You bring up another good point, you also have to consider what the cable is anchored to! Man, thats hilarious, id hate to be those techs. Honestly for price difference I would go with a ser A unless I am missing something. Data highway is a much faster way then using the serial inerface, and is my best preference for use on a SLC. I did the usual tech support thing and calmly tried to walk the guy through how to properly plug the cable into the card. You should probably use the series B just make sure you get series B cables.
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I brxdley looking at purchasing one and was going to post a message but I see someone already did. So I get an angry call from a customer one day. Honestly for price difference I would go with a ser A unless I am missing something.
Where did this bizarre thing come from?!?! The other differences are the style of cable connector and the internal design of the card.
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Posted 19 Apr Srries bring up another good point, you also have to consider what the cable is anchored to! Register a new account.
I did the usual tech support thing and calmly tried to walk the guy through how to properly plug the cable into the card. Can you tell I’m a bit partial to Panasonic Toughbooks?
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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. We seem to no longer have boxes labelled “Series A” anymore and now have “Series B”.
I’ve had mixed results in NT 4. Started serjes gking18 Apr I have been connecting via a null modem cable and using the aic seriex driver in linx. The series B is a bit “CardBus” card.
Also what is the difference between the A and B card? Data highway is a much faster way then using the serial inerface, and is my best preference for use on a SLC.
The difference between the A and the B card is the A card will only support data highway at 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: If aleln were me, I would look for a series A with cables on eBay. I was on the phone almost daily with Rockwell at the main and local offices for various reasons.
So when he got there, we asked to see his card and cable. Miraculously, I’ve been able to carefully dig the chunks out of the card both times, so the card has survived. seriee
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Man, thats hilarious, id hate to be those techs. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
You should probably use the series B just make sure you get series B cables. The worst case scenario would be that your notebook isn’t compatible with the series A.
He said he was coming down to the office and demanded to see me and my boss.
Posted 20 Apr Sign up for a new account in our community. They upgraded the card’s architecture to maintain compatibility with future notebooks. Posted 18 Apr I was going to add a comment about that little dovetail allwn, if noone else did.
It was a crapshoot whether it would work at all or not with just about every notebook that came out.