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  1. Hi All, I am totally new for sysmac studio and using NA5. Currently I am using standard recipe layout of NA5 I wish to search recipe by using keyword function.By using keyword, the target recipe is highlighted.  However, I cant find the variable of recipe that I can control.  Does anyone can help ?  
  2. Hi all. This is hopefully an easy fix. I have words and bit values in a recipe that I am trying to show in a logging file. I can get numerical values to show but I can't get the word devices from the recipe to show up on the logging file. Eg my devices from recipe set as a string starting with device gd60120 and in the logging file I want gd60120 to show the word, they are both set as unicode.  
  3. NX or NJ Data Logging Function Block View File This function block allows users to log data to a .csv file on the SD card of an NX or NJ CPU Submitter PMCR Submitted 09/06/19 Category Omron
  4. Data Logging with GT Designer3

    Hello, I am trying to log data using GT Designer 3 and I'm having no luck. I found some sort of online documentation and even going through the myriad of steps still find my self unable to log anything. I am using the melsoft project navigator and GX Works 2 to simulate the logging of just one 16 bit signed word with a constant value. As logging data is clearly not as simple as just specifying D100 or D200 as the devices you want to log, I am hoping someone else on here has some experience on this matter and can help me out.  Thanks for any help in advance.
  5. Dear Friends, I have made this video to show you how to take data samples from Delta DVP PLC and save this log file in the Weintek HMI internal memory. The Weintek HMI internal memory is easily accessible using ftp. All the necessary steps are mentioned in the video. The link of the video is given below,    
  6. How to make a recipe?

    I'm coming from AB and Automation Direct and I guess to assume they would even be remotely similar was a joke. In AD I have the ability to pull up a recipe on the HMI with the Part number (Vertical column) and different attributes of the part in the following 5 columns (derived from tags in the PLC). How do I replicate this in GT Designer 3? I'm utilizing GX Works 3 with it.  I have a recipe record box on the HMI screen thats visibility is based on a tag in the PLC. How do I make it do the same thing has previously described? Going through the settings of the Recipe Display, I can't find any place to add the columns based on the tags. It seemingly gives you very limited options in the settings. Has anyone had better experience with this that can point me in the right direction?  Thanks in advance!
  7. Recipe Load Record using script

    Hi guys, I have been baffling with this for a while now, it there a way on GT Designer 3 to execute the "Load Record" FFCH using a script? I would like to load the recipes onto a PLC without having to press any keys on the GOT. Simply scan a value using an external scanner, the scanned value updates the control target record name. A simple script that has a trigger coming from the PLC would execute the "Load Record - FFCC" Thanks in advance.
  8. I am looking to export a recipe to an SD card. I know the recipe IAG has an export button but it requires a recipe control. I need to export the recipe using vb code from a page that does not have a recipe control.
  9. I am in desperation.....I had a Recipe setup made for my NA-Series HMI using Sysmac Studio.  It WAS working until I decided I wanted the name of the Recipe to be something different.  After I compiled the HMI, I got several errors referring to the new name of the Recipe file.  I remembered that there was some background code that had the old name in it so I went there and changed all the statements to the new name....still no luck. I changed the Recipe name back and changed all the background code statements back to the old name....and I still get the faults.... What have I done and how do I fix it?  I am desperate to fix it as I have customers on Wednesday morning :? Thanks,
  10. GX Works 3 Recipe

    Hi all I'm trying to incorporate a recipe system into my plc program. I've been through the sample which I s great help but my question is this. How many devices can be controlled using a recipe? from the looks of it I can only control 3 devices but I'm looking to control about 6. Thanks in advance for any information folks.
  11. I need to import/export all recipe templates to/from a single csv. file Anyone with a Solution for this? Thank you 
  12. Version 1.0.0

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    This function block allows users to log data to a .csv file on the SD card of an NX or NJ CPU
  13. NX or NJ Variable Historian

    Version 1.0.0

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    This sample code creates a variable historian. It was originally created for a customer who wanted to log data at different intervals for different variables, and in some cases, only on change of state. It essentially can be used to write event data to a .csv file.
  14. NX or NJ Variable Historian View File This sample code creates a variable historian. It was originally created for a customer who wanted to log data at different intervals for different variables, and in some cases, only on change of state. It essentially can be used to write event data to a .csv file. Submitter PMCR Submitted 09/06/19 Category Omron
  15. Are there any current recipe examples for omron na hmı?Are there any current recipe examples for omron na hmı?Are there any current recipe examples for omron na hmı?
  16. Cimplicity Auto Report Generation

    Dear All, I am having a problem with my cimplicity Auto Report Generation, When I Click on Generate Report, it shows "0 values collected" does anyone knows what's possibly could gone wrong here ??
  17. I currently have certain amount of Recipe data located in form of Excel file on to a PC with static IP address. Is there a way to get that data inside the Nj501 without using an SQL server as I currently have NJ501-1300 which doesn't support SQL. I am okay to send data to the SD card I currently have on NJ PLC as it is easy to get data from SD card to the NJ501.  If there is any example code or a link that helps me create i would be helpful. Thanks in advance. FYI: I am currently using NB10 HMI with NJ PLC.
  18. HMI NB10 - Recipe

    Hello,  All about NB creating recipe file..All step and instruction are followed but i wondered it does not work, in simulation or thru downloading it to the unit. My situation is I have 3 product, P1 P2 & P3 all are in floating point, all product are grouped in recipe 1 up to 20 in different inclusion.. Any body who can help me about making recipe in NB10.. Thanks in advance. 
  19. Hello all  i'm looking for some software to record a 100 plus channels maybe with an ascii string from a PLC? i want to be able to assign each channel with a unit and a range, flagging feature would be nice.  - selecting the channels i want to view  - auto start recording - save file and start new automatically  -view and create reports  preferably no additional hardware because of the amount of channels. this is to record an operators every move so in events of damage or plant failure we can quickly identify the problem (point the finger)  many thanks dan
  20. Hello, I'm looking for a simple data logging software, something that doesn't require any programming skills. Thank you!
  21. C-More Recipes

    Hi everyone, I am using an EA9 touch panel from automation direct. I am using C-more's "call recipe" function to create and write new recipes, inputted by the user. My problem is that every time I make a change in C-more and send it to the panel, I lose all of the recipes created by the user because they are over written by the ones (there and not there) in my recipe database, on my computer. Now, I know this can be avoided by just uploading from the panel to start with. But inevitably, I will forget to do that one day. I would like to store the recipes on an SD card, so that they will not be lost when I make changes to the program. Has anyone done this before? Is it possible?
  22. Happily logging lots of parameters, at 1 second rate, and generating a csv file every hour, using Supervisor 3.2 and the ExportLog Supervisor script.  Had to make a dos batch file to collate all the hourly csv files in to a daily csv file, and zip it, and then delete the hourly dlv and csv files, as normally the daily zipped log files are just kept for reactive faultfinding when there is a need to investigate a daily log file using Excel. Problem I find is that the data logging list of parameters is not able to be set to a particular order, such that the csv columns are in a particular order.  Supervisor seems to rejig the order of parameters in the Logging workspace to its own purposes, and that order doesn't align with the order of parameters in the csv file.  Nothing that I could find in the manual or help or poking around seems to describe how the export ordering is done. Anyone been down that path?? Regards, Tim
  23. I'm in process of putting together a proposal for a client using FactoryTalk Plus. The process involves 2 main ingredients that will be batched using Recipeplus component. there will also be several manually added ingredients. I need to make these part of the recipe for data logging purposes. Has anyone added a component to Recipeplus for manual entry of these minor ingredients? No sense reinventing the wheel if there's a solution out there.
  24. Logging History (CLX)

    I'll preface this by saying that our SCADA system is fairly large. Just the stuff that I worked on over the last 6 or 7 years probably has 5,000 - 10,000 tags (mostly real, dint, and bool) per PLC and there are 55-ish PLC's. There are also 30-40-ish flow computers that have 20-30 tags each in the system. Compared to the rest of the system my part is/was fairly small. We use ClearSCADA for the HMI. Kepware for the driver. Comm is supplied by everything from VSAT to Cell Modem to 3rd party wireless, to T1. Scan times vary from 15s to 30s, longer if there is a network hangup somewhere. The system is going to grow.  There is a need to log history once per second on a very few points and our HMI / Comm method isn't up to it. The idea to log 1 days worth of data in the PLC and move it to a "Previous Day" record at 00:00:00 has been tossed around but I haven't had time to implement anything. I started with some ideas this morning, came up with a possible solution, and tried to implement it in an AOI for simplicity. The AOI has become a stumbling block. Maybe my implementation is flawed but I think it's probably fine.  Here's the idea: Create a tag We want to log things like rate of change and pressure. Lets say I want to log the pressure on PT100.PV. My History tag would be something like PT100h REAL[24,60,60] and PT100pdh REAL[24,60,60] for current and previous day logged history MOV data to the tag Use pointers to move data to the array based on the PLC clock H, M, and S. It probably makes sense to put the routine in a Scheduled Task. If I remember correctly the PLC clock is always at UTC unless you "fake it out". I can either leave it alone (preferred... that way daylight savings time is not an issue) or add the appropriate UTC offset to the Hours value. I haven't tried pointers in a 3D array but I don't see why it wont work.  MOV data to previous day tag at the 00:00:00 MOV PT100h to PT100pdh at 00:00:00 and move 0.0 to the PT100h tag. I'd probably be lazy and create a Zero[24,60,60] tag with all zeros in it unless someone has a better, less memory intensive way to do it. Foreseeable issues 86,400 floating point values x 8 bytes is a shade over 691k x 2 for previous day = almost 1.4mB. This is a real problem. One way to mitigate it, somewhat, is to do away with the Previous day tag. The HMI will log the history the actual value for each tag will be in the HMI log files HMI load- Adding 86,400 floating point tags per PLC is going to add to the load in the system. One of the larger stations could have as many as 7 points that would be nice to historize. That's not possible due to memory constraints in the PLC that is installed there. AOI's won't allow for tag arrays that I can see. I tried to make a tag with the 24,60,60 structure in an AOI and it didn't like it.    I'm not sure if I actually have a question at this point. I'm basically thinking out loud to see what kind of feedback I'll get. The need to log is only important for "fault" analysis. 99.99% of the time the data will not be looked at. At this point I think that I've talked myself out of trying to implement this. I think the load that it would impose on the system would be too high. On the other hand, changing the array to a Boolean data type might come in handy for capturing a Boolean "glitch" and not be quite so memory intensive. I could also set it up to capture an hours worth of data and let the HMI historian do the logging. That's still 3,600 points though. 29k-ish bytes. Continuing with that thought, 5 minutes would only be 300 points and the HMI historian should be able to capture that. Maybe that's the way to solve the data issue? Capture X seconds (or minutes) and let the HMI historian log it? The HMI scan time is actually the issue so using the PLC for a buffer that offsets the scan delay may be the ultimate solution. Thoughts?
  25. Hey guys,   I know this is a topic that has been discussed before, but I am having trouble finding exactly what I am looking for.. I want to know the most efficient way to record data from my PLC to an Excel file on my PC. I want this to be done without the use of the PLC's webserver.  Specifically I am trying to record vfd speed every 10seconds with a time and date stamp. How can I do this?   Thanks, James