AnyWireASLINK version compatibility inspection executing flag: XD
This signal turns on when the AnyWireASLINK version compatibility inspection is started.
■Turning off of 'AnyWireASLINK version compatibility inspection executing flag' (XD)
'AnyWireASLINK version compatibility inspection executing flag' (XD) turns off when both of the following conditions are met.
• The AnyWireASLINK version compatibility inspection has completed.
• 'AnyWireASLINK version compatibility inspection command' (YD) is turned on and off.
Adjustment mode executing flag: XF
This flag turns on when the ASLINKMONITOR is in the adjustment mode.
The parameter access stops during the adjustment mode.
■Turning off of 'Adjustment mode executing flag (XF)'
'Adjustment mode executing flag (XF)' turns off when the following conditions are met.
• The ASLINKMONITOR is turned into the normal mode.
• The ASLINKMONITOR in the adjustment mode is disconnected.
Slave module alarm signal: X10
This signal turns on when any of the following errors occurs.
• A status error, such as an I/O disconnection or short circuit, occurs in a slave module.
• An error occurs in the slave module address setting.
• When a slave module is replaced using the easy replacement function for one slave module, the model name of the new
slave module is different from that of the old slave module.
For details on the target slave module's addresses and alarms, refer to 'Number of the alarm IDs' (Un\G9984) and 'Alarm ID
information storage area' (Un\G9985 to Un\G10112). ( Page 102 Number of the alarm IDs, Page 103 Alarm ID
information storage area)
■Turning off of 'Slave module alarm signal' (X10)
After eliminating the status error of the slave module or setting the address of the slave module again, perform either of the
following operations. Until then, 'Slave module alarm signal' (X10) remains on.
• Reset the CPU module or power off and on the system.
• Turn on and off 'Error flag clear command' (Y0).
For how to eliminate the status error in the slave module, refer to the following.
Page 80 List of Error Codes
Appendix 2 I/O Signals