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  1. CC-Link IE Protocols

    Interesting.. I will look into this. I did find some differences though: Time Sensitive Networks (TSN)TSN is a timing and synchronization standard built on the Ethernet standard that uses a profile of IEEE-1588 hardware synchronization. TSN requires the same hardware consideration for controllers as 1588 hardware timed sync in that it needs a direct connection from the NIC to the timing source. TSN differs from 1588 hardware in that TSN networks will generate an error if synchronization falls out of expected bounds, unlike 1588 hardware sync, and that TSN timing packets have priority scheduling. Having priority means that TSN timing packets will be sent out from the grandmaster and from TSN enabled switching devices without latency as they will not have to wait for other packets in the buffer to be sent. This guarantees tight synchronization regardless of the amount of network traffic. TSN and 1588 networks are not compatible and would need to be bridged with compliant hardware.
  2. CC-Link IE Protocols

    CC-Link  in just the branding of the total network. You can compare CC-Link to profibus DP but you don't need any GSD files. CC-Link IE Field (Gbps) (Motion/Safety) is one network. IE stands for industrial ethernet but It. It is determenistic and uses network numbers and stations numbers. You can compare this to  profinet RT or profinet IRT CC-Link IE Field basic (IP adress based) you can compare to profinet IO. CC-Link IE Control is the same but you can only connect controllers together where with CC-Link IE field you can cconnect everything. CC-Link IE TSN is based on IEEE TSN. Which makes makes deterministic network possible on an IP based network. also every message is time stamped and other non TSN protocols can still run over the same backbone like modbus tcp/ip for instance. The profibus foundation is also working on a profinet TSN version but there are no products available.  CC-Link IE TSN is as far as i know the first and only industrial network available and there are some vendors who have products available like Mitsubishi. there are also a lot of swiches etc for TSN networks as it has been used in audio/visual world for years. Hope this helps  
  3. There ares some dedicated instrcution which use network number referencing. also you can use variables like Jxx\G were xx is the network number
  4. Modbus Tcp Ip Simulate

    modbus works. But you do not need code as a slave you oly need to add a modbus port in the external device configuration
  5. This is impossible.. Why do you think D10120 and D10020 are the same ? Most likely one is being written into the other. Maybe via an indexed register 
  6. Modbus Tcp Ip

     you are going to be the modbus server so you won't have to do any programming just parameters. Which PLC are you using ?
  7. E1101

    E-designer and you can connect via ethernet
  8. I see that in step 91 that there we're some Special A registers that did not get converted. You will have to check this. The migration tool provides an HTML file which shows you this. Did you check that ? SM1255 and SD1255 are non converted parts 
  9. That is strange that would mean it is not recognizing the ETX. It's giving you the data after 512 char (fixed length) also the reason the data is jumping. you should get 20 per second. Are you downloading the intel function module ?? and reset the PLC after ? It's the second tab on the download window  
  10. I see you're problem you are not using Xn3 to read the requests So in you're case X63. This input turns on automatically when a message is received. You should use this program     Change it to this I've also attached the program SCALE - TEST_NL.gxw
  11. Yes that's what i meant but i just checked the QC24N only looks at the etx and not the stx. Don't get why it's jumping around in the registers. The message is always 17Char (looks like you've disabled sum check). Maybe it's something in your program ? Can you send it or a screen grab of that part  
  12. Looks indeed that the string starts with a 02 and end with 0D. so I would set this up as STX and ETX. Since one print does CMD make you receive the value the PLC is receiving on the HOD. G.Output would be the instruction to use however using the continuous mode should work.   Give it a try with the right STX and ETX  
  13. send data from CH1 rs485 F5Xu

    Must be something strange in your program .  
  14. send data from CH1 rs485 F5Xu

    You can also use the RS instruction.