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  1. INDIRECT REGISTER

    i want to use indirect register, but why contact 100,IR0 is not ON, is it my program correct?
  2. Input cards, DI8x24VDC BA, 6ES7 131-6BF01-0AA0, NEW in box ,quantity 10 IO-Link CD-Master 4SI SIRIUS, 3RK1 005-0LB00-0AA0, NEW in box, quantity 4 IO-Link Master 4SI IO-Link, 6ES7 138-4GA50-0AB0, NEW in box, quantity 3 IO-Link Communication Module, CM 4xIO-Link, 6ES7 137-6BD00-0AB0, NEW in box, quantity 1 CM AS-Master ST, 3RK7 137-6SA00-0BC1, New in box, quantity 1   Located in USA.  Make offer, shipping included.   Pictures available on request, send email address in a PM.
  3. I am new to PLC programing, I want to connect FX5U and MR-JE-_C via CC-link. When I connect FX5U and MR-JE-_C directly everything works, but when I connect them in HUB (I need to use HUB because later I want to connect GOT2000) I am getting error 86.1(network communication error) on amplifier. Previously I set up IPs shown on pictures below, now sometimes works, sometime doesn't work and sometimes works for 30 seconds and I get same error. Did I miss something? I don't know what to try else.  
  4. I'm writing a PLC program (Q Series Mitsubishi PLC, GXWORKS 2 Software) for a package sorting machine. The logic of the machine is the following:   Packages are induced in the conveyor. A barcode reader scanner gets the package barcode. Barcode is send to our SMS (sorting management system), it calcules the exit and send it back to the PLC. Package travels to the calculed exit, then is derived into the chute.   The tracking of the products is done by an encoder and a shift register. This means that every memory address represents a physical position in the conveyor. Then, the shift register move the bits representing the packages along the memory buffer, till the bit arrives to an address that represents an exit, so the package can be derived.   My problem is not the tracking of the product, but the product ID tracking:   When a package enters in the conveyor, an ID is set for that product (1,2,...,n). The idea is that this ID is used to track the state of that package, for example if the package was derived in the correct exit, if it has a damaged barcode, etc.   My question is, how can I track this ID along in an efficient way. I was thinking in use the same shift register not moving a sole bit, but moving a larger number for example |1|0000011|, where the first bit acts like a flag that represents the existence of a product and the rest of the numbers is the product ID. When the flag gets to the exit address I can substract 10000011 - 10000000 = 00000011, to get the product ID.   Is any more efficient way to do this ?
  5. Omron NJ501 - IFM IO-Link - Wenglor U1KT001

    Hi, I am looking at reading an ultrasonic sensor value through IO-Link, using a Omron NJ501-1320 PLC connected through EtherCat to a IFM AL1332 master with a Wenglor U1KT001 Ultrasonic sensor. I have managed to read the 2 outputs of the sensor using this: Output_1 := TestABit(USINT_TO_BYTE(TxPDO_input_byte_1_6000_02),USINT#0); Output_2 := TestABit(USINT_TO_BYTE(TxPDO_input_byte_1_6000_02),USINT#1); But cannot read the ultrasonic sensor distance value, this is what page 2 in the manual says: Measured Value in 1/10 mm 2…15 14 Bit 300…4500 Octet 1 Subindex 3 (LSB) 2 1 Bit Offset 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 I tried a couple of conversions but couldn`t get the distance reading. Any ideas? Help appreciated.
  6. Hello, I have an M2I Top RW (model: 1000WD) connected to a Schneider Modicon M221 PLC. The HMI is connected and I is working perfectly reading data from the PLC via ethernet. I can't seem to find a way to write to the PLC from the HMI. I would like to control the PLC from the HMI, I know this is possible with Fatek PLCs with the same HMI model. please help - how would I create a bit command from the HMI to the PLC? what registers? what inputs in the PLC? thanks
  7. Hello everyone! I've installed GX works 3 according to the instructions in "https://plc4me.com/gx-works3-v1-308q-mitsubishi-full-real-100/". I don't get any errors, I can run the PLC and simulate completely OK. In the communication test, when the configuration is missing some components in the module list: Input, output, I / O module,... (https://ibb.co/ZVMcmQn) I hope you can answer for me?
  8. Dear Engineerds,   My Master (non siemens) doesn't see the Holding Registers of the Slave (S7-1200) plc. However the Q coils are fine and all Diagnostics don't show errors. The Hardware: S7-1200 – CPU 1215C CM PtP – CB1241 RS485 (6ES7 241-1CH30-1XB0) - Half Duplex RS584   Firmware: Modbus_Comm_Load (V3.1) Modbus_Slave (V4.0)   I've tried with various DB, UDTs and manipulating HR_Start_offset parameter with no success. Could you advise what am I possibly missing? Modbus_Comm_Load_DB_Snapshot.xlsx Modbus_Slave_DB_Snapshot.xlsx
  9. Hello everyone, As the title suggests I am trying to display on a GOT1000 the real time frequency that the inverter is running at. I have attached my CC-Link settings and the associated programming as well. I tried using the example program from Mitsubishi but I got lost. From my understanding I should be seeing the output frequency in W3C4 however, I am not receiving any data. Any help would be appreciated. 
  10. HMI on CC LINK IE FIELD

    Hello all, kinda lazy question, but I'll rather ask, before I'll went to deep into HMI scripting. Because of a design of CC link, there are RWr and RWw Is there any simpler solution for displaying value stored in PLC, while also letting HMI operator change the value and save it to PLC, than scriting in HMI? hope it makes sense to you thank you in advance
  11. The CC-Link system on a machine has been intermittently dropping out.  Normally the Link Scan Time runs at a solid 87ms.  When the system "drops out", the link scan time will increase.  Sometimes double, triple, or go up 10x. It happens when the machine is running or when it sits idle. There are 33 stations on the network.  The same stations do not always fault but sometimes all of the stations will fault at once (as seen in the attachment pictures.) We have changed the main QJ61BT11N, the processor, the Q62N power supply, the main backplane (base unit), all cards on the main backplane.  Is it possible for one station or one of the cables to create a network wide problem?  Any ideas thrown at us would be appreciated. 
  12. QM30VT2 BANNER WITH QJ71C24N

    Dear Sir. Can Anyone Help me,How To read  Holding Register QM30VT2 BANNER With QJ71C24N Mitsubishi ,With Rs 485 Communication.I Want To read Holding Register it,More than 2500 Register. Thank you for attention. Best Regards.
  13. CC-Link Protocol with a CJ2

    I have an IAI servo that was sent to us with CC-link protocol. I have never in my life used cc-link and can find very little on the topic on integrating with an Omron CJ CPU. I am curious as to whether this has been done, or is even possible given the protocols Omron works with. And if so, what did you have to do to get the PLC to communicate via CC-link. Thanks in advance for the responses!
  14. WRITE MULTIPLE REGISTER MODBUS

    Hallo my name is Danu, i have a CP1E wirh CP1W-CIF11 and connect to modbus RTU device, i have done with write single coil, write single register,  read single register and read multiple register. But i try to write multiple register,  the indicator of CP1W-CIF11 is off and if i check d memory its no data. I attached my cx programmer. Can you help me create write multiple register in cx programmer?  Thank you AD4402-modbus edit edit edit edit edit.cxp
  15. b&R 4PP015 Error

    I have a 4PP015.0420 panel with the led error that stays between green and red, and it doesn't work.The sequence of the LEDs at power:       Yellow   Red       Green   Red       Green   Green       Green   Green&RedAnd on the display :          Version    1.1          Status     400041000I think there is a Status Register that indicates the errors.How can I see it to know why the PLC is not put in RUN?Thank you in for your help.Sorry for my english
  16. floating point shift register

    hi all, i'm currently trying to shift register some data in the floating point (double word) format, just for an example i,m using a 0-20mA 0-40 bar pressure sensor to gather information from a can filler and want to log the data for lets say the previous 20 cans. i understand how the shift register works and can get it to work with single word just fine, im using floating point to make my life a bit easier by using sleepy wombat's scaling function block, i need decimal points as i will be expecting reading around 4.5 or so bar and expected to be within .2 tolerence this will then have to displayed on a HMI, which i assume will be easy enough
  17. Mitshibisi to Fanuc Robot with cc link

    Good day all. I was wondering if someone can assist with the setup between a Mitshibisi R08SFCPU using a RJ61BT11 to talk to a Fanuc Robot controller. So in the screen shot attached i added a generic station because i can not find a file for the fanuc robot. The problem is that it does not give me the option of setting the Rx and RY registers. So not sure how to assign the relevant IO. Anyone with knowledge with this would be great
  18. RIWT special relay

    Once agin hello all, im pretty sure, that in the past i found in some manual special relay (SB????), that was set on when PLC was executing RIWT instruction. Now im trying to find once again, but with no luck, ive searched through all manuals that looked relevant, but nothing... any help will be highly appreciated.
  19. Change CIP Service Code

    Hi all, This is my first post here, I read through the FAQ, searched the Allen-Bradley forum and this one for my question but couldn't quite find what i was looking for. My main questions is: Is it possible to programmatically change the service code of a MSG instruction?  It is possible to change the class,  instance and attributes but the application I'm currently writing would be a lot simpler if all I had to create is one instance of the MSG block (and its data) . The only thing stopping me is the service code.   Edit: I'm using a CompactLogix 5380-L306ER   Any input is greatly appreciated!
  20. Hi,   I'm pretty new to allen Bradley and wanted to know if there was a function that could help me out. I have a rotation sensor which feeds back to the PLC via a digital input, once every half second or second once machine is up to speed - I want to record the off time of this DI (how long it is off between pulses, essentially how long it takes for drum to rotate once). Is there some way to record this time and use this value for compare logic? any help would be greatly appreciated.   PLC: Micrologix 1400 series B RSLogix 500 version 11.00.00 (CPR 9)
  21. OMRON CP1L PC Link over Bluetooth

    Greetings, My application is utilizing two Omron CP1L PLCs connected through an RS232 serial link to achieve PC Link. We're essentially using this setup to message data between the two PLCs. With a hard-wired link, it works great. I can force bits in the master PLC, and see them in the slave PLC. However our application requires this link to be wireless. We got our hands on two SENA Parani SD1000 units. I've worked with these units previously to connect a serial scanner to a Rockwell PLC quite successfully. After reading through datasheets, we figured out the pin-out from Serial Comms unit fitted to the CP1Ls wasn't quite standard. So we adapted our own cables to re-route VCC and SG appropriately. So with a hard-wired link, this setup works, and the comms units on the PLCs have a nice solid lit up comms light. But with the wireless parani connection, the comms light lights up, but it is very dull compared to the wired link, and we get no data transfer. I've verified to the best of my understanding that the comm settings all match, at 9600 Baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, and Even parity. Just curious if anyone has any suggestions to get this working, or if there are any settings that I might have missed that make PC Link a unique form of RS232 that these parani units can't handle? I've identified online alternative units known as the Promi SD205-OA, which has a pin-out to match the OMRON CP1L PLCs. As far as I can tell though, the units themselves function the same as the Parani SD1000 besides this pin out. Anyone know differently? Presently the serial connections made are Tx -> Rx, Rx -> Tx, Vcc -> Vcc, and SG -> SG. Would I require anymore connections? Our wired link seems to work just fine with just those connections.   Any help would be greatly Appreciated!!
  22. Everyone, Using a Q series Mitsu PLC interfacing with a M1P Pilz Safety PLC - and only receiving 32 bits from the SPLC. I have the station setup in GXWorks2 as a device station (occupying 4 stations). I am receiving only the 1st station of the 4 designated. (It is node 9 in the snippet) Any tips on this? (First time posting btw) Thanks, Elliot
  23. Hi every one, I'm new here. Is there any CC-Link IE field basic master or simulator that can be use on Windows PC, for testing  CC-Link IE field basic slave communication ?   Thanks in advance    
  24. Hi   I'm beginner from plc programing, I  need to sent data (D0000-D0010) to PC through Host link mode . i just sent data from PC to PLC with command serial port is work only like below PLC_Serial.println("@00SC0252*");//sent to monitoring mode PLC_Serial.println(CalcFCS("@00KSHR 004500"));//set H45.00 to hight PLC_Serial.println("@00SC0352*")//sent to run mode but  PLC to PC i don't know how to do . Could you advise me ? Thank you.
  25. Hi, totally new to PLC's .. Just trying to do a university assignment I've connected a DTC1000 to Fatek PLC Port 2 - RS485 I want to know in which register I can find the measured temperature. A friend said you should add 400000 to the converted from hex to dec number which is mentioned in DTC manual. http://www.deltronic.su/userdata/files/dtc_manual_eng.pdf But I'm not sure which value should be used in manual and is 400000 the number to add (and where it has come from!) If I can just find the register, I can do the rest (just a bunch of normally open and close and  .. Thanks