dekor

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  1. Siemens S7-1200 & drives series in Labview

    Have a look on YouTube. Search for PC Simu . If you like them, then search for download link. It has drivers for Logo, S7 200, S7-1200,  S7-1500. Is free of charge. All you need is a password.  You will obtain free of charge just asking to creator by e-mail. His e-mail you will find on Help / About. This is only requirement. 
  2. PCMCIA Card (CP5512)

    One more think that you should know.  If you are using Microwin on Win10, then you must have SP9 installed. 
  3. PCMCIA Card (CP5512)

    As I wrote above: s7-200 has no MPI. Please,  check the system manual. PPI is the native for S7-200. ProfiBus is present only on few CPU, not all family has this  option. I suggest you to look for an USB PPI adapter.   
  4. PCMCIA Card (CP5512)

    No offence,  I asked if you are sure about communication with S7-200. Majority of S7-200 CPU don't has a ProfiBus port. MPI ? Never on S7-200.  My answer is based on your question.  I suggest you to upgrade to an USB adapter.  
  5. PCMCIA Card (CP5512)

    Are you sure that this adapter can be used in S7-200? Better you will look for an USB RS485 adapter. Make right connection on plc port side and you will solve this problem. 
  6. Hi dekor ,

    Can you send me the rs232_tty converter diagram that you build and test it .

    I can't find it in the forums

  7. Hi dekor,, 

    I need your help in one circut that you made in2017. Using 1 pb to create on off out put I see ur video but I couldn't made it and new in plc world, using s7 300 thank yoi

     

  8. CM1241 send only zeros RS 485

    It seems that you mixed S7-200 with S7-1200. S7-1200 can  be accessed by Ethernet interface, not by RS485 ( you wrote RS458...). Try to explain again.
  9. Simatic C7-621, USB interface won't work.

    Hi, I suggest you to do a "repair" of Step7.
  10. op320-a communication

    Where is the connection between M0.0 and V0.0 ?
  11. op320-a communication

    Hi, Microwin dont know other operating panel than TD200. On other software that you use, you must select type of plc, method of communication (ppi, modbus RTU, ProfiBus...), plc address, communication rate, mailbox, .... Sometimes is necessary to create into plc program a communication function. Therefore you may need to set your port to communicate as Modbus, or RS232 ASCII, or something else according to your HMI. I never used OP 320, so I suggest you to check on manufacturer web page for examples. Good luck!
  12. op320-a communication

    Hello , Have you set correctly the address of PLC on HMI project? Communication rate also? Are those parameters mach on both sides? Add some screenshot with communication settings from both projects, PLC and HMI.
  13. S7-200 Communication Problem

    Should I understand that you succeeded? It Was communication port occupied?
  14. S7-200 Communication Problem

    As far I know, only Microwin with SP9 can workon win 10. CPU in stop is useful for situations when PLC use the port for communication with different devices. When is in stop mode, the port is released and you can communicate with him through Microwin.
  15. S7-200 Communication Problem

    Hi, 1. for Win10 you must use Microwin SP9 2. Add a larger screenshot of your computer 3. Did you select the right com port? 4. Did you select right communication rate? Usually 19200. 5. Try to put CPU in Stop mode using selector and try again to connect in stop mode.