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Old 10-15-2012, 10:41 AM
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Question CPE305 missing from Proficy's list

How can the IC695CPE305 can be selected for programing with Proficy Machine Edition. When I open up Proficy Rx3i's processors 310 & above are available.

I'm new to GE products and likely have overlooked something simple. Thanks for your patience & for sharing your expertise.
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You likely need to update Proficy ME. To use the IC695CPE305 or CPE310 we need Proficy ME 7.0 SIM 3 or greater. PME Update Links
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Thanks Russ. That worked like a charm.
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