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  1. Hi all, Whilst cruising some old folders I came across this pdf which is dated 2/12/04! Although it doesn't perfectly match the current Examples system or order, most of the referenced examples still exist and these over-views often give a much better idea of what the example covers. Have a squiz and you might find many mysteries revealed...that you didn't even know were possible! Perhaps such a description pdf exists for latest examples and I just haven't found it. If so, apologies. cheers, Aus VisiLogic_Examples.pdf
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  2. You can find original Helpdesk article at next link: Prepare Disk on Key (DOK) or SD card to work with PLC https://support.unitronics.com/index.php?/selfhelp/view-article/prepare-disk-on-key-dok-or-sd-card-to-work-with-plc
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  3. Hi Vincent, Sure, but the manual was in Spanish, so I translated it for you here below. Best regards There are many conditions or possible problems that may appear with SD cards or PenDrives. To maximize the compatibility of these elements, please follow the steps described below: · For this example an 8GB SD card has been used. · If you have important information in the device, make a backup 1) If you are using a virtual machine, make sure the USB port is linked to the VM 2) Open windows console (Execute CMD) 3) Execute “diskpart 4) Visualize “list disk”. This command will show all units. 5) Insert your SD/PenDrive 6) Execute again “list disk” A new unit will show up. If not, this is a problem between windows and the SD 7) Let’s suppose the unit appears in the list. Execute “select disk 2”. Disk 2 is the disk selected 8) Execute “list partition” Offset shouldn’t be 0 B 9) Execute “clean” DISKPART>clean This command will delete the partition of the selected disk. Make sure to select the right disk. Everything will be deleted. It will take a while. Be patient. 10) When the process is done, the message below will appear: DISKPART>clean Diskpart succeeded in cleaning the disk 11) Execute “list disk” again The selected disk will be marked with an asterisk * 12) Let’s suppose the disk is shown correctly. Execute “select disk 2” 13) Execute “list partition” DISKPART>list partition There are no partitions on this disk to show. 14) Execute “create partition primary” DISKPART>create partition primary Diskpart succeeded in creating the specified partition. 15) Execute “list partition” again DISKPART>list partition Offset shouldn’t be 0 B 16) Execute “detail partition” DISKPART>detail partition The file system is RAW (no format) 17) Format a new disk from windows with a cluster size of 4096 18) Execute “detail partition” again to confirm. File system now is FAT32 19) Execute “exit” to close diskpart DISKPART>exit Leaving DiskPart… 20) You can close command window (CMD) 21) Remove the SD/PenDrive safely 22) Insert the SD/Pendrive in the PLC 23) Go to UniApps or format with the SD Card Suite to generate the appropriate folder structure 24) Select Memory -> File Browser 25) For SD, you can verify the structure at Uniapps
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  4. Try hooking one side of the RTD to the CM terminal and the other side to both the PT terminals jumpered together. According to the drawing, the PT terminals compensate for lead resistance. Joe T.
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