RS485 For Hypertherms

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18 Apr 2020 04:13 #164394 by phillc54
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These extracts seem to show that pin 1 should be at the top, maybe Stefan will see this after he finishes his cool part tumbler and will chime in.

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18 Apr 2020 18:14 #164479 by snowgoer540
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phillc54 wrote: These extracts seem to show that pin 1 should be at the top, maybe Stefan will see this after he finishes his cool part tumbler and will chime in.

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yep, that matches what I see on my machine. Maybe Stefan got his backwards somehow :laugh:

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05 May 2020 12:24 #166766 by snowgoer540
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I hate to resurrect this thread, but I was cutting a job over the weekend, and I got an error message from my Pmax (job kept running). I cleared the error so I could continue to watch the job, but at the end of the job, I had forgotten exactly what the error message said.

Intuitively, I tried clicking on the error status, and hovering my mouse over it to see the error code description, but obviously that doesnt do anything...

Which got me thinking.. "it'd be sweet if you could click on the error status and see the message again, or over the mouse over it and the tool tip shows the error message." Any way to make that dream a reality?! :laugh:

Seriously though, just something I thought might make the user experience easier for use pmax guys. In the end, I could always google it, but where's the fun in that?

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06 May 2020 01:44 #166828 by phillc54
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If using tooltips like this is ok I will tidy it up and push it.

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06 May 2020 11:07 #166858 by snowgoer540
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phillc54 wrote: If using tooltips like this is ok I will tidy it up and push it.


Yep, that's exactly what I was thinking! Looks great. Thanks Phill

One other question I meant to ask in my last post: Does the pop up prevent jogging around while it is being displayed?

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06 May 2020 11:19 #166859 by phillc54
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snowgoer540 wrote:

phillc54 wrote: If using tooltips like this is ok I will tidy it up and push it.


Yep, that's exactly what I was thinking! Looks great. Thanks Phill

Changes have been pushed.

One other question I meant to ask in my last post: Does the pop up prevent jogging around while it is being displayed?

No, so long as the machine is idle and not paused, if you want you can just drag it out of the way by the title bar.
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06 May 2020 16:06 #166877 by snowgoer540
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Good deal, thanks again!

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14 May 2020 02:07 #167697 by thefabricator03

phillc54 wrote: These extracts seem to show that pin 1 should be at the top, maybe Stefan will see this after he finishes his cool part tumbler and will chime in.

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I find this interesting. I am away from work for a few days so when I get back I will pull out the RS485 wiring on the machine and see how its mapped.
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30 Jun 2020 04:15 #173172 by thefabricator03
Ok I have Finally checked my machine, and the wires match the diagram.


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30 Jun 2020 04:20 #173173 by phillc54
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