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Old February 13th, 2018, 02:43 PM   #1
Jacqies
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PCWORX and Phoenix Contact RS232

Good day,
Does anybody have experience with PCWorx and Phoenix Contact PLC's?
I need to communicate with a RS UNI 2688666 card with RS232. I have it connected to a AXC1050 2700988 CPU.
Do I use PDI_read and PDI_write or rather COM_RCV COM_SND and if so how do I setup the blocks?

...........Found some other blocks just now that propably makes more sense. RS232_SEND and RECEIVE

I have some data I want to send and read from a PC via RS232.
Thanks in advance
Jacques

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