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ConnectCNC Port Settings
DNC / file transfer settings for Mitsubishi 300-500  

Set the following parameters on the machine:
IO device parameters

Parameter
Value
2 2
3 3
4 0
5 1
6 3
7 3
11 3
12 1

IO parameters screen #2

Parameter
Value
1 1
2 1
3 0
6 0
7 200

Set ConnectCNC as follows:

Common Settings
Name Mitsubishi 300-500
Baudrate 4800
Data bits 8* see note
Stop bits 2
Parity even
Flow control Xon/Xoff
Xon Char. 17
Xoff char. 19
Port as available
*Note: If you get a parity error with this setting change the 8 to 7.
Send Settings
Header String  
Trailer String  
End of Line Sequence
Recognize custom EOL  
Replace  
 
Check "%" character Checked. This control requires a "%" at the beginning and end of your programs.
Skip empty lines user's choice
Skip line numbers user's choice
Skip non printable bytes user's choice
Skip comments check "(...)" if required
Default folder Folder in which you store this machine's programs
Start transfer delay user's choice

Receive Settings
Header String  
Trailer String  
End of Line Sequence
Recognize custom EOL  
Replace (checked) 13,10
 
Check "%" character Checked. This control requires a "%" at the beginning and end of your programs.
Skip empty lines user's choice
Skip line numbers user's choice
Skip non printable bytes user's choice
Skip comments check "(...)" if required
Default folder Folder in which you store this machine's programs
Start transfer delay user's choice
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Sometimes file transfer will not run, even if all the settings are correct. Go to this page for solutions.

Once you have ConnectCNC and your CNC machines communicating, we strongly suggest you take the following precautions:
- Download some programs, the longer the better, from your CNC to the pc. Save them under a temporary filename so you don't overwrite the original files. Examine them for errors such as dropped or changed text.
Do this for the first few programs that you use.

These settings have been collected from users of our software and machine tool distributers. We have listed them to help users of ConnectCNC to communicate between their computers and CNC controls.
Since we have no control over the many variables involved, including such things as cable conditions, modifications to machines, condition of computer hardware, etc., we take no responsibility for any damage caused to programs or machines through the use of this software.

ConnectCNC is also bundled with the EditCNC g-code editor.