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News / Re: Release of New i-TRiLOGI Version 6.7 & 7.4
« Last post by Madmardigan on Today at 01:30:10 AM »
Wow! This is very impressive! Where can I get this latest version of i-TRiLOGI?

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General Discussions / Re: Visio to PLC
« Last post by Aloysius Akun on July 24, 2021, 07:11:12 PM »
Nice idea, have a go, you wont know until you try it.

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News / Re: Release of New i-TRiLOGI Version 6.7 & 7.4
« Last post by Roman Jay Almaza on July 14, 2021, 12:13:33 AM »
We did a replacement to out system and we use this now.
Archived Tech Support / Re: Using MX-RTC / MX-RTC Battery Life
« Last post by Roman Jay Almaza on July 14, 2021, 12:09:07 AM »
I had bought this battery and I really love this battery because of its battery life.
Technical support / Re: Handling more than 1000 #Define entries
« Last post by support on June 30, 2021, 10:11:06 AM »
i-TRiLOGI 7.4 is released to support all the new features (the integrated 16-key keypad and a 128 x 64 pixel OLED display as well as WiFi configuration) in the new Wx100 PLC (, but is also tested to work with all other Super PLCs such as the Nano-10, FMD, Fx and any SmartTILE-Fx based custom PLCs.

In response to your feedback we decided to expand the #DEFINE table to 2000 entries when the final version is released.

One more feature that you may find helpful to manage large #DEFINE table is to use the Excel file "ExcelDefineTable.xlsm" in the "C:\TRiLOGI\TL74" folder.

You can export the #Define table to a text file and the "Import"  macro in the spreadsheet can import the text file into Excel, allowing you more powerful tools in Excel to manage the table. After the table has been updated, click the "Export" button to run a macro to export the updated file back to a text file which can then be imported into i-TRiLOGI 7.4. 

We would like to thank the Expert Member of this forum - Gary Dickinson for his suggestion and help in creating the "ExcelDefineTable.xlsm"
Technical support / Re: Handling more than 1000 #Define entries
« Last post by njlaw on June 28, 2021, 06:10:00 PM »
I'm just following up to say that I appreciate the increase of the #Define table limit in v7.4!

Thank you!

Nathanael Law
Technical support / Re: Timer Repeatability (consistency)
« Last post by support on June 22, 2021, 06:00:56 PM »
Thank you for your question. What is the range of elapsed time that is of interest? Is it in milliseconds, seconds, hours or days?

You could use the PLC's timer to measure elapsed time in 0.1 or 0.01 second resolution. But if the elapsed time is measured in seconds and minutes, then an accurate real-time-clock (preferably one that is synchronized to the Internet time server) will ensure that the measured elapsed time will forever be consistent.
Technical support / Timer Repeatability (consistency)
« Last post by homer4JC on June 22, 2021, 09:43:28 AM »
Our company is in the process of purchasing an automated system that will be performing soldering operations.  We are looking to validate the solder process, and as a result we are currently considering trying to "calibrate" the PLC timer.  I don't believe this is a value-added effort.  I am not so much concerned that the timer is accurate, but that the amount of time measured will not vary over time.  To put it another way, I'm not concerned whether or not the time elapsed is accurate, but that the measured time elapsed will remain the same over a period of years.  I was wondering if there is any documentation or studies out there that may have addressed this issue, and I would appreciate any help in finding an answer for me.
Technical support / Re: Ability to pull program from PLC for backup?
« Last post by support on June 16, 2021, 10:46:27 AM »
Thank you for your question. TRi PLCs are designed for OEM equipment builders where protection of their intellectual property is important. As such there is no mechanism for pulling the program off the PLC internal flash memory back to a PC, therefore protects against unauthorized copying or modification of the control program. The OEM equipment builder is the entity that has the original source file.

i-TRiLOGI software also provides a tool for OEM to generate a compiled file (.CO5) which can be sent to the equipment user to load the program into a new PLC if a replacement PLC is needed. This could be a file that some OEMs may be willing to provide to their end customers.

You can however retrieve the program name, the date of file creation and file transfer by using the i-TRiLOGI software: "Controller->Open Matching Source File". With these information you can try to contact the supplier of the equipment to see if they are willing to provide you with copy of the program (it could be a .PC5, .PC6 or .PC7) or a compiled .CO5 file for your backup purpose.
Technical support / Ability to pull program from PLC for backup?
« Last post by joshyoder on June 16, 2021, 07:45:43 AM »
I recently inherited a machine with a Triangle Research PLC in it but did not receive a backup of the program with it.  I got the software installed and can communicate with the PLC fine but I can't seem to find a way to download the program from the PLC to have a backup available.  Is there a way to do this within the software?
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