This release launches Unitronics’ line of VFDs, Variable Frequency Drives for your motor and motion control needs. As a part of Unitronics’ Total Control Solution strategy, Unitronics VFDs integrate seamlessly with the company’s existing product lines of PLC + HMI All-in-One controllers, UniStream, Vision, and Samba.
This simplifies your workflow by enabling you to obtain your VFDs, PLC + HMI controllers and related components, and support from a single source.You can configure and operate your VFD via the unit’s keypad or via UniLogic.
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/
thanks again for your answer...now I have 5 minute of "relax" to try to explain better what I have.
to be clear ...when the phisical installation was started my PLC was ready, program done, test field simulation etc, to be connected with the master...obviously I wrote a data exchange document with all explanation...also a step by step example... was who had to program the master side that was not ready...and develloped the program at customer site!
at the time I have connect the PLC with the PC where I created an easy program in C# to test...to show at the end customer that all work fine...and it was. after a few the second supplier told me that they were having problem because they never used Modbus protocol (but was the agreement from the beginning!?)...I explained again what they had to do...after a few they told me "now is ok"....great I thoug...but now they come back telling me that sometimes the command is not catch...in my PLC I have a "debug page" where I can see the amount of the "success" and "failed" about the TCP side...the fail are always "0" and the "success" increased every time.
in their PLC they don't manage the exception or the data send error or don't check "my" registers about alarms or wrongs commands....I know because the customer user don't found these when the system seems not working...and they (second supplier) are not telling me how they are creating the data string that are sending...
yes I can use something like a "sniffer" but I was thinking if the buffer of the data entry was available!?
I would like to clear all the data in a certain struct. I thought I was able to do that using the Reset Numeric function. I entered the name of the struct in the function box tag and then erased the period. For some reason, however, the data is not being cleared in the struct. Am I wrong in how I set this up, or am I overlooking something?