Is there a way to change the icon color for conditional messages? I'm getting Red for 'Warning' and yellow for 'Alarm'. Since Alarm is higher than warning, I'd rather the Alarm be red and the warning be yellow....
The biggest reason why it is difficult to re-organize a code after the fact are all the external references of the objects. If we decide to move them into a new or existing function group to help clean-up the code all those connections are lost and we need hours to re-create them. That is if we where smart enough to first identify them. More specifically I am referring to:
It would be so much nicer if those connections could be kept.
-Design latest version
-When using linear or circular bar the program crash down
-Only fixing by removing these elements
I believe these elements animation cause this because when bar animation goes to end then program will crash. Can you disable animation from these elements?
On a original Tigercat vehicule ,
We can find :one MD3 ,one XA2 , one XS2. The Md3 send (TSC1 : SAE J 1939 frame) and receive SAE J1939 from the ECU.
see the original drawing:
My custumer want to add one MD3 and one MC2 in the tigercat to drive one other accessories
My VIN must accelerate the engine and my proportionnal outputs. ( automotive system )
We would to like a new MD3 ( MD3(2) ) send a TSC1 (SAE J 1936 frame) and the old MD3 receive SAE J 1939 frame CAN . We have affraid that the engine received 2 TSC1 message and the engine stop !!! ( conflict !!!!!! )
I don't have the original program of the vehicule (picture (1) MD3, XA2, XS2).
Do you have a solution for stop the TSC1 transmission on the original MD3 or other solution?
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions .
I need to find the best method to do a sequencial communication.
Actually I need to send canopen packet in order and I need to respect this order.
As I can have multiple item, required or not (enabled/disabled) to send.
For example, with a scanreco remote control LCD screen I need to :
- Clear screen
- Activate FrameID of each component required to be visible on the screen
- after this I'll need to update each FrameID value with a 250ms timing.
Actually I was able to do this for testing purpose, but the program is a bit messy.
Sequential safety validation. Each step need to be validated in a specific sequence and in case of condition lost, I'll need to start again from the first step.
- Press "bypass" mode status on the screen
- Open the fence (Signal OFF)
- Close the fence (Signal ON
- Open the door (Signal OFF)
- Close the door (Signal ON)
- Activating bypass activated signal
In case of lost of the fence or door signal, I need to restart from the beginning this sequence.
I have in mind to use IDC + counter to do this, but I'm not sure to be in the right way.
I'm looking if you have example or recommendation to do this ?
I'm sure you notice that it's my very first project!
Incidentally it would be nice on Virtual digital inputs to be able to reset the toggle by means of an external channel - so that the button stays depressed (colour changed) until it is reset either by touching it again or by the channel selected.
I would also suggest that this lookahead error pop-up is very annoying. If I mistype one letter (which happens often) it shows up I have to switch to the mouse to clear. Why not wait until I press the tab button to give me a chance to correct my typing mistake?
The only way of picking up an error message appears to be in the system information function, but this seems to be a blanket error flag that could be a fault with any part of the control system (including v ref, batt voltage etc). We would ideally only like to pickup on an open load or overload.
I see there is module status, but that only shows 9 different items. Is there an option to pick up on only the open load and overload error of an output on an MC3?
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