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So all you see is the Address and baud rate read out message after you send your message. To solve this problem try the following (when using a scrolling message sign). 1) Verify your connection to the sign (i.e. check and make sure your wires are conne...
Our LED displays are programmed using Windows-based software. Protocol to communicate to the displays is provided for the user to create their own program for communication. Simple ASCII protocol is standard.
The Net Jet Ethernet device (Part Number ED2160) controls our EDV product line of message signs. A .PDF document is available to download that will explain how to find the IP address and change it if needed. Please go to the "Downloads" section of this we...
For changing the baud rate of your sign you must refer to your customer documentation to first see if changing the baud rate is possible. If it is possible you will find instructions on which dipswitch's to change for the desired baud rate. If you need do...
See the attached wiring diagram. It will explain the wiring for most photosensor devices. Our standard LED model requires a 10 to 30VDC, NPN-type transistor, momentary photosensor. When activated, the LED display will count, time or reset.
Our counters and timers require a 5 to 24VDC, PNP input. Typical contacts are momentary, on/off and PLC outputs. Other inputs are available including 110VAC.
Data interface includes three options: RS232, RS485 and Ethernet connections. RS232 is designed for peer to peer communication up to 100 feet away from the driving device. Standard PC's include an RS232 serial output. RS485 is designed to communicate ...
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