| Доброго времени суток всем!
Подскажите, пожалуйста, кто-нибудь раньше встречался с чем-то подобным, когда при выгрузки файлов конфигурации с контроллера 1769-L32E возникает
Application Path: C:\Program Files\Rockwell Software\RSLogix 5000\ENU\v15\Bin\RS5000.Exe
Elapsed execution time: 2 minutes & 0 seconds
Version: V15.01.00 (Release)
Source File: RxObject.cpp
Line Number: 1923
OS Version: Windows XP (Service Pack 3 - Build 2600)
Thread Id: 00000d5c (3420)
0x80004005 - Unspecified error
Press OK to terminate this application
Кто и как эту проблему смог решить? Или вообще это разрешимо?|
| Эта утилита обычно находится на диске c Panel Builder32:
Файл самго последнего firmware Version 4.41 для Вашей панели [url=http://vdt-solutions.de/files/m55bdh4.fmw]здесь[/url].
Процесс описан в [url=https://rockwellautomation.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/25373]kb25373[/url]:
There are two methods to upgrade the terminal firmware:
Flash ATA Card
PanelView Firmware Upgrade Utility
CAUTION: Upgrading the PanelView Terminal's firmware will result in the erasure of the PanelView runtime application. Before upgrading the PanelView Terminal's firmware, be sure to save the application that resides in the PanelView Terminal via the PanelBuilder32 or WinPFT+ Upload functionality or ensure that a copy of the application (*.PVA file) resides on a local hard drive.
Flash ATA Card:
Requirements: Allen-Bradley 2711-NM24 (or equivalent) Flash ATA Card
Insert the Flash ATA Card into the personal computer's PCMCIA slot and copy the firmware file onto the Flash ATA Card.
Insert it into the PanelView terminal memory card slot located on the back of the terminal.
Power up the unit. The terminal will load the firmware and then restart. This may take a few minutes.
When the configuration screen comes up, firmware upload is complete.
Remove the Flash ATA Card.
PanelView Firmware Upgrade Utility:
Deactivate any programs or drivers that are using the serial communications port by:
If using RSLinx, close RSLinx program.
Disable all drivers associated with the communication port that will be used for downloading the firmware to the PanelView Terminal.
If using INTERCHANGE (older version of interface drivers), disable the INTERCHANGE drivers. (reboot the computer (Windows 95) or exiting Windows and performing an "abicstop" at the DOS prompt.)
Connect the PanelView Terminal to your personal computer via one of the following methods:
For: Remote I/O, Data Highway Plus, DF1, ControlNet, DeviceNet, Profibus, or Modbus terminal (2711-xxx1, xxx8, xxx10, xxx12, xxx14, xxx15, xxx16), connect the RS-232, 2711-NC13 cable between the printer/transfer port of the PanelView and Com1 port of the PC.
For: DH-485/RS-232 terminal (2711-xxx5, xxx9), connect the RS-232, 2711-NC13 cable between the RS-232 (DH-485) comm port of the PanelView and the com1 port the PC.
For: DH-485 terminal (2711-xxx2, xxx3), connect the 1747-PIC module and cable between the RS-485(DH-485) comm port of the PanelView and the com1 port of the PC.
Note: The 1747-PIC must be powered by a separate power supply (1747-AIC, 24Vdc / or / 2711-NP1, DH-485 power supply).
Run the PanelView Firmware Upgrade Utility.
Select the appropriate Display, User Input type, and Protocol combination for the PanelView terminal that will be updated.
Press the “Select Alternate Source Location” button and browse to the directory on the hard drive where the firmware file is saved.
Select the file and press OK.
Select the “Serial COM port” destination radio button and the COM port that will be used for the firmware file download to the terminal.
Press the “Download” button.
Reset the PanelView when prompted by cycling power to the PanelView
On power up, the file will be transferred from the PC to the PanelView terminal.
| "Fatal Error!
Application Path: C:\Program Files\Rockwell Software\RSLogix 5000\ENU\v17\Bin\RS5000.Exe
Elapsed execution time: 5 minutes & 12 seconds
Version: V17.00.00 (Release)
Source File: AcRll_EmitSRT.cpp
Line Number: 299
OS Version: Windows XP (Service Pack 2 - Build 2600)
Thread Id: 00000e44 (3652)
Error 0x8004203b (-2147213253)
RxE_INVALID_INTERNAL_STATE - Invalid software state due to inconsistency found."
подобная ошибка возникает при попытке загрузить программу в эмулятор
кто-нибудь сталкивался ?
logix 5000 v.17|
| Процедура заключается в подаче напряжения через токоограничивающий резистор в течении определенного времени.
In the past, Rockwell Automation has received numerous information requests from customers pertaining to drives that have not had power applied to them for a long period of time. The major concern regarding the Drives would be the affect of time on the Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors. Bus Capacitors that have not had power applied to them for a period of 4 years or longer should undergo a Bus Capacitor re-forming process.
What is Re-forming?
Re-forming is a technical term used with capacitors that have been unpowered for a long time. To understand the re-forming process, we must first understand the forming process. To create any capacitor, three items are needed: 1.) An Anode (positive end), 2.) A Cathode (negative end), and 3.) A dielectric inserted between the two foils. An Aluminum Electrolytic capacitor follows this basic formula using aluminum foil both as the anode and the cathode, with an aluminum oxide formed on the foil as a dielectric and liquid electrolyte as a conductor. Capacitance is directly related to the surface area of the anode foil; the more surface area, the greater the capacitance. To increase the surface area of the anode foil, manufacturers dip the foil into an acid bath. This bath etches grooves into the foil, thus increasing the surface area (see figure 1). After this process, a non-conductive, insulating aluminum oxide, Al2O3, is grown on the surface of the aluminum anode and cathode foil, including the etched grooves. A thin paper layer is added between the foils to prevent them from rubbing against each other and to hold/absorb the conductive electrolyte that is used to reduce the distance between the anode and cathode. The aluminum oxide formed on the foil is the insulator between the positive and negative plates, but the aluminum oxide formed on the foil is a brittle material. When this oxide cracks, a leakage current will flow between the anode and cathode. This does not cause the capacitor to fail. In fact, the
leakage current causes localized heating, which creates more oxide, thus sealing off the leak. Unfortunately, after a prolonged period of time, four to five years, with a lack of voltage applied to an aluminum electrolytic capacitor, the oxide will start to breakdown and the leakage current will be very high. If voltage is applied to the capacitors at this point, the high leakage current (ripple current) could cause enough heating to vaporize the electrolyte in the capacitor causing the part to vent or potentially explode.
To prevent this from happening, the capacitors need to be re-formed. Re-forming is the process of re-growing the oxide in the grooves of the aluminum foil. The simple way to re-form an aluminum electrolytic capacitor is to apply a controlled DC voltage. The DC voltage will create the proper amount of leakage current that will form new oxide.
How do you Re-form?
The best way to re-form the bus capacitors would be to individually apply the capacitor.s rated DC voltage through a current limited resistor (~ 300 Ohms minimum) for period of 1 hour. However, this would require disassembling the entire drive. Some Rockwell Automation Drives are equipped for common bus applications, these drives have a plus and minus DC voltage input on the power terminal block connector. With the Rockwell Automation Drives that have this configuration, a high voltage (~ 800V) DC power supply used in series with the current limiting resistor would be connected to the terminal block to apply the rated DC voltage for an hour. Disconnect the Drives control boards and I/O boards prior to applying the DC voltage. Otherwise, the external power supply will turn on the Drive and in the process draw too much current and overload the supply. With the Rockwell Automation Drives that do not have this terminal block configuration, the other option is to apply the input line voltage to the Drive, the current limited resistor should still be used in series with the input power. Then allow the drive to power-up, thus applying bus voltage across the capacitors and re-forming them. Allow the drive to sit in this state for at least an hour prior to operating the drive.
Experiment and Results:
Several bus capacitors that had not had any applied voltage in seven years were tested in an attempt to verify the re-forming process. The capacitors had full rated voltage applied to them using an external DC power supply through a 1k Ohm resistor. A current meter was also used to watch the leakage current in the capacitor. Once the DC voltage was applied the leakage current started high and dropped rapidly. After a few minutes, the leakage current leveled off and the capacitors were successfully re-formed.|
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В конфиге IT6 присутствует такая опция:
Enable/Disable Cyclic Calibration, есть подсказка на стр18 паспорта:
Wheen enabled, an autocalibration cycle is performed on all enabled channels every 5 minutes.
Использую модуль давно в режиме милливольтметра (тензометрия), но толком не могу понять смысл этой калибрации. ЕСЛИ не трудно, на русском языке, хотя бы общий смысл опции. Может, это как-то связано с компенсацией по температуре концов термопар?