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  1. Hi, I'm using Unitronics PLC JZ20-J-T40, and ZView SCADA. I have successfully downloaded my program into PLC, and tested communication via usb (Serial), and via Ethernet (MJ20-ET1). It's all working properly. Problem begins when i try to connect my PLC to scada PC. With USB everything is working normally, but it's not an option for me to work with usb connection. I want to work with Ethernet communication between PLC and SCADA. What should i do to make it work? Regards Nikola Ljubinkovic
  2. I've done some searching but have not found an answer to this particular problem yet. I have tried configuring my Unitronics PLC to send email, and have followed the instructions for initializing and connecting the socket connection to a gmx email host. However, I have noticed that when I telnet to the mail.gmx.com server through port 465 (the only port I can connect through), I get a connection for only about 20 seconds before it is 'closed by foreign host'. It seems like maybe the port is not correct? I have tried 25 (which does not let me connect) and 465 because I found those ports online. I think the same thing is happening in the ladder code, because i briefly get a successful indication of connection, but then it gets reset. Has anyone seen this issue before? I was under the impression that GMX was a validated email host to use with these PLCs, so am I doing something wrong?
  3. Hello! Another one topic PLC/E-mail. Unfortunately, I'm not able to copy with the problems. I use the ladder from Example (of course). In CMD I write "telnet pop.gmail.com 25" and I can see the protocol type used by the server. After that i tape "pin pop.gmail.com" and see the IP address of the server. The first change that I make in the ladder is IP in "TCP/IP - Tcp connect" block. The new IP is the same as IP address of the server. The second change is in the "E-mail" block. "From:" e-mail is Support@unitronics.com and the receiving e-mail is "..........gmail.com". When I press "connect" in HMI the system is able to connect. However, when I press "Send E-mail" there are two mistakes: "The server cannot receive data (DATA mode error)" and "From address format incorrect " I have tried many settings but non of them was workable. Please, give me an advise where might be the mistake!
  4. Hi, I have a customer that is looking to use a Unitronics PLC to add additional outputs to their existing system. The main system runs on a .net application, so the PLC would be mainly used to set/reset a MB or Output at a particular time. The response time needs to be pretty fast, likely a few milliseconds from PC send to output state change. Which communication method would be the fastest or would they be roughly the same? - PCOM - .NET driver - Custom protocol with short command sent from PC and received via FB protocol scan. Just getting a feel on how I should build the PLC communications class. Thanks,
  5. Hello, I'm quite new here and don't have much experience with unitronics. I started project for my self, where I use unitronics Samba solution/PLC + sensors. I use Unitronics Samba PLC device to manage my machine. Beside that I need to collect probs collected from sensors and export them to remote database. Can you help me and point out, how to take probs form Samba PLC? I would like to connect directly to Samba PLC and take probs from PLC (not raw probs from sensors) How do I connect to Samba PLC - Ethernet? RS 232? Which protocol deals with this best? Best Regards, Magic
  6. If you haven't checked out the Unitronics Youtube for awhile, you may want to check out our UniLogic Tech Tidbits Playlist. The most recent Tidbit shows you how to create your own, reusable HMI Custom Controls. After you create a control, you can drag and drop it from the Solution Explorer, export/import it between projects as .uluce files, or add it to the Library. You can also define tags that are local to a specific Custom Control, these tags will be exported/imported along with the control. It's all in the link below!
  7. This was an excellent year - a year of growth - for the Unitronics community. We now number over 20,000 members! I can back this up with hard statistics for 2016: We welcomed over 3,000 new members to our user forum… …who made 2,100 posts … in 526 new topic! We all benefit from forum members who devote big blocks of time to helping others. These people put a lot of effort into writing detailed answers to questions and aiding others in trouble-shooting their applications. This year, three of our top posters from 2016 were again top contributors to the Unitronics community. Our top UniGuru MVPs for 2016 are: Joe Tauser Barry Lanier (forum name: Flex727) Ausman In recognition of their fine work, the profiles of our MVPs will be marked with a new icon for 2016: In recognition of their fine work, the profiles of our MVPs will be marked with a new icon for 2016: Our most valuable commodity is, always, time—to volunteer that time to help other people using your expertise is truly worthy of respect--thanks to you all! Youtube Channel The official Unitronics Youtube channel, https://www.youtube.com/user/UnitronicsWebinars is growing. In 2016, our top video clips were the: Webinar: HMI Tricks and Tips for VisiLogic, with over 8,000 views: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MwhQkdbC6s PLC Training: Introduction to UniLogic, HMI + PLC Application Software, with over 6,000 views: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BV30MkDQYPk WEBINAR: Unitronics Vision - CANOpen, also with over 6,000 views: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIkBJ4NheCc Media - We're in the NEWS! Unitronics was featured in a number of trade magazines in 2016—if you missed these articles, check 'em out now! IEN, Industry Interview feature: How Will Industry 4.0 Influence the Future of PLCs? IEN feature article. Hardware Division Benny Magrafta, Unitronics R&D Manager, Software Division, was extensively quoted: HMI checklist: What to consider when shopping for an HMI solution IEN - Industrial Products in Spotlight IEN featured an application based on the UniStream PLC + HMI, 10.4, a project done for Djurdjevic is a meat production company based in Serbia Is it possible for an automated system to run so efficiently you forget it’s there? We are proud to continue to bring you Unitronics true All-in-One value: our complete range of automation products and software from the pioneers of the PLC + HMI controller, backed by Unitronics unparalleled sales and tech support. Enjoy them in 2017!!
  8. Hello Is it possible to read one PLC (V130 in my case) with more than one UniOPC server software which are running in different computers? I have an application where V130 is read from one PC by UniOPC server and I need read same PLC with other UniOPC server located in other PC. All tags are identical. I installed UniOPC program to both PC and they both can read the PLC but not simultaneously. I can connect both UniOPC with PLC, but only firstly connected OPC can read tag values. Secondly connected OPC tags quality is //Uncertain, non-specific// and tag values are zeros. Both UniOPC sever have identical configuration. Is it in principle not possible to read one PLC with two UniOPC or I have problems with settings? Regards, Meelis
  9. hi, im new to this unitronics n hv to do a project in it. i need a help. im using V1040 i need to get the plc output in raspberry as web page. cant i open the output as web sever instead of web page and hw can i give the connection between plc and raspberry pi. can i just connect both by using router or hv to connect with wired. is any simple method to do this.. ive done a project in ABB pm574 that hv inbulid websever so i dont need to create an webpage and i just connect plc with raspberry pi using router..
  10. The R&D gurus at Unitronics headquarters have been hard at work - and so, we present you with: >drum roll< UniLogic 1.18.37 >drum roll< Here are a few version highlights: SQL Connectivity: Highly convenient and easy to use, UniLogic enables programmers to build SQL Queries and execute them via Ladder functions, including data transfer data between UniStream’s Data Tables and remote SQL databases. HMI Custom Controls: A programmer can create an HMI Custom Control, and then drag and drop it from the Solution Explorer, export/import it between projects as .uluce files, or add it to the Library. Programmers can also define tags that are local to a specific Custom Control; local tags are exported/imported along with the control. Other convenient features include an HMI email Configuration Widget, the ability to edit email accounts via UniApps as well as UniApps interface translations for Russian, Polish, and Chinese. To enjoy these as well as other additional features and enhancements, download it from http://unitronicsplc.com/software-unilogic/ U90 Ladder version, 6.6.24 + New Jazz® 2 We have also released a new U90 Ladder version, 6.6.24. This version brings you the option to create a download File (*.d90) without connecting to a physical PLC. You can then use the *.d90 file to create zipped project via UniDownloader Designer to be used in Unitronics' UniDownloader software utility (*.udc) This version also supports a new Jazz® 2 controller model, a compact, full-function PLC that comprises an excellent built-in I/O configuration, plus an integrated text display. The new model, JZ20-UA24, offers 15 inputs: 9 digital, 1 high-speed counter, 2 inputs that can be wired as analog or digital, and 2 analog inputs that can be wired as thermocouple or PT100 . The output configuration includes 5 relay, 2 transistor, and 2 analog outputs. Like all Jazz® 2 controllers, JZ20-UA24 brings you 48K (virtual) Ladder Logic memory, a built-in mini USB programming port, and is 30 times faster than Unitronics’ standard Jazz® controller, allowing industrial control processes to enjoy more power, speed and functionality at the same low price.
  11. I need to interface a Unistream with an Omron PLC. Specifically, the OMRON SYSMAC CJ2M CPU31. Omron requires an EDS file for all Ethernet/IP connections and a generic EDS file we found does not seem to work. The Unistream is configured as an adapter and the Omron is configured as the scanner. During testing, I did attempt to switch roles and have the Unistream as the Scanner and the Omron as the adapter, but neither configuration seemed to work. The error message in the Omron indicates a byte count issue; however, with the assistance of an Omron integrator, we confirmed that the number of bytes in and out of the Omron is correct.
  12. Hello, I am/was completely new to Unitronics hardware, and thereby UniStream by default LOL, until of 9:00am this morning, so please do not assume any level of knowledge specific to the device. My apologies for the overly specific sequence of events to follow, but I need help and do not wish to loiter on how exactly things came to pass. Unboxed HMI Panel (USP-070-B10), CPU (USC-P-B10), and DIO Module (UIS-WCB1) Removed battery slip from CPU Removed Bus Connector Cover from CPU Attached CPU to HMI Panel Attached DIO Module to HMI Panel Slid DIO Module's Bus Connector Lock to the left into CPU Connected 24VDC Supply to HMI Panel Installed UniLogic Opened UniLogic Connected USB cable from (Corporate) HP EliteBook 8770w (running Windows 7.3 64bit) USB to HMI Panel *Windows installer opened* *Windows installer failed* *HMI Panel Rebooted* *HMI Panel Rebooted* *HMI Panel Rebooted* *HMI Panel Rebooted* ... *HMI Panel Rebooted* Disconnected USB cable from computer *HMI Panel booted to Demo* (repeated process 3 times) Unplugged 24VDC connector Exited UniLogic Force closed "Unitronics.Notifier.exe" via Windows Task Manager Plugged in 24VDC connector *HMI Panel booted to Demo* Opened UniLogic Connected USB from computer to HMI *HMI Panel Rebooted* *HMI Panel Rebooted* *HMI Panel Rebooted* *HMI Panel Rebooted* ... *HMI Panel Rebooted* Disconnected USB cable from computer *HMI Panel booted to Demo* Can anyone offer me help here to get this to connect via USB? Thank you, Skylar
  13. Hello I am new user in program unilogic I have a CPU USP 156-B10 (15) and connected to it EXRC1 and IO moduls. We used unilogic for local illumination in the company. How can to facilitate the use of time switching on/off different light with different time for a different schedule. In function of schedule can switched on and off an output (lamp). This is not a problem. I want the same schedule for all lamp to on and off a different outputs with different preset times.!!! how could be used this? thanks for halp Marko
  14. Greettings, I'm a Electrical Engineer from Venezuela currently developing an application using one of your PLC, a USP-156-B Unistream device,I was testing the behavior of the data table and data trend funtionalities and when booted to implement in my project, the PLC requested an SD card, I inserted an 8Gb Sandisk micro SDHC SD card and proceeded to manually reboot (turning the power down, and then back up). Now the PLC won't get past the black screen with the UniStream logo (I believe this is the boot up function) with or without the SD card. Is there a way to upload the firmware? or how do I solve this? I can't get into Uniapps.
  15. Hello, I am new to Unitronics and have just bought a SAMBA unit (SM43-J-R20) with the optional serial port (V100-17-RS4X) and I need some help with getting started. I need to read a load cell via RS232 from the optional port, but am having issues doing so. I've watched some webinars about MODBUS, but am not sure if this is what I need and if it is, what parameters I need to enter. I am using a Cooper Instruments load cell with a digital display. I found the following information in a PDF for the load cell: The output string is in the following format: <STX> <SIGN> <WEIGHT(7)> <STATUS> <ETX> Where STX: Start of transmission character (ASCII 02). ETX: End of transmission character (ASCII 03). SIGN: The sign of the weight reading (space for positive, dash (-) for negative). WEIGHT(7): A seven character string containing the current weight including the decimal point. If there is no decimal point, then the first character is a space. Leading zero blanking applies. STATUS: Provides information on the weight reading. The characters G/N/U/O/M/E represent Gross / Net / Underload / Overload / Motion / Error, respectively. On the PLC Info screen, I have the following information for COM 2: Protocol: MODBUS RS Type: RS232 Params: 9600 ,8,n,1 Silence: 3650us the Rx value is constantly incrementing, but under the Monitor screen, there is no value. Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am new to Unitronics and don't know where to begin. Thank you for your time.
  16. New Application Story **** Starring Samba in the role of theater grip! **** People--high cool factor here ------------------------------------------------------ Compact, Cost-Effective Samba PLC+HMI Opens Creative Avenues for Local Theater! “Motion Control with Unitronics PLCs has allowed us the freedom to reach for new heights of visceral creativity while expanding our technical innovation in a fast and cost-effective manner”. Summary: The Eagle Theatre in Hammonton, New Jersey partnered with Unitronics’ distributor, Bayview Bearing and Supply, to introduce innovations to a regional theater. Using a Samba PLC with 3.5” color-touch HMI and onboard I/O, the theater implemented a simple motion control application for their set pieces. Since the initial installation, the Eagle Theatre has expanded the application, creating more complex moving sets that greatly enhance the mood and themes of their productions. Full story: The Eagle Theatre in Hammonton, New Jersey is South Jersey’s only year-round professional Equity theatre. They are dedicated not only to bringing great theater to the region, but also to bringing innovation to their productions. To achieve those goals, the theater decided to add moving elements to their sets for one of their productions. Three screens needed to descend at a consistent speed, but at different times. The team at the Eagle Theatre initially tried to use electric winch packages, but these were slow and too noisy to use during a performance. With only one week until the show opened, the theater reached out to Bayview Bearing and Supply, a Unitronics distributor, for help. Bayview Bearing was able to solve these issues by implementing a Samba all-in-one PLC with 3.5-inch color-touch HMI. They worked with Jared Smith, a contractor with Deerfield Electric, who built the panel and installed the unit. The Samba controlled Vacon 20 VFD’s (Variable Frequency Devices) and World Wide Electric Gear Motors in order to move the set pieces. Each of the moving pieces was assigned a virtual button on the Samba; these buttons raised and lowered the screens, while also displaying their current position. Not only did the new system work beautifully, Bayview Bearing was able to get it up and running with enough time for rehearsals with the new system before the show opened. Not only was this particular performance a success due to the Samba, working with PLC control has created new options for the Eagle Theatre moving forward. Ted Wioncek III, Co-Artistic Director at the theater, explains “motion control with Unitronics PLC’s has allowed us the freedom to reach for new heights of visceral creativity while expanding our technical innovation in a fast and cost effective manner.” In fact, the Eagle Theatre has already expanded the motion control application to other shows. For one production, the entire set shifted constantly, with the walls moving in and out independently of each other. A major theme of the show was misdirection, so the moving set was used to reinforce that theme within the physical space the characters interact with. As Ryan Mayer of Bayview Bearing explains, this isn’t a typical motion control application, “this is automation technology meeting the art community and producing fantastic results.” To learn more about Bayview Bearing and Supply, visit them online. To learn more about the Eagle Theatre, visit them online.
  17. Hello. I have a program that isn’t that large but is repeated multiple times for multiple devices of the same type. I wanted to make a UDFB were I would only have to pass in a struct of the device but because I have to use Negative and Positive Transition Contacts many time throughout the program then I have had to have each device in its one Region. Isn’t there a way to use PTC and NPC inside UDFBs? Regards
  18. I am from Mexico, I hope you could understand what I wrote. I Have a PLC+HMI Unistream 7". I plug in the PLC to HMI and connect the HMI to Power supply, afterwards, screen "initializing" appears and remainds on that screen, kept for hours. I have checked my wirings, PLC and the HMI mutiple times and i sure it´s all in right. I can´t acces to UniApps and upgrade the firmware. The connection PC-PLC is succesful, but the PLC needs upgrade firmware. I hope you can help me. Thank you
  19. Hi there, Does anyone have any specifications on the accuracy of the real-time clock in the UniStream PLCs? I am using one (a USP-070-B10) for an application that monitors a very slow-changing system, and so needs to be accurate (hopefully at least to the nearest second) over a number of consecutive days. Sometimes tests stretch into weeks. I recently (about four weeks ago, but I’m not absolutely sure) noticed the clock was way off and synchronised it with my computer clock (which is accurate and auto-updates, etc.). This time I checked and it was between 4 and 5 minutes out, so seems like it might be deviating by about a minute a week. This is a real problem when we need to match up data on this system with data on other logging systems – it should not be more than a second or so out at any time if we are to do that accurately. Also, is there any way to get the system to update with daylight savings time, so the clock does not need to be manually reset at these points? Thank you for the advice.
  20. Hi, I am wondering how to send two or more SDOs, one after the other. In attachment is a image of how I have been trying to do it. It awys just sends the first one in the network. I have tried putting them in series, parallel and in different rungs. I realize that the setup i have is not working out because, while the first one is sending then the "SDO in progress bit" goes high and then it skips the other one. Is there an easy way of doing this? Some thing that would trigger the second one to go of as soon as the first one is done.
  21. I am trying to get CANopen communication going between my Unistream and a Motor controller (Mc) of type MDC1460 from Roboteq. I set the PLC to be node 1 and the Mc to be node 2. I set the Mc to send out a heartbeat every 1s. I then tried to send a NMT and SDO, but nothing happened. Then I tried setting up a Can sniffer to see if I was resaving the heartbeat. I saw in the sniffer that the identifier was 720. Meaning that the node was number 32 in decimal even though I had set it to #2 on the controller. But if I then power cycle the Mc and then it sent 702 after boot up. If I then reboot the PLC again it resaves 720 even though the Mc stayed on the whole time and no change was done to it. The weirdest part is that I’m not getting any control unless I set the Mc to be node number 32. I can send NMTs and SDOs, no problem, but as soon as I change the node id to 2 or any other number for that matter, except 32, I get nothing ??? Their suggestion at Roboteq, is that I should try setting the node id over RS232 instead of USB. I will try that tomorrow and see if it helps any. I am just not so sure any more. Is it me , is it the Mc or the PLC that is the problem or some combination? Could it be that the PLC is sending some object that makes the Mc behave in this manner? Is there something I´m not getting regarding the heartbeat or some other part of the CANopen protocol that could be causing this problem? O… and by the way I tried the same program on a load cell amplifier I had with no problems. I could set it to any node number and send it both NMTs and SDOs. Sorry for the long and tedious post, but does anyone have any suggestions that could possibly get me on the right track again or somewhere at least close?
  22. Hello, I am trying to setup TPDO and RPDO for a motor controller that I am working on. It seems that I only can make Time, PID and RTC type Tags (see pic1). Is it only me that does not understand how this works or is there a glitch in the software? The T and R command mapping tables for the controllers can be seen in pic2 and 3. I am totally new to Unitronics and relatively new to CANopen so maybe I am mistaking, but is it correct that I set the nodes in the way seen on the attached picture 1? I set the plc as master by giving it node ID 1 and the motor controllers 2 and 3? Best regards, Ari
  23. Hello, I've got a sreen filled with Numeric Boxes that make up a table to use for parameters. I noticed that you have "$_title" in the Keyboard Title, and you can set your own title, but is it possible to make this title variable? The columns are shifted from side to side depending on a variable, and I'd like to add a text that says something like "Column %Column_Number%, Rotation Speed" If you're wondering how the columns are set up: 4 On-Screen Columns 17 On-Screen Rows 20 Off-screen Columns 17 Off-screen Rows Thanks, Exouxas
  24. This is more of a hardware question, but it seems like they took the unistream hardware forum down...or I can't find it. Anyways, I've purchased one of the 15.6" Unistream PLC+HMI's and will meet it at the training seminar in Texas. My chief concern is the 15.6" Unistream's operating temperature is only rated down to 32 degrees F where as the 7" and 10.4" models are good down to -4 degrees F. Is this something that will be upgraded in the future? Or is there something about the 15.6" screen that limits its cold temperature rating? Can I pay extra to get cold temp components installed in the 15.6" model? Thanks
  25. The award-winning Vision controller series welcomes its newest member—the Vision430™. The beautiful, wide 4.3" built-in color touchscreen brings added value to any application that requires a compact PLC controller with onboard I/Os. The touchscreen and five function keys are housed in a flat fascia with an IP66/IP65/NEMA4X rating—a fine fit for the food and pharmaceutical industries. Each Vision430™model offers a unique onboard I/O configuration that can include digital, high-speed, and analog I/Os, including PT100/Thermocouple and weight/pressure measurement. Expansion modules enable local and remote I/O at distances of up to 1000 meters, making Vision430™ a cost-effective solution for applications up to 512 I/Os. Power features include 24 auto-tuned PID loops to control temperature, level, and pressure. Time-based and immediate interrupt support make Vision430™ a natural for ‘rapid response’ applications such as packaging machines. Built-in recipe capabilities are supported by Data Tables, which store the parameters required to control a specific process. Data Tables also enable the controller to store data logs to micro-SD card. The micro-SD card also stores application back-ups, and allows complete PLC cloning. Communication options include Ethernet, cellular, and industrial protocols such as MODBUS, DF1 slave, BACnet, J1939, CANopen and more. In addition, the ‘Protocol’ utility allows Vision430™ to communicate via almost any ASCII protocol. The unit can be directly accessed via mini-USB programming port, and remotely accessed using GPRS/GSM/CDMA and other IP networks for data acquisition and program download. Another major benefit is the ability to notify supervisors of critical information via e-mail and SMS, enabling real-time remote management. The machine operator communicates directly with the application via the resistive analog touchscreen—or remotely, via the free Remote Operator utility—which displays data, color trend graphs, and attention-grabbing alarm screens. Display options are almost endless, with more than 1024 user-designed screens supported by 12 MB of memory for images and 1MB for fonts. OEMs and machine builders profit from intuitive, all-in-one VisiLogic software that enables rapid hardware configuration, PLC, and HMI application programming. VisiLogic includes a full library of Drag & Drop function blocks for complex automation control tasks, such as PID, and a rich, FREE color library of industrial images. Produced by Unitronics, a global developer and manufacturer of PLC + HMI controllers, Vision430™ is backed by Unitronics standard policy of customer care, includings FREE software and utilities, plus FREE personalized technical support. This combines with reduced overall system costs—minimized hardware requirements, saved cabinet space, and reduced Panel-PLC –I/O wiring—to bring an excellent price-performance ratio. Product page is here. Specifications are here. Happy Automating
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