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  1. NT31C Upload Problem

    You will need to use the cable diagram referred to in my previous post . You will need to jumper pins 4 and 6 as well as pins 7 and 8 on the computer side of the cable. Unless these pins are connected, the software will not be able to communicate. Hope this helps.
  2. CPU State and CPU Type with OmronEIP Protocol

    Welcome to the forum. Check the W342 manual. Omron W342 manual Hope this will help.
  3. NT31C Upload Problem

    Are you using the correct cable? See link below for correct pinout. Hope this will help.
  4. Conversion

    I noticed the incorrect description also. I would use XFER.  Should be a bit easier to understand down the road.
  5. Conversion

    Benlawder. Take a look at the DBLL instruction. Not sure if that is what you are looking for.
  6. Welcome to the forum. Take a look at PLC Link.  Depending on how the RS422 connection is currently being used. Also take a look at Network SEND and Network RECV. Hope this will help.
  7. TWO SRM1 connected by RS232

    Go online with the plc. In the Project Workspace on the left of your screen, Click Memory.  A new window should open. Click D on the left side of the screen, you should see a spreadsheet like view open. There should be a PLC option in the pull down menu, choose Transfer from PLC. That should upload the D memory values.  The click on File and Save in Project. I think this is correct, I am not currently connected to a processor.  
  8. TWO SRM1 connected by RS232

    Welcome to the forum, You will need to connect to each plc individually to upload its program.  Make sure you also upload the Settings and D memory values also. Most likely the two plc's are communicating via PLC Link.  PLC Link is configured in the Settings. I hope this helps.  
  9. "Unusual" use of a shift register

    Best way to see what is happening would be to use the Watch window and monitor H2 in binary. This should help you see what is going on.  H2.00 is set in the rung above the SFT. When the shift input is turned on, H2.00 value is moved to H2.01 and a zero condition would be moved into H2.00 in the shift register. However, if H2.00 is still SET on, you may not see the zero value at that position.  Much depends on the rest of the program.  
  10. "Unusual" use of a shift register

    This is a bit different, but I can see where it would work. Instead of using the top input for the data for the shift register, if H2.00 is on when 16.01 initiates the shift, a 1 would be moved into the shift register. Not understanding the entire system, not really sure why it was done this way. Hope this will help.
  11. Upload project from NS5-SQ10

    That is the same cable you would use to connect to the CS1 DB9 port. You would just need to go to PT / Transfer / Transfer Settings to set up the transfer method. Then PT / Transfer / Transfer from PT.
  12. Upload from CS1H PLC?

  13. Upload project from NS5-SQ10

    1.  See attached cable diagram. Software is CX-Designer.  3.  You should not need to change DIP switches. GTC99CC.pdf
  14. Upload from CS1H PLC?

    The PLC should not go to Stop / Program mode when you Transfer From the PLC.   Hope this will help.
  15. PC send data to PLC

    The receive complete bit will energize based on the Settings for the End Code for the serial port. In your Settings, you have the End Code configured as CR + LF. The receive complete bit will only turn on when the CR + LF (0D0A hex) string is received. The other option is to specify a different End Code, or specify the number of bytes to be received. If data is being received (regardless of the indicator led) there should be a value in A393.  A393 will reset to zero when the RXD instruction is executed. I hope this will help.