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  1. Am trying to use your HHMMSS FBs Paraffin Power. Do I have to use both timers and the one shot? Cant seem to get the timer started.



  2. E-Designer

    Hi Clandy Give Beijer in the UK a bell. Excellent team.
  3. Good Quality Affordable HMI & SCADA

    Beijer x2 family mate
  4. daylight readable omron HMI solution?

    Beijer make a great daylight readable Hmi which talks Ethernet/ip to NJ or NX controllers.
  5. How to set MX2 so it starts ("RUN") automatically after power on

    Wire the run signal through the 'ready ' output relay
  6. GOT recipe record list.

    Beijer's X2 and their old E1000 handle recipes infinitely better.
  7. E1012 to GOT2000 conversion

    I've found the e1000 to Beijer iX conversion tool a better bet. And you end up with a better Hmi, too. Included in iXDeveloper
  8. What is the benefit of using Structured programming?

    I think this is a problem specific to Mitsubishi, confirming my opinion that it should be thrown in the bin.
  9. E-Designer Software

    Still for sale, it's not expensive.
  10. CP1L EM as Modbus tcp client.

  11. CP1L EM as Modbus tcp client.

    Hello Not used Cp1L in a long time. Can the CP1L EM be a Modbus Client? Is there a FB? And if yes, can it talk to multiple servers? Thanks
  12. NA bad responsiveness

    Is it not just a slow Hmi? 
  13. 'Slave Application Error" with NX-ECC20x

    The 'backplane' connection with the Nx I/O is rubbish. I had endless problems with a system. This was one of the million errors that would randomly appear. Omron recommend cleaning the contacts and fitting clamps either end to hold it together. Of course, ether cat is not a silver bullet and all usual noise mitigation techniques are required. Pp 
  14. Temperature control; motorised gas valve

    Thanks for the replies.  Your last guess is right. It stays where I leave it. I can move the actuator but then do I have to wait to monitor the temperature response? 
  15. Hello I have a motorised gas valve. There is no feedback. I'd like to control a temperature with it. Is there a preferred methodology?  I'm still at the 'open it, wait, gauge the reaction'. Is this the only option open to me? Thanks