Chapter 3 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.
before turning the power on.
Table 3-1 Station address setting
(Note) (h) indicates hexadecimal.
Setting range : 01 to FE(h)
STN-H(upper digit address): 0 to F(h)
STN-L(lower digit address): 0 to F(h)