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  1. io-link integration

    I recently purchased a s7-1200 starter kit, a sm 1278 io-link modula and a io link linear sensor from turck. Un until now everything is installed and the sensor is cofigurated. Now the queastion is how do i get the value from the sensor into a tag in a datablock? As you can see in picture tia4 I started to fil in the device block but I could'nt figue everything out. (I am failry new to tia portal) With kind regards Dominique Hautekeete
  2. IR register operation

    Hello, Can I add an offset value to IR register? for example, MOVR D0, IR0 and I have an offset value stored in D1, for example, &100, could I add the offset of D1 into IR0, to get IR0 pointing to D100? I know I can just do MOVR D100, IR0, but for purpose of versatility, I want an offset to be added in such a way. Thanks in advance. Xing
  3. I am adding a remote device to an existing cc-link network. The master station is an A1SJ61BT11 and the CPU is A2USHCPU-S1. The CC-Link network currently has 20 remote I/O stations and I am adding a remote device. The A1SJ61BT11 has parameters written to its internal memory. In order to add my new remote device, I think I need to only change two parameters: First, I need to change parameter address H1 from 20 to 21 since my device will be the 21st. Second, I need to change station information parameter address H34 from 277 to 4373 to enter it as remote device. I looked at the example in IB(NA)-66721-J(0310)MEE, section 6.3. In the example, they are setting up the parameters for the first time. However, I am only changing two of the parameters. I followed the example except I only entered rungs to change the parameters for H1 and H34. My question: If I run the parameter setting program to only enter parameters for H1 and H34, will it affect the other parameters the original programmer entered? Could they go back to default? Any advice? Thanks in advance
  4. Here is a link to a blog post that will use Excel VBA to communicate to the Omron Host Link. It program NETComm.ocx for the serial driver. Here is pat of the blog... In Part 1, we used VB6 to communicate from the computer to the PLC. We will now use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to accomplish the same task. NETComm will be the serial driver and Excel will be the program that we will use. Using Excel we will have access to the Excel Object Model so we can utilize worksheets, ranges etc. Please refer to Part 1 (How to Implement the Omron PLC Host Link Protocol) for the details of the wiring of the serial port and protocol sequence. Continue to the blog post... Thought that I would share. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you, Garry
  5. Dear All I have some problem with CC Link IE module QJ71QF11-T2 Link to NZ2GF2B1-16D and NZ2GF2B1-16T the problem is I can not read/write to remote I/O at X1000/Y1100. please help me Thank in advance Thanya
  6. http://accautomation.ca/how-to-implement-the-omron-plc-host-link-protocol/ OmronHL.zip Here is some software and website that will show you how to implement the Omron Host Link Protocol. The sample was written in VB6 and will read the first 10 DM registers. Let me know what you think. Regards, Garry
  7. Hi, First time posting on here, but been a reader for a while. I have an issue with a Mitsubishi setup and I really need to resolve this ASAP. The system is based around a hot standby CPU (Q12PRH) on 6 slot backplates with a CC Link (QJ61BT11N) and Modbus (QJ71MB91). Connected to these racks is an ST Lite CC Link head station (STL-BT1) with 10 output cards (DO8) and 14 input cards (DI8). The CC Link has been set up in GX Works 2 and I don't have any ERR lights. What I do have, and don't want, is a flashing I/O LED on the ST Lite head which I have been reliably informed means the device hasn't been initialised. I have tried to do this using the X78, X79, Y78 and Y79 commands as the ST Lite head is set to occupy 4 slots, device ID is set to 1. Due to the Q CPU being a hot standby GXW 2 will not let me specify the start IO numbers, which would typically be x1000, y1000 based on their examples. I have therefore assumed it is starting at X0 and Y0, hence the X78, X79, Y78 and Y79 bits for setting the station. I have also tried using X1078, X1079, Y1078 and Y1079 as in the examples assuming it had auto addressed the start at 1000 and not 0000. Any help will be appreciated, Cheers.
  8. q series plc, cc link communication

    I want to communicate between two cc link master module placed in two separate panels. could any one please tell me the instruction used?
  9. CLKSS 1.0

    Version CLKSS 1.0

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    Controller Link Software for Controller Link PCAT Board. Runs in DOS
  10. [Utilities] - CLKSS 1.0

    File Name: CLKSS 1.0 File Submitter: Jay Anthony File Submitted: 20 Nov 2014 File Category: Utilities Controller Link Software for Controller Link PCAT Board. Runs in DOS Click here to download this file
  11. Trying to add points to a QLC link from WDPF to SLC5/04, incorporating a 1770-KF2 DH+ interface module. This link has been in place for years, incorporating only DCS reads (both digital and analog). We recently added several more DCS reads successfully, but cannot seem to get digital or analog DCS writes to be seen by the registers in the SLC5/04 data table. Could this be a limitation by the 1770-KF2 module, or is there a more probable reason? SLC5/04 DH+---------1770-KF2---------QLC Could Duplex settings on the 1770-KF2 module have a bearing on this dysfunction? Successful DCS analog reads PT101, N9:2, A0000 PT102, N9:3, A0002 DP103, N9:4, A0004 Unsuccessful DCS analog writes PV101, N9:18, A0500 PV102, N9:19, A0502 PV103, N9:20, A0504 Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  12. Combine 2 Machines with CC-Link

    I would like to combine two existing machines with CC-Link. Each machine has a QJ61BT11N set up as its Master Station. The larger machine has 26 remote I/O and 4 remote devices. The smaller machine has 1 remote device (see the attachment). Each are already programmed and running. The larger machine has HMIs that I would like add screens to in order to control the smaller machine as well. The smaller machine would basically just need to send and receive a handful of signals... start, stop, manual, origin, e-stop, fire specific outputs, etc. What would be the best way(s) or simplest way(s) to connect and communicate between these machines? I am open to any advice and ideas. Thank you Machine_Addition_Via_CCLINK.bmp
  13. HMI on CC-link network

    Hello, can someone recommend HMI's which can be connected to my cc-link network? or is it better to use a PLC on the cc-link network and attach the HMI to the PLC? I just find the GT16 very expensive and I believe they need CC-link IE? Thanks you.
  14. CC-Link Master

    Good day pals! Can I ask something about the CC-Link Network? I have a concern regarding cross-communicating two CC-Link Masters using MC Works Master PC. Can you guys help me with the system architecture? Thank you very much. Your help will be greatly appreciated pals. Thanks a lot.