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  DriveExecutive ™ SOFTWARE SET UP ANDREFERENCE CARD 123910121314188 1517167654   11 MENUS AND COMMANDS DriveExecutiveINTERFACE DriveExecutive contains the following menus and commands: With commands in the File menu, you can perform these tasks: ãCreate a new drive node file offlineãOpen an existing drive node file, Drive Manager 32 v2.50 file, or DriveExplorer v2+ fileãSave an offline file or online drive configuration ãUpload/download a group of drives (in same folder)ãPrint node dataãOpen a recent file or re-connect to a recent connectionãSave an online shortcut*ãUse recent files or connections With commands in the Edit menu, you can perform these tasks: ãUndo/redo parameter and link editsãParameter Find* With commands in the View menu, you can perform these tasks: ãTurn the toolbar and status bar on and offãCustomize the view options to user preferences With commands in the Drive menu, you can perform these tasks: ãConnect to a driveãCreate a new databaseãConnect to the last connected driveãUpload/download parameter values and link settings from/to drivesãRefresh online connections to detect the addition/removal of peripherals.ãView and clear fault and alarm conditionsãWork with non-volatile memory options in a product ãWork with custom groupsãView drive properties or a drive’s web pageãProgram datalinks* ãView diagnostic items With commands in the Peripheral menu, you can perform these tasks: ãAdd/delete a peripheral to/from a fileãUpload/download parameter values and link settings from/to peripheralãWork with custom groupsãView peripheral propertiesãView diagnostic items ãDisplay events With commands in the Tools menu, you can perform these tasks: ãChange the device configuration of an offline node fileãParameter and link comparison tool*ãLaunch WizardsãLaunch DriveObserver (if available) With commands in the Window menu, you can perform these tasks: ãOpen a new drive node windowãArrange drive node windowsãSwitch between open drive node window With commands in the Help menu, you can perform these tasks: ãDisplay the DriveExecutive online helpãConnect to DriveTools SP’s Internet siteãDisplay version and component information about DriveExecutiveãView device help files * Feature not available in DriveExecutive Lite Important: Click a plussign to expand abranch. Click a minussign to close a branch.   NumberNameDescription1Menus Contains the commands that you use to perform tasks. For example, you can select File > Save to save parameter data to a file. 2Tool Bar The tool bar contains shortcuts to several commonly used commands. 3Drive Node Window Contains information about the drive node that you are connected to or the file that you have opened offline.4Title BarContains the path of a connection from the PC to an online drive or the filename for an offline drive.5Drive StatusDisplays the most significant information in the drive status word. The entire word can be displayed by clicking on this dropdown box.6Communication StatusThis animated display informs you that the PC is communicating with a drive. Displayed parameters are updated only when their respective values have changed.7Drive ProtocolDisplays the protocol of the drive that you are connected to (SCANport  ™ or DPI ™ ). 8Device Pane Contains information abut the active drive node. Important: A plus sign indicates that there are additional items under the item. Click the plus sign to view those items.9NodeDisplays the network node number of the drive.10DriveThe product port number and name.11DiagramsFirmware illustrations that combine block diagram layout with parameters and contacts that update online. (Full version only).12Linear ListA linear list of parameters (1, 2, 3…).13Files and GroupsLogically ordered collections of the parameters. Important: Not all products group their parameters.14PeripheralsPort numbers and names of connected communication adapters and PowerFlex ™ LCD HIMs. 15Table View Displays the information for the selected node, port, linear list, file, group, or diagram.16Parameter DisplayDisplays the parameters that are in the linear list or group. The user can customize this display to turn columns on and off, re-order columns, and changecolor schemes.17View SelectionWhen multiple views are available, select a different tab to change the view. 18Status Bar The status bar provides brief descriptions and contains the parameter color descriptions for the parameter display. Publication 9303-QR001B-EN-P — October 2005Copyright © 2005 Rockwell Automation. All Rights Reserved.Printed in U.S.A.PN DTE.02ENE05 6400 W. Enterprise DriveMequon, WI 53092  VERSION 4.01  SOFTWARE INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS To install software, you will need a Pentium 100MHz processor with at least 32 MB of RAM, 90 MB of available hard disk space (more hard diskspace may be required for specific application features), a 16-color, SVGA display with 800 by 600 or greater resolution, and a mouse or otherWindows-compatible pointing device. This version will not run on Alpha, MIPS, or Power PC processors.Microsoft  ™ Internet Explorer ™ version 6.0 (included on CD) or later and a compatible version of RSLinx Lite (included on CD) must be installed onyour PC prior to installing DriveTools SP, DriveExecutive, or DriveExecutive Lite. Supported environments: Operating SystemDriveExecutive/DriveExecutive LiteDriveTools SPWindows NT Version 4.0 (Service Pack 6 or later)YesYesWindows 2000 (Service Pack 2 or later)YesYesWindows XP Professional/Home (Service Pack 1 or later)YesYes Installation Procedure Note: It is strongly recommended that you quit all Windows programs before running the Setup. 1.If you have DriveExecutive V2.02 or earlier installed on your PC:a.Open the Windows Control Panel.b.Double-click on Add/Remove Programs.c.Select DriveTools 2000 and then click Add/Remove. Respond to the prompts to remove it.2.If you have a version of RSLinx earlier than 2.41 installed on your PC:a.In Windows, select Start > Programs > Rockwell Software > RSLinx > Backup Restore Utility.b.At the RSLinx Backup/Restore dialog, click Backup. Then, give the file a name and location that you willremember. Click Save.c.Click OK when you are told that the operation completed successfully. Click Close to close the RSLinx Backup/Restore dialog.d.Open the Windows Control Panel.e.Double-click on Add/Remove Programs.f.Select RSLinx and then click Add/Remove. Respond to the prompts to remove it 3.If you removed an application in step 1 or 2, restart your PC.4.If you are using Windows NT 4.0 and the service pack is less than 6, you must first install service pack 6 before proceeding. For your convenience, NT4 SP6 Low Encryption has been included on the installation CD for your convenience (…\NT4SP6\I386\UPDATE\UPDATE.EXE). For other versions, visit www.microsoft.com. After installing the service pack, restart your PC.5.Insert the DriveExecutive installation CD into the CD-ROM drive. The installation application should open automatically if autorun is enabled on your PC. If the installation application does not open automatically, run …\DriveExecutive\setup.exe or …\DriveTools\setup.exe on your CD.6.Follow the instructions in the Setup Wizard and respond to the prompts. The serial number for DriveExecutive or DriveTools SP is provided in the packaging. For DriveExecutive Lite, use your RSLogix 5000 or RSNetworx MD serial number.7.Restart your PC 8.If you do not already have Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6 or later installed on your PC, run …\IE60\IE6setup.exe on your CD. (Internet Explorer is required to use help and other features of the software.) Follow the instructions in the Setup Wizard and respond to prompts. 9.If you do not have RSLinx V2.41 or later previously installed, run …\ RSLinx_2.41\Setup.exe. Follow the instructions in the Setup Wizard and respond to the prompts. When installing RSLinx Lite, be sure to:ãSelect Setup Type = “Custom Location Selection and/or Custom Feature Selection”ãUnder “Electronic Data Sheets,” turn on installation for “Drives Communication Modules” and for any of the supported devices that you will be using (i.e. 1305, 1336 PLUS II, 1336 IMPACT).10. Setup RSLinx communication drivers for each type of communications that you plan to use (see instructions on the opposite page) or if you saved previous RSLinx driver settings to a file in step 2, do the following:a.In Windows, select Start > Programs > Rockwell Software > RSLinx > Backup Restore Utility.b.At the RSLinx Backup/Restore dialog, click Restore.c.Select the backup file saved in step 2 above and click Open.d.Click OK when you are told that the operation completed successfully. Click Close to close the RSLinx Backup/Restore dialog.11.Launch DriveExecutive and/or DriveObserver. SETTING UP RSLINX COMMUNICATION DRIVERS Note: You typically need to only setup RSLinx drivers before running DriveExecutive or DriveObserver the first time. After RSLinx communication is setup, you will only need to launch RSLinx to make driver additions, edits, and deletions to reflect changing communication needs. 1.In the Windows Start menu, select Programs > Rockwell Software > RSLinx > RSLinx to launch RSLinx.2.In the RSLinx program menus, select Communications > Configure Drivers to open the Configure Drivers dialog box. (The Configure Drivers dialog box, provides a list of previously configured drivers and their status.) Note: For directions on adding, editing, and deleting RSLinx drivers, click the  Help  button. 3. Adding a Serial Driver for Connecting to a 1203-SSS Adapter or 160-RSI Adapter A.From the Configure Drivers dialog box, select the RS-232 DF1 devices driver from the Available Drivers list.B.Click Add New . The configuration dialog box for that driver appears.C.Enter the following parameters in the configuration dialog box:Comm Port: Comm port on your PCDevice: 1770-KF2/1785-KE/SCANport Baud Rate: Baud Rate of the AdapterStation Number: 00Parity: NoneError Checking: BCCStop Bits: 1Protocol: Full DuplexD.Click OK to close the dialog box. Drivers for Other Communications If your PC is connected to:Driver: 1770-KF2, -KFCRS-232 DF1 devices1784-KT, -KTX, -KTXD, -PCMK1784-KT/KTX(D)/PKTX(D)/PCMK for DH+/DH-485 devices1784-KTC, -KTCX1784-KTC(X) for ControlNet  ™ devices1784-PCD, -PCIDS, 1770-KFDDeviceNet  ™ Drivers (1784-PCD/PCIDS, 1770-KFD, SDNPT drivers)A TCP/IP Ethernet cardEthernet devicesEthernet (TCP/IP) to RSLinx or Remote Devices via Linx GatewayControlLogix Gateways Note: For detailed instruction on how to configure drivers for other communications (listed above) click the Help  button in the RSLinx Configure Drivers dialog. Additional information / updates are available at www.ab.com/drives/drivetools  ControlNet is a trademark of ControlNet International Ltd. DeviceNet is a trademark of the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association. DPI, DriveExecutive, DriveTools, PowerFlex, and SCANport aretrademarks of Rockwell Automation. RSLinx is a trademark of Rockwell Software. Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Windows, and Windows NT are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.  DriveObserver ™ SOFTWARE REFERENCE CARD 12389776   54 MENUS AND COMMANDS DriveObserverINTERFACE DriveObserver contains the following menus and commands: With commands in the File menu, you can perform these tasks:  ãCreate a new chart ãOpen an existing chart to view data or to use its configuration for collection new dataãSave a chart, save chart data to a *.csv file With commands in the View menu, you can perform these tasks:  ãZoom In/Out on the time scaleãOverlap or isolate Y-axis scalingãUse the time and value barsãTurn the toolbar and status bar on and offãCustomize the view options to user preferences With commands in the Chart menu, you can perform these tasks:  ãAdd and remove traces (also add non-recorded traces such as gains for easy edits)ãEdit trace formatting (line type, markers, color)ãStart and stop real-time data collectionãView and edit Sample Rate and Chart Properties With commands in the Window menu, you can perform these tasks:  ãOpen a new windowãArrange windowsãSwitch between open windows With commands in the Help menu, you can perform these tasks:  ãDisplay the DriveObserver online helpãConnect to DriveTools SP’s Internet siteãDisplay version and component information about DriveObserverãView device help files Important: Click a plus sign to expand a branch. Click a minus sign to close a branch. Note: Software installation instructions can be found in the DriveExecutive Software and Reference Card.   NumberNameDescription1Menus Contains the commands that you use to perform tasks. For example, you can select File>New to create a new chart. 2Tool Bar The tool bar contains shortcuts to several commonly used commands. 3Chart Window Displays information about the traces you are monitoring and the real-time data that has been collected.4ChartThe chart is where you will view a graphical display of the collected data.5Y-AxisThe trace scaling information.6X-AxisThe time axis.7TraceA parameter for which you are collecting data.8Table ViewDisplays information about the traces that you are monitoring with in-place editing of min/max while running. Also provides node status (running,faulted, not communicating, etc.) 9Status Bar The status bar provides brief descriptions.PN DTS.01ENE03 6400 W. Enterprise DriveMequon, WI 53092  VERSION 4.01
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