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Switch Setting; Station Address Setting Switch; Stn-Hstn-L - Toshiba TC-net 100 Instruction Manual

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Chapter 3 Setting
3.1

Switch Setting

The switches that determine the operation mode and station address are
on the front panel of the TN8 module.
The method to set the switches is shown below.
• Set the switches that determine the operation mode and station address of the TN8 module
3.1.1 Station address setting switch (STN-H, STN-L)
The station address setting switches are hexadecimal rotary switches that
determines the station address on the TC-net 100 network.
For setting of the IP address, refer to "3.2 Network parameter setting."
Set the station address (1 to 254) that has been assigned upon system
configuration in a HEX code. Assign an address with a different value to
each of the nodes in the system.
Table 3-1 shows the setting of a station address.
• For setting, use a small slotted screwdriver.
Set the station address in hexadecimal.
For example, if the address value is 28, it is '1C' (h) when converted to
hexadecimal. Therefore, set as follows:
STN-H side: '1'
STN-L side: 'C'
For decimal-hexadecimal conversion, refer to "Appendix D
Decimal-hexadecimal conversion table."
• Be careful so that the address does not overlap with other nodes.
16
6F8C1360
Important
before turning the power on.
Table 3-1 Station address setting
Name
STN-H
STN-L
(Note) (h) indicates hexadecimal.
Remark
Note
Description
Setting range : 01 to FE(h)
STN-H(upper digit address): 0 to F(h)
STN-L(lower digit address): 0 to F(h)

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