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  1. Sorry my mistake, I did like you advised for a start, but then I started to suspect everything and that's why I added these linear functions. The Idea was that the MI:s are then used once in a program, I could also try overight the MI's but I couldn't. When I sent the program to you I changed the MI-numbers back to original, but forgot to delete the linear function's. So this wasn't the solution for me, I hope there is some misstake as simple as that in my project, but I cannot figure it out. I cannot understand, because It should be simple to get value from my expansion modules to a my HMI.
  2. Sorry, it wasn't a right file but this is, thank you for your time. http://forum.unitronics.com/index.php?/files/file/45-juho-salminen/
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    expansion EX-A1, IO-ATC8 and V1040
  4. Can you open my project file from here http://forum.unitronics.com/index.php?/files/file/44-io-atc8/
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    Test program for io-atc8 and vision V1040
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    Test program, for io-atc module and vision V1040
  7. And yes the communication light goes on in both EX-A1 modules, the Run light goes on at the io-atc8. And I recently tried to test PT4-module but its run light only flashed.
  8. This might be the problem, I don't have EX-A2X module, does it have any restrictions with io-atc8. I mean if I have older io-atc8 module and new EX-A2X, should they be combatible or is there any restrictions related to io-atc8 versions and EX-A2X.
  9. Okay, I started to suspect everything, -So I placed io-snapin module in the back of my V1040 PLC and tested one analog voltage input with 1,5 voltage battery and it worked like it should. -Then I changed my io-atc modules first two analog inputs to voltage mode with two jumpers and connected the 1,5V battery in its terminals and no success. -After this I tried to change EX-A1 module to a another one and nothing changed -Then I changed PLC to a Vision 120, and still couldn't get anything else than maximum, from the channels. So do you have any suggestions how can I troubleshoot the io-
  10. Thank you for your answers, I don't have any K-type cable's only one K-type sensor. My main goal is test everything in my workshop and then go to assembly it in the final destination, where i will connect the thermocouples. I am assuming that with these short wires I should get ambient temperature, not the channels maximum reading that I now do have. The one channel that I told is giving value 11460 is floating, so the value changes a little bit. Here is one post from moderator Joe T, according to this the shorted channel should give ambient temperature, the post is from this thread:
  11. "You have to set DIP switches inside into right position." If you mean by dip-switches a jumpers that are mentioned in manual, so yes I have checked these jumpers they are all at B. "You have to add IO-ATC8 to PLC Hardware Configuration and configure Inputs as TC K. Then connect TC with a right polarity to IO-ATC8 terminals." The configuration should be as you mentioned. Now I have short wires connected to sensor terminals, but i have had also thermocouple connected and i tried to change polarity but it didn't have any effect. With short wires, shouldn't it show a module in
  12. Hello I have a problem with thermocouple sensors, I get value of 32767 for seven of my inputs and 11460 for one of my input. Do you have any Ideas of what can i do about it? How can I have proper temp values for my PLC? I'm intending to get temperature trends and numeric variables for my HMI. What I have allready done: - disconnected all my sensors and have a short wires connected in every channel - changed the io-atc8 module's internal jumpers to B selection - changed hw-configuration for all input channels to K-type and variables from MI100-107 PLC: Visilogic 1040 Module
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