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  1. Cimplicity Auto Report Generation

    Dear All, I am having a problem with my cimplicity Auto Report Generation, When I Click on Generate Report, it shows "0 values collected" does anyone knows what's possibly could gone wrong here ??
  2. Problem with array

    Hi Guys! I have a problem with data collection. I use RS Logix 5000 software. I need to collect 11 int value. The sampling frequency is about 2 or 3 second. I tried to make an array but I faild, because I dont find what is correct for my task. I need about 5000 sample each of int value. Anybody have any idea about this problem ? If I have the datas then I have to exporting to an excel table . Thank you if anyone can help me.   T
  3. I currently have certain amount of Recipe data located in form of Excel file on to a PC with static IP address. Is there a way to get that data inside the Nj501 without using an SQL server as I currently have NJ501-1300 which doesn't support SQL. I am okay to send data to the SD card I currently have on NJ PLC as it is easy to get data from SD card to the NJ501.  If there is any example code or a link that helps me create i would be helpful. Thanks in advance. FYI: I am currently using NB10 HMI with NJ PLC.
  4. I am using MX sheet version 2 to gather some PLC data. All is working great but I decided I wanted to change the Automatic Save settings and it wont open the window.  As in I click the Automatic Save Icon in the sheet and nothing happens.   Same thing if I start a new sheet and on all the old sheets.    Thanks,
  5. Hello All,   I am would like to know how to send a bit from an excel file to an omron PLC through CX-server in order to confirm that I have communication and the excel file is open.   At the moment I am reading data from the PLC on the Excel file no problem but I don't know how to do it on the other way.   I am attaching the code I have written and the excel file. So the idea is having a cell with a 1 and reading this value as a bit ON on the PLC.   Thank you very much in advance I really  appreciate it. :)    
  6. MX Sheet IQR?

    Anyone know if MXSheet will talk to the R series CPUs?    
  7. View File Excel Add-in for GE-IP PLC Data Logging ASComm Excel Add-in is a simple to use, non-programmatic way to populate Excel 2007 - 2016 spreadsheets with data from PLCs, instrumentation, and other process hardware. ASComm Excel Add-in uses built-in drivers for GE-IP PACSystems (RXi, RX3i, RX7i), Series 90 (90-30), and VersaMax communications. No OPC, DDE, external drivers, or programming required. Submitter Automated Solutions Submitted 03/01/16 Category Demo Software
  8. Here is a step by step tutorial... Utilizing the CX Server DDE Manager will allow us to provide a link to the information in the Omron PLC. This link can be placed on an Excel spreadsheet. Charts, graphs, etc. can be made from the data. We will create links on an excel spread sheet from a CQM1H and a CP1L PLC. The information will then be displayed as a bar graph comparing the first ten memory areas. Here is a step by step tutorial... Watch on YouTube : Implementing the Omron CX Server DDE and Excel Let me know what you think. Regards, Garry
  9. Hey guys,   I know this is a topic that has been discussed before, but I am having trouble finding exactly what I am looking for.. I want to know the most efficient way to record data from my PLC to an Excel file on my PC. I want this to be done without the use of the PLC's webserver.  Specifically I am trying to record vfd speed every 10seconds with a time and date stamp. How can I do this?   Thanks, James  
  10. Excel Add-in for Modbus/TCP Data Logging

    Version 3.6.8.1

    158 downloads

    ASComm Excel Add-in is a simple to use, non-programmatic way to populate Excel 2007 - 2016 spreadsheets with data from PLCs, instrumentation, and other process hardware. ASComm Excel Add-in uses built-in drivers for Modbus/TCP and Modbus RTU/ASCII communications. No OPC, DDE, external drivers, or programming required
  11. View File Excel Add-in for Modbus/TCP Data Logging 3.6.8 ASComm Excel Add-in is a simple to use, non-programmatic way to populate Excel 2007 - 2016 spreadsheets with data from PLCs, instrumentation, and other process hardware. ASComm Excel Add-in uses built-in drivers for Modbus/TCP and Modbus RTU/ASCII communications. No OPC, DDE, external drivers, or programming required Submitter Automated Solutions Submitted 03/01/16 Category Demo Software
  12. Excel Add-in for GE-IP PLC Data Logging

    Version 3.6.8.1

    49 downloads

    ASComm Excel Add-in is a simple to use, non-programmatic way to populate Excel 2007 - 2016 spreadsheets with data from PLCs, instrumentation, and other process hardware. ASComm Excel Add-in uses built-in drivers for GE-IP PACSystems (RXi, RX3i, RX7i), Series 90 (90-30), and VersaMax communications. No OPC, DDE, external drivers, or programming required.
  13. Excel Add-in for Siemens S7 Data Logging

    Version 3.6.8.1

    189 downloads

    ASComm Excel Add-in is a simple to use, non-programmatic way to populate Excel 2007 - 2016 spreadsheets with data from PLCs, instrumentation, and other process hardware. ASComm Excel Add-in uses built-in drivers for Siemens S7-200, S7-300, S7-400, S7-1200, and S7-1500 communications. No OPC, DDE, external drivers, or programming required.  
  14. View File Excel Add-in for Siemens S7 Data Logging ASComm Excel Add-in is a simple to use, non-programmatic way to populate Excel 2007 - 2016 spreadsheets with data from PLCs, instrumentation, and other process hardware. ASComm Excel Add-in uses built-in drivers for Siemens S7-200, S7-300, S7-400, S7-1200, and S7-1500 communications. No OPC, DDE, external drivers, or programming required.   Submitter Automated Solutions Submitted 03/01/16 Category Demo Software
  15. Excel Add-in for Allen-Bradley Data Logging

    Version 3.9.0.0

    324 downloads

    ASComm Excel Add-in is a simple to use, non-programmatic way to populate Excel 2007 - 2016 spreadsheets with data from PLCs, instrumentation, and other process hardware. ASComm Excel Add-in uses built-in drivers for Allen-Bradley ControlLogix, CompactLogix, MicroLogix, Micro800, PLC5, and SLC500 communications. No OPC, DDE, external drivers, or programming required.  
  16. View File Excel Add-in for Allen-Bradley Data Logging ASComm Excel Add-in is a simple to use, non-programmatic way to populate Excel 2007 - 2016 spreadsheets with data from PLCs, instrumentation, and other process hardware. ASComm Excel Add-in uses built-in drivers for Allen-Bradley ControlLogix, CompactLogix, MicroLogix, Micro800, PLC5, and SLC500 communications. No OPC, DDE, external drivers, or programming required.   Submitter Automated Solutions Submitted 03/01/16 Category Demo Software
  17. How To Implement Modbus TCP Protocol Using VBA with Excel We will use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to communicate to a PLC using Modbus TCP protocol. Reading ten registers in the PLC and displaying a bar graph in Excel. Previously we have used VB6 to communicate Modbus TCP. The following steps will be done:1.Explain Modbus TCP protocol2.Install OstroSoft Winsock Component– Winsock API Calls for communication on network3.Develop the Excel and VBA application (Microsoft Excel 2010)4.Communicate to the PLC and sample code (Do-More Simulator)Read the rest of the post... How To Implement Modbus TCP Protocol Using VBA with Excel Here is a blog post that I thought was good to share. Let me know what you think. Garry http://www.accautomation.ca
  18. Hi All Was wondering if anyone could help i've setup an OPC Server ok and can read all the tags from my PLC. Now i need to write to some of the tags so the warehouse can input production requirements. Has anyone done this or any idea on how to do this. Any help would be great. Cheers Chris
  19. I'm trying to use CX-Server to pull data from my Omron CJ2H PLC directly into Excel. I'm able to pull a single element into excel, but when I try to pull more than one element, I get a huge strand of numbers. Is there a way that I can set up a single point in DDE Manager that'll hold all the elements that I need, then in excel have a formula that will pull out specific memory elements. Specifically I'm trying to pull data from D7200-D7399, and put each element into a separate cell it in a chart that ranges from B3-K22 This is what the formula looks like when I copy a point into excel =CDMDDE|'C:\Users\... ....cdm'!'\New Point 1' I didnt know if I could put something at the end of each string to call out specific elements, but I keep getting "#BadPoint" =CDMDDE|'C:\Users\... ....cdm'!'\New Point 1'!'D7200' =CDMDDE|'C:\Users\... ....cdm'!'\New Point 1'!'D7201' ... =CDMDDE|'C:\Users\... ....cdm'!'\New Point 1'!'D7399' Any help would be great
  20. Reporting for Siemens PLC

    Hello, We want to do excel reports on Siemens PLC. We do not want to use historian programs. Do you know another programs?
  21. RS5000

    Hello all, I am trying to get around a lot of manual inputting by exporting a routine and opening it using excel, but looking at the file that excel shows I have a couple fundamental questions 1. when excel opens it and "creates a schema', can I save this in a format that will allow me to import it back into the program? 2. Since I am mapping data using add on instructions, the table excel has created becomes quote complex, with no clear point of reference to where my Input tags are going to go. We are doing this because someone thought it would be a good idea to put a SCADA based control platform over the top of an AB control system, so we have to exchange thousands of points of data back and forth with their system. I created the mapping AOI blocks to be able to manage the file structure a little better in the routines, but that still leaves me with copy and paste thousands of tags into the AOIs. Has anyone developed a good way to create logic, or modify logic using excel? While I can hold my own with utilizing the RS5000 platform, my excel experience is limited. The processor is a 1756-L75 Thanks