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Forum for Allen-Bradley PLC and RSLinx ?

Forum for Allen-Bradley PLC and RSLinx ?

Forum for Allen-Bradley PLC and RSLinx ?

Hi experts,

I'm in a bit over my head on a project of connceting my server to a PLC-5 Allen-Bradley floor system.

This forum does not get much traffic. Can anyone recommend another forum for PLC systems?

Thanks, John
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