Welcome to The Automation Blog's “Flashback Friday!”
Today I'm highlighting some simple code I wrote and published twelve years ago using RSLogix version 10.
The year was 2002, and my client needed a way to take an ADCII integer read from an Bar Code reader and place it into a string
This was the early days of Logix and its string support, and the code in the original article is the sample I wrote for him.
Posted on my original website back in 2002, you can now find this article and link to the RSLogix 5000 ACD HERE on The Automation Blog:
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Until next time, Peace ✌️
Shawn M Tierney
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Hey Shaun, is there no built-in way to scoot an ASCII string out to an ethernet connected device, from a CLX PLC from code, without using a gateway?
Yes there is – the key is the Controller’s support for Open Sockets – this use to only be available in the EWEB way back when, but I believe the last two generations have supported this and you should find details in the knowbase.
If you need more help feel free to join my community and I’ll dig around some,
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