This document covers only the series v10 releases.
June 14, 2017
What’s New in Release ‘10.8.1’
- Fixed Lynx™ communication issue where upon Job Start, under certain sensor combinations, communication could be interrupted. When system restored communication, some sensors would be missing.
What’s New in Release ‘10.8’
- Support for new 4 Channel Piezo adapters
- Support for The Hub integration, still requires patch to enable
What’s New in Release ‘10.7.9’
- Support for 6mm Strain Gage sensors
- Fixed bug where initial offset was always be set to zero on strain gage sensors
What’s New in Release ‘10.7.8’
- Can assign IA1 modules on Machine setup for coolant flow and temperature
- When overwriting template in cycle graph the dialog would not close automatically
- Audit log was no longer updating because the log file name was changed
- Various translation fixes
What’s New in Release ‘10.7.7’
- The Balance Viewer in the Cycle Graph did not show any data in other languages
- You can now see the date that a template was saved when selecting a template in the Cycle Graph
What’s New in Release ‘10.7.6’
- A user can now assign multiple flow meters in the machine setup and input an id for each sensor
What’s New in Release ‘10.7.5’
- Fixed ‘Process Setup’ disappearance issue.
What’s New in Release ‘10.7.4’
- Fixed regression of not being able to assign multi channel piezo adapters with missing plate id
- Fixed bug with V->P where changes would be reverted if you changed a value by more than 10%
- Fixed bug where if you started a job with an unassigned sensor it would have incorrect default values set when you configured it later
- Fixed bug with process names that are longer than 28 charaters, previously it would make the home screen progressively slower and have blank entries
- It will now not show the multichannel adapter in the mold configuration if the plate id is missing, there was previously still path to get both to show
- Fixed bug with analog inputs where if they are converted from v9 setup they would have a full scale of 0
What’s New in Release ‘10.7.3’
- Set Screw Bottom is no longer skipped when starting a job after a reboot
- Fixed the Job Started Output so that the module channel activates when a job is started
- Removed the annotator and replaced it with a cycle values display on the cycle graph
- Cavity Fill Time Balance Percentage added as a summary variable.
- Cushion can be calculated with analog input modules
- V-P layout improved for better visibility of the cycle graph window
- Mini Mega MCSG Adapter Support
iicon missing for Sensors setup
- Analog input sensors used for stroke now allow 0 and 10 V to be swapped between screw bottom and full shot
- Balance Viewer Sensor Name display as cavity names instead of aliases
- Corrupt file and directory detection and handing
What’s New in Release ‘10.7.2’
- Fixed bug with N type themocouple sensors that would cause them to be configured as plastic pressure instead of temperature
- Fixed bug introduced in 10.7.1 that would not show sensors on the Mold Outputs configuration page
What’s New in Release ‘10.7.1’
- Fixed bug where you could assign MCSG sensor when a plate was not attached which would cause sensor location to block when starting a job
- Fixed bug where sensors would not correctly populate the unused sensor list
- Fixed bug where mega multi channel sensor may not show up as connected if connected after you start editing the mold
- Changed the way the Multi channel adapter display the plate that is attached, it now shows both the adapter serial number and plate id, when a sensor is configured in a location is only shows the plate id
- Fixed that you could not show summary variables or add alarms for Coolant Flow Temperature sensors
- Added support for new mega SG/LX8-S-ID
What’s New in Release ‘10.7’
- Cycle Graph pop-up annotator replaced by fixed location cycle values and balance viewer.
- Excessive Rejects clear function now has it’s own security item called “Excessive Rejects”; was previously bundled in with the process security.
What’s New in Release ‘10.6.9’
- Inject Enable will now show the user login screen when you attempt to enable injection. A new security entry was added for Inject Enable
- Previously only administrators could reset and disable Excessive Rejects, now user with Process rights have access
- Sensors should no longer show invalid messages while starting a job unless they are legitimately invalid or missing
- On the stability match windows entries should now follow the same rules that the summary graph selector uses to determine where they are displayed
- On the Alarm Count window the scrollbar would not allow you to scroll past nine entries, this now works
- On the cycle graph, template control windows should open in consistent positions
- Long text should no longer be cutoff on the Alarm Settings page
- Long text should no longer be cutoff on the Stability Match pages
- Long text should no longer be cutoff on the Cycle Alarm indicators
- Long text should no longer be cutoff on the Alarm Count page
- Values on Cycle Alarm indicators are now displayed in current units and the units are shown
- On the Diagnostic page sensor out of calibration errors now don’t cause sensors to show a warning symbol
What’s New in Release ‘10.6.8.3’
- When placing multiple sensors in a single location in a cavity it was not reloading the data correctly on reopening the mold setup. This would lead to sensors not being configured correctly if the setup was then saved. It will now have the right settings.
- When multiple sensors where placed in a single location the ordering would change when configuring sensors, this was confusing. It no longer does this.
What’s New in Release ‘10.6.8.2’
Improvements and Changes
- Support for Peak Ejector Force Optional Tool.
- Added support for dual analog flow/temperature IA2-M-FT.
- Fix for Valve Gate always defaulting to “Open Gate”.
- Fix for job started output, now on when the job is running and off when the job is started.
- Template Match Values are now displayed.
- Home menu now disappears when focus is lost.
- Disallows testing Job Started, Job Down and Job Running outputs while the job is running.