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  1. Mitsubishi FX2N Battery Error

    Hence the phrase "Pennywise, Pound foolish"
  2. 1756-EN2T Anomalies

    BobL, I've made the same discovery a few years ago.  Simply trying to "change" a module type or copy and pasting anything in the IO Tree usually fails.  Rather, it required a new instance and then download.
  3. Ethernet MAC Address

    if you are at least with in the same subnet, you should also see the MAC in BootP/DHCP tool.  Additionally, your should be able to access the internal webpage of the ENBT via a browser and see the MAC there as well.  If I'm repeating, I apologize, didn't read entire thread.
  4. No Out Put Signal from Part in Place sensor to PLC

    Various Allen-Bradley processors have different means of storing and retaining the program.  We'll need to know the specific controller model number to help further. 
  5. HMI user

    The programmer might have used the original functionality of the FactoryTalk regarding users and passwords based upon the Windows philosophy.  Then again, they may have developed a PLC logic based security system.  Either way look at global tagging and the macros as well as the security settings of the application.
  6. RSLogix5000 Transfer function

    Best of luck with your request.  Don't think anyone here is going to do this for you.  You should make your request to Rockwell, you would need to justify the departure from IEC61131 and the "standard" transfer function. Rather, you have the ability to create your own algorithm and encapsulate as an AOI and publish it here for review.
  7. SLC 5/03 System Conversion To Ethernet

    To Joe's point, I have done several projects where we install a CompactLogix and replace the SLC5/03 with the 1747-AENT.  There are limitations, i.e. certain modules that can not be in the rack.  Can't remember the specific ones, it's been 8+ years since I did this.  The manual for the 1747-AENT describes the limitations.
  8. Vibration sensor recommendation

    Forgive me for the outdated information (15 years ago).  I've never used a vibration sensor that wasn't associated with a specific vibration monitoring system.  Those would have been Bentley/Nevada or SKF. I'm not saying that one doesn't exist for interface to a PLC.  Maybe others have more recent experience with sensors and interfaces.
  9. SLC 5/03 System Conversion To Ethernet

    Seen some DH485 to E/IP converters by ProSoft and others.  Might be worth a try.
  10. Multiple IO-Link module

    Each IO Link Master requires a separate instance in the IO Tree with a different IP address.  One thing often overlooked is that the instance must be done from the add module portion.  Do not copy and past another instance.  Additionally, each Rockwell processor has different limitations with regards to TCP/IP and CIP connections.  Read the manual to ensure you don't exceed those limitations.
  11. View Designer PanelView 5310 Beginner Question

    I will store multiple projects.  When you create the mer and then do the transfer, there is a radio button for "Replace Communications".  Make sure that's turned on and then download.  After reboot, Rev B should show up.
  12. Firmware matching

    Install v24 of RSLogix 5000.
  13. Cannot reset servo drive warnings

    Every servo manufacturer will have some alarms, warnings and fault that can only be reset by a power cycle.  Consult your manual.
  14. Click PLC and Remote Access via Secomea SiteManager

    Ethernet.  I've used SiteManagers for many years but not with Click.  I've found an agent driver for Koyo, but can't hit on right combination to actually connect.
  15. Does anyone have any experience to share regarding gaining remote access via Secomea or any similar device?  Specifically, how to configure an "Agent" and it's settings to successfully get online with the Click?