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As Fredrick said you can set these parameters through a memory address but depending on your usage, this can use up the write limit on those memory blocks.

For all control blocks I know of, you can set the values through regular wire variable. The method we use is using a value-connect component, with an initialize component. This works well for us because we have generic constants for parameters that will get live updates to tune the value in a calibration.
License / Re: Renewal of license
« Last post by Tor on April 28, 2023, 07:12:43 AM »


When it comes to renewal or buying a PLUS+1 Licenses, contact your distributor or a Danfoss sales person.
More information can be found here:

Someday I hope the licenses can be handled and purchased online.

Have a nice day.
PLUS+1 News / Re: Developer's Conference 2023
« Last post by FluidPowerTom on April 27, 2023, 05:20:05 PM »
Tor, thanks for checking on that.  Personally, 2024 works better for me anyway, as I'm all booked up for 2023. 
PLUS+1 News / Re: Developer's Conference 2023
« Last post by Tor on April 27, 2023, 11:30:40 AM »

This is what I have been able to find out.  Not much.

The responsible persons/group will have a meeting in the near future to get this conference into the budget for 2024. This means, I guess, that a conference will not happen this year.  Sorry!
The idea is to have it in three places/occasions, Europe, APAC and America (my guess is North America).

Note, since the information isn't from the responsible group it will more than likely change.

I'm sorry that I don't have more information than this.

Have a nice day.
PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re: Re-scale Text Box
« Last post by acmall on April 26, 2023, 03:21:39 PM »
You can use the Stretch command.
PLUS+1 GUIDE / Re-scale Text Box
« Last post by Mike on April 26, 2023, 02:31:53 PM »
Feel like I'm missing something. Is there a way to scale a text box after you make it? I can see the rectangle attributes when I go to delete a text box, but can't seem to find anywhere that I can edit them. Turning off the auto-height checkbox also doesn't seem to do anything or give me the option to set the height.
Controllers / Re: SC024 Output problem
« Last post by G30RG3 on April 26, 2023, 11:10:36 AM »
Maybe the controller takes a false ground over the CAN network, but if you break the ground wire, I would expect the controller to malfunction in a random way. 
I'm glad the controller survives this at all.  Missing one of the 3 12 volt wires is bad if the current draw is too high on the remaining pins, but sinking a current over whatever is left doesn't seem healthy.
Code sharing / Re: String Concatenate C Code POU
« Last post by Matt_Eng on April 25, 2023, 10:58:28 PM »
Hi Albert,

It's possible that you haven't done anything wrong, and you're just hitting a bug.
I've noticed this "undriven" behavior when the output signals of a POU are rerouted to a new bus as you've shown.
To confirm that it is driven, if you connect a wire directly to the POU bus it should show the driven status.
I think it might be fixed in a upcoming version, but even though it shows as undriven, the signal is still able to be used from what I've noticed.

The workaround I've used is to have a retype when connecting to the new bus. Or in situations where I was trying to save resources, I would use the "Predefine Type" component from under the Manage section.

Hope this helps
Controllers / Re: SC024 Output problem
« Last post by macbahi on April 25, 2023, 03:09:19 PM »
Hello Fredrick,

Thank you very much to answer me.
First as you say we are also have been using SC024, SC050, MC050 for years and never had this problem because we are never diconnecting gray connector.
But this it happened because our technician has doing that for trouble shouting. He tell us that.  I too was doing test and it's done.
The problem done only when CAN and IND wire are disconnected together.
Sorry I am outside my Office to do test  without program.
Why you say I did that in my logic.  Why I will do that?

As G30RG3 say :just the ground wire will probably do just the same.
As I told you I did test :
Disconnecting just the ground wire  no problem
Disconnecting just the 12 V wire no problem
But when I disconnect ground and CAN together the output turn ON

In waiting please could you do test without program to be sure it's not controller problem.

Thanks in advance for your help
With best regards
Yes, you could set parameters from a display or via other buttons.
Just use the Non-volatile Memory component instead
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