Enhanced Vision OPLCs support SD cards that enable application data to be stored and remotely accessed. SD Suite enables you to view and manipulate that data, as well as format cards and perform other tasks. Note that SD Cards also enable , complex web-page hosting, and application cloning between OPLCs.
Remote Operator enables you to use a PC to view and work with a remote controller's HMI panel. You can define any number of controllers, then open multiple sessions to view them simultaneously, while docking or cascading windows according to your preferences.
DataXport creates logs of run-time or stored data from Data Tables and operand regions within Unitronics PLCs. DataXport saves the data logs in .ulp format. You can open these data logs using DataXport's companion application, DataXls, and then export the data to Excel files.
This tool downloads compressed control applications to local or remote Unitronics controllers. You generate a compressed application from within either U90 Ladder or VisiLogic. Your end user will be able to download the application, but will not be able to view or modify it. The tool can download applications and OS.
Hi Mal, only just noticed this post. I am on 9.8.65 and don't have any issues doing what you want. 9.8.65 is an older version but many users on the forum think it the best one at present.
1). Ensure that your Visilogic installation was run as administrator, and that the exe is set to run as admin.
2). When you export to excel you have to click one of the greyed out "Net#" areas for it to happen properly. There is only a tiny change on screen to show that this has been done, in the form of a "dotted" border on the clicked net. My exports do both off and online ok.
3). The page from Help you have shown is all that I know is available. Perhaps a question to official support might elicit more info. If so, please post back.
UniLogic is no longer supported on Windows 7 since version 1.33. This is because older UniLogic versions were using SQL Local DB 2012, which is no longer supported by Microsoft.
This means that any security issues with SQL 2012 will not be fixed by Microsoft.
UniLogic 1.33 is using SQL Local DB 2019, which is however not supported on Windows 7 and also requires a 64Bit Windows.
If you are using Windows 7, then you can continue using it with UniLogic 1.32 and program your PLC. Older versions of UniLogic are still available on our website.
Programs created with UniLogic 1.32 and older can be opened with newer versions of UniLogic. This has always been the case.
In you have Windows 10, then you can install UniLogic 1.33. In that case, the installer will install SQL Local DB 2019, and will transfer all the projects this this version.
This means that UniLogic 1.32 will also work with SQL 2019.
Please note that Microsoft does not allow downgrading data bases into older versions, so any project saved (or even opened) on Windows 10 (After UniLogic 1.33 was installed, even when you open it with 1.32), cannot be opened on computers that still have their UniLogic use SQL Local DB 2012