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PLCopen Editor

The PLCopen Editor is a software that let you write PLC programs according to IEC-61131-3 and conform to PLCopen XML. It was created mainly by Edouard Tisserant and Laurent Bessard for the Beremiz project.

The OpenPLC is capable of running Structured Text (ST) programs. PLCopen Editor can generate ST programs for the OpenPLC out of all the five IEC-61131-3 standard languages:

Ladder Logic (LD)

Structured Text (ST)

Instruction List (IL)

Function Block Diagram (FBD)

Sequential Function Chart (SFC)

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PLCopen Editor v1.2 for Windows

Instructions: Unzip and double click on the PLCopen Editor shortcut

PLCopen Editor v1.04 for Windows

Instructions: Unzip and double click on the PLCopen Editor shortcut

PLCopen Editor v1.2 for MacOS and Linux

Requires python-wxgtk3.0, pyro, python-numpy, python-nevow, python-matplotlib and python-lxml

If you're on a Debian-based system (like Ubuntu) you can just "sudo apt-get install" these packets

Instructions: After installing all the packages listed above, unzip and type on terminal "python PLCOpenEditor.py"

PLCopen Editor v1.04 for MacOS and Linux

Requires python-wxgtk2.8, pyro, python-numpy, python-nevow, python-matplotlib and python-lxml

If you're on a Debian-based system (like Ubuntu) you can just "sudo apt-get install" these packets

Instructions: After installing all the packages listed above, unzip and type on terminal "python PLCOpenEditor.py"

CONTACT

Thiago Alves

Mail: thiagoralves@gmail.com