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  1. GE Commnet

    I have worked with GE Industrial products and networks since 1989 and have never heard of that C'net. Could it be CCM, it's been around since the early 1980's?
  2. GE Proficy 9.0 - Remote I/O Communication Failure Help

    You should be able to find your information here: (Be sure to view the Landing Pages) PNC001 PNS001
  3. Quick Panel (TCP model) Upload

    Get one of these for about $50 and you will be good to go. I have tested it in the W7 Virtual XP-Mode add-on, and in the W7 host, works great. http://www.plccable.com/ge-quickpanel-quickdesigner-proficy-me-view-gp-propb-hmi-cable-proface-usb-gpw-cb03-a-gpw-cb02/  
  4. More detail as to what you are upgrading/migrating from and to would be helpful and likely get you more useful results.
  5. Quick Panel (TCP model) Upload

    I have never had good luck using a generic USB to Serial Device. Find a PC with a real serial port either on the PC or a docking station.
  6. Versamax CPU and array

    You may do that, what is your question?  
  7. Thanks For All of Your Valuable Posts and Replies ,All of them Explains a Lot :)

    I am New to GE-Cimplicity Platform

    Can you Plz Look Into My Matter too... :(

    http://forums.mrplc.com/index.php?/topic/32019-8_decimal-point%C2%A0displays-as-only-4_decimals/

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  8. Iwo

    Did you read the manuals that I linked you to in the other forum? They have all the details for the 90-30 side. You can find them here: If you need more information search with more relevant terms. Also as indicated you will have better results by updating your software to Proficy Machine Edition and hardware to the latest available firmware level. For this contact your GE PLC supplier. The 90-30 also uses Hexadecimal, Signed Integer Decimal or binary in either 16 bit (INT) or 32 bit (DINT or REAL) data types.
  9. Programming cable

    Connect the pins above -- of your other device. RxD -- TxD TxD -- RxD GND -- Signal Ground DTR -- DSR Ignore all others, in most cases. Or optionally jumper DTR to DSR on each end. If we knew exactly which port the other end was going to connect to someone may be more specific.  
  10. I suggest that you start here and assign the youths to evaluate a couple and if they do not have electrical symbol libraries verify that symbol libraries are easily imported or developed and make the first project in learning the software developing a few electrical symbols. http://cad.about.com/od/Personal_CAD/tp/Five-Top-Free-Cad-Packages.htm http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-free-cad-computer-aided-design-programs.htm This would be a good choice as most of what is learned here can be transitioned to AutoCAD later. http://www.3ds.com/products-services/draftsight-cad-software/free-download/    
  11. Logicmaster 6 Parallel version

    If you had put your time into researching a good replacement for your Series 6 PLC  back in September when you started this it would likely be in place and running now. The GE RX3i would be my recommendation to look into and hire GE Service to assist you with the conversion to get the GE support needed. Using the serial interface into the Series 6 is your best and maybe only way of using a generic computer other than the Workmaster. IIRC one reason is the software does not support a Hard Drive bigger than 32 Meg. although one can format a primary partition on some larger drives. Have you looked for a Workmaster compatible hard drive, eBay may surprise you?
  12. "Graphic is Ready Boot Start" in Fanuc 16i

    Call a Mori Seiki service technician.  
  13. If you don't get an answer here you may want to search or ask here: https://ge-ip.force.com/communities/CC_Community  or here: https://ge-ip.force.com/communities/CC_Knowledge?product=iFIX__c  
  14. GE PLC PCM

    The links here will help you to sort this out. https://ge-ip.force.com/communities/CC_Knowledge?q=90-30%20PCM However I strongly suggest that you update to an RX3i and forget about using a PCM module as they are no longer available if you have any problems with it in the future.