How To Download Rockwell's PlantPAx Library Of Process Objects

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Update: Click HERE for the latest procedure to download Rockwell's PlantPAx Library Of Process Objects for FREE.



PlantPAx-Process-Objects-FiRockwell's PlantPAx Library of Process Objects recently became available to the public without requiring a support contract.

In today's article I'll walk you through the steps you take to download this library.


UPDATE: For the new 2017 version of this article click here.


Steps To Download Rockwell's PlantPAx Library Of Process Objects

Step 1: Navigate to www.ab.com, then on the left hand side under “Quick Links,” choose “Product Compatibility and Download Center.”

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Step 2: From the PCDC main page choose “Find Downloads”

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Step 3: Next, in the product search box type in, “PlantPAx.” Then from the search results choose, “Process Library,” and a version.

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Step 4: Now select “Download” on the bottom right of the screen.

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Step 5: Next, select the picture of the hard drive with a red arrow.

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Step 6: Now select the “Accessory Files” link to the “Process Library.”

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Step 7: Accept the License Agreement

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Step 8: Choose Managed or Direct Download

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Step 9: When you choose “Managed Download,” you may receive the prompt below, and if you do select “Yes.”

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Step 10: If you chose “Managed Download,” you should now see the RA Download Manager downloading the Process Library.

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And that's how you download the now freely available PlantPAx Library of Process Objects.

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Sincerely,

Shawn Tierney
Automation Blogger and Trainer
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Old Comment:

  1. Thanks a lot !!
    It’s a great move from Rockwell to give free access to this library. Version 2.0 has several cons, like not having P_Gate’s in P_AnalogInput HiHi, Hi, Lo, LoLo. but version 3.0 solved this. I’m going to check what’s new in 3.10

    Great tip

    Greetings from Spain

  2. ragundo,

    Thanks for your reply and greetings from across the Atlantic!

    I’ve also very glad they made this free and can wait to play around with them to see what’s new.

    If you do get a chance to check out 3.1 please let us know what you think 🙂

    Have a great weekend,

    Shawn Tierney

    If you enjoyed reading my article you may also like my affordable training courses at TheAutomationSchool.com

  3. Thanks for the POST it was really helpful an advance I would like to know if there is any object that helps to integrate a Schneider VFD and softstarters Altistart , Iam using a Prosoft Card With a CLX .

  4. Good morning Manuel,

    I’ve found when using Prosoft cards that bench testing the system with the Prosoft sample code is the best way for me to learn how to setup the communication.

    I would also say if something doesn’t make sense contact the Prosoft tech support right away as I’ve found their support to be pretty good.

    Hope this helps,

    Shawn Tierney

    If you enjoyed reading my article you may also like my affordable training courses at TheAutomationSchool.com