One of our friendly Customer Service representatives will be contacting you shortly with information on when the equipment you requested will be available for viewing. Not sure if is the same problem I had a couple weeks ago but the cable I was using had a bad connection, thankfully on the DIN end. One thing I noticed is that by assigning linx as node 1 or node 2 etc, the processor seems to be recognized longer than with linx at node 0. I mis-spoke in my previous post when I said DB-9 serial. Thank you for submitting your InstraView Request!

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I don’t think it is a cable problem because it connects with others just fine. I did change the config to PCMK in the driver.

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Are you sure the DB-9 port alpen serial. I have found this to work well with AB devices. What models are the other PLC-5’s that you are connecting to successfully. The only thing I can think of is that I might have a flaky processor.

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Started by rraley22 Nov Stock Quick Quote. Valid Email Required Item to Inspect: The A will only communnication at In reference to guys using node 0 for processor, I ran into a PLC this morning that was as such.

Maybe I am misunderstanding what you mean.

Posted 6 Dec I have a that I am trying to upload processor image. I have never seen it happen before but could it cause time outs on the network while communicating with the processor. Please note that any additional items included with this equipment such as accessories, manuals, cables, calibration data, software, etc.



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Posted 23 Nov As far as it being the cable I can connect with several other bdadley with no issues. Edited 13 Dec by TechJunki. Register a new account.

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