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  • Page 1 MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (Analog Control)
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Read these precautions before use.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual carefully and pay attention to safety in order to handle the product correctly. This manual classifies the safety precautions into two categories: [ WARNING] and [ CAUTION].
  • Page 4 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● When an inductive load such as a lamp, heater, or solenoid valve is controlled, a large current (approximately ten times greater than normal) may flow when the output is turned from off to on. Take proper measures so that the flowing current does not exceed the value corresponding to the maximum load specification of the resistance load.
  • Page 5 CAUTION ● Work carefully when using a screwdriver during product installation. Failure to do so may cause damage to the product or accidents. ● Connect the extension cables, peripheral device cables, input/output cables and battery connecting cable securely to their designated connectors. Loose connections may cause malfunctions. ●...
  • Page 6 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● Do not supply power to the [24+] and [24V] terminals (24 V DC service power supply) on the CPU module or extension modules. Doing so may cause damage to the product.  ● Perform class D grounding (grounding resistance: 100 or less) of the grounding terminal on the CPU module and extension modules with a wire 2 mm or thicker.
  • Page 7 ● Do not disassemble or modify the PLC. Doing so may cause fire, equipment failures, or malfunctions. *For repair, contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. ● Turn off the power to the PLC before connecting or disconnecting any extension cable. Failure to do so may cause device failures or malfunctions.
  • Page 8 [TRANSPORTATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● Please contact a certified electronic waste disposal company for the environmentally safe recycling and disposal of your device. ● The PLC is a precision instrument. During transportation, avoid impacts larger than those specified in the general specifications of the FX5 User's Manual (Hardware) by using dedicated packaging boxes and shock-absorbing palettes.
  • Page 9: Introduction

    • Since the examples indicated by this manual, technical bulletin, catalog, etc. are used as a reference, please use it after confirming the function and safety of the equipment and system. Mitsubishi Electric will accept no responsibility for actual use of the product based on these illustrative examples.
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 INTRODUCTION .
  • Page 11 2.11 Detail of Special Relays ..............67 A/D conversion completed flag .
  • Page 12 Convergence detection lower limit value ............89 Detection time setting for convergence detection .
  • Page 13 List of Error Code ..............125 List of Alarm Code.
  • Page 14 Digital Clipping Function ..............151 Maximum Value/Minimum Value Hold Function .
  • Page 16: Relevant Manuals

    Describes basic knowledge required for program design, functions of the CPU <JY997D55401> module, devices/labels, and parameters. MELSEC iQ-F FX5 Programming Manual (Program Design) Describes specifications of ladders, ST, FBD/LD, and other programs and labels. <JY997D55701> MELSEC iQ-F FX5 Programming Manual (Instructions, Standard Describes specifications of instructions and functions that can be used in programs.
  • Page 17 Abbreviation of MELSEC iQ-F FX5 Programming Manual (Instructions, Standard Functions/Function Blocks) Functions/Function Blocks) Communication manual Generic term for MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (Serial Communication), MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (MODBUS Communication), MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (Ethernet Communication), and MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (SLMP) •...
  • Page 18: Chapter 1 Outline

    OUTLINE The FX5 supports the following analog functions: Item Outline Reference FX5-4AD-ADP (Analog input) The FX5-4AD-ADP is an analog adapter which inputs 4 points of analog Page 18 input (voltage/current) when connected to the FX5 CPU module. A/D-converted values are written to special registers assigned to each channel.
  • Page 19 MEMO 1 OUTLINE...
  • Page 20: Chapter 2 Fx5-4ad-adp

    FX5-4AD-ADP This chapter describes the FX5-4AD-ADP. Specifications This section describes the specifications. Generic specifications The items other than the following are equivalent to those of the CPU module. For general specifications, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-F FX5U User's manual (Hardware) MELSEC iQ-F FX5UC User's manual (Hardware) Item Specification...
  • Page 21: Input Conversion Characteristics

    Input conversion characteristics An input conversion characteristic of A/D conversion is expressed by the slope of the straight line connecting the offset value and the gain value at the time when an analog input (voltage or current) from outside the programmable controller is converted to a digital value.
  • Page 22 ■Voltage input characteristics graph (0 to 5 V) Practical analog input range 16383 16000 Digital output -384 value -16000 -16384 -5 -0.12 5 5.12 10 Analog input voltage (V) ■Voltage input characteristics graph (1 to 5 V) Practical analog input range 13183 12800 Digital...
  • Page 23 Current input characteristic The following shows the list of the analog input ranges and the graph of each current input characteristic, at the current input. Input range setting Offset value Gain value Digital output value Resolution 1.25 A 0 to 20 mA 0 mA 20 mA 0 to 16000...
  • Page 24: Accuracy

    ■Current input characteristics graph (-20 to +20 mA) Practical analog input range 8191 8000 Digital output value -8000 -8192 -20.48 -20 20 20.48 Analog input value Accuracy Accuracy of A/D conversion is determined by the accuracy for the full scale of digital output value. An input characteristic change through changes of the offset/gain setting or the input range does not sacrifice the accuracy, which is maintained within the described range of the performance specifications.
  • Page 25: List Of Functions

    List of functions The following table lists the functions list. List of Functions Description Reference Range switching function Allows switching the input range of an analog input for each channel. Switching the Page 25 range makes it possible to change the input conversion characteristics. A/D conversion enable/disable setting function Controls whether to enable or disable the A/D conversion for each channel.
  • Page 26: Processing Of Each Function

    Processing of Each Function The functions are processed in the order shown below. A/D conversion enable/disable setting function Range switching function A/D conversion device Disconnection detection function Over scale detection function Averaging function Digital clipping function Digital output value Analog input value monitor Scaling function Warning output function (Rate alarm)
  • Page 27: Range Switching Function

    Maximum and minimum value The maximum and minimum values of the digital operation values are stored. Range Switching Function This function allows switching the input range of an analog input for each channel. Switching the range makes it possible to change the input conversion characteristics. Setting procedure Set the input range to be used in the "Input range setting".
  • Page 28: A/d Conversion Enable/disable Setting Function

    A/D Conversion Enable/Disable Setting Function This function controls whether to enable or disable the A/D conversion for each channel. Setting procedure Set "A/D conversion enable/disable setting" to "A/D conversion enable" or "A/D conversion disable". Navigation window  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  "Basic Settings"...
  • Page 29 If the set time is shorter than the scan time, the averaging processing is not executed, but the sampling value is output. However, only in the first output, the averaged value of the 1st sample and 2nd sample is output. ■Count average A/D conversion is executed for a set number of times of count average, the averaged value excluding the maximum value and minimum value is output in digital, and values are stored in the "digital output value", "digital operation value"...
  • Page 30: Over Scale Detection Function

    Setting procedure ■Sampling processing Set "Average Processing Specify" to "Sampling Processing". Navigation window  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  "Basic Settings"  "A/D conversion method" ■Averaging processing Set "Average Processing Specify" to "Time Average", "Count Average", or "Moving Average". Navigation window ...
  • Page 31 Input range Normal range Over-scale detection condition Analog input value lower limit Analog input value upper limit 0 to 20 mA -0.4 to +20.4 mA -0.4 mA > Analog input value +20.4 mA < Analog input value 4 to 20 mA -0.4 to +20.4 mA -0.4 mA >...
  • Page 32: Scaling Function

    Scaling Function This function performs the scale conversion on digital output values. The values are converted within a specified range between a scaling upper limit value and scaling lower limit value. The converted values are stored in "digital operation value". Concept of scaling setting When the input range is set to -10 to +10V: For the scaling lower limit value, set a value corresponding to the lower limit value of the input range (-8000).
  • Page 33 Corresponding devices The devices which are used by the scaling function are listed below. Name Reference Scaling enable/disable setting SM6308 SM6348 SM6388 SM6428 Page 69 Scaling upper limit value SD6308 SD6348 SD6388 SD6428 Page 84 Scaling lower limit value SD6309 SD6349 SD6389 SD6429...
  • Page 34 When 2500 is set to the scaling upper limit value and 500 is set to the scaling lower limit value for the channel with the input range of -10 to +10 V Digital output value (8000) Scaling upper limit value: 2500 Scaling lower limit value: 500 (-8000) Analog input voltage (V)
  • Page 35: Shift Function

    Shift Function This function adds (shifts) a set conversion value shift amount to a digital operation value and stores the result in the "digital operation value". The digital operation value reflects the change in the conversion value shift amount on a realtime basis. Therefore, fine adjustment can be easily performed when the system starts.
  • Page 36: Digital Clipping Function

    Digital Clipping Function This function fixes the range of the digital operation value with the maximum digital output value and the minimum digital output value when the corresponding current or voltage exceeds the input range. List of output ranges The following table lists the output ranges of the digital operation values when the digital clipping function is enabled with each range.
  • Page 37: Maximum Value/minimum Value Hold Function

    ■Operation Digital value (1) Digital clipping 16000 14000 12000 Digital operation value 9000 (2) Scaling 6000 (3) Shift 4000 3000 2000 Analog input voltage (V) Maximum Value/Minimum Value Hold Function This function stores the maximum value and minimum value of the digital operation value to the special registers for each channel.
  • Page 38: Warning Output Function

    Warning Output Function This section describes process alarms and rate alarms used for the warning output function. Process alarm This function outputs a warning when a digital operation value enters the preset warning output range. Digital operation value Warning output range Out of warning output range Included Warning...
  • Page 39 ■Detection target for outputting a warning When the digital clipping function, scaling function and shift function are used, digital operation values on which digital clipping, scale conversion and shift amount addition are executed are regarded as targets of alarm detection. With regard to the process alarm upper upper limit value, process alarm lower upper limit value, process alarm lower upper limit value and process alarm lower lower limit value, make sure to set such values as to consider digital clipping, scale conversion and shift amount addition.
  • Page 40 Rate alarm This function outputs a warning when the change rate of a digital output value is equal to or more than the rate alarm upper limit value, or the rate is equal to or less than the rate alarm lower limit value. Digital output value CH1 Digital Rate alarm...
  • Page 41 ■Judgment of rate alarm A change rate is judged with "Rate alarm upper limit value" and "Rate alarm lower limit value" converted to digital values per rate alarm warning detection period. The following shows the conversion formula of judgment values used for the rate alarm detection. Value used for judgment in every = "Rate alarm upper limit value (lower limit value)"...
  • Page 42 To monitor that a change rate of a digital output value is within the specified range Change rate of the digital output value (%) Rate alarm upper value +10 % Time -10 % Rate alarm lower value ■Setting procedure Set "Warning output function (Rate alarm)" to "Enable". Navigation window ...
  • Page 43: Disconnection Detection Function

    Disconnection Detection Function Simple disconnection detection is performed. This function is enabled when the analog input range is 1 to 5 V or 4 to 20 mA. Setting procedure Set "Disconnection detection enable/disable setting" to "Enable". Navigation window  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  "Application Settings"...
  • Page 44 ■When the "disconnection detection recovery enable/disable setting" is set to "enable" Analog input value Range Out of range Included 2 mA or 0.5 V Disconnection detection Time Disconnection detection flag A/D conversion completed flag Alarm clear request A/D conversion latest error code 0A0 ...
  • Page 45: Convergence Detection Function

    Convergence Detection Function This function detects whether the digital operation value is within a certain range in the specified time. Setting procedure Set "Convergence detection enable/disable setting" to "Enable". Navigation window  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  "Application Settings"...
  • Page 46 Operation The time starts to be measured when the digital operation value enters the stead state range. When the digital operation value goes in the convergence range within the time set in the "convergence detection time setting", the "convergence detection flag" turns ON. When the digital operation value goes outside of the convergence range, the "convergence detection flag"...
  • Page 47: Deviation Detection Between Channel Function

    Deviation Detection Between Channel Function This function detects the difference in the digital operation value between channels larger than a specified value. Setting procedure Set "Deviation detection trigger between channel" to "Enable". Navigation window  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  "Application Settings"...
  • Page 48: Offset/gain Setting Function

    Offset/gain Setting Function This function sets any analog value to the offset/gain value without regard to the setting prepared in advance as the analog input range. The offset setting value and gain setting value are saved in the built-in memory of the FX5-4AD-ADP. For changing the offset/gain data, set an analog value to the "offset setting value"...
  • Page 49 Select the target module for the offset/gain setting, and click [OK] button. Click [Yes] button. Mark the checkbox of the channel where offset and gain values are to be set, and click [Offset Setting] button. Apply the offset voltage or current to the terminal of the corresponding channel, and click [Yes] button.
  • Page 50 Apply the gain voltage or current to the terminal of the corresponding channel, and click [Yes] button. Check that "Gain Status" has changed to "Changed", and click [Close] button. Click [Yes] button. Corresponding devices The devices which are used by the offset/gain setting function are listed below. Name Reference Offset/gain reading...
  • Page 51 Operation ■Offset/gain writing For changing the offset/gain data, set "E20FH" to the "offset/gain writing enable code" and set the "offset/gain writing" from OFF to ON to write the "input range setting", "offset setting value" and "gain setting value" to the built-in memory of the FX5- 4AD-ADP.
  • Page 52: Offset/gain Initialization Function

    Offset/gain Initialization Function This function initializes the offset value and gain value saved in the built-in memory of the FX5-4AD-ADP. Setting procedure Set "E20FH" to the "offset/gain writing enable code". Setting value Description Default value Other than E20FH Offset/gain writing disable E20FH Offset/gain writing enable Set the "offset/gain initialization"...
  • Page 53 Starting/stopping the analog function in accordance with the CPU module status This paragraph shows the analog operation in accordance with the CPU module status. ■RUN The FX5-4AD-ADP operates in accordance with its parameters. ■PAUSE The FX5-4AD-ADP operates in accordance with its parameters. ■STOP The FX5-4AD-ADP continues A/D conversion.
  • Page 54: Procedure To Execute The Fx5-4ad-adp

    Procedure to Execute the FX5-4AD-ADP The procedure to execute the built-in analog function is described below. Confirm the specifications of the FX5-4AD-ADP. Confirm the specifications of the FX5-4AD-ADP. (Page 18 Specifications) Attach the FX5-4AD-ADP. Refer to the following manuals for attachment to the CPU module: MELSEC iQ-F FX5U User's Manual (Hardware) MELSEC iQ-F FX5UC User's Manual (Hardware) Connect the FX5-4AD-ADP to the external device.
  • Page 55 ■When wire ferrules with insulation sleeves are used Depending on the thickness of a wiring sheath used, it may be difficult to insert the sheath into an insulation sleeve. Refer to the external dimensions as a reference to select wires. External dimension of wire ferrules with insulation sleeves Insulating sleeve Contact area...
  • Page 56: Terminal Layout

    Terminal layout The following table shows the terminal layout Terminal block Signal name Function Voltage/current input Terminal layout For current input short circuit COM1 Common Voltage/current input COM1 For current input short circuit COM2 Common COM2 Voltage/current input For current input short circuit COM3 Common COM3...
  • Page 57: Parameter Setting

    Parameter Setting Set the parameters of each channel. Setting parameters here eliminates the need to program them. Parameters are enabled when the CPU module is powered ON or after a reset. In addition, operations different from the parameter settings are possible by transferring values to special relays and special registers while changing these values in the program.
  • Page 58: Application Settings

    Application settings Setting procedure Open "Application Settings" of the GX Works3. Start Module parameter. Navigation window  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  "Application Settings" Window Displayed items Item Description Setting range Default Warning output setting (Process Set whether to "enable"...
  • Page 59 Item Description Setting range Default Over Scale Detection Enable/ Set whether to "enable" or "disable" over scale detection. • Disable Disable Disable • Enable Scaling Enable/Disable Set whether to "enable" or "disable" scaling. • Disable Disable • Enable  Scaling Upper Limit Value Set the upper limit value for scaling calculation.
  • Page 60: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This section describes errors that may occur in the use of the FX5-4AD-ADP and those troubleshooting. Troubleshooting with the LEDs Check the state of the LED to narrow down the possible causes of the trouble. This step is the first diagnostics. A state of the FX5-4AD-ADP can be checked with the PWR LED.
  • Page 61: Troubleshooting By Symptom

    Troubleshooting by Symptom When the PWR LED does not turn ON Check item Action Check whether the power is supplied. Check whether the voltage supplied to the CPU module is within the rated range. Whether the FX5-4AD-ADP is attached normally to the CPU module. Check the FX5-4AD-ADP attachment status.
  • Page 62: List Of Error Code

    When the A/D conversion completed flag does not turn ON Check item Action Whether A/D conversion is disabled in every channel. Check the channels for which A/D conversion is enabled in the parameter setting of GX Works3. If A/D conversion is not enabled in any channel, enable A/D conversion for 1 or more channels in the parameter of GX Works3 or in the program.
  • Page 63: List Of Alarm Code

    Hardware error of analog ADP was detected. After resetting the CPU unit, carry out RUN. If the same error is displayed again, there is a possibility of hardware error of the analog ADP. Consult the nearest Mitsubishi Electric representative. 3081H Analog ADP Power failure The power is not supplied normally.
  • Page 64 Alarm code Alarm name Description and cause Action 0C0H Offset/gain reading input range The saved offset/gain input range is different Change the currently set input range to the mismatch from the currently set input range. input range selected when the offset/gain was written, and then read the offset/gain.
  • Page 65: List Of Special Relays

    2.10 List of Special Relays The special relays are shown below. 1st analog expansion adapter The special relays list for the 1st FX5-4AD-ADP module is shown below. Special relays Name Reference SM6300 SM6340 SM6380 SM6420 A/D conversion completed flag Page 67 SM6301 SM6341 SM6381...
  • Page 66 2nd analog expansion adapter The special relays list for the 2nd FX5-4AD-ADP module is shown below. Special relays Name Reference SM6660 SM6700 SM6740 SM6780 A/D conversion completed flag Page 67 SM6661 SM6701 SM6741 SM6781 A/D conversion enable/disable setting Page 67 SM6662 SM6702 SM6742...
  • Page 67 3rd analog expansion adapter The special relays list for the 3rd FX5-4AD-ADP module is shown below. Special relays Name Reference SM7020 SM7060 SM7100 SM7140 A/D conversion completed flag Page 67 SM7021 SM7061 SM7101 SM7141 A/D conversion enable/disable setting Page 67 SM7022 SM7062 SM7102...
  • Page 68 4th analog expansion adapter The special relays list for the 4th FX5-4AD-ADP module is shown below. Special relays Name Reference SM7380 SM7420 SM7460 SM7500 A/D conversion completed flag Page 67 SM7381 SM7421 SM7461 SM7501 A/D conversion enable/disable setting Page 67 SM7382 SM7422 SM7462...
  • Page 69: Detail Of Special Relays

    2.11 Detail of Special Relays This section explains the details of special relays. R: Read only, R/W: Read/Write A/D conversion completed flag This flag monitors the A/D conversion status. Monitor value Display description Default value 0: OFF It turns OFF during the disable of an A/D conversion, and an A/D conversion. 0: OFF 1: ON In the state of A/D conversion enable, if an A/D conversion is completed, it turns ON.
  • Page 70: Over Scale Lower Limit Detection Flag

    Over scale lower limit detection flag This flag monitors the over-scale lower limit detection status in the over-scale detection function. Monitor value Display description Default value 0: OFF Normal 0: OFF 1: ON Over scale lower limit detection For details over scale detection function, refer to the following. Page 28 Over Scale Detection Function Name Connection part...
  • Page 71: Maximum Value Reset Request

    Name Connection part Special relay Maximum value/minimum value 1st adapter SM6305 SM6345 SM6385 SM6425 reset completed flag 2nd adapter SM6665 SM6705 SM6745 SM6785 3rd adapter SM7025 SM7065 SM7105 SM7145 4th adapter SM7385 SM7425 SM7465 SM7505 Maximum value reset request When the "maximum value reset request" is set from OFF to ON, the maximum value is updated to the "digital operation value".
  • Page 72: Digital Clipping Enable/disable Setting

    Digital clipping enable/disable setting Set whether to enable or disable the digital clipping function. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF Digital clipping function enable 1: ON 1: ON Digital clipping function disable For details digital clipping, refer to the following. Page 34 Digital Clipping Function Name Connection part...
  • Page 73: Warning Output Setting (process Alarm)

    Warning output setting (process alarm) Set whether to enable or disable the warning output of process alarm. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF Warning output of process alarm enable 1: ON 1: ON Warning output of process alarm disable For details warning output function, refer to the following.
  • Page 74: Warning Output Setting (rate Alarm)

    Warning output setting (rate alarm) Set whether to enable or disable the warning output of rate alarm. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF Warning output of rate alarm enable 1: ON 1: ON Warning output of rate alarm disable For details warning output function, refer to the following.
  • Page 75: Disconnection Recovery Detection Enable/disable Setting

    Disconnection recovery detection enable/disable setting Set whether to enable or disable the disconnection detection recovery. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF Disconnection recovery detection enable 1: ON 1: ON Disconnection recovery detection disable For details disconnection detection function, refer to the following. Page 41 Disconnection Detection Function Name Connection part...
  • Page 76: Deviation Detection Flag Between Channel

    Deviation detection flag between channel This flag monitors the deviation detection flag between channel. Monitor value Display description Default value 0: OFF Normal 0: OFF 1: ON Deviation detection For details deviation detection between channel function, refer to the following. Page 45 Deviation Detection Between Channel Function Name Connection part...
  • Page 77: Offset/gain Writing

    Offset/gain writing An offset/gain setting value is written in. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF Offset/gain writing is not performed. 0: OFF 1: ON Offset/gain writing is performed. For details offset/gain setting, refer to the following. Page 46 Offset/gain Setting Function Name Connection part Special relay...
  • Page 78: A/d Conversion Alarm Flag

    A/D conversion alarm flag "A/D conversion alarm flag" turns on when an alarm occurs. Monitor value Display description Default value 0: OFF Normal 0: OFF 1: ON A/D conversion alarm occur To turn OFF the "A/D conversion alarm flag" and clear the "A/D conversion latest alarm code", set the "A/D conversion alarm clear request"...
  • Page 79: List Of Special Registers

    2.12 List of Special Registers The special registers are shown below. 1st analog expansion adapter The special registers list for the 1st FX5-4AD-ADP module is shown below. Special registers Name Reference SD6300 SD6340 SD6380 SD6420 Digital output value Page 81 SD6301 SD6341 SD6381...
  • Page 80 2nd analog expansion adapter The special registers list for the 2nd FX5-4AD-ADP module is shown below. Special registers Name Reference SD6660 SD6700 SD6740 SD6780 Digital output value Page 81 SD6661 SD6701 SD6741 SD6781 Digital operation value Page 81 SD6662 SD6702 SD6742 SD6782 Analog input value monitor...
  • Page 81 3rd analog expansion adapter The special registers list for the 3rd FX5-4AD-ADP module is shown below. Special registers Name Reference SD7020 SD7060 SD7100 SD7140 Digital output value Page 81 SD7021 SD7061 SD7101 SD7141 Digital operation value Page 81 SD7022 SD7062 SD7102 SD7142 Analog input value monitor...
  • Page 82 4th analog expansion adapter The special registers list for the 4th FX5-4AD-ADP module is shown below. Special registers Name Reference SD7380 SD7420 SD7460 SD7500 Digital output value Page 81 SD7381 SD7421 SD7461 SD7501 Digital operation value Page 81 SD7382 SD7422 SD7462 SD7502 Analog input value monitor...
  • Page 83: Detail Of Special Registers

    2.13 Detail of Special Registers This section explains the details of special registers. R: Read only, R/W: Read/Write Digital output value The A/D-converted digital output value is stored. Range Default value -8192 to +16383 The value is updated in every averaging processing cycle when the averaging processing is executed, or in every sampling cycle when the averaging processing is not executed.
  • Page 84: Average Processing Specify

    Average processing specify Set which one between the sampling processing and the averaging processing is to be selected. The averaging processing is classified into "time average", "count average" and "moving average". Setting value Description Default value Sampling processing Time average Count average Moving average The averaging process specification setting range error (Error code: 1A0H) occurs when any value other...
  • Page 85: Input Range Setting

    Input range setting Set the input range. Setting value Description Default value 0 to 10 V 0 to 5 V 1 to 5 V -10 to +10 V 0 to 20 mA 4 to 20 mA -20 to +20 mA The range setting range error (Error code: 1A8H) occurs when any value other than the above values is set.
  • Page 86: Scaling Upper Limit Value

    Scaling upper limit value Set the upper limit value of the scaling conversion range. Range Default value -32768 to +32767 For details scaling function, refer to the following. Page 30 Scaling Function Name Connection part Special register Scaling upper limit value 1st adapter SD6308 SD6348...
  • Page 87: Process Alarm Upper Upper Limit Value

    Process alarm upper upper limit value Set the upper upper limit value of the warning output function (process alarm). Range Default value -32768 to +32767 The process alarm upperlower limit value setting range error (Error code: 1A4H) occurs when the condition "Process alarm upper upper limit value ...
  • Page 88: Process Alarm Lower Upper Limit Value

    Process alarm lower upper limit value Set the lower upper limit value of the warning output function (process alarm). Range Default value -32768 to +32767 The process alarm upperlower limit value setting range error (Error code: 1A4H) occurs when the condition "Process alarm upper upper limit value ...
  • Page 89: Rate Alarm Upper Limit Value

    Rate alarm upper limit value Set the upper limit of the change rate of the digital output value for detecting rate alarms. Range Default value -1000 to +1000 • Set the rate alarm upper limit value in the unit "0.1 %". •...
  • Page 90: Rate Alarm Warning Detection Period Setting

    Rate alarm warning detection period setting Set the cycle for checking the change rate of the digital output value. The "rate alarm warning detection period setting" multiplied by the sampling cycle indicates the cycle for detecting rate alarms. Range Default value 1 to 10000 (ms) The rate alarm warning detection period setting range error (Error code: 1A6H) occurs when any value other than the above values is set.
  • Page 91: Convergence Detection Lower Limit Value

    Convergence detection lower limit value Set the lower limit of the digital output value used in the convergence detection function. Range Default value -32768 to +32767 The convergence detection upper limit value/lower limit value setting inversion error (Error code: 1ADH) occurs when the condition "Convergence detection upper limit value >...
  • Page 92: Deviation Detection Ch1

    Deviation detection CH1 Check the status of the deviation between CH detection flag in the 1st and 2nd FX5-4AD-ADP used in the deviation between CH detection function. Monitor value Display description Default value 0: OFF Normal 0: OFF 1: ON Deviation detection Not used Not used...
  • Page 93: Ch Setting 1 For Deviation Detection Between Channel

    CH setting 1 for deviation detection between channel Set the channels whose deviation will be checked in the 1st and 2nd FX5-4AD-ADP used in the deviation detection between channel function. Monitor value Display description Default value 0: OFF Non target 1: ON Target Not used...
  • Page 94: Offset Setting Value

    Offset setting value Set the offset data used in the offset/gain setting function. Range Default value Voltage: -10000 to +9000 Current: -20000 to +17000 For details offset/gain setting, refer to the following. Page 46 Offset/gain Setting Function Name Connection part Special register Offset setting value 1st adapter...
  • Page 95: A/d Conversion Latest Alarm Code

    A/D conversion latest alarm code The latest alarm code detected in the FX5-4AD-ADP is stored. Monitor value Default value  For details alarm code, refer to the following. Page 61 List of Alarm Code Name Connection part Special register A/D conversion latest alarm code 1st adapter SD6338 SD6378...
  • Page 96: Chapter 3 Fx5-4da-adp

    FX5-4DA-ADP This chapter describes the FX5-4DA-ADP. Specifications This section describes the specifications. Generic specifications The items other than the following are equivalent to those of the CPU module. For general specifications, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-F FX5U User's manual (Hardware) MELSEC iQ-F FX5UC User's manual (Hardware) Item Specification...
  • Page 97: Output Conversion Characteristics

    Output conversion characteristics A output conversion characteristic of D/A conversion is expressed by the slope of the straight line connecting the offset value and the gain value at the time when a digital value written from the CPU module is converted to an analog output (voltage or current).
  • Page 98 ■Voltage output characteristics graph (0 to 5 V) 5.12 Practical analog Analog output range output voltage (V) -0.12 -16321 -16000 -384 16000 16383 Digital value ■Voltage output characteristics graph (1 to 5 V) 5.096 Practical analog output range Analog output 0.904 voltage (V) -16000...
  • Page 99 Current output characteristic The following shows the list of the analog output ranges and the graphs of each current output characteristic, at the current output. Output range setting Offset value Gain value Digital value Resolution 1.25 A 0 to 20 mA 0 mA 20 mA 0 to 16000...
  • Page 100: Accuracy

    Accuracy Accuracy of D/A conversion is determined by the accuracy for the full scale of analog output value. An output characteristic change through changes of the offset/gain setting or the output range does not sacrifice the accuracy, which is maintained within the described range of the performance specifications. The following graph shows the fluctuation range of accuracy when the range of -10 to 10 V is selected.
  • Page 101: Functions

    Functions This section describes the functions of the FX5-4DA-ADP and the setting procedures for those functions. This section describes the special relays and special registers for the 1st FX5-4DA-ADP module. For checking the special relays and special registers for the 2nd and later FX5-4DA-ADP modules, refer to the following: Page 127 List of Special Relays, Page 135 List of Special Registers Processing of Each Function...
  • Page 102: Range Switching Function

    Digital operation value These values are obtained by operating a digital value using the scaling function or shift function. When each function is not used, the same value as the digital value is stored. Analog output value monitor The outputted analog value is displayed. Voltage and current are displayed in the following units. Voltage: mV, Current: A Range Switching Function The output range of the analog output can be switched for each channel.
  • Page 103: D/a Conversion Enable/disable Function

    D/A Conversion Enable/Disable Function The output range of the analog output can be switched for each channel. Setting methods Set "D/A conversion enable/disable setting" to "D/A conversion enable" or "D/A conversion disable". Navigation window  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  "Basic Settings"...
  • Page 104: Analog Output Hold/clear Function

    Analog Output HOLD/CLEAR Function Set whether to clear the output analog output value or to hold the previous value or setting value in accordance with the CPU module operation status (RUN, STOP or STOP (by stop error)). Operation When the CPU module operation status becomes "RUN", "STOP" or "STOP (by stop error)", the FX5-4DA-ADP becomes the analog output status shown in the table below in accordance with the combination of "HOLD/CLEAR setting"...
  • Page 105: Analog Output Test When Cpu Module Is In Stop Status Function

    Analog Output Test when CPU Module is in STOP Status Function Analog output tests can be carried out when the CPU module is in the STOP status. The following functions are enabled during the analog output test. • Scaling function (Page 104 Scaling Function) •...
  • Page 106: Scaling Function

    Scaling Function This function performs the scale conversion on digital values within a specified range between a scaling upper limit value and a scaling lower limit value. The program for scale conversion can be omitted. Operation This function performs the scale conversion on digital values. The values are converted within a specified range between a scaling upper limit value and scaling lower limit value.
  • Page 107 Setting example When 5000 is set to the scaling upper limit value and 1000 is set to the scaling lower limit value for the channel with the output range of 0 to 5 V Analog output voltage (V) Scaling upper limit value Digital value : 5000 Digital operation value (After scaling)
  • Page 108: Shift Function

    Shift Function This function adds (shifts) the set input value shift amount to the digital value, and stores the result to the "digital operation value". The change in the input value shift amount is reflected in the digital operation value on real-time basis. Therefore, fine adjustment can be easily performed when the system starts.
  • Page 109: Warning Output Function

    Warning Output Function When the digital operation value to which the shift amount is added is above the warning output upper limit value or below the warning output lower limit value, warning is output. Digital value Digital value Digital operation value Digital operation value Excluded 8000...
  • Page 110: External Power Supply Disconnection Detection Function

    Set the warning output upper limit value and warning output lower limit value while satisfying the condition "Warning output upper limit value>Warning output lower limit value". Corresponding devices The devices which are used by the alarm output function are listed below. Name Reference Warning output upper limit value flag...
  • Page 111 When the "disconnection recovery detection enable/disable setting" is set to "disable", the "disconnection detection flag" remains ON even if the channel is recovered from disconnection. It is necessary to set the "error clear request" (SM50) of the CPU module to ON to turn OFF the "disconnection detection flag". The "disconnection detection flag"...
  • Page 112: Offset/gain Setting Function

    Offset/gain Setting Function This function sets any analog value to the offset/gain value without regard to the setting prepared in advance as the analog output range. The offset setting value and gain setting value are saved in the built-in memory of the FX5-4DA-ADP. For changing the offset/gain data, set an analog value to the "offset setting value"...
  • Page 113 Select the target module for the offset/gain setting, and click [OK] button. Click the [Yes] button. Specify the channel to configure the offset/gain setting and the user range setting. 3 FX5-4DA-ADP 3.3 Functions...
  • Page 114 Use the radio button to specify whether to perform the offset setting or gain setting. (Step 6 and later describe the case when the offset setting is specified.) The adjustment value of the offset value or gain value can be selected from "1", "100", "500", "1000", "2000", and "3000"...
  • Page 115 Clicking the [+(+)] or [-(-)] button fine-tunes the analog output voltage or analog output current value corresponding the set adjustment value. Check that the offset setting status in the selected channel has changed to "Changed". To perform the gain setting, repeat the procedure from step 5.
  • Page 116 Operation ■Offset/gain writing For changing the offset/gain data, set "E210H" to the "offset/gain writing enable code" and set the "offset/gain writing" from OFF to ON to write the "output range setting", "offset setting value" and "gain setting value" to the built-in memory of the FX5- 4DA-ADP.
  • Page 117: Offset/gain Initialization Function

    Offset/gain Initialization Function This function initializes the offset value and gain value saved in the built-in memory of the FX5-4DA-ADP. Setting procedure Set "E210H" to the "offset/gain writing enable code". Setting value Description Default value Other than E210H Offset/gain writing disable E210H Offset/gain writing enable Set the "offset/gain initialization"...
  • Page 118: Common Function

    Common Function Changing the setting value while the CPU module is operating This paragraph shows the procedure to adopt values (of special relays and special registers) other than the values set by the parameters of GX Works3. Disable D/A conversion. Set "D/A conversion enable/disable setting"...
  • Page 119: Procedure To Execute The Fx5-4da-adp

    Procedure to Execute the FX5-4DA-ADP The procedure to execute the built-in analog function is described below. Confirm the specifications of the FX5-4DA-ADP. Confirm the specifications of the FX5-4DA-ADP. (Page 94 Specifications) Attach the FX5-4DA-ADP. Refer to the following manuals for attachment to the CPU module: MELSEC iQ-F FX5U User's Manual (Hardware) MELSEC iQ-F FX5UC User's Manual (Hardware) Connect the FX5-4DA-ADP to the external device.
  • Page 120: Terminal Layout

    ■When wire ferrules with insulation sleeves are used Depending on the thickness of a wiring sheath used, it may be difficult to insert the sheath into an insulation sleeve. Refer to the external dimensions as a reference to select wires. External dimension of wire ferrules with insulation sleeves Contact area Insulating sleeve...
  • Page 121: Power Supply Wiring

    Power supply wiring The following figures show wiring of the power supply. To connect to the FX5U CPU module [When an external power supply is used] [When a service power supply is used] FX5U FX5-4DA-ADP FX5-4DA-ADP FX5U CPU module CPU module Fuse Grounding Grounding...
  • Page 122: Analog Output Wiring

    Analog output wiring The following figures show wiring of the analog output. Using voltage output FX5-4DA-ADP Terminal block Shielded □ □ □ Using current output □ □ □ External power supply wiring 24 V DC Filter Grounding (Ground resistance: 100 Ω or less) □...
  • Page 123: Parameter Setting

    Parameter Setting Set the parameters of each channel. Setting parameters here eliminates the need to program them. Parameters are enabled when the CPU module is powered ON or after a reset. In addition, operations different from the parameter settings are possible by transferring values to special relays and special registers while changing these values in the program.
  • Page 124: Application Settings

    Application settings Setting procedure Open "Application Settings" of the GX Works3. Start Module parameter. Navigation window  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  "Application Settings" Window Displayed items Item Description Setting range Default Warning Output Setting Set whether to "enable"...
  • Page 125: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This section describes errors that may occur in the use of the FX5-4DA-ADP and those troubleshooting. Troubleshooting with the LEDs Check the state of the LED to narrow down the possible causes of the trouble. This step is the first diagnostics. A state of the FX5-4DA-ADP can be checked with the PWR LED.
  • Page 126: Troubleshooting By Symptom

    Troubleshooting by Symptom When the PWR LED does not turn ON Check item Action Whether the power is supplied Check whether the voltage supplied to the FX5-4DA-ADP is within the rated range. Whether the FX5-4DA-ADP is attached normally to the CPU module Check the FX5-4DA-ADP attached status.
  • Page 127: List Of Error Code

    When the analog output value is not held Check item Action Whether the CPU module operation status is "STOP" or "STOP (by stop Check the CPU module operation status. error)" The analog output HOLD/CLEAR function is enabled when the CPU module is in the "STOP"...
  • Page 128: List Of Alarm Code

    Hardware error of analog ADP was detected. After resetting the CPU unit, carry out RUN. If the same error is displayed again, there is a possibility of hardware error of the analog ADP. Consult the nearest Mitsubishi Electric representative. 3081H Analog ADP Power failure The power is not supplied normally.
  • Page 129: List Of Special Relays

    3.10 List of Special Relays The special relays are shown below. 1st analog expansion adapter The special relays list for the 1st FX5-4DA-ADP module is shown below. Special relays Name Reference SM6300 SM6340 SM6380 SM6420 D/A conversion enable/disable setting Page 129 SM6301 SM6341 SM6381...
  • Page 130: Special Relays

    3rd analog expansion adapter The special relays list for the 3rd FX5-4DA-ADP module is shown below. Special relays Name Reference SM7020 SM7060 SM7100 SM7140 D/A conversion enable/disable setting Page 129 SM7021 SM7061 SM7101 SM7141 D/A output enable/disable setting Page 129 SM7028 SM7068 SM7108...
  • Page 131: Detail Of Special Relays

    3.11 Detail of Special Relays This section explains the details of special relays. R: Read only, R/W: Read/Write D/A conversion enable/disable setting Set whether to enable or disable D/A conversion. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF D/A conversion enable 1: ON 1: ON D/A conversion disable...
  • Page 132: Scaling Enable/disable Setting

    Scaling enable/disable setting Set whether to enable or disable the scaling function. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF Scaling function enable 1: ON 1: ON Scaling function disable For details scaling function, refer to the following. Page 104 Scaling Function Name Connection part Special relay...
  • Page 133: Warning Output Setting

    Warning output setting Set whether to enable or disable the warning output. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF Warning output enable 1: ON 1: ON Warning output disable For details warning output function, refer to the following. Page 107 Warning Output Function Name Connection part Special relay...
  • Page 134: Disconnection Recovery Detection Enable/disable Setting

    Disconnection recovery detection enable/disable setting Set whether to enable or disable the disconnection detection recovery. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF Disconnection recovery detection enable 1: ON 1: ON Disconnection recovery detection disable For details disconnection detection function, refer to the following. Page 108 Disconnection Detection Function Name Connection part...
  • Page 135: Offset/gain Initialization

    Offset/gain initialization An offset/gain setting value is initialized. Setting value Setting description Default value 0: OFF Offset/gain initialization is not performed. 0: OFF 1: ON Offset/gain initialization is performed. For details offset/gain initialization, refer to the following. Page 115 Offset/gain Initialization Function Name Connection part Special relay...
  • Page 136: D/a Conversion Error Flag

    D/A conversion error flag "D/A conversion error flag" turns on when an error occurs. Monitor value Display description Default value 0: OFF Normal 0: OFF 1: ON D/A conversion error occur To turn OFF the "D/A conversion error flag" and clear the "D/A conversion latest error code", set the "error clear request" (SM50) of the CPU module from OFF to ON.
  • Page 137: List Of Special Registers

    3.12 List of Special Registers The special registers are shown below. 1st analog expansion adapter The special registers list for the 1st FX5-4DA-ADP module is shown below. Special registers Name Reference SD6300 SD6340 SD6380 SD6420 Digital value Page 137 SD6301 SD6341 SD6381 SD6421...
  • Page 138 3rd analog expansion adapter The special registers list for the 3rd FX5-4DA-ADP module is shown below. Special registers Name Reference SD7020 SD7060 SD7100 SD7140 Digital value Page 137 SD7021 SD7061 SD7101 SD7141 Digital operation value Page 137 SD7022 SD7062 SD7102 SD7142 Analog output value monitor Page 138...
  • Page 139: Detail Of Special Registers

    3.13 Detail of Special Registers This section explains the details of special registers. R: Read only, R/W: Read/Write Digital value Set the digital value for D/A conversion. Output range setting Digital value setting range When the scaling function is enabled Default value Voltage 0 to 10 V...
  • Page 140: Analog Output Value Monitor

    Analog output value monitor The D/A-converted analog value is stored. Monitor value Default value -10240 to +20479 • The unit is "1 V = 1000 mV" for voltage input, and "1 mA = 1000 A" for current input. • The upper limit value or lower limit value is stored when the analog value is outside the output range. Name Connection part Special relay...
  • Page 141: Output Range Setting

    Output range setting Set the output range. Setting value Description Default value 0 to 10 V 0 to 5 V 1 to 5 V -10 to +10 V 0 to 20 mA 4 to 20 mA The range setting range error (Error code: 1B8H) occurs when any value other than the above values is set. Name Connection part Special relay...
  • Page 142: Input Value Shift Amount

    Input value shift amount Set the "input value shift amount" used in the shift function. The value set here is added to the "digital value". Range Default value -32768 to +32767 For details shift function, refer to the following. Page 106 Shift Function Name Connection part Special register...
  • Page 143: Offset Setting Value

    Offset setting value Set the offset data used in the offset/gain setting function. Range Default value Voltage: -10000 to +9000 Current: 0 to +17000 For details offset/gain setting, refer to the following. Page 110 Offset/gain Setting Function Name Connection part Special register Offset setting value 1st adapter...
  • Page 144: D/a Conversion Latest Alarm Code

    D/A conversion latest alarm code The latest alarm code detected in the FX5-4DA-ADP is stored. Monitor value Default value  For details alarm code, refer to the following. Page 126 List of Alarm Code Name Connection part Special register D/A conversion latest alarm code 1st adapter SD6338 SD6378...
  • Page 145: Chapter 4 Fx5u Cpu Module Built-in Analog

    FX5U CPU MODULE BUILT-IN ANALOG This chapter describes the built into analog the FX5U CPU module. Specifications This section describes the specifications. Generic specifications For the general specification, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-F FX5U User's Manual (Hardware) Performance specifications Analog input/output specification is shown below.
  • Page 146: List Of Functions

    List of functions The following table lists the functions. Analog input List of Functions Description Reference A/D conversion enable/disable setting function Function to enable or disable A/D conversion per channel. Page 146 The conversion process time can be reduced by disabling conversion for unused channels. A/D conversion Sampling processing Method of converting each analog input at END processing to generate the equivalent...
  • Page 147: Processing Of Each Function

    Processing of each function The functions are processed in the order shown below. Function to enable/disable A/D conversion A/D conversion device Over scale detection function Average processing function Digital clipping function Digital output value Scaling function Shift function Digital operation value Maximum value/minimum Warning output function value hold function...
  • Page 148: A/d Conversion Enable/disable Setting Function

    A/D Conversion Enable/Disable Setting Function This function controls whether to enable or disable the A/D conversion for each channel. The conversion process time can be reduced by disabling conversion for unused channels. Corresponding devices The devices in which the function to enable/disable A/D conversion can be used are listed below. Name A/D conversion enable/disable setting SM6021...
  • Page 149 Setting methods The procedure to change the A/D conversion method is described below. Disable A/D conversion. Specify the averaging process setting. Use the averaging process setting for each channel to change the A/D conversion method. Name Allowable setting range Default value Averaging process setting 0: Sampling processing 0: Sampling processing...
  • Page 150: Over Scale Detection Function

    The following figure shows the moving average processing of when the set number of times is five. Digital output value Scan time 4000 (8) (9) (12) (10)(11) 2000 1st storage (a) 2nd storage (b) 3rd storage (c) Time [ms] CH1 Digital output value CH1 A/D conversion completed flag...
  • Page 151: Scaling Function

    ■Clearing the over-scale After the analog input value returns to 10.2 V, cycle the alarm clear flag through OFF  ON  OFF. Clearing the over-limit will result in the following status. • The over-limit detection flag is cleared. • The alarm code stored for the latest alarm code is cleared. Scaling Function Function that converts user-defined maximum and minimum digital values in accordance with a configured scale.
  • Page 152: Shift Function

    ■Calculation method of the scaling value The value used is calculated from the following expression. (Values after the decimal point are rounded.) Digital output value  (scaling upper limit value - scaling lower limit value) Value after scaling = + Scaling lower limit value 4000 •...
  • Page 153: Digital Clipping Function

    Digital Clipping Function Function that specifies the maximum A/D conversion value as 4000 and the minimum value as 0 when voltage is input that exceeds the input range. Corresponding devices The devices in which the digital clipping function can be used are listed below. Name Digital clipping enable/disable setting SM6029...
  • Page 154: Maximum Value/minimum Value Hold Function

    Maximum Value/Minimum Value Hold Function Function that holds the minimum and maximum digital operation values. Corresponding devices The devices which are used by the function to hold minimum and maximum values are listed below. Name Maximum value/minimum value reset completed flag SM6025 SM6065 Maximum value reset request...
  • Page 155 Setting methods The procedure to use the warning output function is described below. Disable the warning output setting (process alarm). Name Allowable setting range Default value Warning output setting (process alarm) 0: Enabled 1: Disabled 1: Disabled Set the upper limit and lower limit values for the process alarm. Four levels of values from the process alarm upper upper limit value to the process alarm lower lower limit value can be set for each channel using the warning output function (process alarm).
  • Page 156: Functions (analog Output)

    Functions (Analog output) This section describes the functions of the built into analog the FX5U CPU module and the setting procedures for those functions. Processing of each function The functions are processed in the order shown below. Digital value D/A conversion enable/disable function Shift function Warning output function...
  • Page 157: D/a Conversion Enable/disable Function

    D/A Conversion Enable/Disable Function Function to enable or disable D/A conversion per channel. When analog output is not used, the conversion process time can be reduced by disabling conversion. Corresponding devices The devices which are used by the function to enable/disable D/A conversion are listed below. Name D/A conversion enable/disable setting SM6180...
  • Page 158: Analog Output Hold/clear Function

    Analog Output HOLD/CLEAR Function Sets the digital value of D/A conversion to the clears the value (0), previous value (hold) or setting value depending on the operation status of the CPU module (RUN, STOP, and STOP error). Corresponding devices The devices which are used by the analog output HOLD/CLEAR function are listed below. Name D/A conversion enable/disable setting SM6180...
  • Page 159: Analog Output Test When Cpu Module Is In Stop Status Function

    Analog Output Test when CPU Module is in STOP Status Function Outputs a user-defined analog value by setting the output enable/disable flag to enabled and changing the digital value, when the CPU module is stopped. Corresponding devices The devices that are used by analog test function when the CPU module is stopped are listed below. Name D/A conversion enable/disable setting SM6180...
  • Page 160: Scaling Function

    Scaling Function Function that converts user-defined maximum and minimum digital values in accordance with a configured scale. Corresponding devices The devices which are used by the scaling function are listed below. Name Scaling enable/disable setting SM6188 Scaling upper limit value SD6188 Scaling lower limit value SD6189...
  • Page 161: Shift Function

    Shift Function Function that adds the set input value shift amount to the digital value. Changes to the input value shift amount will be reflected in the digital operation value in real time, which enables fine adjustments to be easily made during system startup. Corresponding devices The devices which are used by the shift function are listed below.
  • Page 162: Procedure To Execute The Built-in Analog Function

    Set the warning output upper limit value and warning output lower limit value. Warning output upper limit value and warning output lower limit value can be set for each channel using the warning output function. Name Allowable setting range Default value Warning output upper limit value -32768 to +32767 (upper limit value >...
  • Page 163: Wiring

    Wiring This section describes the wiring. European-type terminal block Wire the European-type terminal block in accordance with the following specifications. Suitable wiring Number of wires connected per Wire size Tightening torque terminal Solid wire, Stranded wire Wire ferrule with insulation sleeve One wire 0.2 to 0.5 mm...
  • Page 164: Terminal Layout

    ■Tool For tightening terminals, use a small, commercially-available screwdriver with a straight tip. The recommended shape is shown in the figure on the right. ■Precautions With straight tip When a precision screwdriver with a small grip is used, the specified tightening torque cannot be obtained. Use the following screwdriver or equivalent product (grip diameter: 25 mm) to obtain the tightening torque specified above.
  • Page 165: Grounding

    Grounding Perform the following. • Perform class D grounding (Grounding resistance: 100  or less). • Ground the PLC independently when possible. If the PLC cannot be grounded independently, perform the "Common grounding" shown below. For the details, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-F FX5U User's Manual (Hardware) Other Other...
  • Page 166: Parameter Setting

    Parameter Setting Set the parameters of each channel. Setting parameters here eliminates the need to program them. Parameters are enabled when the CPU module is powered ON or after a reset. In addition, operations different from the parameter settings are possible by transferring values to special relays and special registers while changing these values in the program.
  • Page 167: Application Setting (analog Input)

    Application setting (Analog input) Setting procedure Open "Application Settings" of the GX Works3. Start Module parameter. Navigation window  [Parameter]  [FX5UCPU]  [Module Parameter]  [Analog Input]  "Application settings" Window Displayed items Item Description Setting range Default Process Alarm Warning Setting Set whether to "enable"...
  • Page 168: Basic Settings (analog Output)

    Basic settings (Analog output) Setting procedure Open "Basic settings" of the GX Works3. Start Module parameter. Navigation window  [Parameter]  [FX5UCPU]  [Module Parameter]  [Analog Output]  "Basic Settings" Window Displayed items Item Description Setting range Default D/A Conversion Enable/Disable Set whether to "enable"...
  • Page 169: Application Setting (analog Output)

    Application setting (Analog output) Setting procedure Open "Application settings" of the GX Works3. Start Module parameter. Navigation window  [Parameter]  [FX5UCPU]  [Module Parameter]  [Analog Output]  "Application settings" Window Displayed items Item Description Setting range Default Warning Output Setting Set whether to "enable"...
  • Page 170: List Of Error Code

    List of Error Code The following table shows the error codes stored. Analog input : This symbol indicates the number of the channel where a error has occurred. (1: CH1 to 2: CH2) Error code Error name Description and cause Action ...
  • Page 171: List Of Alarm Code

    List of Alarm Code The following table shows the list of the alarm codes stored. Analog input : This symbol indicates the number of the channel where an alarm has occurred. (1: CH1 to 2: CH2) Alarm code Alarm name Description and cause Action 080H...
  • Page 172: List Of Special Relays

    4.10 List of Special Relays This section describes the special relays used for analog input and output. Special relays for analog input Special relays Description SM6020 SM6060 A/D conversion completed flag SM6021 SM6061 A/D conversion enable/disable setting SM6022 SM6062 Scaling over detection flag SM6024 SM6064 Over scale detection enable/disable setting...
  • Page 173: List Of Special Registers

    4.11 List of Special Registers This section describes the special registers used for analog input and output. Special registers for analog input Special registers Description SD6020 SD6060 Digital output value SD6021 SD6061 Digital operation value SD6022 SD6062 Analog input voltage monitor SD6023 SD6063 Average processing specify...
  • Page 174: Index

    INDEX . . 26,146 ..36,107,152,159 A/D conversion enable/disable setting function Warning output function ....26,146 A/D conversion method .
  • Page 175 MEMO...
  • Page 176: Revisions

    First Edition 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 177: Warranty

    WARRANTY Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty 2. Onerous repair term after discontinuation of production Range If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to Mitsubishi shall accept onerous product repairs for be the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of seven (7) years after production of the product is the product within the gratis warranty term, the...
  • Page 178: Trademarks

    TRADEMARKS   Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.  MODBUS is a registered trademark of Schneider Electric SA. Phillips is a registered trademark of Phillips Screw Company.
  • Page 180 Manual number: JY997D60501A Model: FX5-U-ANALOG-E Model code: 09R557 When exported from Japan, this manual does not require application to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry for service transaction permission. HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN HIMEJI WORKS: 840, CHIYODA MACHI, HIMEJI, JAPAN Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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