Parameter access error
Slave module status error
Same ID used error
No ID setting error
Backup data error
The parameter access signal sent by the master module is corrupt.
Check that none of the following errors have occurred. ( Page
66, Section 8.5 (2) (c))
• Slave module hardware error
• Slave module status error
• Same ID used error
When none of the above have occurred, check that there is no
influence from noise.
The slave module has notified of error status. Check the target
module's status details and solve the problem.
The same ID (address) has been set to some of the connected slave
Check Number of the alarm IDs (Un\G9984) and Alarm ID
information storage area (Un\G9985 to Un\G10112) to find out the
error ID. Check the ID (address) of the slave module, and then set a
There is a slave module with no address setting. Perform the
• Set the address of the slave module.
• Set the address of the slave module to a value other than 255.
Data backed up in the SD memory card of the CPU module has been
damaged. Check that there is no influence from noise, and perform
• Reset the CPU module or power off and on the system, and then
• Use normal backup data, and restore the data.
• Disable the write protect switch of the SD memory card (write
If the error occurs again, the SD memory card may be in failure.
Please consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
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set the CPU module to the RUN state again.