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Old August 28th, 2006, 04:58 AM   #1
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Load Sharing

I am currently commissioning a system of DC drives that I would like to have load sharing capabilities. I am using a L63 ControlLogix controller, controlnet as my communications medium and AB 1395 DC drives. I am looking to create a simple load sharing scheme using ladder logic and RS Logix 5000 to accomplish this. Is there a generic load sharing scheme I can cut and paste into my program, or any simple methods of achieving load sharing through ladder programing??
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