In this week's episode of The Automation Show, we take a look at how you add ControlNet Point I/O to a ControlLogix system:
For more information, check out the “Show Notes” located below the video.
The Automation Show, Episode 18 Show Notes:
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- Never seen any controlnet before but it doesn't look too complicated...if you have the right software 😀
Noticed the difference in response time between the two point-IO output cards at the end ethernet vs control net, is this a polling time thing for control net?Hey ,
I'm not seeing the difference in this video?
When I was filming I thought the ControlNet came up much faster than the Ethernet, but don't think I got that on film?