I reset the Linking device and reloaded the Config. No difference.
We have a terminating resistor on the Linking device and the probes are plugged into a Turk Distribution module (that I assume we have configured with the proper loading).
I don’t believe there is another device talking out of turn on the network (it is not a long network… < 50 ft).
If you look at the attached log file there is a steady sequence of read (address 100) for Probes 1 to 5 repeating throughout the log until record 449 (shown below).
This is where the master requests reads of reg 200, 218, and 210. Then it requests a Write (16) to 120 even though this is supposed to be a Single Shot.
We have the Read reg 100 set at 10 ms and all others at 1second so you would expect what you see below EXCEPT for the write.
I still maintain that the Linking device is not logging data correctly.
Knowing the sequence of transmit and receive, the following is typical of what I am seeing for missed logging:
After sending a request for Probe 4 read register 100… the log file picks up mid transmission for the request for Probe 4 Write(16) (and the Probe 4 responds).
What is also missing is the reply from Probe 4 register 100, And the request & reply for probe 4 register 200, 218 and 210 which I normally see prior to the Write(seen above).
And The Time stamp shows a Relative Time of 0-1 ms for the missed data area…
Of further note, since we have a Request set at 10 ms for all the Probe Read reg 100, Why do I see a nominal 20 ms relative time shown at the start of the requests?
logc1.txt (29.4 KB)