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  1. It would be great to have a filtering Algorithm such as the Stavitzsky-Golay Smoothing method shown here. https://www.mathworks.com/help/curvefit/smoothing-data.html I have struggled with a product of ours to find a good way to smooth data before charting it to a Trend. My issue looks the same as this example but I cannot seem to get my math right in Unilogic to get this to work in a UDFB. I think that even if I could get it into a UDFB, I find that sometimes a UDFB of this level of complexity would be better off as a Fixed Function Block rather than a User Defined Function Block si
  2. Thanks Joe T. We would just like our Company Logo in place in the Unitronics Logo and possibly a name of the controller series listed in our sales literature.
  3. I have seen Unitronics HMI Screens out there with a custom bezel made with OEM Markinsg on them. Can anyone tell me where to buy these at? If you could add the approximate price each and minimum quantity, that would be helpful as well. For reference, I am looking for one to fit a 10" Unistream HMI
  4. Has anyone mounted a 2HP Unitronics VFD in a NEMA 4 Enclosure? Most of our applications require a VFD with a NEMA 4 rating. In the past, we have used a VFD that was rated for a NEMA 4 environment and so we had no need to have an enclosure. With the new Unitronics VFD, we would like to use it instead but to meet the area classification, we would need to mount it in a NEMA 4 enclosure and we would like to keep the enclosure size to a minimum. Can anyone tell me what the smallest enclosure size can be if the ambient temperature is about 105 deg. max and there is no cooling fan? The only think ins
  5. I did ask Stealth about the diver required and he had said " There are no special drivers required for the StealthMOUSE and it just needs 5 volts at 50ma from the mouse port. That being said the StealthMOUSE is only validated for PC use so it could be a compatibility issue with the Unistream controller" I suppose the question now is what the Unistream controller needs to see in a compatible mouse and whether there are additional mouse drivers available for the Unistream Panel. I should mention that as shown in the attached picture, I am running the latest version of Unilogic and my f
  6. I need to find an intrinsically safe rated mouse with a USB connection for an Explosion Proof Environment. Does anyone have any experience finding one that works? I have used a standard USB Mouse without issue but I have found that when I purchased the mouse fund at the link below, it works on a PC but not with the Unistream Panel, instead, the HMI would not detect it. I am thinking that it has something to do with either the driver or that it is intrinsically safe and perhaps the signal is a bit too weak. Rather than buying multiple mice until I find one that works, I was hoping that someone
  7. Sorry DerekGodown, I was unable to get theComm Link to work so I gave up on it. It was an experimental task for me and I did not have a real application so not getting it to work was not a huge problem. I can say that I was trying to use an example program so the example program I was using may have had issues as DanT had mentioned
  8. I just tried forcing the EX-Rc1 into stop mode and the IO COMM light started flashing so I think I misread the spec sheet for the EX-RC1. The blinking Bus COMM light seems to be telling me that the communication to the OPLC is not established. Does this mean that only the wiring could be the problem or is there some other possibility that could be causing the fault? I should mention that I am using only (1) EX-RC1 and according to the wiring diagram for the a CANBus network, there are (2) resistors at each end of the network. At the moment, I am not using any resistors in my network becau
  9. Thanks Flex727, I found the example file. I had to modify it to only have the AI4AO2 and then I downloaded it to my EX-RC1. I also did the export to Unilogic and then imported back into visilogic like the tutorial and the help files show and it still doesn't seem to be working for me. I do have a flashing green "Bus COMM" light on the front of the EX-RC1. According to the EX-RC1 Spec sheet, this means that it is in STOP Mode. I connected to the EX-RC1 and tried forcing it to the Run mode using Visilogic (Reset options in the "Communication - PC settings"). and I cannot seem to get the ligh
  10. 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?
  11. Eyal, I was testing the Statistics program you made and I found a bug that I can't seem to figure out. The Max Value function seems to work fine but when the Minimum Value is less than 0, it sometimes rounds to 0. I tries to narrow down the symptoms and it is somewhat inconsistent. for example: - When I set the range to 2 and I put a 0.1 on the first register and a 5 in the second register, it works but if I reverse the positions so that the 0.1 is in the second register, and 5 is in the first it does not work. - When I set the range to 2 and I put a 0.1 on the first register and a 5 in
  12. Eyal, Thank you so much for this calculator. Thsi is exactly what I needed! Joe
  13. I'm not sure if this is the sort of suggestion you are looking for on this subject but I'll put it here anyhow. I think it would be great to have some statistical calculation functions. If there was the ability to read a vector/array of values and determine the statistical profile, that would be excellent! The values that would be most helpful I think would be those that are available in Excel when using the statistical analysis tools such are seen here (http://www.real-statistics.com/descriptive-statistics/descriptive-statistics-tools/ )
  14. If you could increase the limitation on the number of Input and Output Tags allowed for each UDFB, that would be ideal. Currently, the limitation is 10 Inputs and 10 Outputs but if that could be increased to something much larger like 50 Inputs and 50 Outputs that would be ideal. I would like to be able to make a UDFB for entire piece of machinery. This way, I could have a single PLC control system that controls multiple machines with only one control system. The problem I have now is that I have way more than 10 Input Variables for each machine
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