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    Second Displays Card

    Hello everyone,

    I have three master cards connected to a single USBExpansion Card as follows:

    J1: In Use (DISPLAY CONNECTED)
    J2: In use (DISPLAY CONNECTED)
    J3: Not in Use
    J4: In Use

    So, on other words, there are two displays cards, connected to Master Cards #1 and #2.

    The first display card works fine, however, I can't figure out how to configure the second (the one plugged into MC #2).

    I have moved the Jumper pin to the "J3" position as per the manual, and have scripted the Displays as displays 16-31, also as per the manual.

    Anything I've missed? The displays work fine when tested in Controlador.exe (ie they light up perfectly, so they definitely "work").

    Cheers,

    Jack

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    Re: Second Displays Card

    Hi Jack,
    You can connect up to 4 Display cards to a Master Card. The numbering is described here.

    Hope this helps.

    regards,
    Nico

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    Re: Second Displays Card

    Edited as Nico had replied and given the correct answer, as opposed to mine

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    Re: Second Displays Card

    Extra: The jumper at a Display card determines the position in the row of 4 cards connected to a MC. You can put a card wherever you want (no special connect order).

    Note that since SIOC 4.0 there is a tool called SIOC_Monitor. If you push the button ALL ON you can easily check whether the Display card works or not and by sending a number to a digit you can find out the numbering as well.

    Nico