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Help me V1210 with counter

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Hi friends,

i have an counter that it have been fail in count of our machine through signal pulse of encoder.

i want to use it (v1210) for measure the number of product that go out of machine of press.

 

I need of values of:

liquid counter

gross counter

reset both

and accumulated

 

Anybody have idea about this application then please learn me.

:mellow:

Best regards,

 

Nildo

 

 

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All value comes from k1(encoder) gross counter.and i believe liquid is formule.

How to use a counter with HSC for this application?

Tk you.

Nildo

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Hi Joe,

 

All sign pulse come to pin k1 (B70-encoder). One go to S7-300 and other go to convertor frequency (1:2) that go to input cartoon.

I believe that CPU need only of a pulse of reference to obtain gross counter. And for calculate result value of count liquid.

 

Please check more detail in your personal email.

Thank you for now.

 

Nildo

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Nildo-

 

So it looks like A70 is some kind of scaling module configured by which input pins are tied to +24V.  Thanks for the clarification on K1.  You have to tell your doctor these things.

 

I'll check my email tomorrow, but for purposes of the forum which I/O module are you using?  To get a HSC on a V1210 you'll need a snap IO module (one of the V200s).

 

Joe T.

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Thank you for answer Joe.

 

I am using right now a [V1210]+[v200-18-ex3xb] for test of read value direct of counter(Sensor 5 pin Visolux LT63/70b). Fist step is read value correct of counter.

But in future I will use [V1210]+[v200-18-ex3xb] connected network Canbus with [EX-RC1]+[iO-DI8-TO8].

 

Email again.

 

Meus cumprimentos,

Nildo

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