I am struggling with setting up Ethernet IP between my UR5e cobot and a Tx715 PLC/HMI from TURCK.
I already looked at the Ethernet IP guide on the support website for UR.
I downloaded the .eds file from that article and installed that in Codesys v 3.5.16.
After scanning for devices on my Ethernet Scanner, Codesys found both my robot and the Discrete I/O gateway on my network.
The universal robot is select-able as an Ethernet device.
I placed the robot and BL20 modules in my scanner’s device tree and the eds came with pre-configured I/O mapping for the Cobot.
Once I download to the device and put the PLC in RUN mode, the BL20's I/O works as intended, but the Cobot doesn't communicate at all.
It states that the bus is not running and has a small yellow triangle next to its name in the device tree. On the Cobot pendant, the EthernetIP running state is still Yellow.
I even tried to map the I/O myself on a generic ethernet module for the Cobot rather than rely on that eds file.
There is definitely IP connection between all of the devices because I can ping all of them and receive a response.
There must be something wrong I am doing in Codesys, I/O mapping, or maybe the UR Cobot (but there are not too many options there on the pendant).
Any one else have these issues with TURCK items/Codesys and UR? Any troubleshooting ideas?