raber

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  1. CJ1M serial communication

    It is working now. Thank you very much! Note: I think one of the failures I was committing is not transferring CJ1W-SCU41-V1 Port 2 parameters to the Unit (I only clicked on OK)
  2. CJ1M serial communication

    Has it to turn on any led at SCU41-V1 module (moreover RUN and RDY) when it is transmitting correctly? The steps I took were: - Programming section with MOV instruction (params: S = 0, channel type; D = D0, channel type) - Programming section with TXD instruction (params: S = D0, channel type; C = #200; N = #1) - Transfer by RS232 port at CPU and RUN PLC - Disconnect RS232 on CPU and connect on RS232 (port2) at SCU41-V1 module - Use putty to check it sending data But it doesn't work
  3. CJ1M serial communication

    Yes I tried, but I couldn't. I don't know what I have to configure. I mean, for example, I have programmed the TXD instruction like: TXD Source_Data #0 #10 where Source_Data is D0 (address) and Channel (type) (like in the samples) But I don't know how to program the instruction so that it sends the sensor (address 0.00) value (on or off) and I don't know how to configure that the information is sended through the RS232 (port 2) at SCU41-V1 module. Thank you very much for your answer.
  4. CJ1M serial communication

    Yes, they are. Thank you  
  5. CJ1M serial communication

    I have read this: "Free Protocol mode. Free Protocol mode supports sending and receiving data using TXD (236) / TXDU (256) and receiving (RXD (236) / RXDU (255)) data. The Free Protocol mode can only be used with CS / CJ series CPUs with version 3.0 or higher with a serial communications card or unit with version 1.2 or higher."  Is CJ1M-CPU11 version 3.0 or higher and SCU41-V1 unit version 1.2 or higher?
  6. CJ1M serial communication

    Okay, now is running. I set DIP switch #5 to ON and it connected. I would like to ask if I can do the same at the initial topic question:   "Hi! I would like to know how I could send information throw serial RS232 communication. I mean, I have CJ1M-CPU11 connected with ID232 and OC201 modules, and I have an optic sensor (digital input). When the sensor turn on, I would like to be able to read the information (on/off) with an application like Putty (I have the PLC connected by RS232) to develop an application and show the information on another framework. I don't know if I have explained very well. Thank you! "   But now with the SCU41-V1 module and RS-232C connection, can I use the same instructions, TXD and RXD to send information about the sensor state (ON/OFF) to the PC so I can read with an external application? Thank you very much for your responses!  
  7. CJ1M serial communication

    I tried it and nothing, anyway which are  Auto-detect CX-Programmer parameters (just to make sure that I did well) ? Is there any other way to try?
  8. CJ1M serial communication

    I have been trying the samples. But now my CJ1M doesn't connect to the PC. If I try automatically search doesn't find it. Do you know why? Is it possible that I have transfered the samples configuration and now it doesn't connect? Can I reset CJ1M-CPU11 without connect with the PC, I mean because I cannot connect again and before I could.
  9. CJ1M serial communication

    Should I use SCU41 unit additionally? or ETN21? or is it enough with RS232 wire from the CJ1M-CPU11? or using any function block from the library? Thank you four your help!
  10. CJ1M serial communication

    Hi! I would like to know how I could send information throw serial RS232 communication. I mean, I have CJ1M-CPU11 connected with ID232 and OC201 modules, and I have an optic sensor (digital input). When the sensor turn on, I would like to be able to read the information (on/off) with an application like Putty (I have the PLC connected by RS232) to develop an application and show the information on another framework. I don't know if I have explained very well. Thank you!