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BRX PLC Data Logging

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Published on Jan 2, 2018

More information can be obtained at our website. This includes all of the links mentioned in this video.
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-data-...

Data logging does not have to be complicated anymore. The BRX Series PLC can log your specific data up to 32 Gigabits on a Micro SD Card. It will store your data for future data analysis in a CSV (Comma Separated Value) Txt file based on time and/or event. This is all accomplished with just one instruction in the BRX PLC. Excel is just one program that you can import and analysis this CSV Txt file.
Do-More Designer has a Browse PLC File Systems window that will allow you to copy, create and delete the files from the connected computer. This will save you from going to each controller, removing and copying the files on the Micro SD Card.
We will be looking at the data logging instruction in the BRX Series PLC and how to retrieve and view this information. Let’s get started.

Previously in this BRX Series PLC we looked at the following:
System Hardware
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-syste...
System Hardware Video
https://youtu.be/wSYgY09VYeA
Unboxing Video
https://youtu.be/-Tf8m3BqzPo
Installing the Software
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-insta...
Installing the Software Video
https://youtu.be/iFI1ebP8Zkk
Establishing Communication
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-estab...
Establishing Communication Video
https://youtu.be/shU5g8MA8VM
Updating Firmware Video
https://youtu.be/gsfcGGK4-Sk
Numbering Systems and Addressing
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-numbe...
Numbering Systems and Addressing Video
https://youtu.be/-GiKnIDycKY
First Program
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-first...
First Program Video
https://youtu.be/ANSNhdlm_Ao
Monitoring and Testing the Program
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-monit...
Monitoring and Testing the Program Video
https://youtu.be/gv3d0vozxac
Online Editing and Debug Mode
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-onlin...
Online Editing and Debug Mode Video
https://youtu.be/77pemu3zXrE
Timers
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-timers
Timers Video
https://youtu.be/0qU9kgunPi4
Counters
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-counters
Counters Video
https://youtu.be/k84VQy8ifgg
High Speed IO
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-high-...
High Speed IO Video
https://youtu.be/6B5hp_Ri0Ls
BRX PLC Compare Instructions
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-compa...
Compare Instructions Video
https://youtu.be/CIDVcM0zszE
BRX PLC Math Instructions
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-math-...
Math Instructions Video
https://youtu.be/ZllosAv0DyY
Program Control
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-progr...
Program Control Video
https://youtu.be/1fewvxxUyW4
Shifting Instructions
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-shift...
Shifting Instructions Video
https://youtu.be/FVTxIl8VKmg
Drum Instruction
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-drum-...
Drum Instruction Video
https://youtu.be/ILokPN1Aadk
Serial Communication – Modbus RTU to Solo Process Temperature Controller
http://accautomation.ca/brx-plc-seria...
Serial Communication Video
https://youtu.be/PndrIfBImGQ

There are several reasons why we are using the BRX Series Controller. Here are just a few.
- Standalone PLC with built in I/O
- Built in Data Logging
- Communication ability - Ethernet Port, RS232, RS485, USB - support for protocols such as Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, ASCII, K-sequence (DirectLOGIC users), Custom Protocols (ASCII over serial, TCP or UDP over Ethernet)
- Built in Analog input and output
- Integrated motion control
- High speed counters
- Powerful instruction set (Video of Instructons in software)
- Ability to expand the system with a variety of modules
- Part of the Do-More series of PLCs which use the same free software. (Do-More Designer)
- Integrated simulator in the software capable of external communications for testing

The BRX series of programmable logic controllers consist of four different units. They differ depending on the Inputs and Outputs built into the unit and if it has the ethernet port.
No I/O Micro PLC unit – (BX ME)
10 Point Micro PLC unit – (BX 10/10E)
18 Point Micro PLC unit - (BX 18/18E)
36 Point Micro PLC unit - (BX 36/36E)
These CPUs (Central Processing Units) are also known as MPU (Multi Processing Units) because of the communication capabilities.

http://www.accautomation.ca

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