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  1. http://accautomation.ca/plc-programming-example-process-mixer/ Factory IO provides a 3D simulation of the process. Testing of the program is important and should be done in a variety of ways. Factory IO provides a straight forward method of seeing your program in action before you wire your application. The above URL link will take you to our example process mixer. We use Factory IO to simulate the application. Factory IO will communicate Modbus TCP to the PLC. Factory IO Website is at the following URL: https://factoryio.com/ Documentation is well done. Start at the ‘Getting Started’ at the following URL: https://factoryio.com/docs/ You can get a free 30 day trial at the above address. Regards, Garry
  2. With Factory I/O you can learn and test your program with a 3D view system Support many automation regular machine,support digital and analog signal too Have a look on this softwarehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFHqIj2DWd4
  3. Unable to Monitor in GXworks2

    Hi! Anyone can help regarding this issue. I'm not able to monitor the Motor Block that I have created. there's no error either in the output screen but i'm thinking what is the cause of not running in the simulation which shows the Motor Folder RED  even it was compiled. thanks for the help!     Note: I'm new in mitsubishi.
  4. GX Developer Simulation problems

    Hello to everybody!  I have same trouble with the simulation, I CAN'T SIMULATE :(  The botton for simulation is not active, the PLC I'm using is a FX3U Mitsubishi. Any recommendation?
  5. Salutations! So recently I'm very confused with my CX-Programmer. Everytime I tried to run the Simulator from CX-Programmer, I always got a notice that a certain program called KickEngine.exe is about to Run. I look up for this program and found it inside CX-Simulator folder, so I decide to run it anyway. The problem is the simulator always return the error : "The selected port does not exist". In other words I cannot run the simulation. I understand that the simulator uses ControllerLink comm. between CX-Programmer and CX-Simulator, so I tried to run those two separately and build the connection, but also to no avail. Even so, since CX-Programmer 9.0, I believe there is no need to run the programs separately. Before I had a similar problem where the simulator cannot be run, and the error code is "Failed to Start Ladder Engine". This was solved by removing whole Omron software using CX-Remover, then reinstalling again. However, it doesn't solve the current problem. If possible I don't want to resort to reinstalling the whole OS... T_T Anyone has suggestions or ideas? I had lookup on an older thread and tested the measure taken there, and didn't solve this. Thanks!  
  6. Hi, I've been trying to run my project in Simulation (and check display on VNC viewer). When I try to download a procjet to simulator, then I get : "Error 8028 while transferring*: Wrong PV initialisation format" Can anybody help me with it? Please check attached pictures.