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Remote PLC Connection
How do I connect to an Allen Bradley PLC using a US Robotics Modem?
Posted: 26 Dec 02
Use these settings in the PLC for SLC 5/03 or MICRO1500 LRP channel 0 configuration:
Current communication mode = SYSTEM
System mode driver = DF1 FULL-DUPLEX
User mode driver = ASCII
CH 0 SYSTEM CONFIG
BAUD = 9600
STOP = 1
Duplicate detect = unchecked
Ack time out = 150
SRC DEC ID = 9
Control line = Full-Duplex modem
Parity = none
Error detect = BCC
Nak retries = 3
Enq retries = 3
Embedded responses = Auto-detect
Start RS Linx
Click on Configure Driver
Select RS232 DF1 Devices
Click ADD NEW
Rename it to:
Set COM port to MODEM port (usually COM1)
Set Device = SLC-CH0/Micro/Panelview
Set Baud Rate = 9600
Set Station Number = 0
Set Parity = NONE
Set Error Checking = BCC
Set Stop Bits = 1
Click check mark:
USE MODEM DIALER
Click on Configure Dialer
Add a phone number in ADDRESS BOOK
Click OK should DIAL
Also when finished HIGHLIGHT driver
then click on STARTUP
Set Startup to MANUAL
STRINGS to SEND TO USR MODEM
****Send these first in HyperTerminal
****Then send these NEXT in HyperTerminal
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