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  1. Comm1 orange LED steady and communication problems

    If you need to backup, restore or program the PLC, you can use the RS232C Port. You'll need a Host Link cable.
  2. Omron C200H CN225 Cable

      Fujitsu   IDC PNK/BLK 9 10 PNK/RED 1 9 YEL/BLK 10 8 YEL/RED 2 7 WHT/BLK 11 6 WHT/RED 3 5 GRY/BLK 12 4 GRY/RED 4 3 TAN/BLK 13 2 TAN/RED 5 1 Your safest bet would be to buy a cable. It looks like it's non-stock yet still available at some electronics suppliers.  
  3. Omron C200H CN225 Cable

    PNK/BLK 9 PNK/RED 1 YEL/BLK 10 YEL/RED 2 WHT/BLK 11 WHT/RED 3 GRY/BLK 12 GRY/RED 4 TAN/BLK 13 TAN/RED 5 The only nomenclature on the plug is "XS" and "J016A". I'll be honest, I checked the first 4 wires then assumed the rest.  
  4. Omron C200H CN225 Cable

    Assuming your cable is not completely destroyed, the order is the same on both ends. Main Color/Sqare Dot PNK/BLK PNK/RED YEL/BLK YEL/RED WHT/BLK WHT/RED GRY/BLK GRY/RED TAN/BLK TAN/RED
  5. Omron C200H CN225 Cable

    Interesting, Omron is usually really good about documenting their cables. My search didn't turn up anything. This one would be very difficult to make without the proper tools. I have one here on my desk. What do you need?
  6. Can a CJ2M communicate to a C200H??

    Nice. Having the C200HG should make it a lot easier. I'm pretty sure you can do it via ethernet if you have room for another module on the C200HG. Unfortunately, I've never done this. Thus my short answer. :) Let's hope that BobB or Michael Walsh will respond with some details. In the meantime have a look at the manuals for the Ethernet modules for each CPU. This will contain details on the communication protocols. Omron is very good with backward compatibility. I do have the equipment here in our shop to test but don't have the extra time right now.
  7. Can a CJ2M communicate to a C200H??

    I will give the short answer, yes. Although I don't believe it will be the protocol the current C200H are using.  What is the complete part number of your C200H? This makes a difference especially in hardware. The CPU01/CPU02 (pre-alpha series) will require an LK201 Host Link module. They come in CPU mount and rack mount style. You are probably already aware since you have some communicating with each other already. They are most likely communicating via PC Link since you say they are sharing LR registers. The CJ2M does not support PC Link that I'm aware, and it does not have LR registers. At minimum, they can communicate via Host Link protocol. You may have to write some ladder using TXD/RXD. There may be easier methods but first tell us the full part numbers on the CPU and serial port/modules.  
  8. Devicenet problems

    DeviceNet is indeed finicky. Along with the above advice, check that you have a strong 24VDC at your remote location. If your problem persists, you may want to use a dedicated power supply. Preferably at the remote location if you can manage it. 
  9. I think this would depend on the communications protocol used and will have to include all other connections. The Ethernet/IP Units Operation Manual W465 gives guidance for calculating the number of connections.
  10. Data Types for MAM instruction

    I understand the confusion here. This is not a conversion. The DINT to DINT here is the transport only via your DeviceNet. If you monitor them in the DINT state, they will actually appear to be gibberish as they are actually REAL. No bits were changed during the process you describe here.
  11. CJ1M con CJ1W-EIP21 a ControlLogix

  12. NB designer save multiple screenshots

    I doubt this feature will be added to the NB. The NA5 will do this and much more.
  13. Nice! Thank you for your results. I was actually wanting to try this myself as a home project on a Raspberry Pi. I'm glad to see others have success with it.
  14. Do you know the IP address of the CP1L-E? Do you have CX Programmer? I have not tried using the software in the link I provided. The user in the link had success. Also the author has provided his email address. 
  15. I was unaware the CP1L-E was capable of Socket Services. This is an option. Since you are using Python, have a look at the link below.
  16. I'm not familiar with OpenCV or Python but I would have to believe the communications will be much more efficient exchanging Bytes or Words. I would dedicate a Word to the Booleans you wish to exchange.  For reading and writing you would need to perform Logical operations on the Word to extract the Boolean. The CP1L has advanced instructions for this but with Python you'll likely have to do it discretely.
  17. cpu cpm1a

    1)  Call Omron with proof of ownership. They can unlock it. 2)  Write a new program and perform a Download. Any other discussion about bypassing passwords is prohibited in these forums.
  18. Split a byte to two nybbles

    I'm not aware of a nibble data type per the IEC 61131-3 standard. If you need the upper nibble of a Byte, you could create a function to shift the bits 4 places to the right.
  19. PLC CJ1G-CPU45H Problem

    The RS232C port is not a standard pin out. Did you replace with the proper cable?
  20. Connection with a CPM2A PLC

    They make these pin outs complex because they support many useful functions and protocols. It's not much different than other PLC manufacturer. The cable diagrams are documented in detail and can be made easily and inexpensive.
  21. MC_MoveRelative doesn't work

    Not that I'm aware of. It may be a good idea to check that it is Not Active.
  22. Factory talk view

    Alternatively, you could rotate your graphic x degrees in a graphics program (like MSPaint 3D, Corel or PhotoShop). Save it then use them both directly on top of each other. Use the visibility to alternate them. They will appear to rotate if you adjust your graphics properly. 
  23. nx102 cpu password

    1) Contact the manufacturer of the equipment. 2) If you own the equipment and the rights to the program. (Written proof), then Omron should be able to help you get it unlocked. Those are your options.
  24. Stl 4bytes to real

    It does exist. What controller are you using? What is the Keyence device? Is this EtherNet/IP?