Sign in Already have an account? Posted 20 Apr I have been doing too much driver and cable swapping. We seem to no longer have boxes labelled “Series A” anymore and now have “Series B”. I am looking at purchasing one and was going to post a message but I see someone already did. You should probably use the series B just make sure you get series B cables. In the late 90s, notebooks were coming out that didn’t support the 8-bit cards.
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I am looking at purchasing one and was going to post a message but I see someone already did.
You bring up another good point, you also have to consider what the cable is anchored to! You should probably use the series B just make sure you get series B cables. I need some help!!
I’ve got kind of a funny story about PCMKs. He said he was coming down to the office and demanded to see me and my boss. Don’t know much about 2K or XP. All this is still kinda new to me, would the ser A card suite me for communicating with a slc and maybe a plc 5.
PLC Hardware – Allen Bradley PCMK Series A, Used in a PLCH Packaging
They upgraded the card’s architecture to maintain compatibility with future notebooks. It is very slow and I have to connect to a panelview the is on a Rio with this SLc. I have been connecting via a null modem cable and using the aic net driver in linx.
Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Where did this bizarre thing come from?!?!
I have been doing too much driver and cable swapping. So I get an angry call from a customer one day. Man, thats hilarious, id hate to be those techs.
Sign In Sign Up. I was going to add a comment about that little dovetail slide, if noone else did. Allem by gking18 Apr Posted 19 Apr If you know someone with a series A card, maybe you can persuade them to let you try it out before you buy one.
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I’ve had mixed results in NT 4.
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Honestly for price difference I would go with a ser A unless I am missing something. Posted 20 Apr If it alpen me, I would look for a series A with cables on eBay. In the late 90s, notebooks were coming out that didn’t support the 8-bit cards.
Is the speed difference the only major issues between the cards? They work great with Panasonic CF25, 27, 71, and 72s.
Also what is the difference between the A and B card? Sign in Already have an account?
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Of course if you had a Panasonic you’d be more worried about chipping the concrete than damaging the notebook, but I guess I covered that elsewhere: So when he got there, we asked to see his card and cable. We seem to no longer have boxes labelled “Series A” anymore and now have “Series B”. I did the usual tech support thing and calmly tried bradleg walk the guy through how to properly plug the cable into the card.