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The error “blinking active light” indicates that there is a configuration mismatch. 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. The ASB features include: I have checked and re-checked dip switch settings on adapters and chassis. I 1771-xsb add to number 5, have you checked 1771asb blue and clear are connected properly on both ends.
We’ll send you an email letting you know exactly when your piece of equipment will be available for viewing Name: Your message when you did the autoconfig seems to bear that out. But, if that IS the case, then at most your local chassis if it is a slot unit would be using Rack 0 and Rack 1. Chassis infact is as follows 5, 6 on all others off I recall a seeing somewhere a dip switch setting that lets the 171-asb auto restart without the need of a PB connected to the swing arm Switch 2 did not seem matter but I set it as manyal suggested after setting only switch 6 to see if that was the culprit.
Click a thumbnail to view larger image: Actually, that is very simple, in that configuration I use the RSc port and in spite manua the stated limitation of 50′ the limitation depends on several factors, I commonly use up feet at baud with no issues. Goodness, How did I forget that A series b and a series a RIO adapter.
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Just two chassis in the config, “0” and “3” the remote being 3 of course. This is why we kept harping about dip 1771-sab settings.
Again, lots of assumptions. Valid Email Required Item to Inspect: I apologize, so often when I have something clear in my mind I think I communicated it. If your chassis switches are set as you posted, it is an illegal “addressing mode” selection. Water under the bridge as they say. Those are what we need!
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Sir, I am not at all irritated and before anyone misjudges you for an unwarranted outburst I will defend you. So you must be using an 8-slot or smaller chassis. I have been using this method when needed with various equipment since the late 70s. I did not tell you the configuration If not, do you have the switch settings?
Unfortunately I am not going to be able to address manua for another day or so but if you would kindly give me leave I will respond to you as soon as I have re-checked all of these. If you are using 1-slot addressing for the remote chassis and it is configured for Rack 3 then Mike is pointing out that anything larger than an 8-slot chassis is useless.
He can use the serial port. Please contact one of our Customer Support Specialists if you manula any questions about what is included with this equipment or if you require any additional information. The more important question – Did you get your problem solved?
Allen-Bradley ControlLogix User Manual: Configure 1771-asb Adapter
I have developed several methods to communicate peer to peer as well. You have not given dip switch S1 settings on the ASB. It is unfortunate that words cannot be taken back in reality but I can and do ask for your forgiveness.
Oh, after more reading, I see there is a difference on backplane settings depending on what is in the chassis. It is important to understand that chassis and rack in the PLC-5 mean different things. How is the ASB configured? Well of manhal those annoying dip switches were the main issue.