cyrus

HMI Redundancy

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Hi Dears, I Have CS1D-65H Duplex control system with two CS1D-ETN21D. I want to use ETN21 for connection between CS1D and NS15 touch panel.

I have question about HMI redundancy. (when one CPU is faulty second CPU connect to HMI)

Note: I have one NS15 Touch panel.

how can do i it? which setting is necessary in CX-Designer?

and second question:

i have one CP1H with CIF41(FINS)  that must be connected to this NS15. means CS1D with 2 CPU and CP1H is connected to one HMI.

is it possible to connect CP1H and CS1D simultaneously to one Touch panel? can i have manual for do this settings? is it possible use of FINS and ethernet (ETN21)  simultaneously?

 

best regards.

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To the best of my recollection, when the CS1D switches processors, it moves the IP addresses, so their is nothing you need to do on the HMI.  But I have not touched a CS1D is well over a decade and a half.

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thank you for your reply.

you say that when CS1D switches processors, it moves the IP addresses. means both of ETN21 has same IP address?

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As I said, I haven't done anything with this product in a really long time.  Perhaps I am confusing it with Mitsubishi's Q redundant.  You should check the manuals for the CS1D to see how communications is handled.  I thought two cards had two IP addresses and swapped them, but since CS1D is all on one rack, it may not need to do that...

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18 hours ago, IO_Rack said:

For starters, here is the manual. This is a very, very old HMI. The most recent version of NTST (NT Support Tool) is 4.8 but I don't know that it will support the 600M. Check the downloads section here at MrPLC. There are some older versions there and I don't know which version you will require. There was an older DOS version called NTSS.

There are some members here that may remember. Hopefully they'll chime in.

EDIT:  Someone has a better memory than me! (See Garry's reply below)

 

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The HMI is stated to be an NS15 - still a current model.

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Hello!
Can you explain me more concretely?
A good day!

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24 minutes ago, BobB said:

The HMI is stated to be an NS15 - still a current model.

 
Hello!
Can you explain me more concretely?
A good day!

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Have a look at the original post - NS15 - simple as that. I am using them right now on jobs - current model.

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Bob, I believe he accidently posted in the wrong thread. My quote above is from a different post.

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