to the HMC7000 Series [1 min. 44 sec.]
to the HMC7000 product line? This video presents the
various models and features available.
Module Introduction for the HMC7000 Series [1 min. 49 sec.]
The HMC7000 Series Graphic HMCs give you many different module options for I/O. Choose from various configurations including analog or digital input and outputs, and combinations of both.
MAPware-7000 [5 min. 26 sec.]
about the basic operation and installation of the configuration
software for the HMC7000 Series.
and Tag Creation [6 min. 22 sec.]
the types of screens that you can create and how to
assign 'tag' names to register and coil memory that
you will use.
and Screen Objects Videos
Alarms [7 min. 03 sec.]
predefined messages (alarms) that will display when
a condition is true. Use the Alarm List object to then
display alarms in real-time or as a historical list.
and Bar Graphs [4 min. 09 sec.]
Make the data as seen by the operator more intuitive by using an analog meter or a bar graph.
and Animation Properties [4 min. 47 sec.]
simple graphics using drawing tools, import bitmaps,
or make labels with the text objects. Learn how to employ
animation effects such as color, flash animation or
Logger and Trend Displays [10 min. 27 sec.]
data based upon a triggered source or time interval
using the Data Logger feature, and then display this
data using a real-time or historical trend graph.
Processing and Calendar Instructions [7 min. 21 sec.]
The Direct I/O instruction forces the HMC7000 unit to update the specified I/O module immediately. The Set Calendar instruction is used to change the date/time of the internal clock. The Calendar Operation instruction calculates the amount of time that has passed between a given date/time and the current date/time.
Languages [8 min. 58 sec.]
a project with multiple languages.
and Multi-Task Buttons [6 min. 20 sec.]
simple operations such as display a new screen or popup
window, toggle a switch, or write a value to a register
using quick buttons. Use multi-task buttons for complex
operations that require several steps.
and Write Objects [7 min. 23 sec.]
data values in registers or coils using predefined text
captions or display the true numeric value. Data entry
objects support many formats including signed, floating
point, or ASCII formats.
Recipes [2 min. 20 sec.]
Recipes allow multiple preset values to be stored in HMC memory. This video covers how to build recipe functionality in the HMC.
and Function Keys [2 min. 21 sec.]
what 'tasks' are and under what conditions they can
be executed. This video also goes into some detail about
how the function keys work.