the error code list

Appendix 7
Error
Appendix 7 Error
There are five kinds of error messages displayed on the V8 series:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Communication error
Data Loading
Warning
SYSTEM ERROR
Touch Switch is Active
Communication Error
When communication is not established between the V8 series and a controller, or any abnormality
(noise etc.) is detected, the following messages are displayed on the V8 series.
SYSTEM
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Communication Error
Time-Out
A7
SYSTEM
F1
F7
F2
F3
F4
Error Messages
Time-Out
Parity
Framing
Overrun
Check code error
Contents
Although a request to send is
given to a controller, no answer
is returned within the specified
time.
An error occurred in parity
check.
Although the stop bit must be
[1], it is detected as [0].
After one character is received,
the next character is received
before internal processing is
completed.
The check code in the
controller response was not
correct.
Solution
Remarks
1. Check settings in the [Communication
Setting] tab window of the [Device
Connection Setting] dialog.
2. Check the cable connection.
1
3. Data may be disrupted because of noise.
Fix noise.
2
1. Check the cable connection.
1
2. Data may be disrupted because of noise.
Fix noise.
2
1. Check settings in the [Communication
Setting] tab window of the [Device
Connection Setting] dialog.
2. Check the cables and wiring.
1
3. Data may be disrupted because of noise.
Fix noise.
2
1. Check settings in the [Communication
Setting] tab window of the [Device
Connection Setting] dialog.
1
2. Data may be disrupted because of noise.
Fix noise.
2
1. Check settings in the [Communication
Setting] tab window of the [Device
Connection Setting] dialog.
1
2. Data may be disrupted because of noise.
Fix noise.
2
* If the above error messages are displayed on the V8 series without establishing communication
between V8 and PLC, test the solution of remark “1”. If the error occurs suddenly in
communication, test the solution of remark “2”.
A7-1
Appendix 7
Error
Error Messages
A7-2
Contents
Solution
Error code received
An error code was sent by a controller.
(NAK)
Examine the controller error code and
solve the problem.
Break
The controller’s SD remains at the low
level.
Examine the connection between the
controller’s SD and the V8’s RD.
Invalid memory
(Mitsubishi CPU)
You specified an address that exceeds
the memory range of the PLC that you
are linked to.
Check the type and range of memory
that you set.
Invalid CPU model
(Mitsubishi CPU)
The PLC currently being supported
does not have a corresponding CPU.
Confirm whether or not the CPU that
you are using can be used with the
V8 series.
Format
The code of the received data is
invalid.
Compare
(HIDIC S10)
Transmission data and received data
are different.
1.
Confirm link unit settings.
(After making settings, cut power
to the controller.)
NAK
A NAK code is received.
Transaction Error
(Allen-Bradley PLC)
Transmitted transaction data and
received transaction data are not in
agreement.
2.
Review the [Device Connection
Setting] ([System Setting] →
[Device Connection Setting]).
Communication Error
An unclear communication error is
detected.
3.
Count error
(Mitsubishi CPU and Q link unit)
The expected data amount is different
from the count value.
If errors only occur from time to
time, a noise-based
communication error may be
present.
Command error
(Mitsubishi CPU and Q link unit)
The response code differs from the
expected code.
Invalid cassette
(Mitsubishi ACPU)
This cassette is not included in the
memory cassettes currently being
supported.
Password error
(Mitsubishi QCPU)
The password is incorrect.
Contact your local distributor.
Appendix 7
Error
Error Messages for Network Communication
Ethernet
Error Messages
Ethernet Error:XXXX
Contents
Solution
The Ethernet status is saved at system
memory address $s518 and a code
other than “0” (normal) is received.
XXXX : Error No.
For the contents and solution to each error
number, refer to Appendix 5 of the V8
Series Connection Manual separately
provided.
CC-LINK
Error Messages
Contents
Solution
I/F Board Err
The I/F unit for CC-LINK has an error.
Contact your local distributor.
Station Number Err
The port number set by a switch is not
within the setting range (1 to 64).
Specify the port number within the setting
range.
Word Writing to Sp. Relay
Word writing to a special relay (M9000
and later) is attempted.
(Notes: Only bit writing is possible for
special relays when connecting with
CC-LINK.)
Do not attempt to perform word writing to
special relays.
OPCN-1
Error Messages
Contents
Solution
A7
I/F Board Err
The I/F unit for OPCN-1 has an error.
Contact your local distributor.
Stat. No. out of range
The port number set by a switch is not
within the setting range (1 to 127).
Specify the port number within the setting
range.
Network Link Error
Cannot connect to the master station
in the network.
Check the condition of the master station
(PLC). Check the network connection.
Network I/O Access Err
MONITOUCH has attempted to have
access to a memory area out of the
designated input/output words.
Check the memory for the network I/O in
the screen data file.
Waiting for Reply
1. Less than “Max_int” time
(communication monitoring time
for salve station) set on the PLC for
OPCN-1 communications
2. Timeout on the V8 series
(The timeout time can be set in the
[Device Connection Setting] dialog
that is displayed by selecting
[System Setting] → [Device
Connection Setting] on the
V-SFT-5 editor.)
This error is indicated when the above
1 and 2 are present.
When the “Max_int” time is too long
(infinite, for example) on the PLC, it is not
possible to know whether or not the
response from the PLC is correctly made.
This error message disappears when a
response from the PLC is received within
the “Max_int” time.
Word Writing to Sp. Relay
(Mitsubishi: A Series)
Word writing to a special relay (M9000
and later) is attempted.
(Notes: Only bit writing is possible for
special relays when connecting with
OPCN-1.)
Do not attempt to perform word writing to
special relays.
A7-3
Appendix 7
Error
T-LINK
Error Messages
Contents
Solution
T-LINK I/F Board Err
The I/F unit for T-LINK has an error.
Contact your local distributor.
Network I/O Access Err
MONITOUCH has attempted to have
access to a memory area out of the
designated input/output words.
Check the memory for the network I/O in
the screen data file.
Communication Error
Received Code No. 22
The PLC loader is being accessed so
that processing is not performed on
the V8 series. (This error occurs
during program transfer from the PLC
loader for most cases.)
Wait for the PLC loader to finish
processing, and press the [RETRY] switch
on the V8 screen.
Communication Error
Received Code No. 32
An attempt to access an area that
does not exist within the PLC is made.
Example: A file area (W) that is not
defined with the PLC program
Check the PLC memory addresses set in
the screen data file.
Communication Error
Received Code No. 36
The number of monitor registration
points is too small.
Correct the number of monitor registration
points. For monitor registration, refer to the
user manual of the PLC you are using.
PROFIBUS-DP
Error Messages
Time-Out
A7-4
Contents
Solution
“Check” is displayed 2 or 3 seconds
before this error occurs when
connecting the V8 series and
PROFIBUS-DP in the RUN mode.
The setting for [Own Stat. No.] on the V8
series is discrepant with that for [Address]
for [V8 series] on the SIMATIC Manager.
Check and correct the setting.
A screen is displayed instantaneously
(= communications performed) before
this error occurs when connecting the
V8 series and PROFIBUS-DP in the
RUN mode.
The DB address set on the V8 screen may
not exist on the PLC (memory over).
Check the setting.
Appendix 7
Error
DeviceNet
: Extinguished
Error Messages
LED
MS
NS
Contents
Reading or writing to RAM is not
performed normally during
initialization check.
Start-up information check error:
The baud rate is outside the
specified range.
Initialization error
BUS OFF Error
Node Address
Duplication Error
Network Error
Red
Green
Green
Red
Red
Green
Definition Error
−
−
: Blinking
Solution
• Turn the power on again.
If recovery is not possible, a fault is
suspected.
• Make the baud rate (using DIP
switch 7 and 8) the same as set
for the master on “CU-07” and
turn on the power again.
If recovery is not possible, a fault is
suspected.
Start-up information check error:
Excessive size for input
• On the V-SFT-5 editor, select
[System Setting] → [Device
Connection Setting]. In the
[Input/Output Word Counts
Setting] tab window, enter the
desired value of up to 128 words
for [Input Range]. Then turn on
the power again.
Start-up information check error:
Excessive size for output
• On the V-SFT-5 editor, select
[System Setting] → [Device
Connection Setting]. In the
[Input/Output Word Counts
Setting] tab window, enter the
desired value of up to 128 words
for [Output Range]. Then turn on
the power again.
• The communication cable is
short-circuited at start-up.
• The baud rate does not match
the setting for the master.
• Check the wiring and turn on the
power again.
• Make the baud rate (using DIP
switch 7 and 8) the same as set
for the master on “CU-07” and
turn on the power again.
The same node address is
already used for the master or
some other slave.
• Check the node address and
correct it to an address which is
not used yet (using DIP switch 1
to 6) on “CU-07”. Then turn on
the power again.
The network power is off.
• Turn on the network power
supply.
No other devices exist on the
network.
• Check the wiring and turn on the
power again.
• Make the baud rate (using DIP
switch 7 and 8) the same as set
for the master on “CU-07” and
turn on the power again.
I/O time-out:
Communication with the master
has become disabled.
• Check the conditions of the
master power supply.
• Check the wiring.
No connection exists.
• Check the wiring.
Green
Red
: Illuminated
The returned error code is not
supported by the DeviceNet.
Review the settings below:
• Master setting
• CU-07 setting
• V-SFT-5 setting
• Wiring
* Depending on the errors detected, turning on the power again may be necessary on the master as
well as on the V8 series.
A7-5
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Appendix 7
Error
Data Loading
If an error is detected on the screen data in the RUN mode, the following messages are displayed on
the V8 series.
Error : XX (XX : XXX)
Screen No. Error
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
F1
F1
F2
F2
F3
F3
5ETGGP0Q'TTQT
F4
/GOQT[UGVVKPIGTTQT
7PCXCKNCDNGOGOQT[OGOQT[
TCPIGQXGT
F5
Error Messages
Screen No. Error
Error : XX (XX : XXX)
F4
F5
F6
F6
F7
F7
Contents
Solution
There is no setting for the received screen.
At the start of communications, the V8
series regards the value in the read area “n
+ 2” as the screen number.
Check that this value is an existing screen
number on the controller.
There is an error in the created screen
data.
According to the item number and the
sub-item number displayed on the V8
series, find the edited screen where the
error occurs. Check the contents of the
error (error number) and remove the error.
Error : XX (XX : XXX)
Sub-item No.
Item No.
Error No.
Error Numbers
Error No.
* Error numbers with “*” do not occur under ordinary circumstances.
If any of these errors are displayed, contact your local distributor.
A7-6
Error No.
Problem
Solution
3
Data version does not match the MONITOUCH
system program version.
Transfer the MONITOUCH system program
from Editor.
If not corrected, check the Editor version and
the system program version of the V8 series,
and contact your local distributor.
10
The communications board does not match the
I/F driver.
The I/F board does not match the I/F driver.
Check the I/F driver and transfer data again.
11
The PLC model set in the screen data does not
match the I/F driver.
Check the PLC model and transfer the I/F driver
again.
12
The I/F driver version does not match the
version of screen data.
Check the Editor version and the I/F driver
version, and contact your local distributor.
13
The I/F driver version does not match the
version of the MONITOUCH system program.
Check the I/F driver version and the system
program (SYSTEM PROG.) version of the V8
series, and contact your local distributor.
15
The display language on MONITOUCH does
not match the language set in the screen data.
Check the MONITOUCH model and the
language used for the created data.
Appendix 7
Error No.
Problem
Error
Solution
17
The network I/O number exceeds the usable
number range.
Set a number within the usable range.
19
An I/F driver that MONITOUCH does not
support is transferred.
Transfer the correct I/F driver.
20
The maximum capacity of the buffering area
has been exceeded.
Data capacity to be saved in DRAM at the
primary storage target (buffering area setting)
has exceeded the maximum available capacity.
Reduce the number set for [No. of Samples].
22
The buffer number specified for trend or alarm
item has not been set.
Set the buffer number in the [Buffering Area
Setting] dialog from the [System Setting] menu.
23*
Memory card file No. error
Contact your local distributor.
24
The output file number in the buffering area
setting is not unique or [Buffering File] is not set
for the memory card setting.
When [Secondary storage target: Memory Card]
is selected in the buffering area setting, the
output file number can be set. However, the set
output file number already exists.
As another possibility, [Type: Buffering File] is
not set in the [Memory Card Setting] dialog
though [Secondary storage target: Memory
Card] is selected.
Check the output file number in the [Buffering
Area Setting] dialog, and set correctly.
If not successful, check the setting in the
[Memory Card Setting] dialog.
25
The number of sampled words in the buffering
area setting is exceeded.
Check the value set for [Word Count] in the
[Buffering Area Setting] dialog.
Bit Synchronization, Constant Sampling, Alarm
Logging, Device Memory Map:
128 words maximum
Alarm Tracking, Time Order Alarming:
1024 words maximum
26
The trend and alarm items that refer to the
buffering area are too many.
The items that refer to the buffering area are too
many on one screen (16 items maximum).
Reduce the number of trend/alarm items placed
on the screen.
27*
There is an error in the buffering area setting.
Contact your local distributor.
28
The same function is set for both MJ1 and MJ2
ports.
Check the setting in the [Device Connection
Setting] dialog and set correctly.
29
The memory capacity is insufficient.
Decrease the value set for [No. of Samples] for
DRAM at the primary storage target (buffering
area setting).
Reduce the value set for [Word Count] for an
alarm item.
Delete the following settings if not necessary.
- Multi-link/Multi-link2
- Ladder monitor
- Connection devices not used
If not corrected, contact your local distributor.
30
The number of registered items is too many.
Reduce the number of items.
31
The memory capacity for the registered items is
insufficient.
Take the following action for the relevant
screen.
Reduce the value set for [Word Count] for time
order alarming.
Reduce the value set for [Word Count] for alarm
tracking.
Reduce the value set for [Executing Relays] for
bit order alarming.
Reduce the number of items placed on the
screen.
32
The number of items that uses the memory
exceeds the available number.
Reduce the number of items.
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Appendix 7
A7-8
Error
Error No.
Problem
Solution
33
The maximum settable number of switches and
lamps has been exceeded.
The number of switches and lamps placed on
the screen has exceeded 1024. Switches and
lamps on overlap displays are included in this
number.
Reduce the number of switches and lamps.
34
The items that occupy the memory area exceed
the available work memory capacity.
Reduce the amount of data.
35*
Variable length data error
36*
ITEM error
37*
Component ITEM error
38*
Component error
40*
Group byte count error
41*
Recognition flag error
42*
Function ITEM error
43*
Function ITEM end error
44*
Group ITEM end error
46
An unavailable memory address is set or the
available memory range is exceeded.
Check the memory setting.
47
IDs of the items in screen library with setting
limitations are duplicate on a screen.
Check the IDs and keep them unique.
48
The network table number set for Ethernet local
port IP address is the same as the network table
number of the PLC.
Check and set the network table number again.
49*
Group ITEM error
Contact your local distributor.
50*
Link ITEM error
51*
Editor ITEM error
52
The overlap ID is illegal and must be a value
from “0” to “2”.
Check the overlap ID and set correctly.
53
In the call-overlap setting, an overlap library
number with no data registration is specified.
Specify an overlap library number registered on
the multi-overlap edit window.
54
Overlap displays occupy too much memory
capacity.
Reset the overlap display data size.
55*
Multi-overlap header error
56*
Graphic undefined command error
57*
Graphic ITEM error
58*
Graphic execution error
59*
Switch function error
Contact your local distributor.
Contact your local distributor.
60
Switch operating area error
61*
Statistic graph % display No. over
Reset the switch operating area.
62*
Multi data over
63
The selection order number of data blocks (a
maximum of four) is duplicated.
64*
Data display element No. error
Contact your local distributor.
65
The scale or graph is not set correctly in the
settings for trend graph or trend sampling.
Correct the settings for [Scale Max. Value] and
[Scale Min. Value] or [Graph Max. Value] and
[Graph Min. Value] in the dialog.
66*
Internal circle radius is “0”.
67*
The number of X-axis data points is equal to or
less than zero.
Contact your local distributor.
Check the data block selection order number
and set correctly.
Contact your local distributor.
Appendix 7
Error No.
Problem
Error
Solution
68
The display area is insufficient for the area
(lines) that is displayed by one bit (bit order
alarming).
Check the [No. of Lines per Relay] in the [Bit
Order Alarming] dialog and enlarge the display
area if necessary.
69
A pattern or frame larger than the screen size
has been specified.
Re-set the pattern or frame.
70
The number of columns or lines of data sheet is
exceeded.
Check the data sheet columns/lines, and set
correctly.
71
The maximum part size in the closed area graph
has been exceeded.
The part size in the closed area graph has
exceeded 64 kB.
Reduce the data size of the parts.
72
The setting for real time printing of alarm
logging has exceeded the upper limit, or the
specified buffer number is not unique.
There are four or more alarm logging parts with
Real Time Print]. As another possibility,
[
there are two or more alarm logging parts with
the same [Buffer No.] with [
Real Time Print].
Make the setting for [
Real Time Print] within
the limit. If not solved, check the Editor version
and the system program (SYSTEM PROG.)
version of the V8 series, and contact your local
distributor.
73
There are four or more video items on one
screen. (including the screen library)
Check the number of video items and reduce
the number.
74
Animation item is placed other than the base
screen (screen library, etc.).
Place the animation item on the base screen.
75
The screen data type is not consistent.
Transfer the system program of the V8 series
from Editor.
76
The number of executing relays for bit order
alarming is exceeded.
Check the value set for [Executing Relays].
Universal serial: 4096 maximum
Other PLCs:
512 maximum
77*
Expanded graphic ITEM error
78*
Expanded function ITEM error
79
Component parts occupy too much memory
capacity.
Reduce the number of component parts.
80*
Macro: Undefined command error
Contact your local distributor.
81
Macro: The numbers of FOR and NEXT
commands are not the same. FOR-NEXT
commands are nested beyond 8 levels.
Correct the FOR-NEXT commands.
82
Macro: There are two different commands for
the same label number.
Macro: Re-set the label.
83
Macro: There is no destination label for the
jump.
Macro: Change or set the destination label.
Contact your local distributor.
84*
Macro: Illegal memory use
Change the macro command.
85*
Macro: Undefined system call
Contact your local distributor.
90
A screen library that is not registered is used.
Check the screen library number.
91
Bitmap data for switch or lamp is not registered.
Check the following points:
No bitmap name is designated.
The total count of 3D parts exceeds 1023
(maximum).
The part size is too large.
There is no bitmap in the PARTS folder.
92*
Multi-language initial display string No. error
94
Multi-language selection string number error
95
MR400 format table setting: String code error
There is an illegal code after “\” in the string.
96
MR400 format table setting: String size error
The total size of the string is too large.
97
Multi-language font setting error
Transfer the first language font or screen data
again.
Contact your local distributor.
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Appendix 7
Error
Error No.
Problem
99
Registration items occupy too much memory
capacity.
Reduce the number of registration items.
100
Universal serial: GD-80 compatible entry mode
is set.
Uncheck [GD-80 Compatible] in entry mode.
101
Universal serial: System memory setting error
Check whether or not access to the outside the
specified memory is attempted, such as for
macro indirect designation.
102*
Connection mode setting error
103*
Network I/O size setting error
104*
Network table setting error
120
Multi-link2 is not selected for modular jack 1 or
2.
Check the connection port setting in the
[Multi-link2] dialog.
121
Multi-link2 port number error. The local port or
the total number of ports is out of the range of 1
to 4.
The value for [Local Port No.] or [Total] in the
[Multi-link2] dialog is out of the range of 1 to 4.
Set the value of [Local Port No.] or [Total] within
the range of 1 to 4.
Contact your local distributor.
122
Multi-link program is not registered.
123
Multi-link2 program is not registered.
127
MONITOUCH does not support the remote
desktop window display.
Check whether MONITOUCH is a model that
supports the remote desktop window display. If
not, remove the setting.
128
No key code for the remote desktop window
display is registered in MONITOUCH.
Register the license key code for remote
desktop window display on the Main Menu
screen.
Version 5.4.13.0 or earlier (SYSTEM PROG version
1.560)
A7-10
Solution
Transfer the multi-link program.
129
No remote desktop window display program is
registered in MONITOUCH.
Update the V-SFT version and resend the
screen data to MONITOUCH.
For data transfer to a CF card, you need to
rewrite the data to the CF card via the CF card
manager.
130*
Ethernet: Network byte error
Contact your local distributor.
131
Ethernet: The local port is not set in the table.
Check the port number on the Main Menu
screen of MONITOUCH, and check that the
local port is set on the network table edit
window.
132
Ethernet: The network table is not found or is
not the right one.
Set [PLC Table] ([Device Connection Setting] →
[Target Settings]).
133
Ethernet: IP address No. error
Check the IP address in the network table edit
window or in the PLC table.
134
Ethernet: Port No. error
Check the port number in the network table edit
window or in the PLC table.
135
FL-net: FL-net data error
Check the setting for [FL-Net] in the
[Communication Parameters] dialog.
136
IP address setting error: The network table
number selected for local port IP address is not
registered.
Check the network table number.
137
The Ethernet port number of the IF driver is not
unique.
Set an unique port number for the I/F driver.
138
The remote desktop table is not registered.
Register the remote desktop table with the
specified number.
139
The remote desktop table is not set correctly.
Check the remote desktop table settings again.
(Check, for example, whether an unregistered
remote desktop table number is specified.)
140
The I/F driver version of MONITOUCH does not
match the version of the MONITOUCH system
program.
Check that the MONITOUCH system program
(SYSTEM PROG.) version is compatible with
the device connected, and if necessary, update
the system program version.
141*
Multi-link 2 connection is set.
Contact your local distributor.
Appendix 7
Error No.
Problem
Error
Solution
142
I/F driver not registered
Transfer the I/F driver.
Check the memory of the item.
143
Device memory maps in the buffering area
setting are not set.
Check the device memory map setting, and set
correctly.
145
The setting number of a device memory map in
the buffering area setting is not unique.
Check that each device memory map number is
unique in the buffering area setting, and set
correctly.
146*
Device memory map memory setting error
Contact your local distributor.
150
Ladder monitor program is not registered.
Transfer the ladder monitor program (.ldpA).
151
Ladder monitor program: Model setting error
Check the PLC model of the device connected,
and transfer the screen data again.
152
Ladder monitor program: Unsupported
language
Check the MONITOUCH model and the
language used in the screen data, and set
correctly.
155
FROM data unregistered
The “default.dtm” file is not transferred though
[
Use Internal Flash ROM as Back-up Area]
is checked in the [General Settings] dialog
([System Setting] → [Unit Setting]).
As another possibility, no port number table is
Use Port Number Table] is
found though [
checked in the [Device Connection Setting].
When this item is checked, the screen data
capacity of the Main Menu screen becomes 128
kB smaller than the case where it is not
checked. Check the setting.
If the capacity is not reduced, contact your local
distributor.
156
“Backup area” and “port number table” cannot
be used at the same time.
Use Internal Flash ROM as Back-up Area]
[
is checked in the [General Settings] dialog
([System Setting] → [Unit Setting]), and at the
Use Port Number Table] is
same time [
checked in the [Communication Setting] tab
window of [Device Connection Setting] dialog.
It is not possible to use both functions at the
same time. Uncheck either item, and transfer
screen data again.
157
Some port numbers in the port number table are
duplicate.
Be sure to set unique port numbers when the
port number table is changed using the
FROM_WR macro command.
158
The model set for ladder monitor program is not
consistent with the one for ladder data.
Transfer the ladder data (.ldmA) of the correct
model.
159
PLC ladder data is illegal.
Transfer the ladder data (.ldmA) again.
160
The SRAM area size exceeds the available
range.
Check the SRAM/clock setting.
161
The SRAM area is not formatted.
Format the SRAM area on the SRAM/Clock
screen that can be displayed from the Main
Menu screen.
Check that the battery voltage is not lowered.
162
Data in the SRAM area does not match the
MONITOUCH system program version.
Check the MONITOUCH system program
version, and contact your local distributor.
163
The SRAM/clock setting does not match the
SRAM area format.
Format the SRAM area on the SRAM/Clock
screen that can be displayed from the Main
Menu screen.
164
The simulator program version does not match
the version of the MONITOUCH system
program.
Check the MONITOUCH system program
version and the compatible simulator program
versions.
165
Device memory map data is registered for a
model that does not support device memory
maps.
Delete the device memory map.
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Error
Error No.
Problem
166
The function set for the serial port is duplicated.
Solution
Error : 166 (0 : x)
Sub item number
The sub item number shows;
0: CN1
1: MJ1
2: MJ2
Specify a unique function (Simulator, etc.) for
each port.
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170
The ladder communication program is not found
in MONITOUCH.
[Use Ladder Tool] is selected in the [Device
Connection Setting] dialog, but no ladder
communication program is found in the V8
series.
When you do not execute ladder transfer,
Use Ladder Tool].
uncheck the box for [
When performing ladder transfer, transfer the
ladder communication program to
MONITOUCH.
171
The PLC model set for screen data does not
match the model of the ladder communication
program.
Transfer the ladder communication program for
the PLC model.
172
The ladder communication program is stored in
MONITOUCH.
[Use Ladder Tool] is not selected in the [Device
Connection Setting] dialog; however, the ladder
communication program is stored in
MONITOUCH.
Check the box for [Use Ladder Tool].
173
[Use Ladder Tool] is selected in the [Device
Connection Setting] dialog; however, the
connection mode other than “1:1” is selected for
[Connection Mode].
Ladder transfer supports “1:1” connection only.
When you do not execute ladder transfer,
Use Ladder Tool].
uncheck the box for [
When executing ladder transfer, select “1:1” for
[Connection Mode] in the [Communication
Setting] tab window.
174
The I/F driver that does not support ladder
communication is set.
Check that the I/F driver supports ladder
communication.
175
(V808CH only)
MONITOUCH does not support the ladder
communication.
Check the ladder communication setting.
183
The printer model is not right.
Transfer the printer driver for the model that is
set for screen data.
184
Printer driver is not found.
Transfer the printer driver.
185
(V806 only)
No option unit is installed.
Check the option unit setting in the [Edit Model
Selection] dialog ([System Setting] → [Edit
Model Selection]).
Install the option unit DU-01.
186
(V806 only)
No option unit is installed.
Remove the option unit DU-10 once and install
it again.
187
Check that the device memory map number
specified in the buffering area setting is used for
periodical writing or synchronized writing.
Check the data in the device memory map.
188
In the device memory maps specified for
periodical writing or synchronized writing, the
same memory address is specified.
Check the data in the device memory map.
189
The Japanese conversion program is not
registered in MONITOUCH.
Transfer the Japanese conversion program.
192*
I/F driver setting error
193*
The common data sheet setting is not
registered.
194*
The memory card setting is not registered.
195*
VIO input/output memory is not registered.
Contact your local distributor.
Appendix 7
Error No.
Problem
Error
Solution
196
The data stored on the CF card is not correct.
This error may relevant to the operation of
storing on CF card (data of screen, 3D parts,
etc.).
Use a CF card, on which data is stored correctly
via the CF card manager.
197
(V808CH only)
The TB2 is the port dedicated to RS-232C.
Check the port set in the screen data.
198
(V808CH only)
The TB3 is the port dedicated to RS-422 or
RS-485.
Check the port set in the screen data.
199
Multiple functions are allocated to the USB port.
Multiple functions are allocated to the USB-B
port. Use the USB port for only one of USB
simulator, PictBridge printer, and USB ladder
communication.
201*
Total byte count error
Contact your local distributor.
202
The touch switch setting is not right.
Select the touch switch type appropriate for the
MONITOUCH model.
203
The memo pad function not available with
matrix switch type is found.
Delete the item (= memo pad).
204
Manual setting type font data is not transferred.
Manual setting type font data is not transferred.
Characters in automatic setting type font are
displayed correctly; however, if not in automatic
setting type font, they are displayed in 12 points
tentatively.
Check the setting in the [Manual Font Setting]
dialog, and transfer the screen data again.
206
No sound unit is installed.
Install option unit “GU-xx”.
207
No video unit is installed.
Install option unit “GU-00” or “GU-10”.
208
There is no gateway setting.
To use the e-mail function, be sure to set
gateway on the network table (Ethernet).
209
PLC ladder data is not registered.
Transfer the ladder data (.ldmA).
214
No key code for the remote desktop window
display is registered in MONITOUCH.
Register the license key code for remote
desktop window display on the Main Menu
screen.
Version 5.4.14.0 or later (SYSTEM PROG version
1.570)
215
The SRAM area is used. Connect the battery.
Although the use of SRAM is set in the
[SRAM/Clock Setting] dialog, no battery is
connected. Connect the optional battery
(V7-BT) to the back of MONITOUCH.
216
A data sheet includes an item that cannot be
printed.
Recheck the data sheet screen. Remove the
unusable item.
Item numbers
The item number shows the editing screen or other place where the error is detected.
0 : Header
1
: Network table
2
: Buffering area
3
: Barcode
4
: Memory card
5
: External character 16
6
: External character 32
7
: Message group
8
: Dot pattern
9
: Graphic library
10 : Page block
11 : Direct block
12 : Screen block
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Error
13 : Macro block
14 : Data block
15 : Data sheet page
16 : Multi-overlap
17 : Screen
18 : Function switch
19 : Screen library
20 : Expansion data
21 : Device memory map
22 : Expanded font
23 : Alarm mask data
24 : SRAM
25 : Bitmap area
26 : CF attribute table
27 : Print format
28 : Tag table
29 : Slave communication memory table
30 : WAV file table
31 : JPEG table
32 : Animation table
33 : Comment table
34 : Windows font table
35 : Windows font table (message)
36 : Windows font table (characters)
37 : Extended message, comment table
50 : I/F driver
52 : Remote desktop table
70 : No optional driver provided
90 : Error detection in RUN mode
Sub item numbers
The sub item number shows the number of the editing screen detecting the error.
• Buffering area: -1 = common item, 0 to 11 = buffer No.
• Message: Message group No.
• For graphic library, the library linear number is shown.
Graphic group No. × 256 + No. in the group
• Device memory map: xyy (x = PLC1 to 8, yy = table No.)
• I/F driver: 1 to 8 = PLC1 to 8, 9 = simulator
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