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    Default How to read Real values in FANUC PLC

    Hi Friends

    We are having a Sentron power meter from Siemens which gives incoming supply details like Voltages,current etc.

    And this module is configured in FANUC system.

    I would like to know how can we read real values in PLC?

    If there any way to read REAL or FLOAT values?

    Please let me know

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    Default Re: How to read Real values in FANUC PLC

    For various items such as part counter values it is necessary to read parameter values from controllers. If you’d like to synchronize devices with each other or simply ‘tag’ a machine with things like work-order or operation number it is also useful to be able to write parameter values that can be read by your device driver later. For machines equipped with FOCAS-enabled Fanuc controllers you can use the utility programs fanucparamread and fanucparamwrite from fanucparam to do so.



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