[etherlab-users] Beckhoff EL6224 IO-Link

Dr.-Ing. Wilhelm Hagemeister hm at igh.de
Wed Jan 27 14:04:39 CET 2016


copy the output of etherlab --skin etherlab -p xx to your m-file.
Add sdo configuration as show in attached example.
Call the m-file from an generic slave block.

Attached an example for EL7041.

Sometimes one has to examine the configuration from TwinCat.

Regards Wilhelm.

Am 26.01.2016 um 20:08 schrieb Rehberger, Sebastian:
> Dear Etherlab Users,
> has anyone already used a Beckhoff EL6224 bus clamp? This is a IO-Link
> terminal and we are having some RFID reader/writers connected to it.
> I recently tried to use the generic slave block for interfacing it, but
> failed. I therefore generated the .m configuration file for the generic
> configuration with "--skin" option on command line. Any idea how I
> should approach this? Thank you for any advice and help.
> Kind regards,
> Sebastian
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