paradise1082

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  1. One-Shot

    Does anyone know of a one-shot product that only has an input and output side that can be wired in series with a push button so the operator has to release and press again to energize a coil. This is on a small cutoff machine that will cycle over and over as long as the button is pressed. I know I can do it with a timing relay but was looking for something just to put in series with the Pushbutton.
  2. Micrologix 1200

    OK I'm using 1100 now it works great but i would like to get the math a little closer. From the PLC that was already there this is what they were doing. Taking the pulse count(2000) multiply by inches typed in by operator then dividing that number buy 4.979. I do not know where they got the 4.979 or if this is even the best way. But I would think there would be some kind of formula. The metal goes between two powered rollers before going to the cutoff and the encoder is on the shaft of the top roller. Can someone give me some guidence on the right math. Here is an example of how it works now. The blank needs to be 33" long so the number inserted by the operator is 32.975. I know this is close but I would like to know where he got the 4.979 for the division.
  3. Micrologix 1200

    I mean at the same time. I have the cable. I want to monitor while connected to C-more. Didn't know If they made a device for it.
  4. Micrologix 1200

    Automation Direct C-more EA7-T6CL-R
  5. Micrologix 1200

    Is there a way to connect pc and panelview through the micrologix 1200 channel 0
  6. Micrologix 1200

    Tried and I believe that is it. Thanks for the help.
  7. Micrologix 1200

    Yes at B(MUL). Where is it looking at the actual count of the encoder. I had it set up with A(Mul) was the .ACC of the encoder on the micrologix and it did the math. But looking at this I did not think it was right. I want to set up the Micro with the same math so when I swap it will be the same. If A(MUL) is a fixed number then the only time it C(DIV) changes is when the lenght is changed. Unless A(GE) is the .ACC of the Encoder, which does make sense. I'm going to try that.
  8. Micrologix 1200

    This is a print of the Pro-Face program. I don't have the software to connect and watch. The part I'm not sure about is the multiplier "A" Do you think this is the count of the encoder or a fixed interger. I'm trying to convert to micrologix. I've tried to set this up exactly but then realized I was not looking at the HSC0.ACC so nothing changed.Upload.pdf
  9. Micrologix 1200

    This is going to replace a Pro-face application very simple just cut to length. I have a 1200 on the self. What would be the benefits of a 1100 1500.
  10. Micrologix 1200

    Can I still use in 2 and 3 as normal inputs since it is common to 0 and 1 or do I need to jump to 4.
  11. Micrologix 1200

    I have a 1762-L24BWA and need to know what add-on module to buy to connect an encoder to create a simple cut to length program. This is the first time doing this type of application.