Mitsubishi FX Driver Help
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Overview
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Device Setup
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Modem Setup
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Ethernet Encapsulation Examples
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Data Types Description
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Address Descriptions
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FX Addressing
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FX0 Addressing
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FX0N Addressing
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FX2N Addressing
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FX3U Addressing
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Error Descriptions
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Address Validation
Address '<address>' is out of range for the specified device or register
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Data Type '<type>' is not valid for device address '<address>'
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Device address '<address>' contains a syntax error
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Device address '<address>' is not supported by model '<model name>'
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Device address '<address>' is Read Only
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Missing address
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Serial Communications
Communications error on '<channel name>' [<error mask>]
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COMn does not exist
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COMn is in use by another application
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Error opening COMn
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Unable to set comm parameters on COMn
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Device Status Messages
Device '<device name>' is not responding
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Unable to write to '<address>' on device '<device name>'
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Index
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CONTENTS
Overview
What is the Mitsubishi FX Driver?
Device Setup
How do I configure a device for use with this driver?
Data Types Description
What data types does this driver support?
Address Descriptions
How do I address a data location on a Mitsubishi FX series device?
Error Descriptions
What error messages does the Mitsubishi FX driver produce?
Overview
The Mitsubishi FX Driver provides an easy and reliable way to connect Mitsubishi FX devices to OPC Client
applications, including HMI, SCADA, Historian, MES, ERP and countless custom applications. It is intended for
use with Mitsubishi FX series devices.
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Device Setup
Supported Devices
FX
FX0
FX0N
FX2N
FX3U
Note: FX3U is not supported in Windows CE.
Communication Protocol
Direct Serial
Supported Communication Parameters
Baud Rate: 9600
Parity: Even
Data Bits: 7
Stop Bits: 1
Ethernet Encapsulation
This driver supports Ethernet Encapsulation, which allows the driver to communicate with serial devices
attached to an Ethernet network using a terminal server. It may be invoked through the COM ID dialog in Channel
Properties. For more information, refer to the OPC server's help file.
When used directly with a serial port, this driver supports only a single connection to a single controller per serial
port. When operating in the Ethernet Encapsulation mode, the driver supports up to 100 controllers per channel.
In this mode, a single controller can be paired with a terminal server (device server) to form a single node. For
more information, refer to Ethernet Encapsulation Examples.
Note: Ethernet Encapsulation is not supported by the FX3U model.
Maximum Number of Channels and Devices
The maximum number of channels supported by this driver is 256. The maximum number of devices is 100.
Device IDs
This protocol does not support simultaneous communication with multiple devices.
Flow Control
When using an RS232/RS485 converter, the type of flow control that is required will depend on the needs of the
converter. Some converters do not require any flow control whereas others require RTS flow. Consult the
converter's documentation in order to determine its flow requirements. An RS485 converter that provides
automatic flow control is recommended.
Note: When using the manufacturer's supplied communications cable, it is sometimes necessary to choose a
flow control setting of RTS or RTS Always under the Channel Properties.
Cable Connections
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Modem Setup
This driver supports modem functionality. For more information, please refer to the topic "Modem Support" in the
OPC Server Help documentation.
Ethernet Encapsulation Examples
Click on a link from the list below in order to jump the specific Ethernet Encapsulation example.
Using COM-ET10-T Ethernet Module
Using the FX2NC-ENET-ADP Ethernet Module
Using the FX3U-ENET Ethernet Module
Writing Network Parameters to the PLC
Note: Ethernet Encapsulation is not supported by the FX3U device model.
Using COM-ET10-T Ethernet Module
Mitsubishi Electric has an Ethernet module that allows peer to peer Ethernet connection to FX1S, FX1N, FX2NC or
FX2NC model controllers. The COM-ET10-T module connects to the controller via the FX1N-CNV-BD or the FX2NCNV-BD communications adapter. For equipment information, refer to the FX hardware manual.
Example Parameters
The Module ID is Fixed at ET10
E = 45
T = 54
1 = 31
0 = 30
IP Address: 192.168.108.10
192 = C0
168 = A8
108 = 6C
10 = 0A
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
255 = FF
255 = FF
255 = FF
0 = 00
Gateway IP Address: 192.168.108.01
192 = C0
168 = A8
108 = 6C
1 = 01
UPD Port: 1024
TCP Port1: 1025
TCP Port2: 1026
The module currently supports only connecting to TCP Port 1025.
Mitsubishi FX 2N() Series Ladder
Ladder Logic for initializing the module. The configuration parameters are stored in data registers. Any thousand
range with the D register area beginning with D0, D1000, D2000 and etc can be used.
|---| M8002 |--------------[ MOV H81 D8120 ] 'Set communication register
| |--------[ DMOV H45543130 D1000 ] 'Module ID ET10 (Fixed)
| |-------[ DMOV H0C0A86C0A D1002 ] 'Module IP Address
| |-------[ DMOV H0FFFFFF00 D1004 ] 'Subnet Mask
| |-------[ DMOV H0C0A86C01 D1006 ] 'Gateway IP Address
| |-------------[ MOV K1024 D1008 ] 'UDP Port Number
| |-------------[ MOV K1025 D1009 ] 'TCP Port Number 1
| |-------------[ MOV K1026 D1010 ] 'TCP Port Number 2
| |----------------[ MOV K0 D1011 ] 'System Area Default Value 0
| |----------------[ MOV K0 D1012 ] 'System Area Default Value 0
| |----------------[ MOV K0 D1013 ] 'System Area Default Value 0
| |----------------[ MOV K0 D1014 ] 'System Area Default Value 0
| |----------------[ MOV K0 D1015 ] 'System Area Default Value 0
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Note: This information has been taken from the Mitsubishi Electric Ethernet Communications Module COM ET10T manual.
Using the FX2NC-ENET-ADP Ethernet Module
Mitsubishi has an Ethernet module that allows peer to peer Ethernet connection to FX1S, FX1N, FX2NC or FX2NC
model controllers. The FX2NC-ENET_ADP module connects to the controller via the FX1N-CNV-BD or the FX2NCNV-BD communications adapter. For equipment information, refer to the FX hardware manual.
Example Parameters
The Module ID is Fixed at ENET
E = 45
N = 4E
E = 45
T = 54
IP Address: 192.168.108.10
192 = C0
168 = A8
108 = 6C
10 = 0A
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
255 = FF
255 = FF
255 = FF
0 = 00
Gateway IP Address: 192.168.108.01
192 = C0
168 = A8
108 = 6C
1 = 01
TCP Port: 1024
Mitsubishi FX1s Series Ladder
Ladder Logic for initializing the module on a FX1s. Set the Ethernet parameters in 9 data registers starting from
D128 to D136.
|---| M8002 |-----------[ DMOV H454E4554 D128 ] 'Module ID ENET (Fixed)
| |-------[ DMOV H0C0A86C0A D130 ] 'Module IP Address
| |-------[ DMOV H0FFFFFF00 D132 ] 'Subnet Mask
| |-------[ DMOV H0C0A86C01 D134 ] 'Gateway IP Address
| |-------------[ MOV K1024 D136 ] 'TCP Port Number
Mitsubishi FX1N/2N/2NC Series Ladder
Ladder Logic for initializing the module on a FX1s. Set the Ethernet parameters in 9 data registers starting from
D1000 to D1008. If these registers are used for other purposes, set to 9 data registers starting at D2000,
D3000, D4000, D5000, D6000 or D7000.
|---| M8002 |-----------[ DMOV H454E4554 D1000 ] 'Module ID ENET (Fixed)
| |-------[ DMOV H0C0A86C0A D1002 ] 'Module IP Address
| |-------[ DMOV H0FFFFFF00 D1004 ] 'Subnet Mask
| |-------[ DMOV H0C0A86C01 D1006 ] 'Gateway IP Address
| |-------------[ MOV K1024 D1008 ] 'TCP Port Number
Note: This information has been taken from the Mitsubishi FX2NC-ENET-ADP Ethernet Adapter Users manual.
Using the FX3U-ENET Ethernet Module
To connect to the FX3U PLC via the FX3U-ENET Ethernet module, use Ethernet Encapsulation. In order to do so,
the FX3U-ENET module must be configured using the Mitsubishi GX Developer-FX software. For more
information, follow the instructions below.
1. To start, create a new GX Developer project for a FX3U model.
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2. Then, select Tools | FX special functions utility | FX Configurator-EN.
3. The FX Configurator-EN dialog should appear as shown below.
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4. Next, fill in the minimum required configuration information for the FX3U-ENET block. Select a module
from the first drop-down list, and then click Operational Settings. The settings should be similar to
those shown in the image below.
5. Click End to continue.
6. In the FX Configurator-EN dialog window, click Open Settings.
Writing Network Parameters to the PLC
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After the network parameters have been specified, they must be written to the PLC. To do so, click Write from the
FX-Configurator-EN window.
There must be a serial connection to the FX3U PLC because the configuration settings are written to the PLC via
this serial link. Make sure that the communication parameters are correct by using the Transfer setup button
above or by clicking Online | Transfer setup from the main menu.
After the parameters have been written, cycle the power on the PLC for the network parameter changes to take
effect. Now, the FX3U PLC can be communicated with using Ethernet encapsulation via the FX3U-ENET Ethernet
module. Use the following parameters:
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IP Address: 10.10.110.107 (or the IP address used above)
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Data Types Description
The Mitsubishi FX Net device driver supports the following data types.
Data Type
Description
Boolean
Single bit
Word
Unsigned 16 bit value
bit 0 is the low bit
bit 15 is the high bit
Short
Signed 16 bit value
bit 0 is the low bit
bit 14 is the high bit
bit 15 is the sign bit
DWord
Unsigned 32 bit value
bit 0 is the low bit
bit 31 is the high bit
Long
Signed 32 bit value
bit 0 is the low bit
bit 30 is the high bit
bit 31 is the sign bit
Float
32 bit Floating point value
The driver interprets two consecutive registers as a single precision
value by making the last register the high word and the first register
the low word.
String
Null terminated ASCII string
Support includes HiLo LoHi byte order selection and string lengths
up to 64 bytes.
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Address Descriptions
Address specifications vary depending on the model in use. Click on a link from the following list to obtain specific
address information for the model of interest.
FX Addressing
FX0 Addressing
FX0N Addressing
FX2N Addressing
FX3U Addressing
FX Addressing
The default data types for dynamically defined tags are shown in bold.
Device Type
Range
Data Type
Access
Inputs
X000-X377*
Boolean
Read Only
Outputs
Y000-Y377*
Boolean
Read/Write
Auxiliary Relays
M0000-M1535
Boolean
Read/Write
Special Aux. Relays
M8000-M8255
Boolean
Read/Write
States
S000-S999
Boolean
Read/Write
Timer Contacts
TS000-TS255
Boolean
Read Only
Counter Contacts
CS000-CS255
Boolean
Read Only
Timer Reset
TR000-TR255
Boolean
Read/Write
Counter Reset
CR000-CR255
Boolean
Read/Write
Timer Value
T000-T255
Short, Word
Read/Write
Counter Value
C000-C199
Short, Word
Read/Write
32 Bit Counter Value**
C200-C255
Long, DWord
Read/Write
Data Registers**
D000-D999
Short, Word
Read/Write
D000-D998
Long, DWord,
Float
Data Registers String
Access HiLo Byte
Ordering
DSH0000.02-DSH0967.64
String
Read/Write
Data Registers String
Access LoHi Byte
Ordering
DSL0000.02-DSL0967.64
String
Read/Write
Special Data Registers**
D8000-D8255
Short, Word
Read/Write
D8000-D8254
Long, DWord,
Float
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
*Octal.
**Users can specify a Long data type by appending a space and an "L" to the address. For example, "D000"
would be entered as "D000 L". This does not apply to arrays or bit accessed registers.
***For example, a string with HiLo byte ordering at D10 for a length of 12 bytes would be DSH10.12.
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FX0 Addressing
The default data types for dynamically defined tags are shown in bold.
Device Type
Range
Data Type
Access
Inputs
X000-X017*
Boolean
Read Only
Outputs
Y000-Y15*
Boolean
Read/Write
Auxiliary Relays
M0000-M0511
Boolean
Read/Write
Special Aux. Relays
M8000-M8255
Boolean
Read/Write
States
S00-S63
Boolean
Read/Write
Timer Contacts
TS00-TS55
Boolean
Read Only
Counter Contacts
CS00-CS15
CS235-CS254
Boolean
Read Only
Timer Reset
TR00-TR55
Boolean
Read/Write
Counter Reset
CR00-CR15
CR235-CR254
Boolean
Read/Write
Timer Value
T00-T55
Short, Word
Read/Write
Counter Value
C00-C15
Short, Word
Read/Write
32 Bit Counter Value**
C235-C254
Long, DWord
Read/Write
Data Registers**
D00-D31
D00-D30
Short, Word
Long, DWord,
Float
Read/Write
Data Registers String
Access HiLo Byte
Ordering
DSH0000.02–DSH30.62
String
Read/Write
Data Registers String
Access LoHi Byte
Ordering
DSL0000.02–DSL30.62
String
Read/Write
Special Data Registers**
D8000-D8069
D8000-D8068
Short, Word
Long, DWord,
Float
Read/Write
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 62
bytes, and must be an even number.***
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 62
bytes, and must be an even number.***
*Octal.
**Users can specify a Long data type by appending a space and an "L" to the address. For example, "D00" would
be entered as "D00 L". This does not apply to arrays or bit accessed registers.
***For example, a string with HiLo byte ordering at D10 for a length of 12 bytes would be DSH10.12.
FX0N Addressing
The default data types for dynamically defined tags are shown in bold.
Device Type
Range
Data Type
Access
Inputs
X000-X177*
Boolean
Read Only
Outputs
Y000-Y177*
Boolean
Read/Write
Auxiliary Relays
M0000-M0511
Boolean
Read/Write
Special Aux. Relays
M8000-M8255
Boolean
Read/Write
States
S000-S127
Boolean
Read/Wri-
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Timer Contacts
TS00-TS63
Boolean
Read Only
Counter Contacts
CS00-CS31
CS235-CS254
Boolean
Read Only
Timer Reset
TR00-TR63
Boolean
Read/Write
Counter Reset
CR00-CR31
CR235-CR254
Boolean
Read/Write
Timer Value
T00-T63
Short, Word
Read/Write
Counter Value
C00-C31
Short, Word
Read/Write
32 Bit Counter Value**
C235-C254
Long, DWord
Read/Write
Data Registers**
D000-D255
D000-D254
Short, Word
Long, DWord,
Float
Read/Write
Data Registers String
Access HiLo Byte
Ordering
DSH0000.02-DSH223.64
String
Read/Write
Data Registers String
Access LoHi Byte
Ordering
DSL0000.02-DSL223.64
String
Read/Write
Special Data Registers**
D8000-D8255
D8000-D8254
Short, Word
Long, DWord,
Float
Read/Write
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
*Octal.
**Users can specify a Long data type by appending a space and an "L" to the address. For example, "D000"
would be entered as "D000 L". This does not apply to arrays or bit accessed registers.
***For example, a string with HiLo byte ordering at D10 for a length of 12 bytes would be DSH10.12.
FX2N Addressing
The default data types for dynamically defined tags are shown in bold.
Device Type
Range
Data Type
Access
Inputs
X000-X377*
Boolean
Read Only
Outputs
Y000-Y377*
Boolean
Read/Write
Auxiliary Relays
M0000-M3071
Boolean
Read/Write
Special Aux. Relays
M8000-M8255
Boolean
Read/Write
States
S000-S999
Boolean
Read/Write
Timer Contacts
TS000-TS255
Boolean
Read Only
Counter Contacts
CS000-CS255
Boolean
Read Only
Timer Reset
TR000-TR255
Boolean
Read/Write
Counter Reset
CR000-CR255
Boolean
Read/Write
Timer Value
T000-T255
Short, Word
Read/Write
Counter Value
C000-C199
Short, Word
Read/Write
32 Bit Counter Value**
C200-C255
Long, DWord
Read/Write
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Data Registers**
D000-D7999
D000-D7998
Short, Word
Long, DWord,
Float
Read/Write
Data Registers String
Access HiLo Byte
Ordering
DSH0000.02-DSH7967.64
String
Read/Write
Data Registers String
Access LoHi Byte
Ordering
DSL0000.02-DSL7967.64
String
Read/Write
Special Data Registers**
D8000-D8255
Short, Word
Read/Write
D8000-D8254
Long, DWord,
Float
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
*Octal.
**Users can specify a Long data type by appending a space and an "L" to the address. For example, "D000"
would be entered as "D000 L". This does not apply to arrays or bit accessed registers.
***For example, a string with HiLo byte ordering at D10 for a length of 12 bytes would be DSH10.12.
FX3U Addressing
The default data types for dynamically defined tags are shown in bold.
Note: The FX3U model is not supported in Windows CE. It also does not support Ethernet Encapsulation.
Device Type
Range
Data Type
Access
Inputs
X000-X377*
Boolean
Read Only
Outputs
Y000-Y377*
Boolean
Read/Write
Auxiliary Relays
M0000-M7679
Boolean
Read/Write
Special Aux. Relays
M8000-M8511
Boolean
Read/Write
States
S000-S4095
Boolean
Read/Write
Timer Contacts
TS000-TS511
Boolean
Read Only
Counter Contacts
CS000-CS255
Boolean
Read Only
Timer Reset
TR000-TR511
Boolean
Read/Write
Counter Reset
CR000-CR255
Boolean
Read/Write
Timer Value
T000-T511
Short, Word
Read/Write
Counter Value
C000-C199
Short, Word
Read/Write
32 Bit Counter Value**
C200-C255
Long, DWord
Read/Write
Data Registers**
D000-D7999
D000-D7998
Short, Word
Long, DWord,
Float
Read/Write
Data Registers String
Access HiLo Byte
Ordering
DSH0000.02-DSH7967.64
String
Read/Write
Data Registers String
Access LoHi Byte
Ordering
DSL0000.02-DSL7967.64
String
Read/Write
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
The string length may also be specified using a
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colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
File Registers**
R000-R32767
R000-R32766
Short, Word
Long, DWord,
Float
Read/Write
File Registers String
Access HiLo Byte
Ordering
RSH0000.02-RSH32735.64
String
Read/Write
File Registers String
Access LoHi Byte
Ordering
RSL0000.02-RSL32735.64
String
Read/Write
Special Data Registers**
D8000-D8511
D8000-D8510
Short, Word
Long, DWord,
Float
Read/Write
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
The string length may also be specified using a
colon. The string length can range from 2 to 64
bytes, and must be an even number.***
*Octal.
**Users can specify a Long data type by appending a space and an "L" to the address. For example, "D000"
would be entered as "D000 L". This does not apply to arrays or bit accessed registers.
***For example, a string with HiLo byte ordering at D10 for a length of 12 bytes would be DSH10.12
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Error Descriptions
The following error/warning messages may be generated. Click on the link for a description of the message.
Address Validation
Address '<address>' is out of range for the specified device or register
Data Type '<type>' is not valid for device address '<address>'
Device address '<address>' contains a syntax error
Device address '<address>' is not supported by model '<model name>'
Device address '<address>' is Read Only
Missing address
Serial Communications
Communications error on '<channel name>' [<error mask>]
COMn does not exist
COMn is in use by another application
Error opening COMn
Unable to set comm parameters on COMn
Device Status Messages
Device '<device name>' is not responding
Unable to write to '<address>' on device '<device name>'
Address Validation
The following error/warning messages may be generated. Click on the link for a description of the message.
Address Validation
Address '<address>' is out of range for the specified device or register
Data Type '<type>' is not valid for device address '<address>'
Device address '<address>' contains a syntax error
Device address '<address>' is not supported by model '<model name>'
Device address '<address>' is Read Only
Missing address
Address '<address>' is out of range for the specified device or register
Error Type:
Warning
Possible Cause:
A tag address that has been specified statically references a location that is beyond the range of supported
locations for the device.
Solution:
Verify that the address is correct; if it is not, re-enter it in the client application.
Data Type '<type>' is not valid for device address '<address>'
Error Type:
Warning
Possible Cause:
A tag address that has been specified statically has been assigned an invalid data type.
Solution:
Modify the requested data type in the client application.
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Device address '<address>' contains a syntax error
Error Type:
Warning
Possible Cause:
A tag address that has been specified statically contains one or more invalid characters.
Solution:
Re-enter the address in the client application.
Device address '<address>' is not supported by model '<model name>'
Error Type:
Warning
Possible Cause:
A tag address that has been specified statically references a location that is valid for the communications protocol
but not supported by the target device.
Solution:
Verify that the address is correct; if it is not, re-enter it in the client application. Also verify that the selected
model name for the device is correct.
Device address '<address>' is Read Only
Error Type:
Warning
Possible Cause:
A tag address that has been specified statically has a requested access mode that is not compatible with what the
device supports for that address.
Solution:
Change the access mode in the client application.
Missing address
Error Type:
Warning
Possible Cause:
A tag address that has been specified statically has no length.
Solution:
Re-enter the address in the client application.
Serial Communications
The following error/warning messages may be generated. Click on the link for a description of the message.
Serial Communications
Communications error on '<channel name>' [<error mask>]
COMn does not exist
COMn is in use by another application
Error opening COMn
Unable to set comm parameters on COMn
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Communications error on '<channel name>' [<error mask>]
Error Type:
Serious
Error Mask Definitions:
B = Hardware break detected.
F = Framing error.
E = I/O error.
O = Character buffer overrun.
R = RX buffer overrun.
P = Received byte parity error.
T = TX buffer full.
Possible Cause:
1. The serial connection between the device and the Host PC is bad.
2. The communications parameters for the serial connection are incorrect.
Solution:
1. Verify the cabling between the PC and the PLC device.
2. Verify the specified communications parameters match those of the device.
COMn does not exist
Error Type:
Fatal
Possible Cause:
The specified COM port is not present on the target computer.
Solution:
Verify that the proper COM port has been selected.
COMn is in use by another application
Error Type:
Fatal
Possible Cause:
The serial port assigned to a device is being used by another application.
Solution:
Verify that the correct port has been assigned to the channel.
Error opening COMn
Error Type:
Fatal
Possible Cause:
The specified COM port could not be opened due an internal hardware or software problem on the target
computer.
Solution:
Verify that the COM port is functional and may be accessed by other Windows applications.
Unable to set comm parameters on COMn
Error Type:
Fatal
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Possible Cause:
The serial parameters for the specified COM port are not valid.
Solution:
Verify the serial parameters and make any necessary changes.
Device Status Messages
The following error/warning messages may be generated. Click on the link for a description of the message.
Device Status Messages
Device '<device name>' is not responding
Unable to write to '<address>' on device '<device name>'
Device '<device name>' is not responding
Error Type:
Serious
Possible Cause:
1. The serial connection between the device and the Host PC is broken.
2. The communications parameters for the serial connection are incorrect.
3. The named device may have been assigned an incorrect Network ID.
4. The response from the device took longer to receive than the amount of time specified in the "Request Timeout"
device setting.
Solution:
1. Verify the cabling between the PC and the PLC device.
2. Verify that the specified communications parameters match those of the device.
3. Verify that the Network ID given to the named device matches that of the actual device.
4. Increase the Request Timeout setting so that the entire response can be handled.
Unable to write to '<address>' on device '<device name>'
Error Type:
Serious
Possible Cause:
1. The serial connection between the device and the Host PC is broken.
2. The communications parameters for the serial connection are incorrect.
3. The named device may have been assigned an incorrect Network ID.
Solution:
1. Verify the cabling between the PC and the PLC device.
2. Verify that the specified communications parameters match those of the device.
3. Verify that the Network ID given to the named device matches that of the actual device.
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Index
A
Address '<address>' is out of range for the specified device or register 16
Address Descriptions 11
Address Validation 16
B
Boolean 10
C
COM-ET10-T Module 5
Communications error on '<channel name>' [<error mask>] 18
COMn does not exist 18
COMn is in use by another application 18
D
Data Type '<type>' is not valid for device address '<address>' 16
Data Types Description 10
Device '<device name>' is not responding 19
Device address '<address>' contains a syntax error 17
Device address '<address>' is not supported by model '<model name>' 17
Device address '<address>' is Read Only 17
Device ID 4
Device Setup 4
Device Status Messages 19
DWord 10
E
Error Descriptions 16
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Error opening COMn 18
Ethernet Encapsulation 4-5
F
Float 10
Framing 18
FX Addressing 11
FX0 Addressing 12
FX0N Addressing 12
FX2N Addressing 13
FX2NC-ENET-ADP Module 6
FX3U-ENET Module 6
FX3U Addressing 14
L
Long 10
M
Mask 18
Missing address 17
Modem Setup 5
N
Network 4
O
Overrun 18
Overview 3
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P
Parity 18
S
Serial Communications 17
Short 10
U
Unable to set comm parameters on COMn 18
Unable to write tag '<address>' on device '<device name>' 19
W
Word 10
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