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Old January 19th, 2015, 04:13 PM   #1
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AB CCW: Downloaded UDFB has password??

I'm trying to use a 2080-MOT-HSC (high-speed counter) in a AB Micro850. I downloaded the UDFBs, and imported the function block that would suit my purpose.

As you see in the attached picture, that function block is locked, and I'm prompted to enter a password. ....what the heck! There is something wrong here. I can't import any of the UDFBs without them being protected. Surely someone else has experienced this and can help me figure out what's wrong.

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