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Back in 2010 (or was it 2011?) I was really wanting to have a simulation mode on Vision PLCs. Because it would help to test an application without having the PLC. Since that wasn't possible, I proposed an idea that Unitronics rents time slots to actual PLCs connected via Internet. That way programmers would be able to test their code on actual hardware. I know, I know, PLCs are supposed to be serious business, and it's often mentioned that you can buy: 1 x V120, 1 x V430, 1 x V700, and 1 x V1080 for the price of a Siemens software license and a set of genuine programming cables. Here
Here's a great one - Clean drinking water for a remote village—without electricity. Learn how University of Johannesburg’s School of Engineering used Unitronics programmable controllers, a Vision1210 and a Jazz PLC, to accomplish this project and monitor ongoing status locally via the built-in HMI and remotely via GSM modem. Read about it here!
Hey Folks, I discussed this with support yesterday, but I am still having trouble. I have a Sixnet Land Line modem connected to a V350. The V350 has a RS232 expansion port. On the other end I have a US Robotics USB modem connected to a PC running Visilogic and Remote Access. The PC dials and the modems connect. However, I can't go online. I am concerned about the flow control on the USB modem. Do you have anyone with experience with USB modems? Take Care Richard