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BCM 400 Dip Switch settings

BCM 400 Dip Switch settings

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I read the docs on this but it is a little confusing because of the old SW versions. I have a BCM 400 with 4.0 with 2 hard drives. SW and I am installing the following just in the main cabinet and I am not able to get the dip switches set properly. Does anyone know what they should be for each unit? On the BCM50 they are always ON.

BAY-1 DTM ( PRI ) TOP BAY
BAY-2 DSM 32+
BAY-3 ADM-8
BAY-4 ASM-8

Thank you.

RE: BCM 400 Dip Switch settings

The dip switch settings might vary depending on the current split parameter setting. This limits the amount of bus options and some modules such as ASM 8 can be configured on the same bus but follow on in port number order.

I have attached the installation PDF file.

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RE: BCM 400 Dip Switch settings

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Thank you!

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