MOSAIC Safety Controller First Program Part 1

The MOSAIC Modular Safety Integrated Controller can be programmed for your safety control application. Steps to programming our MOSAIC include writing the program, verification, simulation, downloading and monitoring.

We will be using the MOSAIC Safety Designer software (MSD) to write, verify and simulate our program. Our first program will have an emergency stop switch with status indication. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

C-More EA9 HMI Series Panel Object List Buttons

The C-More HMI Panel software uses virtual components called Objects. These objects are programmable to simulate the functions that you require on your automation project. Pushbuttons, switches, meters, and graphs are just a few of the objects that are available to you.

Continuing from last time we will now look at the object buttons that we can use with our HMI panel. The button objects that are available on the C-More EA9 are Pushbuttons, Switches, Radio Buttons, Indicator Buttons, Step Switches, Tri-State Switches, and Key Buttons. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

MOSAIC Safety Controller Installing the Software (MSD)

The MOSAIC Safety Controller uses the MOSAIC Safety Designer Software to program and monitor your safety project. This MOSAIC Safety Designer Software (MSD) can be downloaded free of charge and includes a simulator. The latest MSD software is version 1.6.11.

Our free downloaded software contains the MSD software mentioned above as well as the MOSAIC Bus Configurator Software. We will be installing both of these software programs on our computer. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

C-More EA9 HMI Series Panel Object List Shapes

The C-More HMI Panel software uses virtual components called Objects. These objects are programmable to simulate the functions that you require on your automation project. Pushbuttons, switches, meters, and graphs are just a few of the objects that are available to you.

We can place several of these objects on one screen and have multiple panel screens. This helps you produce simple, intuitive looking human-machine interfaces.
We will be looking at our program we have so far developed (Simulate Project) and add shapes to a new screen page. These shapes can move and resize when interacting with the PLC. The navigation of the objects and additional information will also be discussed. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!