Mesa Products in North America

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04 Apr 2016 11:43 #72699 by Swapper
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Looks confusing with RS422 cards in the ethernet category?

mesaus.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=66
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04 Apr 2016 19:00 #72734 by BigJohnT
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Thanks

JT
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02 Jun 2016 21:22 #75364 by BigJohnT
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I just received a stocking order and I am fully stocked now.

JT
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20 Aug 2016 05:41 #79115 by chucktilbury
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I am thinking about getting a 5i25 and maybe a 7i76 if I really need it. Do you have a web site?
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20 Aug 2016 14:07 #79128 by BigJohnT
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mesaus.com/

If I can help in any way just let me know.

JT
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20 Aug 2016 15:00 - 20 Aug 2016 15:01 #79137 by chucktilbury
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I just took a look at your web site. I like it much better than the Mesa site.

I did not know that the 7i92 existed. There are a lot of places that I could have used that in the past.

In an ideal world, I would like to use the 7i92 and connect it to the existing parallel breakout that came with the hardware. I have a few specific questions
  • Do you know for sure that it works with LinuxCNC?
  • I am slowly accumulating parts for a "delta" style 3D printer. It should interface to LinuxCNC for that as well, correct?
  • Is there a pointer on the web about how to get LinuxCNC to talk to the board?
  • What firmware do I need to flavor it as a "normal" parallel port?

Thanks very much. I expect we will be doing some business pretty soon.
Last Edit: 20 Aug 2016 15:01 by chucktilbury.
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20 Aug 2016 15:11 - 20 Aug 2016 15:18 #79141 by BigJohnT
BigJohnT replied the topic: Mesa Products in North America
Yes, just click on the Links at the bottom of my web site and there is a 7i92 guide. Probably the 7i92_G540x2D.bit would work. I only sell Mesa products that work with LinuxCNC as a service to the LinuxCNC community.

Edit: Both output headers on all flavors of 7i92 are the same pinout as a parallel port, the bit files will change as the breakout boards or daughter cards change.

JT
Last Edit: 20 Aug 2016 15:18 by BigJohnT.
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