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Cat. No. V07-EN-01
NQ3-TQ0B
NQ3-MQ0B
NQ5-SQ0B
NQ5-MQ0B
NQ-Series HMI
GETTING STARTED GUIDE

Summary of Contents

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    Cat. No. V07-EN-01 NQ3-TQ0B NQ3-MQ0B NQ5-SQ0B NQ5-MQ0B NQ-Series HMI GETTING STARTED GUIDE...

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    The following conventions are used to classify and explain the precautions in this manual. Always heed the information provided with them. !WARNING Indicates information that, if not heeded, could possibly result in serious injury or loss of life. Indicates information that, if not heeded, could possibly result in minor or relatively !Caution serious injury, damage to the product or faulty operation.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    SECTION 1 Precautions 1-1 Intended audience...........................vii 1-2 General precautions ..........................vii 1-3 Safety precautions..........................viii 1-4 Operating environment precautions ......................ix 1-5 Application precautions ..........................x 1-6 Handling, storage and disposal .......................xii 1-7 Conformance to EC Directives ........................xii SECTION 2 Introduction 2-1 About this manual............................. 2 2-2 NQ-Series models ............................

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    7-2 Touch screen calibration........................67 7-3 Troubleshooting ............................. 68 7-4 NQ-Series diagnostics ........................... 69 Appendix A A-1 OMRON to NQ-Series configurations ....................75 A-2 OMRON communication cables......................82 A-3 Non-Omron devices to NQ-Series configurations.................. 88 A-4 Non-Omron devices communication cables ..................120...

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    This section provides general precautions for using the NQ-Series Operator Interfaces (OIs), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and related devices. The information contained in this section is important for the safe and reliable operation of the NQ-Series terminal. You must read this section and understand the information contained before attempting to set up or operate an NQ-Series terminal.

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    HMI and keep this manual close at hand for reference during operation. • The HMI is a general purpose product. It is a system component and is used in con- junction with other items of industrial equipment such as PLC's. Loop Controllers, Adjustable Speed Drives, etc.

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    Do not attempt to take any HMI apart or touch any internal parts while the power is being supplied. Doing so may result in electric shock. !WARNING Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify any HMI. Any attempt to do so may result in malfunction, fire, or electric shock. !WARNING Provide safety measures in external circuits, i.e., not in the HMI, in order to ensure...

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    Operating environment precautions Section 1-4 Operating environment precautions !Caution Do not operate the control system in the following locations. Doing so may result in malfunction, electric shock or burning: • Locations subject to direct sunlight. • Locations subject to temperatures or humidities outside the range specified in the specifications.

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    HMI. Not checking the program may result in an unexpected operation. !Caution Failure to abide by the following precautions could lead to faulty operation of the HMI or the system, or could damage the HMI. Always read these precautions.

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    Do not pull on the cables or bend the cables beyond their natural limit. Doing either of these may break the cables. • Do not place objects on top of the cables. Doing so may break the cables. • Use the dedicated connecting cables specified in operation manuals to connect the HMI.

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    NQ-Series should be installed as follows, for the complete configuration to meet the EC directives: 1 The units are designed for installation in panels. All units must be installed in control panels. 2 Use reinforced insulation or double insulation for the DC power supplies used for the communication power supply, internal circuit power supply, and the I/O power supplies.

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    Conformance to EC Directives Section 1-7 xiii...

  • Page 15: Introduction

    Section SECTION 2 Introduction This section introduces the NQ-Series models and the specifications of the models. SECTION 2 Introduction 2-1 About this manual................2 2-2 NQ-Series models ................2 2-3 Specifications for all models.............3 2-4 Specifications per model ..............5...

  • Page 16: About This Manual, Nq-series Models

    Please read this manual carefully and be sure to understand the information provided before installing or operating the NQ-Series. The program provided in this manual is given strictly as an example. When implementing an actual system, check the specifications, performance and safety instructions.

  • Page 17: Specifications For All Models

    Input voltage 24 V Tolerance on input voltage +/− 15% Display Resolution (H * V) landscape models 320 * 240 pixels Resolution (H * V) portrait models 240 * 320 pixels Backlight life Min. 50000 hours at 25°C Backlight saver...

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    Noise immunity Conforms to IEC61000-4-4, 2 KV (power lines) Vibration resistance (during operation) 5 to 8.4 Hz with 3.5 mm single amplitude and 8.4 to 150 HZ with 9.8 m/s accelera- tion 10 times in each of X, Y and Z direc-...

  • Page 19: Specifications Per Model

    RS-232/485/422 port (Com 1) RS-232 port (Com 2) Power rating (W) Weight 0.7 kg max. 0.7 kg max. 0.3 kg max. 0.3 kg max. External dimensions Width * Height (mm) 195 * 142 195 * 142 128 * 102 128 * 102 Thickness (mm) 44.5...

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    Specifications per model Section 2-4...

  • Page 21: Installation And Wiring

    Section SECTION 3 Installation and wiring This section describes how to install the NQ-Series and how to wire the HMI. SECTION 3 Installation and wiring 3-1 Installation notes ................8 3-2 Mounting ..................9 3-3 Wiring ....................12 3-4 Multi-drop networks ................15...

  • Page 22: Installation Notes

    • Areas subject to dramatic temperature changes. Temperature changes can cause condensation of water in the device. • Areas with an ambient temperature lower than 0 °C or higher than 50 °C. • Areas subject to shock or vibration. 3-1-2 Temperature control •...

  • Page 23: Mounting

    A sealing gasket (already mounted on the NQ) Use the delivered mounting set for proper installation. After the preparation of the panel, the NQ-Series can be mounted using the supplied clamps. The NQ- Series comes with a gasket pre-installed behind the bezel, as shown in Figure...

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    (2) and a cap (3) as shown in Figure 3.3: Mounting hardware set. Figure 3.3: Mounting hardware set 3 Insert the case into the cut-out in the panel, from the front side of the panel. 4 Insert a clamp into a mounting clamp slot on the case and tighten the screw...

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    Mounting Section 3-2 Figure 3.4: Case being fixed in panel 5 Repeat previous step for the other three clamps. 6 Hold the NQ-Series straight and tighten all four screws evenly to a torque between 0.5 Nm and 0.6 Nm.

  • Page 26: Wiring

    !WARNING Connecting high voltages or AC power mains to the DC input will make the NQ Series unusable and may create an electrical shock hazard to personnel. Such a failure or shock could result in serious personal injury, loss of life and/or equipment damage. DC voltage sources should provide proper isolation from main AC power and similar hazards.

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    3-3-2-2 COM2 port COM2 is a RS-232 communication port. It communicates with external peripherals at baud rates of 4800 kbps to 115.2 kbps with None, Even or Odd parity. The connector is a standard D-type 9-pin female connector (see Figure 3.6: 9- pin sub-D connector) with pin layout as shown in Table 3.3: Pin layout of port...

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    Section 3-3 3-3-2-3 USB host port The USB host port is compliant with the USB 2.0 specification. The USB host port supports USB memory stick devices. The USB sticks can be used for data logging and program upload/download, and carrying print files in CSV format.

  • Page 29: Multi-drop Networks

    Multi-drop networks Section 3-4 Multi-drop networks Several NQ-Series can be set up in a network. The following wiring diagrams show the correct connections: • RS-422 interface • RS-485 interface 3-4-1 RS-422 network The following wiring diagram is applicable for a RS-422 network (4-wire).

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    The two ends of a multi-drop network have to be terminated. For the correct termination of the last NQ-Series in the network, a resistor (120 Ohm) needs to be applied between R+ (pin 4) and R- (pin 9) on DSUB9 (Male) cable connector for correct termination.

  • Page 31: Creating Applications

    Section SECTION 4 Creating applications This section describes how to create programs for the NQ-Series. SECTION 4 Creating applications 4-1 Preparing for programming ..............18 4-2 Using NQ-Designer ................21 4-3 Example application .................33...

  • Page 32: Preparing For Programming

    The user interface is created in the software and downloaded to the device. Existing user interfaces can be uploaded to the software and be modified as required. The software can also be used in a simulation mode to test the program without downloading the program to the NQ-Series.

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    Microsoft® Mouse or compatible pointing device Keyboard Required 4-1-3 Installing the software To install NQ-Designer run setup.exe from the installation disc and follow the installation instructions. 4-1-4 Connecting the NQ-Series power supply Connect a 24 V power supply to the NQ-Series.

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    Section 4-1 4-1-5-2 USB cable In order to use a USB cable the USB driver needs to be installed on the PC operating system. Perform the following steps to install the USB driver. 1 Connect the USB cable to the PC and NQ-Series.

  • Page 35: Using Nq-designer

    Opening a project or creating a new project will show the below programming window on your Personal Computer. Figure 4.2: NQ-Designer program window 4-2-2-1 Title bar The title bar displays the name of the program and the selected part of the project. 4-2-2-2 Menu bar The menu bar contains the program commands.

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    Keypad screens and screens numbered 65000 and higher are assigned as pop up screens. If a new popup screen is added to the project the screen will be located here. Functions that can not be assigned to pop up screens are: •...

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    Please note that when key tasks are assigned to screen keys the global keys will not be executed, e.g. global key F1 = add 1 to D000, and screen key F1 = subtract 1 from D000 then subtract 1 is active for this screen when pressing Tasks On the Tasks dialog the Power On tasks and Global tasks can be configured.

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    • Select Tag Type. • Select Auto Add to create a number of tags in sequence increasing by word or by bit depending on tag choice. ( names can be edited afterwards) • Select 2-Bytes (1-word). Default system tags The following tables contain the default system tags. Do not attempt to modify or delete the system tags.

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    Use ####.## format for display. S0023 Popup screen trigger Read/Write Holds the screen number for register the pop-screen that will be shown when bit s20 bit is set. S0116 Fact_Appln_1 Read/Write Reserved S0117 Fact_Appln_2 Read/Write Reserved...

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    S0003_15 Comm2 status Read 0: communication error 1: communication OK s0003 Minute change pulse Read 1 for every change in minute for one scan cycle s0004 Hour change pulse Read 1 for every change in hour for one scan cycle...

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    Invalid key beeper Read/Write 0: disable valid screen beeper 1: enable valid screen beeper. When set to 0 the NQ- Series will only generate a beep when an input area is pressed. This bit can be changed during operation s0019...

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    A total of 16 different words ( = 256 alarms) can be configured / assigned. • 16 consecutive words This function is enabled after 16 consecutive Word tags have been created in the tag database. If this method is chosen all 256 lines will be created in your alarm screen.

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    If any of the selections made above is incorrect, press button Change properties. Note that this will erase any alarm assignments already created. For assigning the alarm register that will be used to trigger alarms a tag has to be created in tag list. Example: HR000 is the alarm register used in the PLC program.

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    • Delete will delete the alarm line you have selected. • Reset all alarms will reset all settings in alarms. All will be cleared including the selected register for alarms • Export will export all text used in alarms to CSV for creation of Multilanguage application.

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    The data logger allows a user to define 4 different groups. Each group can contain of 30 tags that can be logged. For each group a logging mode can be defined. The datalogger can handle 6 different logging modes.

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    In the language folder you will see S0001 displayed. In front of each added language a value is shown. If the value in register S0001 is set to the value shown in front of the added language the project will then be displayed in the selected language.

  • Page 47: Example Application

    Example application Section 4-3 Example application 4-3-1 Project settings 1 Start NQ-Designer. 2 Click Create New Project or click Create New NQ Project on the Project menu under New. Figure 4.8: Select model...

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    Example application Section 4-3 3 Select NQ3 in product pulldown list. Select NQ3-TQ000B as model type. Click OK. Figure 4.9: Project information 4 Enter the following project data: • Project title: Example...

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    Example application Section 4-3 5 Click COM1 tab. Figure 4.10: COM1 6 Enter the following communication settings: • Protocol: Omron NT Link • Model: CP1L • Baud Rate: 115.2K • Data Bits: 8 • Parity: Odd • Stop Bits: 1 7 Click Add Node.

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    Example application Section 4-3 Figure 4.11: Alarm 9 Enter the following alarm settings: • 16 random words: Each bit of each random assigned word is an alarm...

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    Example application Section 4-3 10 Click Settings tab. Figure 4.12: Settings 11 Enter the following settings: • Screen Saver Enabled 12 Click OK. Figure 4.13: NQ-Designer screen Refer to 4-2-2-4 Project panel for information on the project panel content.

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    1 Double-click Screens. Click Screen1. 2 Click ... from Tasks List in the property panel. 3 Select task from pulldown menu. For each screen you can define if actions should be made before , during or after closing the screen 4-3-3 Multilingual text objects Multilingual text objects are used to display texts.

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    1 Click Multilingual Text ( 2 Draw the multilingual text object on Screen1. 3 Press the space bar. This will open a field in the Status Bar of NQ- Designer. This will allow you to enter text immediately. Figure 4.14: Multilingual text objects...

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    2 Click New Base Screen ( 3 Click on Screen2. 4 Click Numerical Data Entry ( Figure 4.15: Data entry objects Note Right lower field shows explanation of field selected in property box. 4-3-5 Display data objects Display data objects are used to display: •...

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    4 Click Numerical Data Display ( 5 Click on Screen3. 6 Click Message Data Display ( 7 Click 1 from Ranges in the property panel. Figure 4.16: Display data objects 8 Click Add. (ranges can be modified to desired values) Figure 4.17: Register text range...

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    (falling edge). • Word button ( Buttons that can be configured on 32 states referenced to the value of the used tag defined for each state. Different tasks and messages can be assigned to each state of a word button.

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    The following lamp objects can be used: • Bit lamp ( Bit lamp objects are used to display the on and off state of a coil type tag. • Word lamp ( Word lamp objects are used to display multiple states (max. 32) depending of the value of the assigned address.

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    Example application Section 4-3 5 Click Add State. 6 Click OK. Figure 4.20: Lamp objects 4-3-8 Graphical objects The following graphical objects can be used to draw objects and place pictures on the screen: • Line ( • Rectangle ( •...

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    • Multiple bar graph ( To display values by means of max. 4 bars in one graphic. Each bar can be defined with different min. and max. values and assigned to different addresses. See image attached with multiple bar graph properties selected.

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    Historical Trend ( To display the trend of logged data. This command can only be used if a tag is logged in data logging. A maximum of 4 logged tags can be shown in the historical trend. Figure 4.22: Wizards 4-3-10 Alarms Alarm windows are created for displaying alarms on screen.

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    4-3-11 Keypad Keypads can be used on a popup screen or on the base screen. If used on a popup screen the keypad will behave exactly the same as the predefined keypads in NQ-Designer.

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    • Custom keypad ( This keypad can be selected to create a custom numeric or ASCII keypad. The format can be freely chosen. This means merging keys, number of keys. Assignments for keys can be chosen in the property box.

  • Page 63: Transferring Programs

    Section SECTION 5 Transferring programs This section describes how to transfer NQ-Designer programs to NQ-Series models. SECTION 5 Transferring programs 5-1 Downloading..................50 5-2 Uploading ..................52 5-3 USB host functionality ..............55...

  • Page 64: Downloading

    Firmware • Font 5-1-1-1 Application option If this option is selected, only the application will be downloaded to the NQ- Series. 5-1-1-2 Firmware option If this option is selected the firmware will be downloaded to the NQ-Series. This option is necessary if: •...

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    NQ-Series is not responding • Port is either busy or does not exist A product mismatch error occurs if an application is not compatible with the NQ-Series attached. If the NQ-Series is not responding this indicates that no communication has been established between the PC and the NQ-Series.

  • Page 66: Uploading

    Figure 5.2: Project configuration 5-2-1-2 Logged Data option If this option is selected, only the logged data will be uploaded from the NQ- Series. This option must be selected in combination with the Application option. The logged data is displayed in CSV format.

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    To display the logged data click Display Logged Data... on the Tools menu. 5-2-1-3 Historical alarm data option If this option is selected, only the Historical alarm data will be uploaded from the NQ-Series. This option must be selected in combination with the Application option.

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    • NQ-Series is not responding • Port is either busy or does not exist If the NQ-Series is not responding this indicates that no communication has been established between the PC and the NQ-Series. Please check the following: • The NQ-Series is connected to the PC.

  • Page 69: Usb Host Functionality

    Section 5-3 USB host functionality The USB host port can be used to perform a download or an upload of an application to or from an USB stick. This enables the user to update the NQ- Series or download logging data without the use of a Personal computer.

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    USB host functionality Section 5-3 Figure 5.5: Enumerating memory stick 6 Click Download or Upload. Figure 5.6: Confirm operation...

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    Section 5-3 5-3-1 Downloading from USB stick to NQ-Series In order to correctly download an application from the USB stick to the NQ- Series the following files must be present in the project folder (NQxxQxxx, e.g. NQ3TQ000 for NQ3-TQ000B HMI.

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    USB host functionality Section 5-3 3 Click APPLICATION to erase the old application and download the new application from the USB stick to the NQ-Series. Figure 5.8: Confirm operation 4 The following message is displayed after downloading. Figure 5.9: Download completed Click OK to finish.

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    USB host functionality Section 5-3 5-3-2 Uploading from NQ-Series to USB stick The following data can be uploaded from the NQ-Series to the USB Stick • Application • Firmware • Application + logged data • Application + Historical alarm data •...

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    4 The following message is displayed after uploading. Figure 5.12: Upload completed Click OK to finish. Repeat step 3 and 4 if you need to upload any of the other options also need to be uploaded to the USB stick.

  • Page 75: Simulation And Debugging

    Section SECTION 6 Simulation and debugging This section describes how to simulate NQ-Series programs and debug programs. SECTION 6 Simulation and debugging 6-1 Simulation..................62 6-2 Debugging ..................63...

  • Page 76: Simulation

    Simulation Section 6-1 Simulation Click ( ) to start simulation. With the simulation function you can simulate your project on your Personal Computer. Figure 6.1: Simulation Not supported in simulation is: • PLC communication (PLC tags are not handled and remain 0) •...

  • Page 77: Debugging

    Debugging Section 6-2 Debugging For debugging your NQ-Series you can use an internal program inside the NQ-Series. The debugging program (FWHT) allows you to test all HW sections within your NQ-Series. To start FWHT, please look at 7-4-1 FHWT.

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    Debugging Section 6-2...

  • Page 79: Maintenance

    Section SECTION 7 Maintenance This section describes the maintenance and factory application of the NQ- Series. SECTION 7 Maintenance 7-1 Erasing keys..................66 7-2 Touch screen calibration ..............67 7-3 Troubleshooting................68 7-4 NQ-Series diagnostics..............69...

  • Page 80: Erasing Keys

    Erasing keys Section 7-1 Erasing keys If necessary, It is possible to erase an application or firmware in the NQ- Series. The corners of the touch screen are used for erasing. Figure 7.1: Erasing keys 1 Erase firmware 2 Erase application...

  • Page 81: Touch Screen Calibration

    • A cross is displayed at the bottom in the left corner. This cross remains on the touch screen for approximately 4 seconds. If the centre of the cross is not pressed at this moment, the NQ-Series resumes to normal operation.

  • Page 82: Troubleshooting

    With self-diagnostic messages 7-3-1 Run LED The Run LED on the touch screen is used to show the status, problems, and/ or errors in the NQ-Series. If the Run LED is on, the NQ-Series is functioning correctly and an application is downloaded into the NQ-Series.

  • Page 83: Nq-series Diagnostics

    1 Download a firmware and an application in the the NQ-Series. (This can be an empty project.) 2 Press (5 seconds) lower left corner of touch screen during power up of the NQ-Series. Wait for approximately 5 seconds until the following screen is displayed.

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    NQ-Series diagnostics Section 7-4 7-4-1 FHWT The FHWT (Hardware Test) mode is used to test the HW of the NQ-Series. Examples are LCD test, Function key test, Communication port test, etc. Figure 7.4: FHWT page 1 Figure 7.5: FHWT page 2...

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    Reserved. Buzzer To test the beeper. Save Result Reserved. Display Result Reserved. Send Result to PL Reserved. Pressing the above buttons on screen will start specific tests as indicated on the buttons. If needed follow the instruction shown on screen.

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    Section 7-4 7-4-2 System set-up System set-up menu can be used to set the NQ-Series. In this special application you can quickly set the RTC time, communcation ports, clear the retentive registers, etc. Figure 7.6: System set-up menu page 1...

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    To view the battery status. Clear retentive registers To clear all retentive registers. System Information To view the system information. Pressing the buttons on one of the 2 set-up screens will take you to the specific set-up procedures for the specific settings.

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    NQ-Series diagnostics Section 7-4...

  • Page 89: Appendix A, A-1 Omron To Nq-series Configurations

    3 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 4 Create PLC tag with address DM0000. 5 Add a Numerical Data Entry object with tag address DM0000 to screen1. 6 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 7 Open CX-Programmer.

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    16 Change Channel type to unit. 17 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Ensure the label on the cable corresponds with the NQ-Series and PLC (cable connectors are both male). Refer to A-2-2 NQ to PLC (NQCN222 / NQCN521).

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    3 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 4 Create PLC tag with address DM0000. 5 Add a Numerical Data Entry object with tag address DM0000 to screen1. 6 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 7 Open CX-Programmer.

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    16 Change Datatype to Uint 17 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Ensure the label on the cable corresponds with the NQ-Series and PLC (cable connectors are both male). Refer to A-2-2 NQ to PLC (NQCN222 / NQCN521).

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    A-1-3 NQ to OMRON Memobus inverter To perform a successful communication between NQ-Series combined with OMRON Memobus inverter proceed as follows. The example shown is applicable for V1000. The addresses and parameter settings can vary depending on the choice of the Memobus inverter (not V1000).

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    • NQ-Series establishes a connection to the inverter by exchanging a default address HR400001. If this address is not available in the used inverter, the connection will not be established. To establish the connection proceed as follows. 1 Click in the Nodes folder and right-click the Node1 inverter.

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    A-1-4 NQ to CelciuX° (EJ1N) Temperature Controller (ModBus RTU) To perform a successful communication proceed as follows. The example shown is applicable for EJ1. 1 Create a new project in NQ-Designer. 2 Right-click the Nodes folder and click Add... 3 Set all data as shown in the screenshot.

  • Page 96: A-2 Omron Communication Cables

    OMRON communication cables A-2-1 Cable references The following tables provide an overview of the available cables from OMRON. The table shows which PLC can be used with the cable. OMRON provides three types of cables: • Cables for PLCs with serial ports (DSUB9 to DSUB9) •...

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    A-2-2 NQ to PLC (NQCN222 / NQCN521) DB9 MALE PINOUTS (PLC) DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals Shield wire to DB9 body Shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-2-3 NQ to PC DB9 FEMALE PINOUTS (PC) DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals Shield wire to DB9 body Shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-2-4 NQ to inverter (V1000, RS-422 connection) FREE END DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Signals (R+) RX+ (R-) RX- S+ (TX+) S- (TX-) shield wire to ground shield wire to body...

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    A-2-5 NQ to inverter (V1000, RS-485 connection) FREE END DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Signals (R+) RX+ (R-) RX- S+ (TX+) S- (TX-) shield wire to ground Shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-2-6 NQ to CelciuX° (EJ1N) temperature controllers (RS-485 connection) FREE END (EJ1-EDUA-NFLK) DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Signals shield wire to ground Shield wire to DB9 body...

  • Page 102: A-3 Non-omron Devices To Nq-series Configurations

    A-3-1 NQ as Modbus RTU Master and ModSim (Slave- Simulation Software) There are two options available in Modbus RTU: Modbus, 1 word length commands and Modbus, 16 word length commands. If Modbus driver is selected, all registers should be available in the slave.

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    12 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PC (For the Modbus slave this means a proper RS-232 or RS-422 connection.) Refer to A-2-3 NQ to PC. Connect the female port of the cable to the PC port and connect the male port of the cable to COM1 port of the NQ-Series.

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    • The NQ-Series establishes a connection to the slave by exchanging a default address HR400020. If this address is not available in the slave, the connection will not be established. To establish the connection proceed as follows. 1 Click in the Nodes folder and right-click the Node1 inverter.

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    1 Right-click the Nodes folder and click Add..2 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. (Note that the scan time of the master is set lower then the response Time out (default 800ms)) 3 Create PLC tag with HR40001.

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    12 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC (For the Modbus slave this means a proper RS-232 or RS-422 connection.) Refer to A-2-3 NQ to PC. Connect the female port of the cable to the PC port and connect the male port of the cable to COM1 port of the NQ-Series.

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    2 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 3 Create PLC Integer tag with address N007000. 4 Add a Numerical Data Entry object with tag address N007000 on screen1. 5 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 6 Open RS Logix500.

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    9 Download the application to the PLC. 10 Open Data Files from the tree structure and select the N7 (Integer Register) and double-click on the N007000 register. 11 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Refer to A-4-1 NQ to AB SLC Series.

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    2 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 3 Create PLC tag with address N007000. 4 Add a Data Entry object with tag address N007000 on screen1. 5 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 6 Open RS Logix500.

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    N00700 register. 11 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Refer to A-4-2 NQ to AB Micrologix Series. Connect the PLC end MiniDIN port to the AB DF1 Micrologix 1000 PLC. Connect the NQ-Series’ male port of the cable to the COM1 port of the NQ-Series.

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    2 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 3 Create PLC tag with address N007000. 4 Add a Data Entry object with tag address N007000 on screen1. 5 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 6 Open RSLogix 5000 .

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    10 Switch to CH0 - Serial port and set all data as shown above 11 Download the application to the PLC. 12 Open Controller Tags window from Monitor section and change the value in the N70 register.

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    13 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Refer to A-4-3 NQ to AB Compact Logix. Connect the PLC end port to AB DF1 Compact Logix L31 PLC. Connect the NQ-Series’ male port of the cable to the defined COM1 port of the NQ-Series.

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    2 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 3 Create PLC tag with address MW0000. 4 Add a Data Entry object with tag address MW0000 on screen1. 5 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 6 Open STEP 7-Micro/WIN.

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    9 Download the application to the PLC. 10 Click Status chart in project window and enter MW0000 in the screen. Monitor the values in the field. 11 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Refer to A-4-4 NQ to Siemens S7-200 Series. Connect the PLC end port to the Siemens S7-200 PLC.

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    2 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 3 Create PLC tag with address MW0000. 4 Add a Data Entry object with tag address MW0000 on screen1. 5 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 6 Open SIMATIC Manager.

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    11 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Refer to A-4-5 NQ to Siemens S7-300/400 Series. Connect the PLC end port to the Siemens S7-300 PLC. Connect the NQ-Series’ male port of the cable to the defined COM1 port of the NQ-Series.

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    2 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 3 Create PLC tag with address D0000 (Data Registers 1). 4 Add a Data Entry object with tag address D0000 on screen1. 5 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series.

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    8 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Refer to A-4-6 NQ to Mitsubishi FX PLC (8 Pin Connector) or A-4-7 NQ to Mitsubishi FRS Inverter. Connect the PLC end port to the Mitsubishi FX PLC. Connect the NQ- Series’...

  • Page 120

    9 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 10 TBD: Click Display Panel on File menu. 11 Press Set key unless you observe P0 and rotate the POT wheel unless display changes to P0 to ..n1 and check/set the following parameters: •...

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    13 Press Start/Stop button on the NQ-Series’ screen. The frequency is changed in D000 parameter as well as on display of the Drive. 14 Enter 11 in the NQ-Series’ screen. If the connection has been correctly established the same value is shown in Mitsubishi Series PLC software.

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    2 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 3 Create PLC tag with address MW000. 4 Add a Data Entry object with tag address MW000 on screen1. 5 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 6 Open Twidosoft.

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    8 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 9 Download the application to the PLC. 10 Open PLC memory window to observe the change in MW0000 values.

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    11 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Refer to A-4-8 NQ to Schneider Twido. Connect MiniDIN port of the cable to the PLC port. Connect the male port of the cable to the defined COM1 port of the NQ-Series.

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    2 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 3 Create PLC tag with address HR4 00001. 4 Add a Data Entry object with tag address HR4 00001 on screen1. 5 Download the application and firmware to the NQ-Series. 6 TBD: Open ProWorx32.

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    8 Set all data as shown in the screenshot. 9 Download the application to the PLC. 10 Open Data Watch window from Data Editors section of the Pro Worx software.

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    11 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Refer to A-4-9 NQ to Schneider Nano. Connect the PLC end port to the Schneider PLC. Connect the NQ-Series’ male port of the cable to the defined COM1 port of the NQ-Series.

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    Quantum CPU 513 To perform a successful communication proceed as follows. 1 Define the setting in Node Configuration window of NQ-Designer as shown below. 2 Define the PLC Tag Address MW000 on unit screen. 3 Download the Application and Firmware in Unit.

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    8 This will pop up an another window : Here you have to add the number of nodes in Station List that are actually going to be present on your network. If not defined the software will send the EOT to all the tokens except his token. If you had not defined the node then software will send EOT (0x04) to your token also and as you are also sending the command when received your token, then bus contamination will occur.

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    9 Click on the station ID on default and click on the Edit This will popup a window: Here keep base as 1 and numbers as 1 10 Click on line parameters...

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    Set the baud rate, data bits, parity and number of stop bits. Click on OK and return to Station List window 11 Now add the stations that will be in your network. Here we want the node 04,so we added that. Enter the Line parameters and Unitelway parameters keep base as 1 and numbers as 4.

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    13 Connect the cable to the NQ-Series and PLC. Refer to A-4-10 NQ to Schneider Modicon. Connect the PLC end port to the Schneider PLC. Connect the NQ-Series’ male port of the cable to the defined COM1 port of the NQ-Series.

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    • Select a correct tag address and the same tag should be embedded on the unit screen. • The following messages are displayed on the unit screen if the notes above are not taken into consideration: • !!! no connection •...

  • Page 134: A-4 Non-omron Devices Communication Cables

    Non-Omron devices communication cables The non-Omron devices communication cables are not available from OMRON. A-4-1 NQ to AB SLC Series DB9 FEMALE PINOUTS (PLC) DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals Shield wire to DB9 body Shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-4-2 NQ to AB Micrologix Series 6 7 8 8 PIN MINI DIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) (PLC) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals shield wire to DB9 body shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-4-3 NQ to AB Compact Logix DB9 FEMALE PINOUTS (PLC) DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals Common shield wire to DB9 body shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-4-4 NQ to Siemens S7-200 Series DB9 MALE PINOUTS (PLC) DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals shield wire to DB9 body shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-4-5 NQ to Siemens S7-300/400 Series DB9 MALE PINOUTS (PLC) DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals shield wire to DB9 body shield wire to DB9 body...

  • Page 139

    A-4-6 NQ to Mitsubishi FX PLC (8 Pin Connector) 6 7 8 8 PIN MINI DIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) (PLC) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals shield wire to body shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-4-7 NQ to Mitsubishi FRS Inverter FRONT VIEW R.H.S. VIEW Cable insert end 8 PIN MODULAR CONNECTOR DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) (RJ45 inverter) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals shield wire to ground shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-4-8 NQ to Schneider Twido 6 7 8 8 PIN MINI DIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) (PLC) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals shield wire to body shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-4-9 NQ to Schneider Nano 6 7 8 8 PIN MINI DIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS DB9 MALE PINOUTS Signals Pin number Pin number Signals shield wire to body shield wire to DB9 body...

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    A-4-10 NQ to Schneider Modicon DB9 MALE PINOUTS (PLC) DB9 MALE PINOUTS (NQ) Signals Pin number Pin number Signals shield wire to DB9 body shield wire to DB9 body...

  • Page 145: Revision History

    Section Revision history A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalogue number on the front cover of the manual. Cat. No. V07-EN-01 Revision code The following table outlines the changes made to the manual during each revision. The page numbers of a revision refer to the previous version.

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    Authorized Distributor: Cat. No. V07-EN-01 Note: Specifi cations subject to change without notice. Printed in Europe...

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