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It is possible to upgrade the set of available features by purchasing a new Product Key from Eurotherm. The Configuration Software option is not charged for. However, it may be disabled by Product Key where it is specifically not required. Whenever the Configuration Software option is specified, all wurotherm options where not ordered will operate in a demo mode as appropriate.
During iTools installation you will be asked for a Product Key.
You will find this number on the back of the CD case. The Product Key determines which iTools features are enabled. If you enter no Product Key, or an incorrect Product Key, iTools will install with Configuration Software available, as well as other features in Demo mode.
This will apply where iTools was downloaded from the Eurotherm web site. A new Product Key may eurothern entered after installation, by selecting ‘Registration Information For further information on installing eyrotherm Microsoft.
The following devices and versions are fully supported by iTools. Where a device is of mabual same type but a different version from those listed here, much of the iTools functionality may be expected to work correctly, but no support will be provided. Previous versions of iTools were unable to load Setpoint Program UIP files saved by an early version of iTools V6 for a controller – this is now resolved.
Eurotherm iTools Release notes
Previous versions of iTools had an issue where, if the computer’s locale manuql the decimal point separator as anything other than “. This is now resolved. Previous versions of iTools included several issues relating to character sets used in clone files, which are resolved in this release.
Previous versions of iTools included a problem eufotherm access to versadac devices from iTools could fail on systems using some non-European locales. See the versadac User Guide for full details. The mechanism for setting the runtime language of iTools has been modified. As before, the default is to use the locale defined for Windows, but this may now be overridden through the Localization tab of 4204 server settings dialog in the iTools OPC Server.
This little-used feature of iTools Engineering Studio has been removed.
The feature has become increasingly difficult to set up correctly due to changes in Windows, and would not have performed will with more feature-rich instruments such as versadac. This little-used feature of OPC Scope has been removed. DDE has long been deprecated by Microsoft and has become increasingly difficult to support reliably.
Alternative transports based on OPC should be used. This discovery protocol uses Bonjour zero-configuration networking. Previous versions of iTools had an issue whereby program files saved onto the PC via the iTools Programmer Editor did not contain the program name parameters. Manjal caused an issue when programs were later loaded via FTP or a USB stick, as the device program retained the same name as it had maanual to loading.
This is resolved in iTools 8. Changes were made to the default clone file templates for to prevent the OP3 list erroneously appearing on the simulated device panel. Previous versions of iTools had an issue that meant that programmer files saved from a nanodac device’s UI could not always be loaded properly in the iTools Programmer Editor, and vice versa. This applied only where the decimal separator character on the computer was set to be something other than the point.
In addition, previous versions of iTools had an issue that could prevent values in the Program Parameters list from being set when loading a program in the Programmer Editor. This was seen particularly with and controllers. OPC Scope has been enhanced with new features. Any item may now be assigned a custom Display Name or alias. Trend charts support a new Vertical Trend mode, in addition to the existing horizontal mode. This has now been resolved. A facility to check for a newer iTools version is now available from the Help menu in iTools Engineering Studio.
This relies on the presence of an Internet connection. OPC Scope is enhanced with new two options allowing: Recent versions of View Runner included a problem that prevented use of custom enumeration strings in DropDown components when linked to Boolean parameters.
This change is needed because USB-connected serial ports now frequently appear at positions above COM8 the previous default maximum. Previous versions included a problem whereby the Terminal Wiring editor would show the wrong pinout for an RS module on controllers.
Previous versions included a problem in the Programmer editor with handling of GoBack settings for series dual sync mode. There was also a problem with setting up of Call segments during series off-line configuration. These issues are now resolved. This selection is made from the Edit menu for a newly created View, before any components have been placed.
Each View still operates in the context of a single OPC server only. This is resolved in iTools 7. A fault in the iTools setup program for versions 7. This issue is resolved in iTools 7. However, installing iTools 7.
A workaround is to manually backup this Registry key prior to the upgrade, and restore it when the upgrade is complete. The device list panel of iTools Engineering Studio now shows a specific icon for devices which are not yet synchronized. This information is useful because some iTools editors are not available until synchronization is complete. OPC Scope now provides an option for controlling the number of displayed decimal places, similar to that found in iTools Engineering Studio.
Graphics copied and pasted into other programs e. Microsoft Word sometimes suffered from font scaling problems, making the copied diagram difficult to interpret.
The faceplate view within this editor would frequently not highlight the available and selected fields. Within iTools Engineering Studio, the Graphical Wiring Editor now allows wiring diagrams to be split across multiple nested pages.
This concept is known as Compounding: This causes them to subsequently appear as a single block on the main page, with the contents of the Compound being ‘pushed down’ to a subsidiary page. This suite of tests includes stress and performance testing, as well as validation of compliance with the relevant OPC DA 2.
The self-certification test results are available on the OPC Foundation web site: OPC Scope now includes a readout cursor facility, allowing for precise review of item values within the chart display.
The readout cursor is activated by double-clicking in the chart whilst in review mode. Usage on Windows Server and Windows Vista is now supported. As a result, small changes have been made to the layout of some iTools screens. A problem has been resolved that caused iTools View Builder to generate access violation errors on some systems.
This section identifies the major changes to iTools. Further changes may be listed in the ‘Release Notes’ section of the iTools help file.
This release corrects a small number of problems which have been present since iTools 6. See the ‘Release Notes’ section of the iTools help file for more information. This facility is identical to that included within iTools Engineering Studio. See separate readme file for more information.
Similarly, Configuration Wizards for series devices now include a new tab allowing Recipe editing. The new horizontal format 32h8 controller is fully supported, including the Device Panel and Terminal Wiring views. Support is added for series controllers versions 2. The iTools Print facility iTools Report Wizard now allows access to ‘hidden’ device lists, such as those included in the series Flash Memory editor. This shows rear terminal connections for the following device types: The opening screens of the iTools Configuration Wizards have been redesigned for improved ease of use.
Eurotherm iTools Version 9.79 Release notes
In addition, the Configuration Wizards are now available from within the iTools Manusl Studio application. This may lead to unreliable operation. A number of minor usability enhancements have been made. The same information is also included in a new manual: The advantage of this approach is that the SCADA table address is generally invariant between instrument versions, eurogherm the addresses used internally by iTools are subject to change. An error message was previously generated when placing the Loop block in the editor window in the case where the Programmer feature was disabled.
A problem was corrected which could occasionally lead to iTools freezing while loading or saving in the Graphical Wiring and Programmer Editors. Performance of the Programmer Editor has been improved for series controllers, and additional minor corrections have been made to both editors.
It does not allow any other form of direct editing. For configuration of the and controllers, iTools 5. The Graphical Wiring Editor GWE is the default editing view for these devices, and we recommend users work through this view rather than the Parameter Manuao. The GWE groups the instrument parameters into function blocks. A function block type is a definition of those parameters which make up a unit of instrument functionality; examples eurogherm a control loop and a mathematical calculation.
In most cases a function block includes 22404 the parameters in an iTools list and it’s sublists. Each function block has inputs and outputs.
Any parameter may be used as an output, while there are some restrictions on which parameters may be used as a block input.