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Hello everyone, I need some help with ACC65E recognization. I'm using a Power PMAC 465 CPU with 4 ACC24E3s and an ACC65E on a 3U UMAC rack. The thing is, ACC 65E cannot be recognized in the IDE, while 4 ACC24E3 are successfully shown. I have switched different slots, but nothing happens. 

According to manual, I have set ALL SW1 switches to ON, and then finished the declaration of the pointer as the manual said.

PTR Input1->ACC65E[0].DataReg[0].0.1;

PTR Input2->ACC65E[0].DataReg[0].1.1;



PTR Output1->ACC65E[0].DataReg[3].0.1;

PTR Output2->ACC65E[0].DataReg[3].1.1;

With this fonfiguration, I got "stdin:7:26: Struct Write Gate Part Number Error" when output was written to 1, and "input1=nan" when reading input1.

Is there anything I can do to fix this? Thanks a lot!


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On 7/15/2023 at 2:21 AM, vittacute said:

to resolve this issue, you can either upgrade the Power PMAC 465 CPU to a model that supports the FINS protocol, or you can use a different digital input/output module that is compatible with the Power PMAC 465 CPU.

Here are some other possible solutions:

  • Check the wiring between the ACC65E and BADLINK.
  •  Make sure that the wiring is correct and that the connections are secure.
  • Try resetting the ACC65E and the Power PMAC 465 CPU. This may clear any errors that are preventing the ACC65E from being recognized.
  • Contact OMRON technical support for assistance. They may be able to provide additional troubleshooting tips or help you find a compatible digital input/output module.

I hope this helps!

Thank you for the information!

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