No wired input: Module 1,01,02 Block 1001 FC 66
This message means that a block has been found that has no input attached to it. You normally can ignore these messages as a cosmetic issue.
We have seen that this condition can be caused in WinCAD and DOS CADEWS by connecting a source to a F(x) block, then deleting the line. The result is that S1 has a value 0. Composer restores the value to 5.
With some older firmware revisions, it is possible that the configuration will compile cleanly, but will not run when it is loaded into the module.
This message shows a cosmetic issue that is probably not an error. It may be used to make the system tidier.
Please contact us for help resolving your error messages.
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