To program standalone drives you will use DSE Lite. This can be downloaded from the link below:
If you are programming a 590, 590+, 650, 650V, 650G or 690+ you will need a CM351909 programming cable which can be purchased through your local distributor. You can also purchase part number DSELITE which will include the programming cable CM351909. It is important to note that the CM351909 programming cable will terminal to a serial port so if your computer/laptop does not have a serial port you will need a USB-to-Serial adaptor. We recommend FTDI chip based adapters or the serial adapter linked below.
ATEN (model UC232A), IOGEAR (model GUC232A), SEWELL (model SW-1301)
If you are programming an AC890 drive you will need a Mini-USB cable, part number CM471050 which can be purchased through a local distributor.
If you are programming an AC30 drive you will need a standard Cat5 ethernet cable.
If you are programming an AC10 drive you will need a USB-RS485 Serial converter, a recommended brand is located below.
- US Converters USB – RS485 Converter Part Number XS885
To program a LINK system you will need to use the DSD software. This software can be purchased through a local distributor using either part number DSD-DEV or DSD-RUN. DSD-RUN is just the runtime version of the software which will allow you to upload and download programs onto LINK Techboxes, LINK Racks, etc. DSD_DEV will give you all the functionality of DSD-RUN plus the ability to program the projects.
LINKNET and AC890 Drive in a Firewire Network
To program LINKnet techboxes and 890 drives networked together via Firewire you will need to use DSE (also know as DSE890) software. This can be purchased through a local distributor using either part number 8906/DSEDEV/00 or 8906/DSERUN/00. The difference between the development version and the runtime version is the same as the DSD Software.
To program the TS8000 HMIs you will need to download either DSI3 or DSI8000 from the below link. To connect to the HMI you will have to use either the USB (with Type B connector) or the RS232 Prog port.
DSI8000 is used with version 1 projects while DSI3 is compatible with the TS8006/00/00, TS8008/00/02, TS8010/00/02, and TS8015/00/00 only and version 2 projects.
Out of the box, the AC30 uses PDQ (Parker Drive Quicktool) or PDD (Parker Drive Development).
- To download PDD see the associated FAQ in the sidebar for install instructions.
- A software package integrated into the Parker Automation Manager software (to utilize full PLC functionalities in a Codesys coding environment
- For PDQ software, download from the link here: http://divapps.parker.com/divapps/eme/EME/downloads/AC_DC_Drives_Software.htm
- A standalone software package based on Codesys - utilizing function chart based aspects of Codesys (very similar to DSELite)
If you want or have a LinkNet AC30 you must connect with DSELite to interface with the drive. If your AC30 has two versions of firmware located on the 3rd line down on the main menu of the keypad, you have a LinkNet firmware drive and it requires DSELite. If you want LinkNet, follow the Help file in DSELite to connect to the drive and do a Command -> Install Firmware.
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