CemE
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Open PLC Editor - IO Addressing

21 Jun 2019, 10:14

Hello,

I want to use Open PLC Editor for a project that includes RevPi Connect + DIO modules. After I download a PLC project to RevPi Connect with OPEN PLC editor, RevPi Connect and DIO modules power led turn into red.
I think problem is about IO addressing/location. I opened Pictory and checked the different types of IO addressing manuals that depend on Editor and language(logical, logicad, codesys) and none of these given ones is useful for me so where can i find the correct writing of IO addressing for Open PLC Editor?
 
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dirk
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Re: Open PLC Editor - IO Addressing

21 Jun 2019, 12:00

The Open PLC runtime is available for the RaspberryPi. The RevPi I/Os do not use GPIOs. It uses the process image instead. Therefore the runtime has to be adapted to fit the requirements for the RevPi. You could talk to the manufacturer of the software if they are willig to invest this effort to make it possible to work. The Git HUB repository is free available to show how to create the access here and to build a kernel module.
 
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Re: Open PLC Editor - IO Addressing

03 Jul 2019, 16:34

Dear CemE, I have posted that here is a demand for help for new hardware support in the OpenPLC forum, here. Let's see what happens. Hopefully there will be a good exchange of knowledge here.
 
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dirk
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Re: Open PLC Editor - IO Addressing

11 Jul 2019, 17:17

Dear CemE, sorry for my absence but we are currently discussing the options. Well letz see what we will decide and do. I have posted an update also in the OpenPLC forum, here.
 
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Re: Open PLC Editor - IO Addressing

12 Jul 2019, 13:53

Der CemE we have decided to do a hardware sponsoring for the OpenPLC project. Have a look at the OpenPLC forum thread also.

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