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vrf RS-232 control of power controller

Question asked by VRFuser on Sep 24, 1999
Do you need to receive an acknowledgement after each command? Maybe that's
why you need to send commands twice. I worked with a controller that read a
byte and echoed it back and I seem to remember similar problems then.

-Andy Kronquist
Outboard Marine Corp.


----- Original Message -----
From: Cornelius, Hal (RPI) <CorneliusHE@navair.navy.mil>
To: <vrf@lvld.hp.com>
Sent: Friday, September 24, 1999 4:23 PM
Subject: vrf RS-232 control of power controller


> I am trying to control a Pulizzi Intelligent Power Controller over RS-232.
> Has anyone used this system before?  I am having to send the command twice
> before I get a response.
>
> Hal Cornelius
> Research Planning Inc
> China Lake. Ca.
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