Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'nj501'.
Found 3 results
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.
I am trying to get the communication going between EZ3 EZAutomation Panel HMI and Omron NJ501-1300 PLC. I am currently using Modbus TCP/IP as a protocol. Has anybody figured out a way to do that? Or is there a better way to do this communication between HMI and PLC ? Right now I am using MTCP_Client_Connect function block to connect with HMI but it dont seem to be working. The IP address is correct along with Port no. I am still fuzzy about the Station address of NJ and the function code of the NJ for Modbus purposes. If anybody could help me out I would really appreciate it.
I am experiencing a serious problem. Everything went fine in my project for month. Yesterday when I "Transfer to Controller" (like I use to do several time a day) I got this Message : "Build is not complete. Process was aborted". So I build again, I Rebuild controler, I restart SysmacStudio, restart the computer, reset the hardware on the project ... nothing worked. Always the same message. So I opened a previous version of my code. Since it was allready built when saved, I had no problem transfering it in the controler. However, the moment I change a line (have to rebuild) on this backed up version... same problem appear. I finally got to the "output windows" (Alt+3) where I saw ALL build are failed. I've contacted my Omron representative and he is trying to help but he seem as lost as I am. Please help if you can, I am using Sysmac Studio 1.13 on Windows 10. I also have a HMI wired to the project and everything work fine with it.