Jay Anthony

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  • Birthday 06/01/52

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  • Location Dallas, TX
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    Sound and Stage Lighting,
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  1. MACRO MOVAPARTS, same ID, different screen

    Are you using a project macro for the movement?
  2. MOVD

    USE SLD SLD(074) shifts data between St and E by one digit (4 bits) to the left. “0” is placed in the rightmost digit (bits 3 to 0 of St), and the content of the leftmost digit (bits 15 to 12 of E) is lost.   Put 1234 in St and use ST+1 to view your data.
  3. FWRIT Question

    Tray @FWRIT.  I thinks you are executing every scan. and overflowing the write buffer.
  4. FWRIT Question

    D1 and D1+1: Number of Write Items The 8-digit hexadecimal value in D1 and D1+1 specifies how many words or  fields to write to file memory. What is the conterts of D1 and D1+1:?
  5. From PM this morning

    Hi Jay:                      I have been trying to modifying your Cx protocol Modbus RTU master cx protocol,   For the First part message send with fix message "010300060004A408"  Reading 4 register from 40007 to 40010   Now , I am trying to understand what you wrote "<a>+[03]+<l>+(W(1),*)+<c>"     My intention is to have a fix format of response message just like with start code and end code since i know i only need 4 register instead of "<a>+[03]+<l>+(W(1),*)+<c>"  The Response should be 0103AAAABBBBCCCCDDDD+CRC , correct? That mean, 1) <a>  is [01] Constant Hex in cx protocol. 2) [03] is the function code 03 3) <l> should be 16 bytes? 4)  W(1),*  can the wild card replace with 8 bytes of data? How can I have a fixed response for the like this  XX+AAAABBBBCCCCDDDD+CRC?
  6. Can you help me to configure BOMX NOR  Thank you for all.
  7. Version 1.0.0


    CX-D Alarm-Events History and Summary
  8. CX-D Alarm-Events History and Summary View File CX-D Alarm-Events History and Summary Submitter Jay Anthony Submitted 06/02/18 Category Tutorials and Quickstarts
  9. Need TIMER logic support CJ2M

    Use CNT instead of TIM. Use 0.1 second clock to count seconds.
  10. CP1E-N30DT with Hyperterminal PC

    Open CQM1 in CX-Prrogrammer and change the PLC type to CP1E.
  11. CP1E-N30DT with Hyperterminal PC

    Link to txd rxd prorams txd-rxd-quickstart-programs
  12. OPC & PLC Integration

    What PLC?  What style of hardware connection?  Need some basic specifications? 
  13. How to connect cx-supervisor to PLC Omron

    He'ill need a CQM1H-CLK21 module.
  14. Value to corresponding bit instruction??

    I like  gclshortt's  solution better. 
  15. Bob is our resident Old Phfart and I too share his frustrations with Sysmac Studio,  Sysmac Studio has yet to mature to the level of CX Programmer.  From one old Phfart to another.