There is only one file type that uses the .LMA extension:
Logo! UDF File
File created by Logo! Soft Comfort, an automation application used for creating circuit programs; contains a "User-defined Function block diagram (UDF)," which holds all of the circuit program parts; includes timers, rich text, counters, triggers, and other functions.
The Logo! Soft Comfort program features a "drawing board" interface that organizes the positioning and linking of different program elements for creating and testing complex control programs. The program offers numerous features, such as diagram editing, text formatting, and simulation tools.
To create an LMA file, select, build your diagram, select , choose the save location (it defaults to the "Program" folder), name the file, and click .
To open an LMA file, simply double-click the file or selectin the application, navigate to your file, and click .
To edit the properties of your UDF in your LMA file, select, make your edits (create a password, change parameters, etc.), and click .
There are some restrictions with UDFs in an LMA file:
- At the most, a UDF can have 8 input and 4 output connectors.
- Shift registers, PI controllers, Data Log, message texts, and digital and analog inputs and outputs cannot be integrated into a UDF.
|Siemens Logo! Soft Comfort 8||Paid|
Updated: March 13, 2014