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About DeadPool

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  • Birthday May 29

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  1. Hi guys. Today is my last day of internship at EPGC. These past 19 weeks has been a lot of ups and downs. But I am glad I managed to pull through the 19 weeks. This is the last time you will hear from me. Bye everyone. 

  2. Beckhoff PLC Counter

    Wow. That is really a lot of useful information. Really beneficial and has helped me a lot definitely. Thank you for your time and your kind reply. I will try out as what you have mentioned. I am really close to finishing the boot-up counter now. Thank you very much Mr Iman. Have a great day.

  4. Beckhoff PLC Counter

    Shall try the part you mentioned above. Thanks a lot for helping! Much appreciated.
  5. Beckhoff PLC Counter

    Hi Mr Iman,   Is it possible though, for me to record the number of times the system rebooted in a CSV file? Would there be sufficient time for the controller to record the number of times the system rebooted into a CSV file during a power failure mode?
  6. Thank you very much for your reply Mr Iman. Really appreciated it.


    Best regards.

    1. imankarimi


      Your welcome

  7. I just want to get over and done with my intern. Currently at my 12th week. I have still this week and another 6 more left to endure. I just want my holidays. I am just a kid. I want to have fun. I am not ready to shoulder the burden of adult life. 

  8. Beckhoff PLC Counter

    Hi everyone, I need some help with my PLC programming. I am currently using a twincat 2 software and a Beckhoff CX 8090. Basically, the gist of my program is to send and receive data and datalog the input data received from the sensors and timestamp the received data for every 1 second. I want to create a boot up counter where it will count the number of times my data logging program has restarted(if it did). This boot up counter serves as a health monitoring check to ensure that my program is running perfectly and thus, not restarting randomly when it shouldn't. I am more familiar with structured text so if you have a solution, kindly post it in structured text form. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Best regards, DeadPool