Re: Pick R83 serial connection (newbie)
- From: "Jeffrey Kaufman" <jkaufman@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2007 02:14:23 GMT
Mark is correct.
You need a null modem in order to cross pins 2 & 3 (send and receive).
Use the Accuterm connection wizard to create and open a session. The serial
defaults should work. You may need to play with the comm port and the baud rate.
"Mark Brown" <mbrown@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
First things first, though not necessarily in that order.
What kind of Pick Machine? What release if you know? What kinds of machinery
are you trying to connect?
If this is a relatively "new" system, with D3 or jBase or one of the other
flavors of pick, and if Accuterm is running on the same box, you may not need
any cable at all. In this case, use the connection wizard and select TELNET.
When it asks for a server, tell it LOCALHOST. That should get you connected.
If you are connecting two computers, one with pick and the other with a PC
running Accuterm, you will probably need a "twisted cable" or a "null modem"
because you will be connecting a comm port to a comm port and they both are
DCE connections. One needs to be DTE.
More information will get you better answers. There are a lot of people here
who have done exactly this and can help in more detail, once they know exactly
what you need.
<raphaelx@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I have a simple question, how do I setup the pick machine to be
broadcassting anything over the serial cable?
Actually I can't tell that anything is connected to anything.
So right now the very first is what is it that I do to get the things
I have accuterm loaded, I 've got a 9 pin to 25 pin connected (25 on
Is there a Pick command I need to issue on the host? Is there a
capture mode I need to initiate?
Please let me know. Thanks.
Should I use another terminal emulator?
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