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  1. I would like to suggest the option of an "OFF/ON/CANCEL" in the Message Box button options in Unilogic. I use the message box to turn OFF and ON; valves, motors and other devices in the binary image properties. Thanks for listening.
  2. I use Com port 2 to Modbus, Com port 1 i want to use to a modem. But as son as i change Tx/Rx to Modem the Modbus communication at Com 2 stop, when change back to Tx/Rx and repower, Modbus work again. Should this work?
  3. I created an EtherNet/IP adapter, 8 bytes in, 8 bytes out. In the ControlLogix PLC I created a Generic Ethernet Adapter node, 2 DINT in, 2 DINT out, and got an error '16#012a Connection Request Error: Invalid output application path' at the PLC. Then I changed PLC to Generic Ethernet Adapter node, 8 SINT in, 8 SINT out. Now I get '16#0114 Electronic Keying Mismatch: Electronic keying product code and/or vendor ID mismatch'. What would be your advice to establish a working EtherNet/IP connection between PLC and Unistream?
  4. YINGD

    UniLogic with EX-RC1

    I am working on a Unistream Project that will use an EX-RC1 module with an IO-AI4AO2. Does anybody happen to have a Visilogic example File for this configuration?
  5. Hi. I got this error when i was trying to save the project. This happends every time i tried to save, even with new projects. Im using UniLogic 1.18.60.0 I know its old, but i there is to many problems with CUP error and HMI overload with the newest update. Anyone that know why this happends? Thanks in advance.
  6. Hi all, This is an open invitation for you to suggest new ideas and thoughts for Unilogic UDFB's. It is very important for us to keep track of our customers needs. As part of this agenda we want to create and develop useful tools for your benefit. These UDFB's will be attached to the next releases of Unilogic. Please feel free to suggest any idea that seems useful. Thank you
  7. i4 Automation

    2018 Training Schedule

    All new customers get a free place on one of our training course's. Plus we offer the option to "Fast Track" your project with focused training on your application. 2018 schedule is out now on our website. http://www.i4automation.co.uk/training.aspx
  8. cbores1982

    DHCP Connection

    Is possible to get a DHCP connection through Unilogic Software?
  9. mzalbadri

    UniLogic Manuals

    I am new to Unitronics and Unilogic. I 've successfully installed Unilogic on my Windows 7 machine and I had a chance to play with it. I am new to PLC programming and I thought the most efficient way to answer most of my questions is to read the getting started manual first before I spent any more time with Unilogic. I did not find any manuals with the installed program and I did not find any manuals online. Its stupid questions; Is there any Unilogic Manuals? Getting Started manual? I found some for Visilogic but nothing for Unilogic I searched the web all what I found is the YouTube videos. I apologize in advance if i missed the link or if somebody asked this question before. I would appreciate your help. Thank you
  10. Hello, I have Unistream 7 and I have problem with configuration of high-speed output of module UIS-WCB2. The high speed output 0O should be able to be configured up to 250 kHz using PWM mode. According to help, I have configured in properties windows HS Block 1 to PWM - see screenshot. Then I have configured the struct B1 according to the screenshot, but it still does not work. The classical "slow" output using function PWM worked, however I can not get to work the high-speed 100 Khz+ output mode. Thank you very much for any tips. Best regards, Martin Sirovy.
  11. hotwires

    Windows 8.1 invalid class

    I attempted to install latest version of Unilogic on Windows 8.1 x64 OS. When I launch I get invalid class message, then nothing. Any suggestions?
  12. Hi, I am beginner in Unilogic. I learn this software and looking for step by step programming tutorials based on the concrete examples. I watched intro and other tutorials. At this stage some example tutorials of "this is how you do it for such scenario" would be very useful. I checked Unitronics website and web but did not find something similar. Does anyone have such tutorials or links to them, please. Thank you. Regards
  13. snizami

    Real word Byte Order

    Does any one know what is the native Byte order of Unilogic when a Modbus Double Register is mapped from a Remote Slave;
  14. Intro A UniLogic application writer need to keep on some ground rules in order to get the best performance from his UniStream. That’s because a GIF size in is calculated in the next manner: "Size in memory" = Width * Height * Frames * Bit depth Meaning that using a GIF without considering it dimensions can affected badly on the UniStream. ?How do I manage my GIFs Let's move on any of the equation elements and see how we can reduce them. Our start point is the "Damper.GIF" which dimensions are: - By right clicking on the GIF and choosing "Properties" -> "Details" Width – 1000 Height – 1000 Bit depth – 8 :By entering this link (ezgif.com) and choosing the GIF with "Choose file" and then "Upload". In the page that opened you can use - To resize the GIF Width & Height. The values that you want to resize to them are the size of the widget linked to the GIF in UniLogic.Enter the values and press "Resize it!". When it's done in the frame below you can press on "Save" to download it to your PC :(Frames – You can use the same website to remove some unneeded frames (less animated GIFs). In the next tab (1 Pressing on "skip" (2 or 3) can remove the frame (first or fifth). After any change you can use "Animate it!" and see your editing result :If we edit the example GIF to, let's say 100x100 with 5 frames (the application user can hardly tell) we save Old 1000 * 1000 * 7 * 8 = 56,000,000 bits New 100 * 100 * 5 * 8 = 400,000 bits .That's 55,600,000 bits or 6.95M bytes of memory ?To what values do I need to aim A user needs to aim as lower as possible because the memory divides between his other application features and it depends on the number of images/GIFs on the current screen. As a rule always aim to a GIF that is size is no higher than 50k
  15. I recently came a cross with a UniLogic application that use large structs. For example, one struct was composed of 80 members, and most of the members type was INT16, like so: In memory the struct look like this: struct MyStruct //struct size is 80 * 4 = 320 bytes { INT32 ID; //size 4 INT16 Val_1; //size 2 CHAR[2] padding1; //size 2 INT16 Val_2; //size 2 CHAR[2] padding2; //size 2 //…. INT16 Val_79; //size 2 CHAR[2] padding79; //size 2 } notice the padding that added to the struct. That's common in software in order to align the memory so work will perform more effectively. This padding cause every 2 bytes in an INT16 type an extra "weight" of 2 bytes – so every INT16 is 4 bytes. One can think that the struct size is 4 + 2 * 79 = 162 bytes, when in fact it 320 bytes, almost two times bigger (!). Now, let's try the next approach: In memory: struct MyStruct_NEW //struct size is 4 + 2 * 79 = 162 bytes { INT32 ID; //size 4 INT16[79] Val_Arr; //size 158 } And we got a struct size 162 bytes, as intended. Just imagine we use struct "MyStruct" in a 3,000 line Data Table, we will waste almost 0.5M bytes (3,000 * 158), while "MyStruct_NEW" waste nothing. For conclusion, when creating structs in UniLogic consider the padding factor in order to reduce your PLC memory consumption.
  16. Hello, I'm trying to comand an output with a button, but when I'm on online mode, the direct contact I use in the transition refer to the output don't work. I don't understand because it's a simple action. Bits are high but transitions don't go forward. Furthermore, there are some coils which stay activated without reasons. Thanks for your help
  17. Our customer is seeking an experienced PLC and HMI programmer, training can be organised for the Unitronics range of both Vision and Unistream products. Must also have experience in project management. Please contact us with your CV and we will pass it on to our customer, no agencies and please only apply if you have suitable UK work permit or
  18. 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!
  19. 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!!
  20. Lubron Uk

    Unilogic Alarm Timers

    In the Unilogic built in alarms, you can select an 'on delay' or 'off delay' timer. These are fixed values, hardcoded into the programme. It would be nice to be able to link these to timer structs so that you can adjust the alarm time from the HMI in a running programme. I am aware that you could just write ladder code that uses the timer struct, and then call a bit to trigger the alarm, but it would be much nicer to implement as above
  21. Hi there, i'm not able to read 32bit float big-endian from Janitza UMG104. Connection is over COM1 in Modbus mode, periodic trigger activated by pushbutton and set slave-name (bit) to 1. This works fine for the Modbus TCP slave, which provide me system information. The powermeter i try to read, deliver me important informations which i later need to add together with sensor values to a data table. Reading fails at the point, the 32bit float comes in. I tried: Register addresses 19018 (current, A), 19026 (power, W) and 19034 (power, VA) with own Tags as REAL, with memory float array MF[MF_0] to MF[MF_2], reading the registers from normal table (1639) and with adding address value for little endian communication. Nothing works. Registers 19xxx provide most used values. The REAL goes to a REAL to INT converter, ouput is INT32. A try with GridVis and Janitza Modbus Diagnostic tool works fine, all 3 Register addresses with reading 4 bytes. When i take a look the the online state of the memory floats, i see flickering data. I will try the swap bytes extended, but i hope, you have generally an idea, what goes wrong and how i can fix this. Pictures follows later, when i'm back to work Enviroment: Janitza UMG104 (latest firmware), Unistream USP-156-B10 (latest firmware), Com1 38400/8/n/1 Modbus periodic, Modbus Slave ID 1. (yes, I'm new to PLC/HMI) BR
  22. Joesteva

    Data table csv file name

    Greettings, is there a way to export the csv file including the date in the file name? Currently I have the name "Refinacion" as the exported file name, I think it is overwritting this file every time it exports.
  23. 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.
  24. Kerhun

    Hexadecimal constant

    How do i take an hexadecimal constant operand for a block (#10 for decimal = #?? for hexa)
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