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/
By the way, the answer to your question, @JOYE, is that FACTOR is how you deal with the decimal placement since you are converting the string representation to an integer. If the string looks like this: "123.45", then you would use a factor of 100 to result in an integer value of 12345. You can then display this integer number on the HMI screen and identify where to place the decimal. If you use the number in calculations, you would need to account for the fact that the number has been multiplied by 100 and deal with that properly.
Hi Kikis, the thing that bothers me about this device (I've looked at it in the past) is that it appears that it uses an intermediary server to do the connection. It doesn't appear to be a direct link because you "log in to your Talk2M account" using the "eCatcher client" to initiate the connection.
Perhaps this negative view is completely unfounded/unjustified and it is all perfectly ok, but I have a personal aversion to that sort of principle.