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C-More Micro Program Quick Start


We will now look at the C-More Micro program quick start. This will demonstrate how to quickly get your C-More Micro Program up and communicating to your programmable logic controller. (PLC)
C-More Micro Program Quick Start
The general steps involved with a human-machine interface (HMI) program will include, program development, ladder logic, and HMI program development. We will be breaking the HMI program development into program purpose, tag import, HMI programming, simulation, and testing.
An EA3-T4CL C-More Micro HMI will be used to communicate to a Click PLC via Ethernet. A Start/Stop circuit will be programmed with a Timer. This can be controlled via the PLC inputs or HMI inputs. The timer present value (PV) will be shown on the HMI. The set value (SV) of the timer can be changed using the HMI. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

C-More Drop-Down Menu Create – All Models


The C-More can create a drop-down menu. This applies to all models of the HMI controller. A drop-down is a menu that offers a list of options. The currently selected item in the list is always displayed. When the visible item is selected (touched), other items from the list “drop-down” into view, and the operator can choose from those options.
C-More Drop-Down Menu Create
We will be creating a drop-down menu using a C-More Micro HMI. (Human Machine Interface) This could also be done using the EA7 or EA9 C-More HMI controllers. The EA3-T4CL will be communicating to a Click PLUS PLC. A ladder logic program in the PLC will control the operation of this operator interface drop-down menu. Selecting a question on the drop-down will give an answer on the corresponding Lookup Text display. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

Omron CP1H to C-More Micro HMI Communication


The C-More Micro HMI panel is a series of human-machine interfaces (HMI) that provide a way for the operator to control and view your programmable logic controller. (PLC) The free C-more microprogramming software is user friendly and fully featured. C-more Micro panels can easily display text, graphics, and bitmaps to effectively communicate critical data to your operator.
omron plc c-more micro hmi
We will connect the EA3-T4CL cmore micro HMI screen to the Omron CP1H PLC. The devices will communicate serially via an RS485 interface. We will demonstrate reading and writing bits and words from the HMI unit. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

C-More EA9 HMI to Solo and Click PLC Controllers




The cmore EA9 HMI has an event manager that can be used to trigger actions based on various events.
C-More EA9 HMI Solo and Click PLC controllers
We will be adding a Click PLC to our headless RHMI cmore EA9 program that we created last time to communicate to the solo process temperature controller. The Solo will be connected via RS485 using the Modbus RTU protocol. Using the Modbus TCP protocol we will connect the Click PLC to the Ethernet port. Using the event manager we will be writing the set value (SV) and present value (PV) of the solo process temperature controller to the Click PLC. We will also allow the Click PLC to write the SV into the solo. This is in addition to the writing of the set value via remote apps and the solo itself. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!

C-More to Solo Process Temperature Controller




The cmore EA9 HMI can connect to the Solo process temperature controller using the built-in RS485 serial communication port. This will connect up to 32 solo units back to the HMI for display and control.
C-More EA9 HMI Series Headless RHMI to Solo Process Temperature Controller
We will be setting up our headless RHMI c-more EA9 to communicate to the Solo process temperature controller. Using the information that we have discussed previously, we will set up data logging, file transfer protocol (FTP), bitmaps, etc.
C-More EA9 HMI Series Headless RHMI to Solo Process Temperature Controller
We will also set up an object library of the Solo 4896 process temperature controller. This will consist of a bitmap, numeric display, numeric edit, indication lights, and up and down increment. The system will then be controlled using the remote applications discussed last time. Let’s get started. Continue Reading!