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This article refers to G&L PiC application note and provides information for applications utilizing a common DC Bus. Applies to Centurion™ Line DSM110, DSM120, DSM130 and DSM175 drives from G&L.

This document refers to G&L PiC application note AN000032 and describes tuning servos with a PiC900.

When tuning servos with a PiC900 following this outline will result in high servo performance.

Note:  Before tuning an axis remember to take into account any safety precautions necessary. 

This article refers to G&L PiC application note on using the REGIST function.

This document refers to G&L PiC application note AN000030 and describes 2100 series executive firmware upgrade procedure.

Model  2180/2185 Executive Upgrade Procedure       

Purpose:  This is a procedure is to test 2100 Series models 2180 and 2185. 

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This article refers to G&L PiC application note and describes downloading .ASC files to 2100 Series TCS’s. For more information, download document AN000029

This article refers to G&L PiC application note AN000028 and covers how to troubleshoot array indexing problems and describes the memory map for the PiC900 Data variables.  One common problem when using arrays in the PiC900 is indexing beyond the end of the array into another area of memory.  The PiC900 does not check to see if the array index is larger than the size of the array.  Thus if your index exceeds the array size you will index into another data variable.

This document refers to G&L PiC application note AN000027 and describes how to configure a MS-DOS session in Windows NT 3.51 to run PiCPro/PiCServoPro software. There is no guaranty that this procedure will work with all computer configurations.

Note:  Please reference the troubleshooting section at the end of this document for information on an update for the G&L communication driver.

This article refers to G&L PiC application note AN000026 and describes using 3rd party software companies that offer a G&L driver. All 3rd party drivers will implement the COMM900 communication protocol and will require the COMM900 ASFB product to be installed in the PiC.

US Data - Factory Links (DOS, WIN and OS/2) - serial and ARCNET versions

CTC - Interact (DOS) - serial and ARCNET versions

This document refers to Giddings & Lewis PiC application note AN000025 and describes one method of maintaining several versions of PiCPro/PicServoPro on your computer. The two areas that will be covered are the directory structure and batch files for changing between versions.

Directory Structure

Each version of PiCPro will have its own directory and subdirectories for the ASFB’s and applications.  The directory structure is as follows.

This article refers to G&L PiC application note AN000024 and describes how LDO version numbers are used.

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