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i am new in plc programming . i know the basics difference between the rs232, rs422, rs485. but i am little bit confused in it. so i have the following question regarding these terms. 1. can these protocols communicate with each other i mean rs232 can communicate with rs422 or rs485 and same. 2. my plc has port rs422 but i can connect it with my laptop serial port which is rs232 ? 3. what are the main important points that kept in mind during communication or cross communications. any help will be greatly appreciated.
sczot posted a topic in MitsubishiHello, is it possible to directly connect two FX3Gs together using only front 422ports without any additional cards? And if it is, can you give me some direction where to search for details? thanks in advance
The topic is based on "How to configure a PCM module in GE PLC". One new query in PCM. To configure this PCM Module some procedure is to be followed in CMD prompt. Initially once ''READY'' line displayed. Query to this topic is if ''READY'' line repeats below persistently in CMD prompt, then solution is ______????
GuyB posted a topic in Other PLCsHey Guys,i'm working on implementing the master side of a custom serial master-slave protocol between a B&R PLC and an electronic card.As part of the data i'm sending and receiving is used to close various loops(e.g. cascaded temperature control where the temperature sensors and actuators are connected to the electronic card) , but other data is not as usefull (e.g. various data used for display or at specific times), i believe i will also need to implement some sort of priority mechanism.my first question is - based on your experience - how would the general master side SW architecture look like? (for example - the send side of mine is comprised of 3 tasks all running under the same cycle - lower level task in charge of opening the port, sending the data etc, a mid level task in charge of creating the packet based on command from upper level, giving commands to lower level and using status from it to continue and finally - an upper level task in charge of deciding which messages to send).my second question is - how would you implement the priority mechanism?thanks