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Hello, I have a project connecting some new I/O to a vision 350 through an EX-RC1. The Vision 350 will then transfer some of the data to a Vision 1040 PLC. In the project it will be a EX-RC1 -> IO-AI4-AO2 ->IO-DI16 on one den rail in a panel. I believe all I need is some devicenet cables to connect the EX-RC1 -> Vision350 PLC -> Vision1040 to communicate through CANbus. Would there be any other hardware or items required besides power wires and the programming cable for the 1040 and 350?
Hello everyone, I have a project where I'm supposed to make a machine, using the V570 (and program it with Visilogic 9.8.79 beta). This machine is required to detect the reference numbers of smth else through its RS232 port, run some tests and then print a label that the thing it tested is in a good shape ( that's just a global view about what I'm supposed to do ). Given that I only have the V570, I know that I/O ports must be added, though I'm clueless to what exactly ask for. I did some researches, and found that there are "snap-in" and "I/O expansion modules" that can be added, still I don't get the difference between them. So my questions are : - what are the Snap-In and I/O Expansion Module exactly? when and where do we use each of them? - How do I chose what should I add to my V570 ? - What hardware (other than the V570) should I exactly have for this project ? thank you in advance