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  Question Posted Date

What is an SSFDC Memory Card?

06/24/2013

What is Analog Resistive Touch Screen Technology?

12/21/2011

What is an A.F50 Alarm?

03/03/2015

What is an A.E7 alarm and how is it cleared?

07/13/2004

What is an A.E5 alarm?

01/22/2002

What is an A.9F alarm?

09/12/2000

What is an A.09 alarm?

12/22/2011

What is a "Multi-Function Digital Input"?

09/13/2012

What is a "DWG" (drawing)?

05/02/2001

What is 2-Wire Control and 3-Wire Control?

07/13/2004

What is +P common

02/13/2013

What information is available for implementing PLCopen "Function Blocks for Motion Control" in the MP2000 series products?

07/24/2013

What if an MP2300 module needs to be replaced? Is the module configuration stored in the main CPU?

12/19/2006

What I/O cable options exist for the NS600?

07/18/2014

What I/O cable options are there for the NS500?

09/21/2004

What I/O cable options are there for the NS300?

09/21/2004

What I/O cable options are there for the MP940?

11/29/2004

What happens when switching to reverse while the motor is rotating forward (FWD=OFF, REV=ON)?

11/28/2005

What happens if the STOP button on the Digital Operator is pressed, while the drive is being controlled remotely by START/STOP circuitry connected to the drives I/O terminal block? Can the drive be restarted locally?

06/07/2007

What happens if a forward command and a reverse command are closed on the terminal block at the same time?

11/28/2005

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