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  1. Mitsibishi Q restart automatic

    At one of our plants we have problem with Mitsibishi Q (Q26UDEH) The PLC reset automatically by itself for unknown reason. The failure of the PLC causes a disruption in our production process. I have make  a counter in the software for counting the first-scan system bit voor analysing. I have exchanged the CPU, power supply, and basic rack, but the plc keeps starting up automatically. Does anyone have suggestions for solving this problem.
  2. Small and newly started Controls Company available to provide service in the following areas: Controls Design Panel Building PLC and HMI programming Commissioning Services 15+ years in controls and automation ranging from automotive to material handling.   Experienced with Rockwell and OMRON Can ship panels to anywhere in the world from Canada Will design and or build your panels to your specs and according to CEC and NEC regulations. Can commission your machines on site. www.ashtoncontrols.ca    
  3. Fuel tank level automatic report

    Hello, I have a fuel level reading system in a 2000 gallon diesel tank. the system has a slc 5 05 of rockwell. I need to connect the system to a printer located in an office 300 meters away from the tank. can someone give me lights about the type of printer I need and what communication technology to use, preferably wireless. Thanks.
  4. Choosing the right OMRON PLC - Vacuum System

    Hi All, I'm hoping someone can help me. We're currently in the very early stages of re-designing how our vacuum system works. Currently we have 6 vacuum pumps supplying around 8 different packaging machines which we currently have to turn on and off manually depending on the demand on the machines. The challenge is to design and implement a part or fully automated system to control the current vacuum pumps - The key requirements are Supply must equal demand for the vacuum pumps - so they are only used when neededAutomatic switch-off when not in useCycling the use of the vacuum pumps so as not to overuse oneAbility to take a pump out of the loop for service/breakdownsManual override/shut-offScope for expansionUser-friendly interface (possibly touch-screen/wireless)I am a complete novice when it comes to OMRON PLC work and would like some guidance on possibly similar projects or at least pointing in the right direction with which PLC to go for. Thanks for your time Jack
  5. Command Prompt Build

    Hey Guys. I'm starting also this topic for another important question I have. Is it possible to do a batch file that takes the software you stored on a server or TFS system and compile->Rebuild all in like command prompt or something? Has anybody tried anything similar to this?  If there are more than 1 programmers working on the same software that is centralized somewhere, I want the option that in the night the software is compiled and to have the feedback if 0 errors occurred or some errors occurred.   Thanks
  6. I am experiencing a serious problem. Everything went fine in my project for month. Yesterday when I "Transfer to Controller" (like I use to do several time a day) I got this Message : "Build is not complete. Process was aborted". So I build again, I Rebuild controler, I restart SysmacStudio, restart the computer, reset the hardware on the project ... nothing worked. Always the same message. So I opened a previous version of my code. Since it was allready built when saved, I had no problem transfering it in the controler. However, the moment I change a line (have to rebuild) on this backed up version... same problem appear. I finally got to the "output windows" (Alt+3) where I saw ALL build are failed. I've contacted my Omron representative and he is trying to help but he seem as lost as I am. Please help if you can, I am using Sysmac Studio 1.13 on Windows 10. I also have a HMI wired to the project and everything work fine with it.  
  7. I am needing some help developing a string, and setting up communications that will be interpreted by a printer. I have thus developed my string, setup my com ports on my 1766 micrologix and setup com ports on my schmidt styliner scribing printer with win7e. Essentially this is plc to computer running software for a printer. the software has been setup to the best of my knowledge. My problem is creating a string that will be recognized as start/stop transmission at the printer. I have never done ascii so I am unfamiliar with how to get the two components talking. This is a simple application that only requires writing a string to the printer, but i have tried all that i can without any luck.