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Getting started: EtherNet/IP with an Endress+Hauser Promass 100

Re: Getting started: EtherNet/IP with an Endress+Hauser Promass 100

yes i have installed it 

how can i communicate with the sensor and get the data through that

could you please help me out on this

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Re: Getting started: EtherNet/IP with an Endress+Hauser Promass 100

i have installed it in my machine 

could you please help me out to communicate with the promass

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i have downloaded and installed etherner ip toolkit 

 

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Re: Getting started: EtherNet/IP with an Endress+Hauser Promass 100

Hi @Suyam, sorry I forgot to reply before.

 

Have you made any progress with communicating with your flow meter?

 

The key is to use EthernetIP CIP Get Attribute Single.vi to read your flow meter's input. The order of the input parameters is listed under "Permanently assigned input group" table at https://portal.endress.com/wa001/dla/5000594/1278/000/01/BA01182DEN_0214.pdf (page 48)

 

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Re: Getting started: EtherNet/IP with an Endress+Hauser Promass 100

Hi,

 Could you please post the sample measuring Labview Vi 

i can able to read the data from the promass 100 . i am facing issues with parse or converts the data into normal format (data being coming from the promass is HEX format)

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Re: Getting started: EtherNet/IP with an Endress+Hauser Promass 100


@SUYAM wrote:

i can able to read the data from the promass 100 . i am facing issues with parse or converts the data into normal format (data being coming from the promass is HEX format)


I'm glad to hear you can read data.

 

I only read the Assem100 data, which is an array of 11 floating-point numbers (SGL).

 

EthernetIP CIP Get Attribute Single.vi returns the data as an array of bytes (hex). Use Type Cast to convert the 44 bytes into 11 SGL numbers:

cast U8[] to SGL[].png

 

To understand the Type Cast function, see https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/I-need-To-Understand-the-quot-Type-Cast-Function-quot/m-p/1462738/h...

Certified LabVIEW Developer

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Re: Getting started: EtherNet/IP with an Endress+Hauser Promass 100

Thanks for your great help

i have attached front panel and block diagram of my code

 

there are 11 parameters i can converts .

but i have a doubt that not matching with the data which is reading in the device

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Re: Getting started: EtherNet/IP with an Endress+Hauser Promass 100

Promass 100.pngPromas 100 FP.PNG

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