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Cara Bereck Levy

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  1. Hi people! I love this! One of our community gurus, @Ausman, started the topic linked below--take a look, and join in!
  2. @Ausman@Flex727, your requests are in the To-do list--no timeline, but they are there 🙂
  3. I will forward this to the team--will let you know what they say. Thanks 🙂
  4. Nothing to do with controllers or odd misinterpretations of binary digits, but one of the funniest things I've seen in a while. Put down your coffee. You have been warned!
  5. @cbryanCurious--what sector are you in, are you an integrator, a machine manufacturer?
  6. In the early 90's in Israel, many people used computers without hard disks--had to stick a big old floppy disk in there to use it....
  7. Slide rule!!!! Regarding calculators--in the 70's, calculators existed in Brooklyn. We were allowed to use them, but they were expensive and many of us in high school did without. Those who had, shared them. In my physics class, my classmate Heath invented a novel method of cheating--passing calculators with the number of the question, getting it back with what he hoped was the right answer (no, I didn't participate--I preferred to fail, if fate would have it!). (I still remember that teachers opening riff, as soon as everyone sat down on the very first day of class: 'if I drop a b
  8. Hi Aus--apologies, we have just finished our spring holiday cycle here in Unitronics-land; I was not here last week. The forum is externally hosted; there may have been some update running or somesuch. Now, meaning today, I don't see anything out of place... Great thread, btw!
  9. I checked--there haven't been clusters of reported failures, so it does not appear that the problem lies with the controllers.
  10. <OffTopicMiniRant> Windows10! One of the updates killed the ability for me to use a headset microphone on my desktop PC. I spent a few hours trying to work out fixes, updated drivers...then gave up, Too much of a time sink, easier just to use another device (phone, tablet, laptop...) Very annoying, though.
  11. Thanks, @Ausman. I'll check to see if we have had reports of this 🙂
  12. Hi people! We listen to you. The requests and discussions in this community helps to guide our R&D, and helps us to develop the hardware and software you need. Please click here to take our short survey. It is anonymous, and takes about 2 minutes to complete Your answers will have an impact--will help us to direct our development to the best solutions for our community. Thanks--may all your apps be bugless 😄 (I apologize in advance--I am putting this request in several places on the forum--we don't want people to miss it!)
  13. Hi people! We listen to you. The requests and discussions in this community helps to guide our R&D, and helps us to develop the hardware and software you need. Please click here to take our short survey. It is anonymous, and takes about 2 minutes to complete Your answers will have an impact--will help us to direct our development to the best solutions for our community. Thanks--may all your apps be bugless 😄 (I apologize in advance--I am putting this request in several places on the forum--we don't want people to miss it!)
  14. Hi people! We listen to you. The requests and discussions in this community helps to guide our R&D, and helps us to develop the hardware and software you need. Please click here to take our short survey. It is anonymous, and takes about 2 minutes to complete. Your answers will have an impact--will help us to direct our development to the best solutions for our community. Thanks--may all your apps be bugless 😄
  15. Wow--that would make it unusable. Because the Help viewer remembers its last setting, if the TOC pane was hidden, it remains hidden--and it is perfectly possible to do this accidentally, I've done that myself!
  16. Huh. My bad! You are right, not documented--I just shot off an email to the developers, and will fill you in when I get a reply @Flex727, thanks for pinging me on this! @Seversean, thanks for raising the issue!
  17. EtherCAT! If you use UniStream PLCs models USC-B5 or USC-B10, you can now easily integrate EtherCAT into your applications, via our new EtherCAT master communication module. This new module, UAC-01EC2, brings you the following benefits: Simple, flexible, transparent system setup. Easy wiring – reduce costs, minimize complexity. 3rd-party devices easily integrated - just import the ESI. Motion: via Unitronics UMD-xxxx-E3 servo drives, you can support up to 8 axes. UniStream Remote I/O supports up to up to 8 Remote IO EtherCAT Adapters, URB-EC1; each adapter
  18. Well...this doesn't seem to be possible. With webserver - imagine that 10 different users can be logged in at the same time…and each one of them can execute different actions.... If the R&D people can come up with a creative solution, I'll update you.
  19. Ok--I don't have a timeline, but this has been added to the To-do feature list! Thanks, Joe!
  20. We've been working hard here at Unitronics headquarters--and people, the results are fabulous! This post is devoted to Unitronics' new UniCloud, our complete, no-code IIoT Cloud platform for OEMs and Machine Builders, supporting UniStream, Vision Enhanced, and Samba—able to support any of your control applications, new or old, without you needing to add a line to your control project. So…what does that mean, exactly? Read on to learn more! Go Cloud in less than 30 minutes – no Cloud development
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