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  1. Accessing specific bits in a word.

    collinsd70,  INT_TO_BITARR 16 = MOV Dxxxx K4Myyyyy. It's just an IEC interpretation of MELSEC command instruction.
  2. Accessing specific bits in a word.

    No. If you want to check a specified bit of the word, you should move the word to the bit memory.   LD TRUE MOV D200 K4M200 LD M204 OUT Y0 The index registers can not be used for this purpose too. It can be done by a complex way:   LD TRUE MOV D200 K4M200 MOV K1M200Z K1M200 LD M200 OUT Y0 Read the programming manual carefully. There is written all.
  3. Continuous sine wave problem

    1. To the PLC it is necessary to transfer only three values: k, Xi-2, Xi-1. This should be done just ONCE , BEFORE the sine wave calculation. 2. To provide the requirement of item 1 you should not use a PLC input to activate the command sequence, a marker has to be used for this purpose. How the item 1 and 2 can be realized in HMI: if ([b:X1= 1] & [b:M1= 0]){ set ([b:M1]) ; //if X1=1 & M1=0, then set M1 (SineWave Flag) [flt:GD400]= ... ; //dAngle= Pi*Freq*Tscan/-500 [flt:GD402]= ... ; //k= 2*cos(dAngle) [flt:GD404]= ... ; //Xi-2= Amp*sin(dAngle) [flt:GD406]= 0 ; //Xi-1= 0 bmov ([w:GD402],[w:D400],6)}; // transfer the precalculated values into the appropriate PLC registers if ([b:X1= 0]){ rst ([b:M1])} ; //if X1= 0 , then reset M1 (SineWave Flag) 3. Check carefully the predefined values calculations in HMI. The k value must be positive, and the xi-2 value must be negative! 4. The code in PLC should look as is shown below, except of the code must be activated with a SineWave Flag (M1)   5. Decrease the value of sine wave frequency (52,4 is too high), increase the amplitude of sine wave, otherwise in the analog output you get a direct line, instead of desired sine wave.
  4. Continuous sine wave problem

    I strongly recommend you to use the second algorithm of sine wave calculation, proposed by me.   In what are you wrong: As I said already, in contrast to D8010 the D8039 is represented in 1ms value. Pls, take it into account! Also you should remember, that if the scan time will be set as 10ms, at the mentioned 10Hz, you'll get 1/(10Hz*0,01s)=10 points only. At 1Hz you'll get 100points. With 4ms scan time at 10Hz you'll get 25 points, with 2ms scan time - 50 points of a sine wave amplitude, and with 1ms scan time - 100 points. Having a GOT HMI, that able to calculate trigonometric function, you don't need to implement this calculation using a Taylor series... Before to start the simulation of sine wave In PLC, calculate in HMI the differential angle: dAngle = Pi*D8039*Freq/-500, if the Freq is represented directly as REAL, or dAngle = Pi*FLT(D8039*Freq)/-5000 , if the Freq is represented as INT in 0,1Hz units.   Because the D8039 is set by you, you just can use a constant instead of register value. Then calculate in HMI:   k = 2*COS(dAngle) Xi-2 = Amp*SIN(dAngle) Xi-1 = 0 and write these values into PLC, The code in PLC is following:   LD SineWave DEMUL k Xi-1 Xi DESUB Xi Xi-2 Xi DEMOV Xi-1 Xi-2 DEMOV Xi Xi-1 Then value of xi-2 can be converted into INT to sent it to the assigned channel of Analog Output Module. That's all that you need to do.   If questions will appear when the abovementioned steps are relized by you , pls don't hesitate to ask 
  5. Continuous sine wave problem

    Yes, for a quite high accuracy the polynom should has at least 4 elements, i.e. sin(x)= x - x^3/3! + x^5/5! - x^7/7! . Why? When x is in the range of -1<=x<=1, the maximum approximation error is 1/9! = 2,76*10^-6, i.e. is less than 0,0003%, while with 3 elements the maximum error is 1/7! = 0,02%. Don't use the first algorithm of sine wave calculation, proposed by me! At 2*Pi angle the approximation by Taylor polynom using 5 elements will give a value (2*Pi)^9/9!=42 and the error about 350%.  
  6. Continuous sine wave problem

    Let 'begin from the end. Yes, when I say about a constant scan time I mean the D8039. The value of D8010 is measured in 0.1ms units, while the D8039 is meaning in 1ms. Thus, if the value in D8039=100, the D8010 will be equal to 1000 and the scan time will take a 100ms. However ... The scan time of 100ms is a too much value for the FX3 PLC series. A typical scan time is from 4 to 10ms, and the abovementioned values is valid for programs with greatly complex algoritms. Also, if you are set a scan time as 100ms, for the 1Hz frequency of sine wave you'll just get 10 points of curve... (in case of 0,5Hz you'd just get 20 points).
  7. Continuous sine wave problem

    Generally,  how to calculate the instant amplitude of a sine wave in scanning.   At the first stage it is necessary to perform the initial calculation: k = 2*COS(Tscan*Freq*Pi/-50000) Xi-1 = Amp*SIN(Phase) Xi-2 = Amp*SIN(Tscan*Freq*Pi/-50000 + Phase) where: Tscan - the PLC scan time (a constant scan) [0,1ms] Freq - the frequency of a sine wave [0,1Hz] Amp - the amplitude of a sine wave Phase - the phase shift of a sine wave Then in each scan it is necessary to perform the operations: Xi = k * Xi-1 - Xi-2 Xi-2 = Xi-1 Xi-1 = Xi The instant amplitude of a sine wave at the current scan is stored in Xi-2.   Example: Amp = 10 Offset = Pi/3 Freq = 1,3Hz Tscan = 4ms     How to calculate the initial values in PLC, which does not support trigonometric operations, but supports a square root: k = Tscan * Freq ;Calculation k = SIN(Tscan*Freq*Pi/-50000) by PLC implementation of Taylor series k = k * Pi k = k / -50000 k = SIN(k) Xi-1 = SIN(Phase) ;Calculation Xi-1 = SIN(Phase) by PLC implementation of Taylor series Xi-2 = Xi-1 * Xi-1 ;Calculation Xi-2 = COS(Phase) = SQRT(1-Xi-1*Xi-1) Xi-2 = 1 - Xi-2 Xi-2 = SQRT(Xi-2) Xi-2 = k * Xi-2 ;Calculation Xi-2 = SIN(Tscan*Freq*Pi/-50000)*COS(Phase) k = k * k ;Calculation k = COS(Tscan*Freq*Pi/-50000) = SQRT(1-k*k) k = 1 - k k = SQRT(k) Xi = k * Xi-1 ;Calculation Xi = COS(Tscan*Freq*Pi/-50000)*SIN(Phase) Xi-2 = Xi-2 + Xi ;Calculation Xi-2 = SIN(Tscan*Freq*Pi/-50000 + Phase) k = 2 * k ;Calculation k = 2*COS(Tscan*Freq*Pi/-50000) Xi-1 = Amp * Xi-1 ;Calculation Xi-1 = Amp*SIN(Phase) Xi-2 = Amp * Xi-2 ;Calculation Xi-2 = Amp*SIN(Tscan*Freq*Pi/-50000 + Phase)   How to implement a SIN calculation using a Taylor series is shown  there .
  8. Continuous sine wave problem

    No, have not a new, i've thoughly tested this algorithm and it works fine. Just about the initial caculation of Xi-2 in PLC. With traditional Taylor series it's easier:   Xi-2 = Freq[0,1Hz] * Tscan[0,1ms] * Pi / -50000 b = Xi-2 a = b * b b = b * a / -6 Xi-2 = Xi-2 + b b = b * a / -20 Xi-2 = Xi-2 + b b = b * a / -42 Xi-2 = Xi-2 + b   But you can implement this initial calculation with HMI script.
  9. Continuous sine wave problem

    P.P.P.S. How to calculate the initial values in FX3G PLC directly:   Xi-2 = Freq[0,1Hz] * Tscan[0,1ms] * Pi / -50000 k = 2 * ESQR ( 1 - Xi-2 * Xi-2)   The first equation is valid for infrasonic frequencies. In other case, a calculation should be implemented by Taylor series:   а = ( Freq[0,1Hz] * Tscan[0,1ms] - 25000 ) * Pi / 50000 Xi-2 = -1 a = a * a / -2 Xi-2 = Xi-2 - a b = a * a / 6 Xi-2 = Xi-2 - b b = a * b / 15 Xi-2 = Xi-2 - b b = a * b / 28 Xi-2 = Xi-2 - b b = a * b / 45 Xi-2 = Xi-2 - b  
  10. Continuous sine wave problem

    P.P.S. In the Internet I found a very-very simple algorithm for a sequental calculations of a sine wave amplitude, which is easy to implement in PLC. Preliminary, to test I've modeled it using the Excel and the result for 1.3Hz at 4ms constant scan time is shown on the figure below:   The algoritm requires only 8 registers (4 REAL).   Initially it is necessary to calculate two values: a coefficient and a starting value: k= 2 * COS ( 2 * Pi * Freq [0,1Hz] * Tscan[0,1ms] / 100000 ) and Xi-2 = -1 * SIN ( 2 * Pi * Freq[0,1Hz] * Tscan[0,1ms] /100000 ) Also it is need to assign a  sine wave amplitude at 0 angle: Xi-1=0 What it gives? If the Freq and Tscan values are predefined, the k and Xi-2  can be precalculated by usual calculatator.   Then in the scan a current amplitude of sine wave can be calculated by following formula: Xi = k*Xi-1 - Xi-2 After that the calculated value of sine wave amplitude can be scaled for AO.
  11. Continuous sine wave problem

    P.S. Steps 6 and 7 can be implemented in a loop format, using a table of dividers. In this case -x7/7! , x9/9! etc. can be easy calculated to provide a higher accuracy of sine wave calculation.
  12. Continuous sine wave problem

    Hope, now you and your top-brass are aware that a choice of FX3G for the current application was wrong and the FX3U should be used.   However, the choice has been made ...   How I'd solved the problem, using FX3G and not using array... I'd calculate in PLC the instanteous amplitude of the sine wave using Taylor series, i.e. sinx = x - x3/3! + x5/5! - .... in each scan or with a time interval according to DAC operational time.   How to realize this calculation step-by-step: 1) For that purpose is need to accumulate a scan time, i.e. at each scan is need to add a time of previous scan, which is stored in D8010 (0,1ms units).  2) The accumulated value (DINT) is need convert to into REAL then to multiply with Frequency value [0,1Hz units].  3) Because a time value is represented in 0,1ms and a frequency value is represented in 0,1Hz it is need to compare the result with 100000 (the equivalent for 2*PI angle). If the calculated value is greater than or equal to 100000, then is need to reset the accumulated value of scan time. 4) The result of previous calculation is need to multiply with 2*PI/100000. Thus we get x-operand. 5) The result of previous calculation is need to multiply with itself to get x2. The result  of this operation is important to save separately of x, both and of other values, because it will be used in following calculations.  6) x2 is need to multiply with x and the result to divide with -6. Thus we get -x3/3! and can add it to x. Thus we get a x - x3/3! in the cell, where x stored. 7) -x3/3 is need to multiply with x2 and to divide with -20. Thus we get x5/5! and can add it to x. Thus we get a x - x3/3! + x5/5! in the cell, where x stored. 8) Then the result is need to multiply with the signal amplitude (the digital value that should be transferred to the channel of analog output module) and finally to convert it into INT.
  13. Continuous sine wave problem

    plat993x, what the model of PLC do you use?
  14. Continuous sine wave problem

    Thanks plat993x, Now is clear what do you need) Pls, give me a time to think, it's not an easy task.
  15. wearables

    Yes, I did not check are other models support any interface, like the 8670 has.