FAQ# MTN-7N9NMZ Published: 03/18/2013

Question:In MotionWorks IEC, what causes the Misaligned Datatype error and how can it be resolved?
Answer:The Misaligned Datatype error occurs when a variable is assigned to a hardware location such as %I or %Q, and the specified address is not in alignment with the starting address of the I/O driver.

To see an example and for further information, please see the attached .PDF file.

Product Information:

Product Group:Motion
Product:MotionWorks IEC, MP2000iec Series, MP2300Siec, MP2310iec, MP2600iec, MP3200iec
Applications:
Category:Instructions; Programming; Software; Troubleshooting
Part/Model#: MotionWorks IEC, MotionWorks IEC Pro, MP2300Siec, MP2310iec, MP2600iec, MP3200iec

Other Information:

Link to related files:MTN-7N9NMZ.pdf

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