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Remote Access enables you to use a PC to access remote Vision, M90/91, and Jazz OPLCs.
Remote Access includes UniDownload Designer, and Operand and Data Tables access.

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    • Vitaly, There is no problem. Curve runs from right to left by design. Why do you think there is a problem?  
    • It is not starting with Windows, but rather when you first run UniLogic, and it stays up from that moment. The Notifier has few tasks: * Discover UniStream devices connected through USB (and when UniLogic needs the list of devices, it gets them from the Notifier) * Handle the list of crashed projects (When UniLogic closes unexpectedly, the Notifier detects it and let you recover that non-saved project into a file) * As its name says, it is a notifier. When you see the bubble, or get notifications on windows 10 notifications (about device being discovered or project crash), the Notifier does that,
    • This doesn't appear to have anything to do with Unitronics products. If it does, please respond with more info. Otherwise I will delete the post shortly.
    • Posted Thursday at 11:19 AM   COPIED HERE AND EXPANDED   Hi;   Having Issues trying to communicate with the PLC via Ethernet ?    Some Guidelines :   Is the Ethernet Cable Plugged into the Ethernet Port ?  and are the LED's Flashing  for connectivity?               The Expansion port uses  a  RJ45 Connector also, and is often confused with the Ethernet port.   Are the PLC and the PC on the SAME  IP Base   Address Structure ( network)?        e.g.   192.168.1.x   If   the connection is direct, consider a  Crossover Ethernet  Cable.  Can you  PING   the PLC IP Address   from the PC  and get a reply?   Check the PLC   using INFO Mode   ( Password 1111)                     Ethernet              Upper lines show Ethernet IP and current status             Middle allows you to view and set parameters - IP, Sockets            Press Monitor to see if any   data is reaching the PLC ( selectable by the port )             Check the PLC NAME                Name is under Software  -   On  New Units --   it is a number   In VisiLogic :    ---| | -----=------PLC Name --   Set the IP ---Set up Sockets  SB2                   SB2  is a Power up one shot   that runs only 1 time in the program - at Power UP     - used to set parameters   Always set up the Ethernet Settings within the first few Nets in the MAIN  Program ( NOT in a subroutine !)     ( Same for Serial Ports ) There are default settings for sockets, but they can be changed to what you want them to do.      Check Help   for the default sockets   When attempting to download the first time using the Ethernet Port setting up an Ethernet Connection the first time, there are 2 options        1   Check the PLC Name in Info Mode and the IP Parameters.                    Under communications and setting, set the Ethernet Parameters using the NAME from the PLC                    ( After the program is downloaded, the name can be changed to your PLC Name )          2    download the program thru the serial port   or USB Port  -- this way the PLC Name is Set   YOUR   way                         
    • Hello, Have you integrated a SGD-##AP or SGD-##BP servo drive? I'm in the process of automating my rotary table for my milling machine and I have the Yaskawa components. I have integrated torque/speed drives but I have zip zero experience with step & direct logic. It appears to be simple, but I have jumped to that conclusion before. The drive accepts 3 forms of digital logic one of which is step & direction and another like the signal from a hand pulse generator. The latter signal I'm familiar with but not with S&D. I will be using an Arduino to control the drive. Ron
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