Graphic Editor – Using PIN designations
A description of this resolution:
- Using configuration (^GK) or line connection (^LE), wire the input that has the incorrect PIN designation to the correct value.
"Graphic Editor – Using PIN designations" resolves the following:
- Service Station
If a PIN designation (e. g. 1.2e08) is incorrectly entered on a function block in an I/O configuration with a line connection (^LE), a binary input will automatically generate a bit selection (B00). Once a help text has been entered vie the configuration of this input (^GK), the bit selection may be deleted in certain circumstances.
The underlying cause is:
- Linking an I/O function module with a PIN designation
Linking a PIN designation with another module is in most cases avoided by means of an error message. In the following three cases, however, such a link is not prevented:
Linking the input of the module BAUS-I with a PIN designation is desired and thus correct.
Linking an input of a binary module (e.g. ODER) with a PIN designation results in an automatically entered bit selection (B00) on this input. Entering a help text on this input does not deleted the bit selection. A valid OP code is generated for the module which does not result in the failure of the module. However the desired function does not occur.
The link is made as under Point 2. Entering the help text does however result in the deletion of the bit selection. In this case an invalid OP code is generated and the module fails.
The following function blocks can be affected causal:
All structure function blocks of the CAR 11 module
BAUS-S Binary Output System
BITAUS Bit Output
BITEIN Bit Input
3CAR-EIN Binary Input
3CAR-SBE Binary Input
4CAR-EIN Binary Input
4CAR-SBE Binary Input