Am using MD3 (Software I QAN Studio 4 Version) for one of the development project in L&T India. I wanted to know how to use ARRAY Function in I QAN Studio 4
I have added a French language option to an application and it will not change the internal IQAN menu’s/messages to French even though I have selected the fr-ca language code. It does change all our own translated messages. It does not seem to be an issue unique to this application since I tested adding a language to a blank program with only an MD3 and it also did not change to French. I was using 126.96.36.19913 and tried downloading 188.8.131.5202 from the divapps archive which did not make a difference. This happens with the Simulator and with an MD3.
Below are some screenshots from the blank program.
Menu after language change - still English
Is there any way to change the LTC so that when interpolation is set to "Off" it rounds up or down instead of rounding to the closest?
For instance, say my radius is 10 and my length is 38.6, can I make it show 51000 for my result?
We have an SV camera connected to a system with a MD4-5. To prevent error messages getting 'covered up' by the video display we control the 'visible' property using IDCs linked to error states in the application. Sometimes when an error or message is displayed and accepted or cleared, the camera fails to initiate again and we are left with this message until a cycle of ignition.
We also get this sometimes when we update software.
Is there a known fix or something coming in software updates? Running IQAN 4.02.
Is it possible to have a 64bit, or at least a "unsigned" property for some channels?
I ran into problems when dealing with huge integers. For example, this won't work in the QCode of an IMAC:
X := 200100 * 56200
I guess "X" is automatically a Float, so it can't store such a large number. IMAC channels can hold a large number, but also if the most significant bit is on, it will end up as a negative number.
Same issue more or less with JPIN blocks. You can workaround it by chopping it up into 2 16-bit values, and glue them together later on, but it's not very elegant of course.
It would be nice if there where a parameter to change the decimal mark.
We are shipping machines all over the world and some regions uses ".", other uses ",".
The MD4 only use "."
If I update languages which are not main language (no 1 in the language list) then languages are not updating, but if I change main language column first and after that I change other languages columns then updating works! Also If I make corrections to Excel language document columns which are not main language then language importing doesn't work
I have an MD4-7 display and when I program it using IQAN Design 3.18, I can read PGN 42752 coming from address 27h. When I program the same display with "the same program" imported into IQAN Design 4.02, it does not work...
Another J1939 related suggestion. For incoming CAN traffic, JPIN blocks have a "J1939 error check" property. I assume this will set the value to 0 (or as defined in "error value") when the value is marked faulty by giving it a high value (11 for 2 bits, 1110 for 4 bits, 0xFE for bytes, et cetera). J1939 states that, besides sending out DM1, erroneous values should be marked with that high value.
But I'm missing the same property for outgoing traffic. Would be nice if JPOUTs have a "fault active" property that can be linked to another digital block. Now I have to make an extra math block in between, and can't utilize the built-in "Offset / Scale" properties.
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