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Old November 15th, 2017, 10:16 AM   #1
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Hi,

i have both a ML1400 and a ML1500 and i would like to make a network using DH485. The ML1500 Will be the main plc with the program and i would like to use the ML1400 to just store the recipie data that the 1500 will need. This has come about due to full memory on the 1500 hence now i have 2.

I understand that the MSG function need to be used but i am not sure how it is used, can anyone help me please?

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