Why are the inputs 8100 and 8101 continously "high" in my fupla file?

FAQ #101363

It is possible to use the interrupt inputs (Int0 = i 8100; Int1 = i 8101) of a PCD2.M5xxx or PCD3.Mxxxx as normal input without using the corresponding interrupt XOB.

 

Symptom
When using I8100 or I8101 in Fupla they are high ("1") even no tension is applied on them; the visualized states of these inputs in a fupla page don't correspond to the real state on the contact Int0 and Int1.

Reason
The reason for this situation is that Fupla does not correctly show the states.

Solutions

  • Work-around
    In Fupla page you can add an "Binary Move" Fbox and use the output of this one as state of input 8100 (8101) as shown below  
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  • In PG5 2.0 this problem is corrected in PG5 2.0 SP1 (PG5 2.0.150)
  • For PG5 1.4 no correction is foreseen; the work-around explained above can be used in order to visualize the states of the I/O.

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Last update: 20.05.2015 11:13

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