Warning! Backlight needs
Clock data input out of range
Unnecessary file deleted to create
The read alarm log file has a different
number of alarm points.
Unable to read/write alarm log files
under different projects.
File conversion failed.
Insufficient SRAM capacity.
Error in SRAM.
Failed to write data.
Data error in SRAM. Check the
Cannot access the files.
Check the memory card.
Cannot access Files. Check the
Cannot open image file.
Image file error or invalid file format.
Install the font appropriate for the
specified system language.
Files for the extended system
application are missing.
Capacity shortage of user memory
Newly readable records do not exist.
The specified record name is invalid.
Check the record name.
Recipe is in process. Cannot operate
the recipe file.
Selected recipe setting is not the
recipe file operation target.
Abnormal Advanced recipe file
The dedicated GS is notifying that the backlight power on addition time has
reached the set time or more.
Please consult your local Mitsubishi service center or representative.
The GOT can be restored by executing the addition times reset function. The GOT
can also be restored by turning off the notification signal manually. In such a case,
turn it OFF after setting a value greater than the addition time.
The value that is input as clock data is out of the input enabled range.
In this case, the input value is not accepted.
Confirm the input range of the value to be input as clock data, and input the proper
The old file of different contents has been deleted and a new file has been created.
Note that the old file is deleted and the new file is created if the file of the same
name with different contents exists when creating files.
When the alarm settings (including the number of monitored alarms and the
hierarchy) are changed, the alarm log file before the change is read, but alarms are
collected according to the new settings.
An alarm displayed after the change may differ from one before the change.
Delete the alarm log file as necessary.
Unable to read the alarm log file saved by the different project.
Confirm the alarm log file and where to store the alarm log file.
The file specified for the file conversion does not exist.
Check the settings for specifying a file to be converted.
The capacity for the SRAM user area is insufficient.
Confirm the available memory in the SRAM user area.
The error may be caused by a failure in the GOT main unit.
Contact your local Mitsubishi representative.
Error in SRAM data due to battery voltage low, etc.
Confirm the battery status.
Check if the file name is appropriate.
The file name contains invalid characters.
For the character type and the number of characters available for file names, refer
to the following.
GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual
Insert a SD card or USB memory.
Close the SD card cover to make the SD card accessable.
If the SD card or USB memory have unnecessary files, delete the files.
Check if the target file is stored in the SD card or USB memory.
• Confirm whether image files in the SD card or USB memory are normal.
• Confirm whether any image file of invalid format is stored.
No font appropriate for the system language specified at the system language
switching is installed.
Install the appropriate font.
Install again system application (extended function) that you failed to execute.
There is no empty area/space in D drive.
Format the D drive in the memory to secure free area.
The space for reading records is insufficient.
Delete unnecessary records.
A blank record with no name and device value does not exist.
Set such a blank record in advance.
Another recipe processing is in progress.
After the processing is complete, perform the recipe file operation again.
The specified recipe setting has no G2P recipe file.
Specify a G2P file.
Recipe cannot be executed for recipe file with incorrect contents. Delete the recipe
file from the SD card or USB memory.
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