SCA is short for “Safety Code Analysis”. In order to be able to use ST (Structured Text), FBD (Function Block Diagrams) and LD (Ladder Diagrams) for safety programming in CODESYS 2.3, you have to follow certain coding guidelines. SCA can read your CODESYS project and check it against those guidelines, flagging any problems.
Installation instruction TK503/ TK504 USB driver (Windows Vista/ 7/ 10)
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Step-by-step installation instruction for USB driver installation and virtual COM port configuration for AC500 programming cables TK503 and TK504. Platform: Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 10.
This application note for AC500-S Safety PLC describes how S500 unbundled safety I/Os DX581-S (-XC) and DI581-S (-XC) with CI502-PNIO (-XC) PROFINET IO device can be used with PROFINET IO controllers / PROFIsafe F-Hosts.
Application note - Usage of DX581-S safety digital outputs with up to 2 A (24 V DC) electrical loads
This application note describes how to use ABB DX581-S safety I/O module with electrical loads of up to 2 A (24 V DC), for example, power contactors. Such DX581-S usage extends existing AC500-S safety PLC system functionality and allows increasing the output current supplied to electrical loads from 0.5 A (24 V DC) to 2 A (24 V DC).
This application note describes how to connect ABB DX581-S safety I/O module to the ABB BSR23 safety relay for potential-free switching of 6 A/5 A (+24 V DC / 250 V AC) electrical loads, such as safety solenoid valves. This extends existing AC500-S safety PLC system with the safety relay functionality for up to PL e and SIL 3 safety functions.
Modification instructions for TA514-SAFETY with V3 CPU
This document describes modification steps to be performed on TA514-SAFETY training case (AC500-S safety PLC) to use it with AC500 V3 non-safety CPU (e.g., PM5630-2ETH) instead of AC500 V2 non-safety CPU (e.g., PM573-ETH).