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Function Library / PGN RX Not Receiving Data
« Last post by QWERTY on March 29, 2024, 09:24:36 PM »
Hello, I am communicating with a Joystick by using the BJM1 Function Block. The PGN is set by default at 64982 and the source I am using is 51. All of this is working properly and communication is good. However, I tried the same thing with a PGN RX and I can not get it to work. Same PGN, same adress. I tried using the destination of my node, but by using PGN 64982, I think the destination is ignored anyway. Is there some wizard out here who knows why I can receive data just fine with the BJM1 Function Block, but not with the PGN RX?

The reason I want to use the PGN RX is so I can decode the data myself because the ''X axis Det'' and ''Y axis Det'' are not working in the BJM1 Function Block.
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PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re: Error 24 OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT
« Last post by Camox on March 28, 2024, 11:46:59 AM »
These two values are of Boolean type. You can therefore read their values and compare them to True or False.

These are examples that you need to rename according to the data type of the message that is in transit on your bus.

Do you have a detailed description of this message, as it is not standardized ?

Have a nice day
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PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re: Error 24 OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT
« Last post by llang on March 28, 2024, 11:22:30 AM »
Thank you for your solution, I will test it later.

If I understand correctly I can compare the "Value_5_1_Bool" and "Value_5_2_Bool" to a constant true or false to differentiate between different data sets, right?

I wish you a great day.
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PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re: Rix
« Last post by Scott_MARL on March 27, 2024, 06:08:43 PM »
Found another Rix




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PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re: Error 24 OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT
« Last post by Camox on March 27, 2024, 11:10:40 AM »
You try to receive the values and then replace them.
This is why you get the error "OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT".

You must read the values instead of indicating them.

Attached is an example of how I would do this.


I hope I've helped you.
Have a nice day!

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PLUS+1 GUIDE / Error 24 OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT
« Last post by llang on March 27, 2024, 09:30:25 AM »
Hey guys,

we want to receive PGN 65417 via J1939 PGN_Rx module and a specific data set. I attached a screenshot.

The compiler gives the following errors. Does anyone have an idea what I did wrong in my circuit?


*** ERROR 15 *** [CHPARGU1] NET TYPE REDEFINED, SIGNAL: {_CAN_MAINTASK__123_c.dlc} TYPE1: {U8} TYPE2: {CU8}
Position: module=MC024_110_LG_112T page=TOP!Application!Basic_Page1!Basic_Page1!PGN_Rx1!PGN_Rx x=3000000 y=1300000
View Logical Net

*** ERROR 24 *** [CHPARGU1] OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT: {Receive CAN with ID Mask}, ENTRY X{3}
Position: module=MC024_110_LG_112T page=TOP!Application!Basic_Page1!Basic_Page1!PGN_Rx1!PGN_Rx x=3000000 y=1300000
View Logical Net

*** ERROR 24 *** [CHPARGU1] OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT: {3 Character}, ENTRY X{1}
Position: module=MC024_110_LG_112T page=TOP!Application!Basic_Page1!Basic_Page1 x=1625000 y=2100000
View Logical Net

*** ERROR 15 *** [CHPARGU1] NET TYPE REDEFINED, SIGNAL: {_CAN_MAINTASK__123_c.id} TYPE1: {U32} TYPE2: {CU32}
Position: module=MC024_110_LG_112T page=TOP!Application!Basic_Page1!Basic_Page1!PGN_Rx1!PGN_Rx x=3000000 y=1350000
View Logical Net

*** ERROR 24 *** [CHPARGU1] OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT: {Receive CAN with ID Mask}, ENTRY X{4}
Position: module=MC024_110_LG_112T page=TOP!Application!Basic_Page1!Basic_Page1!PGN_Rx1!PGN_Rx x=3000000 y=1350000
View Logical Net

*** ERROR 24 *** [CHPARGU1] OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT: {Multi-character}, ENTRY X{1}
Position: module=MC024_110_LG_112T page=TOP!Application!Basic_Page1!Basic_Page1 x=1675000 y=1975000
View Logical Net

*** ERROR 24 *** [CHPARGU1] OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT: {Receive CAN with ID Mask}, ENTRY X{2}
Position: module=MC024_110_LG_112T page=TOP!Application!Basic_Page1!Basic_Page1!PGN_Rx1!PGN_Rx x=3000000 y=1250000
View Logical Net

*** ERROR 24 *** [CHPARGU1] OUTPUTS CONNECTED ON COMPONENT: {Set Array Element}, ENTRY X{1}
Position: module=MC024_110_LG_112T page=TOP!Application!Basic_Page1!Basic_Page1 x=2725000 y=1100000
View Logical Net

Thanks for any help.

Best regards,
Lukas
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PLUS+1 Autonomy Hardware / Position Filter in PLUS+1 with XM100
« Last post by ibrahim on March 27, 2024, 06:51:48 AM »
Hi guys,

I would like to use the Position Filter block in Plus+1. I don't have any issues with the input and output connections. However, when I try to use it, I encounter the following error: 'ERROR 385 (COMPONENT: {O__POU-CALL}. XCLASS: {St_POSITION_FILTER_FB_V300_Ccp} IS UNKNOWN'. Can you provide assistance?"
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Displays / Re: DM700 download cable
« Last post by Lukey on March 27, 2024, 06:43:45 AM »
11277305 Cable, M12 8-Pin to USB Device A code

It's on the datasheet fyi
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Displays / DM700 download cable
« Last post by BRIan on March 27, 2024, 06:13:44 AM »
Is there a part number for the cable to connect to the DM700 (8 pin?) and USB on your laptop to avoid the 2hr+ wait using the CG150 the first time round?
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You need to use the Non-Volatile memory function blocks in GUIDE
"Non-Volatile Memory Dynamic" or "Non-Volatile Memory Dynamic with Default" in particular
They are found in Component > Connections > Non-Volatile Memory Dynamic

This will allow you to program values that are stored on the controller memory and can be adjusted via the service tool by a field technician.
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