Files posted by RussB
Updated Clock logic and HMI screen simple and well documented.
To use this, 'Import' this 'Toolchest' Drawer file into your PMC's Toolchest. Then 'Copy' one of the Ladder Blocks into your 90-30 or PAC Rx3i Target by holding down the Ctrl key while drag-n-dropping it onto the 'Program Blocks' in the Navigator window.
The QuickPanel Screen along with the 'Indexed Message Grid' can similarly be brought into your QP or QP+ Target.
If there is already variables in your project you may need to adjust some or all of those used here.
The logic here also will help you to understand the Array_Move Function blocks in PME.
There are two Proficy ME projects in the zip file one for VersaMax and one setup for 90-30 CPU364 but is the same for all of the 90-30 processors, but read the Manual GFK-2220 to get the correct port information for your CPU and configuration.
They are both working and well documented. They were done quite a while ago but I do not recall what version of PME is needed to open them.
It is my recommendation that we all use the latest version.
Good luck and have fun with it.
An Excel file to assist in laying out addresses and/or variables to control the serial ports on an IC695CMM002 or CMM004 module. It is incomplete in that this version only details the use variables used when the ports are configured as "Serial I/O" or the ASCII protocol.
This little utility will figure out the proper parameters for an SNP serial connection on a GEIP Series 90 PLC. It can then be used to Clear all faults in the CPU and put the CPU into RUN mode.
You can use the standard serial cable that one would use to program the PLC or build one following the diagram included. It is simple, easy and just may come in handy some day.
One problem, I can not get it to run in Windows 7, 64bit.
This wizard will assist in using the GE Fanuc COMM_REQ Function Block.
LogicMaster 3 Programming and Documentation Manual
GE Fanuc LM90 Special to assist LM90 to play nice with Windows 2K.
This is a scan of the Keyboard Map from the back of the Seris 1 Manual.