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Rockwell Automation 1771-ASB/E Remote I/O Adapter User Manual User Manual

A series b and a series a RIO adapter. Both adapters Active and Fault lights come on briefly when powering up then go off. Does not matter which adapter I try with either processor. I have checked and re-checked dip switch settings on adapters and chassis.

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Must be missing a dip switch setting but could use help finding out which one s I thank you in advance. He can use the serial port. Actually, that is very simple, in that configuration I use the RSc port and in spite of the stated limitation of 50′ the limitation depends on several factors, I commonly use up feet at baud with no issues. 17711-asb will take another look at the switches but posting the entire program certainly manusl not neccessary.

I will see about putting up a small test routine manuall assist you with helping me if we first determine that the dip switches are properly set. Troubleshooting a machine at baud – would be painful, bring back the ‘s!

Also, let us know the size of the chassis’ local and remote you are using. Very good points Mr. Beaufort, Thank you very much for your constructive suggestions. Unfortunately I am not going to be able to address this for another day or so but 1771-axb you would kindly give me leave I will respond to you as soon as I have re-checked all of these. The OP provides minimal to no information, and gets a irritated when valid questions are asked.

You still have not provided any of the key information: What size is the local chassis?

How are the local chassis dip switches configured? How was the remote chassis 1771-axb configured? How is the ASB configured? What cable are you using, did you properly terminate it? To this issue, Point to Point RS communication at baud is not at all slow with these processors for no more data than is being transfered.

I could use but it is not neccessary.

I have been using this method when needed with various equipment since the late 70s. I have developed several methods to communicate peer to peer as well. But Please– Let us stay On Topic from this point further. Ron brings up great points with using Auto-Configure to test the switch settings. But, with the PLC-5, we really don’t need your program.

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We need the DIP switch settings all of them and the chassis sizes. From that, we can tell if you have addressing overlap or other issues. Having the program might help us identify how the local chassis is addressed but it doesn’t do much more than mznual. Unfortunately the only way to get the switch settings on the remote chassis is to remove power and pull out the adapter. Don’t forget the DIP switches on the remote chassis too.

Those are what we need! I would add to number 5, have you checked that blue and clear are connected properly on both ends. Sir, I am not at all irritated and before anyone misjudges you for an unwarranted outburst I will defend you. After I re-read my initial response to you I realized my choice of phrasing sounded a bit offensive so I deleted that comment but unfortunately mqnual before you saw it.

I have been watching and reading various posts on this board for several years and have appreciated your and everyone else’s unselfish contributions and time sacrifice to help others. It is unfortunate that words cannot be taken back in reality but I can and do ask for your forgiveness.

Maunal that the post I replied to was deleted makes me feel better – I thought I was truly becoming a grouchy old man! Water under the bridge as they say. The more important question – Did you get your problem solved?

If not, do you have the switch settings? Lets finish the thread to make it helpful for those that come after us. Then we can have maunal virtual beer. Well of course those annoying dip switches were the main issue. Just two chassis in the config, “0” and “3” the remote being 3 of course. For now I have one output contact module in the last slot of the remote rack 3 – 1 slot addressing I punched in in the output image table word o: No outputs turn on of course – So what am I missing.

The active light blinking usually indicates that the processor is in either program or test mode. But I think it could also be a configuration issue. Its been a long time since I did PLC-5 RIO Since you mention that you are using rack 3 with 1 slot addressing, that indicates the chassis is a 8 slot chassis – Is this correct? 177-1asb

It is important to understand that chassis and rack in the PLC-5 mean different things. Chances are your PLC-5 chassis is using Rack 0, but it could actually be using also be using 1, 2, and 3.

That’s right, the one chassis could be using up to 4 racks. This is why we kept harping about dip switch settings. You mention 1-slot addressing for the remote chassis so we can assume that the local chassis is also 1-sot.

But we are risking things making that assumption. But, if that IS the case, then at most your local chassis if it is a slot unit would be using Rack 0 and Rack 1. Again, lots of assumptions. If you are using 1-slot addressing for the remote chassis and it is configured for Rack 3 then Mike is pointing out that anything larger than an 8-slot chassis is useless. So you must be using an 8-slot or smaller chassis. Again, an assumption since we don’t know.

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The flashing you describe does typically mean you are not in Run mode. Your message when you did the autoconfig seems to bear that out.

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Tell us your switch settings. Then we can point out where the error is. Since you mention that you are using rack 3 with 1 slot addressing, that majual the chassis is a 8 slot chassis – Is this correct? I apologize, so often when I have something clear in my mind I think I communicated it.

I did not tell you the configuration The error “blinking active light” indicates that there is a configuration mismatch. You have not given dip switch S1 settings on the ASB. S2 switches 2,3,4 should be off on the ASB and switch 1 should be on Goodness, How did I forget that Also double check the chassis nanual switches.

Looking at these times they start bluring Chassis 1771-asn is as follows 5, 6 on all others off I recall a seeing somewhere a dip switch setting that lets the remote auto restart without the need of a PB connected to the swing arm Would you please include a link to the entire AB Pub for the series B adapter module? See link, appendix’s show the differences between series. I thought you had original B series manual. Can’t expext help if I give inacurate info. Sorry My eyesight is not very good anymore looking at these switches, Double Checking, The Asb Switches are set as follows: Let me take a stab at this Page 70 of the publication: SW2 ON allows the processor to restart the chassis If your chassis switches are set as you posted, it is an illegal “addressing mode” selection.

Manual says switches 4 and 5 set addressing mode. It was configured correctly. Switch 6 was the problem Switch 2 did not seem matter but I set it as you suggested after setting only switch 6 to see if that was the culprit. Even though I don’t have a memory module in the PLC, Manual leaves much to 1771-aeb desired Thanks for jumping in.

Oh, after more reading, I see there is a difference on backplane settings depending on what is in the chassis. That bit me, Thanks again Caspian.