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  1. NS-10 HMI Connection to PC

    Hi, I have an NS10-TV00B-V1 and I am trying to connect to my PC for communication with CX designer for some tests. I try to connect the USB to the slave on the HMI, and then to the PC, but my PC will not recognize the HMI. No hardware is detected at all as if it hasn't even been plugged in. This is different than the PLC? With the PLC I just connect with the USB and then it will allow me to install the USB drivers.
  2. PID Parameters. Intergral Time?

    Awesome info Michael. Thanks a million. Needless to say, I miss using Sysmac Studio right about now! Thanks again Colin
  3. Omron Learning Curve - DATA TYPES

    Anything helps! I am going to start ask a local Omron dealer for some help. I will start by reading this manual though. Thanks!
  4. Omron Learning Curve - DATA TYPES

    Hello Everyone, Recently getting into Omron and I am wishing to pursue this type of PLC and software for a staple in my career. I have recently just graduated from a program involving PLC mainly Allen Bradley and one thing I have to say is that while making the transition from AB to Omron, the main difficulty I have had was with data types, specifically BCD, UINT, and CHANNEL. I am currently using the CX Programmer software for a few PID loops and they are causing me some great difficulty because normally I would just simply enter in all my values into a huge PID block in AB but that is not the case when it comes to CX-Programmer. Can anyone point me in the right direction of some manuals or e-learning places so I can quickly get a grasp on this so I can move ahead with the code. It is frustrating when you know how to do something and you just can't figure out how to put it into a software you aren't familiar with. Thanks for your help
  5. SCL Block confusion

    Hi, I have been trying to scale a range of 0-999.9 to 0000-270F hex and I am having some difficulty. I have attached my .cxp file if anyone would so kindly take a look and see what I am doing wrong. Btw the first move instruction is just an arbitrary number for testing my conversion. Forgot Drive At Home.cxp
  6. PID Parameters. Intergral Time?

    Hi, Can someone clarify this sentence for me from the instruction help of the PIDAT. Note 1 When the unit is designated as 1, the range is from 1 to 8,191 times the period. When the unit is designated as 9, the range is from 0.1 to 819.1 s. When 9 is designated, set the integral and derivative times to within a range of 1 to 8,191 times the sampling period. It relates to the integral constant value or C2 in the PIDAT blocks. I would like to know what I would have to move into D2 to have an integral time of 0.2 seconds  
  7. New to CX-Programmer

    Its working!? I changed my unit number on the CPU to 1. Uploaded via USB and bam. Idk what was going on but its fixed now I suppose. Thanks for all the help!
  8. New to CX-Programmer

    Still havn't got a darn thing coming out. (other than the 0.5Vdc) I changed the source word to 4000 in the word instruction just to see if there was any change and there was none. Also, I had to make a jumper from the (-) on the 24V PSU to A2? I guess it wasn't connected internally to the common on B9?
  9. New to CX-Programmer

    Hm, I have been looking at this drawing for the Belimo actuator and I guess I have fooled myself up in the process?
  10. New to CX-Programmer

    I am getting 0.5V DC with this program. I currently have the resistor connected between A1, and A2? Not sure if this is correct? 
  11. New to CX-Programmer

    Connect 24V to both A9 AND B9 or just A9?
  12. New to CX-Programmer

    Yes I have, there is nothing coming out I am using 2030 for my enable and CIO2031=2033 for the outputs. Also tried some stuff using D20301 but I am not sure as this is different than what I am used to.
  13. New to CX-Programmer

    Okay awesome. I am using the AMCX24-MFT BELIMO actuator. The PLC is a CJ2M-CPU33 with AD081-V1, and DA041 respectively. For some reason, I cannot get the actuator to move at all. I am sure I am doing something wrong with the ladder program. I have erased it a bunch of times just to redo it and I am getting fairly fristrated. I am not great with Omron (yet) and my knowledge lies within Allen Bradley. Do you think you could show me what the proper program should look like to actually make this thing move? I am trying to use the 4-20mA with the 500 ohm resistor. Thanks, Colin
  14. New to CX-Programmer

    Can I please get the pictures that you were refering to in this post? I know it is old but I am having a problem getting my BELIMO actuator to work with my CJ2M and analog output card. Think you can help me?
  15. Connecting PLC to ethernet

    Found out the problem after. Maybe this is helpful for anyone else.   This was a new CPU so I had to set the nodes again. So I wanted an address of 192.168.xx.250 so 250 in hex was FA. After I set the rotary node switches, I matched the unit number and IP address configured in the I/O table. Once that was done I just input my default gateway and subnet then uploaded all of it to the PLC using USB. After that, I was able to connect via ethernet with no errors.