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Why do I have a yellow question mark in the RSWho window or in RSNetworx for my Flex module?
Viewed 1 times since Tue, Nov 28, 2006
The following EDS file is designed for modules using 8 words input and 7 words output which is the case for all ProSoft MVI94 products. If you are writing your own C application using the MVI94-ADM module, then different I/O configurations can be... Read More
FlexI/O adapter compatibility for MVI94-GSC
Viewed 1 times since Tue, Nov 28, 2006
Tested through 1794-ACN15 to ControlNet - Yes Tested through 1794-ADN to DeviceNet - Yes Not tested through 1794-AENT to Ethernet/IP Not tested through 1794-ASB to RIO Read More
Can I use the MVI94 modules with a FlexLogix processor?
Viewed 1 times since Tue, Nov 28, 2006
Yes. The FlexLogix line of processor can be used to control the ProSoft MVI94 modules. Read More
Does the MVI94 module come supplied with a base unit?
Viewed 1 times since Tue, Nov 28, 2006
Yes, the module is supplied with the Flex I/O base unit. Related Keywords: mvi94-dfcm mvi94-mcm mvi94-adm mvi94-dos mvi94-ascii1 mvi94-gsc Read More
Which of your products support RS-485 serial protocols?
Viewed 1 times since Wed, Feb 6, 2008
Almost all ProSoft solutions for serial based protocols support RS-232C, RS-485 and RS-422 electrical interface types, but equally important is the 'language' or application layer protocol needed for your application. ProSoft... Read More
The MiniDIN8-to-DB9 adapter cables provided with MVI94 solutions have a 'disconnect-safe spring' feature. What does this mean?
Viewed 1 times since Wed, Mar 19, 2008
The MiniDIN8-to-DB9M adapter cables provided with MVI94 solutions have a 'disconnect-safe spring' mechanism built into the Mini-DIN connector.  This means you have to grab the connector and pull back the spring before the... Read More
How can I determine what hardware BIOS is installed on my MVI94?
Viewed 1 times since Fri, Feb 8, 2008
Please use the following procedure: 1 - Power down the MVI94. 2 - Remove it from the base. 3 - Place the Setup jumper to short both pins, as shown in the diagram on the side of the module. 4 - Re-install it into the base; but do not power it up... Read More