C Data

C Data definition.

Digital points to reference individual bits configuration.

Analog points to reference individual bytes, words, or longwords configuration.

Supported addresses.

C Data definition

C Data

Is for counters.

C data points

Are read and write.

Digital points to reference individual bits

Point Class

DIGITAL

Type

BOOL

Access

Read or Read/Write

Valid Addresses

Cxxxx, where xxxx is a valid address for your PMC type

Address Offset

0-7, for the particular bit you want to reference

Analog points to reference individual bytes, words, or longwords

Point Class

ANALOG

Type

SINT, INT, or DINT (1, 2, or 4 bytes)

Access

Read or Read/Write

Valid Addresses

Cxxxx, where xxxx is a valid address for your PMC type

Address Offset

none

Supported addresses

CNC

PMC Type

Valid Address Range

Series 150

NA/NB

C0000-C0079

 

NB2

C0000-C0199

Series 150i

NB6

C0000-C0199

Series 160/180-B/C

SA1/SB3/SB5/SC3

C0000-C0079

 

SB4/SB6/SC4

C0000-C0199

Series 210-B, 0i-A

SA1/SA3

C0000-C0079

Series 160i/180i, 0i-B(SB7)

SB5

C0000-C0079

SB5

C0000-C0199

 

SB7

C0000-C0399,

C5000-C5199

Series 210i, 0i-B(SA1)

SA1/SA5

C0000-C0079

Power Mate

All

C0000-C0079

Power Mate i

SB5

C0000-C0079

 

SB6

C0000-C0199

CNC

1st PMC

*2nd PMC

*3rd PMC

Series 300i/310i/320i

 

 

 

 

Changeable counter

C0000-C0399

C0000-C0079

C0000-C0079

 

Fixed counter

C5000-C5199

C5000-C5039

C5000-C5039

*Optional

**

 Note: The CRT/MDI panel and the CNC Screens provide the ability to display C data as individual bits, or as word data from the Counter screen. On the Counter screen, the first 2 bytes will be displayed in a column labeled Preset value. The next 2 bytes are displayed in a column labeled Current data. You should configure points as type INT to obtain data in a similar format to the Counter screen. For example, a point of type INT with address C0000 would contain the Preset value. A point of type INT with address C0002 would contain the Current value.

More information

PMC BMI Bits


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