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  1. Hello everyone,  Someone know, how to read timer data from omron PLC CP1E in HMI NB3Q-TW00B? I tried write macros for HMI program, but I have some error about macro in program. How I understand, this HMI model don't support data reading from plc timer TIM in cx programmer? But how I can write macros and set it for recognizing in HMI?   
  2. Batch Reporting in NB-Designer

    Hello Everyone... Is it possible to create below type of report in NB Series HMI (NB-Designer) ?   Template Below CYCLE START TIME CYCLE STOP TIME TIME TAKEN BY CYCLE (MIN) HIGHEST AI VALUE  (BAR) 05:39:00 06:39:00 60 555.5 06:40:00 06:45:00 15 556   I have Cycle bit in PLC, using rising and falling edge of that we can detect cycle start time and stop time. i have no idea of calculating time taken by cycle and how to determine highest scaled value of analog input during cycle...? is there any macro to write to do so...?
  3. Hi.  I'm running a Windows 7, 64-bit machine.  I have NB Designer 1.4 installed.  when I plug in the nb7w-tw00b, it shows up as "MTP USB device", and that the driver install failed. so I opened Device manager and find the item, I right-click "MTP USB device", and "update drivers".  I click "Browse for my drivers" and navigate to "C:\programfiles (x86)\omron\nb-designer\driver".  I check "Include subfolders".  then click next.  it does not find the drivers.  says "MTP drivers are the best" So I try again: right click the "MTP USB device" but this time I click "browse for drivers", then "Let me pick from my device drivers...".  i navigate to C:\programfiles (x86)\omron\nb-designer\driver.  I select the bulksub.INF file, and i get this error: "The folder you specified doesn't contain a compatible software driver for your device.  If the folder contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with WIndows for x64-based systems" NOTE: I just tried this on a Windows 7 32bit machine. same problem.  Except the message says "Make sure it is designed to work with Windows for x32-based systems"   Any thoughts to get this to work?