Success!!! The JP23 was between pins 2 and 3. I ve changed it to 1 and 2,. First time around it didn t make any difference, but I took cbus power off theMessage 1 of 21 , Dec 2 4:25 AMView Source
The JP23 was between pins 2 and 3. I’ve changed it to 1 and 2,. First time around it didn’t make any difference, but I took cbus power off the PCI and then re-powered up. Now everything is synching and the cbus page says ‘Running ok’. There are a few things I’ll have to check out (eg some of the lights are alternating between yellow and red every time a page is updated (lights are on all the time) and there are some weird lighting effects – but these are probably due to my programming which had tons of debug stuff in.
So problem is solved. Many thanks for your help and patience!
The below is correct - they could alternatively be on 3,4 and 5 - it is the same thing. (when using a C-Bus PCI RS232 interface)
In addition there should be a jumper on JP23 between 1 and 2.
There are 4 other jumpers for the HV serial port (porrt C) but those seem OK
On 01/12/2012 08:54, Ben Wilkinson wrote:
I doubt that I’ve changed the jumpers, but I thought I should check them also. This is JP5 with 6 header possibilities. From the RHS (with pin 1 on LHS), jumpers are at pins 2, 3 and 4, with the jumpers on the pairs of pins further away from the socket. Is this correct?
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