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  • P2K program, for communication between it and a Universal Robots UR*

    The Universal Robot has integer I/O, limited to 8-bit. Output 0 of the robot starts at UR1_Input(289), while Input 0 starts at UR1_Output(33).

    Edit: just noticed I have the I/P Client set to multicast, when it should be unicast. Be sure to change that. Oops!
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    Last edited by Ridgeline Mach; 11-10-2016, 10:49 AM.
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    Have you considered using Modbus TCP/IP instead? The robots support that as well as Ethernet/IP and Profinet. You can also send commands over sockets possibly. In my experience, if you're using Modbus, the robot works best as a client.

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      NO, because I'd rather have the information appear implicitly, rather than having to program MODBUS reads and writes.
      If you've done the very best you can, worrying won't make it any better - Walt Disney

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