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kendo
01/10/2010, 08:56 AM
Hi, I just entered my program for dosing two part, but something must be wrong because both dosing pumps are running contiously, All timers are on auto. Here is the program I entered:
AlK#A07
CaL#A08
DAL-P01 (dummy timer)
DCA-P02 (dummy timer)

If Time > 18:59 Then DAL ON
If Time > 6:59 Then DAL OFF
OSC 002/58 ON/OFF Then ALK ON
If Timer DAL = OFF Then ALK OFF
If Time > 7:00 Then DCA ON
If Time > 18:58 Then DCA OFF
OSC 002/58 ON/OFF Then CAL ON
If Timer DCA = OFF Then CAl OFF

Thanks for any help.

Wall_Tank
01/10/2010, 09:24 AM
Hi, I just entered my program for dosing two part, but something must be wrong because both dosing pumps are running contiously, All timers are on auto. Here is the program I entered:
AlK#A07
CaL#A08
DAL-P01 (dummy timer)
DCA-P02 (dummy timer)

If Time > 18:59 Then DAL ON
If Time > 6:59 Then DAL OFF
OSC 002/58 ON/OFF Then ALK ON
If Timer DAL = OFF Then ALK OFF
If Time > 7:00 Then DCA ON
If Time > 18:58 Then DCA OFF
OSC 002/58 ON/OFF Then CAL ON
If Timer DCA = OFF Then CAl OFF

Thanks for any help.

By run all the time, does that mean the OSC commands are not working, or that the dummy timers do not shut down the pump?

I think the OSC command should have 3 digits

OSC 002/058 ON/OFF Then ALK ON

kendo
01/10/2010, 09:33 AM
I'm Not sure if it is the dummy timers or the OSC commands that are not working , The pumps just pump all the time. I'll try and put three digits in the program.

kendo
01/10/2010, 10:04 AM
I just reconfigured my program, how does this look

If Time > 18:59 Then DAL ON
If Time > 06:59 Then DAL OFF
OSC 002/058 ON/OFF Then ALK ON
If Timer DAL = OFF Then ALK OFF
OSC 002/058 ON/OFF Then CAL ON
If Timer DAL = ON Then CAL OFF

I'm thinking I only needed one dummy timer? I'll see how it works

kenargo
01/10/2010, 12:48 PM
I just reconfigured my program, how does this look

If Time > 18:59 Then DAL ON
If Time > 06:59 Then DAL OFF
OSC 002/058 ON/OFF Then ALK ON
If Timer DAL = OFF Then ALK OFF
OSC 002/058 ON/OFF Then CAL ON
If Timer DAL = ON Then CAL OFF

I'm thinking I only needed one dummy timer? I'll see how it works


This looks good; it should work for you...

kenargo
01/10/2010, 12:49 PM
I think the OSC command should have 3 digits


The Apex has a 3 part (numbers) OSC command, the AC3 and before all have only 2.

kendo
01/10/2010, 12:50 PM
Thank you for your help, It's working so far

Wall_Tank
01/10/2010, 03:33 PM
The Apex has a 3 part (numbers) OSC command, the AC3 and before all have only 2.

His 1st program wasn't working, he only had a 2 digit number in the field. Not sure if that would have messed up the compiler.

kenargo
01/10/2010, 04:07 PM
His 1st program wasn't working, he only had a 2 digit number in the field. Not sure if that would have messed up the compiler.

The OP's controller was an AC3 (not Apex) so it only had 2 numbers; I only mentioned it so that readers knew...