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EcoStruxure Machine Expert - IO Mapping

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EcoStruxure Machine Expert - IO Mapping

What is the best way to map physical inputs and outputs to global variables?

 

If we use the following example in the GVL folder, we get a warning.

 

G_xDI_LowFilmLeftMandrelSensor AT %IX2.0 : BOOL;

 

(Your controller contains direct addressing of your controller inputs and/or outputs. (%IX, %IB.............) Please read and apply information provided in the release notes.  Schneider recommends the use of symbolic addressing for more flexible modification and maintenance.  Failure to follow these instructions could result in death........)

 

Are there any templates available for the TM262 like there are for the PacDrive 3?

 

 

 

 

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VaughnKretzmann
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Re: EcoStruxure Machine Expert - IO Mapping

We are using Machine Expert V1.25, if we check in the release notes, it looks like this is an anomaly that was supposed to be corrected.

 

OEM00077734 /
OEM00074209 /
PLAT-98

 

When using direct addressing in the EcoStruxure Machine Expert project, an advisory
message was displayed everytime you performed a build (F11) of the project. This dialog
box had to be confirmed by pressing Alt + F.

 

Please can you confirm if the warning we experience is an actual problem or an anomaly warning we should ignore?

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