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Old December 28th, 2017, 02:41 PM   #1
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Pvp help for step sequence on a weighing system

Hi guys
Im after some ideas to display a weighing system on a hmi to help with easy fault find?
We have a micrologix 1400 and pvp 700 all on a working machine
We have a few step sequence flour delivery, discharge, water delivery,liquids
Each step sequence have about 8 steps
I thought about having something like a flowchart of the step sequence?
Or lamps on for step bits ??
Any creative ideas welcome thanks stu
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