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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
GOT Series
Human Machine Interface
Operating Manual (Introductory)
GOT900
Art.-Nr.: 136208
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
01 08 2000
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
SH-080116-A

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    MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC GOT Series Human Machine Interface Operating Manual (Introductory) GOT900 Art.-Nr.: 136208 INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION 01 08 2000 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC SH-080116-A...

  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    • SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • (Always read these instructions 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 instructions given in this manual are concerned with this product.

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    [Mounting Precautions] WARNING • Before installing or removing the GOT main unit to or from an enclosure, always switch off the GOT power externally in all phases. Not doing so can cause a module failure or malfunction. • Before loading or unloading the communication board to or from the GOT, always switch off the GOT power externally in all phases.

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    [Wiring Precautions] WARNING • Before starting wiring, always switch off the GOT power externally in all phases. Not doing so may cause an electric shock, product damage or malfunction. CAUTION • Please make sure to ground FG terminal, LG terminal, and protective ground terminal of the GOT power supply unit by applying Class D Grounding (Class 3 Grounding Method) or higher which is used exclusively for the GOT.

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    [Startup/Maintenance Precautions] WARNING • When power is on, do not touch the terminals. Doing so can cause an electric shock or malfunction. • Before starting cleaning or terminal screw retightening, always switch off the power externally in all phases. Not switching the power off in all phases can cause a module failure or malfunction. Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.

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

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for choosing the Mitsubishi Graphic Operation Terminal. Before using the equipment, please read this manual carefully to use the equipment to its optimum. CONTENTS About manuals ...............................A- 8 Abbreviations and generic terms in this manual ...................A- 9 CHAPTER1 FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE 1- 1 to 1- 4 1.1 About GOT ...............................

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    CHAPTER5 STARTING GOT FOR CHECKING 5- 1 to 5- 6 5.1 Connecting the Personal Computer and GOT..................5- 1 5.2 Installing the OS............................5- 1 5.3 Downloading Screen Data ........................5- 2 5.4 Connecting to PLC CPU .......................... 5- 3 5.5 Executing Monitoring ..........................

  • Page 9: About Manuals

    About Manuals The following manuals related to this product are available. Obtain the manuals as required the according to this table. • Related manual Manual name Manual number (Model code) GT Works Version5/GT Designer Version5 Operating Manual (Start up Manual) Describes how to install GT Works Version5/GT Designer Version5 into a personal computer and IB-0800143 how to browse the online manuals.

  • Page 10: Abbreviations And Generic Terms In This Manual

    Abbreviations and generic terms in this manual Abbreviations and generic terms used in this manual are described as follows: Abbreviations and generic terms Description A985GOT Generic term of A985GOT-TBA, A985GOT-TBD and A985GOT-TBA-EU Generic term of A975GOT-TBA-B, A975GOT-TBD-B, A975GOT-TBA, A975GOT-TBD and A975GOT A975GOT-TBA-EU Generic term of A970GOT-TBA-B A970GOT-TBD-B, A970GOT-TBA, A970GOT-TBD,...

  • Page 11: Chapter1 Fundamental Knowledge

    1 FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE MELSOFT CHAPTER1 FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE This manual describes procedures for creating a simple screen and monitoring with the GOT for learning basic operations. If using the GOT for the first time, read this manual to become familiar with operation of the GOT and the GT Designer.

  • Page 12: About Got Operations

    1 FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE MELSOFT 1.2 About GOT Operations This section briefly explains what operations the GOT will perform when it is connected with the PLC CPU. (1) System example PLC CPU Sequence program <GOT settings made to figures> K123 Touch key setting Bit momentary Bus connection cable Write device: M0...

  • Page 13: Mouse Usage And Operations

    1 FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE MELSOFT (From the previous page) 3) Since the bit device "M0" is ON, "123" is stored into (GOT) (PLC CPU) the word device "D10". "123" appears. "123" is stored into D10. "123" also appears as the GOT's numerical display where the monitor device is preset to the word Run lamp device "D10".

  • Page 14: System Configuration Used In The Manual

    1 FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE MELSOFT 1.4 System Configuration Used in the Manual GT Works Version5 GT Designer Version5 Install A975GOT Bus connection Data transfer PLC CPU (ACPU) Personal computer 1.5 Procedures for Use of GOT Describes the procedures from installation of the GT Designer to monitoring with the GOT.

  • Page 15: Chapter2 Setting Figures And Objects

    2 SETTING FIGURES AND OBJECTS MELSOFT CAHPTER2 SETTING FIGURES AND OBJECTS 2.1 Drawing a Figure Describes how to draw a figure. POINT This chapter deals with only the drawing and editing of figures used in this manual. For the drawing and editing of other figures, refer to the help function of GT Designer.

  • Page 16: Editing A Figure Or Object

    2 SETTING FIGURES AND OBJECTS MELSOFT (3) When entering a text 1) As the text/figure setting dialog box appears, enter a text. 2) Click the OK button. 3) A frame of display range appears at the upper-left of the screen. Move the frame to the desired position.

  • Page 17: Chapter3 Creating Screens

    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT CHAPTER3 CREATING SCREENS 3.1 Creating a Screen like This In this chapter, a screen as shown below is created. Numerical display function Numerical input function Touch key function Lamp display function 3 - 1 3 - 1...

  • Page 18: Common Setting Before Drawing

    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT 3.2 Common Setting before Drawing Describes the operations for common setting before drawing. 3.2.1 Selecting GOT/PLC type Describes the operations for selecting the type of the GOT and the PLC to use. 1) Starting GT Designer displays the project selection dialog box.

  • Page 19: Setting Screen Switching Device

    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT 3.2.2 Setting screen switching device Describes the operations for setting the screen switching device for switching screens. Here, only the screen switching device of the base screen is set to "D999" because only the base screens are switched in the manual. 1) Click the [Common] –...

  • Page 20: Creating The First Screen

    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT (From the previous page) 8) Check that value is set to "D999". 9) Click the OK button. The screen switching device is set. POINTS • Screen switching device The screen switching device is required for switching screens. Devices designated as the screen switching devices must be used only as such.

  • Page 21: Setting Objects

    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT 3.4 Setting Objects Describes the operations for setting objects used in this chapter. 3.4.1 Setting numerical display function Describes the operations for setting numerical display function. 1) Click on the tool palette. 2) The dialog box appears. 3) Click the Device button and set the device.

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    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT (From the previous page) 7) Set the attributes of the figure and numerical value. Here, set as shown on the left. 8) Click the OK button. 9) A frame of display range appears at the upper- left of the screen.

  • Page 23: Setting Numerical Input Function

    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT 3.4.2 Setting numerical input function Describes the operations for setting numerical input function. 1) Click on the tool palette. 2) As the dialog box appears, refer to the numerical display function settings and make the following settings.

  • Page 24: Setting Lamp Display Function

    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT 3.4.3 Setting lamp display function Describes the operations for setting the lamp display function. 1) Click the List button on the template (parts display area). 2) The template (directory tree) is displayed. Click the + button of the parts library folder. 3) As the library names appear, double-click Lamp (1).

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    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT (From the previous page) 4) Parts in the library are displayed on the template (part display area). 5) Click a lamp on the template (part display area). (Here, use No. 1). 6) Move the cursor to the screen. A frame of display range appears.

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    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT (From the previous page) 12) The dialog box appears. After setting each item, click the OK button. Position: Choose Bottom. Text: Type Y0. Horizontal alignment: Click the center button. 13) Click the Copy from ON button. 14) Set the attributes of the lamp.

  • Page 27: Setting Touch Key Function

    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT 3.4.4 Setting touch key function Describes the operations for setting touch key function. 1) Double-click Switch (1) on Template (directory tree) only. Refer to Section 3.4.3 for the way to display Template (directory tree). 2) Parts in the library are displayed on the template (part display area).

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    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT (From the previous page) 6) As the dialog box appears, make the following settings. Display trigger: Choose Bit. Device: Set to M70. 7) Click the [Case] tab. 8) Click the ON Text button. (To the following page) 3 - 12 3 - 12...

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    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT (From the previous page) 9) The dialog box appears. After setting each item, click the OK button. Position: Choose Bottom. Text: Type M70. Horizontal alignment: Click the center button. 10) Click the Copy from ON button. 11) Set the attributes of the touch key and text.

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    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT (From the previous page) 13) Click the Bit button. 14) The dialog box appears. Select "Alternate". 15) Click the Device button and set the device to "M70". 16) Click the OK button. (To the following page) 3 - 14 3 - 14...

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    3 CREATING SCREENS MELSOFT (From the previous page) 17) Click the OK button. 18) The touch key set on the screen is updated. 19) Repeat steps 5) to 18) for the number of touch keys to set. (Here, repeat 3 times.) Device: Set M71 to M73.

  • Page 32: Chapter4 Creating The Second Screen

    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT CHAPTER4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN 4.1 Creating a Screen like This In this chapter, the following screen is created as the second screen of the screen created in Chapter 3 (the first screen). The switching button to the second screen is added to the first screen. (1) Adding the screen switching button to the first screen The screen switching button to the second screen must be set on the first screen.

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    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT 4.2 Creating the Second Screen Describes the operations for creating the second screen. 1) Click on tool bar 1. 2) Click the spin box and set the screen number to "2". 3) Click the OK button. The second screen is created.

  • Page 34: Creating Comments

    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT 4.3 Creating Comments Describes the operations for creating comments that are used in the alarm list function. Register comments as follows: Comment Device Comment A-line supply conveyer stopped. Check the power source. Emergency stop limit switch operated. Check the product. Product limit switch does not operate.

  • Page 35: Setting Objects

    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT 4.4 Setting Objects Describes the operation for setting the objects used in this chapter. 4.4.1 Setting touch key function for screen switching Describes the operations for setting the touch key function for screen switching. 1) Paste to the screen the No.

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    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT (From the previous page) 5) The dialog box appears. After setting each item, click the OK button. Position: Select Center. Text: Input Screen 1. Horizontal alignment: Click the center button. Vertical alignment: Click the center button. 6) Click the Copy from ON button.

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    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT (From the previous page) 10) The dialog box appears. Designate the destination to "Fixed". 11) Click the spin box and input "Screen 2" for the touch key set on the first screen and "Screen 1" for the touch key set on the second screen.

  • Page 38: Setting Level Display Function

    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT 4.4.2 Setting level display function Describes the operations for setting the level display function. 1) Click on the tool pallet. 2) The dialog box appears. 3) Click the Device button to designate the device. Device: Set to D12.

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    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT (From the previous page) 8) A frame of display range appears at the upper-left of the screen. Move the frame to the desired position, then click. 9) Change the key size with the handle ( ). (Refer to 2.2.) 11) Copy the level display function and set the device of the second level display function to "D13".

  • Page 40: Setting Panelmeter Display Function

    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT 4.4.3 Setting panelmeter display function Describes the operations for setting the panelmeter display function. 1) Click on the tool palette. 2) As the dialog box appears, refer to the level display function settings and make the following settings. Device: Set to D12.

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    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT (From the previous page) 7) Click the [Graph] tab. 8) Make the [Graph] tab settings as indicated below. Upper: Fixed, 100 Lower: Fixed, 0 9) Click the OK button. 10) A frame of display range appears at the upper-left of the screen.

  • Page 42: Setting Alarm List Display Function

    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT 4.4.4 Setting alarm list display function Describes the operations for setting the alarm list display function. 1) Click on the tool palette. 2) The dialog box appears. 3) Check the check box and click the Shape button to designate the background figure.

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    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT (From the previous page) 8) The dialog box appears. Click the Edit button to set the device. Device: Set Y0. 9) Select "Continuous". 10) Click the OK button. 11) Set the number of comments to display to "Single". 12) Click the OK button.

  • Page 44: Saving Created Screen Data

    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT 4.5 Saving Created Screen Data Describes the operations for saving created screen data. Here, the data is saved on a personal computer's hard disk (drive C) as an example. 1) Click [Project] [Save As]. 2) The dialog box appears.

  • Page 45: Reading Saved Screen Data

    4 CREATING THE SECOND SCREEN MELSOFT 4.6 Reading Saved Screen Data Describes the operations for reading the saved data. Here,the data saved in 4.5 (the data saved in drive C) is read as an example. 1) Click the [Project] [Open] menu. 2) The dialog box appears.

  • Page 46: Chapter5 Starting Got For Checking

    5 STARTING GOT FOR CHECKING MELSOFT CHAPTER5 STARTING GOT FOR CHECKING 5.1 Connecting the Personal Computer and GOT Connect the personal computer and the GOT with an RS-232C cable. For further details, refer to GT Works Version5/GT Designer Version5 Reference Manual.

  • Page 47: Downloading Screen Data

    5 STARTING GOT FOR CHECKING MELSOFT (From the previous page) 2) The dialog box appears. Designate each item. Target: GOT Standard monitor OS: Check the checkbox and select "English". Communication driver: Click the list box, then select "Bus [Ver 8.0.0]. [Ver *.*.*] may be different.

  • Page 48: Connecting To Plc Cpu

    5 STARTING GOT FOR CHECKING MELSOFT 5.4 Connecting to PLC CPU Here, the bus connection is used to connect the GOT and the PLC CPU. For details of the bus connection board and the bus connection cable, refer to GOT-A900 Series User′s Manual (GT Works Version5/GT Designer Version5 compatible Connection System Manual).

  • Page 49: Executing Monitoring

    5 STARTING GOT FOR CHECKING MELSOFT 5.5 Executing Monitoring Displays numerical Input values to D10 values for D12 and and D11 from the D13. ten-key window. When the external input Y0 to Y3 are turned ON, the lamp lights accordingly. Press the touch key.

  • Page 50: Upload

    5 STARTING GOT FOR CHECKING MELSOFT 5.6 Upload When you want to make correction to the screen data installed into the GOT, use GT Designer and read the screen data from the GOT to the personal computer. The read screen data can be re-edited and then re-transferred (downloaded) to the GOT.

  • Page 51: Sequence Program Used In The Manual

    5 STARTING GOT FOR CHECKING MELSOFT 5.7 Sequence Program Used in the Manual 5 - 6 5 - 6...

  • Page 52: Index

    INDEX About GOT ............. 1- 1 Numerical display function......3- 5 Alarm list display function......4-11 Numerical input function .........3- 7 Click ..............1- 3 Open...............4-14 Comment ............4- 3 Common ............3- 2 Communication driver ........5- 2 Panelmeter display function ......4- 9 Connecting the personal computer and GOT Procedures for use of GOT ......1- 4 ................

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    WARRANTY Please confirm the following product warranty details before starting use. 1. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty Range If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of the product within the gratis warranty term, the product shall be repaired at no cost via the dealer or Mitsubishi Service Company. Note that if repairs are required at a site overseas, on a detached island or remote place, expenses to dispatch an engineer shall be charged for.

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