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    Connecting a PanelView Plus to a SLC-500 Channel 0 Serial Port



    When looking to upgrade older PanelView 550 or 600 models, it's common to consider the PanelView Plus 600 as a suitable replacement. For starters, most of the new PVPlus models will fit in the older PanelView cutouts. And, Panelbuilder32 programs import into View Studio mostly intact.

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    communication between panel view plus 6 and SLC 5/05

    hello, I migrated from panel view 550 to panel view plus 6 and everything is ok but I don't know how is the configuration for the communication between panel view and the slc 5/05, the communication is for RS-232.

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    Good morning Josue,

    It's pretty easy to setup the PVPlus comms to the SLC-5/05 via Serial.

    First, open up your HMI Tags and find what the "node" name is.

    Then create a shortcut with the same exact name pointing to your SLC-5/05 like I do in this free step-by-step article:
    https://theautomationblog.com/connec...0-serial-port/

    I also have a series of free videos on this topic here:
    https://minute.theautomationblog.com/?s=flashback

    And to learn everything you need to know to maintain, troubleshoot, and program the PVPlus check out my affordable course (link below) in which I cover this subject in great detail:
    https://theautomationschool.com/cour...basics-course/

    Hope this helps,

    Shawn
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