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| Hex: 0x01
 
| Hex: 0x01
 
Dec: 1
 
Dec: 1
 +
LabVIEW: 7001
 
| Not Permitted  
 
| Not Permitted  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|-
 
|-
 
| NOENT  
 
| NOENT  
|Hex: 0x02
+
| Hex: 0x02
 
Dec: 2
 
Dec: 2
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LabVIEW: 7002
 
| No Such Entity  
 
| No Such Entity  
 
|  
 
|  
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|Hex: 0x03
 
|Hex: 0x03
 
Dec: 3
 
Dec: 3
 +
LabVIEW: 7003
 
| Timed Out  
 
| Timed Out  
 
| This can happen for a number of common reasons:
 
| This can happen for a number of common reasons:
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|Hex: 0x3A
 
|Hex: 0x3A
 
Dec: 58
 
Dec: 58
 +
LabVIEW: 7058
 
| Keep Alive Failure  
 
| Keep Alive Failure  
 
|  
 
|  
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| 0Hex: 0x04
 
| 0Hex: 0x04
 
Dec: 4
 
Dec: 4
 +
LabVIEW: 7004
 
| Op Interrupted  
 
| Op Interrupted  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x05
 
| Hex: 0x05
 
Dec: 5
 
Dec: 5
 +
LabVIEW: 7005
 
| IO Issue  
 
| IO Issue  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x06
 
| Hex: 0x06
 
Dec: 6
 
Dec: 6
 +
LabVIEW: 7006
 
| Memory Issue  
 
| Memory Issue  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x07
 
| Hex: 0x07
 
Dec: 7
 
Dec: 7
 +
LabVIEW: 7007
 
| Access (Permission) Issue  
 
| Access (Permission) Issue  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x08
 
| Hex: 0x08
 
Dec: 8
 
Dec: 8
 +
LabVIEW: 7008
 
| Address Issue  
 
| Address Issue  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x09
 
| Hex: 0x09
 
Dec: 9
 
Dec: 9
 +
LabVIEW: 7009
 
| Resource Busy  
 
| Resource Busy  
 
| The Phidget you are trying to open is already open elsewhere.
 
| The Phidget you are trying to open is already open elsewhere.
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| Hex: 0x0a
 
| Hex: 0x0a
 
Dec: 10
 
Dec: 10
 +
LabVIEW: 7010
 
| Object Exists  
 
| Object Exists  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x0b
 
| Hex: 0x0b
 
Dec: 11
 
Dec: 11
 +
LabVIEW: 7011
 
| Object is not a directory  
 
| Object is not a directory  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x0c
 
| Hex: 0x0c
 
Dec: 12
 
Dec: 12
 +
LabVIEW: 7012
 
| Object is a directory  
 
| Object is a directory  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x0d
 
| Hex: 0x0d
 
Dec: 13
 
Dec: 13
 +
LabVIEW: 7013
 
| Invalid  
 
| Invalid  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x0e
 
| Hex: 0x0e
 
Dec: 14
 
Dec: 14
 +
LabVIEW: 7014
 
| Too many open files in system  
 
| Too many open files in system  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x0f
 
| Hex: 0x0f
 
Dec: 15
 
Dec: 15
 +
LabVIEW: 7015
 
| Too many open files  
 
| Too many open files  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x10
 
| Hex: 0x10
 
Dec: 16
 
Dec: 16
 +
LabVIEW: 7016
 
| Not enough space  
 
| Not enough space  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x11
 
| Hex: 0x11
 
Dec: 17
 
Dec: 17
 +
LabVIEW: 7017
 
| File too Big  
 
| File too Big  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x12
 
| Hex: 0x12
 
Dec: 18
 
Dec: 18
 +
LabVIEW: 7018
 
| Read Only Filesystem  
 
| Read Only Filesystem  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x13
 
| Hex: 0x13
 
Dec: 19
 
Dec: 19
 +
LabVIEW: 7019
 
| Read Only Object  
 
| Read Only Object  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x14
 
| Hex: 0x14
 
Dec: 20
 
Dec: 20
 +
LabVIEW: 7020
 
| Operation Not Supported  
 
| Operation Not Supported  
 
| This error is thrown when a method is called that is not supported by the Phidget hardware. For example, calling {{Code|setFanMode}} on the 1065, which has no fan. Or calling {{Code|setEnabled}} on an encoder channel that is always enabled, like the one built in to the DCC1002.
 
| This error is thrown when a method is called that is not supported by the Phidget hardware. For example, calling {{Code|setFanMode}} on the 1065, which has no fan. Or calling {{Code|setEnabled}} on an encoder channel that is always enabled, like the one built in to the DCC1002.
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| Hex: 0x15
 
| Hex: 0x15
 
Dec: 21
 
Dec: 21
 +
LabVIEW: 7021
 
| Invalid Argument  
 
| Invalid Argument  
 
| One or more of the parameters passed to the function is not accepted by the channel in its current configuration.
 
| One or more of the parameters passed to the function is not accepted by the channel in its current configuration.
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| Hex: 0x16
 
| Hex: 0x16
 
Dec: 22
 
Dec: 22
 +
LabVIEW: 7022
 
| Try again  
 
| Try again  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x1a
 
| Hex: 0x1a
 
Dec: 26
 
Dec: 26
 +
LabVIEW: 7026
 
| Not Empty  
 
| Not Empty  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x1c
 
| Hex: 0x1c
 
Dec: 28
 
Dec: 28
 +
LabVIEW: 7028
 
| Unexpected Error  
 
| Unexpected Error  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x1b
 
| Hex: 0x1b
 
Dec: 27
 
Dec: 27
 +
LabVIEW: 7027
 
| Duplicate  
 
| Duplicate  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x25
 
| Hex: 0x25
 
Dec: 37
 
Dec: 37
 +
LabVIEW: 7037
 
| Bad Credential  
 
| Bad Credential  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x2d
 
| Hex: 0x2d
 
Dec: 45
 
Dec: 45
 +
LabVIEW: 7045
 
| Network Unavailable  
 
| Network Unavailable  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x23
 
| Hex: 0x23
 
Dec: 35
 
Dec: 35
 +
LabVIEW: 7035
 
| Connection Refused  
 
| Connection Refused  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x2e
 
| Hex: 0x2e
 
Dec: 46
 
Dec: 46
 +
LabVIEW: 7046
 
| Connection Reset  
 
| Connection Reset  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x30
 
| Hex: 0x30
 
Dec: 48
 
Dec: 48
 +
LabVIEW: 7048
 
| No route to host  
 
| No route to host  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x28
 
| Hex: 0x28
 
Dec: 40
 
Dec: 40
 +
LabVIEW: 7040
 
| No Such Device  
 
| No Such Device  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x32
 
| Hex: 0x32
 
Dec: 50
 
Dec: 50
 +
LabVIEW: 7050
 
| Wrong Device  
 
| Wrong Device  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x29
 
| Hex: 0x29
 
Dec: 41
 
Dec: 41
 +
LabVIEW: 7041
 
| Broken Pipe  
 
| Broken Pipe  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x2c
 
| Hex: 0x2c
 
Dec: 44
 
Dec: 44
 +
LabVIEW: 7044
 
| Name Resolution Failure  
 
| Name Resolution Failure  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x33
 
| Hex: 0x33
 
Dec: 51
 
Dec: 51
 +
LabVIEW: 7051
 
| Unknown or Invalid Value  
 
| Unknown or Invalid Value  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x34
 
| Hex: 0x34
 
Dec: 52
 
Dec: 52
 +
LabVIEW: 7052
 
| Device not Attached  
 
| Device not Attached  
 
| This can happen for a number of common reasons:
 
| This can happen for a number of common reasons:
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| Hex: 0x35
 
| Hex: 0x35
 
Dec: 53
 
Dec: 53
 +
LabVIEW: 7053
 
| Invalid or Unexpected Packet  
 
| Invalid or Unexpected Packet  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x36
 
| Hex: 0x36
 
Dec: 54
 
Dec: 54
 +
LabVIEW: 7054
 
| Argument List Too Long  
 
| Argument List Too Long  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x37
 
| Hex: 0x37
 
Dec: 55
 
Dec: 55
 +
LabVIEW: 7055
 
| Bad Version  
 
| Bad Version  
 
| This error occurs when the version of the Phidget libraries is different than the one being used on the network server. Update both to the latest version to solve the error. If you're using [[Language_-_JavaScript|Javascript]], ensure that the same version of phidget22.min.js is being used in your working directory as the one being pointed to by the webserver in the Phidget Control Panel.
 
| This error occurs when the version of the Phidget libraries is different than the one being used on the network server. Update both to the latest version to solve the error. If you're using [[Language_-_JavaScript|Javascript]], ensure that the same version of phidget22.min.js is being used in your working directory as the one being pointed to by the webserver in the Phidget Control Panel.
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| Hex: 0x38
 
| Hex: 0x38
 
Dec: 56
 
Dec: 56
 +
LabVIEW: 7056
 
| Closed  
 
| Closed  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x39
 
| Hex: 0x39
 
Dec: 57
 
Dec: 57
 +
LabVIEW: 7057
 
| Not Configured  
 
| Not Configured  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x1f
 
| Hex: 0x1f
 
Dec: 31
 
Dec: 31
 +
LabVIEW: 7031
 
| End of File  
 
| End of File  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Hex: 0x3b
 
| Hex: 0x3b
 
Dec: 59
 
Dec: 59
 +
LabVIEW: 7059
 
| Failsafe Triggered  
 
| Failsafe Triggered  
 
| Failsafe Triggered on this channel. Close and Re-open the channel to resume operation.
 
| Failsafe Triggered on this channel. Close and Re-open the channel to resume operation.
 
|}
 
|}

Revision as of 20:20, 29 January 2020

Error Codes

This page lists all error codes with more in-depth descriptions than can be found in the Phidget22 API.

These codes are thrown as Phidget Exceptions or returned as error codes from C functions. See the Phidget22 API documentation for your device to see which error codes are supported. The error codes are generic, and the error description may contain more detailed information about the actual cause of the error.

Name Value Description Details
OK Hex: 0x00

Dec: 0

Success
PERM Hex: 0x01

Dec: 1 LabVIEW: 7001

Not Permitted
NOENT Hex: 0x02

Dec: 2 LabVIEW: 7002

No Such Entity
TIMEOUT Hex: 0x03

Dec: 3 LabVIEW: 7003

Timed Out This can happen for a number of common reasons:
  • Check that the Phidget you are trying to open is plugged in, and that the addressing parameters have been specified correctly.
  • Check that the Phidget is not already open in another program, such as the Phidget Control Panel, or another program you are developing.
  • If your Phidget has a plug or terminal block for external power, ensure it is plugged in and powered.
  • If you are using remote Phidgets, ensure that your computer can access the remote Phidgets using the Phidget Control Panel.
  • If you are using remote Phidgets, ensure you have enabled Server Discovery or added the server corresponding to the Phidget you are trying to open.
  • If you are using Network Server Discovery, try extending the timeout to allow more time for the server to be discovered.
KEEPALIVE Hex: 0x3A

Dec: 58 LabVIEW: 7058

Keep Alive Failure
INTERRUPTED 0Hex: 0x04

Dec: 4 LabVIEW: 7004

Op Interrupted
IO Hex: 0x05

Dec: 5 LabVIEW: 7005

IO Issue
NOMEMORY Hex: 0x06

Dec: 6 LabVIEW: 7006

Memory Issue
ACCESS Hex: 0x07

Dec: 7 LabVIEW: 7007

Access (Permission) Issue
FAULT Hex: 0x08

Dec: 8 LabVIEW: 7008

Address Issue
BUSY Hex: 0x09

Dec: 9 LabVIEW: 7009

Resource Busy The Phidget you are trying to open is already open elsewhere.
  • Check that the Phidget is not already open in another program, such as the Phidget Control Panel, or another program you are developing.
  • Check that the addressing parameters have been specified correctly.
EXIST Hex: 0x0a

Dec: 10 LabVIEW: 7010

Object Exists
NOTDIR Hex: 0x0b

Dec: 11 LabVIEW: 7011

Object is not a directory
ISDIR Hex: 0x0c

Dec: 12 LabVIEW: 7012

Object is a directory
INVALID Hex: 0x0d

Dec: 13 LabVIEW: 7013

Invalid
NFILE Hex: 0x0e

Dec: 14 LabVIEW: 7014

Too many open files in system
MFILE Hex: 0x0f

Dec: 15 LabVIEW: 7015

Too many open files
NOSPC Hex: 0x10

Dec: 16 LabVIEW: 7016

Not enough space
FBIG Hex: 0x11

Dec: 17 LabVIEW: 7017

File too Big
ROFS Hex: 0x12

Dec: 18 LabVIEW: 7018

Read Only Filesystem
RO Hex: 0x13

Dec: 19 LabVIEW: 7019

Read Only Object
UNSUPPORTED Hex: 0x14

Dec: 20 LabVIEW: 7020

Operation Not Supported This error is thrown when a method is called that is not supported by the Phidget hardware. For example, calling setFanMode on the 1065, which has no fan. Or calling setEnabled on an encoder channel that is always enabled, like the one built in to the DCC1002.
INVALIDARG Hex: 0x15

Dec: 21 LabVIEW: 7021

Invalid Argument One or more of the parameters passed to the function is not accepted by the channel in its current configuration.
  • This may also be an indication that a NULL pointer was passed where a valid pointer is required.
AGAIN Hex: 0x16

Dec: 22 LabVIEW: 7022

Try again
NOTEMPTY Hex: 0x1a

Dec: 26 LabVIEW: 7026

Not Empty
UNEXPECTED Hex: 0x1c

Dec: 28 LabVIEW: 7028

Unexpected Error
DUPLICATE Hex: 0x1b

Dec: 27 LabVIEW: 7027

Duplicate
BADPASSWORD Hex: 0x25

Dec: 37 LabVIEW: 7037

Bad Credential
NETUNAVAIL Hex: 0x2d

Dec: 45 LabVIEW: 7045

Network Unavailable
CONNREF Hex: 0x23

Dec: 35 LabVIEW: 7035

Connection Refused
CONNRESET Hex: 0x2e

Dec: 46 LabVIEW: 7046

Connection Reset
HOSTUNREACH Hex: 0x30

Dec: 48 LabVIEW: 7048

No route to host
NODEV Hex: 0x28

Dec: 40 LabVIEW: 7040

No Such Device
WRONGDEVICE Hex: 0x32

Dec: 50 LabVIEW: 7050

Wrong Device
PIPE Hex: 0x29

Dec: 41 LabVIEW: 7041

Broken Pipe
RESOLV Hex: 0x2c

Dec: 44 LabVIEW: 7044

Name Resolution Failure
UNKNOWNVAL Hex: 0x33

Dec: 51 LabVIEW: 7051

Unknown or Invalid Value
NOTATTACHED Hex: 0x34

Dec: 52 LabVIEW: 7052

Device not Attached This can happen for a number of common reasons:
  • Be sure you are opening the channel before trying to use it.
  • If you are opening the channel, the program may not be waiting for the channel to be attached.
  • If possible use openWaitForAttachment. Otherwise, be sure to check the Attached property of the channel before trying to use it.
INVALIDPACKET Hex: 0x35

Dec: 53 LabVIEW: 7053

Invalid or Unexpected Packet
2BIG Hex: 0x36

Dec: 54 LabVIEW: 7054

Argument List Too Long
BADVERSION Hex: 0x37

Dec: 55 LabVIEW: 7055

Bad Version This error occurs when the version of the Phidget libraries is different than the one being used on the network server. Update both to the latest version to solve the error. If you're using Javascript, ensure that the same version of phidget22.min.js is being used in your working directory as the one being pointed to by the webserver in the Phidget Control Panel.
CLOSED Hex: 0x38

Dec: 56 LabVIEW: 7056

Closed
NOTCONFIGURED Hex: 0x39

Dec: 57 LabVIEW: 7057

Not Configured
EOF Hex: 0x1f

Dec: 31 LabVIEW: 7031

End of File
FAILSAFE Hex: 0x3b

Dec: 59 LabVIEW: 7059

Failsafe Triggered Failsafe Triggered on this channel. Close and Re-open the channel to resume operation.