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XCYBELEC: Cybelec DNC-20 Protocol Driver v10.0


XCYBELEC: Cybelec DNC-20 Protocol Driver

General Information:


XCYBELEC driver was designed to connect NCE with Cybelec DNC 20 numeric control devices (and any other DNC equipment supporting the same IBM BISYNC protocol).

It allows you to read and write machine parameters, pieces data or any other information from/to the DNC internal memory.

Requires a free RS-232 port in your PC to get connected to the device's RS-232 port.

DNC CONFIGURATION ----------------------------------

Before attempting to communicate with the NCE, be sure you have the following settings for the DISPLAY MACHINE PARAMETERS menu and the TRANSFER Rs232 menu.

DISPLAY MACHINE PARAMETERS (menu 6, parameter 60)

60 Baud rate: 300/600/1200/2400/4800/9600 Data transmission: 8 Parity: leave empty (means NONE) Stop bits: 1.0 Protocol: 0 (Cybelec standard for PC) BCC: leave empty (means WITH BCC)

Important note:During the developing of this driver, it was discovered that

some DNC devices were still using parity None even when the parity field was set to Odd. Besides, be sure your driver settings are matching the actual baud-rate used by the atached DNCs.

TRANSFER Rs232 (menu 2)

DATA LINK: 1 PC<>DNC: 0 DIR.: 0 CHOICE: leave empty

Important note:

The front-panel key should NOT be left in position number 3 while you are trying to communicate with the DNC device.


Available Commands:



Supported Devices:

(This list is only indicative and may exist other unlisted equipment that are also communicable with this driver).


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