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  1. RSlinx help

    To add to what pturmel said, check with your local Rockwell Distributor's Automation Support Specialist as well.  They can guide you in how to approach Rockwell and get the Serial Numbers tranferred to you at your new company name.
  2. Do a cross reference on testbits.4 and testbits.5 .. My money is on them being used in more than 1 place.  What I see doesn't match how the logic should work.
  3. Allen Bradley 2198-abqe

    Is this a new install? If it is a failed unit you might want to consider Radwell or Rockwell for repair of yours.
  4. Omron NA5-7W001

    The Omron NA5 runs an embedded version of Windows 10 from what I can see, so you should be able to load the Cognex Insight Viewer Application {VisionView}  and call it from a script.   We did this on Panelview Plus HMI with Insight 5800, but I've never tried it in the Omron HMi World.
  5. @Hot Rod welcome to the mrplc forum.  I've moved your post from the AB Forum to Omron Forum as it is more about how to use an Omron piece of Software than anything Allen Bradley Rockwell.  The Omron "experts" here will chime in with suggestions very shortly I am sure, but in the meantime let me ask the obvious.  Do you have the manuals for the Micrologix and the NQB and have you tried what is suggested there.  Trying something and posting your failure will get you more responses than just asking, "solve this for me"
  6. IoT plan for alarm system notifications using SMS

    Not sure if it works with anything other than ROCKWELL, but you might want to check out WIN911.
  7. SCL05/04 Connection

    @robror_ I'll second the advice of Joe E and add If you've got spare ControlLogix Racks and Parts then a 1756-DHRIO Iand 1756-EN2T can make a gateway to connect ethernet to the SLC 5/04.  DOne it , but now days there are cheaper solutions.
  8. @PaulKim1003 If you Right Click on the Processor in RSlinx do you ahve the option to upload EDS? If so I'd do it.  That may resolve the issue.  If it's software, but I suspect like @Joe E. suggests its hardware.
  9. Red Lion Flexedge VPN

    I've not used RedLion Flexedge but it appears it uses OpenVpn .   Found this on redlion site -->
  10. PME 8.60 Software license.

    I would check with your local ge partner.
  11. I would recommend you delete the harmony files and restart RSLinx. the great @TimWilborne has posted an excellent howto here -->  
  12. If you browse the desired project path in RSLinx do you get to the processor? I've had to clear project path , before I could set project path when it had a bogus path. Not sure either of the above will help, but it is what comes to mind to try.
  13. So if I understand the circuit in question you have a Hot Wire from a 250 VA Inverter in Cabinet #1, to an SSR normally open contact in cabinet #2, to ten-watt LED in either Cabinet #3 or Cabinet #1 and the the Neutral from the 250 VA Inverter comes to the LED as well. You will as I understand the NEC need to fuse the wire leaving the Inverter to protect it at the amp rating of either the wire or the SSR whichever is less.  So an AWG20 conductor if used is rated for 3 amps and you'd need to fuse for that. It's not that the inverter can't produce the 10 amps that's the issue, in the event of a malfunction and one of the higher ampacity wires is shorted to your 10 amp ssr you want the fuse to blow before the SSR or the wire fails.
  14. 1734-aent-c Error 16#0203

    So my basic reading of the manual @pturmel will correct me.  Means your before RPI was actually 16 ms {rule of 2s} and after was 512 ms. So before you were sending 62.5 level readings per second over the wifi after your sending 2 level readings per second over the wifi. 1/30 of the wifi traffic so a much more stable system.
  15. 1734-aent-c Error 16#0203

    Page 86 of this manual - should give you a good start to understanding RPI. To have a chance at fully explaining we'd need to know your OLD RPI and your NEW RPI.