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  1. Etn021 ip address change problem

    Just a guess, but seeing a "Mode 11" message appears, try to double check your IO Table. Did it say CS1W-ETN21(ETN11 Mode) or CS1W-ETN21(ETN21 Mode)? There might be a chance that your ETN21 was set up in ETN11 Mode, but now you are accessing it in ETN21 Mode, or vice versa. In any case, in the IO Table, you can click on the ETN21 unit, then click "Options --> Change ETN21 Mode" to choose the mode suitable for your needs.
  2. NX102 Fins Command with PC

    Well... looks like your connection is OK, but the data you are sending to PLC is incorrect. - DNA must never be 00. Your Sysmac Studio screenshot shows that the PLC uses default Local Network 01, so DNA should be 01 as well. - I believe using 00 for SNA should work. But if it doesn't, you can put any number there, like 02 for example. It doesn't really matter for a single PC and PLC connection. - On your Multiway screenshot, your attempts before the last one are just sending the FINS Header, which will never work - Your last attempt in the screenshot looks fine, except the DNA being 00.
  3. NX102 Fins Command with PC

    I usually use 0 for SNA for a direct network. No routing table setup is required, assuming you're using FINS/UDP You need to set it up though, if you're using FINS/TCP. Also last octet of the IP Address is not always the FINS Node Address, so if your Sysmac Studio shows that the FINS Node Address is 11, you should use that for DA1.
  4. Hi :

                 Tumpang tanya,  I came across a thread you mentioned about the listbox (which i believe base on .Net) .  May i know is it possible to add items to the listbox and combo box in runtime?

    What I know the supported member are as below

     

    IsVisible

    IsVisible

    IsEnabled

    IsEnabled

    Left

    Left

    Top

    Top

    Width

    Width

    Height

    Height

     

    So there is no "Items" . 

    If you mananged to add items (not during design time) Please help to show me how?

    I need to pass array item (specific item) to listbox and combo box.

    Thanks

    Simon

     

     

  5. Nj & CJ1M communication

    Hi @ksinghysingh, see this thread here : http://forums.mrplc.com/index.php?/topic/28291-help-with-send-function-block/ Since you are using the CJ1M-ETN, I believe the FINS communication using SEND/RECV FBs stated in that thread should work
  6. "Easy" way to change screen resolution

    The so called "Rescale" thing is a buggy feature which won't work in most cases. (One of many bugs this program have ) Your best bet is to resize all pages manually
  7. Hi there, if you're in NA editing mode in Sysmac Studio, you can right-click on the HMI Icon near the top left, and choose Change Device. From there you can change the Version of the NA, which is it's firmware version. I don't know why Omron choose to make the numbers different, but changing that will also change the Project Operating System Version. So it's kind of a trial and error to find which is right. But of course choosing higher number firmware version will give you higher OS Version as well. You might not find one that is suffice for your Device, depending on your Sysmac Studio version, because on each update a new NA firmware version also comes. In that case, use the Omron Auto-Update software. Alternatively, when that popup goes on, you can click YES so that Sysmac Studio will overwrite the OS and firmware inside your NA to equal the Project OS Version. Which in your case means, you'll have it downgraded.
  8. NP series

    The NP3 series were discontinued since 2009, and the NP5 series were discontinued since 2012, so I believe they are way past warranty period. I see no way that Omron or their authorized distributors are still selling those now, unless you bought it from a non-authorized dealer. Regarding the USB driver, you can find it after installing the NP-Designer software. It should be located inside the installation folder under subfolder ScrEditApp. Read the manual book V096 for details.
  9. Problem Running CX-Simulator - KickEngine

    @Michael Walsh I don't remember whether this is the correct one, But I think I used this registry fix from myomron : https://www.myomron.com/index.php?action=kb&article=1078 Also I think we need to edit the registry value manually in the reg file before executing it, depending on where we install CX-Programmer / CX-Server
  10. Hello @patch91484@hotmail.com, unfortunately Omron does not provide any documentation whatsoever regarding that service code. I managed to find it before through experiments. Since the company decided not to make it public, I don't think I can give you the answer here. However, should you are lucky to get a Sysmac Gateway program in your PC, you can use it's Tag Monitor utility which will return all available tags inside your PLC. While doing so, if you monitor the packets through Wireshark, you can find the service code there.
  11. Ethernet/IP comms

    You can use it for any Ethernet/IP device supporting UCMM, granted you know the Class, Index, and SubIndex of the designated data to read.
  12. 2 CPU CJ2M on one PSU

    No
  13. IMO the dead battery shouldn't delete your program (i.e. the ladder diagram) However, battery does make sure memory values are kept as how it was set when programming the PLC. In much cases these memories related to the PLC operation settings, so having a bad battery may reset those settings on power cycle, thus causing a faulty operation.
  14. recovery firmware

    I certainly haven't seen this kind of issue before... Not sure if I can help more on this, but I believe the Write E2PROM function that Beckhoff presented will not overwrite any firmware inside the device. It will only overwrite the parameter drive values. Now if I'm not wrong, you are trying to connect to the drive using a regular PC, and not the IPC / PLC. In that case you should try to disable the EtherCAT sync mode (usually it's called DC Sync I believe). For what I know, regular PC won't support any DC Sync connection attempt and thus will cause unintentional errors, since the CPU clock cannot keep up with the sync process.