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Need to replace a Molex® SST™ module? We can help

Need to replace a Molex® SST™ module? We can help!Many SST products are going obsolete. ProSoft has a list of replacement products that could help, and we offer unlimited tech support for our solutions.Check out the product list here, and call your regional tech support team to f...

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How to get your Industrial Hotspots to link

Follow the simple steps to get your radios to link with the document attached....

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Transferring Module Configuration over a Serial Port

It can be difficult at times to get USB-to-serial adapters working properly. They are not an ideal replacement for proper DB-9 ports as found on older computers. Even modern computers that do have DB-9 ports can have issues. The issue is that USB-to-serial adapters (and most DB-9...

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Do ProSoft CompactLogix modules work with the new CompactLogix processors?

The requirements for Prosoft's CompactLogix InRAx modules are: * 1769 I/O bus * 450-800ma @5v from the bus, depending on the MVI module* Placement within 2-4 slots of a CompactLogix power supply, depending on the MVI moduleThe power and Distance Rating (proximity to power supply)...

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What Ethernet ports are required for Prosoft PLC modules and gateways?

Prosoft gateways and in-chassis PLC modules which are configured via Ethernet use UDP port 50000 for discovery and UDP port 3000 for configuration and online diagnostics.Web based services for products including AN-X2 and Fieldserver gateways require TCP port 80Some of the more c...

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How do I convert an integer to floating point and vice versa in a Rockwell Controller?

The database addresses of all ProSoft modules and gateways consist of 16 bit integers.  Therefore when dealing with 32 bit floating point data, or REAL values, they are stored as two consecutive 16 bit integers. Converting from Integers into FloatsIn all versions of RS...

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IP Addresses not showing up in the Radio Discovery Tool

Make sure you connect to your radio with an Ethernet cable (Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6, etc) either directly or through a switch. *Radio's have auto detect port so straight-through or crossover are fine. Make sure that any firewalls including the Windows firewall are turned OFF.**When us...

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