Our latest release launches a major addition to our All-in-One Solution: Motion Control. Our full range of Servos and Motors is easily programmed in UniLogic; the Ladder editor offers PLCopen-compliant MC Function Blocks. In addition, Unitronics supplies you with Ready-made Motion code; this enables you to immediately get moving with your Motion system.
UniLogic greatly simplifies servo applications by enabling you to:
Drag & drop drives and motors into your project: UniLogic automatically defines the correct configuration and automatically sets up communications for you
Add up to 8 Axes, drag & drop actuators; UniLogic automatically converts units
Benefit from automatic calculations: UniLogic analyzes the mechanical properties of your selections and recommends safe values
Use the Ready-made Motion application to execute movements, such as Point-to-Point, Jog, and Homing--you can open this application and edit as needed to adapt it to your motion requirements
Program Motion Control via drag & drop, using industry standard motion Function Blocks (PLCopen)
This major release introduces a number of new features that will boost your productivity, such as wide Ladder nets and dynamic I/O configurations.
In addition, when you install this version and open it for the first time, a pop-up will allow you to access app store links for Unitronics’ Remote Operator for Mobile app. For the complete rundown, read the version changes at https://unitronicsplc.com/software-visilogic/
This already exists.
When PLC connects to DataXport computer, DataXport initiate data transfer.
Even more - DataXport can transfer only new data and left pointer in Data Table to trace transfer.
See DataXport bhelp for more details.
Maybe Nikola might respond to a PM?
In line with Flex's response above, wondering if doing an initialise and reset might cure things? But this will mean the user needs to get into info mode if you can't do it remotely.
If remote access is possible but not currently in place, and it is a long way away, consider sending the user some components to get you online? Or try sending an SD with the program for them to transfer, before ship/replace?
I'm wondering whether it might be some innate thing in the display itself, that perhaps an internal connection jiggle might cure. But all of these need basic skills.