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  1. Mitsubishi GX Developer 'analog addressing'

    Hello everyone, Looking for a little help, I have a simple project but I have not done very much analog with Mitsubishi...Its a Q06HCPU and trying to move (MOV) my analog input to my analog output, no scaling or anything needed (slot 1) 64AD input 1 and input 2 to my analog output (slot 2) 62DA and can not figure out the addressing... [MOV xxx xxx] would it be just this simple ?2 inputs wired to 64AD and 2 outputs wired to 62DA, I would like to move the word or doubleword from one to another, below is the setup I have{PS} {Q06H} {QX48Y57} {64AD} {62DA} {Ethernet} {CC LINK}Thank you for your time  Mark  EDIT: I think I found the answer after searching more I will update later if it works.... http://forums.mrplc.com/index.php?/topic/15580-q-series-anolog-inout/ 
  2. Q00JCPU Rack

    Bummer... it would not be the first time :) Thanks!
  3. Q00JCPU Rack

    Hello, I bought a used Q00JCPU, I was going to use this as a test PLC... I am going to start making a USB-QC30R2 (Q series USB to RS232), the problem the CPU did not come with a back plane (rack) I have a few but none fit, the Q00 has the power supply built onto the CPU, my others have the power supply and CPU are not connected, so the power and com buss do not match up on the other racks Is there a special rack for the Q00J ? anyone have a part number? Thanks for your time Mark
  4. Stuff for sale

    Hello, Please send pictures.... I will buy any automation parts (if the prices is right) :) Thanks Mark info@plctrainer.net
  5. comm cable

    We have them.... in the USB version also http://www.plctrainer.net/PLCProgrammingCables.htm
  6. AB 1747-UIC coverter

    Hi Mickey, I don't have it listed on the website yet... just ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/Allen-Bradley-1747-UIC...id=p3286.c0.m14 Its a cheaper version of the UIC... I am working with the manufacture and trying to get a better 'do everything' version, I hate having so many different cables in the laptop case so if I could get this one to work the way I need it to... Then I thought of making short adapters 4", they would be for every other PLC out there... but its just a thought This cable works great as a USB version of the 1747-PIC, but has some issues with the 232 side, like I said this is rev 1, people seamed to be happy, there is another on eBay that is cheaper.... but it does not work with RSLinx... kind of pointless if you ask me Thank you! Mark
  7. AB 1747-UIC coverter

    If you are still selling it send me an email.... info@plctrainer.net To the OP... I am now selling aftermarket (non-AB) 1747-UIC's also send me an email if you are interested, not all the features are the same as the orginal UIC's but if you need to communicate to a SLC (DH-485) with a PC that only has a USB port they work very well and they are not high priced... they also work with XP service pack 2 and 3 Mark
  8. Allen Bradley RSLogix 'starter' and RSLinx 'lite'- FREE

    Click here http://www.rockwellautomation.com/support/webupdates/ Agree and continue or stop... then click RSLogix 500, there are many versions and I do know that some of the 'starters' were not free, odds are that your distributor has no idea about the new software... so you should show them, then tell them that it will help their sales :)
  9. Micrologix 1000 Training System

    Hi John, 1) No, that is a great PLC to start with you can start by using the digital I/O then expand to the analog later as you have time and money, you can also simulate the inputs and just use the led's on the PLC for the outputs 2) good question... the old version of (RSLogix starter) did not work with the E series, I have tested the software with an A series, I would think that if it works with the A then it would work with any... if there is a B, C etc If you are going to build a PLC trainer.. search Ron Beauforts 'Hot Rod' that is a very nice trainer Good luck and welcome to the forum Mark
  10. Allen Bradley RSLogix 'starter' and RSLinx 'lite'- FREE

    Hi Rick, Yes the Vista issues was with auto configuration, when I would push the auto button, it would first check CRC? then BCC.... once it switch to BCC (still at 19200) I would get a pop up screen, the screen said that RSLinx driver stop and will close... did not give any options other then click OK, once you click OK it would just close all of RSLinx. Last week I had loaded the newest RSLinx, I thought that may have been the issue, so I downloaded the full version of RS Micro (with Linx) and I reinstalled it over and removed the older (last week) version... but it also did the same thing. I was able to manually set up the DF1 driver... it would work for about 10 min. then stop, no reason I was just on line and monitoring, then just got bumped off I was able to rehook up only after I stop Linx and restarted it, I will try some more this weekend and try and figure out what it was... this is the only PC that I have wirh Vista. I was using a USB adapter, I will try another brand also over the weekend, this PC only has USB. XP ran perfect, like always (side note) I have a customer that has the new Windows and loves it, he got the beta version and is very happy with it, he also is running GX dev (for Mitsubishi PLC's) I hope I can just jump to Win7 and by-pass Vista :) Thanks for you help Mark PS welcome to the forum
  11. Allen Bradley RSLogix 'starter' and RSLinx 'lite'- FREE

    VERY!! nice job Rockwell.... I have downloaded the new RSLogix Micro and went on line with... MicroLogix 1000's 1761-L20 (analog) 1761-L16 1761-L32 1761-L10 MicroLogix 1100's 1763-L16 (I did not try the Ethernet port) I have also loaded it to our Vista machine and it also worked... I did have a few issues with RSLinks (lite), lost communications a few times and it would not auto configure. Thanks RSLogixGuy, this should help a lot of people
  12. Allen Bradley RSLogix 'starter' and RSLinx 'lite'- FREE

    Thank you VERY much
  13. Allen Bradley RSLogix 'starter' and RSLinx 'lite'- FREE

    Hello RSLogixGuy I have never heard of "RSLogix Micro Lite" are you talking about RSLogix or RSLinks?? I have looked at AB.com and can not find what you are talking about... I have also downloaded the newest version of RSLogix (starter) and it does not support the 1100's and still only support the L10's (1000's) Please clarify you statement because it can be misleading to some people, I hope I am wrong... this would really help my sales :), maybe you can take a couple of screen shots of what you are talking about Do you have a catalog number? Regards Mark PS for others, Vista is still not supported, RSLinks works fine, but RSLogixs (starter-free) still has issues
  14. CLX World of Arrays

    Not sure what you are doing with the data... but would it be better to use a OPC and log them to an Excel sheet? then you can keep that data off of the PLC I did something similar in a SLC and AD... (keeping the data in the PLC) but it was smaller... I used a timer to run the data, my sample was needed every 2mins, so I ran a timer every 2 min, then use this timer (the ACC) to run my logic, it worked good as I set up a CDM and was able to see the data logged into the array and move down the array... I had math involved so I was able to debug it much easier Just a thought...
  15. SLC 100

    Did you get it? I looked at it and it is a different version then the one I have... mine does not have to be installed, it has an exe. that I just run and the program takes off. If you did not get it, send me an email and you can try the one I have... info@plctrainer.net