Re: [foxboro] FBM204 failed to be recognized by system

Did you try delete and undelete?
Did you try to delete the FBM in the CP60_ECB and create it again?

If you created the FBM ECB's long time before you physically entered the fbms 
it might be necessary to re-create them

Rgds,

Dirk
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Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 2:49 PM
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Subject: Re: [foxboro] FBM204 failed to be recognized by system

I am sure we have set the

IOMOPT = 1
IOM_ID
SCI=3/SCO=3

etc. correctly.

Thanks for your precious time and reply.

于 2012-1-18 16:29, Dirk Pauwels 写道:
>
> Q1: If your FBM is online and on scan it should be ok I guess
> Q2: not that I know off, we have plenty of them and can't remember we 
> had problems during install
> Q3: Did you enter the IOM_ID and point nr?
> IOMOPT = 1?
> Did you enter the SCI=3/SCO=3?
>
> Rgds,
> Dirk
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:foxboro-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jason.LJZ
> Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 11:28 AM
> To: foxboro@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [foxboro] FBM204 failed to be recognized by system
>
> Dear all,
>
> I just ran into a problem: we need to add a FBM204 to our system, which is 
> I/A 7.0 with 4 pairs CP60 and six AW51/WP51(Sun Blade 150) stations.
>
> Before we added the FBM204, the system has no other FBM204 installed. We 
> added a ECB2 and configured it as HWTYPE=204, SWTYPE=2. AIN and AOUT were 
> added and configured.
>
> The status of ECB2 was ONLINE and ON_SCAN.
>
> The problem is when we checked the AIN and AOUT block, the AIN block was 
> indicated as BAD I/O even the transmitter outside worked normally. When we 
> set output of AOUT as 50%, no milliampere can be measured.
>
> We also added a FBM241C to our system, and it works fine once it was added.
> The difference is there are FBM241C already used in system.
>
> My question is:
>
> 1. Does it matter that there are same type FBM already installed in system? 
> So the newly added modules can be recognized by system?
>
> 2. Is there any thing special about adding FBM204 to system?
>
> 3. What can I do to probably solve the problem?
>
> Thanks in advance for your precious time for reading this and any help is 
> appreciated.
>
>
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