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  1. My apologies for being a newbie on this, but could someone save me on this... I have a Viper 650 and an eMB-60R controller which I want to control by ePLC connection using an NJ501-1300 PLC unit, SYSMAC Studio with EIP Adept Library for Robot... All are starting up well, and I connect all components to a switch hub...  But following the ePLC guidelines, the IP Address showing on the controller is 172.16.132.111 I change the IPV4 IP Address on the PC settings to 172.16.132.10 and the subnet to 255.255.0.0 but the Adept IP Address Setting Tool on SYSMAC doesn't detect the Robot IP Address, also i tried ipconfig on command prompt which shows a different IP Address IPV4 169.254.197.75 and subnet of 255.255.0.0, I changed the previous setting on the PC setting to 169.254.197.10 with the same subnet. But still PC doesn't recognize. I tried both configurations if ACE Software can detect it but the same ACE can not detect it also... Appreciate any thoughts on what's wrong in my configurations. Thank you.
  2. Adept Omron Smartvision MX

    Hello, new user here also a new user to all Adept Omron products as well. I have seen a lot of information based on the Omron Smart Controller EX - mainly connecting the controller to the Adept Ace program. I do understand that the dongle is needed to enabled into the controller, but can this same process be the same for the Omron Smartvision MX?  Thanks.
  3. So just for anyone might interested, this past one year Omron had completely acquire Adept Robotics (California based robot manufacturer). The products acquired including all Delta Arms and SCARA (Quattro, Hornet, Cobra), also some Articulated / 6-axes robots (Viper), programmed with the ACE software. Other than that Adept also have Lynx AIV whose name is now changed to LD-Series. Aside from having an already established Robot Controller with by acquiring Adept, Omron also developing it's NJ CPU to control mechanical arms that can be user-built, with condition that it uses EtherCAT based Servo Control. The current version of NJ501-4XXX series PLC supports control over Delta Arms (3-axes + Rotation, 3-axes, 2-axes + Rotation, 2-axes), SCARA, and your usual Gantry XYZ+Rotation robot.   If anyone interest to discuss something about those do post here, or maybe create your own thread.