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Will controller LED go solid if plugged into non-LOR PC?

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Troubleshooting issue - May have bad serial>RJ45. Will the LED on a controller go solid if the cat5 is plugged into the LOR serial>rj45 adapter, and that adapter is plugged into a functioning, non-LOR loaded CPU?

Troubleshooting, flustered! Thank you

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In order for the controller led to turn on solid, a show has to be enabled, sequence editor open, or hardware utility open.

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also, the LOR network is built on the RS-485 protocol (hence the USB-485 adapter), and your standard home computer network is RS-232. so no your non-lor computer will not work on LOR controllers

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also, the LOR network is built on the RS-485 protocol (hence the USB-485 adapter), and your standard home computer network is RS-232. so no your non-lor computer will not work on LOR controllers

"your standard home computer network is RS-232"? All along I thought that the standard home or office for that matter computer network is based on Ethernet protocol. While the standard Serial protocol is RS-232. I also believe that only one device per RS-232 port.

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