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Solved: Wireless network connection

Discussion in 'Networking' started by tibbs540, Jan 25, 2013.

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    tibbs540 Thread Starter

    Jan 25, 2013
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    I'm building a solar power system and wanting to network together 3 morningstar controllers, a relay device, and my computer. The diagram shows a morningstar RSC 1 adapter with a 232 cable hook up on one end of the adapter and the EIA 485 connections on the other. No problem. With the RSC 1 adapter for the computer I will make the EIA 485 connections on one end of the adapter, however do not want to have my computer physically present to use the 9 pin serial 232. How do I go wireless from the 232 port. Also, the RSC 1 shows that I need to have two 100 ohm resisters installed between the inner two wires on the EIA 485 wiring. Where do I install the resisters. Thanks in advance for your help.
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