Very unstable network. Why?

Discussion in 'C-Bus Toolkit and C-Gate Software' started by lanmaster, Dec 1, 2007.

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    If its unstable and your sure the cabling is good and there are no external influences I would be looking at network burdens and possibly clock. A quick look through shows that no clock or burden is enabled in the software although you may have a physical burden, I cant tell from here :)
     
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    Usually if a network has intermittent communication problems, it is due to one or more of :
    • Burdens
    • Not enough power supplies / voltage drops
    • Too many clocks
    • Electrical noise
    • Too many units

    Use the C-Bus Diagnostic Software to check to see whether you are getting lots of errors on the networks.
     
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