CCM2 Point Configuration Notes

GE Fanuc programmable controllers follow the same basic addressing scheme. The address of a point is specified by selecting a memory type, a location in the memory type, and for Boolean points, a bit offset.

The range of addresses for each memory type varies from controller to controller and depends on the model and its configuration (for example, the amount of memory installed in the controller). Ranges are not checked during Point configuration. If you enter a Point address that is out of range (such as R2000 on a controller that has Registers 1-1024), run-time errors will occur. Generally, a point with a bad address displays the unavailable value. For CimView screens, the unavailable value is the default text for the point. For Point Control Panel, the unavailable value is ******.

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Register memory addressing.

Input/output memory addressing.

CCM2 point configuration.

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