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  1. HMI Remote Viewer

    Hello, I'm from Poland. I would like to use the Sony Xperia Z to communicate with Omron NB screens using free software Omron HMI Remote Viewer. Unfortunately, I can not install this software. The attempt ends with the message "Your device is not compatible with this version". Android have software version 5.0.2. Does anyone in this matter can advise me something? Thank you in advance. Bogdan
  2. I have a 2 axis control that runs a pair of identical servo drives. as of late I have been getting reports from the operators that the two motors, while jogging forward will suddenly run in the reverse direction at a high rate of speed. There is not a reversing function on these axes in an way. I am suspecting there may be a problem in the analog output of the module causing an inversion of the signal which in turn causes the motors to run in reverse. This setup has been in operation without any instance of this happening for around 5yrs before any issue with out of control runs. All cabling has been checked and is properly shielded and grounded.
  3. 1747-AENTR

    Hello, would like to change some ideas with you. I´m working in a new project and need convert an SLC500 to Controllogix, with a 1747-AENTR is possible create a SLC500 Eth remote.... but in my case i have two 1746-A13 (conected by expansor) and can´t add all the modules in a rslogix5000 aplication. In the 1747-AENTR manual say that is possible in the v21.00 of the rslogix5000... I really need install this new version? Don´t have other way? Thank you! Vitor Prado
  4. I am working on Remote IO panel and plan to use the following components: 1734-AENT 1734-OW4 - qty 2 1734-IE4C I wonder if I need to separate the bus between the relay output module and analog input module? Or anywhere else in this setup? Thanks.
  5. Hello, I'm working with some old Allen-Bradley SLC5/04 systems with 1747-SN modules. The module is located in Slot1. One system is only using the RIO module for a PV1000. How do you know where the "M-Files" for Analog I/O modules and/or Panelviews are located? I see programming using locations such as: M1:1.810 where 60 words are being copied from a Remote I/O PV1000 to some words for the SLC to utilize, but I don't understand why "M1:1.810" was used instead of, for example, "M1:1.800"? I looked and so far cannot find information pertaining to the words other than what is in the User's manual, and it doesn't address this issue. The panelview in my example uses all of Logical Rack 0, Full Rack addressing. Any help would be most appreciated. I have very little experience with the RIO stuff because almost everything I've worked with in the past has been Devicenet.
  6. I need to change the IP address of an existing PLC. Only access I have is remote (VPN). Is there any issue with downloading the same program - with the IP address changed - to the existing processor? Then change the local network range to match, etc...
  7. Allen-Bradley Ethernet Driver for .NET

    Version 3.9.8

    2766 downloads

    .NET Component for use in Visual Studio.NET to create HMI/SCADA apps that communicate with A-B ControlLogix, CompactLogix, Micro800 Series, PLC5, SLC500, and MicroLogix PLCs via Ethernet.   Supports unsolicited messages Does not require OPC, RSLinx, or 3rd party drivers x86, x64, and Any CPU compatible Visual Studio.NET 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2017 compatible Most .NET targets are supported, including Web, Windows, console, and service apps. Can be configured programmatically or visually Visually design your entire communications configuration without writing a single line of code Extremely high performance - 5~10 mSec typical transaction time Supports ControlLogix family native tag names Supports reading and writing entire ControlLogix family UDTs and PDTs Supports block transfers of up to 250 words per transaction Tag database can be configured via code or visual designer Abstract base classes allow you to write generic code that works with all drivers Synchronous and asynchronous read/write methods Data change notifications Provides common user interface across all driver classes No limit on number of devices or data points Multi-threaded for high data throughput Includes extensive help system Example applications with VB and C# source code included. Easily connect office systems to factory floor. Runtime-free for qualified applications  
  8. File Name: A-B Ethernet Driver for .NET File Submitter: Automated Solutions File Submitted: 13 Dec 2007 File Category: Demo Software .NET Component for use in Visual Studio.NET to create HMI/SCADA apps that communicate with A-B ControlLogix, CompactLogix, Micro800 Series, PLC5, SLC500, and MicroLogix PLCs via Ethernet. Supports unsolicited messages Does not require OPC, RSLinx, or 3rd party drivers. x86, x64, and Any CPU compatible Visual Studio.NET 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2013 Compatible Most .NET targets are supported, including Web, Windows, console, and service apps. Can be configured programmatically or visually Visually design your entire communications configuration without writing a single line of code Extremely high performance - 5~10 mSec typical transaction time Supports ControlLogix family native tag names Supports reading and writing entire ControlLogix family UDTs and PDTs Supports block transfers of up to 250 words per transaction Tag database can be configured via code or visual designer Abstract base classes allow you to write generic code that works with all drivers Synchronous and asynchronous read/write methods Data change notifications Provides common user interface across all driver classes No limit on number of devices or data points Multi-threaded for high data throughput Includes extensive help system Example applications with VB and C# source code included. Easily connect office systems to factory floor. Runtime-free for qualified applications Click here to download this file