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Posted By Jeremy Rogers Dec 06, 2022 08:46:00 AM
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So? Artificial market lockout to the effect you describe is anti-competitive and probably illegal. I'll come right out and say I'm no lawyer and don't want to drive this conversation into the weeds, but Microsoft as an example took major heat in the past for what amounted to comparatively benign behavior. ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Dec 06, 2022 08:33:00 AM
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That doesn't make a ton of sense to me - if the tools are specific to Rockwell's own platform then it wouldn't aide their competitors by releasing them. If anything, the ceiling for competition by Rockwell's users would increase. There's lots of interesting problems to solve and my impression of the ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Dec 05, 2022 11:59:00 AM
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Do you have any more info on Design Studio? I've seen a Rockwell YouTube video and limited information beyond sales lingo on the FT Hub site. Would love to be the guinea pig and test drive it with my home 5480 setup. I expect that Studio 5000 will be around for some time, so with that, I'm hoping ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Nov 26, 2022 12:56:25 AM
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Posted By Jeremy Rogers Nov 26, 2022 12:56:00 AM
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Here's a copy of one of my UDTs with an overlay. The UDT maps the default PowerFlex 525 ethernet input image into a structure containing the bits representing the various drive statuses (they enumerate the bits of the INT "DriveStatus"). There's also another INT in the UDT representing the output speed ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Nov 25, 2022 04:28:04 PM
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The loop suggestion came from another community member, so I would be guessing at how they envisioned it. My take on it is that JMP/LBL amounts to GOTO and is ripe for spaghetti-style code, possibly nightmarish in ladder. So it could be implemented with opening and closing FOR/END_FOR blocks, with ladder ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Nov 25, 2022 04:13:34 PM
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Yes. I can also upload a sample when I return home this evening. An easy start would be to create a UDT in Studio with random types with some BOOLs tossed in. Right-click and export the UDT to a .L5X file, then open it in a text editor like Notepad or Visual Studio Code. Each count of 8 BOOL will have ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Nov 16, 2022 12:30:00 PM
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Hi, 1. Optional InOut or Null References I've done some more diving into AOIs and found that there's an attribute that can be assigned to InOut parameters, effectively making them optional. This is great and would alleviate lots of instances where I've been forced to work around. Rockwell's own ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Sep 21, 2022 07:58:00 AM
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Thanks for the response, Mark!
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Sep 02, 2022 11:34:00 AM
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Hi all, Would Rockwell consider "opening" up the Knowledge Base to user submissions? Or possibly starting a wiki? Any and every quirk, fix, or best practice we've discovered or come up with in the field could prove helpful to someone else. Jeremy
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Jul 15, 2022 10:05:00 AM
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This is the the kind of support not expected of Rockwell's paywall. Oh wait. Exactly 0% of any of my questions have ever been answered beyond being given copy/pasted links to manuals I've already pored over. Why does Rockwell hate its users?
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Jul 14, 2022 09:11:00 AM
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Thank you for the responses. I've got a copy of that manual, but it doesn't quite clear up what I'm hoping to find. "Several declarations that you are searching for, are not listed in this document. So, they can be special functions of UDTs, that aren't usually used. To know more about they, you can ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Jul 13, 2022 03:16:00 PM
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Hi, I'm trying to find any Rockwell resources I can on the construction of UDTs. I understand: BIT overlays. 'Hidden', 'Radix', 'ExternalAccess' and 'Target' attributes. What I'm hoping to learn: 'Family' 'Class' 'Dimension' 'ContainsContext' 'Enum' BITFIELD ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Feb 10, 2022 09:11:00 AM
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From page 103 of 1756-UM543:
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Feb 09, 2022 09:36:00 PM
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Counted nodes apply across all Ethernet interfaces. If you're using an L84ES and have: 100 nodes on the processor 'A' port 50 nodes on an ENxT 25 nodes on another ENxT 175 of the 250 available will be in use. The same principle applies to a CompactLogix 5380 in dual-IP mode, ...
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Jan 04, 2022 01:22:00 AM
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Are manuals for this new line of drives soon to be released? Thanks!
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Aug 14, 2021 10:30:00 AM
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I'm going to power up an older 5370 and see if the behavior persists there. Would Rockwell be willing to chime in? ------------------------------ Jeremy ------------------------------
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Aug 13, 2021 03:22:00 PM
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This would involve modifying the controller's Originator Connections and isn't documented practice. However, I'm eager to learn what CIP object class(es) they're stored in to retrieve on a read-only basis. ------------------------------ Jeremy ------------------------------
Posted By Jeremy Rogers Aug 11, 2021 10:50:00 PM
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Hi all, Has anyone seen this particular error code before? Background: Path is 'THIS' PLC performs a 'create' 0x08 on class 0x45 -> Success, instance 1 generated PLC performs a 'read' 0x4C on class instance 1 -> Failure PLC performs a 'delete' on class instance 1 -> Success, instance ...