It would be nice to be able to reset any adjust group parameter via a Reset Channel in the program. (Text, Integer, Function, Digital) Currently the only way I know how to reset a channel is by a person physically pushing reset on that adjust group.
What I am trying to achieve is I want a user to be able to name an item via a Text Parameter. Once the user has it named, I want them to be able to reset it back to the default later on via a virtual input on a display. Reason behind this is I have 40 Text Parameters I need to reset to default with one simple action.
It would be nice to be able to assign a State machine or parameter to a "Text Formatting Channel".
I have a situation where I have "Group A", 10 Text Parameters with with a state machine (10 states) assigned to it. And a "Group B" of 15 Text Parameters with a 15 state machine. I would like to use a Single Text formatting channel to Add Group A to B for certain situation.
Trying to display the text on the screen currently is painful.
Also on a separate note it would also be nice to be able to use a Text Formatting Channel in a Text Parameter.
Example: I have array what size is 100 and If I have only 60 measurements there, How I get minimum and average values from these measurements?
ArrayIndexOfMin and ArrayAverage calculates all array 100 values even these empty 40 records and then I get wrong calculations.
How do I get minimum and average values only from records what contains measurements bigger than 0?
Then I put the page selection onto the buttons in the display pages of an md3 running 2.6
So now when I press the down arrow key, the next page displays.
How do I set a trigger for a specific page to appear?
New property on the J1939 bus for address claim introduced in IQANdesign 5.02. Forces IQAN master modules to claim their J1939 address before starting other J1939 communication.
I wondered how often polling happens by default if I don't use the polling request.
Sometimes I have polling for engine hours, battery voltage, and fuel used.
Sometimes I don't.
I would like to know what to consider for determining when I should.
J1939 is configured for 250kbs.
I have 2 second timeouts.
I thought that the protocol went through each pgn to see if there was information to be exchanged, then it got the information from each pgn.
So if my timeout is 2 seconds, then I would think polling every 500ms would not be something worth doing.
It would be nice to be able to go online with the PLC and make changes. Our system is getting pretty robust in design and it would be a great troubleshooting tool. It also would be in line with what some other automation companies are doing, such as Rockwell and Siemens.
A problem with the recently released IQANdesign 4.03.26 was discovered earlier today. The problem occurs with systems that includes one or more XA2 modules, where these modules may not be initialized correctly. We have decided to withdraw this release till the problem has been corrected.
If you have already upgraded, please switch back to 4.02.16.
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