If you look at Help you'll see that %S18 directly addresses our overflow error. However, if you read towards the bottom you'll see the following:
"When the %S18 bit switches to 1, the application stops in error state if the %S78 bit has been set to 1".
%S78 is the "halt if error" occurs. You could try writing a 0 to %S78 so that if the error occurs (i.e. overflow) at %S18 then it won't make any difference because the conditional bit (%S78) is not set to 1.
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Hello. Actually there is a lot of information out there. Hopefully I can shed some light.. The actual Machine Expert Help file is stored online (see link below) https://product-help.schneider-electric.com/Machine%20Expert/V1.2/LandingPages/en/index.html For the sake of learning Machine Expert and getting off the ground running, you might also try YouTube. Lots of helpful videos there. Moreover, in the somewhat recent days Schneider actually made the name change of this software to EcoStruxure Machine Expert from SoMachine v4.3. Both of these IDEs are CODESYS platforms so you might also try that in your web search terms as well. Keep in mind, however, that the LMC motion controllers were actually from a vein of controllers that originitated from ELAU (Schneider acquired them). Up until EcoStruxure Machine Expert, those controllers were actually programmed in a software platform called SoMachine Motion. It was similar to SoMachine v4.3 but had all of the high level motion components and higher level controllers than SoMachine v4.3. EcoStruxure Machine Expert is, now, the vehicle that merged the two under one platform (FAQ link below details this a little). https://www.se.com/ww/en/faqs/FA380778/ The reason I mention all of this is that knowing this might help you in your efforts to find answers that you're after now that you know where it all came from. Knowing WHAT to search is oftentimes everything. Mathias
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