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  1. Hi all, I have an issue with Mitsubishi GOT Simple Series. After write to GOT, everything okay. All the hmi button functioning well. But after turn off and on the hmi, It will appear "SCREEN ERROR".  Any idea what can I check? 
  2. Hi all, I have an issue with Mitsubishi GOT Simple Series. After write to GOT, everything okay. All the hmi button functioning well. But after turn off and on the hmi, It will appear "SCREEN ERROR".  Any idea what can I check? 
  3. Hi all , I have been using MELSEC - Q series plc for the past two project i dont find any issue with that but for the third project  used same PLC same model but there is issue which I found unable to resolve  The issue is when i try to communicate PLC using LAN cable by direct ethernet connection it works normally but by communicating using HUB network I cannot communicate, I checked all the parameters setting, I dont know what is the issue even contacted mitshubshi service to troubleshoot but they are not responding  So here i am for your guidence to solve this issue   see the images below to analyse this issue This connection is direct ethernet connection which works normally    The parameters are set and writed to PLC The IP is set to my PC for communication  When i try to find the cpu in the network it shows the cpu IP  After that I checked for connection Test it show error I have also attached the Network route which i used to communicate  Network Drawing.pdf I hope someone will help me to solve this issue Thank you , madhan ravichandran
  4. Hello,   I hope somebody can help me give me hint on where I could look. I do have an MAM command that is throwing error 11. "At least one axis is not configured to a physical motion module ora has not been assigned to a Motion Group." The error message itself is clear but the Servo is running flawless until it suddendly stops doing this (the customer states that it mostly happens after an EStop). The EStop is hardwired via the STO inputs and those are active while the error is shown. So far the only way to reset the error is to shutdown the machine and power it up again. I can't find any errors in the error logs that would hint to dig deeper. Has anyone had this error or knows how to solve this?   PLC: CompactLogix 5370 Servo: Kinetix 5500
  5. Mewnet RS232c

    I wanted to online in FPWIN GR7s to FP-X C30t but it show MEWNET device
  6. Hi All, I need access to a the Safety function blocks within a safety CPU using sysmac studio on a machine we are upgrading.. Is there a generic password available to gain access? Best Regards, Paul  
  7. Hello. What is the best option using TCP/UDP communication to use CP1L-EM40 as SLAVE / IO Expansion? For MASTER I’m using CJ2M-CPU31. Since now I’ve used FINS _CPU010_SendData and _CPU011_ReceiveData function blocks. The problem is, that I’m communicating with 6 slave IO units and to read/write all 6 units it takes up to 1 – 2 seconds. I’ve tried Ethernet/IP protocol but CP1L units doesn’t support this protocol. Is there some kind of different TCP/UDP protocol which is faster than FINS?  In older days you could use PC Link but this protocol is for RS232 / RS485 comm. I know I could use CP1W-EIP61 but I don't have this adapter and I can't afford to buy one Thanks. 
  8. GOT2000_Comset & GOT2000_Slave

  9. Dear reader, I am writing a C# program using the library  ‘EasyModbus’ that needs to communicate with Siemens WinCC via the connection type ‘Modicon modbus’ I have written a version using the ‘float’ data type in WinCC and that works perfectly. Here my code fragment: Method to convert ‘double’ to bytes in C#: public static byte[] DoubleToModbusFloat(double value) {     byte[] bytes = new byte[4];     float floatValue = (float)value;     int intValue = BitConverter.ToInt32(BitConverter.GetBytes(floatValue), 0);     bytes[0] = (byte)(intValue >> 24);     bytes[1] = (byte)(intValue >> 16);     bytes[2] = (byte)(intValue >> 8);     bytes[3] = (byte)intValue;     return bytes; } Call of the method and loading of the modbus registers in EasyModbus: Bytes = PublicCode.DoubleToModbusFloat(TmpDbl); int n = (int)ModbusStartAddress + ((i - 1) * 2); mb.ModServer.holdingRegisters[n + 1] = (short)((Bytes[0] << 8) + Bytes[1]); mb.ModServer.holdingRegisters[n + 2] = (short)((Bytes[2] << 8) + Bytes[3]); So far so good – this works fine. But I also want to be able to use the ‘Double’ data type in WinCC because I sometimes need more precision than the 7 figures of the ‘float’. I thought it would simply be a case of doubling up the code so I wrote: Method to convert ‘double’ to bytes in C#: public static byte[] DoubleToModbusDouble(double value) {     byte[] bytes = new byte[8];     long intValue = BitConverter.ToInt64(BitConverter.GetBytes(value), 0);     bytes[0] = (byte)((intValue >> 56) & 0xff);     bytes[1] = (byte)((intValue >> 48) & 0xff);     bytes[2] = (byte)((intValue >> 40) & 0xff);     bytes[3] = (byte)((intValue >> 32) & 0xff);     bytes[4] = (byte)((intValue >> 24) & 0xff);     bytes[5] = (byte)((intValue >> 16) & 0xff);     bytes[6] = (byte)((intValue >> 8) & 0xff);     bytes[7] = (byte)(intValue & 0xff);     return bytes; } Call of method and loading of the modbus registers in EasyModbus: Bytes = PublicCode.DoubleToModbusDouble(TmpDbl); int n = (int)ModbusStartAddress + ((i - 1) * 4); mb.ModServer.holdingRegisters[n + 1] = (short)((Bytes[0] << 8) + Bytes[1]); mb.ModServer.holdingRegisters[n + 2] = (short)((Bytes[2] << 8) + Bytes[3]); mb.ModServer.holdingRegisters[n + 3] = (short)((Bytes[4] << 8) + Bytes[5]); mb.ModServer.holdingRegisters[n + 4] = (short)((Bytes[6] << 8) + Bytes[7]); However, this code does not work correctly. I have tried all combinations of byte and word reversal, and whatever I do WinCC either displays nonsensical values or ‘####’ showing that it cannot display the value. I have tried reading as much documentation as I can but it still looks to me as if I am doing the right thing. Also, I have downloaded a number of ‘modbus master’ code examples, and they seem to be able to read the ‘Double’ from my program without any issues. In WinCC I also see that there are two types of double – ‘Double’ and ‘+/- Double’ – I am also unsure as to why this is – there is no ‘+/- Float’ data type, which seems inconsistent to me. I am obviously missing something, but cannot seem to discover what exactly. I hope that someone can point me in the right direction as to what I am doing wrong. Please see attached word file for a picture of the configuration of the connection in WinCC.   Thanks in advance for any help !, Dave Long Double trouble.docx
  10. Hello! I'm currently using NB designer v1.531 (Build 210511) and I'm having compilation errors. It states: Connecting... Connection Error PT HMI0 Compilation error! Cannot create pkg files! I'm have trouble understanding, what does this error mean? I'm not connecting to any HMI, I just want to compile the program and test it offline. The weirdest thing is that if i click "Compile" enough times, it will eventually compile, but this is really interrupting the workflow. Does anybody else have this issue?  
  11. Hi everyone, I have a question for you all, Is possible to configure CJ2M-CPU11 with tags trough network configurator to connect Control Logix PLC using EthernetIP? I did a configuration with CJ2M-CPU31 and Control Logix PLC with no problem, but now I need to communicate CJ2M-CPU11 with Control Logix PLC using EthernetIP. Some of you did this configuration between this two PLC before? Regards!
  12. I am trying to setup a CC Link between two machines. I have done this before without issue, but for some reason this is not going well.. I added a second CC link card to CPU2 and set it as ST 24 for the CPU1 network.  CPU 1 : Master.   cc0.jpg.   The original machine was setup using TO/From for each station, so i couldn't add this new link through the GUI.  CPU 2: Local cc1.jpg  When i try to use the GUI to setup this side the buffer stops working. but if i activate any TO/From instruction here i get a system fault with a 2110 SP. Unit Error CPU2 buffer cc2.jpg. But when i block the TO/From you can see the buffer is working at that exact same location specified.    2110 error says I am addressing the wrong card but the buffer proves that I am not. 
  13. Data register over flow

    Hi, data registers are getting full, because of extremely high speed pulsing is there any way , if the data value in register goes above the capacity of 32 bit register, it automatically attaches itself to next set of data registers so lets say if data was written in D10,D11 Upon reaching the limit, it goes to D10, D11, D12, D13 please share if there is an alternate way to do this
  14. Data register over flow

    Hi, data registers are getting full, because of extremely high speed pulsing is there any way , if the data value in register goes above the capacity of 32 bit register, it automatically attaches itself to next set of data registers so lets say if data was written in D10,D11 Upon reaching the limit, it goes to D10, D11, D12, D13 please share if there is an alternate way to do this
  15. Hello, has anyone noticed that plenty (not all) forum posts are changed to quotes from TWControls? What is happening here?  Hopefully only a momentary breakdown  
  16. Hi, I'm Jovel, I'm new to learning how to program PLC. Just want to learn how to use Omron Sysmac Studio . I have a question about the Data Type Data Type - Structure ( Offset Type - Offset Byte )  / Union   I Don't Understand this 2 Data types and how going to use them, can anyone teach me and have a sample program? Thank you
  17. CC-Link IE Protocols

    Hello, There seem to be a lot of different CC-Link IE protocols: CC-Link IE Field Basic CC-Link IE Field CC-Link IE Field Motion CC-Link IE Field Safety CC-Link IE Control CC-Link IE TSN This causes me some confusion. Are there as many variations of Ethernet/IP and PROFINET? Can you point me to a good comparison of the different CC-Link IE protocols? My understanding is that: CC-Link IE Field Basic: 100 Mb/s Non-deterministic? Good for non-time-critical communications (e.g., setting a drive speed) Implemented in software Traffic can co-exist with other TCP/IP traffic Max 64 stations Addressed by IP address Star topology I believe the other protocols are all 1 Gb/s, are deterministic, are addressed by station number, are implemented in hardware and each needs its own isolated network. CC-Link IE Control is used for communications between PLCs and robots. CC-Link IE Field is used for remote I/O and CC-Link IE TSN is used for even faster remote I/O communications. Please let me know if any of this is inaccurate. Thanks,
  18. i just got my NX1p2-1140DT controller with a R88D-KN04-ECT. i conneted every thing and directy got the 87 message on the display. i found out dat is becous wrong wiring I dont have the I/o cable incallt with omron they where saying that i don't need it and i can controll the motor controller full via ethercat. i already try to change to pdo mapping. what am i doing wrong? can someone help me? is it indeed true i dont need the i/o cable  thanks in advance for helping.
  19. Array A INT[32] Array Index B INT Destination C INT I am trying to move an Array (A) Element (A[2]) using a symbol (B) in ladder into a destination symbol (C) C = A [ B ] Result: ERROR: Array Index of Operand 1 out of range at rung 1 ( 6, 0 ).  The documentation suggests that it is possible, but I am unsure if there is something I am doing incorrectly. Note* Fixed indexing works with no errors Is there another method to accomplish this?   PLC : CJ2M CPU31 CX- Programmer: Verion 9.74 Update 1: If I go online to the PLC It does look like the array look up is working. Is the issue with the mov block? Update 2: I changed the memory locations which has caused a different error to appear. This error is clearer but does not explain the manual excerpt I posted further up ERROR: Only the constant can be specified for the index of the array.  at rung 5 ( 6, 0 ).  Update 3: Solution 1 I managed to hack together a proof of concept using pointers and indirect offsets  Update 4: Solution 2 For some strange reason things work as expected inside of the function blocks so I made one where the array is In-Out and with an input and output respectively. Note* External reference to pointers inside of the function block produced an error. Function block Logic     Update 5: Solution 3 Now I feel like I am going crazy, I tried just the original code again and it works... I have no idea why and if it was not for all the documentation I would be lost as to why it works now... Update 6: Conclusion It seems to have array indexing work the array index must exist in the D Memory Block. The reason it did not work above is because I somehow had a MOVR block when I tested after moving all the variables to the D Memory Block. I hope this journey helps someone else :)
  20. Hi All I am trying to connect Cognex OPC Server with Mircrosoft SQL Server (SMSS). Do you have any idea how to do that? I couldn't find relevant information online.
  21. CP1W TS001

    Hai, I have problem with my CP1W TS001, suddenly reading result always #7FFE.  i use CP1E-N60 and 2 expansion module, AD041 and TS001. I put TS001 after AD041 then my program code as follows : mov #8051 105 mov 7 D20 mov 8 D22 the reasult at D20 & D22 always #7FFE could someone help me to solve this problem?
  22. Hello. I am writing a function block and i am getting the following error: ERROR: STRING type or an Input Output variable is not supported by the PLC of this unit version. Check the unit version in program check options. When i try to remove the string i get error: instruction is not available for current plc Is there somewhere where i can see which instructions i can use? Or is it not the string or one of my in or outputs I am doing something wrong with?   Kind regards, Ralf  
  23. Q02CPU Error 2200

    Hi All; Trying to make a backup of a Q02CPU.  Used GXWorks2 to get the program and parameter files from the working CPU.  The System is on an 8-slot rack with mixed IO including a ProfiBus module (QJ71). Got a new CPU, powered down the system and installed it after setting the DIP switches the same as the working one (2 and 3 both on, others off). Power on system. Download the program and parameters to the unit, have the ERR LED blinking and the CPU will not run.  PLC Diagnostics show this 2200 error, which when I look it up in the book starts talking about 'drives', which I find out have something to do with the DIP switches.  The combination of switches 2 and 3 indicate the parameters are to be stored in Standard ROM (Drive 4), but apparently this is not happening when I do the download of the program and parameters.   Is there a specific procedure I need to follow to put the parameters into Standard ROM (Drive 4)? Or, did I get a replacement CPU that is either A)Bad or B)does not have this Standard ROM? Or...?   Any assistance would be appreciated.   CPRenaud
  24. Hi all,I'm completely new to ASCII and trying to figure out where I'm going wrong here.Application: I need to send 2d barcode data to a KGK Jet model CCS3000L Inkjet printer. Only protocol possibility is ASCII. PLC I have is a Micro850, and the only port option for ASCII is the serial port. I modified one end of a 2707-NC11 cable to connect PLC TxD to printer RxD, PLC RxD to Printer TxD, and PLC SG to Printer SG. I jumpered CTS and RTS at the printer connector, and the 2707 cable I'm using doesn't have wires on the Micro850 CTS or RTS pins.Printer company verified that I can just jumper RTS and CTS on their side and not connect their DTR and DSR pins (since I'm not using hardware handshaking). I don't really need any flow control for the application ( I don't think...again, ASCII noob here).Do the CTS and RTS on the PLC side need to be jumpered? Does the DCD pin need to be jumpered or connected to something if I'm not using handshaking?I downloaded the Micro800 ASCII read and write functions and function blocks from Rockwell library, and they seem to be working, except that I keep getting ABL error id "7". This error states, "Cannot complete ASCII send or receive because channel configuration has been shut down using the channel configuration dialog box." I have the serial port enabled and configured to ASCII, no handshaking, baud 9600 same as printer, no parity check, 1 stop bit, character length of 8.Any help in pointing out what I'm doing wrong or things to try would be greatly appreciated!   ASCII_TEST.ccwsln
  25. Trying to log into NA HMI, NA5-7U001B  Direct, using USB or Ethernet.  All attempts failed .. tho, it was easy to log into the NJ Controller, direct, with USB or Ethernet using the same PC. Then a window popped up.. saying the firmware needed updating in the HMI, and suggested launching the "update" from the same window... Then, after a few minutes.  a "update failed" was displayed on the window.. and the HMI screen changed to this: ..and the green LED went RED ... aaaaagh!   HMI no longer works... any idea why this happened, or the failure to log in happened.. or, what it will take to fix it? Please tell me it was something Omron did .... Thanks Much, Regards, ,Michael PS:  additional info..  I was using Sysmac Studio Version 1.1 .. because I could log in to the CPU (USB and Ethernet) and not the HMI.. I changed to another PC with Sysmac Studio Version 1.17 .. Now I was only able to log into the CPU with Ethernet.. USB login failed. .. and, so did any attempt to log in to the HMI (USB or Ethernet) It looks like if you use a new version of Sysmac.. better not have a device with  "old firmware" ..  I think it was the V1.17 that presented the window suggesting the Firmware Update ...  sigh!