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I/o Number Setting - Mitsubishi Electric MOTION CONTROLLERS Q172DCPU Programming Manual

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3 COMMON PARAMETERS

3.2.3 I/O number setting

Set the modules installed in the each slot of the main base or extension base and
assign the control CPU of applicable slot as the self CPU in the system setting for
Motion CPU.
The following modules must be set the I/O No..
• Input module
• Analogue input module • Analogue output module
Refer to the help of MT Developer for the detailed operating procedure on the system
settings screen.
Set the I/O No. of modules controlled with the Motion CPU module set in the system
structure screen of MT Developer. The setting procedure of I/O No. is shown below.
(Example) For set the output module
<System Structure>
<Motion Slot Settings>
<I/O Module Settings>
(Note): Display of system setting and motion slot setting are different depending on the operating system
software.
POINT
I/O No.s cannot be assigned automatically, unlike a PLC CPU for which I/O No. are
assigned automatically if such setting is omitted in the Motion CPU. In the Motion
CPU, be sure to set the first I/O No. in System Settings for each module used.
• Output module
3 - 18
• Input/Output composite module
1) Double-click the slot position, display
the Motion Slot Settings screen.
2) Select the I/O module.
3) Click [Detail Setting].
4) Set the first I/O No.
(PX No., PY No.).
5) Select applicable module type
and number of points for
the I/O module to be used.
6) Click [OK].

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