How can i make multiple hmi pages?
And how to navigate to those pages form the home page?
Met vriendelijke groet / With regards,
I was wondering if could get some help with choosing the correct block/s for the below process?
Use a boolean input to capture/get/display a point in time. i.e. pressing a pushbutton, captures/displays the the time “17:30:02”.
Use a different boolean to reset the above time to “00:00:00”.
I was thinking about using the “DATETIME” block but there doesn’t appear to be a method of resetting it to zero/nothing?
I have our controllers writing values every 5 minutes to a database server. It starts pushing 5 minutes from upload to target. Would it be possible to have it to do it on the minute every 5 minutes(5:00,5:05,5:10)? This makes it easier for analytics.
I'm trying to loop 3 LEDs in a way such that the 1st LED (green) will run for 45 sec, then the 2nd one (orange) for 15 sec and then the 3rd one (red) for 5 sec and then the Green one again. None of them run together.
Thank you for your help!
I need advice which REXYGEN system function block to use for water flow measurement. The sensor is connected to my UniPi v1.1 and gives me input 200-400Hz (according to the flow). I need to measure the flow every second. I tried using the COUNT block, but no success. Illustrative image is attached.
Thank you in advance for your help.
I run REXYGEN version 2.50.8 on RPI with Arduino Mega - REXduino. I'd like to use analog input pins. On pins I want to bring the output from the ampmeter up to 1V. I suppose I will be able to read and process this voltage.
I don't understand, but the output of analog pins. In the setup, I turned on Pins A0, A1, A2 and A12, A13, A14 for the test. Other Pins are off and I have nothing connected to any analog pins yet. However, some values are displayed on some pin which are not enabled. I'm using Arduino Mega clone. See the attachment for pin settings and displayed values.
I will be glad for your opinion or advice.
I did some additional checking and now believe it is a communication timeout issue. I tried playing with the modbus timeout numbers without much success.
However, it is now clear that the system will always read the first two registers in the Configure list. Sometimes it will read the first 3, never all 4.
The log file confirms the time out issue. You can see where DS23 was timing out, then I stopped and changed the register order, then DS23 was OK and DS22 was timing out.
I’ve included the CLICK project. It is only a few rungs long and is a bench test of this modbus communication system.