I have just finished restoring an old Matsuura 710V, 1980's model, the very last thing is getting it to read code properly. So I have finally got my post-processor working and can run a program but it is very jumpy. I have a UCM BTR board that takes serial on a drip feed from my computer into the old tape reader cable, it drip feeds absolutely perfect. The biggest issue is that the baud is setup as 1200 Baud which I believe is far too slow, so each movement is jumpy.
There are two sets of DIP switches called, SWB1 and SWB2. SWB2 is set at 00110010 and SWB1 set at 00000000, that equates to 1200 Baud.
I found a picture online of the exact board I have, but after hours of searching I still can't even find a manufacturer, model name or any info on it. Here is the logo.
If anyone can help me out on the Baud settings it would be greatly appreciated, as the machine is very slow.