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  1. Allen bradley Micro850

    Hello, I am new to automation and I do a project with a Micro850 Plc. I am more comfortable with logic block so I write my program in Function Block langage on Connected Component Workbench software version 12. I would like to make flashing a light but I don't know wich block to use and how to program it ... Could you help me. Thank you
  2. Loop through optimized DB.

    Hi guys. Im trying to figure out how to loop through a number og object i an db. I received some controls modules for a project. I have to chaeck if any of them have an unacknowledge alarm. I could do it the manualle way but theres alot! there's 5 alarms on every analog. So I started to do a loop as i would have done it before theese optimzed block was an option... As I tryif to show in the picture theres a mix og optimized and non optimized block. the Bit "SCADA_ALARM_ACK", How can i loop through all 5 of them and then go to next opbjoect lidsted in the static? Please let there be a solution other than manualy check every single one......  
  3. Sample blocks for S7 1200 plc's

    Hi experts, please share the sample blocks for the EDITABLE TIMER block it should be editable from HMI(Siemens). And also motor run hour block. Actually i am having all blocks in tia v12 version and sadly i dont have the old software to convert it again. So please share the blocks that it shoud be work in TIA V14 for s7 1200 plc's. Please note that the blocks should use add instructions to calculate the time because i don't have much memory.
  4. Optimized Blocks

    Hello everyone, Are there any alternatives to WinCC at the moment that can handle using optimized blocks. In most other SCADA software, while importing tags, the option to optimize blocks should not be selected as they cannot import in this format. Ignition by Inductive Automation has a driver that can be purchased to solve this problem. I wanted to know if there are some other solutions to this issue.  Thanks!
  5. Internal function block variables

    I have a function block where the first internal variable is showing as address H1420 in the Global Symbol table. When I add another retained variable to the function block then save and compile the code, the variable address in the global symbol table shifts from H1420 to H1488.  I need to retain the address as I will be downloading code and I need to ensure the address if H1420 stays with that variable.    Can anyone help with this?
  6. Profibus Function Blocks for Q2ASCPU for Melsec ST Lite RIO inter-connection. Please assist in advising the attainment of such blocks - if any existing. Thanks
  7. ESATR / EGATR Commands

    Good morning folks, I've browsed this forum often enough over the past few years that I think it's time I finally signed up.  Lots of good ideas and advice that I've benefited from and I hope to return the favour some day. So on to my question.... I'm currently knee deep in a project using a CJ2M PLC and I have to send and receive chunks of data over Ethernet/IP.  To do this, I'm using the ESATR and EGATR commands (set / get attribute).  I would like to know if these commands finish execution (ie. the ethernet port completes the transaction) even if the input conditions to the command are no longer true.  Specifically, if I use the "port ready" system flag (A202.00 is an input to my FB in this case) as a condition to trigger the ESATR command, this bit will go low once the port becomes busy (ie. during execution).  So will that interrupt the completion of the ESATR command resulting in an incomplete transaction and data loss?  I've looked through the help files on the command but don't get a clear picture of how it behaves. Perhaps the attached JPEG shows more clearly what I mean. Thanks, PC
  8. Hi friends, Can anybody tell me when to use a local-Static variable and when to use a Local Temp variable whilst creating a Function-Block in S7 -1500 using TIA portal. Thanks for looking in. Best wishes.
  9. In my program, I have about 100 rungs for 100 faults. Each rung looks very similar. I thought I could make the code more maintainable by using function blocks, to avoid having to change each rung individually (if I needed to). Would it be best practice to create a new instance for each fault, or to reuse the same instance for each fault? I come from a C and java background, so I am confused as to whether a function block is supposed to be like a function (in C), or supposed to be like a class (in Java), or neither...