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#599073 03/20/16 11:58 PM
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I'm setting up an IPK II, and was wondering, what the endings U10, U20 and U30 mean on the end of the part number. Does it have something to do with which main unit it can be used on?


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dukane123 #599074 03/21/16 12:34 AM
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It is just the version of the card.
U10 cards are the oldest version.

All cards should work in an IPKII in any cabinet/any slot.

keep in mind ESIB/E cards that were U20 had a jumper on them and only jumpered in the the U20 position the cards would work in the IPKII.

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doghart #599092 03/21/16 09:28 PM
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Okay thank you very much.


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