navillusi

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  1. Hi there, I see you have had success with mitsibishi plc's and retrieving the keyword using sniffing.

    Have you ever done the same with a FX3G-60 plc ? It doesn't see to follow the same logic as the FX you tried.

    The supplier of this machine cannot remember the keyword any more and so its left up to me to crack this one or reprogram the whole thing.

     

  2. C200 HG Connection Question

    The customer has now sent me a copy of the PLC code prior to me going on site, trying to open this with syswin and it tells me that the file is corrupt, try to convert it using cx programmer and the program hangs after a few minutes Can anyone open this file and tell me what I'm doing wrong! I've not got much hair left! Cheers 1511_V2.SWP
  3. C200 HG Connection Question

    My apologies, I misread the details. It is in fact a C200HG CPU43 - from what you've said above this one has an RS232 serial port yes?
  4. C200 HG Connection Question

    The model is a C200HG CPU53, which, as you have said above will then require the use of the CPM1-CIF01 adapter. I have done a quick search on this model, but all the documentation refers to is for the CPM1 PLC, and likewise I can find no reference to the CPM1-CIF01 in the C200 manuals! Now I'm more confused! Any further advice is welcome Regards
  5. C200 HG Connection Question

    New to Omron so please forgive the ignorance! I am booked to do some fault finding on a machine containing an Omron C200HG plc, need to make sure I've got everything before going to site! I have a copy of CX programmer and a serial lead I used on an old omron CVM1 plc. Am I correct in thinking that the C200HG also has a serial port or am I in need of any special interface adapters? Regards
  6. Mitsubishi A0J2 series

    You can connect any of the Mitsubishi (Beijers) touchscreens (E615 or E910) to the RS422 port of the processor. The older GOT terminals can use this rs422 port also, and I believe that some of the GOT terminals offer an interface direct to the backplane expansion port
  7. Melsec H Mode Fault Question

    The next thing I would suggest would either be: Completely clear the CPU memory and download the program again, possible corruption of memory areas? maybe unlikely but a low cost option Replace the backplane, if there is a fault on the backplane this could throw up a hardware fault Replace the CPU, if all else has drawn a blank, could be the only option left. BTW, have you spoken to your local Mitsubishi tech support yet? Have they had any ideas?
  8. Melsec H Mode Fault Question

    From the GX Developer Help: Error code list[Error code 3101] Error code(SD0) 3101 Error message LINK PARA. ERROR Common information(SD5-15) File name/ drive name Individual information(SD16-26) Parameter number LED status(RUN) Off LED status(ERROR) Flicker PLC operating state Stop Diagnostics timing At power ON/Reset/, STOP -> RUN Error description & cause (1) The link refresh range exceeded the file register capacity. (2) When the station number of the MELSECNET/H module is 0, the inter-PLC network parameter setting has been made. (3) When the station number of the MELSECNET/H module is other than 0, the remote master parameter setting has been made. (4) The network No. specified by a parameter is different from that of the actually mounted network. (5) The head I/O No. specified by a parameter is different from that of the actually mounted I/O unit. (6) The network class specified by a parameter is different from that of the actually mounted network. (7) The network refresh parameter of the MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10 is out of the specified area. Corrective action (1) Change the file register file for the one that enables entire range refresh. (2) Correct the type or station number of the MELSECNET/H module in the parameter to meet the used system. (3) Check the network parameters and mounting status, and if they differ, match the network parameters and mounting status. If any network parameter has been corrected, write it to the CPU module. (4) Confirm the setting of the number of extension stages of the extension base units. (5) Check the connection status of the extension base units and connectors. When a display device is connected to the main base unit or extension base unit, check the connection status. (6) If the error occurs after the above checks 1) to 3) have been made, it suggests a hardware fault. Therefore, change the faulty module. Alternatively, contact your nearest Mitsubishi representative. You say that you have checked the refresh setting of all the other PLC's, have you checked the physical connections of the cards? Next step would be to do as step 6 advises, try a new card.... It may be cheaper to move the suspected faulty card into another PLC and see if the fault follows the card or stays with the CPU
  9. Changing textcolor in RSView display

    Another way to do a multistate indicator in RSView 32 is to use a "string" display using an expression i.e. if your_tag = 1 then "State 1 text" else if your_tag = 2 then "State 2 text" else "state 0 text" You can make it change colour by adding animation to the colour of the string using similar expressions
  10. Melsec PLC to ML1500 conversion

    Can you advise of which Melsec PLC? Fx, A etc? Which registers? M, D or both? There are many manuals posted on this site which may help, i.e. if you are looking for the registers of an Fx PLC, look for the FX programming manual in the downloads section
  11. Password For A2u

    It does work..... Same principle, you just need to look a bit further into the numbers....
  12. Fx / Mac Questions

    To use transparent mode on the MAC 50 it must be enabled in the HMI project. For this you will need the programming software (yes this is MPP) which I still believe that you have to pay for. If you have the patience, you can program the HMI from the keypad, you do not need the software for this. Make sure that the communication parameters are set the same for the PLC, HMI and transparent mode. Connect to the HMI using the standard CAB5 HMI lead (or make one up) and ensure that transparent mode is selected in GX developer.
  13. Activation To Usb

    it is in the downloads section http://forums.mrplc.com/index.php?autocom=downloads&showfile=490
  14. Panelview Programs

    What type of PV are you using? PV550, 1000 etc? What type of processor?
  15. Klockner Moeller PS3

    Well, this was some time ago. Yes, I did get it sorted, I called in an engineer from Klockner who uploaded the code and printed it off for me. He also left me a copy of the application software for free as it is obsolete, but didn't leave me the expensive and unobtainable comms lead that you need