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Error Messages

Explore the possible S7 Excel Connect error messages below. Click on the error message to expand the full description.

Global Errors

#ARR:N/S! – Arrays Not Supported

Possible Cause

  • Your actual Excel version does not support arrays.

Solution

  • Upgrade your Excel version to Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Office 2021 or higher.

Argument Errors

#ARG:IP! – Invalid IP Address

Possible Cause

  • The given IP address is not a valid IPv4 address.

Solution

  • Enter a valid IPv4 address.

#ARG:CPU! – Invalid CPU Type

Possible Cause

  • The given CPU Type is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid CPU type.

#ARG:RACK! – Invalid Rack Number

Possible Cause

  • The given rack number is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid rack number.

#ARG:SLOT! – Invalid Slot Number

Possible Cause

  • The given slot number is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid slot number.

#ARG:INPUT! – Invalid Input Number

Possible Cause

  • The given input number is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid input number.

#ARG:OUTPUT! – Invalid Output Number

Possible Cause

  • The given output number is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid output number.

#ARG:DBNO! – Invalid Datablock Number

Possible Cause

  • The given datablock number is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid datablock number.

#ARG:DBADDRESS! – Invalid Datablock Address

Possible Cause

  • The given datablock address is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid datablock address.

#ARG:MARKER! – Invalid Marker Number

Possible Cause

  • The given marker number is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid marker number

#ARG:COUNTER! – Invalid Counter Number

Possible Cause

  • The given counter number is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid counter number.

#ARG:TIMER! – Invalid Timer Number

Possible Cause

  • The given timer number is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid timer number.

#ARG:DATATYPE! – Invalid Datatype

Possible Cause

  • The given datatype is not valid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid datatype.

#ARG:DATATYPE/MATCH! – Datatype - CPU Mismatch

Possible Cause

  • The given datatype is valid but cannot be used in combination with the given CPU type.

Solution

  • Change the datatype.
  • Change the CPU Type.

#ARG:BIT! – Invalid Bit Number

Possible Cause

  • The given bit number is invalid.

Solution

  • Enter a valid bit number.

#ARG:VALUE! – Invalid Set Value

Possible Cause

  • The given value is not valid in combination with the given datatype.

Solution

  • Enter a valid value for the given datatype.
  • Change the datatype to match with the given value.