Error Codes (myRIO Toolkit and roboRIO Toolkit)

LabVIEW 2015 roboRIO Toolkit Help

Edition Date: June 2015

Part Number: 374999A-01

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The myRIO VIs and the roboRIO VIs can return the following error codes. Refer to the KnowledgeBase for more information about correcting errors in LabVIEW.

Code Description
−363034 The number of elements to write that you specify in Values is out of range. Values is a 2D array. The number of elements in each row represents the number of samples you want to write to each analog output channel. Ensure this number is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 10,000.
−363033 An unknown error occurred. Possible reason: the joystick device may not function correctly.
−363032 Unsupported device type. Ensure that you connect a joystick device to the myRIO or the roboRIO.
−363031 Joystick device not found. Ensure that you specify a correct device ID.
−363030 Memory allocation failed. Possible reason: one or more programs are causing insufficient system resources. Close some programs or restart the myRIO or the roboRIO.
−363029 The write buffer has overflowed. Specify a longer interval between write operations or set Wait Until Done? to TRUE.
−363028 The current personality is incompatible with the peripheral. To change the personality, right-click the myRIO or the roboRIO target in the Project Explorer window, select Switch FPGA Personality, and select an available personality from the shortcut menu.
−363027 The number of samples to read must be greater than 0 and less than or equal to 10,000.
−363026 Cannot create the timer interrupt with the specified Timer ID. Possible reasons: the specified Timer ID is out of range; you have already created a timer interrupt with the same timer ID. Specify a Timer ID within the range [0, 7] or destroy the created timer interrupt with the same timer ID.
−363025 Cannot register the interrupt with the specified IRQ Number. Possible reasons: the specified IRQ Number is out of range; you have already registered an interrupt with the same interrupt number. Specify an IRQ Number within the range [0, 7] or unregister the interrupt with the same interrupt number.
−363024 Cannot register the interrupt with the specified Channel Name. You have already registered an interrupt with the same channel name. Specify another value for Channel Name or unregister the interrupt with the same channel name.
−363023 The FPGA reference is already set and cannot be overwritten.
−363022 The input FPGA reference is invalid. Ensure that the input custom FPGA reference is correct for the FPGA target.
−363021 The specified channel has been opened with a different configuration that you cannot change at run time.
−363020 A timeout occurred while waiting for the myRIO or the roboRIO to initialize. Some of the I/O channels may not function correctly.
−363019 The number of scaling constant values provided does not match the number of channels that you specified.
−363018 Cannot write to the channel that you specified because the channel can only be an input.
−363017 The requested frequency is outside the range of supported frequencies and has been coerced to the closest supported frequency within the range.
−363016 Cannot reset the channel output because the channel was set to allow opening for multiple times.
−363015 Cannot open one or more channels that you specified with allow multiple opens? set to TRUE because the channel was already opened with allow multiple opens? set to FALSE.
−363014 There was an error during the code generation. Reinstall the LabVIEW myRIO Toolkit or the LabVIEW roboRIO Toolkit.
−363013 A timeout occurred during the last I2C read/write operation.
−363012 A No Acknowledge (NAK) bit was received from the slave device after the last data transmission.
−363011 A No Acknowledge (NAK) bit was received from the slave device after the last address transmission.
−363010 There are no channels specified to open. You must specify at least one channel in channel name.
−363009 One or more of the channels opened cannot be closed correctly. Check the corresponding open VI to ensure that you opened and/or configured the channels correctly.
−363008 One or more of the channels that you specified were already configured for use as a different I/O type.
−363007 Cannot open one or more of the channels that you specified with allow multiple opens? set to FALSE because the channel was already opened.
−363006 An overflow occurred in the encoder counter while the overflow flag was still set.
−363005 An invalid transition occurred in the quadrature encoder. Ensure that you have connected the hardware correctly and the encoder is not turning too fast.
−363004 The number of values to write must match the number of channels that you specify for the write operation.
−363003 One or more of the channels that you specified to read or write are not supported. Check to see if the channels that you specified are available on the myRIO or the roboRIO that you are using.
−363002 One or more of the channels that you specified are invalid. Ensure that all channel names that you enter correspond to the right type of channel and do not contain unnecessary characters or spaces.
−363001 The myRIO or the roboRIO is not configured. You must use the open VIs to open a reference to an I/O channel before using the channel. This error can occur if you attempt to run a myRIO VI or a roboRIO VI within the main application instance or under My Computer without specifying the target version of the myRIO or the roboRIO; or if you attempt to run a myRIO VI or a roboRIO VI on an RT target that is not on a myRIO or a roboRIO.
−363000 The target is unknown. This error occurs when you attempt to run a myRIO VI or a roboRIO VI on an RT target that is not on a myRIO or a roboRIO.

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