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ACE2005 "DN" table

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07-27-2004 07:35 AM
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Posted by: jschauer
Date: Jul/26/04 - 19:58 (GMT)
In looking at the DN table (of the default_cat.mdb) supplied w/ ACE2005, it appears that there are a number of redundant PLC I/O module entries to that contained in the PLCIO table. One Example: In the DN table, for the "Type" = I/O, "Manufacturer" = AB, "Catalog" = 1794-* Flex I/O Series.
I am under the impression that this (DN) table is dedicated for miscellaneous PLC "Data Network" (is that what the DN stands for?) components such as I/O cables, racks, module terminal blocks, etc., but it is not clear as to why some of the I/O module records are duplicated here. Any insight appreciated.
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Re: ACE2005 "DN" table

08-23-2004 11:23 AM in reply to: jschauer
I could not figure out what DN stood for ethier, I think it stands for "Distribution Networks" kind of like the DB which stands for "Distribution Blocks"

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Re: ACE2005 "DN" table

08-24-2004 06:33 AM in reply to: jschauer
Thanks for the input Dave...

Can any ACADE rep. at Autodesk please "shine some light" on this topic?
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Re: ACE2005 "DN" table

04-06-2006 07:33 AM in reply to: jschauer
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