Kiiza

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  1. KOYO PLC C0-02DD1-D OUTPUTS

    I will try that out. Thank you very much.
  2. Hello guys, hope you are well. I have with me KOYO PLC C0-02DD1-D. I have programmed it successfully. However, I do have a challenge with it's digital outputs. I expect a voltage of 24Vdc from the outputs but I am instead getting a voltage of 12Vdc. Even the 12Vdc I measure at the outputs looks fake voltage because whein I use it to energize 12Vdc relays, they don't get energized. I appreciate your help. Thank you very much.
  3. CX-One v9.4 TRIAL VERSION DOWNLOAD

    I downloaded v4.27 but for some reason it can not install. Anyone who knows if I have to follow a particular procedure?
  4. Hello guys, I am looking for Cx-One trial version and I am interested in version 9.4. Does anyone have a link where I can download a copy from? Thanks in advance.
  5. CX-PROGRAMMER MOVE INSTRUCTION

    Now I understand. Thank you very much.
  6. CX-PROGRAMMER MOVE INSTRUCTION

    I have attached two Pictures. In the first picture (OMRON), everything is OK. In the second picture (OMRON2), the instruction remains red because I was trying to compare direct with a value of 105. Does OMRON not allow that?
  7. Hello guys, I need help. I have an OMRON PLC; CJ2M series which I am not very familiar with. I need to do comparisons, but I see that do that I can't just compare with a value. It looks to me that I have to store the value I need to use to compare in a memory address and reference to the memory address for my comparison.  Is it possible for me to compare using a value and not have to first go through a memory address? Is there a way to use the instruction to store the value in a memory location ? Or do I specifically have to use CX-Designer for me to wrote the value to a memory location? Thanks in advance.
  8. GETTING STARTED WITH AUTOMATION BUILDER

    Thank you very much for that information. I will call ABB and hope I have some luck with them 
  9. Hello guys, I hope everyone of you has started 2017 well. I don't have any experience with ABB PLCs but soon I have a project with an ABB PLC and the software Automation builder version 1.2. I ma looking for documentation that will help me get started with the programming basics of this software from scratch. If anyone knows where I can get such documentation, I highly appreciate because I can't seem to get any when I search on the internet. Thank you guys, and Happy new year everybody.
  10. OMRON PLC MEMORY AREAS

    Thank you  Dick Oestreich, That does give me a general understanding. I am used to SIEMENS PLCs and I would relate the two as follows from what I seem to understand; D..........................Data block memory W.........................Local memory H..........................The M memory Correct me if I am wrong, Thanks again.
  11. OMRON PLC MEMORY AREAS

    Hello guys, I have gotten to a level where I can do a few things with an OMRON PLC. However, there's something that is supposed to be basic by now but I still don't understand it, and I will appreciate your help on this . What is the difference between the D, W and H memory areas of the PLC? And in what instances do I utilise each of them for storage of my data? Thank you.  
  12. ANALOG INPUTS AND OUTPUTS

    Thank you Michael
  13. ANALOG INPUTS AND OUTPUTS

    I see, I'll do whatever calculations I need to do before the conversions. Could you be having an example of a project where you've used the PID instruction? It would be of great service to me. Thank you.
  14. ANALOG INPUTS AND OUTPUTS

    That's a little bit crazy. Because when conversions are done from real to integer then you are either truncating or rounding off which obviously affects the accuracy.
  15. ANALOG INPUTS AND OUTPUTS

    Thanks, I was wondering how I was supposed to do that. The next question now is; There are bunches of bits from words that are used in islolation for instance Bits 04 to 15 of C+5 are supposed to be for 2-PID parameter (a). There are other separate bunches of bits. How do I manage to write to only that stream of bits and not the rest of the bits within that word? If anyone has an example of a project where they have used this, it would be of very great help. And the additional question is; do I always have to move the data as word? Because I realize sometimes I need to write floating point values and those would typically need 32-bit address areas, I don't know how that affects the C, C+1, C+2,... addressing order. Thank you.