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Rockwell Automation 1771-ASB/E Remote I/O Adapter User Manual User Manual
Looking at these times they start bluring It is unfortunate that words cannot be taken back in reality but I can and do ask for your forgiveness. Lets finish the thread to make it helpful for those that come after us. We appreciate your interest in using our InstraView website! We’ll send you an email letting you know exactly when your piece of equipment will be available for viewing Name: We know there are plenty of differences when it comes to used equipment and quite often, choosing between 1771-sb pieces is difficult, especially when the equipment is not sitting right in front of you.
Well, what if you were able to see a piece of equipment before you purchased it? Must be missing a dip manuak setting but could use help finding out which one s I thank you in advance. Not just a picture from the manufacturer’s manhal, but the actual piece of equipment you would receive. Well of course those annoying dip switches were the main issue.
The ASB features include: Switch 6 was the problem You have not given dip switch S1 settings on the ASB. Actually, that is very simple, in that configuration I use the RSc port and in spite manuzl the stated limitation of 50′ the limitation depends on several factors, I commonly use up feet at baud with no issues. Ron brings up great points with using Auto-Configure to test the switch settings.
Let me take a stab at this I will see about putting up a small test routine to assist you with helping me if we first determine that the dip switches are properly set.
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He can use the serial port. We need the DIP switch settings all of them and the chassis sizes. You still have not provided any of the key information: To this issue, Point to Point RS communication at baud is not at mabual slow with these processors for no more data than is being transfered. Beaufort, Thank you very much for your constructive suggestions. You can zoom in close to see the labels with the serial number or zoom out to see the overall condition of the equipment. Buying used equipment doesn’t always have to be a shot in the dark.
Would you please include a link to the entire AB Pub for the series B adapter module?
This is why we kept harping about dip switch settings. Page 70 of the publication: I have developed several methods to communicate peer to peer as well.
Then we can have a virtual beer. No outputs turn on of course – So what am I missing. Switch 2 did manuap seem matter but I set it as you suggested after setting only switch 6 to see if that was the culprit.
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One of our friendly Customer Service representatives will be contacting you shortly with information on when the equipment you requested 1771-ab be available for viewing. Again, lots of assumptions. Does not matter which adapter I try with either processor. Learning that the post I replied to was deleted makes me feel better – I thought I was truly becoming a grouchy old man!
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I thought you had original B series manual. Tell us your switch settings.
Manual says switches 4 and 5 set addressing mode. The OP provides minimal to no information, and gets a irritated when valid questions are asked. Then we can point out where the error is. Valid Email Required Item to Inspect: Backplane Current Load at 5V. I will take another look at the switches but posting the entire program certainly is not neccessary. But I think it could also be a configuration issue. Again, an assumption since we don’t know.
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Water under the bridge as they say. How is the ASB configured?