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  1. Thank you for your reply Joe. Yes, one piece at the time, then repeats steps set number of times(number of metal blinds in XL table), for the sake of argument let's say that number is 20. And metal sheet is coming from left to right. So if I cut whit tool3 and set 0 after that, it would work. But it would leave all of that metal sheet in, from rollers to tool3 unusable, and rollers can not go backward to set it back to some 0 point. They would have a lot of discarded material. Table is provided by customer (Holes.xlsx table, attached below picture in previous post), because the make
  2. Ok, I will try to explain the best I can. PLC V430-J-R34, Encoder and picture of the machine is in the files. Basicly machine is making metal blinds. Rollers pull and form metal sheet, up to the tools. Metal blind has multiple holes punched by tools. Tool number 2 always punches first and the last hole, while toll number 1 punches a set of holes in between. Toll number 3 cuts it to desire length. Motor stops every time toll has to activate. Exact positions when tools should activate is calculated and stored in different MI's (table is also in files, but in croatian, Its translated p
  3. Basicly something like this? One encoder to multiple MI that I can manipulate independent of one another. Would this work in a same or similar way to normal configuration of encoder?
  4. Hi. This is a bit similar to my project. My question is: Can you assign multiple MI to one encoder input (0,1), or do I have to connect one encoder to multiple inputs parallel? ( might cause glitches in counting because B is connected to interrupts?) Or do I have to try it manually whit positive edges of HS Inputs 0 and 1 connected INC increment function? I'm asking because I have 1 encoder, and I have to use its measurement for distance, but I have to use it on 3 different tools, so 3 different MI that need to count the distance separately, and be reset separately (but still t
  5. Cam, I am working whit stable 24VDC supply, but that is good to know, tnx Found the problem, wire from 0 V was damaged in cable (15m), had to replace the encoder. I will find a different use you that encoder. Thank you very much for your responses. Its nice to know I can count on this community and on Joe T. who is always responding to my newbie troubles. Best regards; Marko
  6. Thank you for fast replay, here is data Encoder RSI 503 Part no 515415-05 Ser. no. 22978714 Supply: 9..30Vdc Output: 100 pprHTL Marko
  7. Hello; Im using V430-J-R34 and Encoder RSI 503 Leine Linde, and im doing something wrong. Both encoder and PLC have power, In configuration I have set HSC0 to (A,B) Shaft Encoder X2 and link it to MI1. Encoder is connected yellow (S00) to I0(A) and green(S90) to I1(B) Numeric Variable on HMI is linked to MI1 And nothing.. its not counting up or down, value is 0 all the time. I'm missing something but I don't know what, oh and PLC is configured to PNP (by default). Please help Tnx in advance Marko
  8. Thank you for your response. Sgull, you are right. I am using MI whole numbers. And all for decimals are result of simple divide. Joe T., Simplest example that I have is ( A - 14.1 ) / 7.2. . A is MI input from user. Result is number of pieces machine needs to make (also MI). If result is for example between 3.5 and 4.4, result should be corrected to 4 pieces. Different example is ( A - 40 ) / 3 + B ; A is MI input from user, B is result from previous math (also MI), result is place where tool should pierce the material. This will be compared whit input from encoder. Needs to be pr
  9. Hi This is my second project, and I have a question. I'm using V430-J-34 (provided by user...) Whats the best way to round up or round down decimal numbers to whole numbers? Currently I'm using simple linealization to convert result of some math to some normal number. Problem is there is whole excel table of math to do, that I am currently working on to be in plc example: Fx=IF(AND(C6>=130;C6<220);C6-20;IF(AND(C6>=220;C6<310);(C6-40)/3+G6;IF(AND(C6>=310;C6<400);(C6-40)/4+G6;IF(AND(C6>=400;C6<490);(C6-40)/5+G6;IF(AND(C6>=490;C6<=600);(C6-40)/6+G6;))))
  10. Thank you for replying. The project is complete. Problem was in jumpers. And also tnx for all the other tips, without them I would not set it up properly. I have learned a lot. Thank you again. Until next time. Marko
  11. Thank you guys for responding. To be honest I didn't know i need to use Linearization block. I have read the instruction and this is what I got so far. Linearization http://t40i.imgup.net/Linearizat292a.png Im trying simple 0-100% Tank graph set up http://z27i.imgup.net/graphsetupfd81.png Parameters are same like Y in Linearization Wire set up http://w53i.imgup.net/Wiresetup8f60.jpg Its a bit hard to see, brown 24VDC, blue 0VDC, black analog com, red analog input, connected to current transmitter. Jumper set up for Analog input http://q75i.imgup.net/Jumpersetu20d2.jpg I hav
  12. Hi Im totally new at this (this is my first project) Im using V500 whit snap in module V200-18-E5B, and in trying to configure analog input for levels. Input is 4-20mA. As I understand this, I need to connect (com) to power (-), power(+) to device(+), device(-) to AN0. I also have current transmitter so I can simulate input. I have picture of what I have set up so far. But still I have no visible reaction on display. Sorry, english is not my main. Tnx in advance Marko
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