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Analog control - intelligent function module.
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Error code
Error name
19DH
Digital filter setting range
error
19EH
Digital filter fluctuation width
setting range error
1A0H
Scaling enable/disable
setting range error
1A2H
Scaling upper/lower limit
value setting error
1A5H
Digital clipping enable/
disable setting range error
1B0H
Alert output setting (Process
alarm) range error
1BH
Process alarm upper lower
limit value setting range error
1B8H
Alert output setting (Rate
alarm) range error
1B9H
Rate alarm alert detection
cycle setting range error
1BAH
Rate alarm upper/lower limit
setting value inversion error
1C0H
Input signal error detection
setting range error
1C1H
Input signal error detection
setting value range error
1C6H
Disconnection detection
enabled range setting range
error
1D0H
Logging enable/disable
setting range error
1D1H
Logging cycle setting value
range error
1D2H
Logging cycle setting disable
error
1D3H
Logging data setting range
error
1D4H
Post-trigger logging points
setting range error
1D5H
Level trigger condition setting
range error
1 FX5-4AD
104
1.10 Troubleshooting
Description and cause
When the digital filter is set in CH Averaging
processing specification, a value other than 1 to
1600 is set in CH Digital filter setting.
When the digital filter is set in CH Averaging
processing specification, CH Digital filter
fluctuation width setting is set to a value other
than 80 to 200000 or a value below "Number of
A/D conversion enabled channels  Conversion
speed (s)".
A value other than 0 and 1 is set in CH
Scaling enable/disable setting.
CH Scaling upper limit value and CH
Scaling lower limit value are set as the scaling
upper limit value = the scaling lower limit value.
A value other than 0 and 1 is set in CH Digital
clipping enable/disable setting.
A value other than 0 and 1 is set in CH Alert
output setting (Process alarm).
The values not satisfying the following condition
are set in CH Process alarm upper upper limit
value to CH Process alarm lower lower limit
value:
Upper upper limit value  Upper lower limit
value  Lower upper limit value  Lower lower
limit value
indicates that the set values are as follows:
1: Process alarm lower lower limit value >
Process alarm lower upper limit value
2: Process alarm lower upper limit value >
Process alarm upper lower limit value
3: Process alarm upper lower limit value >
Process alarm upper upper limit value
A value other than 0 and 1 is set in CH Alert
output setting (Rate alarm).
A value other than 1 to 32000 is set in CH
Rate alarm alert detection cycle setting.
CH Rate alarm upper limit value and CH
Rate alarm lower limit value are set as Lower
limit value  Upper limit value.
A value other than 0 to 4 is set in CH Input
signal error detection setting.
A value other than 0 to 250 is set in CH Input
signal error detection setting.
CH Input signal error detection setting is set in
Simple disconnection detection, and the Input
range is set in other than the following:
• 4 to 20 mA
• 1 to 5 V
A value other than 0 and 1 is set in CH
Logging enable/disable setting.
A value out of the range is set in CH Logging
cycle setting value and/or CH Logging cycle
unit setting.
CH Logging cycle setting value and CH
Logging cycle unit setting are set so that the set
logging cycle falls below the conversion cycle.
A value other than 0 and 1 is set in CH
Logging data setting.
A value other than 1 to 10000 is set in CH
Post-trigger logging points.
A value other than 0 to 3 is set in CH Level
trigger condition setting.
Corrective action
Set a value of 1 to 1600 in CH Digital filter setting.
For the CH Digital filter fluctuation width setting,
set a value of 80 to 200000 that equals to or larger
than "Number of A/D conversion enabled channels 
Conversion speed (s)"
Set 0 or 1 in CH Scaling enable/disable setting.
Set CH Scaling upper limit value and CH Scaling
lower limit value as the scaling upper limit value 
the scaling lower limit value.
Set CH Digital clipping enable/disable setting to 0
or 1.
Set 0 or 1 in CH Alert output setting (Process
alarm).
Set CH Process alarm upper upper limit value to
CH Process alarm lower lower limit value so that
the values satisfy the following condition:
Upper upper limit value  Upper lower limit value 
Lower upper limit value  Lower lower limit value
Set 0 or 1 in CH Alert output setting (Rate alarm).
Set a value of 1 to 32000 in CH Rate alarm alert
detection cycle setting.
Set CH Rate alarm upper limit value and CH
Rate alarm lower limit value as Lower limit value <
Upper limit value again.
Set CH Input signal error detection setting value to
0 to 4.
Set CH Input signal error detection setting value to
0 to 250.
For channels for simple disconnection detection
using the input signal error detection function, set
Input range setting to either of the following again.
• 4 to 20 mA
• 1 to 5 V
Set 0 or 1 in CH Logging enable/disable setting.
Set the value(s) within the range in one or both of
CH Logging cycle setting value and CH Logging
cycle unit setting.
Set CH Logging cycle setting value and CH
Logging cycle unit setting so that the logging cycle is
the conversion cycle of the object to be logged or
more.
Set 0 or 1 in CH Logging data setting.
Set a value of 1 to 10000 in CH Post-trigger
logging points.
Set a value of 0 to 3 in CH Level trigger condition
setting.

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