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  1. My project is converting a Quatum Modicon to a Control Logix. We took the Modicon Logic ran it thru a Rockwell converter and created the Control Logix Logic. This was nothing complicated but a large file. In Modicon you have a Memory retentive bit -- (M). This converted to a Latch (OTL) in the Control Logix, we decided to place a coil OTE in Parallel with the Latch so we could unlatch on the rung going false. The memory retentive coil is there to hold memory on power cycle if it ever happened. So.... The question is Unlatch below The latch, or above Consider left a representive of converted logic in the AB. Logic a bit more complicated. A B C lL. U --||--|||--|/|--(OTL)--(OTE). L |. . --||-----|. U. L ----||--------------------(OTU)
  2. Count SM410 pulses

    Hello! I need to count the number of pulses SM410. Use instructions Counter_M has no effect. How to count the number of pulses(100 mc)? My soft:GX Works2. My plc is L-series(L02SCPU). In FX series It works well.
  3. Hi I have a scenario where I need to setup communication between a Mitsubishi L-series PLC to Schneider Modicon M580. I need to use the onboard ethernet port of the L-series PLC. The protocol I need to use, is Ethernet IP. (socket communication). Can someone please assist?
  4. Hello, I need to set a 1 second timer in a TSX 572623 plc with pl7 pro, the question is that using %s6 bit (1 second pulse) the timer is not exact enough, the program is 98 kb, not too big I think, I use the %s6 attaching to a positive pulse auxiliar mark in one section of the program and i use this mark %M in the rest of the program, but as i said, it is not quite exact, measuring the time displayed in a HMI connected to the plc, 40 seconds in the program (displayed in a HMI), it´s 47 seconds in a chronometer, it is not exact at all as I said, how can I solve this problem, can anyone help me? Thanks
  5. HHMMSS.cxf



    FB to provide a simple long timer with time remaining outputs. Time can be entered in HMS (or just mins for example). Time remaining is normalised to HMS though. Uses 2 other FBs. Create instances of HHMMSS as required.
  6. [PLC Sample Code] - HHMMSS.cxf

    File Name: HHMMSS.cxf File Submitter: ParaffinPower File Submitted: 08 Dec 2014 File Category: PLC Sample Code FB to provide a simple long timer with time remaining outputs. Time can be entered in HMS (or just mins for example). Time remaining is normalised to HMS though. Uses 2 other FBs. Create instances of HHMMSS as required. Click here to download this file
  7. Hello again! This time I have issues with PWM Block in GX Works 2. Im using it to control output for Rudder Machine. S1 Time is Pulse time S2 is response wait time. I follow the rules that S1, S2 cannot be zero, N2<N1. I compile and run the program. Everything is ok, program works perfectly. Sometimes when I modify instructions in PWM Rung - i get an error No. Result Data Name Class Content Error Code 4 ERROR POU_01 Program compile Invalid list code 'PWM D992 D990 M1524'(Ladder Block No.7) F0161 I pinpoint that I use 2 block of PWM one for each side. They cannot work at the same time. See attachments with code Thank you in advance!
  8. Hi I need to program my fatek fab Plc with the following : . I need to detect between a single long input or a repeated second pulse. The idea is to control a window blind with two outputs of the Plc and two inputs (one for up, from a up switch and another for down from the down switch). the blind should go up until I maintain the key pressed. But when I make a repeated two pulse on the key it should go up automatically during a certainly define time (enough to completely open the blind). The same for the down direction. I need help on that.
  9. can anyone please provide me "keithley Model 7009-5 Shielded RS-232 Cable configuration." ? for communication with fx-3ge plc to nanovoltmeter 2182 controller.
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