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So, hello all. I'm new in Omron PLC. Using: CP1L-EM controll + CP1W-TS102 (x3) Problem: I need to regulate the valve with motor drive. You can meet the same in heating system for control the temperature of water. Logic is simple, - low temperature? - open valve step-by-step - high temperature? - close the value step-by-step I always use PWM regulation, but in Omron PWM only for encoder (srsly, i don't need 10k impulses during short period of time, i need just several impulses during the time) So, i decided to use TPO. The input calue for TPO is output value from PIDAT. (W451 manual, description of TPO function, example) What's the problem? 1. I need to make difference time between impulses. Look here: I have 55 C temperature of the water, but i need 80 C, so i need impules for 8-10 sec duration, but when the temper close to 75-79 degress i need the impuls 1-2 sec duration. And, as i read, TPO cant do this, right? Just constant duration in 1 TPO instruction, or use several TPO instruction. Other situation, i have 80 degree Celsius, but i need 50 C, so i need to close the valve. But i have only 1 TPO! So i need to check the difference beetwen SP (set point of temperature) and PV (process value) and if it hegative - go to PIDAT #1, which connected with TPO #1 and close the valve (SP-PV need to be around 0) If i have positive value (SP-PV) i need to go to PIDAT #2 wich connected with TPO #2..... Srsly? I cant make the measure between -100 .... 100 for 1 TPO function and use 2 digital output? I know that 0...10v regulation is better, but i have that i have =) Sincerely, p001p
Hi, i'm actually working on a project with a CPU33 CJ2M and a external analog output CJ1W-AD04U I'm trying to read the informations coming from a PT100 sensor and control a valve which act on the temperature. i'm kind of lost in this project because it's my "first time" with Omron ! Which function block must i use or how must i program this would you show me example ? Thank you for the help guys.