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  1. GXWorks2- Difference POU and program settings

    Hi Gambit,   Thank you for you`re answer! (Nederlands is inderdaad wat eenvoudiger ) Do i need to make / change programs in the POU of the MAIN section, or does`nt that matter? Will check the online courses, thanks for the hint!    
  2. GXWorks2 - Add analog module FXCPU

    Thank you Wasan, i`m programming in FBD, so will give it an try!
  3. Hi Guys, I have an FX2N-32MR CPU in the GXWorks2 environment. When you have Q CPU`s you can add an intelligent module as an analog option card, but this does not work with an FXCPU. I have an FX2N-4AD analog input module, where can i add this to the hardware configuration, and how to address these inputs?   Hope someone can give some advice,   Best regards, Arnold
  4. Hi Guys, Sorry for my bad Englisch, will try to do my best. Normally i`m familiair with Schneider PLC`s. Now doing an project for the first time in Mitsubishi GXWorks2 with an FX2 CPU. I have created  different program parts in the POU part in the navigation folder, but when i download these to the PLC, they won`t run. Now i have copied these program parts also to the MAIN / program settings,and when i download this time, to program is running. What is the diffrence between the MAIN/program parts and the POU? Now i can open the programs in both folders. Can someone explain this to me?  (see attachment for more details) Best regards, Arnold   
  5. Hi all, I have some questions, but my Englisch is not very good. I will try to do my best I want to develop a small (and cheap) control cabinet witch is prepared for multiple setup configurations. The same cabinet is usable in some different setups. I want to wire the cabinet completely for all options, and program all possible options in the PLC. Then the customer can mount the cabinet by himself and configure it true an mobile device. So the customer can acces some settings in the PLC true an user friendly mobile app or webbased page. (settings are level settings, timer setpoints, type of sensor witch is connected (analog/digital) and so on) Requirements: -(Cheap) PLC -8 digital in, 8 digital out, 1 analog in 4-20mA -PLC needs an ethernet port -prefer programmable by function block or text -Parameters accessible by webbrowser/or own created app. (write and read in PLC register) -Connection between PLC and mobile device must be switched on and off. (security/no unautoritized access) -Connection true WiFi or bluetooth if possible? Questions: -Are there people who has done something before? -What brand / type PLC is possible for this? -What type of connection is adviced between PLC and mobile device? (bluetooth, wifi or something else? -What kind of coupling is adviced? (app or HTML webpage) -How to create an good security? (Access to device for autoritized persons only, PLC not discoverable for others) Can someone help me with some advice?   Best regards, arnoldzw