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Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Ethernet Driver Help

Unable to read '<count>' element(s) starting at '<tag address>' on device '<device name>'. Block does not support multi-element arrays. Block Deactivated

Error Type: Warning

Possible Cause:

A read request for tags <tag address> to <tag address>+<count> failed because the driver does not support multi-element array access to the given Controller Tag.

Solution:

Change the data type or address for tags within this block to one that is supported. In response to this error, <count> elements of the block will be deactivated; thus, it will not be processed again.

See Also: Addressing Atomic Data Types

Write Errors The following error/warning messages may be generated. Click on the link for a description of the message.

Write Errors

Unable to write to '<tag address>' on device '<device name>' Unable to write to tag '<tag address>' on device '<device name>'. [CIP Error=<code>, Ext. Status=<code>] Unable to write to tag '<tag address>' on device '<device name>'. Controller Tag data type '<type>' unknown Unable to write to tag '<tag address>' on device '<device name>'. Data type '<type>' is illegal for this tag Unable to write to tag '<tag address>' on device '<device name>'. Data type '<type>' not supported Unable to write to tag '<tag address>' on device '<device name>'. Tag does not support multi- element arrays Write request for tag '<tag address>' on device '<device name>' failed due to a framing error

Unable to write to '<tag address>' on device '<device name>'

Error Type: Warning

Possible Cause:

  • 1.

    The Ethernet connection between the device and the Host PC is broken.

  • 2.

    The communication parameters for the Ethernet connection are incorrect.

  • 3.

    The named device may have been assigned an incorrect IP address.

Solution:

  • 1.

    Verify the cabling between the PC and the device.

  • 2.

    Verify that the correct port has been specified for the named device.

  • 3.

    Verify that the IP address given to the named device matches that of the actual device.

Unable to write to tag '<tag address>' on device '<device name>'. [CIP Error=<code>, Ext. Status=<code>]

Error Type: Warning

Possible Cause:

The device returned an error within the CIP portion of the Ethernet/IP packet during a write request for the specified tag.

Solution:

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