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RSLogix 500 sample for MVI69-xxx faults MicroLogix processor
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I/O mismatch the first versions of our MVI69-XXX sample for MicroLogix processors had the wrong vendor ID code defined under the I/O configuration.
Within the RSLogix 500 program change the vendor ID code from 22 to the correct vendor ID code of 309. This will correct the issue with the I/O mismatch between RSLogix 500 and the MVI69-XXX solution.
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