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  • Page 1

    SERIES PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS USER'S MANUAL Analog Control Edition Voltage / Current Input -2AD-BD -4AD -4AD-ADP -4AD Voltage / Current Output -1DA-BD -4DA -4DA-ADP Voltage / Current Input / Output Mixture -3A-ADP Temperature Sensor Input -4AD-PT-ADP -4AD-PTW-ADP -4AD-PNK-ADP -4AD-TC-ADP...

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions (Read these precautions before use.) Before installation, operation, maintenance or inspection of this product, thoroughly read through and understand this manual and all of the associated manuals. Also, take care to handle the module properly and safely. This manual classifies the safety precautions into two categories: Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions, resulting in death or severe injury.

  • Page 4

    Safety Precautions (Read these precautions before use.) 2. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product. •...

  • Page 5

    • Do not disassemble or modify the PLC. Doing so may cause fire, equipment failures, or malfunctions. For repair, contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. • Turn off the power to the PLC before connecting or disconnecting any extension cable.

  • Page 6

    Safety Precautions (Read these precautions before use.) MEMO...

  • Page 7

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 8

    • Since the examples indicated by this manual, technical bulletin, catalog, etc. are used as a reference, please use it after confirming the function and safety of the equipment and system. Mitsubishi Electric will accept no responsibility for actual use of the product based on these illustrative examples.

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents Table of Contents SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ....................(1) A. Common Items 1. Introduction 1.1 Outline and Features of Analog Control..................A-1 1.1.1 Analog input control........................A-2 1.1.2 Analog output control........................A-3 1.1.3 Temperature sensor input control....................A-4 2.

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents 4.2.6 FX -1DA-BD ..........................A-40 4.3 Mixed Analog Input/Output......................A-41 4.3.1 FX -3A-ADP..........................A-41 4.3.2 FX -5A .............................A-42 4.3.3 FX -3A .............................A-44 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input ......................A-45 4.4.1 FX -4AD-PT-ADP ........................A-45 4.4.2 FX -4AD-PTW-ADP.........................A-46 4.4.3 FX -4AD-PNK-ADP .........................A-47...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents B. FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................B-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................B-4 1.3 Connectable PLC and Version Numbers ..................B-5 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number .................B-5 2.

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents 5.4.11 BFM#28: Over-scale status ......................B-35 5.4.12 BFM#29: Error status .......................B-36 5.4.13 BFM#30: Model code .......................B-37 5.4.14 BFM#41 to #44: Offset data / BFM#51 to #54: Gain data ............B-37 5.4.15 BFM#61 to #64: Addition data ....................B-38 5.4.16 BFM#71 to #74: Lower limit error setting / BFM#81 to #84: Upper limit error setting....B-39 5.4.17 BFM#91 to #94: Abrupt change detection value setting............B-40 5.4.18 BFM#99: Clearance of upper/lower limit error data and abrupt change detection data ...B-41...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents C. FX -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................C-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................C-4 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number ..................C-5 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number ................

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents D. FX -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................D-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................D-5 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number ..................D-6 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number ................

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents E. FX -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................E-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................E-4 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number ..................E-5 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number .................E-5 2.

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents 5.4.17 BFM#50: Setting of output corrective function by load resistance (only in voltage output mode)/BFM#51 to #54: Load resistance values........E-33 5.4.18 BFM#60: Status automatic transfer function setting..............E-34 5.4.19 BFM#61: Error status data automatic transfer-to data register specification......E-35 5.4.20 BFM#62: Upper/lower limit function status data automatic transfer-to data register specification..........................E-36 5.4.21 BFM#63: Specification of data register for automatic transfer at disconnection detection ..E-37...

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents F. FX -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................F-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................F-4 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number ..................F-5 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number .................F-6 2.

  • Page 18: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents G. FX -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................G-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................G-5 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number ..................G-6 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number ................

  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents H. FX -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................H-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................H-4 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number ..................H-5 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number ................

  • Page 20

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents 6. Troubleshooting H-37 6.1 PLC Version Number Check ..................... H-37 6.2 Wiring Check..........................H-37 6.3 Special Device Check ....................... H-37 6.4 Program Check ......................... H-38 6.5 Error Status Check........................H-38...

  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents I. FX -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................I-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................. I-4 1.3 Connectable PLC and Its Version Number ................... I-5 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number ................

  • Page 22: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents J. FX -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................J-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................J-4 1.3 Connectable PLC and Its Version Number .................. J-5 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number .................

  • Page 23: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents K. FX -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................K-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................K-4 1.3 Connectable PLC and Its Version Number ..................K-5 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number .................K-6 2.

  • Page 24: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents L. FX -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of Functions ........................L-3 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation ................L-4 1.3 Connectable PLC and Its Version Number .................. L-5 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number .................

  • Page 25: Table Of Contents

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents M. PID Instruction (FNC 88) 1. Outline 1.1 Outline of function ........................M-3 1.2 Basic Operation Expressions in PID Instruction (Reference)............M-4 2. How to Use PID Instruction 2.1 Explanation of function and operation..................M-5 2.2 Relationship Between Parameter Setting and Auto-Tuning............

  • Page 26

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Table of Contents...

  • Page 27: Outline And Features Of Analog Control

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Introduction Common Items 1.1 Outline and Features of Analog Control Introduction This manual describes the analog products for the FX Series PLC. This chapter describes the analog control methods and applications. Outline and Features of Analog Control For the FX Series, there are 3 types of analog control: Voltage/Current input, Voltage/Current output, and Temperature Sensor input.

  • Page 28: Analog Input Control

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Introduction Common Items 1.1 Outline and Features of Analog Control 1.1.1 Analog input control Input the voltage/current signal from a flowmeter, pressure sensor, etc. to the PLC to monitor the condition of the workpiece or equipment.

  • Page 29: Analog Output Control

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Introduction Common Items 1.1 Outline and Features of Analog Control 1.1.2 Analog output control Output the voltage/current signal from the PLC to an inverter, etc. to control the inverter frequency, etc. Inverter, etc. Series PLC Voltage or Analog output...

  • Page 30: Temperature Sensor Input Control

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Introduction Common Items 1.1 Outline and Features of Analog Control 1.1.3 Temperature sensor input control Use the PLC to check the workpiece/machine temperature measured with a thermocouple or platinum resistance thermometer sensor. Series PLC Temperature data Temperature data...

  • Page 31: Types Of Analog Products

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.1 Types of Analog Products Description of Analog Products Types of Analog Products Analog input/output products are required to perform analog control using the FX Series PLC. There are 3 types of input/output products: the expansion board, special adapter and the special function block.

  • Page 32: Special Adapter

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.1 Types of Analog Products 2.1.2 Special adapter The analog special adapter uses PLC devices to send/receive data to/from the PLC. 1. FX Series PLC • Connect the special adapter to the left side of the FX Series PLC.

  • Page 33

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.1 Types of Analog Products 3. FX Series PLC • Connect the special adapter(s) to the left side of the FX Series PLC. • Up to 2 analog special adapters can be connected. Analog special adapters Up to 2 analog adapters can be connected.

  • Page 34

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.1 Types of Analog Products 6. FX -32MT-LT(-2) PLC • Connect the special adapter(s) to the left side of the FX -32MT-LT(-2) PLC. • An expansion board is needed to connect the special adapter(s). •...

  • Page 35: Special Function Block

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.1 Types of Analog Products 2.1.3 Special function block The special function block uses buffer memory (BFM) to send/receive data to/from the PLC. 1. FX Series PLC •...

  • Page 36

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.1 Types of Analog Products 4. FX Series PLC • Connect the special function block(s) to the right side of the FX Series PLC. • In some cases, FX -CNV-IF or FX -1PS-5V may be needed for connection.

  • Page 37: List Of Analog Product Models

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.2 List of Analog Product Models List of Analog Product Models The analog input/output products compatible with the FX Series PLC are described below: 2.2.1 Expansion board •...

  • Page 38

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.2 List of Analog Product Models 2.2.3 Special function block • FX Series PLC No. of Refer- Type Range Resolution Function channels ence Voltage/current input Voltage: 0.32 mV Combined use of voltage and -10 V to +10 V DC...

  • Page 39

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.2 List of Analog Product Models No. of Refer- Type Range Resolution Function channels ence Voltage/current input/output mixture Voltage: 0.32 mV -10 V to +10 V DC (with sign, 16 bits) Input Combined use of voltage and...

  • Page 40

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Description of Analog Products Common Items 2.2 List of Analog Product Models No. of Refer- Type Range Resolution Function channels ence Temperature sensor input Example: Compatible with thermocouple Type K: types K, J, R, S, E, T, B, N, PL II, -600 °C to +1300 °C W5Re/W26Re, U, and L.

  • Page 41

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.1 FX3S Series PLC System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products This section shows drawings to describe the configuration of analog units for the FX Series PLC.

  • Page 42

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.2 FX3G Series PLC Series PLC 3.2.1 Connection of expansion boards, special adapters 1. FX Series PLC (14-point, 24-point type) represent the connecting positions.

  • Page 43: System Configuration Drawings Of Analog Products A

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.2 FX3G Series PLC 2. FX Series PLC (40-point, 60-point type) , and represent the connecting positions. (For a detailed description of installation, refer to the Series User’s Manual - Hardware Edition.)

  • Page 44: Fx 3g Series Plc

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.2 FX3G Series PLC 3.2.2 Connection of special function blocks Series PLC represent the connecting positions. (For a detailed description of installation, refer to the Series User’s Manual - Hardware Edition.)

  • Page 45

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.3 FX3GC Series PLC Series PLC 3.3.1 Connection of special adapters Series PLC To connect the special function blocks or the conversion adapters refer to Subsection 3.3.2. represent the connecting positions.

  • Page 46: Connection Of Special Function Blocks

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.3 FX3GC Series PLC 3.3.2 Connection of special function blocks Series PLC represent the connecting positions. (For a detailed description of installation, refer to the Series User’s Manual - Hardware Edition.) To connect the special adapters , refer to Subsection 3.3.1.

  • Page 47: Connection Of Special Adapters

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.4 FX3U Series PLC Series PLC 3.4.1 Connection of special adapters Series PLC , refer to the next page. To connect special function blocks , and represent the connecting positions.

  • Page 48

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.4 FX3U Series PLC 3.4.2 Connection of special function blocks Series PLC , and represent the connecting positions. (For a detailed description of installation, refer to the Series User’s Manual - Hardware Edition.) To connect the special adapters or the expansion boards...

  • Page 49

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.5 FX3UC Series PLC Series PLC 3.5.1 Connection of special adapters 1. FX (D, DS, DSS) Series PLC To connect the special function blocks or the conversion adapters refer to Subsection 3.5.2-1.

  • Page 50

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.5 FX3UC Series PLC 2. FX -32MT-LT(-2) PLC To connect the special function blocks or the conversion adapters refer to Subsection 3.5.2-2. , and represent the connecting positions.

  • Page 51

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.5 FX3UC Series PLC 3.5.2 Connection of special function blocks 1. FX (D, DS, DSS) Series PLC represent the connecting positions. (For a detailed description of installation, refer to the Series User’s Manual - Hardware Edition.) To connect the special adapters , refer to Subsection 3.5.1-1.

  • Page 52: Fx 3uc Series Plc

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 System Configuration Drawings of Analog Products Common Items 3.5 FX3UC Series PLC 2. FX -32MT-LT(-2) PLC represent the connecting positions. , and (For a detailed description of installation, refer to the Series User’s Manual - Hardware Edition.) To connect the special adapters or the expansion boards refer to Subsection 3.5.1-2.

  • Page 53: Analog Input

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.1 Analog Input Comparison of Performance Specifications The analog product performance specifications are shown in the following tables. Select the optimal product for your equipment. Analog Input 4.1.1 -4AD-ADP -4AD-ADP...

  • Page 54

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.1 Analog Input -2AD 4.1.2 -2AD Specifications Voltage input Current input Number of input points 0V to 5V DC 4mA to 20mA DC 0V to 10V DC Analog input range (Input resistance: 250 Ω) (Input resistance: 200 kΩ)

  • Page 55

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.1 Analog Input 4.1.3 -4AD -4AD Specifications Voltage input Current input Number of input points -20mA to +20mA DC -10V to +10V DC Analog input range 4mA to 20mA DC (Input resistance: 200 kΩ) (Input resistance: 250 Ω)

  • Page 56: Fx 2n -4ad

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.1 Analog Input -4AD 4.1.4 FX 2N -4AD Specifications Voltage input Current input Number of input points -20mA to +20mA DC -10V to +10V DC Analog input range 4mA to 20mA DC (Input resistance: 200 kΩ) (Input resistance: 250 Ω)

  • Page 57

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.1 Analog Input 4.1.5 -4AD -4AD Specifications Voltage input Current input Number of input points -20mA to +20mA DC -10V to +10V DC Analog input range 4mA to 20mA DC (Input resistance: 200 kΩ) (Input resistance: 250 Ω)

  • Page 58

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.1 Analog Input 4.1.6 -4AD -4AD Specifications Voltage input Current input Number of input points -20mA to +20mA DC -10V to +10V DC Analog input range 4mA to 20mA DC (Input resistance: 200 kΩ) (Input resistance: 250 Ω)

  • Page 59

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.1 Analog Input 4.1.7 -8AD -8AD Specifications Voltage input Current input Number of input points -20mA to +20mA DC -10V to +10V DC Analog input range 4mA to 20mA DC (Input resistance: 200 kΩ) (Input resistance: 250 Ω)

  • Page 60

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.1 Analog Input 4.1.8 -2AD-BD -2AD-BD Specifications Voltage input Current input Number of input points 0V to 10V DC 4mA to 20mA DC Analog input range (Input resistance: 250 Ω) (Input resistance: 198.7 kΩ) Absolute maximum input...

  • Page 61

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.2 Analog Output Analog Output 4.2.1 -4DA-ADP -4DA-ADP Specifications Voltage output Current output Number of output points 0V to 10V DC 4mA to 20mA DC Analog output range (External load: 500 Ω...

  • Page 62

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.2 Analog Output 4.2.2 -2DA -2DA Specifications Voltage output Current output Number of output points 0V to 10V DC 4mA to 20mA DC 0V to 5V DC Analog output range (External load: 400 Ω...

  • Page 63

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.2 Analog Output 4.2.3 -4DA -4DA Specifications Voltage output Current output Number of output points 0mA to 20mA DC -10V to +10V DC Analog output range 4mA to 20mA DC (External load: 1 k to 1 MΩ) (External load: 500 Ω...

  • Page 64

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.2 Analog Output 4.2.4 -4DA - 4DA Specifications Voltage output Current output Number of output points 0mA to 20mA DC -10V to +10V DC Analog output range 4mA to 20mA DC (External load: 2 k to 1 MΩ) (External load: 500 Ω...

  • Page 65

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.2 Analog Output 4.2.5 -4DA -4DA Specifications Voltage output Current output Number of output points 0mA to 20mA DC -10V to +10V DC Analog output range 4mA to 20mA DC (External load: 2 k to 1 MΩ) (External load: 500 Ω...

  • Page 66

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.2 Analog Output 4.2.6 -1DA-BD -1DA-BD Specifications Voltage output Current output Number of output points 0V to 10V DC 4mA to 20mA DC Analog output range (External load: 500 Ω...

  • Page 67: Mixed Analog Input/output

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.3 Mixed Analog Input/Output Mixed Analog Input/Output 4.3.1 -3A-ADP -3A-ADP Specifications Voltage input Current input Voltage output Current output Number of input/ output points 0V to 10V DC 0V to 10V DC 4mA to 20mA DC Analog input/...

  • Page 68

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.3 Mixed Analog Input/Output 4.3.2 1. Analog input Specifications Voltage input Current input Number of input points -10V to +10V DC -20mA to +20mA DC Analog input range -100mV to +100mV DC 4mA to 20mA DC (Input resistance: 250 Ω)

  • Page 69

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.3 Mixed Analog Input/Output Specifications Voltage output Current output 0mA to 20mA DC -10V to +10V DC Analog output range 4mA to 20mA DC (External load: 5 k to 1 MΩ) (External load: 500 Ω...

  • Page 70

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.3 Mixed Analog Input/Output 4.3.3 Specifications Voltage input Current input Voltage output Current output Number of input/output points 0V to 10V DC 0V to 10V DC Analog input/ 4mA to 20mA DC 4mA to 20mA DC...

  • Page 71: Temperature Sensor Input

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input Temperature Sensor Input 4.4.1 -4AD-PT-ADP -4AD-PT-ADP Specifications Centigrade (°C) Fahrenheit (°F) Number of input points 3-wire platinum resistance thermometer sensor(s) Input signal JIS C 1604-1997 Rated temperature range -50°C to +250°C...

  • Page 72

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input 4.4.2 -4AD-PTW-ADP -4AD-PTW-ADP Specifications Centigrade (°C) Fahrenheit (°F) Number of input points 3-wire platinum resistance thermometer sensor(s) Input signal JIS C 1604-1997 Rated temperature range -100°C to +600°C -148°F to +1112°F...

  • Page 73

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input 4.4.3 -4AD-PNK-ADP -4AD-PNK-ADP Specifications Centigrade (°C) Fahrenheit (°F) Number of input points Platinum resistance thermometer sensor (2-wire or 3-wire) Pt1000 JIS C 1604-1997 Input signal Nickel resistance thermometer sensor (2-wire or 3-wire) Ni1000 DIN 43760-1987...

  • Page 74

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input 4.4.4 -4AD-TC-ADP -4AD-TC-ADP Specifications Centigrade (°C) Fahrenheit (°F) Number of input points Thermocouple type K or J Input signal JIS C 1602-1995 •...

  • Page 75

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input 4.4.5 -4AD-PT -4AD-PT Specifications Centigrade (°C) Fahrenheit (°F) Number of input points 3-wire platinum resistance thermometer sensor(s) DIN43760 Input signal Pt100 JIS C 1604-1997 JPt100 JIS C 1604-1981 Input signal current 1mA(Constant current system)

  • Page 76

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input 4.4.6 -4AD-TC -4AD-TC Specifications Centigrade (°C) Fahrenheit (°F) Number of input points Thermocouple type K or J Input signal JIS C 1602-1995 •...

  • Page 77

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input 4.4.7 -8AD -8AD Specifications Centigrade (°C) Fahrenheit (°F) Number of input points Thermocouple type K, J, and T Input signal JIS C 1602-1995 •...

  • Page 78

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input 4.4.8 -2LC *1*2 -2LC Specifications Centigrade (°C) Fahrenheit (°F) Number of input points Thermocouple type K, J, R, S, E, T, B, N, PL II, W5Re/W26Re, U, and L JIS C 1602-1995 Input signal 3-wire platinum resistance thermometer sensor(s)

  • Page 79

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Comparison of Performance Specifications Common Items 4.4 Temperature Sensor Input 4.4.9 -4LC *1*2 -4LC Specifications Centigrade (°C) Fahrenheit (°F) Number of input points Thermocouple type K, J, R, S, E, T, B, N JIS C 1602-1995 PL II, W5Re/W26Re, U, and L 3-wire platinum resistance thermometer sensor(s) Input signal...

  • Page 80: Version Number

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Version Number Common Items 5.1 PLC Main Unit Version Number PLC Main Unit 5.1.1 Manufacturer's serial number check method The year and month of production of the PLC main unit can be checked on the nameplate, and "LOT" indicated on the front of the product.

  • Page 81: Version Check

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Version Number Common Items 5.1 PLC Main Unit 2. Checking the front of the product The year and month of production of the PLC main unit can be checked from the manufacturer's serial number "LOT"...

  • Page 82

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Version Number Common Items 5.2 Special adapter Special adapter 5.2.1 Manufacturer's serial number check method 1. Checking the nameplate The year and month of production of the special adapter can be checked from the manufacturer's serial number "S/N"...

  • Page 83: Manual Introduction (types, Contents, And Obtainment)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Manual Introduction (Types, Contents, and Obtainment) Common Items 6.1 How to Use the Manuals Manual Introduction (Types, Contents, and Obtainment) This chapter describes the FX Series PLC main unit instruction manual and the various manuals of analog products.

  • Page 84: Description Of Related Manuals

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Manual Introduction (Types, Contents, and Obtainment) Common Items 6.2 Description of Related Manuals Description of Related Manuals The main manuals necessary for the use of analog products are described below. These manuals are classified into two groups: manuals necessary for the PLC main unit, and manuals necessary for analog products.

  • Page 85

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Manual Introduction (Types, Contents, and Obtainment) Common Items 6.2 Description of Related Manuals Supplied with Document product or Manual type Description number supplied separately Series PLC I/O specifications, wiring and installation of the PLC main unit FX extracted from the FX Series User’s...

  • Page 86: Manuals Of Analog Units

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Manual Introduction (Types, Contents, and Obtainment) Common Items 6.2 Description of Related Manuals 6.2.3 Manuals of analog units The manuals of various analog units are described below: Supplied with Document product or Manual type Description number...

  • Page 87

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Manual Introduction (Types, Contents, and Obtainment) Common Items 6.2 Description of Related Manuals Supplied with Document product or Manual type Description number supplied separately Temperature sensor unit This manual describes the FX -4AD-PT-ADP platinum -4AD-PT-ADP Supplied with...

  • Page 88: Generic Names And Abbreviations In This Manual

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Generic Names and Abbreviations in This Manual Common Items 6.2 Description of Related Manuals Generic Names and Abbreviations in This Manual 1. Main unit Abbreviation, generic name Description Generic name for the FX , FX , FX , FX...

  • Page 89

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Generic Names and Abbreviations in This Manual Common Items 6.2 Description of Related Manuals Abbreviation, generic name Description High-speed input/output special Generic name for high-speed input special adapter and high-speed output adapter special adapter.

  • Page 90: Fx 2nc -4ad

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Generic Names and Abbreviations in This Manual Common Items 6.2 Description of Related Manuals Abbreviation, generic name Description Generic name for FX Series special function block, FX Series special function block, FX Series special function unit, FX Series special function Special function unit/block...

  • Page 91

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 92

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input)

  • Page 93: Outline

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter outlines the FX -4AD/FX -4AD. For common descriptions of the FX -4AD and FX -4AD, these model names are referred to as the 4AD. Outline of Functions The FX -4AD is an analog special function block which is connectable with the FX...

  • Page 94: Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting to use the 4AD, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -4AD/FX -4AD Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 95: Connectable Plc And Version Numbers

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 1.3 Connectable PLC and Version Numbers Connectable PLC and Version Numbers -4AD is compatible with the following PLC. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC Ver.

  • Page 96: Specifications

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general, power supply, and performance specifications for the 4AD. Generic Specifications Item Specifications 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating Ambient temperature -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored...

  • Page 97: Power Supply Specifications

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 2.2 Power Supply Specifications Power Supply Specifications -4AD Item Specifications 24V DC ±10%, 90mA A/D conversion circuit drive power (It is necessary to supply 24V DC from the terminal block.) 5V DC, 110mA CPU drive power (Since the internal power is supplied from the main unit, it is not necessary to supply power...

  • Page 98: Input Mode (characteristics) Bfm#0

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 2.4 Input Mode (Characteristics) BFM#0 Input Mode (Characteristics) BFM#0 For the 4AD, there are two types of input characteristics: voltage (-10 to +10V) and current (4 to 20mA, -20 to +20mA) input characteristics.

  • Page 99: Wiring

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 2.4 Input Mode (Characteristics) BFM#0 Wiring This chapter describes the 4AD wiring. Observe the following cautions when wiring the 4AD. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 100: Terminal Layout

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout -4AD Signal Application 24V DC power supply Ground terminal Channel-1 analog input Channel-2 analog input Channel-3 analog input Channel-4 analog input -4AD Signal Application...

  • Page 101: Cable And Terminal Tightening Torque

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 3.2 Cable and Terminal Tightening Torque Cable and Terminal Tightening Torque 3.2.1 Power cable (FX -4AD) Supply the 24 V DC power to FX -4AD via the power supply connector. The power crossover cable (type "C"...

  • Page 102

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 3.2 Cable and Terminal Tightening Torque 3.2.3 Cable (FX -4AD) Use the following cables to connect with counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable end as shown below. 1.

  • Page 103: Examples Of Power Supply Circuit

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 3.3 Examples of Power Supply Circuit Examples of Power Supply Circuit 3.3.1 -4AD Below are shown examples of circuits for using the 24V DC service power supply of the FX Series PLC.

  • Page 104: Cautions Regarding Connection Of Power Cables

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 3.3 Examples of Power Supply Circuit 3.3.2 -4AD Wiring example of FX Series PLC Terminal block Terminal block Series PLC Series PLC -4AD -4AD (Main unit) (Input extension block +15V +15V...

  • Page 105: Analog Input Line

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 3.4 Analog Input Line Analog Input Line The analog input type, "voltage input "or "current input", can be selected for each channel. 3.4.1 -4AD -4AD External power supply wiring +15V 24V DC...

  • Page 106: Grounding

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 3.5 Grounding 3.4.2 -4AD If current input is -4AD selected Terminal block 6.8kΩ ch V+ 250Ω I+ 200kΩ COM If voltage input is selected 6.8kΩ ch V+ 250Ω...

  • Page 107

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Analog Input -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 4.1 Analog Input Procedures Analog Input This chapter describes the minimum programming necessary to readout the 4AD analog data. Follow the procedure below to confirm that the analog data can be properly read out. Analog Input Procedures Unit number check Unit numbers from 0 to 7 will be assigned to the special function units/blocks starting from the left.

  • Page 108

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Analog Input -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 4.1 Analog Input Procedures Creation of sequence program Create the program as follows to read analog signals. • While referring to step 2, set the input mode "H****". •...

  • Page 109: Buffer Memory (bfm)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.1 Assignment of Unit Numbers and Outline of Buffer Memory Buffer Memory (BFM) This chapter describes the buffer memory incorporated in 4AD. Assignment of Unit Numbers and Outline of Buffer Memory 1.

  • Page 110

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.1 Assignment of Unit Numbers and Outline of Buffer Memory 2. Outline of buffer memory The analog signals input into the 4AD will be converted into digital values and then stored in the 4AD buffer memory.

  • Page 111: Buffer Memory Reading/writing Method

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.2 Buffer Memory Reading/Writing Method Buffer Memory Reading/Writing Method To read or write to the 4AD buffer memory, use the FROM/TO instructions or buffer memory direct specifications However, to use buffer memory direct specification , software compatible with FX...

  • Page 112: Buffer Memory List (bfm)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.3 Buffer Memory List (BFM) Buffer Memory List (BFM) 4AD incorporates the following buffer memories. → For a detailed description of the buffer memory, refer to Section 5.4 and subsequent sections. BFM number Description Setting range...

  • Page 113

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.3 Buffer Memory List (BFM) BFM number Description Setting range Initial value Data type Reference Convenient function setting: Convenient functions: Automatic send Hexadeci- Subsection function, data addition, upper/lower limit H0000 at delivery 5.4.8...

  • Page 114

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.3 Buffer Memory List (BFM) BFM number Description Setting range Initial value Data type Reference Channel-1 upper limit value error setting Maximum digital Decimal (Valid if b1 of BFM#22 is set to ON) value in input range From lower limit...

  • Page 115

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.3 Buffer Memory List (BFM) BFM number Description Setting range Initial value Data type Reference Upper/lower limit error status data (BFM#26) Subsection automatic transfer-to data register specification 0 to 7999 K208 at delivery Decimal...

  • Page 116: Buffer Memory Details

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details Buffer Memory Details 5.4.1 BFM#0: Input mode specification Initial value (at delivery): H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) Specify the input modes of channel 1 to 4. 4 hexadecimal digits are assigned to specify the input modes of the 4 channels.

  • Page 117: Bfm#2 To #5: Averaging Time

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.2 BFM#2 to #5: Averaging time Setting range: 1 to 4095 Initial value: K1 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) To change the channel data type from the immediate data (channels 1 to 4: BFM#10 to #13) to the average data, set the desired averaging time (channels 1 to 4 : BFM#2 to 5).

  • Page 118: Bfm#6 To #9: Digital Filter Setting

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.3 BFM#6 to #9: Digital filter setting Setting range: 0 to 1600 Initial value: K0 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) To use the digital filter for channel data (BFM#10 to #13 for channels 1 to 4), set the digital filter value in the corresponding buffer memory (BFM#6 to #9 for channels 1 to 4).

  • Page 119: Bfm#10 To #13: Channel Data

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.4 BFM#10 to #13: Channel data Numeric data type: Decimal (K) Use these buffer memories to store the A/D converted digital values. The channel data (BFM#10 to #13 for channels 1 to 4) and the data update timing will depend on the set averaging time (BFM#2 to #5 for channels 1 to 4) or the digital filter setting condition (BFM#6 to #9 for channels 1 to 4) as shown in the following table.

  • Page 120: Bfm#19: Data Change Disable

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.5 BFM#19: Data change disable Setting range: K2080, or value other than K2080 Initial value (at delivery): K2080 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) Disables adjustment of the following BFMs: •...

  • Page 121: Bfm#22: Convenient Function Setting

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.8 BFM#22: Convenient function setting Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) Turn on each bit (b0 to b8) of BFM#22 to enable the function assigned to each bit (refer to the following table). Turn off each bit to disable the function of each bit.

  • Page 122

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 2. Caution regarding convenient function setting • Even if the data addition function is used, the value before adding the addition data (BFM#61 to #64) will be checked to detect the over-scale error.

  • Page 123: Bfm#26: Upper/lower Limit Error Status

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.9 BFM#26: Upper/lower limit error status Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) If channel data (BFM#10 to #13) is out of the range set by the lower limit error data (BFM#71 to #74) and the upper limit error data (BFM#81 to #84), the following operation will be performed: •...

  • Page 124: Bfm#27: Abrupt Change Detection Status

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.10 BFM#27: Abrupt change detection status Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) When channel data (BFM#10 to #13) is updated, if the difference between the previous value and the new value is larger than the set abrupt change detection value (value set in BFM#91 to #94), the following operation will be performed: •...

  • Page 125: Bfm#28: Over-scale Status

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.11 BFM#28: Over-scale status Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) If the input analog value is out of the A/D conversion range, the following operation will be performed: •...

  • Page 126: Bfm#29: Error Status

    Power supply error or the voltage supplied. -4AD/FX -4AD may be defective. Please contact your local Hardware error Mitsubishi Electric representative. The A/D conversion value is abnormal. A/D conversion error Check the over-scale status data (BFM#28) to localize the error channel.

  • Page 127: Bfm#30: Model Code

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.13 BFM#30: Model code Initial value: K2080 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) "K2080" (fixed value) is stored as the model code. 5.4.14 BFM#41 to #44: Offset data / BFM#51 to #54: Gain data Setting range: See below.

  • Page 128: Bfm#61 To #64: Addition Data

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 2. Offset/gain data change Set offset data and gain data to change the input characteristics. The offset and gain data can be set for each channel. If the voltage input mode is set, write the offset and gain data in mV.

  • Page 129: Bfm#71 To #74: Lower Limit Error Setting / Bfm#81 To #84: Upper Limit Error Setting

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.16 BFM#71 to #74: Lower limit error setting / BFM#81 to #84: Upper limit error setting Setting range: See below. Initial value: See below.

  • Page 130: Bfm#91 To #94: Abrupt Change Detection Value Setting

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.17 BFM#91 to #94: Abrupt change detection value setting Setting range: See below. Initial value: See below. Numeric data type: Decimal (K) When channel data (BFM#10 to #13) is updated, if the difference between the previous value and the new value is larger than the set abrupt change detection value (value set in BFM#91 to #94), the system will judge that the channel data is changed abruptly.

  • Page 131: Bfm#99: Clearance Of Upper/lower Limit Error Data And Abrupt Change Detection Data

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.18 BFM#99: Clearance of upper/lower limit error data and abrupt change detection data Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) Three error data clearance commands (lower limit error data clearance command, upper limit error data clearance command, and abrupt change detection data clearance command) are respectively assigned to the 3 lower bits of BFM#99.

  • Page 132: Bfm#109: Minimum Peak Value Resetting / Bfm#119: Maximum Peak Value Resetting

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.20 BFM#109: Minimum peak value resetting / BFM#119: Maximum peak value resetting Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) BFM#109 can reset the minimum peak value (BFM#101 to #104), and BFM#119 can reset the maximum peak value (BFM#111 to #114).

  • Page 133: Bfm#126: Upper/lower Error Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 3. Caution regarding EEPROM writing If data is written to BFM#0, #19, #21, #22, #125 to #129, or #198, the data will also be written to the 4AD EEPROM.

  • Page 134: Bfm#127: Abrupt Change Detection Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.23 BFM#127: Abrupt change detection status data automatic transfer-to data register specification Setting range: 0 to 7999 Initial value (at delivery) : K209 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) Use this function to automatically transfer the abrupt change detection status data (BFM#27) to the data register specified in BFM#127.

  • Page 135: Bfm#128: Over-scale Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.24 BFM#128: Over-scale status data automatic transfer-to data register specification Setting range: 0 to 7999 Initial value (at delivery) : K210 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) Use this function to automatically transfer the over-scale status data (BFM#28) to the data register specified in BFM#128.

  • Page 136: Bfm#197: Selection Of Cyclic Data Update Function (function For Data History)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.26 BFM#197: Selection of cyclic data update function (function for data history) Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) Use this function to update the data history in BFM#200 to #6999.

  • Page 137: Bfm#199: Data History Resetting/stoppage

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.28 BFM#199: Data history resetting/stoppage Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) The data history resetting function and the data history stoppage function are assigned to the bits of BFM#199. 1.

  • Page 138: Bfm#200 To #6999: Data History

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.29 BFM#200 to #6999: Data history Initial value: K0 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) Use this function to sample the A/D conversion data of each channel and to write the sampled data to the buffer memories.

  • Page 139: Changing Input Characteristics

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Changing Input Characteristics -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 6.1 Procedure for Changing Input Characteristics Changing Input Characteristics For the 4AD, the standard input characteristics are provided for each input mode (BFM#0) at the time of factory shipment.

  • Page 140

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Changing Input Characteristics -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 6.1 Procedure for Changing Input Characteristics Determine the input characteristics to be changed. Determine the digital value to be output according to the input voltage/current. Example: To output digital values in the range from 0 to 32000 by inputting the voltage in the range from 1V DC to 5V DC: Input mode 0 Input characteristics provided at the time...

  • Page 141

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Changing Input Characteristics -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 6.1 Procedure for Changing Input Characteristics Create a sequence program. To change the input characteristics, write the offset data (BFM#41 to #44) and the gain data (BFM#51 to #54) in the sequence program, and then turn on the corresponding bit of BFM#21 for the corresponding channel.

  • Page 142: Examples Of Practical Programs

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Examples of Practical Programs -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 7.1 Program That Uses Averaging Time Examples of Practical Programs Use the functions incorporated in the 4AD to create practical programs. This chapter describes the examples of practical programs.

  • Page 143

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Examples of Practical Programs -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 7.1 Program That Uses Averaging Time • For FX Series PLCs Initial pulse M8002 Input modes of channels 1 FNC 79 H3300 to 4 will be specified. RUN monitor M8000 For channels 1 to 4, the averaging time...

  • Page 144: Program That Uses Convenient Functions

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Examples of Practical Programs -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 7.2 Program That Uses Convenient Functions Program That Uses Convenient Functions This section describes a program that uses the 4AD convenient functions (BFM#22). 1.

  • Page 145

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Examples of Practical Programs -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 7.2 Program That Uses Convenient Functions 2. Example of sequence program • For FX Series PLCs Initial pulse M8002 Input modes of channels 1 to 4 will be FNC 12 H3300 U0\G0...

  • Page 146

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Examples of Practical Programs -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 7.2 Program That Uses Convenient Functions • For FX Series PLCs Initial pulse M8002 Input modes of channels 1 to 4 will be FNC 79 H3300 specified.

  • Page 147: Program That Uses Data History Function

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Examples of Practical Programs -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 7.3 Program That Uses Data History Function Program That Uses Data History Function This section describes a program that uses the data history function of the 4AD. 1.

  • Page 148

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Examples of Practical Programs -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 7.3 Program That Uses Data History Function 2. Example of sequence program • For FX Series PLCs Initial pulse M8002 Input modes of channels 1 to 4 will be FNC 12 H3300 U0\G0...

  • Page 149

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Examples of Practical Programs -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 7.3 Program That Uses Data History Function • For FX Series PLCs Initial pulse M8002 Input modes of channels 1 to 4 will be FNC 79 H3300 specified.

  • Page 150: Initialization Program For 4ad (factory Default)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Examples of Practical Programs -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 7.4 Initialization Program for 4AD (Factory Default) Initialization Program for 4AD (Factory Default) Execution of the following program will reset the input mode (BFM#0), offset data (BFM#41 to #44), gain data (BFM#51 to #54), etc.

  • Page 151: Troubleshooting

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Troubleshooting -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 8.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes troubleshooting methods and error codes. If the A/D conversion data is not input, or if the proper digital value is not input, check the following items: •...

  • Page 152: Error Status Check

    Check the wiring condition or the supplied voltage. 3. Hardware error (b3) 1) Description of error 4AD may be defective. 2) Remedy Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 4. A/D conversion error (b4) 1) Description of error The A/D conversion value is abnormal. 2) Remedy Check the over-scale status data (BFM#28) to localize the error channel.

  • Page 153: Ad Initialization And Test Program

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Troubleshooting -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 8.5 4AD Initialization and Test Program 8. Digital filter setting error (b11) 1) Description of error The digital filter value (BFM#6 to #9) is not set correctly. 2) Remedy Set the digital filter value again in the range from 0 to 1600.

  • Page 154

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Troubleshooting -4AD/FX -4AD (4-channel Analog Input) 8.5 4AD Initialization and Test Program MEMO B-64...

  • Page 155

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  • Page 156

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input)

  • Page 157

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter outlines the FX -4AD-ADP (referred to as the 4AD-ADP). Outline of Functions The FX -4AD-ADP is an analog special adapter. Connect the FX -4AD-ADP to the FX Series PLC to read 4 channels of voltage/current data.

  • Page 158

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting analog input using the 4AD-ADP, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -4AD-ADP Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 159: Connectable Plcs And Version Number

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number Connectable PLCs and Version Number The 4AD-ADP is compatible with the following PLCs. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC After March 2013 (From first product) Ver.

  • Page 160: Compatible Programming Tool Version Number

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number Compatible Programming Tool Version Number The following programming tools and versions are applicable for the FX series. 1. English versions Model name Media model name Applicable version Remarks...

  • Page 161

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general, power supply, and performance specifications for the 4AD-ADP. Generic Specifications Item Specifications Ambient 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored temperature Relative...

  • Page 162

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 2.2 Power Supply Specifications Power Supply Specifications Item Specifications A/D conversion circuit 24V DC +20%-15%, 40mA driving power (It is necessary to connect a 24V DC power supply to the terminal block.) 5V DC, 15mA Interface driving power (Since the internal power is supplied from the FX Series main unit, it is not...

  • Page 163: A/d Conversion Time

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time A/D Conversion Time This section describes the A/D conversion time. 2.4.1 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC.

  • Page 164

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time 2.4.2 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 165

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time 2.4.3 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 166

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) Wiring This chapter describes the 4AD-ADP wiring. Observe the following caution to wire the 4AD-ADP. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 167

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of the 4AD-ADP are arranged as follows: Signal Application External power Grounding terminal Channel 1 analog input COM1 Channel 2 analog input COM2 Channel 3 analog input COM3...

  • Page 168: Applicable Cables And Terminal Tightening Torque

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 3.2 Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Use the following cables to connect with the counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable ends as shown below.

  • Page 169: Power Supply Line

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 3.3 Power Supply Line Power Supply Line Connect the 24 V DC power supply line of the 4AD-ADP to the 24+ and 24- terminals of the terminal block. 3.3.1 To connect to the FX Series PLC...

  • Page 170

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 3.4 Analog Input Line Analog Input Line For analog input, "voltage input" or "current input" can be selected for each channel. If current input is selected: 4AD-ADP Terminal block 147kΩ...

  • Page 171: Programming

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.1 Loading of A/D Conversion Data Programming This chapter describes how to create programs that can read analog data using the 4AD-ADP. Loading of A/D Conversion Data 1) The input analog data will be converted into digital data and then stored in the special devices of the Series PLC.

  • Page 172: List Of Special Devices

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC Communi- cation -4AD -4AD -4AD -4AD special Series PLC -ADP -ADP -ADP -ADP adapter Special devices Special auxiliary relays: M8260 to M8269 Special data registers: D8260 to D8269...

  • Page 173

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Device number Special Description Attribute Reference device M8280 M8290 Switches the input mode of channel 1 M8281 M8291 Switches the input mode of channel 2...

  • Page 174: Switching Of Input Mode

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.3 Switching of Input Mode Switching of Input Mode Turn the special auxiliary relay on/off to switch the input mode of 4AD-ADP between the current input mode and the voltage input mode.

  • Page 175: Input Data

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.4 Input Data Input Data Numeric data type: Decimal (K) The data converted by the 4AD-ADP will be stored in the special data registers. The special data registers that store the input data are shown in the following table: •...

  • Page 176: Averaging Time

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.5 Averaging Time Averaging Time Setting range: 1 to 4095 Initial value: K1 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) If the averaging time is set for the 4AD-ADP, the average data will be stored as the input data. The averaging time can be set for each channel.

  • Page 177: Error Status

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.6 Error Status Error Status If an error is detected in the 4AD-ADP, the error status data will be stored in the corresponding special data register. The following table shows the special data registers that store the error status data: •...

  • Page 178

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.6 Error Status • For FX Series PLC M8002 Error status of 1st analog special adapter D8268.6 b6 = OFF ( 4AD-ADP hardware error) Initial pulse Error status of 1st analog status register D8268.7 b7 = OFF ( 4AD-ADP communication data error) 1.

  • Page 179: Model Code

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.7 Model Code Model Code Initial value: K1 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) When the 4AD-ADP is connected, model code "1" is stored in the corresponding special data register. The following table shows the special data registers that store the model code: •...

  • Page 180: Basic Program Example

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.8 Basic Program Example Basic Program Example Create the following basic program example to read out analog conversion (A/D conversion) data. • For FX Series PLC The following program will set channel 1 of the 3rd adapter to voltage input mode and channel 2 to current input mode, and will store the converted A/D value of channel-1 data into D100 and that of channel- 2 data into D101.

  • Page 181

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 4.8 Basic Program Example • For FX Series PLC The following program will set channel 1 of the 1st adapter to voltage input mode and channel 2 to current input mode, and will store the converted A/D value of channel-1 data into D100 and that of channel-2 data into D101.

  • Page 182: Changing Of Input Characteristics

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Input Characteristics -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Input Characteristics Changing of Input Characteristics Use the scaling instruction (SCL/FNC259) for the FX Series PLC to change the input characteristics.

  • Page 183

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Input Characteristics -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Input Characteristics 2. Example of program 1 (For FX Series PLC) For example, create the following program to change the digital input data of the 1st analog special adapter: M8001 Sets the input mode of channel 1 to the voltage input mode M8260...

  • Page 184

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Input Characteristics -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Input Characteristics 3. Example of program 2 (For FX Series PLC) For example, create the following program to change the digital input data (D110) of the 1st analog special adapter: M8001 Sets the input mode of channel 1 to the...

  • Page 185

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 6.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes troubleshooting methods and error statuses. If the A/D conversion data is not input, or if the proper digital value is not input, check the following items: •...

  • Page 186: Special Device Check

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -4AD-ADP (4-channel Analog Input) 6.3 Special Device Check Special Device Check Check whether the special devices for the 4AD-ADP are being used correctly: 1. Input mode switching Check that the special device for switching the input mode is set correctly. Turn off the device to set the input mode to the voltage input mode.

  • Page 187

    Check that the 24 V DC power is properly supplied to the 4AD-ADP. Also check that the 4AD-ADP is correctly connected to the PLC. If the problem cannot be solved even after the above check, please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative.

  • Page 188

    A communication error is detected between the 4AD-ADP and the PLC. 2) Remedy Check that the 4AD-ADP is correctly connected to the PLC. If the problem cannot be solved even after the above check, please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 6. Under-scale detection (b8 to b11) 1) Description of error The input analog value (current value) is below the specified lower limit.

  • Page 189

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 190

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input)

  • Page 191

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter outlines the FX -2AD-BD (referred to as the 2AD-BD). Outline of Functions The FX -2AD-BD is an analog expansion board. Connect the FX -2AD-BD to the FX Series PLC to read 2 channels of voltage/current data.

  • Page 192

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 1.1 Outline of Functions • Series PLC Point and section to be System referred to maximum  including other analog expansion boards, Number of connectable Series PLC analog special adapters.

  • Page 193

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting analog input using the 2AD-BD, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -2AD-BD Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 194

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number Connectable PLCs and Version Number The 2AD-BD is compatible with the following PLC. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC Ver.

  • Page 195

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general and performance specifications for the 2AD-BD. Generic Specifications Item Specifications Ambient 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored temperature Relative...

  • Page 196: Performance Specifications

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 2.2 Performance Specifications Performance Specifications Specifications Item Voltage input Current input Analog input 0V to 10V DC 4mA to 20mA DC (Input resistance: 250 Ω) range (Input resistance: 198.7 kΩ) Absolute input -0.5V, +15V -2mA, +30mA...

  • Page 197

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 2.3 A/D Conversion Time A/D Conversion Time This section describes the A/D conversion time. 2.3.1 For FX Series PLC 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC.

  • Page 198

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 2.3 A/D Conversion Time 2.3.2 For FX Series PLC 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 199

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) Wiring This chapter describes the 2AD-BD wiring. Observe the following caution to wire the 2AD-BD. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 200

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of the 2AD-BD are arranged as follows: Signal Channel 1 Channel 2 Application analog input analog input terminal D-12...

  • Page 201

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 3.2 Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Use the following cables to connect with the counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable ends as shown below.

  • Page 202

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 3.3 Analog Input Line Analog Input Line For analog input, "voltage input" or "current input" can be selected for each channel. 2AD-BD If current input selected: Terminal block 110kΩ...

  • Page 203

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 4.1 Loading of A/D Conversion Data Programming This chapter describes how to create programs that can read analog data using the 2AD-BD. Loading of A/D Conversion Data 1) The input analog data will be converted into digital data and then stored in the special devices of the Series PLC.

  • Page 204

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices List of Special Devices If the 2AD-BD is connected, special devices will be assigned automatically as shown in the following table: • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Special device...

  • Page 205

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 4.3 Switching of Input Mode Switching of Input Mode Turn the special auxiliary relay on/off to switch the input mode of 2AD-BD between the current input mode and the voltage input mode.

  • Page 206

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 4.5 Averaging Time Averaging Time Setting range: 1 to 4095 Initial value: K1 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) If the averaging time is set for the 2AD-BD, the average data will be stored as the input data. The averaging time can be set for each channel.

  • Page 207

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 4.6 Error Status Error Status If an error is detected in the 2AD-BD, the error status data will be stored in the corresponding special data register. The following table shows the special data registers that store the error status data: •...

  • Page 208

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 4.6 Error Status 2. Program Example (For FX Series PLC) M8000 FNC 12 D8268 K4M0 Normally Detects over-scale in channel 1 of Y000 the board A. Detects over-scale in channel 2 of Y001 the board A.

  • Page 209

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 4.7 Model Code Model Code Initial value: K3 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) When the 2AD-BD is connected, model code "3" is stored in the corresponding special data register. The following table shows the special data registers that store the model code: •...

  • Page 210

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Input Characteristics -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Input Characteristics Changing of Input Characteristics The input characteristics can be changed using sequence programs in FX Series PLCs. Example: Changing of Voltage Input Characteristics This section describes an example of a program that can change the digital output range of 400 to 2000 (when the voltage input is 1 to 5 V) to the digital output range of 0 to 10000.

  • Page 211

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 6.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes troubleshooting methods and error statuses. If the A/D conversion data is not input, or if the proper digital value is not input, check the following items: •...

  • Page 212: Program Check

    The adjustment data which was set in the EEPROM before delivery from our factory cannot be read out properly or has been destroyed. 2) Remedy Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 3. Averaging time setting error (b5) 1) Description of error The averaging time set for one of the channels (channels 1 to 2) is outside the specified range: 1 to 4095.

  • Page 213

    The 2AD-BD is not operating properly. 2) Remedy Check that the 2AD-BD is correctly connected to the PLC. If the problem cannot be solved even after the above check, please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 5. 2AD-BD communication data error (b7) 1) Description of error A communication error is detected between the 2AD-BD and the PLC.

  • Page 214

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -2AD-BD (2-channel Analog Input) 6.6 Error Status Check MEMO D-26...

  • Page 215

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 216

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -4DA (4-channel Analog Output)

  • Page 217

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter outlines the FX -4DA. Outline of Functions -4DA is an analog special function block which is connectable to the FX Series PLC to convert 4-channel digital signal from the PLC to analog signal (voltage/current).

  • Page 218

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting to use the FX -4DA, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -4DA Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 219

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number Connectable PLCs and Version Number -4DA is compatible with the following PLC. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC Ver.

  • Page 220

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general, power supply, and performance specifications for the FX -4DA. Generic Specifications Item Specifications 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating Ambient temperature -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored...

  • Page 221

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 2.2 Power Supply Specifications Power Supply Specifications Item Specifications 24 V DC ±10 %, 160 mA D/A conversion circuit drive power (It is necessary to supply 24 V DC from the terminal block.) 5 V DC, 120 mA CPU drive power (Since the internal power is supplied from the main unit, it is not necessary to supply power...

  • Page 222: Output Mode (characteristics) Bfm#0

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 2.4 Output Mode (Characteristics) BFM#0 Output Mode (Characteristics) BFM#0 For the FX -4DA, there are two types of output characteristics: voltage (-10 to +10 V) and current (0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA) output characteristics.

  • Page 223

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) Wiring This chapter describes wiring of the FX -4DA. Observe the following cautions wiring the FX -4DA. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 224

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of FX -4DA are arranged as follows: Signal Application 24 V DC power supply Ground terminal Channel-1 analog output  Do not connect any lines.

  • Page 225: Wiring To Power Supply Terminals

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 3.3 Wiring to Power Supply Terminals Wiring to Power Supply Terminals 3.3.1 Examples of Power Supply Circuit Below are examples of circuits for using the 24 V DC service power supply of the FX Series PLC.

  • Page 226: Analog Output Wiring

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 3.4 Analog Output Wiring Analog Output Wiring The analog output mode, "voltage output "or "current output", can be selected for each channel. External power supply -4DA wiring +15V 24V DC -15V...

  • Page 227: Analog Output

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Analog Output -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 4.1 Analog Output Procedures Analog Output This chapter describes the minimum programming necessary for analog output by the FX -4DA. Follow the procedure below to confirm that correct analog values can be output. Analog Output Procedures Unit number check Unit numbers from 0 to 7 will be assigned to the special function units/blocks starting from the left.

  • Page 228

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Analog Output -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 4.1 Analog Output Procedures Creation of sequence program Create the program as follows to output analog signals. • While referring to step 2, set the output mode "H****". •...

  • Page 229

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.1 Assignment of Unit Numbers and Outline of Buffer Memory Buffer Memory (BFM) This chapter describes the buffer memory incorporated in FX -4DA. Assignment of Unit Numbers and Outline of Buffer Memory 1.

  • Page 230

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.1 Assignment of Unit Numbers and Outline of Buffer Memory 2. Outline of buffer memory The digital values set in FX -4DA will be converted to analog signals. To switch the output mode between voltage output and current output, or to adjust the offset or gain, numeric data will be sent from the main unit and written/set in the FX -4DA buffer memory.

  • Page 231

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.2 Buffer Memory Reading/Writing Method Buffer Memory Reading/Writing Method To read or write the buffer memory of FX -4DA, use FROM/TO instructions or the buffer memory direct specification function To use the buffer memory direct specification function , however, it is necessary to adopt the software...

  • Page 232

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.3 Buffer Memory List (BFM) Buffer Memory List (BFM) -4DA incorporates the following buffer memories. → For a detailed description of the buffer memory, refer to Section 5.4 and subsequent sections. BFM number Description Setting range...

  • Page 233

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.3 Buffer Memory List (BFM) BFM number Description Setting range Initial value Data type Reference Data to be output from channel 1 upon PLC stop Depending on the Decimal (Valid only if BFM#5 = H2)

  • Page 234

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.3 Buffer Memory List (BFM) BFM number Description Setting range Initial value Data type Reference Hexadeci- Start/stop of table output function H0000 Channel-1 output pattern K1 to K10 Decimal Channel-2 output pattern...

  • Page 235

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details Buffer Memory Details 5.4.1 BFM#0: Output mode specification Initial value (at delivery): H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) Specify the output modes of channel 1 to 4. 4 hexadecimal digits are assigned to specify the output modes of the 4 channels.

  • Page 236: Bfm#1 To #4: Output Data

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 2. Caution regarding EEPROM writing If data is written to BFM#0, #5, #10 to #17, #19, #32 to #35, #50 to #54 or #60 to #63, the data will also be written to the FX -4DA EEPROM.

  • Page 237: Bfm#6: Output Status

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.4 BFM#6: Output status Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) The output status information of channel 1 to 4 is stored. Value status (HEX) Description Output updating is stopped.

  • Page 238: Bfm#9: Offset/gain Setting Value Write Command

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.5 BFM#9: Offset/gain setting value write command Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) Channel numbers are assigned to 4 lower bits of BFM#9. If one of those bits is turned on, the offset data (BFM#10 to #13) and the gain data (BFM#14 to #17) of the corresponding channel will be written in the internal memory (EEPROM).

  • Page 239: Bfm#10 To #13: Offset Data/bfm#14 To #17: Gain Data

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.6 BFM#10 to #13: Offset data/BFM#14 to #17: Gain data Setting range: See below Initial value: See below Numeric data type: Decimal (K) If the output mode is specified in BFM#0, the initial value of the offset data and gain data of each channel will be automatically stored.

  • Page 240: Bfm#19: Data Change Prohibition Of Setting Change

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.7 BFM#19: Data change prohibition of setting change Setting range: K3030 or other than K3030 Initial value: K3030 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) Setting in the following buffer memory areas is prohibited.

  • Page 241: Bfm#20: Initialization Function (resetting To Factory Default Status)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.8 BFM#20: Initialization function (resetting to factory default status) Setting range: K0 or K1 Initial value: K0 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) When K1 is set in BFM#20, all functions and all buffer memory (BFM#0 to #3098) will be initialized to the default status.

  • Page 242

    Check the wiring condition or the supplied voltage. -4DA may be defective. Hardware error Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. Error setting function for The setting value of the function for output setting upon PLC stop output setting upon PLC (BFM#5) is not set correctly.

  • Page 243

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.11 BFM#30: Model code Initial value (at delivery): K3030 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) K3030 (fixed value) is stored as the model code. 5.4.12 BFM#32 to #35: Data to be output upon PLC stop Initial value: K0 Numeric data type: Decimal (K)

  • Page 244: Bfm#38: Upper/lower Limit Function Setting

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.13 BFM#38: Upper/lower limit function setting Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) When any of the output data (BFM#1 to #4) becomes less than the lower limit (BFM#41 to #44) or more than the upper limit (BFM#45 to #48), the relevant bit of the upper/lower limit function status (BFM#39) is turned The upper/lower limit function can be set valid or made invalid by writing a 4-digit hexadecimal number, H, in BFM#38.

  • Page 245: Bfm#39: Upper/lower Limit Function Status

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.14 BFM#39: Upper/lower limit function status Initial value: H0000 Numeric data type: Hexadecimal (H) When any of the output data (BFM#1 to #4) is out of range between the lower limit and the upper limit (BFM#41 to #48), the relevant bit is turned on.

  • Page 246: Bfm#41 To #44: Lower Limit Values Of Upper/lower Limit Function Bfm#45 To #48: Upper Limit Values Of Upper/lower Limit Function

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.16 BFM#41 to #44: Lower limit values of upper/lower limit function BFM#45 to #48: Upper limit values of upper/lower limit function Initial value: See below Numeric data type: Decimal (K) When the upper/lower limit function has been made valid by the setting of BFM#38, set the upper and lower...

  • Page 247: Only In Voltage Output Mode)/bfm#51 To #54: Load Resistance Values

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.17 BFM#50: Setting of output corrective function by load resistance (only in voltage output mode)/BFM#51 to #54: Load resistance values Initial value: BFM#50: H0000, BFM#51 to #54: K30000 Numeric data type: BFM#50: Hexadecimal (H), BFM#51 to #54: Decimal (K) The output characteristics of FX -4DA have been adjusted at 30 kΩ...

  • Page 248: Bfm#60: Status Automatic Transfer Function Setting

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 3. Cautions regarding use of the output corrective function by load resistance • While changing the settings, the output is stopped, and H0000 is automatically written in the output status (BFM#6).

  • Page 249: Bfm#61: Error Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.19 BFM#61: Error status data automatic transfer-to data register specification Setting range: 0 to 7999 Initial value: K200 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) Use this function to automatically transfer the error status data (BFM#29) to the data register specified in BFM#61.

  • Page 250: Bfm#62: Upper/lower Limit Function Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.20 BFM#62: Upper/lower limit function status data automatic transfer-to data register specification Setting range: 0 to 7999 Initial value: K201 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) Use this function to automatically transfer the upper/lower limit function status data (BFM#39) to the data register specified in BFM#62.

  • Page 251: Bfm#63: Specification Of Data Register For Automatic Transfer At Disconnection Detection

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Buffer Memory (BFM) -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 5.4 Buffer Memory Details 5.4.21 BFM#63: Specification of data register for automatic transfer at disconnection detection Setting range: 0 to 7999 Initial value: K202 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) Use this function to automatically transfer the disconnection detection status data (BFM#28) to the data register specified in BFM#63.

  • Page 252: Table Output Function

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.1 Outline of Table Output Function Table Output Function This chapter describes the table output function of FX -4DA Outline of Table Output Function 1. Explanation of the function This function sets predetermined output patterns as data table and outputs analog signals according to the data table.

  • Page 253: Preparation Of Data Table

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.2 Preparation of data table Preparation of data table 1. Outline of data table The data table to be prepared in the PLC consists of the following items. (1) Number of patterns (1 to 10 patterns) (2) Each pattern (3) Number of points in each pattern (1 to 99 points)

  • Page 254

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.2 Preparation of data table 3. Details of data table (1) Number of patterns (number of data items: 1) Store the number of patterns at the top of the data table (device specified in BFM#98). Up to 10 patterns can be prepared.

  • Page 255

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.2 Preparation of data table (8) Output update time unit and point-to-point interpolation method (number of data items: 1) Set the unit of the output update time and the point-to-point interpolation method for each point. The output update time unit and the point-to-point interpolation method for the n-th point are applied between the n-th point and the (n+1)-th point.

  • Page 256

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.2 Preparation of data table 4. Example of data table The following table shows an example of data table containing two patterns prepared in and after D5000. Patterns 1 and 2 are in the output mode 1.

  • Page 257

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.2 Preparation of data table 5. Example of pattern output Data can be output in a predetermined pattern as shown below. (Example of pattern 1 in output mode 1 shown on the previous page) When the pattern is repeated...

  • Page 258: Procedures For Transferring Data Table To Buffer Memory

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.3 Procedures for transferring data table to buffer memory Procedures for transferring data table to buffer memory The data table prepared in the data registers (D1000 to D7999) in the PLC or the expansion registers (R0 to R32767) are transferred to the buffer memory in FX -4DA.

  • Page 259

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.3 Procedures for transferring data table to buffer memory 3. Buffer memory contents in FX -4DA after transfer The transferred data table is stored in the following buffer memory areas. Description number #100...

  • Page 260

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.3 Procedures for transferring data table to buffer memory 4. Example of transfer of data table The data table below shows the writing of K5000 to BFM#98 and H0001 to BFM#99. Data starting from D5000 is transferred to the buffer memory in the FX -4DA.

  • Page 261

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.3 Procedures for transferring data table to buffer memory 5. Cautions regarding data table transfer • While the table output function is executed, it is impossible to start transferring the data table. •...

  • Page 262: Procedures For Executing Table Output Function

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.4 Procedures for executing table output function Procedures for executing table output function After setting the output patterns for the channels (BFM#81 to #84) and the number outputs for the channels (BFM#85 to #88), turn on the table output function start/stop command (BFM#80) to execute the table output function.

  • Page 263

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.4 Procedures for executing table output function 4. Cautions regarding table output • When BFM#99 (data table transfer command) is not H0000, the table output function cannot be started. •...

  • Page 264: Details Of Table Output Error

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.5 Details of table output error Details of table output error When an error related to the table output function occurs, the error code is stored in BFM#90, and the device number or the buffer memory that has developed the error is stored in BFM#91.

  • Page 265

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.5 Details of table output error 2. Cautions regarding table output errors • Errors in data table When the data table in the PLC contains an error, the error can be detected during transfer of the data to the buffer memory in FX -4DA.

  • Page 266: Examples Uses Of Table Output Function

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Table Output Function -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 6.6 Examples uses of table output function Examples uses of table output function [Uses of table output function] • Inverter frequency setting, servo speed control, etc. 1.

  • Page 267: Changing Output Characteristics

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Changing Output Characteristics -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 7.1 Procedure for Changing Output Characteristics Changing Output Characteristics For FX -4DA, the standard output characteristics are provided for each output mode (BFM#0)at the time of factory shipment.

  • Page 268

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Changing Output Characteristics -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 7.1 Procedure for Changing Output Characteristics Determine the output characteristics to be changed. Example: Change to output voltage of 1 to 5 V with digital values 0 to 32000 Output mode: 0 Output characteristics newly provided Output characteristics provided at the time...

  • Page 269

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 7 Changing Output Characteristics -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 7.1 Procedure for Changing Output Characteristics Create a sequence program. To change the output characteristics, write the offset data (BFM#10 to #13) and the gain data (BFM#14 to #17) in the sequence program, and then turn on the corresponding bit of BFM#9 for the corresponding channel.

  • Page 270

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Examples of Practical Programs -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 8.1 Example of Program for Analog Output Operation (Regular Operation) Examples of Practical Programs Example of Program for Analog Output Operation (Regular Operation) When you want to use the initial output characteristics but do not need to use the status information, you can operate the PLC with a simple program as shown below.

  • Page 271: Example Of Program Using Useful Functions

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Examples of Practical Programs -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 8.2 Example of Program using Useful Functions Example of Program using Useful Functions This section describes a practical program that uses the disconnection detection function (BFM#28), upper/ lower limit function (BFM#38 to #48), corrective function by load resistance (BFM#50 to #54) and status automatic transfer function (BFM#60 to #63) of FX -4DA.

  • Page 272

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Examples of Practical Programs -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 8.2 Example of Program using Useful Functions 2. Example of sequence program • For FX Series PLCs Initial pulse M8002 FNC 12 Output modes of channels 1 to 4 will be specified H2200 U0\G0 RUN monitor...

  • Page 273

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Examples of Practical Programs -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 8.2 Example of Program using Useful Functions • For FX Series PLCs Initial pulse M8002 FNC 79 Output modes of channels 1 to 4 will be specified H2200 RUN monitor M8000...

  • Page 274: Example Of Program For Table Output Operation (pattern Output Operation)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Examples of Practical Programs -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 8.3 Example of Program for Table Output Operation (Pattern Output Operation) Example of Program for Table Output Operation (Pattern Output Operation) This section describes a practical program that uses the table output function. 1.

  • Page 275

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Examples of Practical Programs -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 8.3 Example of Program for Table Output Operation (Pattern Output Operation) FNC 12 Channel-1 output pattern U0\G81 FNC 12 Channel-3 output pattern U0\G83 Number of repetitions of output of table FNC 12 U0\G85 from channel 1...

  • Page 276

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Examples of Practical Programs -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 8.3 Example of Program for Table Output Operation (Pattern Output Operation) • For FX Series PLCs Initial pulse M8002 FNC 79 Specification of output modes of channels 1 to 4 HF2F0 RUN monitor M8000...

  • Page 277: Program To Initialize Fx 3u -4da (factory Default)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 8 Examples of Practical Programs -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 8.4 Program to Initialize FX3U-4DA (Factory Default) FNC 78 Readout table output completion flag and table D101 FROM output error FNC 12 D101 K4M30 Completion of table output from channel 1 Y000 Output to Y000...

  • Page 278

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 9 Troubleshooting -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 9.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes the troubleshooting methods and error codes. If the D/A conversion data is not output, or if the proper digital value is not output, check the following items: •...

  • Page 279

    1) Description of error -4DA may be defective. 2) Remedy Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 5. Error when setting the function for output upon PLC stop (b5) 1) Description of error The bit will turn on when the functions setting value for setting output upon PLC stop is not correctly set.

  • Page 280: Fx 3u -4da Initialization And Test Program

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 9 Troubleshooting -4DA (4-channel Analog Output) 9.5 FX3U-4DA Initialization and Test Program 6. Upper/lower limit function value setting error (b6) 1) Description of error The bit will turn on when the setting value of the upper/lower limit function is not correctly set. 2) Remedy Check the output mode (BFM#0) and the lower limit (BFM#41 to 44) and upper limit (BFM#45 to #48) settings value of the upper/lower limit function.

  • Page 281

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  • Page 282

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output)

  • Page 283: Outline Of Function

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter outlines the FX -4DA-ADP (referred to as 4DA-ADP). Outline of Functions The FX -4DA-ADP is an analog special adapter. Which is connectable with the FX Series PLC to output the voltage/current data for up to 4 channels.

  • Page 284

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting analog output using the 4DA-ADP, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -4DA-ADP Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 285

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number Connectable PLCs and Version Number The 4DA-ADP is compatible with the following PLCs. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC After March 2013 (From first product) Ver.

  • Page 286

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number Compatible Programming Tool Version Number The following programming tools and versions are applicable for the FX series. 1. English versions Model name Media model name Applicable version Remarks...

  • Page 287

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general, power supply, and performance specifications for 4DA-ADP. Generic Specifications Item Specifications Ambient 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored temperature Relative...

  • Page 288

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 2.2 Power Supply Specifications Power Supply Specifications Item Specifications D/A conversion circuit 24 V DC +20 %-15 %, 150 mA driving power (It is necessary to connect a 24 V DC power line to the terminal block.) 5 V DC, 15 mA Interface driving power (Since the internal power is supplied from the main unit of the FX Series, it is not...

  • Page 289: D/a Conversion Time

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 2.4 D/A Conversion Time D/A Conversion Time This section describes the D/A conversion time. 2.4.1 When connected to a FX 1. D/A conversion and special data register update timing D/A conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC.

  • Page 290

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 2.4 D/A Conversion Time 2.4.2 When connected to a FX 1. D/A conversion and special data register update timing D/A conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of the END instruction, the PLC writes the output setting data of the special data registers, performs D/A conversion of the data, and updates the analog output data.

  • Page 291

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 2.4 D/A Conversion Time 2.4.3 When connected to a FX 1. D/A conversion and special data register update timing D/A conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of the END instruction, the PLC writes the output setting data of the special data registers, performs D/A conversion of the data, and updates the analog output data.

  • Page 292

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) Wiring This chapter describes the 4DA-ADP wiring. Observe the following caution to wire the 4DA-ADP. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 293

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of the 4DA-ADP are arranged as follows: Signal Application External power Grounding terminal Channel 1 analog output COM1 Channel 2 analog output COM2 Channel 3 analog output COM3...

  • Page 294

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 3.2 Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Use the following cables to connect with the counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable end as shown below. 1.

  • Page 295

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 3.3 Power Supply Line Power Supply Line Connect the 24 V DC power supply line of the 4DA-ADP to the 24+ and 24- terminals of the terminal block. 3.3.1 To connect to the FX Series PLC...

  • Page 296: Analog Output Line

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 3.4 Analog Output Line Analog Output Line The analog output type, "voltage output" or "current output", can be selected for each channel. 4DA-ADP If voltage output is selected: Terminal block ch...

  • Page 297

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.1 Writing of D/A Conversion Data Programming This chapter describes how to create programs that can output the analog data using the 4DA-ADP. Writing of D/A Conversion Data 1) The input digital data will be converted into analog data and then output to the terminals.

  • Page 298

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.1 Writing of D/A Conversion Data • FX Series PLC Communi- cation -4DA -4DA -4DA -4DA special -ADP -ADP -ADP -ADP Series PLC adapter Special devices Special auxiliary relays: M8260 to M8269 Special data registers: D8260 to D8269...

  • Page 299

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.2 List of Special Devices List of Special Devices If 4DA-ADP is connected, special devices will be assigned automatically as shown in the following table: • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Special...

  • Page 300

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Device number Special Description Attribute Reference device Switches the output mode of M8260 M8270 M8280 M8290...

  • Page 301: Switching Of Output Mode

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.3 Switching of Output Mode Switching of Output Mode Turn the special auxiliary relay on/off to switch the output mode of 4DA-ADP between the current output mode and the voltage output mode. To switch the output mode, use the following special auxiliary relays: •...

  • Page 302: Output Holding Function Cancellation Setting

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.4 Output Holding Function Cancellation Setting Output Holding Function Cancellation Setting This setting can hold the analog data output or to output the offset data (0V for voltage output mode, 4mA for current output mode) when the PLC stops.

  • Page 303: Output Setting Data

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.5 Output Setting Data Output Setting Data Numeric data type: Decimal (K) The 4DA-ADP performs D/A conversion on the output setting data (digital data) into analog data, and outputs the analog data.

  • Page 304

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.6 Error Status Error Status 1. Description of setting If an error is detected on 4DA-ADP, the error status data will be stored in the corresponding special data register.

  • Page 305

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.6 Error Status 2. Program Example 1 (For FX Series PLC) M8000 FNC 12 D8288 K4M0 Normally Y000 Channel-1 output data setting error in adapter. Y001 Channel-2 output data setting error in adapter.

  • Page 306

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 4.7 Model Code Model Code Initial value: K2 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) 1. Description of setting When the 4DA-ADP is connected, model code "2" is stored in the corresponding special data register. The following table shows the special data registers that store the model code: •...

  • Page 307: Changing Of Output Characteristics

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Output Characteristics -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Output Characteristics Changing of Output Characteristics Use the scaling instruction (SCL/FNC259) for the FX Series PLC to change the output characteristics.

  • Page 308

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Output Characteristics -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Output Characteristics 3. Example of program 2 (For FX Series PLC) For example, create the following program to change the digital output data (D100) of the 1st analog special adapter.

  • Page 309

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 6.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes the troubleshooting methods and error status. If analog data is not output, or if the proper analog value is not output, check the following items: •...

  • Page 310

    Check that the specified digital value is within the specified range. 2. EEPROM error (b4) 1) Description of error The adjustment data set in the EEPROM before delivery from our factory cannot be read out properly or is destroyed. 2) Remedy Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. F-30...

  • Page 311

    Check that the 24 V DC power is properly supplied to the 4DA-ADP. Also check that the 4DA-ADP is correctly connected to the PLC. If the problem cannot be solved even after the above check, please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative.

  • Page 312

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -4DA-ADP (4-channel Analog Output) 6.5 Error Status Check MEMO F-32...

  • Page 313

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 314

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output)

  • Page 315

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter outlines the FX -1DA-BD (referred to as 1DA-BD). Outline of Functions The FX -1DA-BD is an analog expansion board. Which is connectable with the FX Series PLC to output the voltage/current data for up to 1 channel.

  • Page 316

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 1.1 Outline of Functions • FX Series PLC Point and section to be System referred to maximum Number of connectable  including other analog expansion units Series PLC boards, analog special adapters.

  • Page 317

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting analog output using the 1DA-BD, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -1DA-BD Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 318

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number Connectable PLCs and Version Number The 1DA-BD is compatible with the following PLC. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC Ver.

  • Page 319

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general and performance specifications for 1DA-BD. Generic Specifications Item Specifications Ambient 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored temperature Relative...

  • Page 320

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 2.2 Performance Specifications Performance Specifications Specifications Item Voltage output Current output Analog output 0 V to 10 V DC 4 mA to 20 mA DC (External load: 500 Ω or less) range (External load: 2 kΩ...

  • Page 321

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 2.3 D/A Conversion Time D/A Conversion Time This section describes the D/A conversion time. 2.3.1 For FX Series PLC 1. D/A conversion and special data register update timing D/A conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC.

  • Page 322

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 2.3 D/A Conversion Time 2.3.2 For FX Series PLC 1. D/A conversion and special data register update timing D/A conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of the END instruction, the PLC writes the output setting data of the special data registers, performs D/A conversion of the data, and updates the analog output data.

  • Page 323

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) Wiring This chapter describes the 1DA-BD wiring. Observe the following caution to wire the 1DA-BD. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 324

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of the 1DA-BD are arranged as follows: Signal • • Unused Output Application terminal terminal terminal G-12...

  • Page 325

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 3.2 Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Use the following cables to connect with the counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable end as shown below. 1.

  • Page 326

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 3.3 Analog Output Line Analog Output Line 1DA-BD If voltage output is selected: Terminal block *1 Shield *2 Class-D grounding If current output is selected: 1DA-BD Terminal block *1 Shield *2 Class-D...

  • Page 327

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 4.1 Writing of D/A Conversion Data Programming This chapter describes how to create programs that can output the analog data using the 1DA-BD. Writing of D/A Conversion Data 1) The input digital data will be converted into analog data and then output to the terminals.

  • Page 328

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 4.2 List of Special Devices List of Special Devices If 1DA-BD is connected, special devices will be assigned automatically as shown in the following table: • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Special device...

  • Page 329

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 4.4 Output Holding Function Cancellation Setting Output Holding Function Cancellation Setting This setting can hold the analog data output or to output the offset data (0 V for voltage output mode, 4 mA for current output mode) when the PLC stops.

  • Page 330

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 4.6 Error Status Error Status 1. Description of setting If an error is detected on 1DA-BD, the error status data will be stored in the corresponding special data register.

  • Page 331

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 4.8 Basic Program Example Basic Program Example Create the following basic program example to output D/A converted analog data. • For FX Series PLC The following program will set the board A to the voltage output mode and board B to current output mode, and will set digital data in D100 and D101 for D/A conversion.

  • Page 332

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Output Characteristics -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Output Characteristics Changing of Output Characteristics The output characteristics can be changed using sequence programs in FX Series PLCs. Example: Changing of Voltage Output Characteristics This section describes an example of a program that can change the digital value range from 400 to 2000 (when analog output range is 1 to 5 V) to 0 to 10000.

  • Page 333

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -1DA-BD (1-channel Analog Output) 6.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes the troubleshooting methods and error status. If analog data is not output, or if the proper analog value is not output, check the following items: •...

  • Page 334

    Check that the specified digital value is within the specified range. 2. EEPROM error (b4) 1) Description of error The adjustment data set in the EEPROM before delivery from our factory cannot be read out properly or is destroyed. 2) Remedy Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. G-22...

  • Page 335

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 336

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output)

  • Page 337

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter outlines the FX -3A-ADP (referred to as the 3A-ADP). Outline of Functions The analog special adapter FX -3A-ADP receives voltage/current data from 2 channels and outputs voltage/ current data from 1 channel when connected to a FX Series PLC.

  • Page 338

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting analog input / output using the 3A-ADP, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -3A-ADP Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 339

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 1.3 Connectable PLCs and Version Number Connectable PLCs and Version Number The 3A-ADP is compatible with the following PLC. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC After March 2013 (From first product) Ver.

  • Page 340

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number Compatible Programming Tool Version Number The following programming tools and versions are applicable for the FX series 1. English versions Model name Media model name Applicable version...

  • Page 341

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general, power supply, and performance specifications for the 3A-ADP. Generic Specifications Item Specifications Ambient 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored temperature Relative humidity...

  • Page 342

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 2.3 Performance Specifications Performance Specifications Specifications Item Voltage input Current input Voltage output Current output Number of input/ output points 4 mA to 20 mA DC Analog input/ 0 V to 10 V DC 4 mA to 20 mA DC...

  • Page 343: Conversion Time

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 2.4 Conversion Time Conversion Time This section describes the conversion time. 2.4.1 When connected to a FX 1. Conversion and special data register update timing A/D and D/A conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC.

  • Page 344

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 2.4 Conversion Time 2.4.2 When connected to a FX 1. Conversion and special data register update timing A/D and D/A conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 345

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 2.4 Conversion Time 2.4.3 When connected to a FX 1. Conversion and special data register update timing A/D and D/A conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 346

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) Wiring This chapter describes the 3A-ADP wiring. Observe the following caution to wire the 3A-ADP. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 347

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of the 3A-ADP are arranged as follows: Signal Application External power Grounding terminal • Do not connect any lines. Channel 1 analog input COM1 Channel 2 analog input...

  • Page 348

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 3.2 Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Use the following cables to connect with the counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable ends as shown below.

  • Page 349

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 3.3 Power Supply Line Power Supply Line Connect the 24 V DC power supply line of the 3A-ADP to the 24+ and 24- terminals of the terminal block. 3.3.1 To connect to the FX Series PLC...

  • Page 350: Analog Input / Output Line

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 3.4 Analog Input / output Line Analog Input / output Line 3.4.1 Analog Input Line For analog input, "voltage input" or "current input" can be selected for each channel. If current input is selected: 3A-ADP Terminal...

  • Page 351

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 3.5 Grounding Grounding Grounding should be performed as stated below. • The grounding resistance should be 100 Ω or less. • Independent grounding should be performed for best results. When independent grounding is not performed, perform "shared grounding"...

  • Page 352

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.1 Loading/Writing of Conversion Data Programming This chapter explains how to create programs for inputting and outputting analog data using the 3A-ADP. Loading/Writing of Conversion Data Loading of A/D Conversion Data 1) The input analog data will be converted into digital data and then stored in the special devices of the Series PLC.

  • Page 353

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC Communic -ation special -ADP -ADP -ADP -ADP Series PLC adapter Special devices Special auxiliary relays: M8260 to M8269 Special data registers: D8260 to D8269...

  • Page 354

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Device number Special Description Attribute Reference device M8280 M8290 Switches the input mode of channel 1 Section 4.3 M8281 M8291...

  • Page 355

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.3 Switching of Input Mode Switching of Input Mode Turn the special auxiliary relay on/off to switch the input mode of 3A-ADP between the current input mode and the voltage input mode.

  • Page 356

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.5 Output Holding Function Cancellation Setting 1. Program Example (For FX Series PLC) To switch the output mode of a channel, create a sequence program as follows: 1) To switch the channel output mode of channel 1 of the 1st analog special adapter to the voltage output mode:...

  • Page 357: Setting Whether Or Not A Channel Is Used

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.6 Setting whether or not a channel is used Setting whether or not a channel is used The 3A-ADP sets to ON or OFF special auxiliary relays to set whether or not each channel is used. This setting can be used to disable or enable the input or output channels of the 3A-ADP.

  • Page 358

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.7 Input Data Input Data Numeric data type: Decimal (K) The data converted by the 3A-ADP will be stored in the special data registers. The special data registers that store the input data are shown in the following table: •...

  • Page 359

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.8 Output Setting Data Output Setting Data Numeric data type: Decimal (K) The 3A-ADP performs D/A conversion on the output setting data (digital data) into analog data, and outputs the analog data.

  • Page 360

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.9 Averaging Time Averaging Time Setting range: 1 to 4095 Initial value: K1 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) If the averaging time is set for the 3A-ADP, the average data will be stored as the input data. The averaging time can be set for each channel.

  • Page 361

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.10 Error Status 4.10 Error Status If an error is detected in the 3A-ADP, the error status data will be stored in the corresponding special data register.

  • Page 362

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.10 Error Status • FX Series PLC M8002 Error status of 1st analog special adapter D8268.6 b6 = OFF (3A-ADP hardware error) Initial pulse Error status of 1st analog status register D8268.7 b7 = OFF (3A-ADP communication data error)

  • Page 363

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.11 Model Code 4.11 Model Code Initial value: K50 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) When the 3A-ADP is connected, model code "50" is stored in the corresponding special data register. The following table shows the special data registers that store the model code: •...

  • Page 364

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.12 Basic Program Example 4.12 Basic Program Example Create the following basic program example to input/output analog conversion data. • FX Series PLC The following program will set channel 1 of the 3rd adapter to voltage input mode and channel 2 to current input mode, and will store the converted A/D value of channel-1 data into D100 and that of channel- 2 data into D101.

  • Page 365

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 4.12 Basic Program Example • FX Series PLC The following program will set channel 1 of the 1st adapter to voltage input mode and channel 2 to current input mode, and will store the converted A/D value of channel-1 data into D100 and that of channel-2 data into D101.

  • Page 366: Changing Of Input/output Characteristics

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Input/output Characteristics -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Input Characteristics Changing of Input/output Characteristics Use the scaling instruction (SCL/FNC259) for the FX Series PLC to change the input/output characteristics.

  • Page 367

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Input/output Characteristics -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Input Characteristics 2. Example of program 1 (FX Series PLC) For example, create the following program to change the digital input data of the 1st analog special adapter: M8001 Sets the input mode of channel 1 to the voltage input mode M8260...

  • Page 368

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Input/output Characteristics -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 5.1 Example: Changing of Voltage Input Characteristics 3. Example of program 2 (FX Series PLC) For example, create the following program to change the digital input data (D110) of the 1st analog special adapter: M8001 Sets the input mode of channel 1 to the...

  • Page 369: Example: Changing Of Voltage Output Characteristics

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Input/output Characteristics -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 5.2 Example: Changing of Voltage Output Characteristics Example: Changing of Voltage Output Characteristics This section describes an example of a program that can change the digital value range from 400 to 2000 (when analog output range is 1 to 5 V) to 0 to 10000.

  • Page 370

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Changing of Input/output Characteristics -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 5.2 Example: Changing of Voltage Output Characteristics 3. Example of program 2 (FX Series PLC) For example, create the following program to change the digital output data (D120) of the 1st analog special adapter.

  • Page 371: Plc Version Number Check

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 6.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes troubleshooting methods and error statuses. Refer to the following items when conversion data is not input or output, or when proper digital values are not input or output.

  • Page 372

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 6.4 Program Check 4. Output setting data Check that the special device of the selected channel is correctly selected. This special device should be selected depending on the connected position and the channel.

  • Page 373

    The 3A-ADP is not operating properly. 2) Remedy Check that the 3A-ADP is correctly connected to the PLC. If the problem cannot be solved even after the above check, please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 6. 3A-ADP communication data error (b7) 1) Description of error A communication error is detected between the 3A-ADP and the PLC.

  • Page 374

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting -3A-ADP (2-channel Analog Input, 1-channel Analog Output) 6.5 Error Status Check MEMO H-40...

  • Page 375

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  • Page 376

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input)

  • Page 377: Temperature Measurement

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter describes the outline of FX -4AD-PT-ADP (referred to as PT-ADP). Outline of Functions The FX -4AD-PT-ADP is an analog special adapter. Connect the FX -4AD-PT-ADP to the FX Series PLC to read the temperature data from the 4-channel platinum resistance thermometers.

  • Page 378

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting analog input using the PT-ADP, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -4AD-PT-ADP Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 379

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.3 Connectable PLC and Its Version Number Connectable PLC and Its Version Number PT-ADP is compatible with the following PLC. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC Ver.

  • Page 380

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number Compatible Programming Tool Version Number The following programming tools and versions are applicable for the FX series. 1. English versions Model name Media model name Applicable version...

  • Page 381

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general, power supply, and performance specifications for the PT-ADP. Generic Specifications Item Specifications Ambient 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored temperature Relative...

  • Page 382

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.2 Power Supply Specifications Power Supply Specifications Items Specification A/D conversion circuit 24 V DC +20 % -15 %, 50 mA driving power (It is necessary to connect a 24 V DC power supply to the terminal block.) 5 V DC, 15 mA Interface driving power (Since the internal power is supplied from the FX Series main unit, it is not necessary...

  • Page 383

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time A/D Conversion Time This section describes the A/D conversion time. 2.4.1 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC.

  • Page 384

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time 2.4.2 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 385

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.5 Temperature Measurement 2.4.3 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 386

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) Wiring This chapter describes the PT-ADP wiring. Observe the following caution to wire the PT-ADP. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 387

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of the PT-ADP are arranged as follows: Signal Application External power Ground terminal Channel-1 platinum resistance thermometer sensor input Channel-2 platinum resistance thermometer...

  • Page 388

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.2 Applicable Cable and Terminal Tightening Torque Applicable Cable and Terminal Tightening Torque Use the following cables to connect with the counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable end as shown below. To connect the platinum resistance thermometer sensor, use the cable supplied with the Pt100 platinum resistance thermometer or a twisted pair shielded cable.

  • Page 389

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.3 Power Supply Line Power Supply Line Connect the 24 V DC power supply line of the PT-ADP to the 24+ and 24- terminals of the terminal block. 3.3.1 To connect to the FX Series PLC...

  • Page 390: Wiring Of The Platinum Resistance Thermometer Sensor

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.4 Selection of the Platinum Resistance Thermometer Sensor Selection of the Platinum Resistance Thermometer Sensor Select the Pt100 3-wire platinum resistance thermometer sensor. This thermometer will not be affected by voltage drop in the wiring area, and will ensure accurate measurement.

  • Page 391

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.1 Loading of A/D Conversion Data Programming This chapter describes how to create programs that can read analog data using the PT-ADP. Loading of A/D Conversion Data 1) The input analog data will be converted into digital data and then stored in the special devices of the Series PLC.

  • Page 392

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC Communi- cation -4AD -4AD -4AD -4AD special -PT-ADP -PT-ADP -PT-ADP adapter -PT-ADP Series PLC Special devices Special auxiliary relays: M8260 to M8269 Special data registers:...

  • Page 393

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Device number Special Description Attribute Reference device Section M8280 M8290 Selects the temperature unit.

  • Page 394: Selection Of Temperature Unit

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.3 Selection of Temperature Unit Selection of Temperature Unit To switch the temperature unit of the PT-ADP turn the special auxiliary relay ON for Fahrenheit (°F) or OFF for Centigrade (°C).

  • Page 395

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.4 Temperature Measurement Temperature Measurement The temperature data input in the PT-ADP will be stored in the special data registers. The special data registers that store the temperature data are shown in the following table: •...

  • Page 396

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.5 Averaging Time Averaging Time Setting range: 1 to 4095 Initial value: K1 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) If the averaging time is set for the PT-ADP, the averaged temperature measurement data will be stored in the D8260 to D8263, D8270 to D8273, D8280 to D8283, and D8290 to D8293.

  • Page 397

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.6 Error Status Error Status If an error is detected in the PT-ADP, the error status data will be stored in the corresponding special data register.

  • Page 398

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.6 Error Status • For FX Series PLC M8002 Error status of 1st analog special adapter D8268.6 b6 = OFF (PT-ADP hardware error) Initial pulse Error status of 1st analog special adapter D8268.7 b7 = OFF (PT-ADP communication data error)

  • Page 399

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.7 Model Code 3. Program Example 2 (For FX Series PLC) D8268.0 The temperature measurement data Y000 of channel 1 is outside the specified range, or disconnection is detected.

  • Page 400

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.8 Basic Program Example Basic Program Example Create the following basic program example to read out the temperature measurement data. • For FX Series PLC The following program will store the temperature measurement data (°C) from channels 1 and 2 of the adapter to D100 and D101, respectively.

  • Page 401

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Troubleshooting -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 5.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes the troubleshooting methods and error status. If the temperature measurement data is not input, or if the proper digital value is not input, check the following items: •...

  • Page 402

    The adjustment data set in the EEPROM before delivery from our factory cannot be read out properly or is destroyed. 2) Remedy Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 3. Averaging time setting error (b5) 1) Description of error The averaging time set for one of the channels (channels 1 to 4) is outside the specified range: 1 to 4095.

  • Page 403

    Check that the 24 V DC power is properly supplied to the PT-ADP. Also check that the PT-ADP is correctly connected to the PLC. If the problem cannot be solved even after the above check, please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative.

  • Page 404

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Troubleshooting -4AD-PT-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 5.5 Error Status Check MEMO I-30...

  • Page 405

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 406

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input)

  • Page 407

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter describes the outline of FX -4AD-PTW-ADP (referred to as PTW-ADP). Outline of Functions The FX -4AD-PTW-ADP is an analog special adapter. Connect the FX -4AD-PTW-ADP to the FX Series PLC to read the temperature data from the 4-channel platinum resistance thermometers.

  • Page 408

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting analog input using the PTW-ADP, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -4AD-PTW-ADP Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 409

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.3 Connectable PLC and Its Version Number Connectable PLC and Its Version Number PTW-ADP is compatible with the following PLC. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC Ver.

  • Page 410

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number Compatible Programming Tool Version Number The following programming tools and versions are applicable for the FX series. 1. English versions Model name Media model name Applicable version...

  • Page 411

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general, power supply, and performance specifications for the PTW-ADP. Generic Specifications Item Specifications Ambient 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored temperature Relative...

  • Page 412

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.2 Power Supply Specifications Power Supply Specifications Items Specification A/D conversion circuit 24 V DC +20 % -15 %, 50 mA driving power (It is necessary to connect a 24 V DC power supply to the terminal block.) 5 V DC, 15 mA Interface driving power (Since the internal power is supplied from the FX Series main unit, it is not necessary...

  • Page 413

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time A/D Conversion Time This section describes the A/D conversion time. 2.4.1 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC.

  • Page 414

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time 2.4.2 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 415

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.5 Temperature Measurement 2.4.3 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 416

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) Wiring This chapter describes the PTW-ADP wiring. Observe the following caution to wire the PTW-ADP. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 417

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of the PTW-ADP are arranged as follows: Signal Application External power Ground terminal Channel-1 platinum resistance thermometer sensor input Channel-2 platinum resistance thermometer...

  • Page 418

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.2 Applicable Cable and Terminal Tightening Torque Applicable Cable and Terminal Tightening Torque Use the following cables to connect with the counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable end as shown below. To connect the platinum resistance thermometer sensor, use the cable supplied with the Pt100 platinum resistance thermometer or a twisted pair shielded cable.

  • Page 419

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.3 Power Supply Line Power Supply Line Connect the 24 V DC power supply line of the PTW-ADP to the 24+ and 24- terminals of the terminal block. 3.3.1 To connect to the FX Series PLC...

  • Page 420

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.4 Selection of the Platinum Resistance Thermometer Sensor Selection of the Platinum Resistance Thermometer Sensor Select the Pt100 3-wire platinum resistance thermometer sensor. This thermometer will not be affected by voltage drop in the wiring area, and will ensure accurate measurement.

  • Page 421

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.1 Loading of A/D Conversion Data Programming This chapter describes how to create programs that can read analog data using the PTW-ADP. Loading of A/D Conversion Data 1) The input analog data will be converted into digital data and then stored in the special devices of the Series PLC.

  • Page 422

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC Communi -cation -4AD -4AD -4AD -4AD special -PTW-ADP -PTW-ADP -PTW-ADP -PTW-ADP adapter Series PLC Special devices Special auxiliary relays: M8260 to M8269 Special data registers:...

  • Page 423

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Device number Special Description Attribute Reference device Section M8280 M8290 Selects the temperature unit.

  • Page 424

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.3 Selection of Temperature Unit Selection of Temperature Unit To switch the temperature unit of the PTW-ADP turn the special auxiliary relay ON for Fahrenheit (°F) or OFF for Centigrade (°C).

  • Page 425

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.4 Temperature Measurement Temperature Measurement The temperature data input in the PTW-ADP will be stored in the special data registers. The special data registers that store the temperature data are shown in the following table: •...

  • Page 426

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.5 Averaging Time Averaging Time Setting range: 1 to 4095 Initial value: K1 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) If the averaging time is set for the PTW-ADP, the averaged temperature measurement data will be stored in the D8260 to D8263, D8270 to D8273, D8280 to D8283, and D8290 to D8293.

  • Page 427

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.6 Error Status Error Status If an error is detected in the PTW-ADP, the error status data will be stored in the corresponding special data register.

  • Page 428

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.6 Error Status • For FX Series PLC M8002 Error status of 1st analog special adapter D8268.6 b6 = OFF (PTW-ADP hardware error) Initial pulse Error status of 1st analog special adapter D8268.7 b7 = OFF (PTW-ADP communication data error)

  • Page 429

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.7 Model Code 3. Program Example 2 (For FX Series PLC) D8268.0 The temperature measurement data Y000 of channel 1 is outside the specified range, or disconnection is detected.

  • Page 430

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.8 Basic Program Example Basic Program Example Create the following basic program example to read out the temperature measurement data. • For FX Series PLC The following program will store the temperature measurement data (°C) from channels 1 and 2 of the adapter to D100 and D101, respectively.

  • Page 431

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Troubleshooting -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 5.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes the troubleshooting methods and error status. If the temperature measurement data is not input, or if the proper digital value is not input, check the following items: •...

  • Page 432

    The adjustment data set in the EEPROM before delivery from our factory cannot be read out properly or is destroyed. 2) Remedy Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 3. Averaging time setting error (b5) 1) Description of error The averaging time set for one of the channels (channels 1 to 4) is outside the specified range: 1 to 4095.

  • Page 433

    Check that the 24 V DC power is properly supplied to the PTW-ADP. Also check that the PTW-ADP is correctly connected to the PLC. If the problem cannot be solved even after the above check, please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative.

  • Page 434

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Troubleshooting -4AD-PTW-ADP (4-channel Platinum Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 5.5 Error Status Check MEMO J-30...

  • Page 435

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 436

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input)

  • Page 437

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter describes the outline of FX -4AD-PNK-ADP (referred to as PNK-ADP). Outline of Functions The FX -4AD-PNK-ADP is an analog special adapter. Connect the FX -4AD-PNK-ADP to the FX Series PLC to read the data from the 4-channel resistance thermometer.

  • Page 438

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting analog input using PNK-ADP, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -4AD-PNK-ADP Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 439: Connectable Plc And Its Version Number

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.3 Connectable PLC and Its Version Number Connectable PLC and Its Version Number PNK-ADP is compatible with the following PLC. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC Ver.

  • Page 440

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number Compatible Programming Tool Version Number The following programming tools and versions are applicable for the FX series. 1. English versions Model name Media model name Applicable version...

  • Page 441

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general, power supply, and performance specifications for the PNK-ADP. Generic Specifications Item Specifications 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating Ambient temperature -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored Relative humidity...

  • Page 442

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.3 Performance Specifications Performance Specifications Specifications Item Centigrade ( ° C) Fahrenheit ( ° F) Platinum resistance thermometer sensor (2-wire or 3-wire) Pt1000 JIS C 1604-1997 Input signal Nickel resistance thermometer sensor (2-wire or 3-wire) Ni1000 DIN 43760-1987...

  • Page 443

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time A/D Conversion Time This section describes the A/D conversion time. 2.4.1 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC.

  • Page 444

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time 2.4.2 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 445

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 2.5 Temperature Measurement 2.4.3 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every arithmetic operation of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 446

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) Wiring This chapter describes the PNK-ADP wiring. Observe the following caution to wire the PNK-ADP. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 447

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of the PNK-ADP are arranged as follows: Signal Application External power Ground terminal Channel-1 Pt1000/Ni1000 sensor input Channel-2 Pt1000/Ni1000 sensor input Channel-3 Pt1000/Ni1000 sensor input...

  • Page 448

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.2 Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Use the following cables to connect with the counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable end as shown below. 1.

  • Page 449

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.3 Power Supply Line Power Supply Line Connect the 24 V DC power supply line of the PNK-ADP to the 24+ and 24- terminals of the terminal block. 3.3.1 To connect to the FX Series PLC...

  • Page 450: Selection Of The Resistance Thermometer Sensor

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 3.4 Selection of the Resistance Thermometer Sensor Selection of the Resistance Thermometer Sensor Select the Pt1000/Ni1000 (2-wire or 3-wire sensors) resistance thermometer sensor. Wiring of the Resistance Thermometer Sensor Wiring depends on the resistance thermometer sensor type selected.

  • Page 451

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.1 Loading of A/D Conversion Data Programming This chapter describes how to create programs that can read out the analog data using the PNK-ADP. Loading of A/D Conversion Data 1) The input analog data will be converted into digital data and then stored in the special devices of the Series PLC.

  • Page 452: Input Sensor Selection

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC Communi- cation -4AD -4AD -4AD -4AD special -PNK-ADP -PNK-ADP -PNK-ADP -PNK-ADP Series PLC adapter Special devices Special auxiliary relays: M8260 to M8269 Special data registers:...

  • Page 453

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Device number Special Description Attribute Reference device Section M8280 M8290 Selects the temperature unit Special Section auxiliary...

  • Page 454

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.3 Selection of Temperature Unit Selection of Temperature Unit The state of special auxiliary relays decides the PNK-ADP's temperature unit as shown in the table below. To switch the temperature unit, use the following special auxiliary relays: •...

  • Page 455

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.4 Input sensor selection Input sensor selection Turn on the Pt1000 type or off the Ni1000 type selection special auxiliary relay to select the Pt1000 or Ni1000 for PNK-ADP.

  • Page 456

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.5 Temperature Measurement Temperature Measurement The temperature data input in the PNK-ADP will be stored in the special data registers. The special data registers that store the temperature data are shown in the following table: •...

  • Page 457

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.6 Averaging Time Averaging Time Setting range: 1 to 4095 Initial value: K64 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) If the averaging time is set for the PNK-ADP, the averaged temperature measurement data will be stored in the D8260 to D8263, D8270 to D8273, D8280 to D8283, and D8290 to D8293.

  • Page 458

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.7 Error Status Error Status If an error is detected on PNK-ADP, the error status data will be stored in the corresponding special data register. The following table shows the special data registers that store the error status data: •...

  • Page 459

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.7 Error Status • For FX Series PLC M8002 Error status in the 1st analog special adapter D8268.6 b6 = OFF (PNK-ADP hardware error) Initial pulse Error status in the 1st analog special adapter D8268.7 b7 = OFF (PNK-ADP communication data error)

  • Page 460

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.8 Model Code 3. Program Example 2 (For FX Series PLC) D8268.0 The temperature measurement data Y000 of channel 1 is outside the specified range, or disconnection is detected. D8268.1 Y001 The temperature measurement data...

  • Page 461

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.9 Basic Program Example Basic Program Example Create the following basic program to read out the temperature measurement data. • For FX Series PLC ° C The following program will select Pt1000 and will store the temperature measurement data ( ) of channels 1 and 2 of the 3rd...

  • Page 462

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 4.9 Basic Program Example • For FX Series PLC ° C The following program will select Pt1000 and will store the temperature measurement data ( ) of channels 1 and 2 of the 1st adapter in the D100 and the D101, respectively.

  • Page 463

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Troubleshooting -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 5.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes the troubleshooting methods and error status. If the temperature measurement data is not input, or if the proper digital value is not input, check the following items: •...

  • Page 464

    1) Description of error The adjustment data set in the EEPROM before delivery from our factory is unreadable or is destroyed. 2) Remedy Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 3. Averaging time setting error (b5) 1) Description of error The averaging time set for one of the channels (channels 1 to 4) is outside the specified range: 1 to 4095.

  • Page 465

    Check that the 24 V DC power is properly supplied to the PNK-ADP. Also check that the PNK-ADP is correctly connected to the PLC. If the problem cannot be solved even after the above check, please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative.

  • Page 466

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Troubleshooting -4AD-PNK-ADP (4-channel Resistance Thermometer Data Input) 5.5 Error Status Check MEMO K-32...

  • Page 467

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 468

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input)

  • Page 469

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 1.1 Outline of Functions Outline This chapter describes the outline of FX -4AD-TC-ADP (referred to as TC-ADP). Outline of Functions The FX -4AD-TC-ADP is an analog special adapter. Connect the FX -4AD-TC-ADP to the FX Series PLC to read the data from the 4-channel thermocouple.

  • Page 470

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 1.2 Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation Before starting analog input using TC-ADP, follow the procedure below to set up the system: -4AD-TC-ADP Refer to Chapter 1.

  • Page 471

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 1.3 Connectable PLC and Its Version Number Connectable PLC and Its Version Number TC-ADP is compatible with the following PLC. Compatible PLC Version number Date of production Series PLC Ver.

  • Page 472

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 1.4 Compatible Programming Tool Version Number Compatible Programming Tool Version Number The following programming tools and versions are applicable for the FX series. 1. English versions Model name Media model name Applicable version...

  • Page 473

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 2.1 Generic Specifications Specifications This chapter describes the general, power supply, and performance specifications for the TC-ADP. Generic Specifications Item Specifications 0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F) when operating Ambient temperature -25 to 75 °C (-13 to 167 °F) when stored Relative humidity...

  • Page 474

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 2.3 Performance Specifications Performance Specifications Specifications Item Centigrade ( ° C) Fahrenheit ( ° F) Thermocouple type K or J Input signal JIS C 1602-1995 -100 ° C to +1000 ° C -148 °...

  • Page 475

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time A/D Conversion Time This section describes the A/D conversion time. 2.4.1 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC.

  • Page 476

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 2.4 A/D Conversion Time 2.4.2 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 477

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 Specifications -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 2.5 Temperature Measurement 2.4.3 When connected to a FX 1. A/D conversion and special data register update timing A/D conversion is performed at every scan time of the PLC. During execution of END instruction, the PLC performs A/D conversion, reads out the A/D converted data, and then writes the data in the special data registers.

  • Page 478

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) Wiring This chapter describes the TC-ADP wiring. Observe the following caution to wire the TC-ADP. WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product.

  • Page 479

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 3.1 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminals of the TC-ADP are arranged as follows: Signal Application External power Ground terminal • Unused (Do not connect any lines.) •...

  • Page 480

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 3.2 Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Applicable Cables and Terminal Tightening Torque Use the following cables to connect with the counterpart equipment. Terminate the cable end as shown below. 1.

  • Page 481

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 3.3 Power Supply Line Power Supply Line Connect the 24 V DC power supply line of the TC-ADP to the 24+ and 24- terminals of the terminal block. 3.3.1 To connect to the FX Series PLC...

  • Page 482: Selection Of The Thermocouple

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 3.4 Selection of the Thermocouple Selection of the Thermocouple 3.4.1 Thermocouple type • There are 2 types of thermocouples: K type and J type. When selecting the thermocouple type, make sure that the same type of thermocouple is connection to all the channels.

  • Page 483: Wiring Of The Thermocouple Type J

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Wiring -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 3.6 Caution Regarding Wiring 3.5.2 Wiring of the thermocouple type J Terminal block TC-ADP type J Temperature type J compensating circuit Thermocouple Compensating type J lead wire 3k...

  • Page 484: Loading Of A/d Conversion Data

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.1 Loading of A/D Conversion Data Programming This chapter describes how to create programs that can read out the analog data using the TC-ADP. Loading of A/D Conversion Data 1) The input analog data will be converted into digital data and then stored in the special devices of the Series PLC.

  • Page 485

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC Communi- cation -4AD -4AD -4AD -4AD special -TC-ADP -TC-ADP -TC-ADP -TC-ADP Series PLC adapter Special devices Special auxiliary relays: M8260 to M8269 Special data registers: D8260 to D8269...

  • Page 486

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.2 List of Special Devices • FX Series PLC R: Read / W: Write Device number Special Description Attribute Reference device Section M8280 M8290 Selects the temperature unit Special Switches the thermocouple type between type K and Section...

  • Page 487

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.3 Selection of Temperature Unit Selection of Temperature Unit The state of special auxiliary relays decides the TC-ADP's temperature unit as shown in the table below. To switch the temperature unit, use the following special auxiliary relays: •...

  • Page 488: Selection Of Type K Or J

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.4 Selection of Type K or J Selection of Type K or J Turn on the J type or off the K type selection special auxiliary relay to select the thermocouple type J or K for TC-ADP.

  • Page 489

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.5 Temperature Measurement Temperature Measurement The temperature data input in the TC-ADP will be stored in the special data registers. The special data registers that store the temperature data are shown in the following table: •...

  • Page 490

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.6 Averaging Time Averaging Time Setting range: 1 to 4095 Initial value: K64 Numeric data type: Decimal (K) If the averaging time is set for the TC-ADP, the averaged temperature measurement data will be stored in the D8260 to D8263, D8270 to D8273, D8280 to D8283, and D8290 to D8293.

  • Page 491

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.7 Error Status Error Status If an error is detected on TC-ADP, the error status data will be stored in the corresponding special data register. The following table shows the special data registers that store the error status data: •...

  • Page 492

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.7 Error Status • For FX Series PLC M8002 Error status in the 1st analog special adapter D8268.6 b6 = OFF (TC-ADP hardware error) Initial pulse Error status in the 1st analog special adapter D8268.7 b7 = OFF (TC-ADP communication data error)

  • Page 493

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.8 Model Code 3. Program Example 2 (For FX Series PLC) D8268.0 The temperature measurement data Y000 of channel 1 is outside the specified range, or disconnection is detected. D8268.1 Y001 The temperature measurement data...

  • Page 494

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.9 Basic Program Example Basic Program Example Create the following basic program to read out the temperature measurement data. • For FX Series PLCs The following program will select thermocouple type K and will store the temperature measurement data °...

  • Page 495

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Programming -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 4.9 Basic Program Example • For FX Series PLC The following program will select thermocouple type K and will store the temperature measurement data ° C ) of channels 1 and 2 of the 1st adapter in the D100 and the D101, respectively.

  • Page 496

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Troubleshooting -4AD-TC-ADP (4-channel Thermocouple Data Input) 5.1 PLC Version Number Check Troubleshooting This chapter describes the troubleshooting methods and error status. If the temperature measurement data is not input, or if the proper digital value is not input, check the following items: •...

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    1) Description of error The adjustment data set in the EEPROM before delivery from our factory is unreadable or is destroyed. 2) Remedy Please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. 3. Averaging time setting error (b5) 1) Description of error The averaging time set for one of the channels (channels 1 to 4) is outside the specified range: 1 to 4095.

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    Check that the 24 V DC power is properly supplied to the TC-ADP. Also check that the TC-ADP is correctly connected to the PLC. If the problem cannot be solved even after the above check, please contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative.

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    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition PID Instruction (FNC 88)

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline PID Instruction (FNC 88) 1.1 Outline of function Outline This chapter describes the outline of PID instruction (FNC88) for the FX Series PLC. Outline of function The PID instruction requires the system to calculate the output (MV) value from the measured (PV) value. Through combining the P (proportional) action, I (integral) action, and D (derivative) action the target (SV) value can be obtained.

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 1 Outline PID Instruction (FNC 88) 1.2 Basic Operation Expressions in PID Instruction (Reference) Basic Operation Expressions in PID Instruction (Reference) The PID instruction executes using the speed type or measured value differential type operation expression. According to the contents of +1, bit 0 (operation setting (ACT)) specified by in the PID control,...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 How to Use PID Instruction PID Instruction (FNC 88) 2.1 Explanation of function and operation How to Use PID Instruction 1. Instruction format 16-bit 32-bit FNC 88 Mnemonic Operation Condition Mnemonic Operation Condition Instruction Instruction Continuous...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 2 How to Use PID Instruction PID Instruction (FNC 88) 2.2 Relationship Between Parameter Setting and Auto-Tuning Explanation of set items Occupied Set item Description points • The target value (SV) is set. •...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.1 Parameter List: (S3) to (S3) + 28 Parameter This chapter describes various parameters of PID instruction. Parameter List: (S3) to (S3) + 28 Set item Setting Remarks Reference It cannot be shorter than operation...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.1 Parameter List: (S3) to (S3) + 28 Set item Setting Remarks Reference It is valid when operation direction Input variation (incremental) 0 to 32767 alarm set value (ACT) (bit 1 of +1) is "1".

  • Page 507: Details Of Parameters

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.2 Details of Parameters Details of Parameters 3.2.1 Sampling time (T ): (S3) Setting range: 1 to 32767 [ms] Set the cycle time (ms) for the PID operation. •...

  • Page 508: Limit Cycle Method

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.2 Details of Parameters 3.2.2 Operation setting (ACT):(S3)+1 Setting range: OFF = forward operation, ON = backward operation 1. Forward operation or backward operation: +1, bit 0 Select the PID control direction (forward or backward).

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.2 Details of Parameters 2. Alarm setting (for input variation and output variation): +1, bit 1 and bit 2 Setting range: OFF, ON The input variation and output variation can be checked arbitrarily. These parameters can be set in +24.

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.2 Details of Parameters 3.2.3 Input filter (α): (S3)+2 Setting range: 0 to 99[%] PID control: Proportional operation, integral operation and differential operation The input filter (α) is a software filter to reduce the fluctuation of the measured value (PV) caused by noise. By setting this time constant of the filter according to the control target characteristics and noise level, the effect of noise can be reduced.

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.2 Details of Parameters 3.2.4 Proportional gain (K ): (S3)+3 Setting range: 1 to 32767[%] PID control: Proportional operation During the proportional operation, the output (MV) increases in proportion to the deviation (difference between the target value (SV) and the measured value (PV)).

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.2 Details of Parameters Example 1: PI operation in heating (backward operation) Measured value in PI operation Measured value in proportional operation Target value (SV) Integral time (T 0 <...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.2 Details of Parameters 3.2.6 Differential gain (K ): (S3)+5 Setting range: 0 to 100[%] PID control: Differential operation The filter is applied to the output at the differential operation. Only the differential operation is affected by the differential gain (K •...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.2 Details of Parameters Example 1: PID operation in heating (backward operation) Changes caused by disturbance (PID operation) Target value (SV) PI operation (without differential operation) (PID operation) (PID operation) >...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 3 Parameter PID Instruction (FNC 88) 3.2 Details of Parameters 3.2.8 Alarm output flag: (S3)+24 When the input variation [ +1, bit 1] is set to 1 Variation Time Sampling time (TS) Alarm flag bit0 bit1 When the output variation [...

  • Page 516: Parameters Set In Auto-tuning (of Limit Cycle Method)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Auto-Tuning PID Instruction (FNC 88) 4.1 Limit Cycle Method Auto-Tuning This chapter describes the auto-tuning function of PID instruction. The auto-tuning function will automatically set the important constants, such as the proportional gain and the integral time, to ensure optimum PID control.

  • Page 517: Auto-tuning Procedure

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Auto-Tuning PID Instruction (FNC 88) 4.1 Limit Cycle Method 4.1.2 Auto-tuning procedure Set the forward or backward operation Set the operation direction flag (bit 0) in the operation setting parameter (ACT) Select the auto-tuning method (limit cycle method) Set the auto-tuning method to ON (bit 6) in the operation setting parameter (ACT) (When bit 6 is set to OFF, the step response method is selected.) Set the auto-tuning execution flag to ON...

  • Page 518: Reference: How To Obtain Three Constants In Pid Control (limit Cycle Method)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Auto-Tuning PID Instruction (FNC 88) 4.1 Limit Cycle Method 4.1.3 Reference: How to obtain three constants in PID control (limit cycle method) For acquiring satisfactory control results in PID control, it is necessary to obtain the optimal value of each constant (parameter) suitable to the control target.

  • Page 519: Step Response Method

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Auto-Tuning PID Instruction (FNC 88) 4.2 Step Response Method Step Response Method 4.2.1 Parameters to be set by auto-tuning (step response method) Parameter Setting position Parameter Setting position Operation setting (ACT) Integral time (T +1, bit 0 (operation direction) Proportional gain (K Differential time (T...

  • Page 520: Reference: How To Obtain Three Constants In Pid Control (step Response Method)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 4 Auto-Tuning PID Instruction (FNC 88) 4.3 Cautions on Auto-Tuning Execution 4.2.3 Reference: How to obtain three constants in PID control (step response method) For acquiring satisfactory control results during PID control, it is necessary to obtain the optimal value of each constant (parameter) suitable for the control target.

  • Page 521: Example: System And Operation

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Example of Practical Programs (for Step Response Method) PID Instruction (FNC 88) 5.1 Example: System and operation Example of Practical Programs (for Step Response Method) The following is an example of a program for the operation application system shown below. Example: System and operation System configuration Temperature sensor...

  • Page 522: Program Example Of Auto-tuning (step Response Method) And Pid Control

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Example of Practical Programs (for Step Response Method) PID Instruction (FNC 88) 5.2 Program example of auto-tuning (step response method) and PID control Program example of auto-tuning (step response method) and PID control Initial pulse M8002 FNC 12...

  • Page 523: Program Example Of Auto-tuning (step Response Method)

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Example of Practical Programs (for Step Response Method) PID Instruction (FNC 88) 5.2 Program example of auto-tuning (step response method) and PID control Auto-tuning ON flag Auto-tuning operation is FNC 12 D511 K2M10 confirmed.

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Example of Practical Programs (for Step Response Method) PID Instruction (FNC 88) 5.3 Program example of auto-tuning (step response method) Program example of auto-tuning (step response method) Auto-tuning is started. X010 FNC 12 The target value is set (to 50°C).

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 5 Example of Practical Programs (for Step Response Method) PID Instruction (FNC 88) 5.3 Program example of auto-tuning (step response method) PID operation Heater operation cycle timer T246 (2 sec) K2000 T246 The heater operation cycle timer T246 is preset.

  • Page 526: Error Codes

    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting PID Instruction (FNC 88) 6.1 Error Codes Troubleshooting Error Codes When an error occurs in the set value of a control parameter or the data acquired during the PID operation, the operation error flag M8067 turns ON, and a corresponding error code is stored in D8067. Error Error description Action...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting PID Instruction (FNC 88) 6.1 Error Codes Error Error description Action code <Auto-tuning is finished. → PID operation is not started.> Because the set value fluctuated during auto-tuning, auto- <Step response method> tuning was not executed correctly.

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition 6 Troubleshooting PID Instruction (FNC 88) 6.1 Error Codes MEMO M-30...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Warranty Warranty Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product. 1. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty Range 2. Onerous repair term after discontinuation of If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to be production the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of the Mitsubishi shall accept onerous product repairs for...

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    PLC User's Manual - Analog Control Edition Revised History Revised History Date Revision Description 7/2005 First Edition 2/2006 • FX -4AD is added to B. • FX -4DA is inserted to D. • Adding and revising the other descriptions. 3/2006 •...

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    SERIES PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS USER'S MANUAL Analog Control Edition HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN FX3U-U-ANALOG-E MODEL 09R619 MODEL CODE JY997D16701P Effective August 2016 (MEE) Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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