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Displays / Text List superimposed with there line background
« Last post by macbahi on December 20, 2022, 10:24:58 PM »
Hello,

I use 4 Text-List with their bottom line in different color. They are all superimposed (one above the other). They will appear following logical conditions (their enable). Sometimes it can happen that two or three Text Lists are activated at the same time. For this reason I applied priority to each. 0,1,2,3 as mentioned in the document the high priority is 0 and lower priority is 4.
But unfortunately I only see text list priority 0.
Please could you correct me if I'm getting confused.
I had using a second method using Image List for only the 4 background lines creating there 4 different background color images. But unfortunately I can't change the width or height independently of Image List. Each image is 304x72.
If I change Image List's width the Height also changes automatically and vice versa.

Thanks for your help
With best regards
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General controls / Re: Test Tool and H1_EDC_Ang_Snsr Block
« Last post by OtherPete on December 20, 2022, 06:16:07 PM »
Thank you Matt, I understand how the fault signal should be getting generated a bit better now.

I can get the input ratio down to less than 500 or above 9500 and after the fault detection time the block will still not output a fault signal.  Perhaps the problem is with how I've created the test project to test individual pages.  In debug mode the block will output a fault, but not with test tool for some reason. 
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Communication / Re: Interface options
« Last post by magitec on December 20, 2022, 06:09:44 PM »
hi thanks for the reply, i have the PLUS+1 GUIDE software and a key / licence trial im just more intrested in the USB/CAN interface.
thanks.
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Communication / Re: Interface options
« Last post by FluidPowerTom on December 20, 2022, 06:02:33 PM »
All current Danfoss electronics are programmed with the PLUS+1 GUIDE software.  You can use this link to request a professional license:  https://www.danfoss.com/en/about-danfoss/our-businesses/power-solutions/plus-1-professional-license-request/.  That gets you a 90 day trial, but you can proceed with the free version past that.

This is a proprietary programming platform though.  You're going to need to do some studying and fiddling around to learn it.
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Communication / Interface options
« Last post by magitec on December 20, 2022, 01:39:52 PM »
Hi all,
 Apologies if this has been asked before but struggling to find what i need.
Im looking for a cost effective interface to program a JS6000 joystick. it is a one time thing as it is replacing an old MCH Model. Now i am using the PWM outputs but need to program it. #
is there a cost effective interface to do this as £500+ for something we are going to use once is a bit out of our budget. so just wanted to see if there is a cheaper alternative.

Many thanks.
Ben.
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PLUS+1 Autonomy Hardware / Re: NMEA 2000
« Last post by F.M.Elettromeccanica on December 19, 2022, 10:22:52 PM »
Yes oiltronic,
a lot of work have to be done to work with GNSS solutions properly (that's my job and i use only Linux based controller programmed in Java,C,Python).  But in a large segment of applications that no needs a complex GUI, use Danfoss devices and some C library could save a lot of work ang get these applications very safe for a 24/7 usage in full autonomous control. Expecially where no operator is interacting with the software.Anyway this is an off topic,interesting for sure.
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General controls / Re: Test Tool and H1_EDC_Ang_Snsr Block
« Last post by Matt_Eng on December 19, 2022, 07:30:56 PM »
Hi Pete,

I can give a little clarity on the fault logic
The Fault checks for the SIG1 input use the ratio-metric value calculated from Sensor Power.
So SIG1 is always some percentage of the Sensor Power voltage. This can be measured with the Input_Ratio checkpoint, which has a small filtering delay or calculated by SIG1*10000/Snsr_Pwr
This ratio-metric value is used to make sure the sensor is outputting a voltage within acceptable levels.

Fault levels are below 5%(500), above 95%(9500), and above 98%(9800). There is also a direct compare to Sig1, so if it below 150mV it will interpret that as a short to ground.

Hope this helps,
-Matt
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PLUS+1 Autonomy Hardware / Re: NMEA 2000
« Last post by oiltronic on December 19, 2022, 06:22:28 PM »
On a slight tangent, if you want to use lat & lon then the message decoding is only the start.  A good library of conversion and transformation utilities will be required as well.  I recently did a machine application that used GPS lat & lon as a control input, and I ended up using a Linux-based controller so I could use various python libraries for the positioning and transformations.
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General controls / Test Tool and H1_EDC_Ang_Snsr Block
« Last post by OtherPete on December 19, 2022, 09:14:53 AM »
Hi all,

I'm having a small problem testing the H1_EDC_Ang_Snsr block in a page with the test tool.  At the beginning of the test I calibrate the block so that the status and status expanded signals are zero.  I turn the calibration mode off, then give the block a SIG1 input value that is out of the acceptable range, as defined in the documentation for the block, and allow the next step in the test to run for a greater length than the fault detection time.  However, when examining the actual values the block isn't outputing a fault signal. 

Has anyone had any similar problems or any ideas on what I'm not doing right?

Thanks,

Pete
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PLUS+1 Service Tool / Re: Mobile Service Tool web portal
« Last post by FluidPowerTom on December 16, 2022, 06:40:53 PM »
It seems like the Mobile Service Tool is severely limited with respect to user and group administration.  Is anyone using this extensively?
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