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  1. Depending on the value of your flow data you could use an implied decimal point. By multiplying the floating point value(by 10,100) with a destination of an integer.   Then moving the decimal back after it gets to Wonderware.
  2. 1747-NI8 Open Circuit

    The module has status bits to monitor for an open circuit. Is the program using these bits to cause the machine to go down. Check programming for this.
  3. ML1200 and 1762-IF4

    Check and double check the flat ribbon cable between the controller and modules.    
  4. DF1 Polling and PLC Fault

    Is this PLC connected to any real loads ( inductive loads) if so do they have surge protection? Check and double check grounding also.
  5. 1762-IF4 power question

    See PDF LED_status.pdf
  6. RSS file to convert

    You're welcome
  7. RSS file to convert

    Here.. Good luck as there is no documentation. FELDMANN2020_05_11CON3329B.pdf
  8. TCP connection

    Answer may be here.. see link https://www.advancedhmi.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=14&chapter=0
  9. Password protected PLC programs

    Not that I know of.
  10. The serial port may not be configured for DF1. Have you tried to clear the memory?  Did you click on autoconfigure with RSLinx? This will default the serial port to DF1 (see pdf's) ClearMemorySLC.pdf ClearMemSLC.pdf
  11. 1747-UIC DB9 Pinout colours

    You will be happy with the results.
  12. 1747-UIC DB9 Pinout colours

    Contact supplier.. https://www.plccable.com/contact-about-us/
  13. Double check input selection dip switch, default is current. See PDF dipswitch.pdf
  14. Can you provide the complete catalog number of your Omega transmitter. And the Analog card. 10volts to power a transmitter is very unusual.   And where is the 10 volts coming from on the PLC side?