framework 4.6 may cause failure in earlier versions of the Logix Designer application

For installations of version 32.00 of Logix Designer, Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 is installed automatically. However, .NET Framework 4.6 can cause these issues:

Follow one of these steps to work around the issue:
Signatures break for Add-On Instructions from earlier releases

When using version 29.00 or later to open a project from a release earlier than version 29.00, the signature breaks for any Add-On Instruction included in the project. In the same way, when importing an Add-On Instruction from a project created in a release earlier than version 29.00, the signature breaks for that Add-On Instruction. Un-seal and then re-seal each Add-On Instruction to get a new signature.

Kinetix® Encoder Emulator RPI must match the Motion Task update rate

The Requested Packet Interval (RPI) setting for the Kinetix Encoder Emulator must match the Motion Group Base Update period. If the RPI setting and the Motion Group Base Update period do not match, output can fail from the Encoder Emulator.

Large font size cuts off Network Settings and DHCP labels

When the font size in Windows 7 is set to 125%, the labels in the Network Settings and DHCP properties of BOOTP-DHCP Server application are cut off, making them unreadable. They are also dislocated, where they do not match with the proper input fields.

Drive safety instructions Boolean members

Some Boolean members of the AxisSafetyFaults attribute were renamed and some were added to support the drive safety instructions. If a member of the AxisSafetyFaults is used in logic, the logic will not compile until the old axis Boolean attribute is replaced with the new name.

Versions 18.00 and later require updates to Custom Motion Database

When using a Custom RSLogix 5000 Motion Database in RSLogix 5000 software versions 12.00 through 17.00, update the motion database to work with versions 18.00 or later. The following table lists the motion database revisions that are used with these application versions.

Version of Application
Motion Database Revision
33.01.00
14.31.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
33.00, 33.00.02
14.24.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
32.00 / 32.01 / 32.02 / 32.03 / 32.04
13.04.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
31.00/ 31.02
12.02.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
30.00
11.06.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
29.00
11.05.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
28.00
10.05.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
27.00
10.03.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
26.01
10.03.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
24.00
9.24.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
23.00
9.22.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
21.03
9.15.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
21.00
9.08.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
20.01
8.12.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
20.00
8.09.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
19.01 / 19.00
7.05.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
18.02 / 18.01 / 18.00
6.09.00 [ Motion.mdb format ]
17.01/ 17.00
5.03.00 [ *Motion.md format ]
16.04 / 16.03 / 16.00
4.02.00 [ *Motion.md format ]
15.03 / 15.02/ 15.01 / 15.00
3.24.00 [ *Motion.md format ]
14.01 / 14.00
3.12.00 [ *Motion.md format ]
13.04 / 13.03/ 13.02 / 13.01 / 13.00
3.12.00 [ *Motion.md format ]
12.06 / 12.05 / 12.04 / 12.03 / 12.02 / 12.01 / 12.00
3.03.00 [ *Motion.md format ]

* Before a Custom Motor can be used in version 18.00 or later, any Custom Motor currently in a motion database file at revision 5.00 or earlier (Motion.db format) must be converted to the newer Motion.mdb format.

To initiate the process of getting the database updated, please email the request to raeptechsupport@ra.rockwell.com. Please include any prior tech support case number if the current database includes non-Rockwell motors.

Locked routines from earlier releases must be unlocked and re-locked before download

When using version 32.00 to open a project from a release earlier than version 32.00, any routines that are locked in the project will not download to a controller. Before downloading the project, open the project in version 32.00, unlock the routines, and then re-lock them. Download the project with the re-locked routines to the controller.

MSXML 4.0

This version of Studio 5000 Logix Designer application does not install or use MSXML 4.0. MSXML 4.0 has security risks associated with it and is no longer supported by Microsoft. For more information about MSXML and its availability, see the MSXML Roadmap. When installing products or components made by other vendors that use MSXML 4.0, contact the vendor for questions about the security risk associated with MSXML 4.0.

Unattended or silent install

Use command-line parameters to perform an unattended or silent installation of the software.

Installation Command-line parameters

The following table identifies the installation command-line parameters. Command-line parameters are case-insensitive. However, if a specified value includes a space, be sure to enclose the value in quotation marks (for example, "value with spaces").

Parameter
Description
/?
Displays the usage options for installation parameters.
/Q
Silent Install, install runs in a quiet mode without any user interface.
This parameter is recommended when deploying the software installation using an IT tool or script, and don’t expect any error or restart messages. When using this parameter, check the error codes, and respond as needed. For example, if the installation returns error code 1641, then the IT tool or script should restart the computer and relaunch the installation after restart.
This parameter is required if /QS is not specified.
/QS
Unattended Install, install runs in a quiet simple mode and shows progress through the UI, it does not accept any input but still shows error or restart messages.
When using this parameter, the installation will stop and display a prompt if there are error or restart messages. For example, if an immediate restart is required to complete the install, a restart message will be displayed to confirm the restart. Installation resumes automatically from the point of interruption after restart.
This parameter is required if /Q is not specified.
/IAcceptAllLicenseTerms
Acknowledges acceptance of the license terms.
This parameter is required for /Q or /QS parameters.
/AutoRestart
Automatically restarts the computer after the installation is complete. Used when a restart is required to complete the installation.
This parameter is optional. If this parameter is not used silent install (/Q) will return either error code 1641 or 3010 if a restart is required, and unattended install (/QS) will result in a confirmation prompt that must be agreed to before the installation is completed.
/Record
Records the installation options chosen to a recording file.
This parameter is optional.
/Playback
Plays back a recording file to specify the installation options.
This parameter is optional.
/Repair
Runs a repair operation on the installed products.
This parameter is optional.
/Uninstall
Uninstalls the product.
The Logix Designer application does not support the /Uninstall option.
/SetupLanguage="value"
Specifies which language will be displayed during install process.
The value must be the one of the following:
  • ENU
  • CHS
  • DEU
  • ESP
  • FRA
  • ITA
  • JPN
  • KOR
  • PTB
This parameter is optional. If this parameter is not used, the default language is the current user or operating system user interface language.
/Product="value"
Specifies which sub-products will be installed.
Only required if sub-products are included with the install package.
If the software does not include sub-products this parameter is not available.
/ProductLanguage="value"
Specifies the language version of the software being installed.
The value must be the one of the following:
  • ENU
  • CHS
  • DEU
  • ESP
  • FRA
  • ITA
  • JPN
  • KOR
  • PTB
This parameter is optional. If this parameter is not used, the default language is the same as the setup language.
If the software does not support multiple languages this parameter is not available.
/InstallLocation="value"
Or
/InstallDrive="value"
Specifies the install location or install drive respectively.
This parameter is optional. If this parameter is not used, the default install location is "C:\Program Files (x86)\Rockwell Software".
Some software restricts the installer to only change the drive the software is installed on. Use /? to determine which parameter is supported.
/IgnoreWarning
Specifies that the setup ignores warnings and continues.
This parameter is optional. If it is not specified, the setup exits when a warning occurs.
/SerialNumber="value"
Specifies the serial number of the software being installed. This is used to activate the software during installation.
This parameter is optional. If it is not specified the software must be activated manually after installation if activation is required.
Some software does not require activation. If activation is not required this parameter is not available.
/ProductKey="value"
Specifies the product key used to get activation keys during installation.
This parameter is optional. If it is not specified the software must be activated manually after installation if activation is required.
Some software does not require activation. If activation is not required this parameter is not available.
/Version="value"
Specifies the version of the software to activate which corresponds to the product version associated with the SerialNumber and ProductKey.
This parameter is optional. If it is not specified the installer will use the most recent product version available.
Some software does not require activation. If activation is not required this parameter is not available.
Examples

The following examples show how to use the installation commands.

Setup.exe /Q /IAcceptAllLicenseTerms
Setup.exe /QS /IAcceptAllLicenseTerms /AutoRestart /SetupLanguage=CHS /InstallDrive=D:
Error codes

The following table identifies the error codes that can be returned by an installation.

Error Code
Value
Description
ERROR_SUCCESS
0
The installation completed successfully.
ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER
87
One of the parameters was invalid.
ERROR_INSTALL_USEREXIT
1602
The installation was cancelled by the user.
ERROR_INSTALL_FAILURE
1603
A fatal error occurred during installation.
ERROR_BAD_CONFIGURATION
1610
The configuration data for this product is corrupt. Contact your support personnel.
ERROR_REBOOT_CONTINUE
1641
A reboot is required to continue to installation.
ERROR_SUCCESS_REBOOT_REQUIRED
3010
A restart is required to complete the installation. After restart the product is successfully installed.
ERROR_REBOOT_PENDING
3012
A restart is pending and is required before the installation can continue.
ERROR_SUCCESS_NOT_APPLICABLE
3013
The installation cannot proceed because the products are already installed.
 
  
 
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The Module Info tab within Module Properties will not return module information when utilizing FactoryTalk Linx

Viewing the Module Info tab of any device in the I/O configuration results in the following error:

Internal direct communications error. Call Technical Support.

This error will occur even when the module is connected and successfully communicating with the controller. The error will only occur when utilizing FactoryTalk Linx as the communication software package for Logix Designer.

This is not an anomaly in Logix Designer.

This anomaly in FactoryTalk Linx was addressed in a Patch Update for FactoryTalk Linx. See technote BF28781 for additional details.

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