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  1. That's the Mitsubishi forum and not Omron. But try to set it again in the menu View\Toolbars.
  2. GXWorks2 - K8M300?

    Yes, because it is written in the manual. K1 means 4 bits. And as you can see from your example, it is valid also for D registers. Of course also for X, Y and M.
  3. screen saver on HMI

    Hi all, I have PLC FX3U (I use GX Works2) and HMI GT2310 (I use GT Works3). I would like to program some screen saver on the HMI where the real time and date would be displayed. That's no problem. But I would like to change step by step the position of both these items on the screen. Similar like 3D text with the Time setting in Windows standard screen saver. I didn't find any possibility how to automatically move any texts on the screen except several screens changing with several different time and date positions on the screens. I can program let's say 10 screens with 10 different time and date positions but the screens change with two different time and date positions always shortly switch off the time and date displaying (their displaying is always shortly interrupted during two screens change). The change of the time and date position should be without any interruption. Any idea how to do it please? Thanks. Lambir
  4. Number of ON bits in word

    If it is for FX PLCs, the instruction SUM should do it (FNC 43 – SUM / Sum of Active Bits - this instruction counts the number of "1" (ON) bits in the data of a specified device). Or DSUM for 32 bits.
  5. Output Module problem

    If you only add that new extension module and the PLC is under voltage, that extension module is not automatically found. Only powered. You need to disconnect the main power supply and connect it back. Recently I had similar problem with an analogue card and the main power supply disconnecting/connecting helped me to solve it.
  6. How it works data type k4m400

    Hi, the page 83 (chapter 5.2.2) in the attached manual.   Programovaci_manual_serie_FX_GB.pdf
  7. FR S520S inverter reverse frequency problem

    Hi FranzPLC, I don't know Mitsubishi frequency inverters (I use Schneider Electric) but I would say you have setup some Multispeed when you want to run the motor reverse. At first try to find, if any Multispeed is setup to 25Hz. If yes, then try to find if this Multispeed is used for the reverse instead of the signal on the analogue input (I suppose you use 0-10V or 4-20mA for forward - from PLC for example, or 0-10V from a potentiometer). I also suppose you use digital inputs for forward and reverse. If yes, try to find the settings for the digital input which is used for reverse. There will be probably setup the Multispeed. If you send the commands for forward and reverse from PLC via some serial link, it will be probably more complicated.
  8. FX3GE with GS series HMI

    Congratulations ...
  9. FX3GE with GS series HMI

    Your answer was quicker than my.
  10. FX3GE with GS series HMI

    No, because he is not so young like other players. He is preparing for a new NHL season. I think your team is better and you will win ...
  11. FX3GE with GS series HMI

    I don't know but it should be possible to find it in some documentation. I got the information about PLC - HMI connection from our local Mitsubishi distributor. Btw, will you watch hockey between Canada and Czech Rep. on Saturday (World cup)?  What is your tip?
  12. FX3GE with GS series HMI

    Hi, look at here - Lambir
  13. FX3GE to GS2107 Ethernet Connection

    I also inserted the printscreen of my settings but it wasn't displayed in my answer. I don't know why.
  14. FX3GE to GS2107 Ethernet Connection

    Hi, here is my working settings: You have wrong port numbers. The HMI should have 5019 instead of 5556 and PLC 5556 instead of 5551. Try it. Lambir
  15. how to count number of ON bit in a word?

    There is the instruction SUM in FX PLCs. This instruction counts the number of "1" (ON) bits in the data of a specified device.