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  1. Hi. I have this project where we read out data from temp sensors and vaccuum stuff. We use Pfeiffer vaccum cpt 200 for the vaccuum, and we create a frame to send to the modbus unit to pull a value from example '306'. With all the current items we pull data, all the values are only updated every 5 seconds, is there a way to perhaps pull several frame/addresses in one request per device? Current codes we read, some are in sequence of each others, but more has a bit of gap like 00, 02, 306, 307, 398, 330 and so on.    
  2. Hello everyone! I am quite new to communications between different brands of PLC's. As I have mentioned in the title, machine has a siemens s7-300 series pn/dp PLC with no CP modules (programmed in Simatic Manager). And they are adding an another machine with an OMRON NX102-9000 model PLC (Sysmac Studio). Siemens side also has PC connection over winCC flexible. Somehow i need to communicate between these two devices. Now, I have been looking into this for a while. There are mentions of sockets, but i have no prior experience with them. From what i ve researched omron has "Send" and "Rcv" blocks, but i cant find my way through on how to use them. For example, i dont know "where" to write in the siemens plc. I feel lost to be honest. Can anyone point me to the right direction? Sample program snippets, documents ?
  3. We have a customer insisting on communicating with our NX102-9000 over EtherCAT, we have explained multiple times that EtherCAT is not intended as a facility communication protocol and recommended that instead they use Ethernet/IP, but after a year of pushing back they are still insisting and willing to pay for the Engineering work to get this to happen. Has anyone successfully configured two EtherCAT masters to communicate with each other? In the past I have used the PN-PN Master Coupler from Siemens to get two ProfiNet Masters to communicate with each other so I am hopeful that a similar device exists for EtherCAT, but I have not had any luck searching the web for such a device. Does anyone have experience with or know of such a device? Thank you!!
  4. Omron NX102 / NX1P2 cannot trigger MOXA ioLogik E1212 Outputs through Ethernet/IP connection, But I can read the Inputs Status All the time.   Just CANNOT trigger the Outputs signal through Omron PLC. Moxa claim that they can use AB PLC trigger E1212 outputs and no problem at all, but now OMRON PLC cannot.   Steps I am doing... Define the custom Data Type Structure. Create a variables with custom data type. Mapping with MOXA eds file setting. Inputs - 67 bytes, Outputs - 1 bytes. I had Install the MOXA EDS file I do contact MOXA Support channel, they claim that Omron PLC  not response to port 2222 . Can anybody help ? because same Omron PLC using for test also tested with other EIP device with no problem at all. I have no idea which party are problem now... T.T  
  5. Is it possible to setup Ethercat parameters from within the PLC program?  I am facing a situation where a machine is going to have changeable tooling fixtures and each fixture is going to have an EtherCAT device on it.  I am guessing they will need to be setup to look like the same node to the PLC, but they will have different physical IDs and different settings for some of the parameter fields.  They will be the same device so they will have the same parameter fields, just different values in those fields. I can also get these devices with EthernetIP as the fieldbus option.  In that case I would always have a network error because the PLC would always see one of the devices missing from the network.  is it possible to enable/disable Ethernet connections from within the program logic to avoid the error?
  6. Hi. We are struggling a bit with the analog IO on the EIC202 coupler. Have tried tag sets, and gotten the digital IO to work without problems, but not the analog. Any tips here? We are using 2x NX102 with 1x ID4442, 1x OD4256,  and 2x EIC202 with 1x ID4442, 1x OD4256, 1x AD2603, 1x DA2603 on each, for a redundancy-system. Software is Sysmac Studio. EIP connection.