Creating fault messages

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MessagesET/MT-3x6 (2x8) - SeriesFault messagesCreate a fault message

 

For Falcon see >>.

 

For creating a new fault message, use the object explorer under Fault messages.

 

There are three ways available to create fault messages.

 

Variant 1)

 

ObjctExpl_messages

 

Click the symbol of a fault message.
Press the right mouse button.
Select the menu item "New" in the context menu.

 

CntxtMnu_NewFaultMessage

 

Variant 2)

 

ObjctExpl_messages

 

Click the symbol of a fault message.
Press the shortcut "Ctrl.+I"

 

Variant 3)

 

ObjctExpl_messages

 

Click the symbol of a fault message.
Open the "Edit" menu.
Select the menu item "New"

 

Mnu_EditNew

 

The basis dialogue of the fault messages is displayed.

 

Dlg_FlcnFaultMsg

 

 

Description of properties:

 

Name:

Name which can be selected freely for the fault message

Accept the proposed name for the fault message or change it. The name can also be changed later.

Message text:

Text displayed when activating the fault message.

Enter the requested text 1) of the fault message in this field.

Group:

For improving clarity, fault messages can be assigned to different groups.

Fault messages can be assigned to groups. This assignment improves the clarity of the project. Furthermore sorting and copying according to groups is possible.

Comment:

Arbitrary comment for information purposes.

Information regarding the field can be entered in the comment field. Comments are used for explanation purposes in SPSPlusWIN

Process connection:

Information on the planned process connection

The process connection shown provides information on the address used by the variable.

 

 

1)

The length of the fault message depends on the target device.

 

Name:

Group:

Message text:

Priority:

Number:

Process connection:

Comment:

 

 

OPTIONS area:

Printer

History

Horn

Lamp

Relay

 

 

In order to enable the horn and the lamp, System variables have been reserved which you can program via the "System > Configuration > Target device" dialogue.

 

see also:

cicon2 Variables in fault messages

 

cicon2 Fault message area, Process connection for enabling fault messages

cicon2 Acknowledgement range, Acknowledgment range for enabling operating messages.

 

 

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