1747-UIC USB SERIAL DRIVER
Any Condition Any Condition. Skip to main content. Trending Price New. The led’s showed that all was well, yet nothing showed up in rswho. Sure would like to get this figured out. I have the latest RSLinx 2.
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I believe I’ve reviewed all of 1747-jic other threads on this site and have tried all of the possible fixes posted. On the monday I tried it on the laptop again. I verified the port settings first by connecting to the with a standard RS port then set the UIC driver settings to the same.
UIC frustration [Text] – – Interactive Q & A
Sure would like to get this figured out. Shahn4, if you read the driver notes carefully, AB states that the auto-config does not work with the UIC. Ratings and Reviews Write a review. And that is exactly what I have displayed in the RSwho window. Anyone have similar problems? Originally posted by mordred instead I used a standard jsb 5 cable off the UIC.
The other controls guy is a employee in the same company, different location. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.
Have you tried auto config in RS Linx. Originally posted by mordred I wouldn’t give it away as its the only one I found that works on the rs connections.
Device is a little bit bulkier than the real UIC but also comes with much longer cables. I then tried comm 10, and all was well!
However later on I had lost my harddrive so after the repairs I reinstalled the latest RSlinx version. The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. I hope anyone else having the same problem will benefit 1747-uiv this knowledge.
Originally posted by mordred On RS linx it should show a computer screen entitled 00 uic. Were you able to get past it? I wonder if that was fixed in the later versions of RS linx. Follow the link above and check it out.
Allen-Bradley 1747-UIC (1747-UIC) Interface Module
usn The other combo that does not work properly or as stated in the manual is using usv cp3 cable on rthe db9 connector to a SLC Originally posted by lanman When our shop purchased a UIC, I couldn’t get it to work on my toshiba laptop.
Originally posted by mmw The last one I saw and ran quickly away from was in a power tool manufacturing facility in Arkansas At least with the DFI protocol.
Yes, I’ve tried it on a Micrologix and ; no luck. I’d have a hell of a aerial getting back up to speed; I’d just tell them to call AB. Both the laptops are Toshibas.
The drivers are provided with the UIC product. I guess I can get a hold of the local AB rep but a lot of times they don’t have the answer either.
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I wouldn’t give it away as its the only one I seriap that works on the rs connections. I think it more likely that there is some incompatability somewhere in the driver. Guess I better try AB. In every case, it didn’t work until I changed the comm port to 10 or above.
This was the only way I was able to succesfully change the station number. Thanks for the replys.