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  1. did you installed also UnityPro_Vx_HF_MC80  Hotfix? - it will unhide MC80    
  2. just call your local Schneider Electric Support and ask for link
  3. it was screenshot from UnityPro v11.1, but in UnityPro v8.1 I'm also able to choose MC80.
  4. MC80 is only for Spain market. Anyway you don't need any HF for UnityPro.
  5. In this case Crossbow gave you right answer.
  6. Floating Pt from HMI

    for floating point format/operations you need to use _REAL blocks.
  7. Current Version of UnityPro supports Win10, so the USB driver should work too. We had many PCs with Win10 and UnityPro and have no problems.
  8. Hi Muddasir, which UnityPro version do you use?
  9. without any error code it's not really possible to find out the reason for that.  Did you try to establish the connection via ExecLoader?
  10. HEllo Dim,   are you sure, that your controller was programmed with ProWorx NXT? - Maybe ProWorx 32, Concept or UnityPro? Try to use OSLoader or ExecLoader to read the used Firmware.  
  11. you can place many XXMIT  blocks in your application, but you can use only 1 XXMIT in the same time
  12. your problem is following - only 1 plc of each HSBY system is connected to each switch - > that's definitely not normal and I never saw such execution till now. Normally both switches must be connected and build ring topology to obtain the redundancy.  
  13. your problem is following - only 1 plc of each HSBY system is connected to each switch - > that's definitely not normal and I never saw such execution till now. Normally both switches must be connected and build ring topology to obtain the redundancy.  
  14. Hello Tiger, I see many possibilities: 1) connect both switches 2) use only 1 switch 3) read status of PLC (PRIMAR or STANDBY) and switch the IP address for READ/WRITE blocks