Theleo De Bruyn 4 years ago in IQANdesign • updated by Chris Litwin 4 years ago • 2
I'm using 3 master modules, a MD4-5 and 2x a MC41. And i've a question about the addresses of my modules.
I've 4 different addresses in stock: 0; 1; 0T and 1T. How do I use those 0T's and 1T's in my program? Or are there more addresses like an 2;3;4;...?
Thanks for the help!
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There are more addresses, you can check which ones and their resistances at the IQAN accessoires section.
The T means it has the added function of a 120Ohm end resistor if I'm correct. Should only be used at the end of a CAN-line.
I believe there are addresses 0 through 7. Each of those can have the T designation as well. So there is a total of 16 different tags. Since you are using master modules, you normally wouldn't use the T versions because you can terminate the bus internally through the IQAN program. Each module of the same type needs to have a different address, and the headmaster needs to be addressed with a 0 tag.