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Mitsubishi Digital I/O
#1
Sad 
Hello,

I am trying to debug a C# program for the Mitsubishi RV8-CRL.
Normal move work very well, Simulation is also fine.

But I'm have issues with Digital I/O.
it appear to work but no command is being sent to the RV8

Attached is a picture  of RoboDK.
   

It could not be simpler but it does not work.
Any help is greatly appreciated.

Archer
#2
Since I'm getting no support, and the GPIO for the Mitsubishi RV-8 is
broken, I have to request a refund.  I gladly re-evaluate your soft when the GPIO works for the Mitsubishi RV-8.

Archer
#3
Do you have a sample program that shows how to change the state of your digital outputs? It should be easy to configure your digital outputs with the post processor or the driver. This may require a custom adjustment to properly link with your IO board and output name or ID.

Do you have a professional license? If so, have you tried contacting our support through Help-Request support?

In any case, you can contact us at info@robodk.com if you are interested in a refund.

We would still like to try to help you make RoboDK work for your project.
#4
Sad 
RoboDK is still my preferred solution.  I just need GPIO to work.

The GPIO is built into the robot.  This the code RoboDK generates.

1 *Grip_Close
2 'Program generated by RoboDK v5.4.3 for Mitsubishi RV-8CRL on 28/07/2022 11:05:56
3 'Using nominal kinematics.
4 M_OUT(14)=0
5 Dly 0.500
6 M_OUT(15)=1
7 End


This is the code that runs from RT Toolbox (clumsy soft from Mitsubishi)

M_Out(14)=0

Dly 0.03
M_Out(15)=1
Dly 0.25

Very similar code.  

I'm wondering if there is some kind of MODE register or state that I need to be in to make RoboDK work.

Thanks
Archer

(07-28-2022, 04:28 PM)Rhonde Wrote: RoboDK is still my preferred solution.  I just need GPIO to work.

The GPIO is built into the robot.  This the code RoboDK generates.

1 *Grip_Close
2 'Program generated by RoboDK v5.4.3 for Mitsubishi RV-8CRL on 28/07/2022 11:05:56
3 'Using nominal kinematics.
4 M_OUT(14)=0
5 Dly 0.500
6 M_OUT(15)=1
7 End


This is the code that runs from RT Toolbox (clumsy soft from Mitsubishi)

M_Out(14)=0

Dly 0.03
M_Out(15)=1
Dly 0.25

Very similar code.  

I'm wondering if there is some kind of MODE register or state that I need to be in to make RoboDK work.

I have a Professional license, and have contacted the a few times.
Quest are asked and answer, then the matter is dropped.  Either my e-mail is not getting thru,
or your support is just swamped. 

I've also tried the C# project and its disallowed also
The code for the RT Toolbox is included as is the RoboDK file

Thanks
Archer


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.rdk   ShelfTableA.rdk (Size: 5.43 MB / Downloads: 31)
#5
As you mentioned, RoboDK outputs M_OUT by default for digital outputs. If you want to change this behavior, you can manually enter your string. 

For example, if you use the UI and you want to output OUT(5)=1 instead (no "M"), you could set the digital output instruction like this:
   

Also, if you are using the C# API you could also do:
Code:
robot.setDO(5,1)
This will output the following code by default:
Code:
M_OUT(5)=1

However, you could also do:
Code:
robot.setDO("Out(5)", 1)
Which will output:
Code:
OUT(15)=1

You can also change the default behavior in the post processor by changing the variable DOUT_STRING.
  




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