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That’s 1771-ab, the one chassis could be using up to 4 racks. The OP provides minimal to no information, and gets a irritated when valid questions are asked.
Even though I don’t have a memory module in the PLC, I apologize, so often when I have something clear in my mind I think I communicated it. Also double check the chassis dip switches. We appreciate your interest in using our InstraView website!
How are the local chassis dip switches configured? Lets finish the thread to make it helpful for those that come after us. He can use the serial port. The more important question – Did you get your problem solved? InstraView Request Form To get started: For now I have one output contact module in the last slot of the remote rack 3 – 1 slot addressing I punched in in the output image table word o: To this issue, Point to Point RS communication at baud is not at all slow with these processors for no more data than is being transfered.
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It is unfortunate that words cannot be taken back in reality but I can and do ask for your forgiveness. You have not given dip switch S1 settings on the ASB.
Its been a long time since I did PLC-5 RIO Since you mention that you are using rack 3 with 1 slot addressing, that indicates the chassis is a 8 slot chassis – Is this correct? Please contact one of our Customer Support Specialists if you have any questions about what is included with this equipment or if you require any additional information. Unfortunately the only way to get the switch settings on the remote chassis is to remove power and pull out the adapter.
Switch 6 was the problem The flashing you describe does typically mean you are not in Run mode. Again, an assumption since we don’t know.
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Both adapters Active and Fault lights come on briefly when powering up then go off. Tell us your switch settings. After I re-read my initial response to you I realized my choice of phrasing sounded a bit offensive so I deleted that comment but unfortunately not before you saw it.
Chances are your PLC-5 chassis is using Rack 0, but 1771-asg could actually be 1771-asg also be using 1, 2, and 3. The error “blinking active light” indicates that there is a configuration mismatch.
1771 ASB Module
Water under the bridge as they say. But, with the PLC-5, we really don’t need your program. Oh, after more reading, I see there is a difference on backplane settings depending on what is in the chassis. Switch 2 did not seem matter but I set it as you suggested after setting only switch 6 to see if that was the culprit.
What cable are you using, did 1771a-sb properly terminate it? It was configured correctly. S2 switches 2,3,4 should be off on the ASB and switch 1 should be on Well, what if you were able to see a piece of equipment before you purchased it? Let me take a stab at this Does not matter which adapter I try with either processor.