Tags: FPX

  • September 06, 2012
    Motion control follows conventional algorithms that take each transitional point as a tuple in the Cartesian space. Basically, each motion point is handled as X and Y coordinates; a hardware example could be an X-Y table. While this approach is simple and easy to implement, it can become redundant by adding too many repetitions in the controller’s (e.g. PLC) code.
  • May 08, 2012
    Remotely Updating Programs Panasonic can help companies easily make updates to a PLC program for remotely located end users. In the case of program improvements or fixes, it’s important not to give the ability to view or modify their proprietary programming logic. There are a few ways to do this, such as using a GT Series HMI SD Card slot, or FPLoader.
  • November 09, 2011
    FP-X Series, Application and Communication Cassettes This video demonstrates how quickly you can add functionality to Panasonic's FP-X PLC by utilizing expansion cassettes. Check out Panasonic's YouTube Channel for more information and product demonstrations.