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Hi all, I'm fairly new to cx-programmer and I'm having a bit of difficulty with implementing the long timer (TIML). The ultimate goal is to set up two timers, the duration of which is dependent on some sort of user input from the HMI. I know for sure that the TIM will be insufficient in terms of timer length, and given I don't know the exact timing required I decided against just implementing multiple TIM timers. I've had a look at the manual and instruction help for TIML, where it says TIML D1 D2 S, where D1 corresponds to completion flag, D2 to PV and S to SV. No matter what I try, the timer just seems to finish immediately or shows Error (side note: is there any way to see what the error actually is?), no matter I define S to be. If I'm understanding the help correctly I should be able to do something like: TIML 200 D100 D200 where D200 is some value that I define? I guess that bit is what is tripping me up. As an example, one calculation for the timer resulted in the timer needing to be 24min (or 1440 seconds) in duration. So since TIML uses 0.1s increments I would want to define the S as 14400. How would I go about doing this? I am using cj1m cpu23 if that makes a difference. Regards, Jay
Hello, first of all sorry for my english skills. I've got two questions about a 20years old PLC from Omron (C200H CPU23). This PLC is still working in one of my machines and I have also a second one for the worst case scenario.... Now my Questions: If i take the Memory Unit (EEPROM) from the PLC 1 and connect it to the PLC 2 is my machine still running ? Did the PLC copy the programm automaticly from ROM to RAM and everything is fine? I also need a backup of the Memory Unit (c200h-me831). What are my options? Did I need a programming cable, Software (CX-One?) to make a Backup of the Program to a second Memory Unit? I hope there is someone who worked with this kind of PLC. Thanks a lot for helping me Greets Andy