Guide Concept

In this guide, you'll install Rockwell Automation's Connected Components Workbench, which facilitates programming of an Allen-Bradley PLC.

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Guide Info

Level Beginner
Est. Time 60 Minutes
Published Sep 09, 2020
Author Jason Wyatt

You'll learn how to

  • Create a Rockwell Automation Account
  • Download software from Rockwell Automation's website
  • Install a Connected Components Workbench
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Things used in this guide

Environment:

This guide assumes a Windows computer, as ThingWorx Kepware Server (which can facilitate the connection between the PLC and Foundation) is a Windows-only product.

Software components:
Previous knowledge

Install Rockwell Connected Components Workbench

Outline

This guide is part of a Learning Path. We've curated other guides relevant to this one to help you learn and get up to speed as quickly as possible.
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Learning Path Overview
Using an Allen-Bradley PLC with ThingWorx

Use Rockwell Automation's Connected Components Workbench to connect an Allen-Bradley PLC for use with the ThingWorx Platform. This Learning Path will guide you through installation of Rockwell Automation and ThingWorx applications, connecting ThingWorx to the Allen-Bradley PLC, and how to configure, monitor, and control the PLC from ThingWorx.

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