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Software for A0J2

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hi  everyone 

I have a old Mitsubishi CPU ( A0J2CPU).

I want  make backup from this CPU.but I cann't Connecting with Gx developer v8.72

what is software for this CPU-series?

Please help me .

i need to this Software

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Hi,

It is possible that the project was created with Melsec Medoc. It works under DOS. You may try to download the project with GX Developer, you only need a cable SC-09 and we use 25 pin sockets. Possible is parts of the program may be missing or colored yellow.

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GX Developer is the right software (apart from medoc of course) it's listed in the plc type.

Make sure you have the correct cable and your com settings are correct.

 

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On 2/11/2018 at 0:17 PM, kraykov said:

Hi,

It is possible that the project was created with Melsec Medoc. It works under DOS. You may try to download the project with GX Developer, you only need a cable SC-09 and we use 25 pin sockets. Possible is parts of the program may be missing or colored yellow.

i have a cable sc09 & software gx-developer , but i cann't connect with cpu.

my cpu model is A0J2CPU ,  but cpu model support in gx-developer is A0J2HCPU , so gx-developer cann't support my cpu model.

i need Melsec Medoc software. can you sent to me please?

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On 2/11/2018 at 1:19 PM, Ron_S said:

GX Developer is the right software (apart from medoc of course) it's listed in the plc type.

Make sure you have the correct cable and your com settings are correct.

 

my cable & com setting are true. but gx-developer cannot support my cpu model (A0J2CPU).

i need  Melsec Medoc software.  can you help me and sent to me?

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It can. I have connected to that model.

Check your .com settings

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First check the COM port settings (Ron_s  has directed you very precisely) . With GX developer you will be able to upload the project. Make a test and write about the result.

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