|CTRIO Workbench Revision History|
Description of Problems / Additions / Changes
Fixed a problem with updating the H2-CTRIO2 firmware in a
base with a 240, 250, 250-1, or 260 CPU
Added support for the H2-CTRIO2 in DirectLOGIC systems
Workbench is NOT required to use the CTRIO or CTRIO2 modules with the
Fixed a problem where Free Form pulse profile
data could not be imported from .CSV or .TXT files.
This problem was created when we started building CTRIO Workbench with a newer version of the C compiler, as such, this problem exists only in v2.1.11.
Added support for additional Koyo PLCs - not
The latest versions of the H2-EBC, H2-EBC100 and
H4-EBC firmware changed the module type that is reported for the
H2-CTRIO and H4-CTRIO. This version of the CTRIO Workbench is
required to correctly identify the CTRIO modules when used with
these latest versions of the EBC firmware.
See the H2-EBC Revision History, the H2-EBC100 Revision History or the H4-EBC Revision History for a complete description of the firmware change.
Added MODBUS/TCP mapping information to I/O Map
dialog for use with an EBC that supports MODBUS/TCP.
Removed unused references to 'Ch2/Fn1', 'Ch2/Fn2',
'Output 2' and 'Output 3' from the System Function tabs in Monitor I/O
if connected to an H0-CTRIO.
Fixed a bug with
the Rate calculator where if you use the arrow keys to increase the
value to 1000, it displays 1,000 (with a comma) and then gets
"Please enter a positive integer" error.
Removed 'Native T&D Addresses" I/O mapping option
since it is no longer used.
Changed "Pulse Follower Mode" to "Pulse Extension
Mode" as the description for an output configured as part of Pulse
Fixed a problem in Rate Scaling that would cause
the CTRIOs to crash on power up. With
the input configured as a Up/down or Quadrature Counter, this problem
can cause the CTRIO to crash (turn on the ERR LED).
Fixed potential communication lockup in CTRIO
Fixed 4 range I/O mapping problem when using
H4-CTRIO and T1H-CTRIO support.
Added configuration support for T1H-PBC.
Fixed wrong description text for Output range in I/O Mapping dialog.
Changed I/O Map for an ERM --> EBC --> CTRIO, you can now enter all 4 address range values from your ERM configuration.
Export in I/O Map - users can create nicknames & descriptions from
their work in CTRIO WB and import this data into DirectSOFT for use in
their ladder program.
Made I/O mapping
information for WinPLC so that it now matches the EBC
PLC Links are now automatically enabled during initial connection
Added I/O mapping details for all interface modules
Added offline configuration options for all CPUs
Pulse Profile configuration dialog now uses Selection List instead of tabbed dialog
|1.1Beta||5-April-2002||Fix some startup problems
associated with Windows XP