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Bee Master last won the day on September 5 2012

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  1. He is able to load the OS without issue. He only is getting hung up during the program download. We provided him with the USB adapter that we use so that should not be an issue. We are going to try to diagnose his laptop as this is the only thing that we have not provided. I will let you know if we find anything.
  2. We have a customer in the field that has been unable to download a .dvi file into a V280 using Remote Access on a Windows XP laptop. He has stable communication to the control to the point that he is able to poll information and can go online with the V280. During the download it skips a large portion of the send project topics and then repeatedly attempts to download flash and memory and never completes the download. He has let the download run for up to an hour before he shuts Remote Access down using the task manager. This has happened on numerous V280 panels and the customer is beginning to get frustrated that we can not provide a program update that does not require a lot of pain and suffering. Has anyone else experienced this type of issue and if so what was the solution. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Thank you for your suggestions. I was finally able to get the communication working. What I found was all my panels that shared a Class C addresses could communicate together without an issue. The panels that had Class B addresses would not communicate. What I had to do was connect the socket to the panel I wanted to talk to and then disconnect the socket and and reconnect it to the next panel I wanted to communicate to. Kind of a pain and probably not the best method but it works.
  4. I am currently working on a project that connects 10 seperate controlers through Modbus IP. This is in a large office building and so the network administrator has provided me with static IP addresses for all the panels that vary depending on what part of the building they are in and what switch they are connected to (ie. 163.194.232.61, 163.194.239.15 etc..). I am able to connect with every panel through Remote Access but my master panel is unable to connect through Modbus IP. I am not a networking guy so I am probably missing something simple. In Modbus IP what is the proper way to set up communications. Does the default gateway value need to match on all the panels or is there something else I am missing?
  5. Theoretically clicking on the blue button to select the next operand will work however I find that specifying a specific bit will prevent possible issues. I am not saying one way or the other is better. I had an instructor that was dead set in his ways, but I found a better way and by the end of the class was teaching the others how it worked. Try to keep like bits together to achieve maximum clarity and in theory will work much better in the end.
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