Sequence with Tool Verification fails

Hi,
I tried to build my first sequences to mount / unmount a tool, e.g. a seeder.
The movement etc. works fine.
After the tool is mounted I try to read the pin 63 (Tool verification) which returns the correct value and then do an if.
Here something goes wrong and i end up with an error and emergency stopped FB: CS Failed: [read_pin] - "variables may not contain special characters.

I have no idea what is wrong with my (simple) sequence… any ideas / hints here?

Thy
Markus

Here are screenshots of my sequence

grafik
grafik

Here is the log:

Fehler CS Failed: [read_pin] - “variables may not contain special characters.” 0, 214.8, -331 Aug 25, 12:22
1

Erfolg|Tool Verification value is 0 (digital)|0, 214.8, -331|Aug 25, 12:22|
|1

Erfolg|Movement to (0.0, 214.8, -331.0) complete.|0, 214.8, -331|Aug 25, 12:22|
|1

Beschäftigt|Moving to (0.0, 214.8, -331.0)|0, 219.4, -306|Aug 25, 12:22|
|1

Erfolg|Movement to (0.0, 214.8, -306.0) complete.|0, 214.8, -306|Aug 25, 12:22|
|1

Beschäftigt|Moving to (0.0, 214.8, -306.0)|0, 0, -271|Aug 25, 12:22|
|1

Erfolg|Movement to (0.0, 214.8, -271.0) complete.|0, 214.8, -271|Aug 25, 12:22|
|1

Beschäftigt|Moving to (0.0, 214.8, -271.0)|0, 214.8, -301|Aug 25, 12:22|

Hello @mbuchberger1967

looks like the Label Input box does not allow a space character.
For the moment you can use labels like:

  • Tool-Verification
  • ToolVerification

and make sure there is no space at the end.
To prevent other users from running into the same situation, and also to match the software docs, I’ll open an Issue thread at Github so someone can look into that and change it.

In case you didn’t know, you can switch between german and english language at https://my.farm.bot/app/account. Its a great thing for forum postings so everyone can read it :slight_smile:

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Hi,
thanks a lot, that did the trick…
By naming the data-label “Tool-Verification” instead of “Tool Verification” I can now run the sequences.
BTW, what is the data label used for?

Also a good hint with the en locale… makes it easier for others to read my stuff…

Thanks a lot!!!