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GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
GOT2000
Connection Manual
(Microcomputer, MODBUS Products, Peripherals)
For GT Works3 Version1
■MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION
■MODBUS/RTU CONNECTION
■MODBUS/TCP CONNECTION
■CONNECTION TO SOUND OUTPUT
UNIT
■CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL I/O
DEVICE
■BAR CODE READER CONNECTION
■REMOTE PERSONAL COMPUTER
OPERATION CONNECTION
Series
■VNC(R) SERVER CONNECTION
■VIDEO/RGB CONNECTION
■PRINTER CONNECTION
■MULTIMEDIA CONNECTION
■RFID CONNECTION
■WIRELESS LAN CONNECTION

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  • Page 1 GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Microcomputer, MODBUS Products, Peripherals) For GT Works3 Version1 ■MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION ■VNC(R) SERVER CONNECTION ■MODBUS/RTU CONNECTION ■VIDEO/RGB CONNECTION ■MODBUS/TCP CONNECTION ■PRINTER CONNECTION ■CONNECTION TO SOUND OUTPUT ■MULTIMEDIA CONNECTION UNIT ■RFID CONNECTION ■CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL I/O ■WIRELESS LAN CONNECTION DEVICE ■BAR CODE READER CONNECTION...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Always read these precautions before using this equipment.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly. The precautions given in this manual are concerned with this product. In this manual, the safety precautions are ranked as "WARNING"...
  • Page 4 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] WARNING If a communication fault (including cable disconnection) occurs during monitoring on the GOT, communication between the GOT and PLC CPU is suspended and the GOT becomes inoperative. For bus connection (GT27 Only) : The CPU becomes faulty and the GOT becomes inoperative. For other than bus connection : The GOT becomes inoperative.
  • Page 5 [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION Use the GOT in the environment that satisfies the general specifications described in this manual. Not doing so can cause an electric shock, fire, malfunction or product damage or deterioration. When mounting the GOT to the control panel, tighten the mounting screws in the specified torque range (0.36 N m to 0.48 N m) with a Phillips-head screwdriver No.2.
  • Page 6 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION Use applicable solderless terminals and tighten them with the specified torque. If any solderless spade terminal is used, it may be disconnected when the terminal screw comes loose, resulting in failure. Correctly wire the GOT power supply section after confirming the rated voltage and terminal arrangement of the product.
  • Page 7 Before touching the unit, always touch grounded metals, etc. to discharge static electricity from human body, etc. Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction. Use the battery manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. Use of other batteries may cause a risk of fire or explosion. Dispose of used battery promptly.
  • Page 8 [TOUCH PANEL PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION For the analog-resistive film type touch panels, normally the adjustment is not required. However, the difference between a touched position and the object position may occur as the period of use elapses. When any difference between a touched position and the object position occurs, execute the touch panel calibration.
  • Page 9 When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste. When disposing of batteries, separate them from other wastes according to the local regulations. (Refer to the GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Hardware) for details of the battery directive in the EU member states.)
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for choosing Mitsubishi Graphic Operation Terminal (Mitsubishi GOT). Read this manual and make sure you understand the functions and performance of the GOT thoroughly in advance to ensure correct use. CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .........................A - 1 INTRODUCTION ............................A - 8 CONTENTS ..............................A - 8 List of Manuals for GT Works3 .......................A - 14 Abbreviations and Generic Terms ......................A - 15...
  • Page 11 2.3.1 RS-232 cable ........................2 - 5 2.3.2 RS-422 cable ........................2 - 5 Device Data Area..........................2 - 6 2.4.1 D devices ..........................2 - 7 2.4.2 R devices ..........................2 - 11 2.4.3 L devices ..........................2 - 12 2.4.4 M devices ...........................
  • Page 12 Device Range that Can Be Set ...................... 3 - 72 Precautions ............................ 3 - 73 MODBUS CONNECTIONS 4. MODBUS(R)/RTU CONNECTION Connectable Model List ........................4 - 2 System Configuration ........................4 - 3 4.2.1 Connecting to MODBUS(R)/RTU equipment................ 4 - 3 Connection Diagram ........................
  • Page 13 7. CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL I/O DEVICE Connectable Model List ........................7 - 2 System Configuration ........................7 - 3 7.2.1 Connecting to the external I/O device .................. 7 - 3 Connection Diagram ........................7 - 5 7.3.1 Connection cable between external I/O unit and connector/terminal block converter module ..........................
  • Page 14 11. VIDEO/RGB CONNECTION 11.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 11 - 2 11.2 System Configuration ........................11 - 3 11.2.1 Displaying video image on GOT ..................11 - 3 11.2.2 Displaying GOT screen on external monitor............... 11 - 5 11.3 Connection Diagram ........................11 - 6 11.3.1 Coaxial cable ........................
  • Page 15 15. WIRELESS LAN CONNECTION 15.1 System Configuration ........................15 - 2 15.1.1 Connecting to wireless LAN ....................15 - 2 15.2 GOT Side Settings......................... 15 - 3 15.2.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)..........15 - 3 15.2.2 Communication detail settings.................... 15 - 3 15.2.3 GOT wireless LAN I/F setting .....................
  • Page 16: List Of Manuals For Gt Works3

    GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Products 1) for GT Works3 Version1 SH-081198ENG GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Products 2) for GT Works3 Version1 SH-081199ENG GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Microcomputer, MODBUS Products, Peripherals) for GT Works3 Version1 SH-081200ENG (3) GT SoftGOT2000 manuals Manual number...
  • Page 17: Abbreviations And Generic Terms

    Abbreviations and generic terms Description GT2712-S GT2712-STBA, GT2712-STWA, GT2712-STBD, GT2712-STWD GT2710-S GT2710-STBA, GT2710-STBD GT27 GT2710-V GT2710-VTBA, GT2710-VTWA, GT2710-VTBD, GT2710-VTWD GT2708-S GT2708-STBA, GT2708-STBD GOT2000 Series GT2708-V GT2708-VTBA, GT2708-VTBD GT2310-V GT2310-VTBA, GT2310-VTBD GT23 GT2308-V GT2308-VTBA, GT2308-VTBD GT SoftGOT2000 GT SoftGOT2000 Version1 GOT1000 Series...
  • Page 18 SW1DND-GTW3-C GT Designer3 Version1 Screen drawing software GT Designer3 for GOT2000/GOT1000 series GT Designer3 Screen drawing software for GOT2000 series included in GT Works3 GT Designer3 (GOT2000) GT Designer3 (GOT1000) Screen drawing software for GOT1000 series included in GT Works3...
  • Page 19 (3) Other software Abbreviations and generic terms Description SW□DNC-GXW2-J (-JA, -JAZ) type programmable controller engineering GX Works2 software (□ indicates a version.) GX Simulator2 GX Works2 with the simulation function SW□D5C-LLT-J (-JV) type ladder logic test tool function software package GX Simulator (SW5D5C-LLT (-V) or later versions) (□...
  • Page 20 ■ . Others Abbreviations and generic terms Description IAI Corporation AZBIL Azbil Corporation OMRON OMRON Corporation KEYENCE KEYENCE CORPORATION KOYO EI KOYO ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES CO., LTD. JTEKT JTEKT Corporation SHARP Sharp Manufacturing Systems Corporation SHINKO Shinko Technos Co., Ltd. CHINO CHINO CORPORATION TOSHIBA TOSHIBA CORPORATION...
  • Page 21: Preparatory Procedures For Monitoring

    PREPARATORY PROCEDURES FOR MONITORING 1.1 Setting the Communication Interface ....1 - 3 1.2 Writing the Package Data onto the GOT ....1 - 10 1.3 Option Devices for the Respective Connection .
  • Page 22 PREPARATORY PROCEDURES FOR MONITORING The following shows the procedures to be taken before monitoring and corresponding reference sections. Setting the communication interface 1.1Setting the Communication Interface Determine the connection type and channel No. to be used, and Each chapter GOT Side Settings perform the communication setting.
  • Page 23: Setting The Communication Interface

    1.1 Setting the Communication Interface Set the communication interface of GOT and the connected equipment. When using the GOT at the first time, make sure to set the channel of communication interface and the communication driver before writing to GOT. Set the communication interface of the GOT at [Controller Setting] and [I/F Communication Setting] in GT Designer3.
  • Page 24  Setting item This section describes the setting items of the Manufacturer, Controller Type, Driver and I/F. When using the channel No.2 to No.4, put a check mark at [Use CH*]. Item Description Use CH* Select this item when setting the channel No.2 to No.4. Manufacturer Select the manufacturer of the equipment to be connected to the GOT.
  • Page 25 (2) Setting [Controller Type] The types for the selection differs depending on the PLC to be used. For the settings, refer to the following. Type Model name Manufacturer NFCP100 YOKOGAWA NFJT100 TSX P57 203M TSX P57 253M TSX P57 303M TSX P57 353M TSX P57 453M 140 CPU 311 10...
  • Page 26 (3) Setting [I/F] The interface differs depending on the GOT to be used. Set the I/F according to the connection and the position of communication unit to be mounted onto the GOT. Extension interface 3rd stage Standard interface 4 (Ethernet interface built in the GOT) Standard interface 1 (RS-232 interface built in the GOT) 2nd stage...
  • Page 27: I/f Communication Setting

    1.1.2 I/F communication setting This function displays the list of the GOT communication interfaces. Set the channel and the communication driver to the interface to be used.  Setting Select [Common] [I/F Communication Setting] from the menu. The I/F Communication Setting dialog box appears. Make the settings with reference to the following explanation. 1 - 7 1.
  • Page 28  Setting item The following describes the setting items for the standard I/F setting and extension I/F setting. Item Description Standard I/F setting Set channel No. and drivers to the GOT standard interfaces. Set the CH No. according to the intended purpose. 0: Not used 1 to 4: Used for connecting a controller of channel No.
  • Page 29: Precautions

    POINT POINT POINT Channel No., drivers, [RS232 Setting] (1) Channel No.2 to No.4 Use the channel No.2 to No.4 when using the Multi-channel function. For details of the Multi-channel function, refer to the following. Mitsubishi Products 19. MULTI-CHANNEL FUNCTION (2) Drivers The displayed items for a driver differ according to the settings [Manufacturer], [Controller Type] and [I/F].
  • Page 30: Writing The Package Data Onto The Got

    1.2 Writing the Package Data onto the GOT Write the package data onto the GOT. For details on writing to GOT, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help 1.2.1 Writing the Package Data onto the GOT Select [Communication] [Write to GOT…] from the menu.
  • Page 31: Checking The Package Data Writing On Got

    1.2.2 Checking the package data writing on GOT Confirm if the package data is properly written onto the GOT by reading from GOT using GT Designer3. For reading from the GOT, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help Select [Communication] [Read from GOT…] from the menu.
  • Page 32: Option Devices For The Respective Connection

    1.3 Option Devices for the Respective Connection The following shows the option devices to connect in the respective connection type. For the specifications, usage and connecting procedure on option devices, refer to the respective device manual. 1.3.1 Communication module Product name Model Specifications For QCPU (Q mode), motion controller CPU (Q series)
  • Page 33: Option Unit

    1.3.2 Option unit Product name Model Specifications Multimedia unit GT27-MMR-Z For video input signal (NTSC/PAL) 1 ch, playing movie Video input unit GT27-V4-Z For video input signal (NTSC/PAL) 4 ch RGB input unit GT27-R2-Z For analog RGB input signal 2 ch Video/RGB input unit GT27-V4R1-Z For video input signal (NTSC/PAL) 4 ch, for analog RGB mixed input signal 1 ch...
  • Page 34: Installing A Unit On Another Unit (checking The Unit Installation Position)

    Installing a unit on another unit (Checking the unit installation position) This section describes the precautions for installing units on another unit. For the installation method of each unit, refer to the following manual. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware)  When using a bus connection unit The installation position varies depending on the bus connection unit to be used.
  • Page 35  When using a MELSECNET/H communication unit, CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit, or CC-Link communication unit (GT15-J61BT13) Install a MELSECNET/H communication unit, CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit, or CC-Link communication unit in the 1st stage of an extension interface. If a bus connection unit is installed in the 2nd stage or above, the unit cannot be used.
  • Page 36  When using the video input unit, RGB input unit, video/RGB input unit, RGB output unit, or multimedia unit Install the video input unit, RGB input unit, video/RGB input unit, RGB output unit, or multimedia unit at the 1st stage of the extension interface.
  • Page 37: Connection Cables For The Respective Connection

    1.4 Connection Cables for the Respective Connection To connect the GOT to a device in the respective connection type, connection cables between the GOT and a device are necessary. For cables needed for each connection, refer to each chapter for connection. 1.4.1 GOT connector specifications The following shows the connector specifications on the GOT side.
  • Page 38: Coaxial Cableconnector Connection Method

    1.4.2 Coaxial cableconnector connection method The following describes the method for connecting the BNC connector (connector plug for coaxial cable) and the cable. CAUTION  Solder the coaxial cable connectors properly. Insufficient soldering may result in malfunctions. Components of the BNC connector Structure of the coaxial cable External conductor Outer sheath...
  • Page 39: Terminating Resistors Of Got

    1.4.3 Terminating resistors of GOT The following shows the terminating resistor specifications on the GOT side. When setting the terminating resistor in each connection type, refer to the following.   RS-422/485 communication unit GT27 Set the terminating resistor using the terminating Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch.
  • Page 40: Verifying Got Recognizes Connected Equipment

    • Channel number of communication interface, communication drivers allocation status • Communication unit installation status For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) After powering up the GOT, touch [GOT basic set] [Controller] from the Utility.
  • Page 41 When setting [Pressing time] to other than 0 second on the setting screen of the utility call key, press and hold the utility call key until the buzzer sounds. For the setting of the utility call key, refer to the following. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (3) Communication interface setting by the Utility The communication interface setting can be changed on the Utility's [Communication setting] after writing [Communication Settings] of project data.
  • Page 42: Checking For Normal Monitoring

    Presetting the system alarm to project data allows you to identify errors occurred on the GOT, PLC CPU, servo amplifier and communications. For details on the operation method of the GOT Utility screen, refer to the following manual. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Error code Communication Channel No.
  • Page 43  Write data to virtual devices inside GOT (For microcomputer connection) Send a message from the host to the GOT, and confirm that the values are stored in the virtual devices inside the GOT. 2.7 System Configuration Examples) Write command 0100 000A 0163...
  • Page 44: Confirming The Communication State On The Got Side (for Ethernet Connection)

    1.6.2 Confirming the communication state on the GOT side (For Ethernet connection)  ® Confirming the communication state on Windows , GT Designer3 ® (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows ® Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of Windows (a) When normal communication C:\>Ping 192.168.3.18 Reply from 192.168.3.18: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=64...
  • Page 45 Confirming the communication state on the GOT The Ping test can be confirmed by the Utility screen of the GOT. For the operation method of GOT Utility, refer to the following. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 1 - 25 1. PREPARATORY PROCEDURES FOR MONITORING...
  • Page 46: Confirming The Communication State To Each Station (station Monitoring Function)

    1.6.3 Confirming the communication state to each station (Station monitoring function) The station monitoring function detects the faults (communication timeout) of the stations monitored by the GOT. When detecting the abnormal state, it allocates the data for the faulty station to the GOT special register (GS). (1) No.
  • Page 47 (2) Faulty station information The bit corresponding to the faulty station is set. (0: Normal, 1: Abnormal) The bit is reset after the fault is recovered. (a) Ethernet connection (Except for Ethernet multiple connection) GS231 bit 0 GS231 bit 1 GS231 bit 2 GS231 bit 3 Station number...
  • Page 48: Check On The Plc

    1.6.4 Check on the PLC  Read IC tag (For RFID connection) Read IC tag with a RFID reader/writer and check that the read data are written into the PLC CPU. Detailed settings including sequence programs, device settings and other settings required for monitoring, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 49: Microcomputer Connection

    MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION (SERIAL) ..2 - 1 MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION (ETHERNET)..3 - 1...
  • Page 51: Microcomputer Connection (serial)

    MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION (SERIAL) 2.1 Microcomputer Connection (Serial) ....2 - 2 2.2 System Configuration ......2 - 4 2.3 Connection Diagram .
  • Page 52: Microcomputer Connection (serial)

    MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION (SERIAL) 2.1 Microcomputer Connection (Serial) The "microcomputer connection (Serial)" is a function by which data can be written or read from a PC,  Flow of data processing microcomputer board, PLC, etc. (hereinafter referred to as "host") to virtual devices of the GOT. (1) When reading or writing data Interrupt output is also available from the GOT to the host.
  • Page 53 (2) When outputting interrupts Screen data Device data area Screen display (virtual devices) Interrupt(D13) 3139 output value1 output value2 Interrupt output (When the number of interrupt data bytes is 2) Host Data are written to the virtual devices for interrupt output from the touch switches on the GOT.
  • Page 54: System Configuration

    2.2 System Configuration 2.2.1 For the microcomputer connection (serial)  When connecting one GOT Communication driver Host Computer Connection cable Host Connection cable Number of connectable Communication Max. Connection diagram number Option device Model equipment Type distance - (Built into GOT) Differs according to RS-232...
  • Page 55: Connection Diagram

    2.3 Connection Diagram The following diagram shows the connection between the 2.3.2 RS-422 cable GOT and the microcomputer.  Connection diagram 2.3.1 RS-232 cable (1) RS-422 connection diagram 1)  GOT side Host side Connection diagram (1) RS-232 connection diagram 1) Example of the case where the DTR/DSR signal is not used GOT side Host side...
  • Page 56: Device Data Area

    2.4 Device Data Area The following shows a list of virtual devices inside the GOT available in the microcomputer connection (serial), and the address specification values for each data format. The address specification of the virtual devices differs depending on the data format. Address specification value Virtual device Device...
  • Page 57: D Devices

    2.4.1 D devices The D devices are word devices into which GOT communication errors, clock data or other information are stored. The user can also store data using the user area.  List of D devices The following lists the D devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). Address Description Set side...
  • Page 58 (From previous page) Address Description Set side Clock data (hour) – – Data of hours 00 to 23 stored as 2-digit BCD Unused Clock data (minute) – – Data of minutes 00 to 59 stored as 2-digit BCD Unused Clock data (second) System –...
  • Page 59 (From previous page) Address Description Set side Interrupt output When data are written to D13 and D14 from a GOT touch switch, for example, the data of D13 *1*2 and D14 are transmitted (interrupt output) to the host side. The data amount (number of bytes) to be interrupt-output is set at "Interrupt Data Byte" in "Communication Detail Settings".( 2.6.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings))
  • Page 60 POINT POINT POINT (1) The side where virtual devices are set System : Set on the system side. User : Set on the user side (by sending request messages from host or using the touch switches, etc. on the GOT). (2) Interrupt output (D13, D14) •...
  • Page 61: R Devices

    2.4.2 R devices The R devices are word devices into which user data are stored. All of these devices can be used as a user area.  List of R devices and differences in address specification by data format The following shows the R devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). The address specification values different depending on the data format are also given below.
  • Page 62: L Devices

    2.4.3 L devices The L devices are bit devices into which user data are stored. All of these devices can be used as a user area.  List of L devices and differences in address specification by data format The following shows the L devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). The address specification values different depending on the data format are also given below.
  • Page 63: M Devices

    2.4.4 M devices The M devices are bit devices into which user data are stored. All of these devices can be used as a user area.  List of M devices and differences in address specification by data format The following shows the M devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). The address specification values different depending on the data format are also given below.
  • Page 64: Sd Devices

    2.4.5 SD devices The SD devices are word devices into which GOT communication errors (error codes), clock data and other information are stored.  List of SD devices The following lists the SD devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). Address Description Set side 100ms counter (32bits)
  • Page 65 (From previous page) Address Description Set side Clock data (year) 4-digit year data is stored. Clock data (day of week) System Day-of-the-week data is stored. 0: Sunday 1: Monday 2: Tuesday 3: Wednesday 4: Thursday 5: Friday 6: Saturday ― SD10 to 15 Unused If a wrong day of the week is set by the clock data setting commands, the clock data will differ from the time displayed on the...
  • Page 66  Differences in address specifications by data format The address specification of devices varies depending on the data format. The following shows the address specification values for each data format. Address specification value Address Formats 1, 2 Formats 3 to 6 Formats 7 to 10 Formats 11 to 13 Formats 14, 15...
  • Page 67: Sm Devices

    2.4.6 SM devices The SM devices are bit devices into which interrupt outputs and clock data that turn ON/OFF at 1-second cycles.  List of SM devices The following shows the SM devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). Address Description Set side Interrupt output When the ON/OFF state of SM0 to 49 is changed by a touch switch on the GOT, for example, the interrupt...
  • Page 68  Differences in address specifications by data format The address specification of devices varies depending on the data format. The following shows the address specification values for each data format. Address Address specification value Model Format Format Format Format Format 1, 2 3 to 6 7 to 10...
  • Page 69: Message Formats

    2.5 Message Formats This section describes the format of messages that can be used in the microcomputer connection (serial). 2.5.1 Data format type and application  Data format type and application Communication is possible using any of the data formats shown below. (1) Formats 1, 2 (GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection) This is the same message format as when a microcomputer connection is established with the GOT-A900 series.
  • Page 70 (4) Formats 11 to 13 (Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method) This is the same format as the protocol of the Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method. Type Name Description Refer to Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link This is the basic format of the Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link Format 11 method method.
  • Page 71: List Of Commands

    2.5.2 List of commands The following shows the list of commands available in each data format.  List of commands for formats 1, 2 (GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection) Command Max. number of points Command name Description ASCII processed Symbol code Reads bit devices in 16-point units.
  • Page 72  Command lists for formats 7 to 10 (QnA compatible 3C/4C frame) Sub- Max. number of points Command Command name Description command processed Batch read 0401 0001 Reads bit devices in 1-point units. 64 points in bit units 64 words (1024 points) Reads bit devices in 16-point units.
  • Page 73  List of commands for formats 14, 15 (GOT-F900 series microcomputer connection) Command Max. number of points Command name Description ASCII processed Symbol code Reads bit devices in byte units. 255bytes (2040 points) Batch read (w/out station No.) Reads word devices in byte units. 255bytes (127 points) Reads bit devices in byte units.
  • Page 74: Formats 1, 2 (got-a900 Series Microcomputer Connection)

    2.5.3 Formats 1, 2 (GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection)  Basic format of data communication Item Message format Command Data Check Request message (host GOT) Sum check is performed in this range. (1) During processing of read commands Data Check Response message during normal Sum check is performed in this range.
  • Page 75  Details of data items in message format POINT POINT POINT Data code during communication Communication is performed in ASCII code. (excluding interrupt output) (1) Control codes Symbol ASCII code Description Start of Text (start marker of message frame) End of Text (end marker of message frame) End of Transmission Enquiry (start of enquiry) Negative ACK (error response)
  • Page 76 (8) Sum check code The sum check code is obtained by converting the lower 1 byte (8 bits) of the result (sum), after having added the sum check target data as binary data, to 2-digit ASCII code (Hex). Number of Command Address points...
  • Page 77  Message Formats (1) Batch read in word units (RD) command (a) When reading a word device The following shows an example of reading the two points of the virtual devices D100 and D101. (Assuming D100=0102 , D101=0304 are stored.) D100 0102 D101...
  • Page 78 (b) When reading a bit device The following shows an example of reading the two points of the virtual devices M0 to M31. (Assuming M0="1" and M31="1" are stored. M15 to 0 0001 M31 to 6 8000 Item Message format Number of Command Address...
  • Page 79 (2) Batch write in word units (WD) command (a) When writing to a word device The following shows as example of writing "0064 "and "0065 "to virtual devices D100 and D101. D100 0000 D100 0064 D101 0000 D101 0065 Before execution After execution Item Message format...
  • Page 80 (b) When writing to a bit device The following shows an example of writing "1"s to virtual devices M0 and M31. 0000 0001 M15 to 0 M15 to 0 M31 to 16 0000 M31 to 16 8000 Before execution After execution Item Message format Sum check is performed in this range.
  • Page 81 (3) Random read in word units (RR) command The following shows an example of reading the two points of the virtual devices D100 and M0 to M15. (Assuming D100=0064 , M0=1are stored.) D100 0064 M15 to 0 0001 Item Message format Command Address 1 Address 2...
  • Page 82 (4) Random write in word units (RW) command The following shows an example of writing "0064 " and "1" to virtual devices D100 and M0, respectively. D100 0000 D100 0064 M15 to 0 0000 M15 to 0 0001 Before execution After execution Item Message format...
  • Page 83 (5) Read clock data (TR) command The following shows an example of reading the clock data of GOT. (Assuming that the clock data of GOT has been set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49, Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 Item Message format Command Check Request message...
  • Page 84 (6) Set clock data (TS) command The following shows an example of setting the clock data of GOT. (Assuming the clock data of GOT is to be set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49 Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 After execution Item Message format Second...
  • Page 85 (7) In the case of interrupt outputs The following shows an example of an interrupt output when data are written to the interrupt output devices (D13 and D14). (Assuming that "3139 " is written to D13 and "AA55 " to D14.) Example: When the number of interrupt data bytes is 2 3139 Interrupt...
  • Page 86 POINT POINT POINT Interrupt output • To disable the interrupt output, turn ON SM52 (interrupt code output disable flag). ( 2.4.6 SM devices) • To enable the interrupt output, set 8 bits to the data length at "Communication Detail Settings". 2.6.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)) •...
  • Page 87: Formats 3 To 6 (a Compatible 1c Frame)

    2.5.4 Formats 3 to 6 (A compatible 1C frame)  Basic format of data communication This is the same message format as when communication is performed using the dedicated protocol (A compatible 1C frame) of the A Series computer link module. For details of the basic format of data communication, refer to the following manual: MELSEC-Q/L MELSEC Communication Protocol Reference Manual This section describes items whose settings differ from the dedicated protocol of the A Series computer link modules,...
  • Page 88 (4) Address Specifies the head No. of the device data to be read/written. The data annotated in decimal is converted to a 5- or 7-digit ASCII code (Hex) and transmitted from the upper digit. For details of the device range that can be accessed, refer to the following. 2.4 Device Data Area (5) Number of points Specifies the number of device data to be read/written.
  • Page 89  Message format The following shows the message format of the dedicated commands for a microcomputer connection of GOT. (1) Read clock data (TR) command The following shows an example of reading the clock data of GOT. (Assuming that the clock data of GOT has been set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49, Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 Item...
  • Page 90 (2) Set clock data (TS) command The following shows an example of setting the clock data of GOT. (Assuming the clock data of GOT is to be set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49 Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 After execution Item Message format Example: Format 3 (A compatible 1C frame (format 1))
  • Page 91  Error code list The following shows error code, error contents, cause, and measures. Error code Description Action • Check the communication cable and communication module attachment. Parity error • Check the settings of "Communication Detail Settings". The parity bit does not match. •...
  • Page 92: Formats 7 To 10 (qna Compatible 3c/4c Frame)

    2.5.5 Formats 7 to 10 (QnA compatible 3C/4C frame)  Basic format of data communication This is the same message format as when communication is performed using the MC protocol (QnA compatible 3C/ 4C frame) of the Q/QnA Series serial communication module. For details of the basic format of data communication, refer to the following manual: MELSEC-Q/L MELSEC Communication Protocol Reference Manual This section describes items whose settings differ from the MC protocol of the Q/QnA Series serial communication...
  • Page 93  Details of data items in message format POINT POINT POINT Data code during communication Communication is performed in ASCII code. (1) Block No., network No., PLC No., request destination module I/O No. and station No. Ignored in a microcomputer connection of the GOT. Specify "00".
  • Page 94 (7) Year, month, day, hour, minute, second and day of the week data Specifies year, month, day, hour, minute, second, and day of the week to be read/set to the GOT clock data. The address notated in decimal is converted to a 2-digit ASCII code (Hex) and transmitted from the upper digit. ■...
  • Page 95  Message format The following shows the message format of the dedicated commands for a microcomputer connection of GOT. (1) Read clock data (1901) command The following shows an example of reading the clock data of GOT. (Assuming that the clock data of GOT has been set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49, Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 Item...
  • Page 96 (From previous page) Item Message format Example: Format 7 (QnA compatible 4C frame (format 1)) Host Frame ID Network Request destination Request destination Station No. PLC No. module station No. Address No. module I/O No. Following – – Response message during faulty communication (GOT...
  • Page 97 (2) Set clock data (0901) command The following shows an example of setting the clock data of GOT. (Assuming the clock data of GOT is to be set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49 Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 After execution Item Message format Example: Format 7 (QnA compatible 4C frame (format 1))
  • Page 98 (From previous page) Item Message format Example: Format 7 (QnA compatible 4C frame (format 1)) Host Frame ID Network Request destination Request destination Station No. PLC No. Address No. module I/O No. module station No. Following – – Response message during faulty communication (GOT...
  • Page 99  Error code list The following shows error code, error contents, cause, and measures. Error code Description Action • Review the contents of the message to transmit. Command error • Check the commands in the message. 7E40 An unsupported command or sub-command was used. 2.5.2 List of commands) Data length error 7E41...
  • Page 100: Formats 11 To 13 (digital Electronics Corporation's Memory Link Method)

    2.5.6 Formats 11 to 13 (Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method)  Basic format of data communication This is the same format as the protocol of the Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method. For details of the basic format of data communication, refer to the following manual: The connection manual of the device manufactured by Digital Electronics Corporation This section describes items whose settings differ from the protocols of the Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method and dedicated commands for a microcomputer connection of GOT.
  • Page 101  Details of data items in message format POINT POINT POINT Data code during communication Communication is performed in ASCII code. (1) Command Specifies the contents to access from the host to GOT. The command is converted to a 1-digit ASCII code (Hex) and transmitted. For details of the commands that can be used, refer to the following.
  • Page 102  Message format The following shows the message format of the dedicated commands for a microcomputer connection of GOT. (1) Read clock data (N) command The following shows an example of reading the clock data of GOT. (Assuming that the clock data of GOT has been set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49, Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 Item...
  • Page 103 (From previous page) Item Message format Example: Format 13 (Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method (extended mode, ASCII code 1:n)) • Digital compatible signal (GS580 to GS583): OFF (Partly compatible) Com- Station No. Check mand Following This range Sum check Second Day-of- Year data...
  • Page 104 (2) Set clock data (M) command The following shows an example of setting the clock data of GOT. (Assuming the clock data of GOT is to be set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49 Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 After execution Item Message format Example: Format 13 (Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method (extended mode, ASCII code 1:n))
  • Page 105 (From previous page) Item Message format Example: Format 13 (Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method (extended mode, ASCII code 1:n)) Station No. Error code Response message during faulty communication (GOT host) The above is a case where the sum check error (06 ) has occurred.
  • Page 106 (3) In the case of interrupt inquiry The following shows an example of an interrupt inquiry when data are written to the interrupt output devices (D13 and D14). (Assuming that "3139 " is written to D13 and "AA55 " to D14.) Example: When the number of interrupt data bytes is 2 in format 11 3139 Interrupt...
  • Page 107 (From previous page) Item Message format Example: Format 13 (Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method (extended mode, ASCII code 1:n)) (1) When [Interrupt Data Byte] in "Communication Detail Settings" is set to "1 byte" Output Com- Station No. mand value 1 Check This range Sum check is performed.
  • Page 108  Error code list In the case of formats 12 and 13 (Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method (extended mode)), the details (error code) of the error are appended to the response message during faulty communication. The following shows error code, error contents, cause, and measures. Error code Description Action...
  • Page 109: Formats 14, 15 (got-f900 Series Microcomputer Connection)

    2.5.7 Formats 14, 15 (GOT-F900 Series microcomputer connection)  Basic format of data communication Item Message format (format 15: GOT-F900 Series microcomputer connection (format (format 14: GOT-F900 Series microcomputer connection (format (1) w/out station No. (1) w/out station No. Com- Com- Data Data...
  • Page 110  Details of data items in message format POINT POINT POINT Data code during communication Communication is performed in ASCII code. (excluding interrupt output) (1) Control codes Symbol ASCII code Description Start of Text (start marker of message frame) End of Text (end marker of message frame) End of Transmission Enquiry (start of enquiry) Negative ACK (error response)
  • Page 111 (7) Number of bytes Specifies the number of bytes of the device data to be batch read/written.(Setting range: 0 to FF The address notated in hexadecimal is converted to a 2-digit ASCII code (Hex) and transmitted from the upper digit. (8) Number of points Specifies the number of device data to be written to multiple points in bit units.(Setting range: 0 to 70) The address notated in decimal is converted to a 2-digit ASCII code (Hex) and transmitted from the upper digit.
  • Page 112  Message format (1) Batch read (0) command (w/out station No.), batch read (A) command (w/station No.) (a) When reading a word device The following shows an example of reading four bytes of virtual devices R100 to R101 from the GOT at station No.15.
  • Page 113 (b) When reading a bit device The following shows an example of reading four bytes of the virtual devices M0 to M31. (Assuming M0="1" and M31="1" are stored. M15 to 0 0001 M31 to 16 8000 Item Message format (format 14: GOT-F900 Series microcomputer connection (format 1)) Com- Number of Station No.
  • Page 114 (2) Batch write (1) command (w/out station No.), batch write (B) command (w/station No.) (a) When writing to a word device The following shows an example of writing "0064 " and "0065 " to virtual devices R100 and R101 on the GOT at station No.15.
  • Page 115 (b) When writing to a bit device The following shows an example of writing "1"s to virtual devices M0 and M31 on the GOT at station No.15. M15 to 0 0000 M15 to 0 0001 0000 8000 M31 to 16 M31 to 16 Before execution After execution...
  • Page 116 (3) Multi-point write in bit units (3) command (w/out station No.), multi-point write in bit units (D) command (w/ station No.) The following shows an example of turning OFF the virtual device M31 and turning ON the virtual device M2038 on the GOT at station No.31.
  • Page 117 The write specification specifies how the data of the specified address is changed in the bit pattern. Write Function Description Action example specification Original data 1010 Bits set to "1" by the bit pattern are turned ON. Bit pattern 1100 specification Result 1110...
  • Page 118 (4) Fill command (4) (w/out station No.), fill command (E) (w/station No.) The following shows an example of writing "16"s to virtual devices R50 to R100 on the GOT at station No.27. 0000 1616 0000 1616 R100 0000 R100 1616 Before execution After execution Item...
  • Page 119 (5) Read clock data (6) command (w/out station No.), read clock data (G) command (w/station No.) The following shows an example of reading the clock data of GOT at station No.27. (Assuming that the clock data of GOT has been set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49, Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 Item...
  • Page 120 (6) Set clock data (5) command (w/out station No.), set clock data (F) command (w/station No.) The following shows an example of setting clock data of GOT at station No.27. (Assuming the clock data of GOT is to be set to "2004, June 1, 18:46:49 Tuesday".) Time display 2004/06/01 18:46:49 After execution...
  • Page 121 (7) In the case of interrupt outputs The following shows an example of an interrupt output when data are written to the interrupt output devices (D13 and D14). (Assuming that "3139 " is written to D13 and "AA55 " to D14.) Example: When the number of interrupt data bytes is 2 3139 Interrupt...
  • Page 122  Error code list When faulty, the error code is stored in SD2. For details of error code stored in SD2, the error contents, cause and measures, refer to the following: 2.4.5 ■ Details and actions for errors (error codes) stored into SD2 When an error other than those to be stored in SD2 occurs, at faulty, only the NAK response is executed.
  • Page 123: Got Side Settings

    2.6 GOT Side Settings 2.6.1 Setting communication 2.6.2 Communication detail settings interface (Communication settings) Make the settings according to the usage environment.  Controller setting Set the channel of the equipment to be connected to the GOT. Item Description Range 4800bps, Set this item when change the 9600bps,...
  • Page 124 POINT POINT POINT (1) Special Interrupt Code The following shows the compatibility between the special interrupt codes and the event types. Special Interrupt Code Event type (Hex) Base Screen and Overlap Window Output when the screens are switched according to the change in the switching device values assigned to 1/2.
  • Page 125: System Configuration Examples

    2.7 System Configuration Examples The following shows a system configuration example in the case of the microcomputer connection (serial). (2) Monitor screen settings The following shows the monitor screen settings in this  System configuration system configuration example. The system configuration example illustrated below is (a) Common settings explained in this section.
  • Page 126 Numerical display (b) Monitor screen image Create the following screens by GT Designer3. Basic Settings Device/Style Base screen 1 Device Data Type Format Number Size Digits Unsigned BIN16 Signed Decimal Arbitrary Sample Screen 1 Touch switch Basic Settings Action Screen 2 Data Setting Action...
  • Page 127 Displays the send packet structure of the screen 1 batch switching  Outline of system operation write packet. The following describes the processing on the host Number of Command Address Data 1 (D20) points Check side, display/processing on the GOT side, and data transfer packets.
  • Page 128: Device Range That Can Be Set

    2.8 Device Range that Can Be Set The device ranges of controller that can be used for GOT are as follows. Note that the device ranges in the following tables are the maximum values that can be set in GT Designer3. The device specifications of controllers may differ depending on the models, even though belonging to the same series.
  • Page 129: Precautions

    2.9 Precautions  GOT clock control The settings of "time adjusting" or "time broadcast" made on the GOT will be disabled on the PLC. Use the dedicated commands to set or read out the clock data of microcomputer. 2 - 79 2.
  • Page 130 2 - 80 2. MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION (SERIAL) 2.9 Precautions...
  • Page 131: Microcomputer Connection (ethernet)

    MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION (ETHERNET) 3.1 Microcomputer connection (Ethernet) ....3 - 2 3.2 System Configuration ......3 - 2 3.3 Device Data Area .
  • Page 132: System Configuration

    MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION (ETHERNET) 3.1 Microcomputer connection (Ethernet) The "microcomputer connection (Ethernet)" is a function by which data can be written or read from a PC, microcomputer board, PLC, etc. (hereinafter referred to as "host") to virtual devices of the GOT after connecting the host to the GOT with the Ethernet.
  • Page 133: Device Data Area

    3.3 Device Data Area The following shows a list of virtual devices inside the GOT available in the microcomputer connection (Ethernet), and the address specification values for each data format. The address specification of the virtual devices differs depending on the data format. Address specification value Virtual device Device...
  • Page 134: D Devices

    3.3.1 D devices The D devices are word devices into which GOT communication errors, clock data or other information are stored. The user can also store data using the user area.  List of D devices The following lists the D devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). Address Description Set side...
  • Page 135 (From previous page) Address Description Set side Clock data (hour) – – Data of hours 00 to 23 stored as 2-digit BCD Unused Clock data (minute) – – Data of minutes 00 to 59 stored as 2-digit BCD Unused Clock data (second) System –...
  • Page 136 (From previous page) Address Description Set side Interrupt output When data are written to D13 and D14 from a GOT touch switch, for example, the data of D13 and D14 are *1*2 transmitted (interrupt output) to the host side. The data amount (number of bytes) to be interrupt-output is set at "Interrupt Data Byte" in "Communication Detail Settings".
  • Page 137  Differences in address specifications by data format The address specification of devices varies depending on the data format. The following shows the address specification values for each data format. Address specification value Address Format Format Format Format 1, 2 3, 4 6 to 9 8000...
  • Page 138: R Devices

    3.3.2 R devices The R devices are word devices into which user data are stored. All of these devices can be used as a user area.  List of R devices and differences in address specification by data format The following shows the R devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). The address specification values different depending on the data format are also given below.
  • Page 139: L Devices

    3.3.3 L devices The L devices are bit devices into which user data are stored. All of these devices can be used as a user area.  List of L devices and differences in address specification by data format The following shows the L devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). The address specification values different depending on the data format are also given below.
  • Page 140: M Devices

    3.3.4 M devices The M devices are bit devices into which user data are stored. All of these devices can be used as a user area.  List of M devices and differences in address specification by data format The following shows the M devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). The address specification values different depending on the data format are also given below.
  • Page 141: Sd Devices

    3.3.5 SD devices The SD devices are word devices into which GOT communication errors (error codes), clock data and other information are stored.  List of SD devices The following lists the SD devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). Address Description Set side 100ms counter (32bits)
  • Page 142 (From previous page) Address Description Set side Clock data (year) 4-digit year data is stored. Clock data (day of week) System Day-of-the-week data is stored. 0: Sunday 1: Monday 2: Tuesday 3: Wednesday 4: Thursday 5: Friday 6: Saturday ― SD10 to 15 Unused If a wrong day of the week is set by the clock data setting commands, the clock data will differ from the time displayed on the...
  • Page 143  Differences in address specifications by data format The address specification of devices varies depending on the data format. The following shows the address specification values for each data format. Address specification value Address Formats 1, 2 Formats 5 Formats 6 to 9 Formats 3, 4 2100 2100...
  • Page 144: Sm Devices

    3.3.6 SM devices The SM devices are bit devices into which interrupt outputs and clock data that turn ON/OFF at 1-second cycles.  List of SM devices The following shows the SM devices (virtual devices inside the GOT). Address Description Set side Interrupt output When the ON/OFF state of SM0 to 49 is changed by a touch switch on the GOT, for example, the interrupt...
  • Page 145  Differences in address specifications by data format The address specification of devices varies depending on the data format. The following shows the address specification values for each data format. Address Address specification value Format3, 4 Format Format Format When GS580.b8, When GS580.b8, 1, 2 6 to 9...
  • Page 146: Message Formats

    3.4 Message Formats This section describes the format of messages that can be used in the microcomputer connection (Ethernet). 3.4.1 Data format type and application  Data format type and application Communication is possible using any of the data formats shown below. (1) Formats 1, 2 (GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection) This is the same message format as when a microcomputer connection is established with the GOT-A900 series.
  • Page 147: List Of Commands

    3.4.2 List of commands The following shows the list of commands available in each data format.  List of commands for formats 1, 2 (GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection) Command Max. number of points Command name Description ASCII processed Symbol code Reads bit devices in 16-point units.
  • Page 148  List of commands for formats 5 (Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method) Command Max. number of points Command name Description ASCII processed Symbol code Reads bit devices in 16-point units. 64 words (1024 points) Batch read in word units Reads word devices in 1-point units.
  • Page 149: Formats 1, 2 (got-a900 Series Microcomputer Connection)

    3.4.3 Formats 1, 2 (GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection)  Basic format of data communication Item Message format Command Data Request message (host GOT) (1) During processing of read commands Data Response message during normal communication (2) During processing of write commands (GOT host) Error...
  • Page 150  Details of data items in message format POINT POINT POINT Data code during communication Communication of the format 1 is performed in ASCII code. (excluding interrupt output) Communication of the format 2 is performed in Binary code. (1) Control codes Symbol ASCII code Description...
  • Page 151  Message Formats (1) Batch read in word units (RD) command (a) When reading a word device The following shows an example of reading the two points of the virtual devices D100 and D101. (Assuming D100=0102 , D101=0304 are stored.) D100 0102 D101...
  • Page 152 (b) When reading a bit device The following shows an example of reading the two points of the virtual devices M0 to M31. (Assuming M0="1" and M31="1" are stored.) M15 to 0 0001 M31 to 6 8000 Item Message format (format 1: GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection (ASCII)) Number of Command...
  • Page 153 (2) Batch write in word units (WD) command (a) When writing to a word device The following shows as example of writing "0064 "and "0065 "to virtual devices D100 and D101. D100 0000 D100 0064 D101 0000 D101 0065 Before execution After execution Item Message format...
  • Page 154 (b) When writing to a bit device The following shows an example of writing "1"s to virtual devices M0 and M31. 0000 0001 M15 to 0 M15 to 0 M31 to 16 0000 M31 to 16 8000 Before execution After execution Item Message format (format 1: GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection (ASCII))
  • Page 155 (3) Random read in word units (RR) command The following shows an example of reading the two points of the virtual devices D100 and M0 to M15. (Assuming D100=0064 , M0=1are stored.) D100 0064 M15 to 0 0001 Item Message format (format 1: GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection (ASCII)) Command Address 1...
  • Page 156 (4) Random write in word units (RW) command The following shows an example of writing "0064 " and "1" to virtual devices D100 and M0, respectively. D100 0000 D100 0064 M15 to 0 0000 M15 to 0 0001 Before execution After execution Item Message format...
  • Page 157 (5) Read clock data (TR) command The following shows an example of reading the clock data of GOT. (Assuming that the clock data of GOT has been set to "2009, October 1, 18:46:49, Thursday".) Time display 2009/10/01 18:46:49 Item Message format Command Request message (host...
  • Page 158 (6) Set clock data (TS) command The following shows an example of setting the clock data of GOT. (Assuming the clock data of GOT is to be set to "2009, October 1, 18:46:49 Thursday".) Time display 2009/10/01 18:46:49 After execution Item Message format (format 1: GOT-A900 Series microcomputer connection (ASCII))
  • Page 159 (7) In the case of interrupt outputs The following shows an example of an interrupt output when data are written to the interrupt output devices (D13 and D14). (Assuming that "3139 " is written to D13 and "AA55 " to D14.) Example: When the number of interrupt data bytes is 2 3139 Interrupt...
  • Page 160  Error code list The error contents (error code) are appended to the response message during faulty communication. The following shows error code, error contents, cause, and measures. Error code Description Action • Review the contents of the message to transmit. Command error •...
  • Page 161: Formats 3, 4 (got-f900 Series Microcomputer Connection)

    3.4.4 Formats 3, 4 (GOT-F900 series microcomputer connection)  Basic format of data communication Item Message format (1) w/out station No. Com- Data mand Request message (host GOT) (2) w/station No. Com- Station No. Data mand (1) During processing of read commands Data Response message during normal...
  • Page 162  Details of data items in message format POINT POINT POINT Data code during communication Communication of the format 3 is performed in ASCII code. (excluding interrupt output) Communication of the format 4 is performed in Binary code. (1) Control codes Symbol ASCII code Description...
  • Page 163 (6) Write specification Specifies how to change the data of the specified address by bit pattern. (Setting range: 0 to 3) Data notated in decimal is converted to a 1-digit ASCII code (Hex) and transmitted. ■ Message format (3) Multi-point write in bit units (3) command (w/out station No.), multi-point write in bit units (D) command (w/ station No.) (7) Number of bytes Specifies the number of bytes of the device data to be batch read/written.
  • Page 164  Message format (1) Batch read (0) command (w/out station No.), batch read (A) command (w/station No.) (a) When reading a word device The following shows an example of reading four bytes of virtual devices R100 to R101 from the GOT at station No.15.
  • Page 165 (b) When reading a bit device The following shows an example of reading four bytes of the virtual devices M0 to M31. (Assuming M0="1" and M31="1" are stored.) M15 to 0 0001 M31 to 16 8000 Item Message format (format 3: GOT-F900 Series microcomputer connection (ASCII)) Com- Number of Station No.
  • Page 166 (2) Batch write (1) command (w/out station No.), batch write (B) command (w/station No.) (a) When writing to a word device The following shows an example of writing "3D21 " and "3604 " to virtual devices R100 and R101 on the GOT at station No.15.
  • Page 167 (b) When writing to a bit device The following shows an example of writing "1"s to virtual devices M0 and M31 on the GOT at station No.15. M15 to 0 0000 M15 to 0 0001 0000 8000 M31 to 16 M31 to 16 Before execution After execution...
  • Page 168 (3) Multi-point write in bit units (3) command (w/out station No.), multi-point write in bit units (D) command (w/ station No.) The following shows an example of turning OFF the virtual device M31 and turning ON the virtual device M2038 on the GOT at station No.31.
  • Page 169 The write specification specifies how the data of the specified address is changed in the bit pattern. Write Function Description Action example specification Original data 1010 Bits set to "1" by the bit pattern are turned ON. Bit pattern 1100 specification Result 1110...
  • Page 170 (4) Fill command (4) (w/out station No.), fill command (E) (w/station No.) The following shows an example of writing "16"s to virtual devices R50 to R100 on the GOT at station No.27. 0000 1616 0000 1616 R100 0000 R100 1616 Before execution After execution Item...
  • Page 171 (5) Read clock data (6) command (w/out station No.), read clock data (G) command (w/station No.) The following shows an example of reading the clock data of GOT at station No.27. (Assuming that the clock data of GOT has been set to "2009, October 1, 18:46:49, Thursday".) Time display 2009/10/01 18:46:49 Item...
  • Page 172 (6) Set clock data (5) command (w/out station No.), set clock data (F) command (w/station No.) The following shows an example of setting clock data of GOT at station No.27. (Assuming the clock data of GOT is to be set to "2009, October 1, 18:46:49 Thursday".) Time display 2009/10/01 18:46:49 After execution...
  • Page 173 (7) In the case of interrupt outputs The following shows an example of an interrupt output when data are written to the interrupt output devices (D13 and D14). (Assuming that "3139 " is written to D13 and "AA55 " to D14.) Example: When the number of interrupt data bytes is 2 3139 Interrupt...
  • Page 174  Error code list When faulty, the error code is stored in SD2. For details of error code stored in SD2, the error contents, cause and measures, refer to the following: 3.3.5 ■ Details and actions for errors (error codes) stored into SD2 When an error other than those to be stored in SD2 occurs, at faulty, only the NAK response is executed.
  • Page 175: Formats 5(digital Electronics Corporation's Memory Link Method)

    3.4.5 Formats 5(Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method)  Basic format of data communication This is the same format as the protocol of the Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method. For details of the basic format of data communication, refer to the following manual: The connection manual of the device manufactured by Digital Electronics Corporation This section describes items whose settings differ from the protocols of the Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method and dedicated commands for a microcomputer connection of GOT.
  • Page 176 POINT POINT POINT When connecting a microcomputer, etc. that uses the protocol of the Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method with the GOT When connecting a microcomputer, etc. that uses the protocol of the Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method with the GOT, correct the commands to be used and the device ranges to match the specifications of the GOT.
  • Page 177  Message Formats The following shows the message format of the dedicated commands for a microcomputer connection of GOT. (1) Batch read in word units (R) command The following shows an example of reading the two points of the virtual devices D100 and D101. (Assuming D100=0102 , D101=0304 are stored.)
  • Page 178 (3) In the case of interrupt outputs The following shows an example of an interrupt output when data are written to the interrupt output devices (D13). (Assuming that "31 " is written to D13.) Example: When the number of interrupt data bytes is 1 Interrupt Interrupt output Output...
  • Page 179  Error code list In the case of format 5 (Digital Electronics Corporation's memory link method), the details (error code) of the error are appended to the response message during faulty communication. The following shows error code, error contents, cause, and measures. Error code Description Action...
  • Page 180: Formats 6, 7 (4e Frame)

    3.4.6 Formats 6, 7 (4E frame)  Basic format of data communication This is the same message format as when communication is performed using the MC protocol (4E frame) of the Q/ QnA Series serial communication module. For details of the basic format of data communication, refer to the following manual: MELSEC-Q/L MELSEC Communication Protocol Reference Manual This section describes items whose settings differ from the MC protocol of the Q/QnA Series serial communication module, and the dedicated commands for a GOT microcomputer connection.
  • Page 181 The following table shows the contents of the data items. Contents Data item name Format 6 Format 7 Request type Indicates it is a command message. (Microcomputer Command message: ASCII "5400" (Fixed value) Command message: 54 (Upper digit) (Fixed value) side) Indicates it is a response message.
  • Page 182 (From previous page) Contents Data item name Format 6 Format 7 Specifies the head No. of the device data to be read/written. For details of the device range that can be accessed, refer to the following. 3.3 Device Data Area Head device Transmit the data notated in decimal converted to a 6-digit Transmit the data converted to a 6-digit binary code from the lower...
  • Page 183  Message format The following shows the message format of the dedicated commands for a microcomputer connection of GOT. (1) Read clock data (1901) command The following shows an example of reading the clock data of GOT. (Assuming that the clock data of GOT has been set to "2009, October 1, 18:46:49, Thursday".) Time display 2009/10/01 18:46:49 Item...
  • Page 184 (From previous page) Item Message format (format 6:4E frame (ASCII)) Network Response type Serial No. Fixed value PLC No. Following – – – – – – Request destination Request destination Response data length End code module I/O No. module station No. –...
  • Page 185 (From previous page) Item Message format (format 6:4E frame (ASCII)) Network PLC No. Response type Serial No. Fixed value Following – – – – – – Request destination Request destination Response data length End code module I/O No. module station No. –...
  • Page 186 (2) Set clock data (0901) command The following shows an example of setting the clock data of GOT. (Assuming the clock data of GOT is to be set to "2009, October 1, 18:46:49 Thursday".) Time display 2009/10/01 18:46:49 After execution Item Message format (format 6:4E frame (ASCII))
  • Page 187 (From previous page) Item Message format (format 6:4E frame (ASCII)) Network PLC No. Response type Serial No. Fixed value Following – – – – – – Request destination Request destination Response message Response data length End code module I/O No. module station No.
  • Page 188 (From previous page) Item Message format (format 6:4E frame (ASCII)) Network Response type Serial No. Fixed value PLC No. Following – – – – – – Request destination Request destination Response data length End code module I/O No. module station No. –...
  • Page 189  Error code list The following shows error code, error contents, cause, and measures. Error code Description Action • Check the specified head device and number of points, and correct it. Device point error 0002 The specification of device range to read/write has error. 3.3 Device Data Area) Request (command)/Response (response) type code error •...
  • Page 190: Formats 8, 9 (qna Compatible 3e Frame)

    3.4.7 Formats 8, 9 (QnA compatible 3E frame)  Basic format of data communication This is the same message format as when communication is performed using the MC protocol (QnA compatible 3E frame) of the Q/QnA Series serial communication module. For details of the basic format of data communication, refer to the following manual: MELSEC-Q/L MELSEC Communication Protocol Reference Manual This section describes items whose settings differ from the MC protocol of the Q/QnA Series serial communication...
  • Page 191 The following table shows the contents of the data items. Contents Data item name Format 8 Format 9 Subheader Indicates it is a command message. (Microcomputer Command message: ASCII "5000" (Fixed value) Command message: 50 (Upper digit) (Fixed value) side) Indicates it is a response message.
  • Page 192 (From previous page) Contents Data item name Format 8 Format 9 Specifies the number of device data to be read/written. (Setting range: 1 to 40 <When using random read/write command> When setting multiple bit accesses, word accesses or double word accesses, limit the total number of access points to within 64 points. <When using multiple block batch read/write commands>...
  • Page 193  Message format The following shows the message format of the dedicated commands for a microcomputer connection of GOT. (1) Read clock data (1901) command The following shows an example of reading the clock data of GOT. (Assuming that the clock data of GOT has been set to "2009, October 1, 18:46:49, Thursday".) Time display 2009/10/01 18:46:49 Item...
  • Page 194 (From previous page) Item Message format (format 8:QnA compatible 3E frame (ASCII)) Request Network Request destination destination PLC No. Subheader Response data length module I/O No. module station No. Following – – – – – – Character B section Second Day-of- Year data Month data...
  • Page 195 (From previous page) Item Message format (format 8:QnA compatible 3E frame (ASCII)) Request Network Request destination destination PLC No. Response data length Subheader module I/O No. module station No. Following – – – – – – Request Network Request destination destination End code PLC No.
  • Page 196 (2) Set clock data (0901) command The following shows an example of setting the clock data of GOT. (Assuming the clock data of GOT is to be set to "2009, October 1, 18:46:49 Thursday".) Time display 2009/10/01 18:46:49 After execution Item Message format (format 8:QnA compatible 3E frame (ASCII))
  • Page 197 (From previous page) Item Message format (format 8:QnA compatible 3E frame (ASCII)) Request Network Request destination PLC No. destination Subheader module I/O No. module station No. Following – – – – Response data length End code Response message during normal communication –...
  • Page 198 (From previous page) Item Message format (format 8:QnA compatible 3E frame (ASCII)) Request Network Request destination destination PLC No. Response data length Subheader module I/O No. module station No. Following – – – – – – Request Request destination Network destination End code PLC No.
  • Page 199: Got Side Settings

    3.5 GOT Side Settings 3.5.1 Setting communication 3.5.2 Communication detail settings interface (Communication settings) Make the settings according to the usage environment. Set the channel of the equipment to be connected to the GOT. Item Description Range Set the network No. of the GOT NET No.
  • Page 200: Got Ethernet Settings

    For details on the Utility, refer to the following 1024 to 5010. manual. 5014 to Set the GOT port No. for the 65534 GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) transparent function. (Except for Transparent Port No. (Default: 5014) 5011, 5012, (2) Precedence in communication settings...
  • Page 201: System Configuration Examples

    3.6 System Configuration Examples The following shows a system configuration example in the case of the microcomputer connection (Ethernet).  System configuration The system configuration example illustrated below is explained in this section. IBM-PC/AT-compatible PC ® ® (Microsoft Visual C++ Ver.6.0) ...
  • Page 202: Device Range That Can Be Set

    3.7 Device Range that Can Be Set The device ranges of controller that can be used for GOT are as follows. Note that the device ranges in the following tables are the maximum values that can be set in GT Designer3. The device specifications of controllers may differ depending on the models, even though belonging to the same series.
  • Page 203: Precautions

    3.8 Precautions  GOT clock control The settings of "time adjusting" or "time broadcast" made on the GOT will be disabled on the PLC. Use the dedicated commands to set or read out the clock data of microcomputer.  UDP/IP connection When the commands are sent from multiple controllers simultaneously, the GOT may not receive all the commands.
  • Page 204 3 - 74 3. MICROCOMPUTER CONNECTION (ETHERNET) 3.8 Precautions...
  • Page 205: Modbus Connections

    MODBUS CONNECTIONS MODBUS(R)/RTU CONNECTION ....4 - 1 MODBUS(R)/TCP CONNECTION ....5 - 1...
  • Page 207 MODBUS(R)/RTU CONNECTION 4.1 Connectable Model List ......4 - 2 4.2 System Configuration ......4 - 3 4.3 Connection Diagram .
  • Page 208: Connectable Model List

    Thus, the GOT can be connected with each MODBUS slave. ® For applicable MODBUS /RTU equipment, refer to the following Technical News. List of Valid Devices Applicable for GOT2000 Series with MODBUS Connection (GOT-A-0037) 4 - 2 4. MODBUS(R)/RTU CONNECTION 4.1 Connectable Model List...
  • Page 209: System Configuration

    /RTU equipment side is prioritized. Product manufactured by MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED. For details of the product, contact MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED. ® When it is less than 31 units, the number of the maximum connectable units on the MODBUS /RTU equipment side will apply.
  • Page 210: Connection Diagram

    4.3 Connection Diagram The following diagram shows the connection between the GOT and the PLC. 4.3.1 RS-232 cable  Connection diagram (1) RS-232 connection diagram 1) GOT side MODBUS equipment side RD(RXD) SD(TXD) ER(DTR) DR(DSR) RS(RTS) CS(CTS) ® Some MODBUS /RTU equipment require the control line (CS, RS, etc.) to be controlled.
  • Page 211: Rs-422/485 Cable

    4.3.2 RS-422/485 cable The following shows the connection diagrams and connector specifications of the RS-422/485 cable used for connecting the GOT to a PLC. (1) RS-422/485 cable 1) (2 pair wiring) *1*2*4 *1*2*4 ® ® CON side(20 pin) MODBUS /RTU equipment side MODBUS /RTU equipment side SDA1(TXD1+) *5...
  • Page 212: Connection Diagram

    (2) RS-422/485 cable 1) (1 pair wiring) ® *1*2*4 ® *1*2*4 CON side(20 pin) MODBUS /RTU equipment side MODBUS /RTU equipment side SDA1(TXD1+) *5 SDB1(TXD1-) *5 RDA1(RXD1+) RDB1(RXD1-) SDA2(TXD2+) SDB2(TXD2-) RDA2(RXD2+) RDB2(RXD2-) RSA(RTS+) RSB(RTS-) CSA(CTS+) CSB(CTS-) ® The actual terminal layout on the MODBUS /RTU equipment may differ from the example shown above.
  • Page 213: System Configuration

    (4) RS-422/485 connection diagram 3) ® *1*2*4 ® *1*2*4 MODBUS /RTU equipment side MODBUS /RTU equipment side GOT side (terminal block) (1st) (2nd) SDA1 SDB1 RDA1 RDB1 SDA2 SDB2 RDA2 RDB2 ® The actual terminal layout on the MODBUS /RTU equipment may differ from the example shown above. SDA/B(+/-) and RDA/ ®...
  • Page 214: Got Side Settings

    4.4 GOT Side Settings 4.4.1 Setting communication 4.4.2 Communication detail settings interface (Communication Make the settings according to the usage environment. settings) Set the channel of the equipment to be connected to the GOT. Item Description Range Set this item when change the 9600bps, transmission speed used for 19200bps,...
  • Page 215 [Communication Settings] of project data. For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (2) Precedence in communication settings When settings are made by GT Designer3 or the Utility, the latest setting is effective.
  • Page 216: Modbus(r)/rtu Equipment Side Setting

    4.5 MODBUS(R)/RTU Equipment Side Setting  Function Code POINT POINT POINT The GOT supports the following function codes. ® MODBUS /RTU equipment Number of device ® For details of the MODBUS /RTU equipment, refer to that is accessible ® the manual of MODBUS /RTU equipment to be used.
  • Page 217   Address MODBUS communication control function on the GS device GT Designer3 converts the device numbers into decimal format according to the address map of the (1) Function overview ® MODBUS /RTU equipment to be used. This function is to prevent the communication response The table below shows the representations on the delay that occurs because the devices on the ®...
  • Page 218 (a) When sharing communication settings between multiple channel numbers The table below shows the settings for the GS device. GS device Description Set value Bit0: Using Function Code "0F" Not using Function Code "0F" GS570 Command selection Bit1: Using Function Code "10" Not using Function Code "10"...
  • Page 219: Station Number Setting

    4.5.2 Station number setting ® In the MODBUS network, a maximum of 31 MODBUS RTU equipment can be connected to one GOT. Assign a non-overlapped station number ranging from 1 to ® 247 arbitrarily to each MODBUS /RTU equipment. ® In the system configuration, the MODBUS /RTU equipment with the station number set with the host...
  • Page 220 4 - 14 4. MODBUS(R)/RTU CONNECTION 4.6 Precautions...
  • Page 221: Modbus(r)/tcp Connection

    MODBUS(R)/TCP CONNECTION 5.1 Connectable Model List ......5 - 2 5.2 System Configuration ......5 - 3 5.3 GOT Side Settings .
  • Page 222: Connectable Model List

    Thus, the GOT can be connected with each MODBUS /TCP slave. ® For applicable MODBUS /TCP equipment, refer to the following Technical News. List of Valid Devices Applicable for GOT2000 Series with MODBUS Connection (GOT-A-0037) 5 - 2 5. MODBUS(R)/TCP CONNECTION 5.1 Connectable Model List...
  • Page 223: System Configuration

    5.2 System Configuration 5.2.1 Connecting to MODBUS(R)/TCP equipment MODBUS ® /TCP equipment Connection cable Connection cable Connection cable Connection cable Commun External Number of connectable Maximum Maximum Controller ication Option device equipment segment segment Cable model Cable model Type device model length length...
  • Page 224: Got Side Settings

    5.3 GOT Side Settings 5.3.1 Setting communication 5.3.2 Communication detail settings interface (Communication settings) Make the settings according to the usage environment. Set the channel of the equipment to be connected to the GOT. Item Description Range Set the network No. of the GOT. GOT Net No.
  • Page 225: Got Ethernet Setting

    Utility's [Communication setting] after writing [Communication Settings] of project data. For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Item Description Range Set the IP address of the GOT. 0.0.0.0 to...
  • Page 226: Ethernet Setting

    POINT POINT Changing the host with GOT module The host can be changed by the GOT module Utility. For details of settings, refer to the following. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Item Description Range The host is displayed.(The host is ―...
  • Page 227: Modbus(r)/tcp Equipment Setting

    5.4 MODBUS(R)/TCP Equipment Setting ® ® For details of the MODBUS /TCP equipment, refer to the manual of MODBUS /RTU equipment to be used. 5.5 Device Range that Can Be Set The device ranges of controller that can be used for GOT are as follows. Note that the device ranges in the following tables are the maximum values that can be set in GT Designer3.
  • Page 228 Device No. Device name Setting range representation Coils (0) 000001 065536 Decimal 100001 165536 Discretes input (1) 300001 365536 Input registers (3) Holding registers (4) 400001 465536 Decimal File No.: 0 to104 Extension file register (6) 600000 609999 Only reading is possible. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 229  MODBUS communication control function on the GS device (1) Function overview This function is to prevent the communication response delay that occurs because the devices on the MODBUS network differ from each other in network specification. This function is effective for the MODBUS network conditions as described below: When only a part of function codes is supported (Example: "0F"...
  • Page 230 (a) When sharing communication settings between multiple channel numbers The table below shows the settings for the GS device. GS device Description Set value Bit0: 0 Using Function Code "0F" Not using Function Code "0F" GS570 Command selection Bit1: 0 Using Function Code "10"...
  • Page 231: Example Of Connection

    5.6 Example of Connection 5.6.1 Connecting to SCHNEIDER PLC (Modicon Premium series and Modicon Quantum series)  System Configuration Communication driver MODBUS/TCP SCHNEIDER Ethernet module Connection cable Connection cable Connection cable Connection cable Communi Number of Ethernet External controller cation connectable Max.
  • Page 232 (1) Parameter settings Set the parameter settings with programming software for SCHNEIDER PLC. (a) For Modicon Premium series Set for PL7 Pro programming software. Item Set value Processors Connected CPU module Memory cards Memory card to be used Module Connected Ethernet module IP Address IP address for Ethernet module Setting for device points...
  • Page 233: Connecting To Yokogawa Plc (stardom)

    5.6.2 Connecting to YOKOGAWA PLC (STARDOM)  System Configuration Communication driver MODBUS/TCP YOKOGAWA Connection cable Connection cable Connection cable Connection cable Number of Communic External controller connectable Max. Max. ation Type device Option device Cable model Cable model equipment Model distance distance Twisted pair cable...
  • Page 234 (1) Modbus Communication Portfolio License To set the communication settings for STARDOM, an installation of Modbus Communication Portfolio License is required. For details of the communication settings, refer to the following manual. STARDOM FCN/FCJ Guide (2) Defining Logic POU Define Logic POU using Logic Designer (peripheral software), and download the project to STARDOM. (a) Start Logic Designer and create a new project using a template.
  • Page 235 (e) Set devices to be monitored by a GOT. • Right-click the [ComEServerModbus*] file in the [ComEServerModbus*] folder in the logic POU under the project tree and select [Insert] - [Cord worksheet]. • Set the variable devices to be monitored. Instantiate Logic POU.Define an already defined instance to Task0.
  • Page 236: Precautions

    5.7 Precautions The following actions may improve the communication  When connecting to multiple GOTs performance. • Using a switching hub (1) Setting PLC No. • More high speed by 100BASE-TX (100Mbps) ® When connecting two or more GOTs in the MODBUS •...
  • Page 237: Connections To Peripheral Equipment

    CONNECTIONS TO PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTION TO SOUND OUTPUT UNIT ... . 6 - 1 CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL I/O DEVICE ... . 7 - 1 BAR CODE READER CONNECTION .
  • Page 239: Connection To Sound Output Unit

    CONNECTION TO SOUND OUTPUT UNIT 6.1 Connectable Model List ......6 - 2 6.2 System Configuration .
  • Page 240: Connectable Model List

    CONNECTION TO SOUND OUTPUT UNIT 6.1 Connectable Model List For applicable speakers, refer to the following Technical News. List of valid devices applicable for GOT2000 series (GOT-A-0064) 6.2 System Configuration 6.2.1 Connecting to sound output unit Communication driver Extended function OS...
  • Page 241: Got Side Settings

    Select [Common] [Controller Setting] from the manual. menu. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) The Controller Setting window is displayed. Select the (2) Precedence in communication settings channel to be used from the list menu. When settings are made by GT Designer3 or the Utility, the latest setting is effective.
  • Page 242: Precautions

    6.4 Precautions  Sound output function setting on GT Designer3 Before connecting the sound output unit, make the sound output file setting. For details, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help 6 - 4 6. CONNECTION TO SOUND OUTPUT UNIT 6.4 Precautions...
  • Page 243: Precautions

    CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL I/O DEVICE 7.1 Connectable Model List ......7 - 2 7.2 System Configuration .
  • Page 244: Connectable Model List

    CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL I/O DEVICE 7.1 Connectable Model List The following table shows the connectable models. Series Clock Connectable GOT Refer to External I/O device 7.2.1 Varies with the connected type. 7 - 2 7. CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL I/O DEVICE 7.1 Connectable Model List...
  • Page 245: System Configuration

    7.2 System Configuration 7.2.1 Connecting to the external I/O device  When inputting and outputting Extended function OS General input device (Push button,etc.) External I/O /Operation panel Operation panel Connector/terminal block convertor Connection cable 1) module Connection cable 2) General output device Connection cable 1) (Lamp, relay) DC power supply...
  • Page 246  When only inputting Extended function OS External I/O /Operation panel Operation panel Connection cable DC power supply External device Connection cable Name Connection diagram number Connection diagram number Option device Model GT15-DIO Connection diagram 8) Connection diagram 7) Operation panel GT15-DIOR Connection diagram 10) Connection diagram 9)
  • Page 247: Connection Diagram

    7.3 Connection Diagram 7.3.1 Connection cable between  external I/O unit and For GT15-DIOR connector/terminal block Connection diagram 2) converter module External I/O unit side Terminal block converter side XD00 XD00 XD01 XD01 The connection cable between the external I/O unit and the XD02 XD02 connector/terminal block converter module must be...
  • Page 248 Name Model name Manufacturer PCR-E50FS+ (GT15-DIO) Connector PCS-E50FS+ Honda Tsushin Kogyo (GT15-DIOR) Co., Ltd. Connector PCS-E50LA cover Connector Mitsubishi Electric A6CON1 (with a cover) Corporation Connector FCN-361J040-AU FUJITSU Connector COMPONENT LIMITED FCN-360C040-B cover UL 2464 AWG28 or Cable equivalent ...
  • Page 249: Connection Diagram Between Connector/terminal Block Converter Module And User-created Original Operation Panel

    7.3.2 Connection diagram between connector/terminal block converter module and user-created original operation panel The connection cable among the original operation panel, the connector/terminal block converter module and the general output device must be prepared by the user referring to the followings. ...
  • Page 250 Connection diagram 4) When using A6TBY54-E connector/terminal block module User-created original operation panel XD00 XD01 XD02 XD03 XD04 XD05 XD06 XD07 XSCN07 XSCN06 XSCN05 XSCN04 XSCN03 XSCN02 XSCN01 XSCN00 XD00 XD01 XD02 XD03 XD04 XD05 XD06 XD07 XSCN0 XSCN1 XSCN2 XSCN3 XSCN4 XSCN5...
  • Page 251  For GT15-DIOR Connection diagram 5) When using A6TBY36-E connector/terminal block module User-created original operation panel XD00 XD01 XD02 XD03 XD04 XD05 XD06 XD07 XSCN07 XSCN06 XSCN05 XSCN04 XSCN03 XSCN02 XSCN01 XSCN00 XD00 XD01 XD02 XD03 XD04 XD05 XD06 XD07 XSCN0 XSCN1 XSCN2...
  • Page 252 Connection diagram 6) When using A6TBY54-E connector/terminal block module User-created original operation panel XD00 XD01 XD02 XD03 XD04 XD05 XD06 XD07 XSCN07 XSCN06 XSCN05 XSCN04 XSCN03 XSCN02 XSCN01 XSCN00 XD00 XD01 XD02 XD03 XD04 XD05 XD06 XD07 XSCN0 XSCN1 XSCN2 XSCN3 XSCN4 XSCN5...
  • Page 253: Connection Cable Between External I/o Unit And Operation Panel

    7.3.3 Connection cable between Connection diagram 8) external I/O unit and operation For 16-point input panel XD00 XD01 XD02 XD03 The connection cable between the external I/O unit and the XD04 operation panel must be prepared by the user referring to XD05 the followings.
  • Page 254 Connection diagram 10)  For GT15-DIOR For 16-point input Connection diagram 9) XD00 External I/O unit side Original operation panel XD01 XD02 XD00 XD00 XD03 XD01 XD01 XD04 XD02 XD02 XD05 XD06 XD03 XD03 XD07 XD04 XD04 XD08 XD05 XD05 XD09 XD06 XD06...
  • Page 255  Connector specifications 24VDC power supply Any connector 1) 2) 4) selected by the user Name Model name Manufacturer PCR-E50FS+ (GT15-DIO) Connector PCS-E50FS+ Honda Tsushin Kogyo (GT15-DIOR) Co., Ltd. Connector PCS-E50LA cover UL 2464 AWG28 or ─── Cable equivalent Cable for connecting an UL 1007 AWG24 or ───...
  • Page 256: Got Side Settings

    For details on the Utility, refer to the following The settings of connecting equipment can be set and manual. confirmed in [I/F Communication Setting]. For details, GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) refer to the following. (2) Precedence in communication settings 1.1.2 I/F communication setting When settings are made by GT Designer3 or the Utility, the latest setting is effective.
  • Page 257: Precautions

    7.5 Precautions  External I/O function setting on GT Designer3 Before using the operation panel, make the operation panel setting. For details, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help 7 - 15 7. CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL I/O DEVICE 7.5 Precautions...
  • Page 258 7 - 16 7. CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL I/O DEVICE 7.5 Precautions...
  • Page 259 BAR CODE READER CONNECTION 8.1 Connectable Model List ......8 - 2 8.2 System Configuration ......8 - 2 8.3 GOT Side Settings .
  • Page 260: Connecting To Bar Code Reader

    BAR CODE READER CONNECTION 8.1 Connectable Model List For connectable bar code readers and system equipment, refer to the following Technical News. List of valid devices applicable for GOT2000 series (GOT-A-0064) 8.2 System Configuration 8.2.1 Connecting to bar code reader...
  • Page 261: Communication Detail Settings

    8.3 GOT Side Settings 8.3.1 Setting communication  Bar code reader setting interface  Controller setting Set the channel of the equipment to be connected to the GOT. Click! Select [Common] [Peripheral Setting] [Bar Code] from the menu. Set the interface to which the bar code reader is connected.
  • Page 262 [Communication Settings] of project data. For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (2) Precedence in communication settings When settings are made by GT Designer3 or the Utility, the latest setting is effective.
  • Page 263: System Configuration Examples

    8.4 System Configuration Examples A system configuration example for bar code reader connection is shown below.  Bar code reader setting  System configuration The bar code reader shall be configured as shown below. Read data "123456789" Item Set value Read bytes ) (09 Transmission Speed...
  • Page 264   Setting of [Bar Code] of GT Designer3 Confirmation on PLC side Connect GX Developer to the QCPU (Q-mode) and check if the data, which has been read with the bar code reader, are written in D0 to D5. For the GX Developer operation method, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 265: Precautions

    8.5 Precautions  Bar code function setting on GT Designer3 Before connecting the bar code reader, make the bar code function and system data settings. For details, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help  Controller setting When using the barcode reader, which requires the power supply from the GOT, set Channel No.
  • Page 266 8 - 8 8. BAR CODE READER CONNECTION 8.5 Precautions...
  • Page 267 PC REMOTE CONNECTION 9.1 Connectable Model List ......9 - 2 9.2 Serial Connection....... . . 9 - 3 9.3 Ethernet Connection .
  • Page 268: Connectable Model List

    PC REMOTE CONNECTION 9.1 Connectable Model List The RGB display is used for the remote personal computer operation connection. The following GOT models support the remote personal computer operation connection. Connection type GOT model Serial connection Ethernet connection 9 - 2 9.
  • Page 269: Serial Connection

    9.2 Serial Connection 9.2.1 System Configuration Communication driver Extended function OS Extended function OS PC remote operation Connection type Video/RGB input (serial) dependent Connection cable 1) Connection cable 2) Varies according to the connection type. Connection cable 1) Number of Personal computer connectable Max.
  • Page 270: Connection Diagram

    9.2.2 Connection Diagram  Analog RGB cable When using a 3m or longer RS-232 cable for connecting a (1) Connection diagram GOT to a personal computer, the cable must be prepared Analog RGB connection diagram 1) by the user. 75 drohmcoaxial The following shows each cable connection diagram.
  • Page 271: Got Side Settings

    Make the settings according to the usage For details on the Utility, refer to the following environment. manual. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Click the [OK] button when settings are completed. (3) Precedence in communication settings When settings are made by GT Designer3 or the Utility, the latest setting is effective.
  • Page 272   Settings for the remote personal computer Settings for the video/RGB equipment operation Click! Click! Select [Common] [Peripheral Setting] Select [Common] [Peripheral Setting] [Video/ Remote Operation] from the menu. RGB Input] from the menu. Set the interface to which the personal computer is Set the interface to which the video/RGB equipment is connected for the [Connecting I/F] of [PC Remote connected.
  • Page 273: Installing And Setting Up Computer Remote Operation Driver

    9.2.5 Installing and setting up computer remote operation driver. Install and set up the remote personal computer operation driver to the personal computer. For installing and setting up the remote personal computer operation driver, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help 9.2.6 Precautions ...
  • Page 274: Ethernet Connection

    9.3 Ethernet Connection 9.3.1 System Configuration Communication driver Communication driver Extended function OS PC remote operation Connection type Ethernet system (Ethernet) dependent Connection cable Varies according to the connection type. Maximum Number of *1*2 segment Personal computer connectable Connection cable Option device Model equipment...
  • Page 275: Got Side Settings

    9.3.2 GOT Side Settings  Settings for the PC remote operation  Setting communication interface (Communication settings) Set the channel of the equipment to be connected to the GOT. Click! Select [Common] [Peripheral Setting] Remote Operation] from the menu. Click! Set [Connecting I/F] of [PC Remote Operation] to [Disconnect].
  • Page 276 9 - 10 9. PC REMOTE CONNECTION 9.3 Ethernet Connection...
  • Page 277 VNC(R) SERVER CONNECTION 10.1 Connectable Model List ......10 - 2 10.2 System Configuration ......10 - 2 10.3 GOT Side Settings .
  • Page 278 10. VNC(R) SERVER CONNECTION 10.1 Connectable Model List ® ® The VNC server can be connected to the following VNC client. Software Ultra VNC 10.2 System Configuration Extended function OS Communication driver Communication driver Connection type VNC Server Ethernet system dependent (VNC server) (VNC client)
  • Page 279: Vnc(r) Server Function Setting

    HINT HINT HINT System configuration between the GOT and PLC For the system configuration between the GOT and PLC, refer to each chapter. Mitsubishi Products Non-Mitsubishi Products 1, Non-Mitsubishi Products 2 Microcomputer, MODBUS Products, Peripherals 10.3 GOT Side Settings 10.3.1 VNC(R) server function setting 10.3.2 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)
  • Page 280: Setting In Personal Computer

    POINT POINT POINT Ethernet-based driver ® For using the VNC server, any of the following Ethernet communication drivers must be set on the GOT. • Ethernet (MELSEC), Q17nNC, CRnD-700, Gateway • Ethernet (FX), Gateway • Ethernet (OMRON), Gateway • Ethernet (KEYENCE), Gateway •...
  • Page 281 VIDEO/RGB CONNECTION 11.1 Connectable Model List ......11 - 2 11.2 System Configuration ......11 - 3 11.3 Connection Diagram .
  • Page 282: Connectable Model List

    The following GOT models support the Video/RGB connection. GOT model For the type of the video camera that can be connected, refer to the following Technical News. List of valid devices applicable for GOT2000 series (GOT-A-0064) 11 - 2 11. VIDEO/RGB CONNECTION...
  • Page 283: System Configuration

    11.2 System Configuration 11.2.1 Displaying video image on GOT Extended function OS Video/RGB equipment including video cameras, vision sensors, and personal computers Video/RGB input Connection cable Connection cable Number of Cable model Signal type Video/RGB equipment connectable Connection diagram Option device Model equipment number...
  • Page 284 POINT POINT POINT (1) Power supply of video camera Depending on the video camera type, noises from the power supply cable of the camera may cause a malfunction on the PLC or the GOT.In this case, apply the following line filter to the power line of the camera. Recommended line filter: TDK ZHC2203-11 (or equivalent) (2) Power supply of vision sensor If a video camera is used via a vision sensor, a power supply module may be required depending on the vision...
  • Page 285: Displaying Got Screen On External Monitor

    11.2.2 Displaying GOT screen on external monitor Extended function OS External monitor Video/RGB input Connection cable External monitor Connection cable Number of Signal Distance connectable type Model name Model name Option device Model equipment For connectable external monitor types, refer to the GT15-C50VG(5m) following Technical News.
  • Page 286: Connection Diagram

    11.3 Connection Diagram The coaxial cable/analog RGB cable to connect the GOT to the Video/RGB equipment must be prepared by the user. The following shows each cable connection diagram and HINT HINT HINT relevant connectors. When the coaxial cable is long 11.3.1 Coaxial cable When the coaxial cable is long, video signals are...
  • Page 287  Precautions when preparing a cable (1) Cable length The cable length differs depending on the specification of the vision sensor/PC to be used. Create a cable under the specifications of the vision sensor/PC. (2) GOT side connector Use the following as the video/RGB input unit, RGB input unit, and RGB output unit connectors.
  • Page 288: Got Side Settings

    For details on the Utility, refer to the following Make the settings according to the usage manual. environment. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (2) Precedence in communication settings When settings are made by GT Designer3 or the Click the [OK] button when settings are completed.
  • Page 289: Precautions

    11.4.3 Setting the video/RGB function  Settings for the video/RGB equipment Set the video/RGB function. For the video/RGB function setting, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help Click! Select [Common] [Peripheral Setting] [Video/ RGB Input] from the menu. Set the interface to which the video/RGB equipment is connected.
  • Page 290 11 - 10 11. VIDEO/RGB CONNECTION 11.5 Precautions...
  • Page 291 PRINTER CONNECTION 12.1 Connectable Model List ......12 - 2 12.2 System Configuration ......12 - 2 12.3 GOT Side Settings .
  • Page 292: Connecting To Pictbridge Compatible Printer

    For the system configuration between the GOT and PLC, refer to each chapter. GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Product) For GT Works3 Version1 GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non Mitsubishi Product 1) For GT Works3 Version1 GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non Mitsubishi Product 2) For GT Works3 Version1...
  • Page 293: Connecting To Serial Printer

    For the system configuration between the GOT and PLC, refer to each chapter. GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Product) For GT Works3 Version1 GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non Mitsubishi Product 1) For GT Works3 Version1 GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non Mitsubishi Product 2) For GT Works3 Version1...
  • Page 294 12.3 GOT Side Settings 12.3.1 Setting communication  interface Printer setting  Controller setting Set the channel of the equipment to be connected to the GOT. Click! Select [Common] [Peripheral Setting] [Printer] from the menu. Select the printer type. Set the interface to which the printer is connected. When Serial is selected in Printer type, clicking the detail setting button displays the Communication Detail Settings dialog box for the communication...
  • Page 295 [Communication Settings] of project data. For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (2) Precedence in communication settings When settings are made by GT Designer3 or the Utility, the latest setting is effective.
  • Page 296 12.4 Precautions  Connection/disconnection of USB cable during print operation When the USB cable is disconnected during print operation, the printer hangs up depending on the model of PictBridge compatible printer. In this case, turn on the main power of the printer and then restart it. ...
  • Page 297 MULTIMEDIA CONNECTION 13.1 Connectable Model List ......13 - 2 13.2 System Configuration ......13 - 2 13.3 Connection Diagram .
  • Page 298: Connectable Model List

    13. MULTIMEDIA CONNECTION 13.1 Connectable Model List For the type of CF card that can be inserted or connectable video camera types, refer to the following Technical News. List of valid devices applicable for GOT2000 series (GOT-D-0064) POINT POINT POINT Before making the multimedia connection Update the software version of the multimedia unit to the latest version.
  • Page 299: Sending Video Image To Personal Computer

    For the CF card to be inserted into the multimedia unit, refer to the following. • Type of CF card that can be inserted List of valid devices applicable for GOT2000 series (GOT-D-0064) • Precautions for using the CF card 13.4 GOT Side Settings...
  • Page 300: Connection Diagram

    13.3 Connection Diagram The coaxial cable used for connecting the GOT to a video camera should be prepared by the user. The following shows each cable connection diagram. HINT HINT HINT 13.3.1 Coaxial cable When the coaxial cable is long When the coaxial cable is long, video signals are attenuated by the cable.
  • Page 301: Got Side Settings

    13.4 GOT Side Settings 13.4.1 Setting communication  interface Multimedia setting  Controller setting Set the channel of the equipment to be connected to the GOT. Click! Click! Select [Common] [Controller Setting] from the menu. Select [Common] [Peripheral Setting] [Multimedia] from the menu. The Controller Setting window is displayed.
  • Page 302: Communication Detail Settings

    Network settings with the utility The network setting can be changed on the Utility's [Communication setting] after writing [Communication Settings] of project data. For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual. GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (1) Video Setting Item Description Range Video Input Set the video input signal.
  • Page 303: Installing And Setting Multimedia Interaction Tool Onto Personal Computer

    13.4.3 Installing and setting multimedia interaction tool onto personal computer Install the multimedia interaction tool onto the personal computer and set it. For how to install and set multimedia interaction tool, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 304: Precautions

    13.5 Precautions  When the multimedia function is used The multimedia function and the video/RGB function are written exclusively. Select either of them to use.  CF card on the multimedia unit For the CF card that can be inserted into the multimedia unit, formatting in FAT32 is recommended.
  • Page 305 RFID CONNECTION 14.1 Connectable Model List ......14 - 2 14.2 System Configuration ......14 - 2 14.3 GOT Side Settings .
  • Page 306: Connecting To Rfid

    For connectable RFID controllers and system equipment, refer to the following Technical bulletin. List of valid devices applicable for GOT2000 series (GOT-D-0064) Visit the Mitsubishi Electric FA Equipment Information Service website (MELFANSweb) to refer to the Technical News. http://wwwf2.mitsubishielectric.co.jp/english/index.html 14.2 System Configuration 14.2.1 Connecting to RFID...
  • Page 307 HINT HINT HINT System configuration between the GOT and PLC For the system configuration between the GOT and PLC, refer to each chapter. Mitsubishi Products Non-Mitsubishi Products 1, Non-Mitsubishi Products 2 Microcomputer, MODBUS Products, Peripherals 14 - 3 14. RFID CONNECTION 14.2 System Configuration...
  • Page 308 14.3 GOT Side Settings 14.3.1 Setting communication interface  RFID setting  Controller setting Set the channel of the equipment to be connected to the GOT. Click! Click! Select [Common] [Peripheral Setting] [RFID] from the menu. Set the interface to which the RFID controller is Select [Common] [Controller Setting] from the connected.
  • Page 309 14.3.2 Communication detail settings POINT POINT POINT (1) Communication interface setting by the Utility The communication interface setting can be changed on the Utility's [Communication setting] after writing [Communication Settings] of project data. For details on the Utility, refer to the following manuals.
  • Page 310 14.4 Precautions  RFID function setting on GT Designer3 Before connecting the RFID controller, set the RFID function and system data. For details, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help  Controller setting (1) When using the external authentication When using the external authentication on the RFID controller, set Channel No.
  • Page 311 WIRELESS LAN CONNECTION 15.1 System Configuration ......15 - 2 15.2 GOT Side Settings ....... 15 - 3 15.3 Precautions .
  • Page 312: Connecting To Wireless Lan

    For the system configuration between the GOT and PLC, refer to each chapter. GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Product) For GT Works3 Version1 GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non Mitsubishi Product 1) For GT Works3 Version1 GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non Mitsubishi Product 2) For GT Works3 Version1...
  • Page 313: Got Wireless Lan I/f Setting

    For details on the Utility, refer to the following wireless LAN or Standard Ethernet + wireless LAN manual. • Mode : wireless LAN GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) • I/F : Extended I/F(wireless LAN) (2) Precedence in communication settings • Driver : wireless LAN...
  • Page 314 15.2.3 GOT wireless LAN I/F setting Item Description Range Set the IP address of the GOT. 0.0.0.0 to IP Address (Default: 192.168.4.20) 255.255.255.255 Select the set GOT in the [GOT Setting List] dialog. Select from GOT Setting List GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help Set the subnet mask for the sub network.
  • Page 315: Precautions

    15.3 Precautions  When connecting to multiple GOTs Do not use the IP address "192.168.3.18" when using multiple GOTs. A communication error may occur on the GOT with the IP address.  When setting IP address Do not use "0" and "255" at the end of an IP address. (Numbers of *.*.*.0 and *.*.*.255 are used by the system) The GOT may not monitor the controller correctly with...
  • Page 316 15 - 6 15. WIRELESS LAN CONNECTION 15.3 Precautions...
  • Page 317 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 318 REVISIONS - 2...
  • Page 319 If requested by the customer, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation or its representative firm may carry out the primary failure diagnosis at the customer’s expence. The primary failure diagnosis will, however, be free of charge should the cause of failure be attributable to Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
  • Page 320 GOT is a registered trademark of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Adobe and Adobe Reader are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
  • Page 322 GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Microcomputer, MODBUS Products, Peripherals) For GT Works3 Version1 GOT2000-CON4-SW1-E MODEL MODEL CODE When exported from Japan, this manual does not require application to the Ministry of Economy, SH(NA)-081200ENG-C(1401)MEE Trade and Industry for service transaction permission. HEAD OFFICE : TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN NAGOYA WORKS : 1-14 , YADA-MINAMI 5-CHOME , HIGASHI-KU, NAGOYA , JAPAN Specifications subject to change without notice.

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