I will try changing the PC node address. February 15th, April 14th, Either use the same power supply for the PLC and your laptop, and if that is not possible try to run the laptop on batteries only. Please click here to register!
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Find More Posts by Marc. Please click here to register! I will try changing the PC node address.
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I and I have been told by many others that station 77 is usually a safe number to select for a portable computer. January 27th, Just to see if this is causing the problems. April 14th, All times are GMT I am a new member again my apologies. To see if the PCMK card is working.
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The time now is Have you tried with another PLC? I bought it used on ebay and the seller said it was fully functional. Have you tried changing the PCs baudrate?
I am not sure how I did it except when I edited my first post the orginal was already seeries. September 29th, Last edited by JesperMP; April 13th, at That you have purchased it recently sounds like it is second hand.
Originally Posted by Derick1 I apoligize for the double posting. Have you tried changing the PCs node address? Find More Posts by Derick1.
Yes, the 9-pin D-shell to 8-pin mini-DIN converter can be used for that purpose. The PLC 5 processor I want to communicate with has a round 9 pin connector.
The problem may be electrical. September 9th, Twitter Reddit Digg del. Derick Last edited by Derick1; April 13th, at Find More Posts by hagos.
Thanks for your reply. Click here now to try it. Is it safe to assume that node 66 would be unused? I will check what node address he has his laptop set to. Please read this important info!!!
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