How to get Rockwell's MicroLogix to Micro800 conversion tool

In today’s article we’ll take you step-by-step through how to get Rockwell’s MicroLogix to Micro800 conversion tool.

Step 1) Navigate your web browser to www.ab.com:

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Step 2) On the left under quick links select “Product Compatibility and Download Center”

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Step 3) Now select “Find Downloads”

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Step 4) In the product search field type “CCW”

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Step 5) Now select “Connected Components Workbench,” and then select version “8.00.00”

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Step 6) Then on the bottom right select “Downloads”

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Step 7) Next, select the picture of a red arrow and gray box:

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Step 8) In the popup window, scroll down until you see, “MicroLogix to Micro800 Conversion Tool”

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Step 9) Now on the bottom left of the next page select “Accept”

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Step 10) Finally, select either “Managed Download,” or “Direct Download” to download the installation file:

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Once you’ve downloaded the installation file you’ll find it’s called, “SetupCCWMicroLogixConv.exe”

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Step 11) To install it, just double click on the file to launch the install wizard:

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Step 12) Accept the license agreement and click “Install”

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Step 13) The installation should take mere moments, after which you select “Finish”

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Step 14) Now that the conversion tool is installed, you should find inside CCW under the “Tools” menu:

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I hope the above article detailing how to get the MicroLogix to Micro800 Conversion Tool was helpful.

Check back in the coming days for a step-by-step article on using this tool.

Sincerely,

Shawn Tierney
Automation Blogger and Trainer

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