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  1. PV900 Firmware

    Hi joe E .   Thanks for sharing. Actually FW direct files didnot supported. But when i tried to update through FW card folder it worked. PV is now running fine.
  2. PV900 Firmware

    I have 3.83.01 and i tried to load the firmware but it seems  pv hardware does not support latest firmware.  If any body had older cd of panelbuilder like v3.6 please upload the firmware file  
  3. PV900 Firmware

    Dear all   Can any one provide me firmware for PV900 2711-K9A8 series D version 3.03. Latest version panelbuilder does not have it. I need file from older version. I think old hardware does not support latest version.it shows error 26.  
  4. Scada through E615

    Thanks for your response I think i need to connect device net or profibus modules to each plc to connect with scada.
  5. Scada through E615

    Dear All I have two machines each with FX2n Plc and E615 terminal. each fx2n has rs485-bd connectd to various drives. Iwant to know whether is it possible to connect citect scada and communicate with both plcs through each E615s, if i use serial to ethernet converter on each rs232 port of E-615s. Thanks in advance
  6. 2711-NM11 (256KB), 2711-NM13 (2MB) memory card

    2711-NM11 and 13 cards are linear SRAM cards. Here is a way to make them recognized for windows 2000 and XP Windows 2000 Work Around for PC Card SRAM and Linear Flash Linear Flash and SRAM Cards do not come with drivers, it has always been the OS vendor's responsibility to include support for these devices. Unlike previous versions of Windows, the Linear Flash and SRAM drivers traditionally included on Windows distributions are not included with Windows 2000. The following information explains a work around to get Windows 2000 to recognize and use Linear Flash and SRAM Cards. Be certain Windows 2000 has been upgraded with at least Service Pack 1 and the host hardware supports PC Cards. OEM installed Windows 2000 should not exhibit problems, but systems upgraded from older Windows versions may need confirmation that their hardware is compatible. Please note that Synchrotech provides this work around as a customer service and does not guarantee that will work with every system configuration. 1. During the Windows 2000 hardware setup process choose Display a list of known drivers... instead of Search for a suitable driver... 2. Select the category Memory technology driver 3. Select the M-Systems DiskOnChip2000 driver from listed manufacturer M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers 4. Click Yes on the Update Driver Warning message, continue and click Finish to complete the setup process, click No from the restart Windows message 5. Access the Device Manager and highlight M-Systems DiskOnChip2000 from the category Memory technology driver (it has the conflict symbol) 6. Access the M-Systems DiskOnChip2000 and click Update Driver from the Driver tab 7. Choose Display a list of known drivers... instead of Search for a suitable driver... when the options appear 8. You should now have more default driver options, select the Centennial PCMCIA Memory Card driver from listed manufacturer Centennial Technologies, Inc. (other drivers may work, but the Centennial driver was used successfully in testing) 9. Click Yes on the Update Driver Warning message, continue and click Finish to complete the setup process, click Ok from the properties window then Yes from the restart Windows message 10. When Windows restarts, you should see a new drive letter and icon from "My Computer" or Windows Explorer Windows XP Work Around for PC Card SRAM SRAM Cards do not come with drivers, it has always been the OS vendor's responsibility to include support for these devices. Unlike previous versions of Windows, SRAM drivers traditionally included on Windows distributions are not included with Windows XP. The following information explains a work around to get Windows XP to recognize and use Attributed PC Card SRAM. It does not seem to work with non-attributed cards. Be certain Windows XP is up to date with the latest Service Packs and the host hardware correctly supports PC Cards. Please note that Synchrotech provides this work around as a customer service and does not guarantee that will work with every system configuration. 1. Insert the SRAM card into the PC Card slot 2. When the 'Hardware Wizard' appears, select 'Install from a list or specific location (advanced)' 3. Click 'Next' 4. Select 'Don't search I will choose the driver to install' 5. Click 'Next' 6. Scroll through the list of choice and select 'PCMCIA and Flash memory devices' 7. Click 'Next' 8. Double click 'generic' under the Manufacturer listing 9. Select 'Generic PCMCIA Memory Card' from the Model listing 10. Click 'Next' 11. Click the 'Yes' button when the warning dialog appears, to dismiss it 12. Click 'Finish' when the 'Completing the found new hardware wizard' dialog appears
  7. RSView ME 2.0 RAC6182

    At least is there a way to see addresses of the tags?
  8. RSView ME 2.0 RAC6182

    I am an PLC engineer in a pharma company. we have received a second hand machine which has slc 5/05 connected to RAC6182 through ethernet(catalog number 6182-bgbaac). The problem is. mimic in RAC6182 is not communicating with PLC and i doubt lan card. we need to put this machine in working condition as soon as possible. so i tried to copy the temp files (~MER) in RAC6182 through PCMCIA card and found that TAG folder does not exist. Is RSView ME version 2.0 file structure entirely different from other versions. I dont have software for RSView ME 2.0. I have version 5.0 with us, and from the temp files i extracted graphic and image data. My question is how can we extract Tag data from these files. We didnot recieve any backup cds or files and the company which supplied the machine is not at all cooperative. can any body show me a way so that i can retrieve the tag details and make new hmi configuration and load it into pv+600 which i have. Also i want to know is there a way to see passwords for users in this data.
  9. Panel view 550 upload problem

    .PBA files are not available
  10. our customer have a Panel view 550 (2711-B5A2) connected to slc 5/02. its an old system. frn no. of pv is 4.4.(pv is 2yrs old). The original pva application was developed 7 yrs before. old pv 550 is replaced with new pv(2yrs back) with the same program(.pva). Previously one Engineer created two data entry objects while downloading the file to pv 550. Now the customer wants to add one counter to it. When i uploaded the .pva file that two objects were missing the uploaded file. i uploaded it 4 times, but the same problem. comm is through 1747-pic. panel builder version i am using is 3.8.OS is Windows 98. If the same file is copied and loaded in to another pv 550 with flash memory card, its coming fine. but when connected to computer it is not showing problem. i want to know the problem as i have to program 30 of such pv 550s.