One should be able to program without having to use a mouse. I started by making an example program with nested FBs. The On-line help for instructions was good though. Why not allocate variables in an intuitive way? The FB do not let you specify absolute addresses. There is lots of it but it isn’t very clear. November 19th,
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Last edited by Peter Nachtwey; March 26th, at December 19th, The problem is that the Mitsubishi allocates data backwards from the order you specify. This was simple and worked flawlessly.
Originally Q03udec;u by Peter Nachtwey One should be able to program without having to use a mouse. What I found out is that I couldn’t reference the arrays or structures from the SP. The error messages were often misleading.
Originally Posted by Peter Nachtwey.
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Mitsubishi FX1S automatic programming. Please DON’T use it for advertising, etc. One should be able to program without having to use a mouse.
After fighting with the system for a few days q03uddcpu make the read function block I activated the read function block and the first thing it did was to stop the PLC when it tried to open the socket. You must using symbolic names for everything.
Mitsubishi Q03UDECPU (Program Memory 30K, No of inputs 4096)Basic and High Performance CPU
To make sure I had the right variable I had to hover on a possible variable until the whole name was displayed. What I didn’t like is that the help is spread around q03udepcu many files so you mitsubisho manually search for the right PDF. I like the fact I can enter ladder in text on one line. Also, if I used long names the boxes wouldn’t fit across the page and I would get errors instead of the HMI moving the boxes for me so they would fit.
There is lots of it but it isn’t very clear.
I know our software still requires a mouse but not all the time like GX2 does. Sockets are easy enough in C though. This allowed me to simply write code instead of mickey mousing around with my hand going between the keyboard and mouse.
The error message said something about my PLC may not be supported but my PLC was the right kind with the right serial number. They were easy enough.
The time now is March 26th, They should have one complied help mitxubishi with lots of cross indexing like we do. July 27th, This means that the data structures where also allocated backwards in memory. I used a USB cable at first. The FB do not let you specify absolute addresses.
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April 2nd, They aren’t in my text. It is fairly typical. Twitter Reddit Digg del. Mitsubishi has lazy programmers and they should be fired along with the manager that let this pass.