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Cat. No. V03E-EN-02
NTXS
Programmable Terminals
USER´S MANUAL

   Summary of Contents for OMRON NTXS

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    Cat. No. V03E-EN-02 NTXS Programmable Terminals USER´S MANUAL...

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    Microsoft Windows® based configuration Software. This manual will help you to safely install, configure and operate NTXS Products. All the safety warnings and precautions must be followed to ensure proper unit performance and per- sonal safety. Warnings used in this manual:...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    3.2.1 Installing NTXS Software 3.2.2 Steps for starting NTXS Software 3.2.3 Uninstalling NTXS Software Setting Network Configuration 3.3.1 Setting Network Configuration For NT2S Series Products 3.3.2 Setting Network Configuration For NT3S Series Products USING NTXS SOFTWARE NTXS Menu Structure 4.1.1 File Menu 4.1.2 Define Menu...

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    Language conversion utility 7.3.1 File Menu 7.3.2 Edit Menu 7.3.3 View Menu 7.3.4 Help Menu Multi-Language Text Wizard 7.4.1 Configure Languages 7.4.2 Displaying Multiple Languages in Unit UPLOADING AND DOWNLOADING FROM UNIT Upload Download Error Catalog ALARMS Define Alarm 9.1.1 Alarm Definition 9.1.2 Alarm Object...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Omron Cable References for connection to PLC’s peripheral ports ..(CMOS) Omron Cable References for connection to PLC’s serial ports (RS232C) ... Omron Cable References for Programming cable (PC to NTXS) Omron Cable Diagrams for Serial cables NT2S-CN232-V1 / NT2S-CN235-V1...

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    TWIDO PLC TO NTXS UNIT List Of Features List Of Supported Devices Technical Support Index ............ 205...

  • Page 7: Introduction

    Introduction INTRODUCTION In this chapter..Purpose of this manual HMI Basics Hardware Configuration NTXS Overview What is NTXS series HMI? How NTXS works? NTXS Series Specifications...

  • Page 8: Purpose Of This Manual, Hmi Basics

    PLC register, or displaying an alarm on HMI screen etc. An object can be classified as Text object and Graphical object. For example, a Text Object is used to display text on the HMI. But objects are also used to configure the HMI to perform some action. For example, a Display Data Object tells the HMI to continuously monitor a PLC register that is used by the PLC.

  • Page 9: Hardware Requirements

    Introduction 1.1.2 Hardware Requirements The following basic PC hardware configuration is needed to configure and operate your NTXS Software. DEVICE MINIMUM REQUIREMENT IBM Compatible PC with 266 MHz Pentium® II or higher Pentium Pentium Processor compatible CPU Operating System Windows® 2000 and above...

  • Page 10: Ntxs Overview, What Is Ntxs Series Hmi

    NTXS Series operator interfaces provide Human-Machine Interface to the Programmable Logic Controller. The HMIs communicate with PLCs using their serial communications ports. Configuration of NTXS: Each NTXS unit has to be configured using the NTXS Software before connecting it to the PLC. NTXS-IBM Normal Operation: After configuration is completed, NTXS should be connected with a PLC to start the system.

  • Page 11: How Ntxs Works

    Introduction How NTXS Works The NTXS follows a specific sequence for performing the tasks defined by the user in the application. The sequence is as shown below START Power-up Message Power up Task Complete IBM Comm Communication Re-Start Re-establish PLC...

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    Screen password Perform Before Showing Task List for new Screen Upload Tag Block Upload Alarm Block Serv Alarm Display Screen Display Associated Screens Serv While Showing Task Check if same key pressed Same Pressed Key Release task Load new keys...

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    Introduction Pressed Password Protected Key ? Valid Key Password Serv Key Press Task...

  • Page 14: Specifications Of Ntxs Series

    Introduction 1.3.1 Specifications of NTXS Series Models included in the NTXS series are as follows: NT2S-SF121B-EV2 NT2S-SF122B-EV2 NT2S-SF123B-EV2 NT2S-SF125B-E NT2S-SF126B-E NT2S-SF127B-E NT3S-ST121B-E NT3S-ST123B-E NT3S-ST124B-E NT3S-ST126B-E...

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    One RS232/CMOS port for connecting to PLC and one RS232 port for programming and printing System Components: - Unit with LCD display, Membrane keypad and RTC. - Power Supply connector. - Installation Kit: Gasket, Two Mounting clamps Note: User should order cables separately...

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    (Noncondensing) Feedback Keys Immunity to ESD Level 3 as per IEC1000-4-2 Number Of Keys 6 user Definable keys Immunity to Transients Level 3 as per IEC1000-4-4 Memory Immunity to Radiated Level 3 as per IEC1000-4-3 Total Memory 63KB Application Memory...

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    EN55011 CISPRA Backlit LCD LEDs 2 LEDs Communication Number of Ports Type CMOS port for communication to PLC System Components: - Unit with LCD display, Membrane keypad - Installation Kit: Gasket, Two Mounting clamps Note: User should order cables separately...

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    One RS232/CMOS port for connecting to PLC and one RS232 port for Programming and Printing System Components: - Unit with LCD display, Membrane keypad and RTC. - Power Supply connector. - Installation Kit: Gasket, Two Mounting clamps Note: User should order cables separately...

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    Number of Ports Type One RS232/CMOS port for connecting to PLC and one RS232 port for Programming and Printing System Components: - Unit with LCD display, Membrane keypad - Installation Kit: Gasket, Two Mounting clamps Note: User should order cables separately...

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    2 lines of 16 characters Backlit LCD Emission EN55011 CISPRA Communication Number of Ports Type CMOS port for connecting to PLC System Components: - Unit with LCD display, Membrane keypad - Installation Kit: Gasket, Two Mounting clamps Note: User should order cables separately...

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    Type RS232/CMOS/RS485/RS422 for connecting to PLC, Emission EN55011 CISPRA Programming and Printing System Components: - Unit with LCD display, touch screen and RTC - Power Supply connector. - Installation Kit: Gasket, Two Mounting clamps Note: User should order cables separately...

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    RS232/CMOS for connecting to PLC, Programming Emission EN55011 CISPRA and Printing System Components: - Unit with LCD display, touch screen and RTC - Power Supply connector. - Installation Kit: Gasket, Two Mounting clamps Note: User should order cables separately...

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    Type One RS232/CMOS/RS485/RS422 and One RS232/CMOS port for connecting to PLC, Programming and Printing System Components: - Unit with LCD display, touch screen - Power Supply connector. - Installation Kit: Gasket, Two Mounting clamps Note: User should order cables separately...

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    EN55011 CISPRA Communication Number of Ports Type RS232/CMOS for connecting to PLC, Programming and Printing System Components: - Unit with LCD display, touch screen - Power Supply connector. - Installation Kit: Gasket, Two Mounting clamps Note: User should order cables separately...

  • Page 25: Hardware

    Hardware HARDWARE In this chapter..Safety Precautions Installation Instructions Power Requirements Wiring Diagram Communication Ports...

  • Page 26: Safety Precaution, Installation Instructions

    Warning: Do not attempt to use a DC power supply that does not meet HMI power requirements. You may cause malfunction or permanent damage to HMI. Warning: Do not power the HMI with a DC power supply used for inductive loads or for input circuitry to the programmable logic controller. Severe voltage spikes caused by these devices may damage the HMI.

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    Panel cutout: 132.00 mm x 69.00 mm All Dimensions are in mm. Panel Gasket 140.00 131.00 Mounting Clamp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Mounting 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Screw Bezel 31.80...

  • Page 28: Power Requirements

    2. To make a connection strip about 7mm of insulation of the wire, turn the connector screw counter-clock wise until the gap is wide open. Insert the wire all the way in and turn the screw clockwise until it is tight.

  • Page 29: Wiring Diagram, Communication Ports

    NT3S units can simultaneously communicate with two devices on these serial ports. Units can receive data from PC on either of the ports. Both the ports are also capable of Serial Printing. Each port has to be configured for their function. Even if both the ports are configured for PLC connection, user can download data from NTXS software on either of the ports.

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    Hardware NT3S-ST121B-E Com1 and Com2 Ports Port Type: DB9 Female Name Description Number Transmit + 232TXD Transmit 232 Receive 232 / CMOS Receive + Circuit Ground +5 VDC CMOSTXD Transmit CMOS Transmit - Receive - NT3S-ST123B-E / NT3S-ST124B-E Com1 Port...

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    Hardware NT3S-ST123B-E / ST124B-E Com2 Port Port Type: DB9 Female Name Description Number 232TXD Transmit 232 Receive 232 / CMOS Circuit Ground +5 VDC CMOSTXD Transmit CMOS NT3S-ST126B-E Com1 and Com2 Ports Port Type: DB9 Female Name Description Number 232TXD...

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    Receive 232 / CMOS Circuit Ground Circuit Ground +5 VDC CMOSTXD Transmit CMOS Direction Control PLC ATTACH Attach PLC. Should be grounded inside the cable NT2S-SF122B-EV2 / SF126B-E Com1 Port (PLC Port) Port Type: DB9 Male Name Description Number Direction Control...

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    Hardware NT2S-SF121B-EV2 / SF122B-EV2 / SF125B-E / SF126B-E Com2 Port (Serial Port) Port Type: DB9 Female Name Description Number Transmit RS232 Receive RS232 Circuit Ground NT2S-SF123B-EV2 / SF127B-E Com1 Port (PLC Port) Port Type: DB9 Male Name Description Number +5 VDC...

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    Receive 232 / CMOS Circuit Ground Circuit Ground +5 VDC CMOSTXD Transmit CMOS Direction Control PLC ATTACH Attach PLC. Should be grounded inside the cable NT2S-SF122B-EV2 / SF126B-E Com1 Port (PLC Port) Port Type: DB9 Male Name Description Number Direction Control...

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    Hardware NT2S-SF121B-EV2 / SF122B-EV2 / SF125B-E / SF126B-E Com2 Port (Serial Port) Port Type: DB9 Female Name Description Number Transmit RS232 Receive RS232 Circuit Ground NT2S-SF123B-EV2 / SF127B-E Com1 Port (PLC Port) Port Type: DB9 Male Name Description Number +5 VDC...

  • Page 36: Before You Begin

    Before you Begin BEFORE YOU BEGIN In this chapter..Connecting the HMI to a Computer Starting NTXS Software Setting Network Configuration...

  • Page 37: Connecting The Hmi To Your Computer

    Before you start your first project, the HMI should be connected to the computer so that the project can be downloaded after creating it. You should also connect the PLC that you are using with the HMI so that you can test the operation of the HMI after you have finished creating the sample project.

  • Page 38: Starting Ntxs Software, Installing Ntxs Software

    To install NTXS Software: 1. Open Microsoft Windows. 2. Select Run and Pop up window appears. Type the path for installing the Setup. This will install NTXS Setup Software. 3. When you click on OK, Welcome window appears on the screen. Click on Next.

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    Before you Begin 5. Select the destination folder where Setup will install the files.

  • Page 40: Steps For Starting Ntxs Software

    4. Select NTXS V1.03. 5. Select New Application either from Tool station or from File Menu. 6. Select the model and product type that you would like to set by clicking on picture of the product in the list. 7. Define the Unit Settings and Network Configuration.

  • Page 41: Uninstalling Ntxs Software, Setting Network Configuration

    Using this configuration screen you can set the node address and node name for each port. For NT2S units, node address can be set from 0 to 255 but for NT3S units, the highest node address is 32. You can change default values generated by editing these two fields. Protocol selection box displays list of all supported PLCs.

  • Page 42: Setting Network Configuration For Nt2s Series Products

    Setting Network Configuration For NT2S Series Products Unit can be configured for PLC Communication. Node Address: User can assign unique node address starting from 0 to 255. Node Name: User can specify node name, maximum upto 15 characters. PLC: User can select desired PLC from the list of available PLCs.

  • Page 43: Setting Network Configuration For Nt3s Series Products

    Unit can communicate with any PLC without any change in hardware. To communicate with PLC unit needs proper communication driver. Each PLC has a defined protocol for communicating with any device. PLC driver is downloaded in to unit along with the firmware. This driver enables the unit to talk to a specific PLC.

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    Before you Begin 1. For IBM Communication This is default communication setting. If user wants IBM communication, no other setting is required. In this case both communication ports can be used for download / upload purpose.

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    2. For Serial Printing User can set either of the ports for serial printing. This is done by selecting Protocol as “Serial printer”. In the above example, user has configured Com1 for serial printing. However, when this port is not being used for printing, it will be used for IBM Communication.

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    - Can be from minimum 1 to maximum 256. to print Click ‘Ok’ to set printer setting. 3. For PLC Communication Protocol - User can select desired PLC from the list of available drivers. In the example shown above, user has selected Omron Host Link at Com1.

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    Now by clicking on this button user can provide the desired information. Delete node - To delete a node, first of all user has to delete all the tags defined for the node. Then user has to select the node and click the Delete button.

  • Page 48: Using Ntxs Software

    Using NTXS Software USING NTXS SOFTWARE In this chapter..NTXS Menu Structure Creating New Application Creating Screens Data Entry Object Display Data Object Global And Power On Tasks Global Keys Screen Keys...

  • Page 49: Ntxs Menu Structure

    The following Window will appear. The Program displays a Splash screen on Start-up. This dialog can be closed by pressing any key or just by clicking mouse or waiting 10 seconds for it to automatically go to the next screen (i.e. Toolstation).

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    Using NTXS Software Menu bar operates like any standard Windows Menu bar. To open a particular Menu click it with the help of Mouse or use key alongwith ALT key just like any other standard Windows based software. When no...

  • Page 51: File Menu

    Using NTXS Software The Tool-Station consists of icons. When the mouse points to any icon, a tool-tip is displayed. Click on the icon to select the particular menu. Now we will study the different Menus in the Menu Bar. 4.1.1 File Menu File Menu handles the File related functions.

  • Page 52: Define Menu

    Using NTXS Software 4.1.2 Define Menu This menu defines the application. In the main window of NTXS Software, bottom line of the icons is dedicated for this menu. Unit Settings Defines Unit settings. Normally there is no need to change these settings.

  • Page 53: Communicate Menu, Utilities Menu

    Upload Uploads Application from NTXS Unit. 4.1.4 Utilities Menu Utilities Menu informs the user about the memory used for the application. This menu has other options like Font Editor, image conversion and Convert application. Convert Application Converts opened application. NTXS Memory status Displays statistics of the memory used by the current application.

  • Page 54: Help Menu, Creating New Application

    Creating a New Application from Menu Bar: Click on New From File Menu or New Application icon from Toolbar. It will create new application. Click on the New Application icon either from File Menu Bar or Tool Bar. Following screen will be ap- peared.

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    This screen shows list of all NTXS units. Select the required product from the list of products that you would like to set by clicking on the picture of the product in the list. An enlarged picture of the product is also shown below the list.

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    Register or Coil Type. If type of tag selected is register then number of bytes to be fetched varies from 1, 2, 4, etc. For display- ing or editing float data number of bytes of tag must be 4. Tag Name field is user definable. Tag is not added in Tag list unless you define Tag name.

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    Change the information and then click on Change button. Delete - Select the tag and click on Delete button to delete the tag. Before deleting any tag, the user must delete any references to the tag in screens and tasks. Otherwise it can not be deleted.

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    Change the information and then click on Change button. Delete - Select the tag and click on Delete button to delete the tag. Before deleting any tag, the user must delete any references to the tag in screens and tasks. Otherwise it can not be deleted.

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    Beeper On /Off Read / Write 0: Enable Beeper 1: Disable Beeper User can change this bit at Run time. s0010 Battery Status Read only 0: Battery voltage is OK (i.e.above 2.2 V) 1: Low Battery (i.e. below 2.2V)

  • Page 60: Creating Screens

    When the print screen is activated, the print data will be sent from the printer port. 3. Print Once / display : If screen has this property, first of all Alphanumeric data on the screen goes to serial printer and then the screen is displayed on LCD. User has to define the port as ‘Serial Printer’ port for assigning this property to the screen.

  • Page 61: Protecting Application Using Password, Data Entry Object

    Associated Screens : Associated screen is useful in the case where one or more objects are common between different screens. The common data from all the screens is placed in a screen and this screen is associated with the other screens.

  • Page 62: Display Data Object, Global And Power On Task

    Procedure- 1. Click on ‘Display Data’ from objects toolbar. The mouse pointer will change to the tool shape. 2. Now place the mouse pointer at desired location and click the left mouse button. The data entry dialog box will appear.

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    Using NTXS Software Select a Task to add This drop down list allows the user to select a task to be executed. A task list contains multiple tasks. Close Accepts the selected task. Up arrow Shifts the selected task upwards.

  • Page 64: Global Keys

    These tasks are performed as long as the key is pressed. Released Tasks – These tasks are performed when the key is released. Tasks defined for Global Keys are executed for whole application, independent of which screen is being displayed. Close - Accepts the selected task.

  • Page 65: Screen Keys

    These tasks are performed as long as the key is pressed. Released Tasks – These tasks are performed when the key is released. Task defined under this option are executed only for the currently displayed screen . These are screen dependent tasks. Close -Accepts the selected task.

  • Page 66: Representing Data By Objects And Wizards

    Representing Data REPRESENTING DATA BY OBJECTS AND WIZARDS In this chapter..Alphanumeric Objects Graphics Objects Wizards...

  • Page 67: Alphanumeric Objects, Text Objects, Data Entry Objects

    2. Now place the mouse pointer at desired location and mark the area of text object while holding the left mouse button. 3. A block cursor will blink at the location inside the text outline. Now enter the text. Last character will be overwritten If insert mode (Computer Keyboard) is disabled, else new character will not be accepted.

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    To edit a register, select Register Data Entry . Register Data Entry dialog box allows user to select the - 1. Register-Tag : This is a list of tags available in the application. The list will not display any read only registers that can not be modified.

  • Page 69: Display Data

    Representing Data 8. Popup : If user wants to enter data with popup keypad then user has to check Keypad option and also select popup screen number from list. If user don’t want popup data entry then he has to add static numeric keypad object on screen .

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    Representing Data Type – Register Value 1. Register-Tag : This is a list of tags available in the application. The list will not display any read only registers that can not be modified. 2. Data Type : This selects the type of data to be entered. Choices are Unsigned Integer, Signed Integer, Hexadecimal, BCD, Binary (1 word), Float.

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    This object displays text depending on value of a register. User can define different text for different ranges. 1. Register-Tag : This is a list of tags available in the application. The list will not display any read only registers that can not be modified.

  • Page 72: Time, Date

    2. Now place the mouse pointer at desired location and click the left mouse button. Object is placed in default format HH:MM:SS. User can change format by double clicking on the object. Time is displayed in 24 hour format without leading zeros. If NTXS hardware is without RTC this object will display ‘?’ 5.1.5 Date 1.

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    Representing Data Attributes of Alphanumeric Objects Font Size Text objects have four font sizes: 5 X 7 Dots, 7 X 14 Dots, 10 X 14 Dots and 20 X 28 Dots. Default font size is 5 X 7 Dots. Text Foreground: Text foreground can be changed by user.

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    Representing Data 1. Show / Hide Animation: Object is displayed only when the condition specified by the user is true. For example, the object is displayed when a value of tag is within 100(Low) and 200(High). When this condition is false, the object is not displayed.

  • Page 75: Graphic Wizards, Line

    1. Click on the ‘Line’ button in screen Objects Toolbar or Menu option. The shape of the mouse pointer will change. 2. Now place the mouse pointer at the desired location and mark the area of object while holding the left mouse button.

  • Page 76: Rectangle, Ellipse

    1. Click on the ‘Rectangle’ button in screen Objects Toolbar or Menu option. The shape of the mouse pointer will change. 2. Place the mouse pointer at the desired location and mark the area of the object while holding the left mouse button.

  • Page 77: Rounded Rectangle, Bargraph

    1. Click on the ‘Round Rectangle’ button in screen Objects Toolbar or Menu option. The shape of the mouse pointer will change. 2. Now place the mouse pointer at desired location and mark the area of object while holding the left mouse button.

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    2. Data type: This selects the type of data to be entered. Choices are Unsigned Integer, Signed Integer, Hexadecimal, BCD, Binary (1 word), Float. 3. Limits: Limits of bar graph are 0 to 65535 for all data types except signed integer for which range for limits is -32768 to 32767.

  • Page 79: Wizards

    Delete Selected Bitmap : User can delete selected bitmap from the library. Add Selected Bitmap To Screen : This will add selected bitmap on the screen at desired location Graphical Objects have certain properties, referred as Attributes. Attributes are useful for suggesting the importance of the particular object.

  • Page 80: Bit Button

    5.3.1 Bit Button The bit button can be used to display the status bit and perform an action based on the task defined for the button. To draw the object, click on the Bit Button icon and place it on the screen.

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    Color of the text. 6. Background Background color of text. Simulate The user can simulate the ON and OFF text in various languages as configured in the wizard. These can be previewed in the preview window. General Attributes Label selection Parameters related to the bit button label can be configured if the Label selection is ON.

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    If the ‘Border’ option is selected (through check box), then the button is shown with the border. Simulate The designer can simulate the ON and OFF text in various languages configured in the wizard, and can see its preview in the preview window.

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    ON state. Task List A bit button can be configured to perform tasks depending on the state of the button by clicking on Action for Touch Key button. When user clicks on this button, Touch-Screen Task-list window appears for defining the tasks.

  • Page 84: Word Button

    5.3.2 Word Button The word button performs a set of tasks based on the value of a tag register. Any two-byte tag can be defined as the state tag to control the word button. To draw the object, click on the Word Button icon and place the object on the screen.

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    Fills the color for each state of the button. Size If the style is Check box, Radio button or Toggle switch then user can have button size either 1x or 2x. Text Properties The designer can select different text strings for each state if the text option is enabled.

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    5. Background : User can select background color of text. 6. Label position : If the top option is selected then the label is shown above the button. If the bottom option is selected, then the label is shown at the bottom of the button.

  • Page 87: Bit Lamp

    To draw the object, click on the Bit Lamp button. Place the tool on the screen. Lamp Properties: A number of predefined lamp styles are available. The On and Off text properties are applicable only for the “generic” styles. The designer may create a custom lamp by selecting the “User defined image” and selecting images for the On and Off properties.

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    User can simulate the ON and OFF text in various languages configured in the wizard, and can see its preview in the preview window. General Attributes Use this page to define attributes common to all wizards. A preview of the lamp object is displayed in the upper left corner of this page. Label selection Bit lamp label parameters can be configured if the Label selection is enabled by selecting the “Label”...

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    Representing Data Border If the “Border” checkbox is enabled, the lamp is shown with a border. This is the default condition. Simulate This allows the designer to preview how the button will look like. It is enabled when multiple languages...

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    Representing Data Operation The Feedback Tag determines which bit tag controls the state of the lamp.

  • Page 91: Word Lamp

    The Word Lamp performs a set of tasks and displays different lamps depending on the value of a register tag. Any two byte tag can be defined as the State Tag. This tag controls the current state of the word lamp.

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    4. Text Color Select the color of the text. State Tag This tag is used to determine the present state of the word lamp. This can be either a NTXS unit tag or a PLC tag. State conditions and Tasks This table is a list of the states defined for the word lamp with their corresponding high and low limits.

  • Page 93: Multiple Bargraph

    Representing Data Button Border If the “Button Border” check box is enabled, the lamp is shown with a border. This is the default condi- tion. 5.3.5 Multiple Bargraph Bar graphs are register dependent objects which change their height or width according to the value in the register.

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    Representing Data Bargraph Properties Number of bars Enter or select the number of bars you want in a single wizard. Up to four bargraphs can be defined in a single wizard. Background color This is the background color for the entire bargraph object.

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    A multiple bargraph object can have any of four different styles. Simulate The designer can preview the bargraph by entering suitable values in the corresponding simulate value field. Changing the “Language” displays the text associated with each language. General Attributes...

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    “Bottom” option is selected, the label is shown below the bargraph. Border If the “Border” option is enabled, the bargraph is shown with a border. This is the default condition. Data Type User can have tags of following data types representing values of bargraph : 1.

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    Color of the axis can be defined. Axis label Parameters related to the axis label can be configured here if the Label selection is enabled. 1. Text : Axis label text. Upto 12 characters of text can be set for the axis label.

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    Bar Label Parameters related to the bar label can be configured here if the Bar label selection is enabled. 1. Text : Up to 12 characters of axis label text can be defined. Labels may overlap if there is insufficient room..

  • Page 99: Analog Meter

    NTXS Unit or PLC tag. To draw the object, click on the Analog Meter button. Place the tool on the screen. This wizard repre- sents the word register on a analog meter. The dialog box has four pages: Meter Foreground properties, Meter Background properties, General Properties, and Operation.

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    Representing Data...

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    Meter Background properties define the color settings for needle and meter style. Color Range Settings User can set different color ranges, which will represent the sections along the meter axis depending upon the colors set in the configuration. User can have up to 5 different ranges.

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    If the “Top” option is selected, the label is shown above the meter. If the “Bottom” option is selected, the label is shown below the meter. Meter Border If the “Meter Border” is enabled, the meter is shown with a border. This is the default condition.

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    2. Signed integer 3. Hexadecimal 4. BCD The meter object only displays a two byte tag. Simulate The designer can simulate the label text of various languages configured in the wizard and can see a preview in the preview window.

  • Page 104: Real Time Trend

    The Real Time Trend object is a graphical representation of a tag’s value in the current time period. The time value comes from the real time clock in the NTXS unit. The tag’s value is plotted on the Y axis and updated every second.

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    Error Message Many of the trend object’s properties can be determined at run time through the use a tag. If the value of the tag is out of the proper range for the property, an error message will be displayed. The text display properties can be modified.

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    If enabled, the Limits selection determines the minimum and maximum values to be displayed on the Y axis. 1. Minimum : The smallest displayed value on the Y axis. The range is from 0 to 65,535. 2. Minimum tag : If enabled, the minimum is determined by a tag instead of a constant.

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    Time scale properties Grid Properties No of Grids : If the grid option is enabled, up to 10 grids can be selected for the X axis display. Text properties 1. Scale : If enabled, the real time grid values are shown along the time scale axis.

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    Representing Data Specific Tag Information 1. Tag : Defines a 2 byte tag to be used for the trend information to be plotted. 2. Color : Defines the color for the trend information to be plotted.

  • Page 109: Numeric Keypad

    Numeric Keypad A numeric keypad is required to enter data in a touch screen product. The user can select either a static or popup keypad. A static keypad is present on the same screen as the data entry objects. If a popup keypad is required, the designer needs to select the popup keypad option and the popup screen desired for the data entry.

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    Key properties available to the user : 1. Update preview User can check preview of defined keypad. 2. Simulate Simulates the text of various languages configured in the object in the preview window. 3. Key Color Selects the key color.

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    Representing Data General Attributes 1. Simulate : Used for simulation of the text for each of the languages defined in the Unit Settings. 2. Update Preview : This allows the user to preview the design. Note: Options that are not supported for this model are grayed out.

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    Key properties available to the user : 1. Update preview User can check preview of defined keypad. 2. Simulate Simulates the text of various languages configured in the object in the preview window. 3. Key Color Selects the key color.

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    Representing Data General Attributes 1. Simulate : Used for simulation of the text for each of the languages defined in the Unit Settings. 2. Update Preview : This allows the user to preview the design. Note: Options that are not supported for this model are grayed out.

  • Page 114: Task Management

    Task Management TASK MANAGEMENT In this chapter..Application TaskList Screen TaskList Key TaskList...

  • Page 115: Application Tasklist

    1) Power On Tasks : These task execute only once when NTXS unit is powered on. 2) Global Tasks : Tasks from this task list execute globally i.e. always. Using Up / Down buttons tasks can be shifted up or down. Using Delete button selected task can be removed from List of TaskList.

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    Task Management Select a Task to add User can select a Task from the list of Tasks available. Close - Accepts selected task. Up arrow - Selected task is shifted up. Down arrow - Selected task is shifted down. Delete...

  • Page 117: Screen Tasklist

    Task Management Screen TaskList These tasks are related to a particular screen. When a screen is displayed, tasks defined for that screen are executed. ‘Before showing’ Tasks: These tasks are executed once just before screen is displayed. So any screen specific initialization can be defined under this option.

  • Page 118

    Task Management Select a Task to add User can select a Task from the list of Tasks available. Close - Accepts selected task. Up arrow - Selected task is shifted up. Down arrow - Selected task is shifted down. Delete...

  • Page 119: Key Tasklist, For Keypad Products

    Released Tasks – These tasks are performed when the key is released. 6.3.1 For Keypad Products 1. Global Keys Tasklist - Tasks defined under this option are executed for whole application, indepen- dent of screens. Close - Accepts selected task.

  • Page 120

    Single Key - If this option is selected, a task is defined to one key. Two simultaneous keys - If this option is selected, a task is defined to a combination of two keys. Note: Screen Keys’ Tasklist has higher priority over Global Keys’ Tasklist when the screen is displayed.

  • Page 121: For Touch Screen Products

    6.3.2 For Touch screen Products Touch-Screen Tasklist To use this task we need a Button object (Bit Button or Word Button) on the screen. When the user touches within the Button area, the associated task is executed. Close - Accepts selected task.

  • Page 122

    Go To Screen This task is used to jump to any available screen from list of available screens. When we add Goto Screen task in the task list, a dialog box is displayed. It shows list of screens defined in the application.

  • Page 123

    Task Management Write Value To Tag A constant value can be written to a tag using this task, provided the tag is not a read-only tag. E.g..- Tag = Number This task is executed on register tag listed under Tag option. User can write only two bytes number in selected tag .

  • Page 124

    This tag is used for adding a constant value to the current value of the tag. E.g.- Tag = Tag + Number This task is executed on register tag listed under Tag option. User can add only two byte number in selected tag.

  • Page 125

    This task is used to subtract a constant value from the current value of a tag. E.g.- Tag = Tag - Number This task is executed on register tag listed under Tag option. User can subtract only two byte number in selected tag.

  • Page 126

    Task Management Add Tag B To Tag A This tag is used for addition of two PLC Tags . The result will be stored in tag A. E.g..- TagA = TagA + TagB This task is applicable for register type tags only.

  • Page 127

    Turn bit On This task is used for switching PLC coil or register bit to on state. The bit/coil should be a read-write coil. This task is executed on coil or bit-addressed register only. User can select coil or bit-addressed register from tag list.

  • Page 128

    Click ‘OK’ to add task in task list. Copy Tag B to Tag A This task is used for copying value of one PLC tag to Other PLC tag. The value of tag B will be un- changed. Tag A will be same as tag B.

  • Page 129

    Task Management Swap Tag A and Tag B This task is used for swapping the values of two PLC tags. Tag A value will be copied to tag B and tag B value will be copied to tag A. This task is executed on register tags and coil or bit-addressed register listed under Tag option. Both tag type must be of same type;...

  • Page 130

    Click ‘OK’ to add task in task list. Copy tag to LED LED’s on the keypad of NTXS can be turned on/off depending on the value of a tag. The tag should be copied to LED register and the LEDs will display the tag value.

  • Page 131

    User can edit RTC (Real Time Clock) registers of the NTXS unit. This task increments selected RTC register at a time for one instance. User edit Year / Month / Date / Hour / Minutes / Seconds / Day of the week.

  • Page 132

    Copy NTXS Block to NTXS / PLC Block This task is executed on register tags only. This task is used to copy unit tags to PLC tags. This is two byte copy For e.g..- As shown above, 10 sequential unit tags starting from D0000 (i.e. D0000 to D0009) will be copied to 10 sequential PLC tags starting from IR00000 (i.e IR00000 to IR00009).

  • Page 133

    This task is supported only in Global task-list. This task copies sequentially 7 RTC parameters from selected tag after every specified RTC Download Time. If this time is specified as 0 sec. then it means this task will be executed as per Global task-list execution time.

  • Page 134

    Click ‘OK’ to add task in task list. When this task is executed selected screen pops up on current screen . At a time only one screen can be popped up. By pressing right most corner ‘X’ close button you can close popup screen.

  • Page 135

    Accepts edited data for current data entry and cursor jumps to next data entry object. Switch To Next Data Entry Disables previous data entry and switches to next data entry. Increase Value by 1 Adds 1 to Tag value in data entry object.

  • Page 136

    Allows user to enter ‘F’ at cursor location. Note: Numeric keys A to F are applicable for HEX data entry only. Edit Bit On This task operates only on coil / bit tags. Coil / bit is set to 1 from this task. Edit Bit Off This task operates only on coil / bit tags.

  • Page 137: Using Languages

    Language Wizard USING LANGUAGES In this chapter..Export Functionality Import Functionality Language Conversion Utility Language Wizard...

  • Page 138: Export Functionality

    .out. In this version, only Text Data is exported. Text Data includes all the texts ( also called text objects ) in wizards which can be defined in multiple languages. e.g. from a Bit Button, On Text, Off Text and Label Text are text objects which are exported. Export functions extracts texts from all wizards namely Bit Button, Word Button, Bit Lamp, Word Lamp, Meter, Multiple Bargraph, Numerical Keypad, Trend, Text Wizard.

  • Page 139

    Language Wizard Text objects for all wizards on all screens will be exported to a binary file. In both Export and Import functions English is used as a reference language to identify a particular text object. For example, a Bit Button will be identified by “On”, “Off”...

  • Page 140: Import Functionality

    Specify NTXS project path. Output file path. Select languages for which you want the data to be imported. This window will display the only languages added in the Unit settings. For Example in the following window four languages Chinese (RPC), Japanese, Korean and Russian are added and selected. (See the check box)

  • Page 141

    Objects mismatch - For example, 2 bit buttons were exported but while importing one has been deleted or 1 Bit Button is exported. After exporting the On text ( in English Language ) of the same button has been changed and then data is imported. In this case the Bit Button’s On Text in reference language is changed, so it is treated as a different object and error is displayed.

  • Page 142: Language Conversion Utility, File Menu

    File Menu A user can open a .out file that has been created by the export utility from the menu bar. Be sure to use the right path of the .out file. The error message will be displayed for unrecognized .out files.

  • Page 143

    2. ‘Close’ option in menu bar A user can close the .out file from the menu bar. Click this menu option to close the currently open file. The user is prompted to save the file, if it has been modified since the last save operation.

  • Page 144

    Language Wizard 4. “Save As” option in menu bar Click this menu option to save the current file as another file. 5. Recent File: The recent file list contains the last 4 most recently used files. 6. “Exit” option in menu bar...

  • Page 145: Edit Menu, View Menu, Help Menu, Multi-language Text Wizard

    7.3.2 Edit Menu Cut : Click this menu option or Ctrl+X, to cut a selected cell’s data and copy it to the clipboard. Copy : Click this menu option or Ctrl+C, to copy a selected cell’s data to the clipboard.

  • Page 146: Configure Languages

    6. Font : Selects Windows® Font, Font Style and Font size. 7. Language : Displays the list of languages configured in the Unit Settings. Simulate A user can preview the text configured for each language configured in the wizard in the preview win- dow. 7.4.1 Configure Languages NT3S products support multiple languages.

  • Page 147

    Language Wizard The list box on the left side shows which languages are installed on your computer. The list box on the right side lists the languages to be used in the project. The languages must be installed on your com- puter to appear in the installed languages list.

  • Page 148

    Language Wizard Once languages are installed on your machine these can be selected using following screen located under Regional and language options. Note: Parameters not supported for the product are grayed out.

  • Page 149: Displaying Multiple Languages In Unit

    7.4.2 Displaying Multiple Languages in Unit System Register S0001 controls the language to be displayed at run time. User can use ‘Write value to tag’ task for changing value in system register. Note : If S0001 has value other than 1 to 9 then English language is displayed.

  • Page 150: Uploading And Downloading From Unit

    Uploading and Downloading from unit UPLOADING AND DOWNLOADING FROM UNIT In this chapter..Upload an Application Download an Application Error Catalog...

  • Page 151: Upload

    Communicate|Upload.. menu option. In the Upload dialog box, press ‘Upload’ button to upload an application from NTXS unit. User can upload the application from the unit to the software from this dialog. Please check the unit and cable connections before starting upload.

  • Page 152: Download

    This error indicates that no communication has been established between the computer and the NTXS unit. Check the COM port selection and cable connections. 2 Unit is not responding after frame number XXXX Communication with unit has been lost. Try uploading again. You may need to close the NTXS program and restart it. Download When user clicks ‘Download’...

  • Page 153: Error Catalog

    Delete or change some of the entities to avoid overflow. The number of blocks embedded per screen is limited. For the rest of products, this limit is 256 words. If this number is exceeded, the above error is generated. To avoid this, delete or change some of the tags...

  • Page 154

    5. Can not download application. If this error message occures, then the application cannot be downloaded. To make the application downloadable delete or change some of the tags on screen, so that the number of words on screen will be within the maximum limit.

  • Page 155: Alarms

    Alarm ALARMS In this chapter..Define Alarm Using Alarm Window Difference between Real Time & Historical Alarm...

  • Page 156: Define Alarm

    Since a two-byte tag contains 16 bits one such tag can generate 16 alarms. So to define 64 alarms we need to create 4 groups with 4 different two byte tags & define one alarm per bit in that. In...

  • Page 157: Alarm Definition

    5. History – If this option is selected then the defined alarm is also logged in the memory as a historical alarm. There are two types of historical alarm: History with Acknowledge - Whenever the alarm comes, this will get added in the historical alarm container.

  • Page 158: Alarm Object

    Note: The active and acknowledge attributes are not applicable for historical alarms. Selected This list gives the attributes that are selected and will appear in an alarm display. To deselect the un- wanted attribute(s), highlight them and choose Delete button.

  • Page 159

    For Alarm Text attribute, user can enter the length in ‘Length’ field. For Time attribute, user can select the format as either HH:MM:SS or MM:SS from the combo box. For Active and Acknowledged attributes, user can check the desired radio button.

  • Page 160: Printing

    Printing PRINTING In this chapter..Printing from NTXS unit Printing from NTXS Software Printer Port Setup...

  • Page 161: Printing From Ntxs Unit

    Presentation of screen on printer page decided by No of Columns, Terminating Character and number of characters to print. Number Of Columns : By default this field is set to 80. But user can set any value upto column width of printer. Maximum limit is 80.

  • Page 162: Printing From Ntxs Software

    No Of Columns - 50 Terminating Char – CR + LF Result - After printing 50 chars , printer will insert 1 blank line of column width and carriage will return to home position. Note: Printer can print 5 X 7 font in same proportion. But if user selects bigger font size, then number of spaces will be inserted in two characters as per font size.

  • Page 163

    ‘All’ or by selecting specific attributes. Select particular attributes and click ‘OK’ for printing the selected current application information. Note: The above screen is for NT2S models. For NT3S models, Global keys and Screen keys attributes are grayed out.

  • Page 164: Miscellaneous

    Miscellaneous MISCELLANEOUS In this chapter..Convert Application NTXS Memory Status Font Editor Image conversion to bmp...

  • Page 165: Convert Application

    When you click on “Convert application” tool, first it will display the message for closing the screen session as follows. When you click on OK, it displays the list of other products in which application can be converted. Select the desired product and click on OK. It will ask for the confirmation and converts the application.

  • Page 166: Memory Configuration Wizard

    User can see the memory status of his application from Memory Configuration Wizard. It gives informa- tion about the available memory of the application, the used memory in the application and the free memory in terms of Bytes, KB and percentage.

  • Page 167: Font Editor

    Characters for these fonts can be edited and modified using font editor utility under Utilities Menu. While selecting Font Editor from the utility menu the screen should be on the lowest zoom level only. If it is not, then the software will display the following message.

  • Page 168

    Miscellaneous Now select the fonts from the Edit font menu. The following window will appear. The lower window shows the 256 supported character for the selected font. User can select the characters from this. After selecting that character will come on the maximum zoom level window.

  • Page 169: Image Conversion To Bmp

    11.4 Image Conversion to bmp This utility helps user to convert the image from any other type of picture format to bmp format ‘Image Conversion to bmp’ utility is located under Utility menu option. Clicking on this option following screen will be displayed.

  • Page 170

    Miscellaneous This utility support conversion for following types of image formats. Once image is saved in bmp format user can use Bitmap object for adding image to picture library .

  • Page 171: Diagnostics & Maintenance

    Diagnostic and Maintainance DIAGNOSTICS & MAINTENANCE In this chapter..Diagnostics Maintenance...

  • Page 172: Diagnostics, Erase Keys

    Diagnostic and Maintainance 12.1 Diagnostics 12.1.1 Erase Keys 1. Erase keys for Touch Screen NTXS Models: In some cases it may be necessary to erase firmware and/or application. Procedures for erasing firm- ware and application is given below: Application Erase NTXS SCREEN...

  • Page 173: Touchscreen Calibration Loss

    - Any press inside defined object boundary results in three short beeps. - Undefined area performs a task of some other defined object. User will have to calibrate the touch screen of the unit. Steps for calibrating the touch screen for NT3S models are as below: At power ON, press the center of the NT3S screen for more than 2 to 3 seconds.

  • Page 174: Maintenance

    12.2 Maintenance 12.2.1 Clean all sides of the unit using a isopropyl alcohol solution. Use a clean, soft piece of cloth. Do not use a rough cloth as it may produce scratches on the unit. Take proper care while cleaning the keypad of the unit, especially the LCD window.

  • Page 175: Appendix

    Appendix APPENDIX In this chapter..Omron Cable References and Diagrams Non-Omron Cable Diagrams List of features List of Supported Devices Technical Support...

  • Page 176: A Omron Cable References And Diagrams

    Appendix Omron Cable References and Diagrams Omron Cable References for connection to PLC’s peripheral ports (CMOS) NTXS Type Cable Type PLC Type Note NT2S-SF121B-EV2 NT2S-CN212-V1 (5 Meter) CPM1A Units are externally powered with NT2S-CN215-V1 (5 Meter) CPM2A 24 VDC. NT2S-SF125B-E...

  • Page 177: Omron Cable Diagrams For Serial Cables, Nt2s-cn232-v1 / Nt2s-cn235-v1

    Appendix Omron Cable Diagrams for Serial cables NT2S-CN232-V1 / NT2S-CN235-V1 OMRON PLC SIDE NTXS SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DB9 MALE Shield Wire (RS232) (RS232) Pin # SIGNALS Pin # SIGNALS Shield Wire Shield Wire to DB9 Body DB9 MALE...

  • Page 178: Nt2s-cn242-v1

    Appendix NT2S-CN242-V1 OMRON PLC SIDE NTXS SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DB9 FEMALE (RS232) (RS232) Shield Wire Pin # SIGNALS Pin # SIGNALS VCC +5 V +5 V Shield Wire Shield Wire to DB9 Body DB9 MALE DB9 FEMALE PINOUTS...

  • Page 179: Omron Cable Disgram For Nt2s / Nt3s Programming Cable, Nt2s-cn002

    Appendix Omron Cable Disgram for NT2S / NT3S Programming cable NT2S-CN002 PC SIDE NTXS SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 FEMALE DB9 MALE Shield Wire (RS232) (RS232) Pin # SIGNALS Pin # SIGNALS Shield Wire to DB9 Body on Both sides DB9 FEMALE...

  • Page 180: Omron Cable Diagram For Rs422 Communication Cable Xtradrive And Nt3s

    Appendix Omron Cable Diagram for RS422 Communication cable XtraDrive and NT3S XTRADRIVE NTXS SIDE SIDE 3M FEMALE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE 3M FEMALE Shield Wire SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS /TXD /RXD /RXD DB9 MALE FG case PINOUTS XTRADRIVE...

  • Page 181: B Non-omron Cable Diagrams, Ab Micrologix Series To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix Non-Omron Cable Diagrams AB MICROLOGIX SERIES TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE AB MICROLOGIX SIDE 2 mtr. MINIDIN 8 PIN MALE DB9 MALE (RS232) Shield Wire (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire 8 PIN MINIDIN CONNECTOR...

  • Page 182

    Appendix AB SLC DF1 PORT TO NTXS UNIT AB SLC SIDE NTXS SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DB9 FEMALE Shield Wire (RS232) (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE DB9 FEMALE Shield Wire to DB9 body PINOUTS PINOUTS...

  • Page 183: Aromat Fp0 / Fpm To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix AROMAT FP0 / FPM TO NTXS UNIT AROMAT FP0 NTXS SIDE SIDE 2 mtr. MINIDIN 5 PIN MALE DB9 MALE (RS232) Shield Wire (RS485) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS Shield Wire DB9 MALE 5 PIN MINIDIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS...

  • Page 184: Aromat Fp1 To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix AROMAT FP1 TO NTXS UNIT AROMAT FP1 NTXS SIDE SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DIN CONNECTOR MALE Shield Wire (RS485) (RS485) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS Shield Wire DIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS DB9 MALE PINOUTS...

  • Page 185: Aromat Fp2 To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix AROMAT FP2 TO NTXS UNIT AROMAT FP2 SIDE NTXS SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DB9 MALE (RS232) Shield Wire (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS Shield Wire to DB9 body DB9 MALE PINOUTS...

  • Page 186: Control Techniques To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix CONTROL TECHNIQUES TO NTXS UNIT CONTROL NTXS SIDE TECHNIQUES SIDE 2 mtr. 8 PIN MODULAR CONNECTOR DB9 MALE (RS422) (RS422) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS 8 PIN MODULAR CONNECTOR PINOUTS DB9 MALE R.H.S. VIEW FRONT VIEW PINOUTS Pin 1...

  • Page 187: Danfoss Drive To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix DANFOSS DRIVE TO NTXS UNIT DANFOSS DRIVE NTXS SIDE SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DB9 FEMALE Shield Wire (RS485) (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE DB9 FEMALE Shield Wire to DB9 body PINOUTS PINOUTS...

  • Page 188: Ge90 Series Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix GE90 SERIES PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE GE 90 SERIES SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE Shield Wire (RS485) DB15 MALE (RS485) Pin # SIGNALS # Pin # SIGNALS EARTH DB9 MALE Shield Wire PINOUTS DB15 MALE PINOUTS...

  • Page 189: Ge90 Series Snp-x Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix GE90 SERIES SNP-X PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE GE 90 SERIES SNP-X SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE Shield Wire (RS485) DB15 MALE (RS485) SIGNALS # Pin # SIGNALS Pin # EARTH DB9 MALE Shield Wire PINOUTS DB15 MALE...

  • Page 190

    Appendix IDEC MICRO TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE IDEC MICRO SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE MINIDIN 8 PIN MALE Shield Wire (RS485) (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS Shield Wire DB9 MALE 8 PIN MINIDIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS PINOUTS...

  • Page 191: Idec Microsmart Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix IDEC MICROSMART PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE IDEC MICROSMART SIDE 2 mtr. MINIDIN 8 PIN MALE DB9 MALE Shield Wire (RS232) (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire 8 PIN MINIDIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS PINOUTS...

  • Page 192: Keyence Kv Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix KEYENCE KV PLC TO NTXS UNIT KEYENCE KV NTXS SIDE PLC SIDE 2 mtr. 6X4 MODULAR DB9 MALE CONNECTOR (RS232) Shield Wire (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS 8 PIN MODULAR CONNECTOR Shield Wire PINOUTS R.H.S. VIEW DB9 MALE...

  • Page 193: Koyo Dl205 Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix KOYO DL205 PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE KOYO DL205 SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE 6 PIN MODULAR CONNECTOR Shield Wire SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS 6 PIN MODULAR CONNECTOR Shield Wire R.H.S. VIEW DB9 MALE FRONT VIEW...

  • Page 194: Lg Master K Series Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix LG MASTER K SERIES PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE LG MASTER PLC SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DB9 MALE Shield Wire (RS232) (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS Shield Wire DB9 MALE PINOUTS...

  • Page 195: Mitsubishi Fx Series Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix MITSUBISHI FX SERIES PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE MITSUBISHI FX PLC SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE Shield Wire DB25 MALE (RS485) (RS485) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire PINOUTS DB25 MALE PINOUTS...

  • Page 196: Mitsubishi Fx0 Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix MITSUBISHI FX0 PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE MITSIBISHI FX0 PLC SIDE 2 mtr. MINIDIN 8 PIN MALE DB9 MALE (RS485) Shield Wire (RS485) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS Shield Wire 8 PIN MINIDIN CONNECTOR DB9 MALE PINOUTS...

  • Page 197: Siemens Step 7 Micro(s7-200) Plc To Ntxs Unit

    SIEMENS STEP 7 MICRO(S7-200) PLC TO NTXS UNIT SIEMENS S7-200 SIDE NTXS SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DB9 MALE Shield Wire (RS485) (RS485) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire to DB9 body PINOUTS Note: These details are also applicable to Siemens S7-300...

  • Page 198: Siemens-s7 300 Series Plc To Ntxs Unit

    SIEMENS-S7 300 SERIES PLC TO NTXS UNIT SIEMENS S7-300 SIDE NTXS SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DB9 MALE Shield Wire (RS485) (RS485) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire to DB9 body PINOUTS Note: These details are also applicable to Siemens S7-200...

  • Page 199: Toshiba T1 Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix TOSHIBA T1 PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE TOSHIBA T1 SIDE 2 mtr. MINIDIN 8 PIN MALE DB9 MALE (RS485) Shield Wire (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire 8 PIN MINIDIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS PINOUTS...

  • Page 200: Toshiba T2 Plc To Ntxs Unit

    TOSHIBA T2 PLC TO NTXS UNIT TOSHIBA T2 NTXS SIDE SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE DB9 MALE (RS232) Shield Wire (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire PINOUTS Note: These details are also applicable to Siemens S7-300...

  • Page 201: Toshiba T1 Link Port To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix TOSHIBA T1 LINK PORT TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE TOSHIBA T1 LINK PORT SIDE 2 mtr. WIRE OUTS DB9 MALE SIGNAL FROM PLC Shield Wire (RS485) Pin # SIGNALS Pin # SIGNALS YELLOW GREEN BLACK WHITE BLUE DB9 MALE...

  • Page 202: Toshiba T2 Link Port To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix TOSHIBA T2 LINK PORT TO NTXS UNIT TOSHIBA T2 LINK PORT SIDE NTXS SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE Shield Wire (RS485) DB15 MALE (RS485) Pin # SIGNALS # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire PINOUTS DB15 MALE PINOUTS...

  • Page 203: Toshiba Inverter S Series To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix TOSHIBA INVERTER S SERIES TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE TOSHIBA VF-S7 SIDE 2 mtr. 8 PIN MODULAR DB9 MALE Shield Wire CONNECTOR (RS232) (RS232) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS CMOS TXD CMOS TXD Shield Wire 8 PIN MODULAR CONNECTOR...

  • Page 204: Tsx(07/37/57) Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix TSX(07/37/57) PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE TSX(07/37/57) SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE MINIDIN 8 PIN MALE (RS485) Shield Wire (RS485) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire 8 PIN MINIDIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS PINOUTS...

  • Page 205: Twido Plc To Ntxs Unit

    Appendix TWIDO PLC TO NTXS UNIT NTXS SIDE TWIDO SIDE 2 mtr. DB9 MALE MINIDIN 8 PIN MALE (RS485) Shield Wire (RS485) SIGNALS Pin # Pin # SIGNALS DB9 MALE Shield Wire 8 PIN MINIDIN CONNECTOR PINOUTS PINOUTS...

  • Page 206: C List Of Features

    Appendix List Of Features The next chapter will guide you through the creation of your first project. Before you proceed, you may wish to read this brief list of some of the features offered in the NTXS. ICON NAME DESCRPITION...

  • Page 207

    Performs a set of tasks based on the number of logical states defined in the configuration. Numeric Keypad Enters decimal or hex data into the register or 1 or 0 into the coil. Analog Meter Changes its needle position according to the value of PLC register.

  • Page 208

    Appendix ICON NAME DESCRPITION Download Application Downloads the application & firmware in the NTXS unit Upload Application Uploads application from the NTXS memory...

  • Page 209: D List Of Supported Devices

    Keyence KV Series Koyo DL205 LG Master-K 300S LG MASTER-K Series PLCs Mitsubishi FX Modbus( Unit as Master) Modbus ( Unit as Slave) Omron Host Link Omron NT Link Omron/Yaskawa Inverters Siemens Step-7 Micro Siemens-S7 300 Series PLCs Toshiba T Series...

  • Page 210: E Technical Support

    Appendix Technical Support Omron Europe B.V. Wegalaan 67-69 NL-2132 JD Hoofddorp The Netherlands :(+31)23-5681300 Fax :(+31)23 5681388 Website: www.omron-industrial.com...

  • Page 211: Index

    Index Goto Popup Screen 127 Goto Previous Screen 116 Add a Constant To Tag 118 Graphic Wizards 69 Add Tag B To Tag A 120 Analog Meter 93 Animation Properties 67 Help Menu 48 Application TaskList 109 Associated Screens 55...

  • Page 212

    Tag Database 50 Tasks 109 Text Object 63 Time 66 Toggle bit 122 Touch-Screen Tasklist 115 Turn bit Off 121 Turn bit On 121 Utilities Menu 47 Wait 125 Wizards 73 Word Button 78 Word Lamp 85 Write Value To Tag 117...

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