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 on: April 25, 2017, 09:08:47 pm 
Started by maciek - Last post by BobO
I don't have enough information there to help you.

In order to connect to the Internet, your PLC must be connected to some form of router. Since the PLC only has a wired connection, the connection to the router will be wired. The PC appears to be connected wirelessly, but the PC's wired connection doesn't show a gateway, which tells me the wired connection isn't tied to the router.

Some wireless routers also have a built-in switch for wired connections. If so, that's where you need to connect. If there is a switch in the router, try connecting the PC to it and dumping the IP setup of the wired connection.

 on: April 25, 2017, 08:54:08 pm 
Started by maciek - Last post by maciek
i configured the gateway to the wireless lan adapter and still same ending

 on: April 25, 2017, 07:38:11 pm 
Started by maciek - Last post by maciek
what is there to configure with the router ?

 on: April 25, 2017, 07:35:41 pm 
Started by maciek - Last post by maciek
my pc ip

 on: April 25, 2017, 10:39:46 am 
Started by maciek - Last post by b_carlton
At 500 RPM the double cuts occur 2 milliseconds apart. Verify that the input point response time and the scan time of the program allow for distinguishing this interval.

 on: April 24, 2017, 07:59:52 pm 
Started by maciek - Last post by maciek
so i have a electro mechanical clutch unit that spins at 500 rpm when i send a signal to clutch coil it actuates and clutch engages which turns the unit which cuts wire simple enough.i have a proximity sensor to see if it actually moved or got stuck and moved twice .
the no cut is easy but double cut it does not always work

 on: April 24, 2017, 12:18:15 pm 
Started by maciek - Last post by Controls Guy
i looked at the specs of that signal conditioner and it doesn't say about millivolts per volt 3mv/v like what the load cell puts out

"mv/v" is not a signal format, it's a hardware characteristic of the load cell.  Feed it 10v, or whatever is within it's range, then take the 0-30mv full scale (or 0-[3 x excitation voltage]mv) and isolate/condition that with the signal conditioner to 0-10v or preferably 4-20ma.

Some thermocouple modules will even handle mv signals (such as from high current DC shunts, etc.) directly, but it's kind of hit and miss how well it works, so I'd stick with the signal conditioner.  IIRC, you're doing this in a BRX, which at this time doesn't have any [local/native] thermocouple inputs anyway.

 on: April 24, 2017, 11:06:19 am 
Started by Evilbeard - Last post by franji1
The new FILELOG validation check would have caught your situation within the editor.  In the next rev, you will get an error message like the attached.

 on: April 24, 2017, 10:08:16 am 
Started by Evilbeard - Last post by franji1
Please send it to

Got it!  Thanks!

 on: April 24, 2017, 08:07:29 am 
Started by Evilbeard - Last post by franji1
It's most likely a missed error check by the instruction editor.  FILELOG editor was missing a few "limit" checks, which SHOULD have been reported as errors when the instruction was edited (e.g. too many entries).  We have already fixed a few of these that will be in the next release.  I would still like to see the project file, however, or at least that one instruction.  Please send it to

Regardless, there is a limit to what a single FILELOG instruction can handle.  The work-around is to split it up across 2 (or more) FILELOG instructions with different base file names (e.g. FILELOG w/RunDataA and another FILELOG w/RunDataB).

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