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  • non-Sequence Baud Rate for RS485 on DL06

    I am using a DL06 Secondary Commport set for non-sequence ASCII with RS-485 4 wire. I am communicating with a single RS485 ASCII device.
    Everthing works great at 9600 baud, send/receive no issues. Any other speed seems to cause a fault with my slave device even though it communicates with my PC at higher baud rates.

    My Question is: Is the DL06 RS485 non-sequence (ASCII) limited to 9600 baud, or is this worth pursuing further? Any suggestions on what to look at if higher bauds are available?

    Thanks in advance!


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    If you are sending and receiving program the other device for a longer wait time before responding. Their response may be treading on the Xmt->Rcv turn around.
    thePLCguy

    Bernie

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    • #3
      Works great now up to 38400. I think it may have been due to a timing issue in my ladder logic. It works without and with a response delay on my slave device.
      Thanks for the input.

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