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  1. Hi every body. I want to get and set Time Picker value in process analyst in citect scada using cicode. Also  I tried to find an event or function when time picker value is changed , is called but find nothing. May you help me please?
  2. Good morning.  My name is Mariusz Suder. I'd like to present the new process simulator PSPLC. PSPLC this universal process simulator can be used for building various technological models. PSPLC - is designed to work with PLCSIM v 5.x the part of Step7 and TIA Portal the Siemens™ PLC programming environment. There are plenty of typical devices and parts of industrial installations to choose which can be easily put or laid on the screen by simply selecting or dragging them. (...) PSPLC is the reliable process simulator. Useful for testing the PLC programs while they are executed or for learning programming the PLC controllers. Due to the intuitive user interface building models is quick and setting the devices easy. Colourful graphics, animations and high quality simultaneous sound. Language versions: English, Polski, Deutsch, Русский. Two units systems to choose: Metric and British Imperial. OS: Win XP, WIN 7 For further information please visit my internet site: http://www.sudermariusz.com.pl/psplc_the_plc_process_simulator.html http://www.sudermariusz.com.pl/plc_programming_examples.html Download PSPLC   PSPLC can also be downloaded from: mrplc/download/siemens/demo  
  3. psplc

    Version 1.1.0

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    PSPLC - the PLC process simulator, version 1.1, July 2017 Description: "PS PLC" - the PLC process simulator is designed to work with PLCSIM v 5.x the part of Step7 and TIA Portal the Siemens™ PLC programing environment. This universal process simulator is used for building various technological models. There are plenty of typical devices and parts of industrial installations to choose which can be easily put or laid on the screen by simply selecting or dragging them. (...) Language versions: English(full), Polski(pełna), Deutsch, Русский. There are also two units systems to choose: Metric and British Imperial. press.bmp
  4. [Demo Software] - psplc

    View File psplc PSPLC - the PLC process simulator, version 1.1, July 2017 Description: "PS PLC" - the PLC process simulator is designed to work with PLCSIM v 5.x the part of Step7 and TIA Portal the Siemens™ PLC programing environment. This universal process simulator is used for building various technological models. There are plenty of typical devices and parts of industrial installations to choose which can be easily put or laid on the screen by simply selecting or dragging them. (...) Language versions: English(full), Polski(pełna), Deutsch, Русский. There are also two units systems to choose: Metric and British Imperial. press.bmp Submitter Mario980 Submitted 07/13/17 Category Demo Software
  5. Particulate Measurement In CX Programmer?

    I am currently in the process of an efficiency project for a company looking to measure at what point their process starts to create particulate (in this case, smoke) so we can accurately defer the smoke into a combustion chamber to be burnt off. My question is, is it possible to use the Dywer SERIES PMT2 Particulate Transmitter for our measurements using a CJ2M-CPU33 Omron Controller and CX Programmer. http://www.dwyer-inst.com/PDF_files/PDS/DS_PMT2Rev.1.pdf If we can use this, I am wondering which cards I would have to get for communication to this transmitter? CUrrently I have analog in and out, (DA041 and AD081-V1), and digital in and out, (ID211 and OC201). Any information on getting this sensor set up is appreciated. I am not familiar with this type of process control. *****FYI If this is not the correct topic to post this, please move it to the correct one.*****
  6. Someone could give me an example of a batch programming or batch process? Because it does not know exactly how to program a batch... Thanks!