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Old January 9th, 2008, 07:38 PM   #1
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PowerFlex 70 EC on ControlNet

Hi All,

I want to add a PF70 EC drive to a CNET network with a 1756-L1 CPU (Ver 13.xx). When I add the drive to the ControlNet network, there is not a selection available for the EC drive only the standard. I am using RSL5000 V13.04 and have downloaded and installed the latest drive profiles. They do not seem to include the PF70 EC. To add a little twist, if I use a L55 V34 16.xx the PF70 EC profile is present.

I can get it to work by using the standard profile and disabling the keying.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance
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