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Multiple options is a different kettle of fish. However, the basics are the same.
Because MIs can be used in compares, you can set things up based on answers to HMI questions moving numbers into the relevant MIs. How many in total? Move that answer into the total count MI. How many before I need to do the first change? Move that into the MI controlling the first compare set. How much to lower the head each time? That goes in another MI etc etc.
There will be other methods, but this is likely easiest for you at present if you are talking variables on a range of things all the time.
I've got a situation where I am using hold-down operations on various keys. The 130 reacts correctly to doing single or multiple hold-downs if doing them manually.
But is it possible to do this using R Access? I can't find any way to do it, and I've experimented a fair bit. If it is feasible, could it please be incorporated in the future?
I have various "button-hold" operations that work fine manually and are often far better suited to the particular job than other methods available, but I am forced to fundamentally change my operations to more complex methods as I need to be able to use RA as if I was onsite.
Hi Ausman, Where I am confused is having multiple options. Where i could program several different measurements. I was hoping Unitronics had and example I could start with so I could get a starting point. This concept seems confusing to me for some reason. I am sure the solution is infantile, but I am confused.
First thought is to set up a counter that uses compares to control the operations based on the count it has reached by adding 1 each operation. You can then manipulate the count to easily adjust/reset if necessary.
I am looking for a batching example. Meaning; I would have 10 variable thinknesses it would do an operation lower a head 1000 counts (preset one) do the operation then lower the head 850 counts (second preset) and so on and so on.
Any help of an example would be appreciated.